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Old 29th September 2015
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Peak Design Clutch camera wrist-strap - essentially brand new

As seen here:
https://peakdesign.com/store/clutch

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Bought on impulse three or four weeks ago but found that the fit is not great on my E-M1. Even with the battery grip the
camera is a bit small for a comfortable fit with this strap. Better suited to a bigger DSLR body. Otherwise, it seems to be a very nicely put together strap.

One difference from the standard product: Instead of the "standard plate", it comes with the "dual plate", which fits most Manfrotto RC2 tripod heads.
https://peakdesign.com/store/standard-plate

https://peakdesign.com/store/dualplate

Manfrotto head compatibility info here:


https://support.peakdesign.com/hc/en-us/articles/202143695-What-types-of-Manfrotto-tripods-does-CapturePRO-PROplate-work-with-

I thought my tripod head was a type A by their definition, but it (a MN460MG) turned out to be type B and doesn't fit properly. It does fit the RC2 head on my monopod.

I've got another use for the standard plate, so have switched it for the dual-plate. This means that the camera can be attached to a suitable Manfrotto tripod with the wrist strap attached, which should make it even more attactive, I think, as you'd have to buy the dual plate as an (expensive) extra to get this ability.

Never used except to try it on the camera/tripod
Normally 31 with the standard plate... the dual-plate is an additional 25 or so while the standard plate is around 20, so you're getting 36-worth or thereabouts.
25 unboxed.

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Old 30th September 2015
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Re: Peak Design Clutch camera wrist-strap - essentially brand new

Just to comment I use these on both my EM1 and EM5 (plus 1part of grip on the 5) and strongly recommend them. I use the Arca Swiss plate and that works fine. To use effectively you have to get used to the adjustable nature of the strap.
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Re: Peak Design Clutch camera wrist-strap - essentially brand new

I am very interested but I need to check whether it is compatible with my Manfrotto head. I will confirm later this morning.
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Re: Peak Design Clutch camera wrist-strap - essentially brand new

Checked and will fit my heads. Please pm me.
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Re: Peak Design Clutch camera wrist-strap - essentially brand new

Now sold...
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Re: Peak Design Clutch camera wrist-strap - essentially brand new

Thanks Steve, Wrist strap received and an excellent piece of kit!
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Re: Peak Design Clutch camera wrist-strap - essentially brand new

Glad you've received it... thanks for the update.

Regards, Steve.
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