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SmallRig Right Side Wooden Hand Grip with Record Start/Stop Remote Trigger for Sony Mirrorless Cameras HSR2511

SKU:
HSR2511
$139.00
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(5 reviews) Write a Review
Weight:
0.40 KGS
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Designer: Jeff Rock

SmallRig Right Side Wooden Hand Grip with Record Start/Stop Remote Trigger for Sony Mirrorless Cameras HSR2511

Key features:
1. Designed for Sony mirrorless cameras.
2. Remote control of the camera. 
3. Made of handcrafted rosewood, comfortable and attractive.
4. The handgrip can be adjustable with a range of 360°
5. Ergonomic design provides a comfortable grip.

SmallRig Right Side Wooden Hand Grip with Record Start/Stop Remote Trigger for Sony Mirroless Cameras HSR2511 is an extremely handcrafted rosewood grip, which is applied in shoulder mounting system or handheld shooting. You can adjust the position of Arri rosette up with a range of 360°according to your need. It is lightweight and exquisite, very comfortable to be held with the smooth surface.The start/stop switch is compatible with most cameras that use the Sony MULTI protocol, such as the Sony A7II/A7III/A6000/A6500 and so on. The camera can be controlled remotely without any shake.

Note:
1.Before using this product, please confirm that the connection end is a Arri rosette female base.
2.Please choose SmallRig rosette mount 1939 or SAP2804 if you want to use this handgrip on a SmallRig camera cage. 

Compatibility:
Sony A7/A7R/A7S
Sony A7II/A7RII/A7SII
Sony A7III/A7RIII
Sony A7R IV
Sony A9/A9 II
Sony A5100/A6000/A6100/A6300/A6400/A6500/A6600
Sony RX100 III/RX100 IV/RX100 V/RX100 VI/RX100 VII

Package Includes:
1 x Right Side Wooden Grip with Arri Rosette
1 x Hex Spanner
1 x Remote Control Cable

Product Dimensions: 97x76x100mm
Package Dimensions: 140 x 135 x 75mm
Net Weight: 290g
Package Weight: 395g

Material(s): wood+Aluminum Alloy

*Please note the import tax may occur.

 

Reviews

  • 4
    Love the handle BUT...

    Posted by Pali Kaaihue on 18th Jun 2020

    I purchased this as a follow up to my Sony A7riv smallrig cage, it would've been nice to know you need the SmallRig Arri #1939 to be able to attach it to the cage in the first place! Now I see the description in the body of the product page but it really should be highlighted a bit more.

  • 5
    Sony wooden Handle

    Posted by David Oastler on 18th Jun 2020

    This handle is amazing the quailiy is first class. It makes shooting video hand held a breeze.

  • 4
    SMALLRIG RIGHT SIDE WOODEN HAND GRIP WITH RECORD START/STOP REMOTE TRIGGER FOR SONY MIRRORLESS CAMERAS HSR2511

    Posted by Nikolay Eremin on 17th Jun 2020

    Would be nice to ad few more options:

    1) inside battery grip make a battery compartment for two Li-Ion 18650 or Sony Np type battery to power sony a6500 camera

    2) add multi interface (may be physical switch) between LANC interface and SonyA interface

    3) Add zoom button

    4) may be add cold shoe mount (but not necessary)

    I'm ready to pay for it at least 200-250$

  • 5
    SMALLRIG RIGHT SIDE WOODEN HAND GRIP WITH RECORD START/STOP REMOTE TRIGGER FOR SONY MIRRORLESS CAMERAS

    Posted by Brian Murphy on 3rd Jun 2020

    What a beautifully crafted piece by SmallRig! The grip is comfortable to hold and the remote works perfectly. I bought the Nato rail to Arri rosette clamp and 46mm Nato rail as well. It snaps on my camera in seconds and off the same making setup in the field super easy. This is a much accessory for hand held shooting with your Sony A7iii or similar. Bravo SmallRig!

  • 5
    right side wood handle for sony mirrorless start/stop trigger

    Posted by Keeshan Ganatra on 1st Jun 2020

    Have used it a few times and love it! What's great is the size, location of the mount, and even the cable. I was about to purchase another company's trigger handle for my a7iii, when this popped up on my feed. First, it was over $100 cheaper. Second, with the mount being located at the bottom, allows camera, cage, and handle to sit down on a table flush and not lopsided. Third, the cable is a USB C and USB micro, vs the other company's handle was true genlock/camera cable. I've used it a few times and have enjoyed it thus far!