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Load image into Gallery viewer, Movo HSG-2 DualStrap Padded Wrist and Grip Camera Strap for DSLR Cameras Including Canon, Nikon, Sony, Olympus, SLRs - Prevent Accidental Drops - Perfect for Camera Stability and Control
Load image into Gallery viewer, Movo HSG-2 DualStrap Padded Wrist and Grip Camera Strap for DSLR Cameras Including Canon, Nikon, Sony, Olympus, SLRs - Prevent Accidental Drops - Perfect for Camera Stability and Control
Load image into Gallery viewer, Movo HSG-2 DualStrap Padded Wrist and Grip Camera Strap for DSLR Cameras Including Canon, Nikon, Sony, Olympus, SLRs - Prevent Accidental Drops - Perfect for Camera Stability and Control
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Movo HSG-2 DualStrap Padded Wrist and Grip Camera Strap for DSLR Cameras Including Canon, Nikon, Sony, Olympus, SLRs - Prevent Accidental Drops - Perfect for Camera Stability and Control
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Movo HSG-2 DualStrap Padded Wrist and Grip Camera Strap for DSLR Cameras Including Canon, Nikon, Sony, Olympus, SLRs - Prevent Accidental Drops - Perfect for Camera Stability and Control
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Movo HSG-2 DualStrap Padded Wrist and Grip Camera Strap for DSLR Cameras Including Canon, Nikon, Sony, Olympus, SLRs - Prevent Accidental Drops - Perfect for Camera Stability and Control
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Movo HSG-2 DualStrap Padded Wrist and Grip Camera Strap for DSLR Cameras Including Canon, Nikon, Sony, Olympus, SLRs - Prevent Accidental Drops - Perfect for Camera Stability and Control
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Movo HSG-2 DualStrap Padded Wrist and Grip Camera Strap for DSLR Cameras Including Canon, Nikon, Sony, Olympus, SLRs - Prevent Accidental Drops - Perfect for Camera Stability and Control

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Description

  • GIVE YOUR SHOULDER AND NECK A BREAK: The camera wrist strap acts as a natural extension of your arm. Great for taking quick shots with no time wasted.
  • SECURE FIT: Camera grip feels like it glues the camera to your hand making holding it much easier and providing greater camera control and stability.
  • COMFORTABLE AND COMPACT: Neoprene soft cushion allows comfortable use for several hours without having to keep a tight grip on it. Easy to store.
  • SMART DESIGN: One size fits all. Fits camera's and camcorder's 1/4-20 tripod mount. The tripod mount is still available even when installed.
  • MOVO WARRANTY: 1 Year with USA customer support. Perfect gift for professional or hobbyist photographer or filmmaker for photos, film, and more.

