• Photography & Cinema Pistol Grip Handle with Standard 1/4" Screw for DSLR Mirrorless Camera, Video Stabilizer Handle
  • Photography & Cinema Pistol Grip Handle with Standard 1/4" Screw for DSLR Mirrorless Camera, Video Stabilizer Handle
  • Photography & Cinema Pistol Grip Handle with Standard 1/4" Screw for DSLR Mirrorless Camera, Video Stabilizer Handle
  • Photography & Cinema Pistol Grip Handle with Standard 1/4" Screw for DSLR Mirrorless Camera, Video Stabilizer Handle
  • Photography & Cinema Pistol Grip Handle with Standard 1/4" Screw for DSLR Mirrorless Camera, Video Stabilizer Handle
  • Photography & Cinema Pistol Grip Handle with Standard 1/4" Screw for DSLR Mirrorless Camera, Video Stabilizer Handle
  • Photography & Cinema Pistol Grip Handle with Standard 1/4" Screw for DSLR Mirrorless Camera, Video Stabilizer Handle
Photography & Cinema Pistol Grip Handle with Standard 1/4" Screw for DSLR Mirrorless Camera, Video Stabilizer Handle
Photography & Cinema Pistol Grip Handle with Standard 1/4" Screw for DSLR Mirrorless Camera, Video Stabilizer Handle
Photography & Cinema Pistol Grip Handle with Standard 1/4" Screw for DSLR Mirrorless Camera, Video Stabilizer Handle
Photography & Cinema Pistol Grip Handle with Standard 1/4" Screw for DSLR Mirrorless Camera, Video Stabilizer Handle
Photography & Cinema Pistol Grip Handle with Standard 1/4" Screw for DSLR Mirrorless Camera, Video Stabilizer Handle
Photography & Cinema Pistol Grip Handle with Standard 1/4" Screw for DSLR Mirrorless Camera, Video Stabilizer Handle
Photography & Cinema Pistol Grip Handle with Standard 1/4" Screw for DSLR Mirrorless Camera, Video Stabilizer Handle

Photography & Cinema Pistol Grip Handle with Standard 1/4" Screw for DSLR Mirrorless Camera, Video Stabilizer Handle

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  • The new Photography and Cinema Pistol Grip (Patent Pending) is the only camera handle grip available with a wide platform.
  • The included threaded D-Ring allows the PNC Handle to be attached to a carabiner which in turn can be hooked onto keyrings, keychains, belt loops, etc.
  • A rubber platform prevents slippage when the camera is mounted to the stage using the standard 1/4x20 threaded stud.
  • Rubber Non-Slip Platform with standard 1/4" tripod screw
  • P&C Camera Pistol Grip for Steady Video

Customer Reviews

Best compromise device I found for camera stability and ease of use I have gone back and forth in regards to having a smaller footprint - all in one camera/video device versus a larger DSLR rig with lenses. The device is always going to be used for personal needs with no ambitions to learn the tools of the trade as a pro. I ended up getting a Panasonic Lumix GH4 and a few lenses and of course struggled with the burden of carrying the extra load. The main issue besides the amount of stuff to lug around while on vacation is the shaking of the camera or stability of the video.I next purchased and tried the Zacuto Enforcer because it seemed to be the lightest weight and easiest to use of the body style camera rigs. That device was cool but after spending a few days in and around EPCOT at the Flower and Garden festival I was ready to place all of the items in my closet for good.Then I decided to get this pistol grip device and keep it permanently attached to the bottom of my GH4. The neat thing is the length of this must only be around 4+ inches or so, therefore it fit perfectly in small camera back attached to the camera. I simply put the camera in upside down and had the grip pointed up to be able to easily grab the camera via the rig every time I wanted to use the camera (whether for photos or videos). I have to say that this device makes the use of a camera with lenses the easiest of all.......and the overall camera bags weight is the lightest. When you are talking even one pound of extra weight it makes a difference lugging the gear around after an hour or so. In terms of stability of video = I think this improves it by at least 50% and maybe even 2/3rds. So I think the Zacuto is a little bit better but not by much and then it comes down to true ease of use which to me is the ability to see something I want to video and be able to grab the camera and 3 seconds later be taking a video. This device allows you to do that. When you couple this with iMovie or any other software program that comes with a simple one click post production video stabilization, your travel and other videos will look pretty darn good.......no they will not be perfect and ready for the nightly news broadcast but for amateurs, who cares. Please don't take that last statement to mean the videos are not good because the GH4 is 4K and some of those videos are simply stunning.My issue is still that I am one of those people that want my cake and eat it too. This pistol grip brings me as close to a one stop shop solution as possible but one day I may still purchase an all in one solution = maybe something like the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ1000 which offers an all in one with 4K video which sounds like it is more then good enough for amateurs........or maybe I will wait this out another year or so because it appears that 4K video all in ones are just coming to the market now and I believe there will be several options by the end of the year.What do I do for my upcoming summer travel trips to the Pacific Northwest? Probably stick