Excerpt: Having one hand will help me hold my Nikon D5300 camera to take photos and those fast shots you wouldn't get with Camera sitting on your pack. So not just for Disable people Anyone! Plus has a Tripod socket to put a mount on it to put Camera on my Tripod !
Excerpt: I needed something to attach my D800 to my hand as traditional neck/shoulder straps aren't always the most convenient. This grip is by far the best that I have found and if it were sold at a reasonable price I likely would be pleased with my purchase. As it is, this grip is grossly overpriced. Nikon has a well earned reputation for the excellent performance of most of their high-end cameras.
Excerpt: A valuable accessory when carrying your DSLR camera. Being an extension of your arm it lightens the weight of your camera. It is very secure, comfortable, especially after several days use, and quick to release. BUT combine it with a Back Rapid RS 7 curved shoulder strap you have the perfect combination needed for the enthusiastic camera traveller. You can quickly attach the RS 7 strap to the Nikon AH-4 Hand Grip Strap and release the AH-4 to free both hands.
Excerpt: I have tried a lot of hand grips none of which worked all that well (hard to adjust, did not stay attached to the tripod socket well, too large for small hands), ffinally decided to try the one from Nikon. Finally a hand grip that works with or without the motor drive, easy to adjust over a wide range of hand sizes (mine are small, partner's are very large and works very well for us both).