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Intova Camera Hand Strap

Intova

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$15.99

About Intova Camera Hand Strap

The Intova Camera Hand Strap (CHS) is a Fully-Adjustable Hand Mount that is a Comfortable Strap allowing a Camera to be Securely-Mounted on your Hand. The CHS utilizes Neoprene and Nylon Construction for use in any Environment. It attaches to your camera with a 1/4"-20 Tripod Screw attached to a Quick-Release Shoe. The Shoe allows you to Remove-the-Camera from the Strap without Removing-the-Strap Entirely.

For those who Enjoy Underwater Photography, this Strap can be used with your Waterproof Camera to provide a Firm-Grip and Balance while Swimming. The CHS comes with an Adjustable Wrist Lanyard with Sliding Barrel Lock for a Secure-Fit. CHS is covered by a 12 month limited warranty.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 12 months.

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Intova Camera Hand Strap Features

  • Camera Hand Strap (CHS): Fully-Adjustable Hand Mount
  • Comfortable Strap Design
  • Allows Camera to be Securely-Mounted-On Hand
  • Neoprene and Nylon Construction for Use-in-Any Environment
  • Camera Attachment: 1/4"-20 Tripod Screw
  • Quick-Release Shoe: Allows Removal of Camera from Strap w/o Removing Strap from Hand
  • Great for Underwater Photography
  • Provides Firm-Grip and Balance while Swimming
  • Adjustable Wrist Lanyard with Sliding Barrel Lock for a Secure-Fit
  • 1 Year Limited Warranty

Intova Camera Hand Strap Specifications

Materials
Neoprene And Nylon
Compatibility
Cameras/Housings With 1/4"-20 Tripod Screw
Purpose
Hand Mount Of Camera
Attachment Type
Cameras/Housings: 1/4"-20 Tripod Screw, Hand: Strap And Adjustable Lanyard
Weight [with packaging]
0.15 lb
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Michael F  Is this Intova accessory convenient to record video while you monitor your wrist compass/computer?
Frank L  If you have the computer on the same arm, might be difficult, and will definitely affect the video.
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