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Battery Grip with Holder for Nikon D7000 Camera
This is a battery grip with holder for Nikon D7000 camera. It holds one EN-EL15 battery or 6 AA batteries to double your shooting time.
ITEM#: 13911248This is a battery grip with holder for Nikon D7000 camera. It holds one EN-EL15 battery or 6 AA batteries to double your shooting time.
- AE-L / AF-L button
- Main command dial
- Attachment wheel
- Holder power connector cover
- Mounting screw
- Shutter release button
- Control lock
- Sub-command dial
- Power terminals
- Battery terminals
- Battery magazine (Fits 6 x AA Batteries/ 1 x EN-EL15; batteries NOT included)
- Tripod socket
- Materal: Durable hard plastic
- Color: Black
- Includes detailed user manual
- Replacement for MB-D11 battery grip
- Compatible with: Nikon D7000 camera
Warning: California residents only, please note per Proposition 65 that this product may contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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Cool product I like it its handy and awesome..........Read More
Thanks so much I love my battery grip its served me well so far! I see no problems with itRead More
I purchased this to add a little extra battery life and stability when taking portrait shots and it works great.Read More
The button to take picture with does not work. Will be returning!Read More
Looks like original Nikon body fits well feels good but joystick is little off centered but works fine How ever AA battery pack don't work well always indicate low power It is about year old now with about 20000 shots stil works wellRead More
First I was a bit apprehensive to purchase a generic knock-off. However the price was right, it functions flawlessly. Loaded it with AA batteries and left these in for several weeks no problem with drainage. Batteries retained the charge. Thus far I shot well over 1000 pics.Read More
I just received this grip yesterday and just installed it this morning. So far I like it. Can't compare it to the Nikon Brand because I have not seen it in person. But this grip is perfect for me. It will shoot sideways and it also has a knob to control the settings. I would recommend this and plus shipping was quick. It was slated to be delievered today, 12/22/2011, but received it yesterday. Plus it will help out with my trip overseas in taking pictures. Great Product!Read More
I have used this grip a couple of times and it worked fine. I have only used it with a second Nikon battery which gives me heaps of shooting power even when using my SB600 hot shoe flash unit. The portrait aspect release button works well but is a little sticky at times. IT IS GREAT VALUE AND I AM HAPPY WITH MY PURCHASE.Read More
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The grip will not be compatible with the Nikon D600 body.
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