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I've got an A7ii and I'm looking at the Peak Design Capture Clip Pro.  For anyone using this, do you have any issues with the pro plate interfering with the battery door or sticking out the front and back and possibly interfering with the screen?  There's an older micro plate, is this necessary?  Thoughts?

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I use the Peak Design Capture Clip Pro on my A7mII.  No issue at all with battery door access or tilt screen.  Older micro plate not necessary. Their new Clutch handstrap also works very well with the A7mII.

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I have the Peak Design Clutch on my new A7 Mk ii.  Have only used it for a few weeks.  It really helps when holding the camera in profile (vertical).  It takes lots of stress off your wrist.  Particularily useful when on the floor/ground photographing children/babies.  I think this product will negate the need for a vertical grip for me.

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I have the Micro plate, works fine on the a7rii; was slightly inconvenient on the a7r as the screen had to be pulled directly out from the camera, not simply tilted down as the tolerance was quite tight. Will trade up for the larger plate that comes with the Clutch (thanks for the reviews mcguyver and sos!)

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