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Canon E2: Picture 1 regular $44.95

About Canon E2

The Canon Camera Strap E2 is a hand strap for the EOS 60D digital SLR camera. It enables a more secure grip and one-handed operation of the 60D.

The Canon E2 is commonly used for Everyday and more.The Canon E2 is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Canon E2: Easy to use, Lightweight and Reliable

Summary of Customer Reviews

(6)
Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Easy to use (5),Lightweight (4),Reliable (4),Durable (3)
Best Uses:
Everyday (5),Macro photography (3),Portraits (3),Travel (3)

Canon E2 Reviews

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4.5

(based on 6 reviews)

83%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Ratings Distribution

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

I would buy this product again

The Canon E2 hand strap can be used together with the regular camera strap while an off-brand one cannot.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

OK if you really want a hand strap

I like using a handstrp rather than a neck strap. This Canon version does not work as well as the original HS for Canon film SLRs. Hard to install and does not allow as much hand movement as the old model. impossible to use in vertical position. If you like using a HS this is your only choice. I suspect I will have to go back to a neck strap in time.

Reviewed by 6 customers

 
5.0

Excellent Product

By

from Nashville, TN  -  Professional

This strap is secure and comfortable. I highly recommend it!

(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

This is a very comfortable Strap

By

from Hot Springs National Park,  -  Semi-Professional

I had ordered this with my new Canon 6D camera. It's very comfortable, and I don't feel my camera is going to slip out of my fingers to easy. Thankfully that's never happened. But this strap gives me a little more insurance with longer lenses. The only thing that you can't seem to do is use the around the neck camera strap that comes with a camera and this strap at the same time. Hmmm...unless you added a clip on device on the right side. But maybe two straps could be little awkward for some. If you're shooting portraits this strap alone gives you a lot more freedom and more safer too. I'm glad I bought it. it's good quality. Good job Canon! I just bought a Canon 6D WOW what a camera. I've been buying from Adorama since 2007 I'm shooting with the Canon 70-200 f/4L IS lens and this strap gives me a lot of freedom by itself. Get it! While it's a little more expensive then compatibles, it's very comforable for my small hand and you can tighten it as much as you want. It's worth it.

 
4.0

Canon Hand Strap E2

By

from Honolulu, Hawaii  -  Professional

It has a thicker PAD than the E1 but is Smaller in size

(4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

I would buy this product again

By

from Seattle, WA  -  Casual user

The Canon E2 hand strap can be used together with the regular camera strap while an off-brand one cannot.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Try it - You'll like it

By

from Kansas  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

Using and carrying a camera with a "hand strap" takes a little getting used to. But, once you do get used to it, you won't want to go back to the 'ol neck strap. It's more secure than a neck strap and gives the feel that you have more control over the camera.

(1 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

OK if you really want a hand strap

By

from Huntington Beach, CA  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

I like using a handstrp rather than a neck strap. This Canon version does not work as well as the original HS for Canon film SLRs. Hard to install and does not allow as much hand movement as the old model. impossible to use in vertical position. If you like using a HS this is your only choice. I suspect I will have to go back to a neck strap in time.

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Shopper  Hello, does this strap fit the Rebel Xsi?
FRED W  I have the 60D so I really don't know. Why don't you compare the physical dimensions or look at them next to one another. The key would be the attachment points distance. The upper attachment point is to the neck strap point on the upper right looking at camera's back and the lower attachment point is the tripod attachment point on the camera bottom. If the distance around the camera sides between the two attachment points is about the same you should be okay. For the 60D that distance is about 6 1/8 inches. Good luck. I like the hand strap.
Shopper  Can I use this one for t3i?
MATT V  I think so. It seems like it is universal. I use it on the 60d and it works great.
Paul L  Why does the Adorama product description say the Canon E2 Handstrap is for the 60D camera? Can't this item be used on the 7D as well? What's the difference between the E1 and E2 handstrap?
FRED B  The Canon E1 Strap: one end attaches to the upper eyelet and the other end attaches to the lower eyelet. The Canon E2 Strap: one end attaches to the upper eyelet and the other end which comes with a Removable Tripod Socket Adapter screws to the camera body's tripod socket. I own both straps, however, since I am used to the strap attached to the eyelets, I discarded the Removable Tripod Socket Adapter from my E2 strap and used the lower eyelet. You shouldn't have problems using either straps on 60D or the 7D - it's just a matter of preference. I hope this helps. BTW, if this is your first time to use a strap, get the E2 and use the Removable Tripod Socket Adapter, it has its pros & cons which you will discover depending how often you use a tripod.
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