Hey this is Scott, and today we’re taking a quick look at a camera cage top handle made by RigLand. So, RigLand is a relatively new company but it seems like they’re doing some pretty good things. This is the first part I’ve used from them, but judging on its build quality I’m excited to see what else they come out with. The build quality of this is top notch. It’s solid, smooth and a good medium weight that gives it a quality feel without being unnecessarily heavy. All the holes and edges are very smoothly finished and it looks like they put a lot of attention to detail when making this. As mentioned, there are quite a lot of holes on here for mounting different accessories both on top and on the sides as well as on front. What I haven’t seen a lot of on metal handles though is a contoured grip. Some do have a metal build with a wooden handle, but a nice one can be much more expensive than this handle is. I’ve even seen some of those be surprisingly sub par in quality and unexpectedly not incredibly comfortable. This grip fits my fingers perfectly when it’s held straight. If I hold my hand at a slight angle, like holding the camera out in front of me, the end of the handle is cut a bit short though. If you hold it in the reversed position it’s again very comfortable on the fingers and generally a good size to grip tightly. But, once more I would appreciate just a little bit more length to have somewhere to rest my thumb. Overall though I’d give this grip a 4 out of 5 in terms of comfort. There’s not a whole lot more to say about this besides I really enjoy using it and would definitely recommend it. It would be great to see them extend it just a little bit longer, but the shape and position of the grip contours are perfect where they are. I’d also love to see an alternate version with a quick release NATO attachment instead of screws, making it easy to switch between handles or simply remove it for different purposes or transportation. If you have any questions or comments be sure to leave them down below. If you enjoyed this video or found it helpful, don’t forget to give it a thumbs up, subscribe to see more in the future and hit that little bell icon to get notifications of new content. As always, thank you for watching.