with the GH4 and this pistol grip for now. 5Glad I Added This Grip To My Phototography Tools! This grip was the right thing to use on my giant and heavy Canon 7D and 70-200mm USM (non-stabilized) lens. It made shooting a bit more stable. The reason is because it helps to manage the heft of this behemoth for the stability I need.I read LOADS of product reviews before getting this one and I'm glad I chose it! The pistol grip was comfortable to use and easy to put on and take off. I recommend it for any photographer. Especially those who have to shoot under the lights of a night sports game. It helped to achieve more consistency for me.I shoot winter time lady soccer. Unfortunately, there's not a bazillion people watching the game, so there is plenty of room on the track outside of the field to keep up with the game (running from end to end at times). I am also able to get a reprieve periodically by holding my camera upside down on my side solely by the grip for short durations. It's lightweight and strong enough to support about 7 lbs of camera and lens!I haven't had the opportunity to try it out for day time shooting, but I am certain that it will make a great addition there as well. 5Perfect for vlogging! This pistol grip is perfect for my vlogging needs! It makes it so much easier to hold and aim at myself and then quickly turn around to point at others. The screw mount attaches to the bottom of the cameras I've used. I've also used this in conjunction with the Square Jellyfish smartphone mount for when I film with my iPhone. I no longer have to awkwardly hold my phone/camera in an uncomfortable position. The grip is ergonomic, feels great in my hand, and the texture does not feel slippery at all. It is easy to screw into a camera using the red dial, and I've always felt secure having a camera attached to it. I've used it on some very bumpy rollercoasters. It does have an attachment at the bottom for attaching straps, but I unscrewed it because it makes a bit of noise. A plus is that you can then screw the bottom of the grip onto a tripod or other mounts if needed. There is also an extra hole near the bottom of the grip for a wrist strap.One tiny issue I had was that I was questioned about it at the airport by TSA because it was in my backpack as it went through the x-ray machine. I recommend putting this in the bins so that they can easily see it, and keep it attached to your camera or keep it right with your camera equipment so that it makes a bit more sense to them. 5Good grip, however...coating/finish came off over time. I ordered this item in 2017. My only gripe is that now (a little over year later), the finish on the grip has become a bit sticky - almost like the coating they used has started to deteriorate over time. So, when you grab it, it has a slight uncomfortable feel while using and when you let go of it. I've tried all sorts of ways to clean it but, nothing seems to make a difference. Bummed because I do like the form factor of it.I really wanted to give it 3.5-stars. 4-stars would've been hard but, it's definitely better than just average. I just don't know if the 'sticky' coating issue is a fluke or, just something that will happen with time. I like so much about the grip. But, now that I'm forced to replace it, I'm struggling with purchasing another one, or taking a chance on something else.That issue aside, I do want to mention it's good qualities. The grip is a great size. It fits your fingers comfortably. It's sturdy. I use mine quite a bit and it's held together. I used it to carry slightly heavier devices (such as camcorders, dual mirrorless camera set-ups, full-sized DSLRs). It helps to better distribute the weight of the devices and the wide platform at the top helps to better secure those medium-sized devices, smaller rails or, quick-release plates.The tightening dial (in red, just below the top of the handle) feels cheap but, it hasn't broken and works pretty well at tightening. It is a bit rough on your fingers if you're loosening and tightening multiple devices within a day. But it you're just securing a single device for the day, it's no big deal.There's a D-Ring at the bottom of the handle. Good for attaching key rings or Climbing Carabiner Clips. Then it could just be hung on a strap on you bag for travel. It does make a little bit of noise so, if you're shooting video, you'd definitely want to remove it or, tape it down. The D-Ring also unscrews to reveal another 1/4 inch thread. With it removed, you could attach a tripod/monopod or anything else with a 1/4 inch screw. I didn't use either of these feature a lot but, it's convenient having both those options.The unit is light so, it won't add any significant weight to your gear.The logo sticker will fall off quickly with any type of regular use. No big deal. 3Now I can take comfortably take videos without using two hands Awesome product. It's made of very good durable plastic. It has a very nice feel and grip. I paired this with the Puroma Universal Cell phone Tripod Mount. Puroma Universal Cell Phone Tripod Mount Adapter Smartphone Holder Mount Clip for iPhone 7 7plus 6 6s 6plus 5 5s, Samsung, Huawei P9 honor 8 and more Phones, Selfie Monopod Adjustable Clamp Black Very comfortable. If you are shooting videos, these two items work great. I love this grip. 5Surprisingly useful item for DSLR filmmaking When I fist saw this at a major rental house in