- Product Dimensions:: 9 x 3.7 x 15.5 cm ; 54.4 g
- Shipping Weight: 59 g
- ASIN: B00KOUIBRU
- Date first available at Amazon.sg: 18 June 2019
- Customer reviews:
Sony AGR2 Attachment Grip (Black)
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- Just fitting, exclusive for DSC-RX100, DSC-RX100M2 or DSC-RX100M3
- Easy shooting to fit comfortably with Elastomer material
- Attachment Grip
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Sony AGR2 Attachment Grip
Enhance the hold of the body:
Allowing more comfortable and stable shooting.
Just-fit designed in black to complement your camera for a totally integrated look.
This durable attachment grip secures your hold over the body of your camera, allowing more comfortable and stable shooting. Tough and lightweight, the grip also makes it easy to snap photos on the fly, without fear of dropping your camera.
- Securely hold your camera to shoot selfies with ease
- Slim and lightweight, so it doesn't add bulk
- An elastomer and poly carbonate-like material protects against scratches
- Doesn't detract from the appearance of your camera
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The grip comes with a peel off backing covering the sticky back of the grip. I aligned it on the camera by pressing against the side of the lens and then squared up with the rest of the camera face. The camera front edge curves down and the grip shape matches perfectly. I was pleased with the installation first try, which is good because I doubt that it could have been pulled off.
I think it looks fantastic. It looks like it could have been original equipment. The picture of it on the camera is rather dusty. It's been in use outside.
I really like the feel of this grip. It matches the small grip on the back of the camera. It adds a little security with sculpted edge. It doesn't interfere with any of the camera operations. The craftsmanship is beautifully detailed and functions well. I believe it was a good addition for this camera.
I found myself very nervous holding the camera before the grip. It's got a slick feeling little body with very little space to actually hold the unit. This is what makes it such a phenomenal go anywhere pocket sized camera...the down side is that lack of space makes it funky to hold. I always use a wrist strap when holding it for fear of dropping and admittedly I experienced a few bobbles/near misses before we got the grip.
We got the grip and after waiting the required overnight for the grip to adhere well we are snapping pics like mad. The true test is we went for a drive earlier, gorgeous cloud day, I was snapping away like mad and it wasn't until we were coming home I even thought about how I was holding it.
That's how a camera should feel, just an extension of yourself to help you capture the moment.
This grip helps that connection.
It was fast to assemble. Literally peel and stick. We made sure to wipe down the area the adhesive would stick to on the camera with a bit of rubbing alcohol to remove any greasy fingerprints. Lined it up, stuck it down, waited over night...easy.
The grip doesn't poke out any further than the lens. Also it matches the tint bit of grip material that was already a part of the camera body on the back.
Like I said, I wish we didn't have to get it but an afterthought by the camera company is better than not addressing this issue at all.
I was a little put off by the price...I think for what it physically is they are charging way more than need to...but if I think of how awesome the camera is and if that camera's overall price had been $14.99 more would it have been worth getting that camera still? ...heck yeah.
This camera rocks. So in my head I am just pretending the camera cost $14.99 more instead of admitting I paid that for a wee bit of a wedge of rubber and sticky tape. haha Feel free to use that justification for yourselves as well :)
I cannot tell you how many times I almost dropped this camera due to the lack of grips on the camera body. I actually got into the practice of wrapping the carrying strap around my wrist every time I used it just in case my hands got slippery.
I'm not sure how I even found out this accessory existed, but man I'm so glad I did. I don't have to think or stress nearly as much when I hold the camera and I hold it now with a lot more confidence. However, I do still wear the strap around my wrist because his camera costs too much to take the risk of dropping.