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For housings not listed below, the Universal Bracket is required. Please select the correct option from the drop down menu above based on the housing you own.
This handstrap is compatible with the Large size handles that come standard on the Nauticam Housings. The size is not in reference to your hand size. If you changed your handles out to the smaller versions please choose this handstrap.
The Nauticam Handstrap for DSLR Housing is a great addition to provide extra security with holding your Nauticam DSLR housing, as well as additional support when working with the housing one handed.
This handstrap attaches to the right handle (shutter side) using two brackets that attach above and below the handle. (You do not remove the handle). Housings produced prior to the release of this handstrap require the addition of a bracket on the top of the handle in order to attach the handstrap. Please refer to the list below to ensure you purchase the correct pieces.
If you own a DSLR housing different than any stated above you must select the option for handstrap plus universal bracket in the drop down menu above.
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