LA, I asked the salesman if it was useful. He shook his head like "Are you kidding me?" So I kept my $20 and moved on.Since then I've tested out a number of inexpensive stabilizers and makeshift rigs -- some useful, some crap. So while experimenting with some designs of my own I ordered this as an extra point-of-contact for possible a DIY rig in the future.When it arrived, I threw it on the bottom of my Canon 60D with a nifty-fifty to see how bad it actually was.Short review: I love it!Obviously it's not a Steadicam or a Red Rock shoulder rig, BUT with a little getting used to it DOES provide a very easy, low profile, highly maneuverable, inexpensive, handheld smoothing option. The grip is extremely comfortable and the pistol feel is much like an old Bolex.For WALKING SHOTS, I recommend only using a wide lens (50mm or wider) that's stopped down for deep focus.For STATIC SHOTS where a little organic motion is acceptable, I feel like ANY DSLR with pretty much ANY LENS would be decent on this little guy. There's nothing above to interfere with your racking reach and with a little grace the act of racking itself will give you another stabilizing point of contact.I also advise using a soft, stretchy neckstrap on the camera in the extended position to get another point-of-contact for anchoring & smoothing movement.So buy this & keep it in your kit bag. Play around with it and you might just have the touch to get smooth handheld shots with cool minimalism.***And if you can ride a skateboard, particularly a longboard with big soft wheels, this is remarkably easy to handhold for smooth dolly-ish shots. And if you bust there's still a high-chance of protecting your camera.Strong recommend. 5Decent Product, Works Fine, But... I have never tried a pistol grip on the video cam so was anxious to try it out. Was amazed at the improved feel and greater stability. You lose the ability for one-handed cam operation because your hand is no longer close to the record and zoom controls, but that's worth the improvement in stability.This product has a good feel and overall I'm happy with it. The "but" is that I felt it might be a few bucks overpriced, especially when both brand labels (the red things on the side of the grip that make it look fancy) came unstuck and fell off within the first 10 minutes. Fortunately this is an uncomplicated device so I imagine that will be the only shortfall, and I have no plans to return it. Also, they advertise a "wide base" feature which is as advertised but in actual use I didn't see how it would improve the performance much if at all. It's wider than the base on my cam so it doesn't really have much effect. If I were buying again I'd probably go with something with a similar grip but a few dollars less, since once the fancy labels fell off it looks a lot more like the cheaper ones now! 3Absolutely Necessary This is the most practical accessory for any camera users shooting video. It's very comfortable to hold and gives a slight boost in stability. Despite of its plastic build, this can hold my heavy GH3 and Sigma 18-35 lens no problem after a week of use.I'll update this review if anything else comes up. 5Definetely a good grip This grip feels very light and strong at the same time, maybe that's what I like the most. I also like how fits in the hand, it have a good ergonomic design. The material gives nice grip. I'm using it in a small rig with my Canon 7D, a little baseplate, 15mm rods, QR plate, follow focus and a LCD viewfinder (I left an image in the customer shared images so you can see how it looks). I'm thinking to get a second grip to complete a shoulder rig with two handles.I also tried it with my Olympus XZ-1 (point and shoot) and it is a BIG improvement specially because that kind of cameras are so small that is not easy to hold in a stable way when sooting video.I would give 4.5 stars instead of 5 just because cosmetic reasons. Some material is peeling off the platform edge and the logo decals fell off as soon as I took it out of the package but actually I like it more without it. Non of that affects the performace at all.I definitely recommend it. 5I love this thing I just love the feel and elegance to this pistol grip in a "run and gun" set up. I was trekking in the Himalayas and wanted to gain some stability for shooting video on my Canon 60D dSLR.On great advice from someone on amazon.com, I combined this pistol grip with a Manfrotto 323 RC2 Rapid Connect Adapter, and had myself a great little setup. Only problem - not inherent to the product itself - it almost looks too slick, and I think my setup was intimidating-looking to the folks I was trying to sort of shoot without being too conspicuous. So - I guess on balance that's something to consider - this doesn't help you and your camera blend into the woodwork, if that's part of your goal. 5
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  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
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  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
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  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
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  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
Description
  • The new Photography and Cinema Pistol Grip (Patent Pending) is the only camera handle grip available with a wide platform.
