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Get a Grip with Flipbac Camera Grips

by Shane McGlaun
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I have a Nikon D80 DSLR that has a big grip that is easy to get a hold of even if your palms are sweaty from the 657-degree Texas summer heat. I also have a little Sony point and shoot camera that is very thin and slippery that would be dead now if not for the wrist strap since it’s so hard to get a grip on. If you have a slippery camera like my Sony, you need the Flipbac Camera Grip.

These grips are little chunks of silicone with 3M adhesive on the back that stick to the front of your camera like a sticker. The Flipbac Camera Grips are offered in three styles including the G1, G2, and G3 grips. All three grips are the same size and install the same way.

The grips should fit just about any camera with a large enough face for a grip measuring 38mm (h) x 22mm (w). It looks like the grips will offer a much better hold on your camera and the raised portion is 6mm tall. You can order up any of the three styles for $9.99(USD) right now over at Flipbac.

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