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    Default Use of Handstrap

    Can't help but notice that dslr handstraps are selling at ard $40 and still ppl willing to buy.

    What are the benefits of using the handstraps? Minimize handshake?
    Someone please enlighnten me...thanks!

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    Default Re: Use of Handstrap

    IMO to secure it round your hand in case you lose grip of your camera...(that is when you not using the neck strap)

    correct me if I am wrong

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    you can rest your hand with it hanging on your hand for fast reaction

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    Default Re: Use of Handstrap

    It makes the brand of my camera more visable on the side... i've yet to find a way for ppl to see the brand from all angle...

    anyway, handstrap is to strap hand lor.. dun think too much lah, photography stuff are never cheap... 1 small piece of plastic to cover the flash mount also cost 12 bucks... din see anybody ranting yet...
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    Default Re: Use of Handstrap

    Handstrap is useful when taking vertical photos, only if you are using DSLR/SLRs, cause of the heavier weight.

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    Default Re: Use of Handstrap

    Quote Originally Posted by Del_CtrlnoAlt
    It makes the brand of my camera more visable on the side... i've yet to find a way for ppl to see the brand from all angle...

    anyway, handstrap is to strap hand lor.. dun think too much lah, photography stuff are never cheap... 1 small piece of plastic to cover the flash mount also cost 12 bucks... din see anybody ranting yet...

    I hate to say this but after reading some of the dimmest threads today and then I stumble onto this one...and...you have the best and most relevant answer! hehehehehehehe.......

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    Lightbulb Re: Use of Handstrap

    not minimise handshake, minimise hand or fingers fatigue.

    Quote Originally Posted by exhibitj
    Can't help but notice that dslr handstraps are selling at ard $40 and still ppl willing to buy.

    What are the benefits of using the handstraps? Minimize handshake?
    Someone please enlighnten me...thanks!

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    Where can i find 3rd party or original handstrip ? About what price for either ?

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    Default Re: Use of Handstrap

    Quote Originally Posted by Del_CtrlnoAlt
    It makes the brand of my camera more visable on the side... i've yet to find a way for ppl to see the brand from all angle...

    anyway, handstrap is to strap hand lor.. dun think too much lah, photography stuff are never cheap... 1 small piece of plastic to cover the flash mount also cost 12 bucks... din see anybody ranting yet...
    Errr....,

    Original Nikon Flash mount cover S$3.00 at Lords Lucky Plaza.

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