Price range: $22.95 - $24.95 from 3 Seller with a available.
Average user reviews:
Description:The E1 Hand Strap adds security to hand-holding a camera, and was designed to be used only with cameras that have a built-in power booster or grip, or where an optional power booster or extension grip has been added. The strap attaches with.Reviewed by: yophoto91 from NJ on Sep 20, 2004
Experience: 3 Weeks
Strengths: see comments
Weaknesses: see comments
Summary: If you like to handhold your camera this is something great for you. It gives you a secure grip and it can be used with the neck strap, with the included adapater. The only bad this is that it is in the way when you are using your camera on a tripod.
Reviewed by:Reviewed by: skanknpunx from VA on Jan 26, 2005
Experience: 3 Days
Strengths: a lot easier to handle then normal straps. Vice, comfortable padding!
Weaknesses: a little hard to use if you have tiny hands.
Summary: I like the strap. it is a lot easier to use then standard straps! the stap has a nice feel and also is nicely padded.
Reviewed by:Reviewed by: NLyambura from IL on Jan 24, 2005
Strengths: The handstrap allows the user to hold the camera firmly while taking difficult shots that require added stability.
Weaknesses: The one weakness I found is that it is difficult to reach the index finger dial with the strap attached. It also does not aid in taking vertical shots as the user must remove his hand from the strap.
Summary: Overall, I find the hand strap to be useful. Despite the weaknesses mentioned above, I would most likely purchase the item again. It aids greatly in horizontal composition. I also found that you can attach both the neck strap and the hand strap using the metal bracket provided, which allows for the best of both worlds.