  • The included threaded D-Ring allows the PNC Handle to be attached to a carabiner which in turn can be hooked onto keyrings, keychains, belt loops, etc.
  • A rubber platform prevents slippage when the camera is mounted to the stage using the standard 1/4x20 threaded stud.
  • Rubber Non-Slip Platform with standard 1/4" tripod screw
  • P&C Camera Pistol Grip for Steady Video
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Best compromise device I found for camera stability and ease of use I have gone back and forth in regards to having a smaller footprint - all in one camera/video device versus a larger DSLR rig with lenses. The device is always going to be used for personal needs with no ambitions to learn the tools of the trade as a pro. I ended up getting a Panasonic Lumix GH4 and a few lenses and of course struggled with the burden of carrying the extra load. The main issue besides the amount of stuff to lug around while on vacation is the shaking of the camera or stability of the video.I next purchased and tried the Zacuto Enforcer because it seemed to be the lightest weight and easiest to use of the body style camera rigs. That device was cool but after spending a few days in and around EPCOT at the Flower and Garden festival I was ready to place all of the items in my closet for good.Then I decided to get this pistol grip device and keep it permanently attached to the bottom of my GH4. The neat thing is the length of this must only be around 4+ inches or so, therefore it fit perfectly in small camera back attached to the camera. I simply put the camera in upside down and had the grip pointed up to be able to easily grab the camera via the rig every time I wanted to use the camera (whether for photos or videos). I have to say that this device makes the use of a camera with lenses the easiest of all.......and the overall camera bags weight is the lightest. When you are talking even one pound of extra weight it makes a difference lugging the gear around after an hour or so. In terms of stability of video = I think this improves it by at least 50% and maybe even 2/3rds. So I think the Zacuto is a little bit better but not by much and then it comes down to true ease of use which to me is the ability to see something I want to video and be able to grab the camera and 3 seconds later be taking a video. This device allows you to do that. When you couple this with iMovie or any other software program that comes with a simple one click post production video stabilization, your travel and other videos will look pretty darn good.......no they will not be perfect and ready for the nightly news broadcast but for amateurs, who cares. Please don't take that last statement to mean the videos are not good because the GH4 is 4K and some of those videos are simply stunning.My issue is still that I am one of those people that want my cake and eat it too. This pistol grip brings me as close to a one stop shop solution as possible but one day I may still purchase an all in one solution = maybe something like the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ1000 which offers an all in one with 4K video which sounds like it is more then good enough for amateurs........or maybe I will wait this out another year or so because it appears that 4K video all in ones are just coming to the market now and I believe there will be several options by the end of the year.What do I do for my upcoming summer travel trips to the Pacific Northwest? Probably stick with the GH4 and this pistol grip for now. 5Glad I Added This Grip To My Phototography Tools! This grip was the right thing to use on my giant and heavy Canon 7D and 70-200mm USM (non-stabilized) lens. It made shooting a bit more stable. The reason is because it helps to manage the heft of this behemoth for the stability I need.I read LOADS of product reviews before getting this one and I'm glad I chose it! The pistol grip was comfortable to use and easy to put on and take off. I recommend it for any photographer. Especially those who have to shoot under the lights of a night sports game. It helped to achieve more consistency for me.I shoot winter time lady soccer. Unfortunately, there's not a bazillion people watching the game, so there is plenty of room on the track outside of the field to keep up with the game (running from end to end at times). I am also able to get a reprieve periodically by holding my camera upside down on my side solely by the grip for short durations. It's lightweight and strong enough to support about 7 lbs of camera and lens!I haven't had the opportunity to try it out for day time shooting, but I am