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B-Grip EVO Camera Belt Grip

B-Grip EVO Camera Belt Grip
Key Features
  • Belt-Mounted Quick Release System
  • No Swinging or Jostling as You Move
  • Most Belts & Straps Can Thread the Mount
  • Includes Belt & Quick Release Plate
The B-Grip EVO Camera Belt Grip is an innovative mount for fastening a DSLR or small video camera to your person. Now you can transport your camera hands-free as you walk or run, without the swinging and jostling that camera straps permit. This is the successor to the original B-Grip; the EVO version features advanced materials, improved safety features, and extra slots for attaching additional straps.
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B-Grip EVO Overview

The B-Grip EVO Camera Belt Grip is an innovative mount for fastening a DSLR or small video camera to your person. Now you can transport your camera hands-free as you walk or run, without the swinging and jostling that camera straps permit. This is the successor to the original B-Grip; the EVO version features advanced materials, improved safety features, and extra slots for attaching additional straps.

The B-Grip EVO has slots that accept a belt (the included belt or most other belts) or a strap. Simply thread the belt or strap through the B-Grip mount, attach the quick release plate to your DSLR camera or compact camcorder, and easily connect the plate to the mount. You're suddenly able to keep both hands free as you move with your camera attached fast to your hip, ready for shooting with a flip of the quick release lever.

Add any accessories you want to the camera – batteries, a flash, a long lens – the B-Grip EVO is designed to support up to 17.6 lb safely.

B-Grip EVO's extra belt/strap loops accommodate an additional strap (not included) for added stability. With a second strap, fasten the low-hanging part the B-Grip's base to your leg for a "Han Solo look" that will engender a corresponding measure of rakish confidence in the security of your gear
Thumbscrew on the baseplate encircled by a removable rubber stopper to prevent your camera coming loose after heavy movement and/or strenuous activity
The B-Grip EVO's WDS (Weight Discharge System) is now further reinforced with a fiberglass loaded techno-polymer that keeps the weight light and lends an ultra-solid feel of support
Easy-to-use safety thumb lock that prevents an accidental release of the baseplate
Quick release plate fits most standard DIN 4503-2 tripod heads
The quick release plate's flip-out piece creates a larger support base, for stability when you set down the camera
Mount a camera on the B-Grip EVO with the sensor facing upward, and you can easily change lenses in the field using two hands – without squatting or fumbling
B-Grip EVO mount is flat-bottomed, so in a pinch you can use it as a tabletop camera mount
Mount accepts other straps besides the included belt; use a backpack's chest strap, for instance
Front lip of the mount forms a ring, so you can hang the camera and mount from a wall hook or carry the assembly by the lip
Manufactured in Europe to exacting standards, B-Grip EVO is constructed from high-quality materials and will provide years of reliable service. B-Grip stands behind the product with a limited lifetime warranty

B-Grip EVO Specs

Load Capacity17.6 lb / 8 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.8 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)10.2 x 4.1 x 2.3"

B-Grip EVO Reviews

Makes me a one man band - Mounted my Zoom H6 recorder

By Brice
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-01-01

I mounted my Zoom H6 recorder on this using a little right angle adapter, and it lets me be a one-man shooter. Holds up securely, and it is very well made. Here is a picture of it in action with the Zoom H6 mounted on it while filming elves and bad guys outside.

Actually surprised how much I like it

By Peter
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2018-01-01

A few years ago I started to use one of the camera straps that hang the camera by your side. I love that strap! But with a big chunk of glass even these start to be tiring after a day with the camera by my side. So I saw this on sale and decided to test it. I was amazed how much I like it. It might just become my default carrying method. I'm a little anxious about not having the camera tethered to me, once it's released, but I'll have to use it more to give it my final blessing. Perhaps the thing I like most is the ability to invert the camera and change lens, when you don't have a work surface. It took just a couple of minutes the get it adjusted and the belt secured and tidy, but once it's properly adjusted it's very comfortable.� (note for body size, I'm not big, with a 30 inch waist, so there's enough extra belt to fit a second person with me inside the belt. It's plenty big)

Sturdy and hefty

By P.B.....
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2018-01-01

Used to go bike birding, not enough hands to handle �bike, binoculars and camera... very snug and heavy duty thickness on the belt, buckle feels secure and tight. it keeps camera close to the hip while riding the bike or hiking ,eliminate the wiggling. Good Italian design, andiamo....


