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Got it thanks. Is there a recommended wrist strap that will go along with this? And are they easily swappable?
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Got one. Thank you!
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Got it thanks. Is there a recommended wrist strap that will go along with this? And are they easily swappable?

You could get their hand strap and use either baseplate. That way you'll be able to swap out from a shoulder strap to a hand one relatively easily.

https://www.peakdesign.com/products/clutch
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You could get their hand strap and use either baseplate. That way you'll be able to swap out from a shoulder strap to a hand one relatively easily.

https://www.peakdesign.com/products/clutch
Note the Clutch only works with DSLR but not mirrorless since mirrorless shutter release button doesn't stick out of the camera body
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Got one thanks.
For anyone wondering, this is the 3rd version, the newest one.
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Got it thanks. Is there a recommended wrist strap that will go along with this? And are they easily swappable?
The other guy linked the clutch, but they also have a nice wrist strap. My wife uses it with her phone (loop the thing through a hole in the case) so she doesn't have to worry about accidentally dropping it while taking pictures near a cliff or off the side of a boat. I do the same thing with my dslr when I want it off the strap and am stretching for a shot.

Has anyone tried using these with a manpurse? I mostly carry an ultralight laptop, a notebook, and maybe some other light stuff. Normal strap that comes with bags are too bulky and hard to adjust.
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Note the Clutch only works with DSLR but not mirrorless since mirrorless shutter release button doesn't stick out of the camera body
What does the shutter release button have to do with it? It attaches via an eyelet/ring and the anchor mount. It does assume a sizeable camera, so smaller cameras might not fit well. It doesn't look like it'd be so tight that one couldn't reach the shutter button on a mirrorless camera... unless one makes it so.
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As of 2:20 EST I'm seeing **Sold Out**
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What does the shutter release button have to do with it? It attaches via an eyelet/ring and the anchor mount. It does assume a sizeable camera, so smaller cameras might not fit well. It doesn't look like it'd be so tight that one couldn't reach the shutter button on a mirrorless camera... unless one makes it so.
You can read the review about Clutch on amazon, also Peak Design own web site ("not for mirrorless"). Or just buy one try it yourself, like me. No point to challenge something you don't know. In order to reach the shutter release of a mirrorless, you need to make the Clutch go between your index and middle finger, unfortunately that portion of Clutch is too wide for that.
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You can read the review about Clutch on amazon, also Peak Design own web site ("not for mirrorless"). Or just buy one try it yourself, like me. No point to challenge something you don't know. In order to reach the shutter release of a mirrorless, you need to make the Clutch go between your index and middle finger, unfortunately that portion of Clutch is too wide for that.
I asked because I didn't know... so thanks for suggesting the Amazon reviews. Looks like the people having trouble with mirrorless cameras were trying to hit the shutter button using the index finger. Based on the action shots [peakdesign.com], I surmise the strap is designed to go between the thumb and the index finger. My camera is small enough that I could comfortably hit the shutter button with either my thumb or my index finger, and I probably use either finger equally frequently without thinking about it. Using the Clutch would then constrain the photographer to using the thumb, which would probably also limit use of an EVF. Then there's the size issue.
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I asked because I didn't know... so thanks for suggesting the Amazon reviews. Looks like the people having trouble with mirrorless cameras were trying to hit the shutter button using the index finger. Based on the action shots [peakdesign.com], I surmise the strap is designed to go between the thumb and the index finger. My camera is small enough that I could comfortably hit the shutter button with either my thumb or my index finger, and I probably use either finger equally frequently without thinking about it. Using the Clutch would then constrain the photographer to using the thumb, which would probably also limit use of an EVF. Then there's the size issue.
They have a guide on their website about it:

https://support.peakdesign.com/hc...cameras%20

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Clutch does not work well if the following conditions apply to your setup:

1. Your shutter button is directly in line with your strap connector. It's difficult to reach the shutter with a hand strap as it is, and this alignment will make it nearly impossible.

2. Your strap connection occurs in the middle of the camera body. Clutch needs to connect at the top of your camera.

3. You have no or very little grip. Clutch depends on having a decent sized surface of the camera to hold your hand against.
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