The black 5" Hand Grip for HDSLRs and Video Cameras from Revo is a sturdy aluminum alloy post that screws into your camera's 1/4"-20 tripod mount and provides a stable manner in which to hold your HDSLR or video camera. With a knurled grip and solid connection, the stability that the grip provides will help you create smoother, clearer and more pleasing videos. A 1/4"-20 socket is located in the base of the grip to enable it to be placed on a tripod, light stand or boom pole or even stacked with other grips.
- Provides Stability When Shooting Video
- For HDSLRs and Video Cameras
- 1/4"-20 Post
- Mounts to Camera's Tripod Socket
Revo Single Handgrip Overview
Revo Single Handgrip Specs
|Accessory Mount||1 x 1/4"-20 Female|
|Camera Attachment||1/4"-20 Male|
|Dimensions||ø: 1.0 x H: 3.0" / ø: 25.4 x H: 76.2 mm|
|Weight||5.8 oz / 164 g|
|Package Weight||0.425 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||7.7 x 4.05 x 2.15"|
Revo Single Handgrip Reviews
Works as expected, better stability.
I like it
Works very well!
Works very well for my use. At my age, my heavy Nikon is not as steady as it once was. I use the grip as a means of bracing. Seems well made. Good feel to it. I like it a lot.
Good solid hand grip.
This is a good solid hand grip. I got it for a hand grip for the extension arm on my RS2 gimbal which didn't come with one for some reason. It works great. It is all metal so if you are looking for a cushioned grip this is not it. Works fine for me.
I have 2 of these that I add to my Ronin SC2 rig (with other attachments) and it allows me to be more stable and get to underslung mode much easier. Small and sturdy - packs nicely in the ronin case. the texture on the grip is clutch - I was worried it'd become slick being metal and sweaty hands but no such problem!
Great handle - get a grip on it !
I like these all metal camera grips - especially for lighter, smaller cameras - especially point-n-shoot cameras when I need to put them in a small, closed in area to shoot macro shots - like peering into bird nests under a deck. Great handle for larger cameras to provide an alternative way of holding and stabilizing them. The tripod hole at the far end is a bonus. No big deal, but I really like these inexpensive metal hand grips which double as a tripod or monopod extension in a pinch. JR
Works as advertised.
Screw it in, walk around and shoot video, take it back out. Not much else to say.
Help for hand held tele shots
Solid construction helps when hand holding a long telephoto lens. I use a Sigma 150-600mm sport zoom on a Canon 80D. This grip is more comfortable and stable than holding on to the round barrel of the lens. I think it was a good investment.
A Solid Grip
Really well-made, work as intended. It's a no-brainer for the price.
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