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It's been fine with my Olympus setup but you must get the optional leash just in case . You need to rest a hand on it or keep it on quite tight.
Amazon Customer
· 09 July 2018
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It will work with any camera that has a standard screw fitting to allow the camera to be mounted on a tripod. The Joby strap is secured to the camera only by being screwed into that screw fitting on a camera. Therefore, I also use a Joby tether, to create a secondary connection between the camera and the strap, just in… see more It will work with any camera that has a standard screw fitting to allow the camera to be mounted on a tripod. The Joby strap is secured to the camera only by being screwed into that screw fitting on a camera. Therefore, I also use a Joby tether, to create a secondary connection between the camera and the strap, just in case the main screw-in connection comes loose. It never has. It rotates freely. see less It will work with any camera that has a standard screw fitting to allow the camera to be mounted on a tripod. The Joby strap is secured to the camera only by being screwed into that screw fitting on a camera. Therefore, I also use a Joby tether, to create a secondary connection between the camera and the strap, just in case the main screw-in connection comes loose. It never has. It rotates freely.
Nick Reader
· 28 August 2017
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It's works fine, I tested it when I got it, it's really strong and robust. It does what it claims to do. Just not quick to slip your hand out of them your mobile goes off.
Peter W.
· 29 January 2017
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Hi Holly, at its longest mine is around 32 inches. I'm a 44" chest and 6ft tall. At this length the camera will be sitting at the pocket of my jeans.
It can be adjust by a simple clasp.

Stoveman
· 13 April 2016
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Not at all. It's great.
MR N I GUNN
· 04 April 2018
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The Joby strap comes complete with the fitting attached to screw to connect for the tripod fixing, cannot see how you would connect via the side eyelet.
Barry Carter
· 05 June 2017
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I have a Fuji x70 which has the OEM half leather case which includes a wrist strap. The wrist strap is attached to to the X70 lug via a small split ring. The joby is about the same width as the one attached to my X70 and could only be used by fixing a small split ring to the X70 lug and then the strap to the ring.
M. Thompson
· 30 November 2016
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11 inches end to end (from camera body to the end of the loop)
Sounds long but gives enough reach without feeling like you have excess unnecesaary material

pj
· 27 December 2015
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No, this doesn't come with the tether. You have to buy the tether seperetly. Its very inlikly that the screw will fail ,its very secure
Blackspiritxl
· 04 April 2015
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I don't know about the m, however I use and trust it on a Leica with a cam strap QD, I'm sure it will work just fine. Try this link https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00A8EIPJQ/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o08_s01?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Good luck
Rick H
· 19 April 2017