Grip Extension for EP1

Brian Mosley

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Hi Djarum,

how do you carry your E-P1? I find that having a neck strap makes the camera easy to keep stable - I'll often walk with my hand resting on the camera, holding it down in tension slightly.

It would actually be quite easy to have a grip enhancement made for the E-P1, due to the manner the leather pad is attached... just a moment, I remember seeing something :

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From this flickr stream.

If you e-mail Richard Franiec, I'm sure he'd be able to produce something!

Cheers

Brian
 

capp

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Side Grip

Has anyone tried a sidegrip for the Olympus EP1, something close to the Voigtlander side grip? Will it work or fit or maybe a different one? My thumb keeps hitting the thumb wheel. The newer camera doesn't have one maybe a good reason to buy it in the future.
 

Djarum

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I have the same problem and have wondered about a side grip or a thicker grip in general. I don't have the problem of my thumb doing something at the time of the shot. I just have trouble changing ISO or WB when I'm wanting to change EV or shutter speed.
 
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