certain that it will make a great addition there as well. 5Perfect for vlogging! This pistol grip is perfect for my vlogging needs! It makes it so much easier to hold and aim at myself and then quickly turn around to point at others. The screw mount attaches to the bottom of the cameras I've used. I've also used this in conjunction with the Square Jellyfish smartphone mount for when I film with my iPhone. I no longer have to awkwardly hold my phone/camera in an uncomfortable position. The grip is ergonomic, feels great in my hand, and the texture does not feel slippery at all. It is easy to screw into a camera using the red dial, and I've always felt secure having a camera attached to it. I've used it on some very bumpy rollercoasters. It does have an attachment at the bottom for attaching straps, but I unscrewed it because it makes a bit of noise. A plus is that you can then screw the bottom of the grip onto a tripod or other mounts if needed. There is also an extra hole near the bottom of the grip for a wrist strap.One tiny issue I had was that I was questioned about it at the airport by TSA because it was in my backpack as it went through the x-ray machine. I recommend putting this in the bins so that they can easily see it, and keep it attached to your camera or keep it right with your camera equipment so that it makes a bit more sense to them. 5Good grip, however...coating/finish came off over time. I ordered this item in 2017. My only gripe is that now (a little over year later), the finish on the grip has become a bit sticky - almost like the coating they used has started to deteriorate over time. So, when you grab it, it has a slight uncomfortable feel while using and when you let go of it. I've tried all sorts of ways to clean it but, nothing seems to make a difference. Bummed because I do like the form factor of it.I really wanted to give it 3.5-stars. 4-stars would've been hard but, it's definitely better than just average. I just don't know if the 'sticky' coating issue is a fluke or, just something that will happen with time. I like so much about the grip. But, now that I'm forced to replace it, I'm struggling with purchasing another one, or taking a chance on something else.That issue aside, I do want to mention it's good qualities. The grip is a great size. It fits your fingers comfortably. It's sturdy. I use mine quite a bit and it's held together. I used it to carry slightly heavier devices (such as camcorders, dual mirrorless camera set-ups, full-sized DSLRs). It helps to better distribute the weight of the devices and the wide platform at the top helps to better secure those medium-sized devices, smaller rails or, quick-release plates.The tightening dial (in red, just below the top of the handle) feels cheap but, it hasn't broken and works pretty well at tightening. It is a bit rough on your fingers if you're loosening and tightening multiple devices within a day. But it you're just securing a single device for the day, it's no big deal.There's a D-Ring at the bottom of the handle. Good for attaching key rings or Climbing Carabiner Clips. Then it could just be hung on a strap on you bag for travel. It does make a little bit of noise so, if you're shooting video, you'd definitely want to remove it or, tape it down. The D-Ring also unscrews to reveal another 1/4 inch thread. With it removed, you could attach a tripod/monopod or anything else with a 1/4 inch screw. I didn't use either of these feature a lot but, it's convenient having both those options.The unit is light so, it won't add any significant weight to your gear.The logo sticker will fall off quickly with any type of regular use. No big deal. 3Now I can take comfortably take videos without using two hands Awesome product. It's made of very good durable plastic. It has a very nice feel and grip. I paired this with the Puroma Universal Cell phone Tripod Mount. Puroma Universal Cell Phone Tripod Mount Adapter Smartphone Holder Mount Clip for iPhone 7 7plus 6 6s 6plus 5 5s, Samsung, Huawei P9 honor 8 and more Phones, Selfie Monopod Adjustable Clamp Black Very comfortable. If you are shooting videos, these two items work great. I love this grip. 5Surprisingly useful item for DSLR filmmaking When I fist saw this at a major rental house in LA, I asked the salesman if it was useful. He shook his head like "Are you kidding me?" So I kept my $20 and moved on.Since then I've tested out a number of inexpensive stabilizers and makeshift rigs -- some useful, some crap. So while experimenting with some designs of my own I ordered this as an extra point-of-contact for possible a DIY rig in the future.When it