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Customer Reviews

If you don't want to drop a few thousand (literally).I have been shooting with DSLRs for several years now. The first one (an A350) felt like a brick but my A77 with the larger lenses is like carrying a gallon of water with you everywhere. The regular grip strap did the trick but on my last voyage I want a little more peace of mind. The strap does what it supposed to; gives your fingers a break when you don't want to stress them all day.Pros: Reasonable price, sturdy enough that I never felt the camera was going to drop if I took my fingers off it. Offers the ability to articulate the camera into otherwise "unorthodox" positions to get that perfect shot.Cons: Adjustment buckles always twisting around-annoying because you can feel it happening. Have to stop every so often to flatten them out. The screw to the tripod mount doesn't give me a lot of confidence - something I found myself checking constantly after the first time I saw it starting to back-out of the came. Blocks the battery and memory card slot on a Sony; prepare to take the whole thing off to swap either. If you are using a tripod, bolt the camera to it directly.It's not a bad product by any means and I have grown accustomed to it's quirks. I took a chance and it paid off: I wound up falling into a lake but a high hand and reassuring grip saved one very pricy DSLR.I would rather buy five of these than one of the super-expensive ones.4Give that neck a break with this hand strap! I haven't gone out for a full day of shooting with it yet, but it seems comfortable and of good quality. It fits securely to my camera, even with a battery grip attached. It's a little difficult to get all of the straps fed through the fastener. The strap that attaches to the camera feeds through the same fastener that holds the hand strap in place, making for a tight squeeze when trying to adjust how loose or tight it is.For photographers with bigger hands, I suggest fastening and adjusting the strap in a way that it is positioned just past your knuckles. This allows for better control of any buttons located on top of the camera near the shutter release. Prior to doing this, it was a challenge to to anything other than press the shutter button and use the front aperture dial.All in all, it feels like a sturdy product, and the added wrist buckle is a nice touch, and adds a sense of security. It also helps to take the weight off of any heavier DSLR cameras.So if you're like me, and you dislike having a camera strap around your neck or slung across your body, you should give this a shot. The materials used in the strap are of good quality, and is light enough to not make your hands all sweaty. The added wrist buckle should alleviate any fears of dropping your camera. The only (slight) downside is how challenging it can be to attach it to your camera and get it properly adjusted for ease of use with your specific camera. 4No instructions, but great for those that hate neckstrapsI give this product an "I love it review", for no other reason than once you figure out how to put the thing together it works for me. When the item arrived there were no instructions or even a picture to give you an idea. I went to the web site and there was a chat line that instruction me to follow the instructions on the product description. I looked at the pictures, pretty much like the ones you see on the Amazon site and you figure it out from there. It is tricky to put on, you need to use your free left hand to put the right wrist band on. Once you get that you got it made.I do like it because hand hand will not fatigue and is secure from slipping out of the hand.5Great strap, what more can you say?it LOOKS awkward, it FEELS great.It DOES take a little getting used to and you will probably find yourself adjusting the straps several times until you can get to all the controls on your camera and still feel secure. It definitely takes some getting used to if your shutter button is on top of the camera as opposed to the front.Bought this for my frequently used Nikon, but most likely I will be getting another two for my other cameras.I do a lot of wildlife photography and with this strap, I can sneak up really close to the subject matter without the camera's neck strap swaying back and forth or getting caught on something. Right after I put this on my camera I was able to get closer than I have EVER been able to. Scared the hell out of the daughter's cat but got a pretty good shot of the evil little bit&$ scrambling across the kitchen floor to get away.Buy this strap - you won't regret it.here is a tip though, loosen the wrist strap, clip it around your wrist and THEN tighten it - makes it easier to put on.I WOULD like to see something like this but with a Velcro wrist strap for those that have a hard time with the clasp.5Just What I've been looking for... Used to carry around my Canon 80DI've been looking for a wrist strap over the last month. I settled on this particular one mainly because of the pad. I got tired of having to wrestle with the shoulder strap every time I wanted to shoot.My problem with other straps was that it went around the wrist only and hung another few inches and I didn't think it would provide a suitable theft deterrent.This particular strap is tight around the wrist and places the camera in a natural position to raise the camera for a shot. Of course another very important benefit of this strap is that it is very comfortable I walked around for over 21/2 hours without any aches or pains it made the camera a natural extension of my arm.5Not recommended for Canon EOS Rebel SL2 CameraI was excited to try out this hand grip because I felt it would be a better way to make sure I don't drop the camera. With a neck strap I often take it from around my neck when I am attempting to take a picture because it feels more comfortable that way.The reason why I don't recommend this for the SL2 is that there's a tiny nub that is used to go against the base of your camera for stability but blocks my LCD screen. I was left with two choices, I either close my LCD screen on top of the nub and risk breaking my LCD, or closing the LCD, then tightening the base so that the nub goes into the crevice used to open the LCD which prevents me from opening the LCD. I attached a picture to show the nub and how it interferes with my screen. In this picture I closed the LCD, then put on the base and you can see how the nub slides into the part of the screen that you use to open the LCD.I didn't get to actually use the grip but it felt nice in my hand before I realized how it interferes with my LCD. If you have a camera that has an LCD that doesn't open and is fixed then this should be fine for you. If you do have an articulating screen then pay close attention to where the nub would rest against the base of your camera.I gave 3 stars because I didn't want to rank the manufacturer too low just because this doesn't work for my model camera but I do like what they were trying to do here with how it wraps around your wrist. There should probably be something in the description that alerts people to the potential of running into the issue I ran into.3A good and cheap entry product, but it has some flaws This Movo strap does exactly what it's made for. It's a secure strap that absolutely makes sure your camera is connected to your right hand. You will always be ready to shoot in a moment's notice. At the time I bought it (a year and a half ago), it was exactly what I was looking for, as I'm not really a fan of traditional straps.But it does suffer from a few issues that eventually caused me to move on from this strap, first and this was evident from day 1, the plastic mounting bracket on the bottom gets in the way. It's designed to make sure the strap is firmly on the right side of the camera, but it covers the battery compartment of most DSLRs out