Having a hand strap is a great accessory for anyone with a DLSR camera. The main problem with having these accessories is that they are hard to attach to the camera and take off when you do not need them anymore. Another constant irritation is trouble adjusting the tightness to keep it secure when walking or moving to looser to be able to reach the controls on the camera. Peak Design’s answer to these problems is the new Clutch hand strap.
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Apperance: The Peak Design Clutch design focuses on complimenting the aesthetic of the camera with clean lines and bold hardware. The red accents in the strap that matches the logo adds a nice touch to make it stand out. The hypalon pad is not bulky and looks very professional even if you are out taking portraits at your family reunion.
Ease Of Use: This strap can not be any easier to attach and detach from your camera with the anchor link connecting system. The custom design tension clip at the top offers easy intuitive controls. The Peak Design Clutch fits securely to any SLR camera even large body frames and cameras with battery grips.
Functionality: The quick-adjusting design is the feature that sets it apart from other straps on the market. Clutch is first quick-clinching and quick-connecting camera hand strap ever made. The cinching buckle makes it easy to adjust between a secure connection when you are waling around and an easy cradle to be able to reach all the camera controls when shooting.
Value: The Peak Design Clutch is a little steep at $39.95, but does come with a lifetime warranty on all parts. This is one of the best camera hand straps I have used, but I would rather spend an extra $20 for the Peak Design Slide.