Thanks for the advice. I'll try to find a place to try one before I commit.bgeorge said:I have the hand grip. Little ackward to get your hand in at first. I don't like how it positions you hand, but each person would have to fit it to themselves.
I used on eon my film camera and then later on my D2h, i have to admit i never really got on with it, but i do suggest you go to a shop and try it and see if it suits you.SRA said:I am looking to try out the AH-4 hand grip by Nikon. Has anyone tried it on their D2x? Any comments or suggestions are welcome.
No worries, I'm in no rush and it doesn't take up much space in the bag :wink: . As to the neck strap, I have replaced mine with an Optech which has quick disconnects. So I just take the bulk of the strap off when I attach the hand strap. And, yes, they are a touch complex. As well there is the issue of attachment of the bottom plate, which actually works much better when I take my fitted base plate off first.SRA said:Retief,
Thank you for your very kind offer. I am hesitant to accept the audition as no one has offered a resounding yea on this complicated apparatus. Perhaps if I cannot work with the other straps I may come back to this, if that is okay with you.
P.S. What do you, the hand strap users, do with you neck strap? Is it still connected to the other side, discarded or applied on certain events? Thanks again for all your support and advice.
Robin,Robin Horlock said:Hey Scott,
Some of them look to be AH-4 Style straps and some are Markins/Kodak
style. Have a look, they are definately cheaper than the Markins or the