arrived, I threw it on the bottom of my Canon 60D with a nifty-fifty to see how bad it actually was.Short review: I love it!Obviously it's not a Steadicam or a Red Rock shoulder rig, BUT with a little getting used to it DOES provide a very easy, low profile, highly maneuverable, inexpensive, handheld smoothing option. The grip is extremely comfortable and the pistol feel is much like an old Bolex.For WALKING SHOTS, I recommend only using a wide lens (50mm or wider) that's stopped down for deep focus.For STATIC SHOTS where a little organic motion is acceptable, I feel like ANY DSLR with pretty much ANY LENS would be decent on this little guy. There's nothing above to interfere with your racking reach and with a little grace the act of racking itself will give you another stabilizing point of contact.I also advise using a soft, stretchy neckstrap on the camera in the extended position to get another point-of-contact for anchoring & smoothing movement.So buy this & keep it in your kit bag. Play around with it and you might just have the touch to get smooth handheld shots with cool minimalism.***And if you can ride a skateboard, particularly a longboard with big soft wheels, this is remarkably easy to handhold for smooth dolly-ish shots. And if you bust there's still a high-chance of protecting your camera.Strong recommend. 5Decent Product, Works Fine, But... I have never tried a pistol grip on the video cam so was anxious to try it out. Was amazed at the improved feel and greater stability. You lose the ability for one-handed cam operation because your hand is no longer close to the record and zoom controls, but that's worth the improvement in stability.This product has a good feel and overall I'm happy with it. The "but" is that I felt it might be a few bucks overpriced, especially when both brand labels (the red things on the side of the grip that make it look fancy) came unstuck and fell off within the first 10 minutes. Fortunately this is an uncomplicated device so I imagine that will be the only shortfall, and I have no plans to return it. Also, they advertise a "wide base" feature which is as advertised but in actual use I didn't see how it would improve the performance much if at all. It's wider than the base on my cam so it doesn't really have much effect. If I were buying again I'd probably go with something with a similar grip but a few dollars less, since once the fancy labels fell off it looks a lot more like the cheaper ones now! 3Absolutely Necessary This is the most practical accessory for any camera users shooting video. It's very comfortable to hold and gives a slight boost in stability. Despite of its plastic build, this can hold my heavy GH3 and Sigma 18-35 lens no problem after a week of use.I'll update this review if anything else comes up. 5Definetely a good grip This grip feels very light and strong at the same time, maybe that's what I like the most. I also like how fits in the hand, it have a good ergonomic design. The material gives nice grip. I'm using it in a small rig with my Canon 7D, a little baseplate, 15mm rods, QR plate, follow focus and a LCD viewfinder (I left an image in the customer shared images so you can see how it looks). I'm thinking to get a second grip to complete a shoulder rig with two handles.I also tried it with my Olympus XZ-1 (point and shoot) and it is a BIG improvement specially because that kind of cameras are so small that is not easy to hold in a stable way when sooting video.I would give 4.5 stars instead of 5 just because cosmetic reasons. Some material is peeling off the platform edge and the logo decals fell off as soon as I took it out of the package but actually I like it more without it. Non of that affects the performace at all.I definitely recommend it. 5I love this thing I just love the feel and elegance to this pistol grip in a "run and gun" set up. I was trekking in the Himalayas and wanted to gain some stability for shooting video on my Canon 60D dSLR.On great advice from someone on amazon.com, I combined this pistol grip with a Manfrotto 323 RC2 Rapid Connect Adapter, and had myself a great little setup. Only problem - not inherent to the product itself - it almost looks too slick, and I think my setup was intimidating-looking to the folks I was trying to sort of shoot without being too conspicuous. So - I guess on balance that's something to consider - this doesn't help you and your camera blend into the woodwork, if that's part of your goal. 5
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  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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