OP/TECH USA Grip Strap (Black)

OP/TECH USA Grip Strap (Black)

OP/TECH USA Grip Strap (Black)

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OP/TECH USA Grip Strap (Black)

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Product Highlights

  • Holds DSLR with Lens
  • Comfortable Width
  • Adjusts to Most Hand/Wrist Sizes
  • Tripod Socket Plate with Rubber Pad
  • Neoprene and Nylon Webbing Construction
  • Uses Uni-Loop QD System
  • Made in the USA
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Comfortably carry your DSLR and attached lens with the made in the USA, black Grip Strap from OP/TECH USA. The wide neoprene pad adjusts to most hands and wrists. Photographers will appreciate the tripod base plate, and Uni-Loop QD system. The base plate has a rubber pad to help protect the camera from scratches.

Material
Neoprene strap secures around the back of the hand as well as around the wrist
Metal base plate has a rubber pad and a case screw
Attaches to the tripod socket
Uses Uni-loop QD system
UPC: 711554672420
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OP/TECH USA Grip Strap (Black)
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Lug Connector Loop
    Quick Release No
    Material Neoprene
    Packaging Infosubvewsbxazwwzcczzvafyx
    Package Weight 0.2 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 8.0 x 5.0 x 0.2"
    Grip Strap (Black) is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 34.
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Nice... but sending mines back This is a nice item, however I will be sending mines back. It attaches fairly well to the camera and with it on, its certainly easier for me to hit the AE/AF lock button near the eyepiece on my Nikon D80. However, while I do find that it holds the camera to my hand batter, I dont find that it necessarily improves my stability while handholding any more than simply using good technique. The screw that mounts the bottom plate to the tripod mount on the camera should have been one of those dual-mount screws with threads on the back of it so that it could then be mounted onto a tripod without having to take that bottom plate off. Not necessarily what I would call quick release.
    Date published: 2008-07-11
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from fits my hand Was super excited to get it outta the box and on my slr, didn't take time to read setup instructions but it was an easy setup anyways. It seems to be. made for larger hands or hands with gloves on. I don't have a small hand, but it barely fits my hand at the smallest setting.
    Date published: 2012-04-29
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Grip Strap by Op/Tech USA First of all, I do not use a neck strap for my camera. I have an Op/Tech grip strap for my Canon EOS 20D that has been wonderful. It is useful, in that, my camera is always at the ready and keeps the camera safe from dropping. I often hold the camera over the side of the ship's railing while on cruises, knowing that the camera is secured to my wrist. Also, since the grip strap attaches to my wrist, I literaly do not have to hang onto it and can rest and flex my fingers while carrying it around. My complaint with the new grip strap that I purchased for my EOS T2i is that it has a quick release which is bulky under the fold of the strap. I prefer the strap only model which is more comfortable.
    Date published: 2010-12-21
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from It's Like the Camera Is Part of My Hand Tired of wrapping the camera strap around my wrist to get a secure grip, I went looking for a camcorder-style hand strap. Since putting this strap on my 350D, I've only undone the bottom plate (easily done) to change the camera batteries. Even without doing up the snaps it's easy and comfortable to hold my camera; Even with a 70-200 f/2.8 attached (lens alone weighs about 3 lbs) I can hold it all day in comfort. With the snaps done up I don't even have to grip the camera. I've since removed the neck strap entirely. The only problem I've found is that the bottom plate blocks (attaches to) the tripod mount. Although it only takes a second to undo the bottom plate (and leave the strap attached at the other end) it prevents me from leaving my tripod mounting plate on the camera. If the strap mounting screw had another threaded opening in the bottom, this product would be perfect. I've bought two of these straps (one for a friend) and I'm in the middle of buying another for my latest camera acquisition. IN CONCLUSION: Unless you use a tripod a lot, get one.
    Date published: 2009-03-31
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Secure your big DSLR to your hand Have Olympus DSLRs with battery pack and wrist grip strap. Hand can slip out of grip when jumping or during violent movement. This strap secures around your wrist with snaps and wont let go.Attaches to camera with tripod mount screw on bottom and uses common shoulder strap attachment on top. The adjustable strap between them is encased in the foam material by snaps and goes around the back of your hand. This can be adjusted to loosely grip camera or pull it tight into your palm, either way its still securely fastened around your wrist by the snap cuff.Works great with larger cameras with or without optional battery packs. I'm using it on my DSLR's but I actually bought it for my new Lumix DMC-LX3. First fast (2.0) wide angle point and shoot I could afford. Bought on specs alone - never held one. My hands - fingers are too big to securely hold it. With a 3 LCD theres no room for fingers on the back. Cannot hold it one handed.Got eGrip tape for few surfaces I could grip it with my finger tips, bought a 3 rubber grip screwing in the tripod mount but that means 2 hands, finally I tried this. Yes the OP-Tech grip securely attaches to my wrist. Yes the straps and tripod screw securely hold the camera but it flops around. When I tighten the straps to pull the camera into the cup of my hand I no longer can reach the shutter button. It's too close. This won't work on too small of a camera but you'll never slip or drop your camera whatever the size. Suggestion to Op-Tech is to add a second longer metal tripod attachment bar for those with bigger cameras.
    Date published: 2009-01-12
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Too big for a small wrist Unfortunately I had to return this item as it did not fit my wrist. Fabric was very soft and the design seemed good. Probably better suited for a mens wrist.
    Date published: 2015-08-17
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent product I recently purchased the OP/TECH grip strap after using another brand of hand grip/strap. I use the OP/TECH with the Uni-Loop system connectors and it allows me to switch between a regular neck strap, a sling strap, and/or the grip strap. I own two DSLR's but only ever carry one of them at any one time. The OP/TECH system gives me complete interchangeability between camera bodies and straps. The grip strap is comfortable and I am able to hold my gripped 40D and 1DMK2 safely and securely for an extended period of time. It is secure enough that I can just let go of the camera and walk around with the rig dangling from my wrist until I decide to start shooting again. I do this with a Sigma 150-500 attached to the camera body so you know the product has to be durable. There are many grip straps available. There is only one worth owning, and this is it.
    Date published: 2014-03-08
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Don't waste your money I would give this strap no stars if that was possible. The photo is the only indication of how one uses this thing, which is not self-evident until you use it regularly. My Nikon D300 plus Nikkor 80-400mm lens, or even D300 plus the 18-200 Nikkor lens, are just too heavy for this strap. The strap does not improve my ability to hold my camera steady. At best, it helps keep that part of my hand warm.
    Date published: 2009-09-29
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