there. That means battery changing becomes a hassle, getting your hand free, then releasing the screw enough to pivot the bracket out of the way, changing the battery and then securing the bracket again. It's a lot, especially when youre really shooting on a trip and knocking out a battery or more per day.Other issues with the plastic bracket are the tab that keeps it from moving forward on your camera can obstruct a flippable display. It wasn't much, but it made me wonder if it might cause a longer-term issue. And with cheaper tripods, it can affect the fit of the tripod. These were both minor compared to the battery blocking, but also issues.The second issue is that the way it holds your hand in place, you basically lose a hand when you have this on. I would admit this is a side effect of the very functionality you buy this for, but be carful what you wish for. With this security does come a downside, mainly that you are carrying a camera the whole time.And finally, like others, my Movo eventually started to fall apart. The straps work, but the leather pad started to crack and disintegrate. I got 18 months out of this thing, so I got a pretty good amount of time from it, just realize this isn't going to be the last strap you buy.For the price and where I was with photography at the time, this strap was a find. The price is great too. But I have out grown it and now that it is falling apart, it's time to move on. I think if you are just getting started, this is a great strap to try out. You will certainly get your money's worth. But if photography becomes a serious hobby, the strap's limits will get in your way too.(For anyone wondering I have moved on to a setup that costs significantly more than this, but has a hand strap, a clip to securely hold my camera while resting my shooting hand and an integrated Arca tripod mount) 3Camera hand strap. I am very happy with this product. I would be more satisfied had it come with instructions on how to string the strap to the camera. The strap was also longer than expected. I will probably have to cut and re-melt the straps to fit my small hands. Dimensions of the straps would have been helpful. Otherwise, I am very happy with this product. The fabric on the inside of the strap ( where it touches the back of the hand) it very soft. I'm interested to see how sweaty it will get when I use it this summer. I loke that I can still attach a monopod while the strap is connected. 4I like the idea of this design more than I like ...I like the idea of this design more than I like the execution of it for a couple reasons. For one, and this wouldn't apply to everyone, but the shutter button on my camera (Fuji)is on the top (ie: a couple inches directly right of the hot shoe) and not forward on a grip (like on a Canon EOS). Because of that, my trigger finger is actually trapped by the strap. I need to slip my finger out of the strap to shoot.Another reason is that wrist strap. Again, seemed like a great idea and maybe it'll work better for you, but it's a little tricky to do one handed (tip: click it closed before slipping your hand in and then cinch it tight). As it turns out I don't think this extra bit of engineering is necessary. I think I only need a strap to go around the back of my hand but not around my wrist.Also, the materials seem kind of weak. They have not fallen apart on me yet but they just don't have the feel of something very good, if you get my meaning. That probably sounds unfair but I think you've experienced this before. I was just waiting for this to fail.Still looking for the perfect solution.3Not easy to strapI gave three stars because I could not use it. It was too difficult to snap the clip with my left hand. Now I wish I had bought the Velcro type. I tried to contact the seller so I could trade it for a different one but, no luck. Security is great, comfort is great, sturdiness also is great. The look also is wonderful, it feels like an expensive type of strap. I just gave it away, I had no use for it.I bought it for my Canon SX70 that I am taking on a trip to Europe and, I wanted the extra security when not hanging on my neck.3I can t use it.I like the idea but it doesn t work for me. I can attach it to my camera and hand but when I do I can t use my thumb to operate the buttons and dial on the back of the camera. The plastic buckle at the top contacts my hand and after a while I can feel it start to dig into my hand making it very uncomfortable to hold my camera. The buckle that clips together near my wrist is very difficult to connect and undo with only one hand to do it. The piece that connects to the bottom of my camera also covers my battery cover so the only way to change batteries is to remove it. I ll just go with a regular wrist strap for now.2Excellent Value - Must-have for the camera bag. Although no instructions came with the Movo, it was easy enough to figure out especially with the viewing of a video found here in the reviews section. I used it on a D700 both with and without my MB10 vertical battery grip attached to the camera - it seems very secure and I definitely think this will become a go-to accessory in my bag. I shot a halftime show at a football game with my 70-200 lens attached and though I typically shoot that setup with a monopod - I had accidentally left it at home that night. The Movo was very comfortable and probably made the difference between use-able and nonuse-able images. I also used it in the endzone throughout the game when I had my 24-70 prime lens attached to the 700 (which is nearly as heavy as the 70-200 lens) and I have to say it felt like a natural extension of my arm. I'm ordering another one for my fiancee's camera. 5Secure And Comfortable Grip StrapThis is a great wrist strap for the money in my opinion.I am a man with average to large sized hands and this grip strap is very comfortable to me. I am using this grip strap on my "Canon 6D" camera. I wish the bottom strap were just a bit longer. I sometimes use a "Vivitar" battery grip on the bottom of my camera. When I do, I found this grip strap to be a bit snug because the bottom strap of this grip strap then needs to reach the extended distance to the bottom of my battery grip. I still find it OK but still wish the bottom strap were just a bit longer. This grip strap is very comfortable and makes me feel far more secure about holding and carrying my camera.As others have noted in their reviews, no instructions were shipped with my grip strap either. I did not regard that as a problem. I had no trouble installing the grip strap to my camera after viewing the picture on "Amazon".I really like this grip strap. For the money and added comfort and security of using it, I do recommend it.5Another happy purchase!Comfort: 5 stars! I used to have a neck strap I would take my 80D hiking with, but it destroyed my neck and I wanted a more comfortable way to hold the camera. This strap relieves almost all pain of holding the camera and it s customizable with straps for different hand sizes. I m a picky buyer and was shopping around for something that would be secure (not looking to break an expensive camera) and convinient to use and this hit the nail on the head. The attaching mechanism goes where you would attach a tripod and works great! Would buy again!5
Movo HSG-2 DualStrap Padded Wrist and Grip Camera Strap for DSLR Cameras Including Canon, Nikon, Sony, Olympus, SLRs - Prevent Accidental Drops - Perfect for Camera Stability and Control

Movo HSG-2 DualStrap Padded Wrist and Grip Camera Strap for DSLR Cameras Including Canon, Nikon, Sony, Olympus, SLRs - Prevent Accidental Drops - Perfect for Camera Stability and Control

4.0
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Regular price
Dhs. 206.40
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Dhs. 206.40
Regular price
Dhs. 344.00
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Save 40% (Dhs. 137.60)