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Vivitar Grip - help plz

 
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Oct 16, 2010 21:25 |  #1

I have read the reviews and considering the Vivitar grip for my 5dM2. However, I have been unable to determine if the Vivitar has the accommodation (connector) for a hand strap as does the Canon. Can anyone confirm?

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Oct 17, 2010 01:11 |  #2

wmcy wrote in post #11110531 (external link)
I have read the reviews and considering the Vivitar grip for my 5dM2. However, I have been unable to determine if the Vivitar has the accommodation (connector) for a hand strap as does the Canon. Can anyone confirm?

Thank you.

Most of these grips are very generic, I haven't yet seen one without a strap lug on the base.


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Oct 17, 2010 04:58 |  #3

Thank you Lannes. That is what I was hoping.


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Oct 17, 2010 08:03 |  #4

wmcy wrote in post #11111932 (external link)
Thank you Lannes. That is what I was hoping.

This ebay ad shows that the vivitar powergrip deluxe has a strap lug

http://cgi.ebay.com …rgers&hash=item​4cf11e9091 (external link)


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