Cotton Carrier Hand Strap without Hard Anodized Hub/Screw

Cotton Carrier Hand Strap without Hard Anodized Hub/Screw

Cotton Carrier Hand Strap without Hard Anodized Hub/Screw

B&H # CO800CHG MFR # 800 CHG - 2270

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Product Highlights

  • Compatible Only with Cotton Carrier
  • Fits All SLR Cameras
  • Neoprene and Nylon
  • Adjusts to Fit Hands of all Sizes
  • Lifetime Warranty
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Cotton Carrier 800 CHG - 2270 overview

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The Cotton Carrier Hand Strap is a neoprene and nylon strap made only for people who already have a Cotton Carrier system. It is designed to fit any SLR camera body, full-bodied pro camera, camera with battery grip, or regular size camera. It can also work with tripod-plate bracketed cameras. A touch fastener locking strap quickly and securely adjusts to fit hands of all sizes. A large neoprene pad hugs the hand providing a rock solid grip on the camera. It includes neoprene pad and rubber gasket base plate.

It comes with a lengthened rubber washer that will replace the hub's round washer, providing the necessary slot for bottom of the camera connection.

Note: Does not include a hard anodized hub/screw.

Rugged neoprene and nylon construction for dependability
Designed to work with all cameras; full-bodied pro cameras, cameras with battery grips, or regular sized
Can be configured with or without the rubber gasket to fit any camera such as Canon, Nikon, Sony, Minolta, etc
Touch fastener locking strap quickly and securely adjusts to fit hands of all sizes
Large neoprene pad hugs the hand providing a rock solid grip on the SLR
Includes neoprene pad and rubber gasket base plate
Compatible only with a Cotton Carrier System
UPC: 627843072263
In the Box
Cotton Carrier Hand Strap without Hard Anodized Hub/Screw
  • Neoprene Pad
  • Rubber Gasket Base Plate
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
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    Cotton Carrier 800 CHG - 2270 specs

    Material Neoprene and nylon
    Attachment Method End of the camera eyelet
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.15 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 6.0 x 4.0 x 0.6"

    Cotton Carrier 800 CHG - 2270 reviews

    Hand Strap without Hard Anodized Hub/Screw is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 27.
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from This strap doesn't work on Nikon D7000 I have the CCS 100 System and it works fine. I also bought the RC2 Adapter for my Manfrotto tripod. It works fine on the tripod. However, the way the rubber pad has to be seated on my Nikon D7000 is a problem and makes the Hand Strap unusable for me. The problem is that the rubber pad has to be orientated to the side opposite where you would affix the Hand Strap (i.e. the grip side). To do otherwise causes the rubber pad with the hole for the Hand Strap to significantly cover the battery compartment. Even though the rubber is somewhat flexible, it is not possible move it enough when batteries have to be replaced. Bottom line -- it doesn't work.
    Date published: 2011-03-03
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works like it should When used with the cotton carrier system it works really well when you are using the camera in the horizontal position. Can get in the way when you want to rotate the camera body to the vertical position though. I'm using one with a Pentax K10 and Pentax K7, on both of them it does tend to interfere slightly with the sd card door. It does help to get a hold of the camera when ready to un-hook the camera from the carrier, it feels like it's a quick draw type of set up. Had students at school who saw me wearing a hip holster and then the hand carrier and they thought of me as a camera-slinger ready at any photo opportunity.
    Date published: 2011-02-19
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Hand Strap Came for Free w/CC I reviewed the Cotton Carrier and gave it 1 star. The rubber puck with the screw that attaches to the camera's tripod socket will work itself loose and come out without warning. My camera fell right out of the holster, leaving the puck in the holster. I purchased the items within a half hour of B&H closing for a holiday. I was in a rush, the computer system was experiencing a glitch, and when the product came up, it was open and I later discovered incomplete. Whatever is needed to attach the handstrap to the camera bottom was not in the package. In spite of that, I've always used the Canon E-1 Handstrap and can see it is superior to the CC strap.
    Date published: 2011-10-26
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from I Hate It! It Wrecked My D7000 This blasted hand grip caused my 1 month old Nikon D7000 to fall off my tripod. That fall broke my 18-105mm Nikkor right off the body, damaging both lens & body! Since 1962, this is the only camera that I've EVER dropped. I love my D7000, now my heart is broken. I had it installed around my D7000 w/ MB-D11 Battery Pack, using the Quick Release Plate from my Manfrotto 055XPROB Tripod to attach it at the bottom. I was shooting with the whole thing on my tripod, when the 1/4-20 screw of the Manfrotto popped out of the MB-D11, and the camera fell over 3 feet onto a stone patio. On a tripod, that 14-20 screw is the only thing holding the camera to the tripod. The rubber pad at the bottom of the Cotton Carrier Hand Strap is too thick and too springy. I guess it caused the 1/4-20 screw of the Manfrotto Quick Release Plate to work itself out of the MB-D11 Battery Pack. Then there was NOTHING holding the camera to the tripod. Since it naturally fell forward, and I being behind the tripod, I couldn't even catch it because the tripod was between us. My camera is a wreck! I'll be taking it to the Nikon El Segundo repair facility tomorrow (Monday). This is going to cost me a small fortune to repair! I'm just sick! My CAMERA! The sound of it hitting the stone was terrible!
    Date published: 2011-06-05
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Does Not Work Out of the Box Although it is not clear in the product description, the manufacturer clearly assumes that you already own a complete Cotton Carrier System. In order to attach this hand strap to the bottom of the camera it requires a hub which is not included.... But, buyer beware. Until the manufacturer updates the product to include a hub, you will need something to attach it to the bottom of your camera.
    Date published: 2010-08-17
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Good idea but... The hand strap came free with the purchase of my Cotton Carrier system. The strap afforded a sense of security when carrying my Nikon D300s without a neck strap but made shooting quite challenging. When the strap was adjusted for optimum carrying comfort the controls were nearly impossible for me to reach. Loosen the strap to reach the controls and you loose the sense of security. Good idea but I was unable to get comfortable with this product. At least it was free!
    Date published: 2011-07-14
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to Fit and Adjust Most grips are to constraining if you tighten them down tight enough to work well for carrying. I like this grip because it fastens with velcro which makes it easy to synch down tight or lossen when you need more hand movement. I do not recommend using it with the rubber pad that it comes with. I attach mine to my Kirk L-bracket which has a slot for the strap to thread through. I got this with my Cotton Carrier and I'm buying another one for a second camera.
    Date published: 2012-11-29
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Hand Strap The hand strap is very useful for those needing to keep the camera a little more secure, but I find it cumbersome to use then I need to recompose my shot from horizontal to vertical. I need to remove my hand from the strap to use the vertical release button. This takes time and I could miss the shot by the time I remove my hand and reset the camera. I shoot the Nikon D2H series camera.
    Date published: 2011-07-15
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