By James for Mathew
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2017-12-31

holds camera snuggly and safely

Awesome to hold audio recorder!

By Joshua
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2019-02-18

I got this to support an audio recorder around the waist, specifically the Zoom H4N, and this is an incredible product for this purpose. I understand it may not be the most convenient thing for this purpose as you cant see the levels when its attached to your waist but so what, you can get over it. Id rather have the recorder attached to a belt than have it dangling around my neck. So definitely an item worth considering for that purpose.

Mixed feelings with heavy gear

By BuyNowThinkLater
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2018-03-19

I used it once for sport photography. The weight of D800, with grip, and 70-200 lens was a bit too much. I'd normally use a longer lens for sports and bout that it would be useful. I imagine it would be good for travel and street photography if looking awkward doesn't bother you.� All considered, I would recommend it

Strong, Reliable, Sturdy!

By Keith
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2018-01-05

From the moment I put it on I felt safe trusting my most treasured tool attached to it on my hip. It has been constantly used since it arrived and is one of the most helpful pieces of kit I've ever purchased.

Sturdy Grip

By Frank
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2018-01-02

My only wish is that the plate were a standard size so that it could be clipped into a tripod without changing plates. I realize it would have to be for specific brand tripod but this would be very helpful. The mechanism is well designed but I would feel more secure if it were metal for longer and heavier lenses. The plastic "lock" mechanism for the tripod screw seems to work but I wonder about how long it will last.

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I have a Manfrotto 496RC2 Compact Ball Head with RC2 Quick Release on my monopod. Will the EVO Camera Belt Grip by B-Grip plate fit the Manfrotto ball head or will I have to change plates to go from one to the other?
Asked by: Anonymous
The plate is not the same as the Manfrotto plate.B-Grip does make a Tripod adapter you can use with your Manfrotto tripod.B-Grip Tripod AdapterB&H # BGBGTA, Mfr # BGTA
Answered by: Robert K.
Date published: 2018-08-28


Does the quick release plate work with Arca Swiss style quick release clamps? If not, does B-Grip make a plate that works with Arca Swiss clamps and their own quick release system? I have RRS clamps on all my heads so this would really be a key feature for me.
Asked by: Andrew I.
B-Grip does not work with Arca. I actually use the B-Grip cross body strap, and an Arca release clamp attached to my 70-200mm lens, for easy transfer from body to tripod. The B-grip cross body is by far the most comfortable of all I've used. I did buy this belt, but preferred the Spider when worn as a belt harness, and with Spider you can get an Arca accessory plate.
Answered by: Jennifer U.
Date published: 2018-08-28


can you use it for a small video camera ,and could you aim it out so it can record ?
Asked by: josep f.
You could fit it to a handycam, but it will always point up or down, never forward.
Answered by: Felicia C.
Date published: 2018-08-28


Will the quick release for this fit the clamp on the Sirui G-10X?
Asked by: John
I can't judge - it's a small base on the piece. It fits an old cheap tripod I have but is too small to work with my Manfroto bfree.
Answered by: Susan K.
Date published: 2018-08-28


How can we use this product with the B-Grip Hand Strap?
Asked by: NABIL K.
The red cover on the quick release plate comes off and you replace it with the bottom rubber piece on the bottom of your hand strap. It's very simple. I think it took me all of a minute to attach my hand strap to my plate.
Answered by: PHILLIP B.
Date published: 2018-08-28


What waist size does the belt fit?
Asked by: Jon
HiThe belt length is about 1.2 metwrhope it helpsAvi
Answered by: AVIGDOR S.
Date published: 2018-08-28


Will this fit a small womans waist (about 28 inches) without sliding down once a camera is attached?
Asked by: clare s f.
This can be tightened all the way until there is no space left. It will fit anyone.
Answered by: Jarek A.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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