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Fujifilm Vertical Battery Grip X-T1 Battery Grip (Black)


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  • Comfortable and stable shooting experience when capturing vertical shots
  • Battery: 1 battery slot for NP-W126 (optional, not included) for extended battery life
  • The grip features the following controls: Shutter Button, Twin Command Dials, AF-L Button, AE-L Button and Focus Assist Button.
  • Weather Resistant
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Fujifilm Vertical Battery Grip X-T1 Battery Grip (Black) + Fujifilm NP-W126 Li-Ion Rechargeable Battery + Fujifilm Long  Eyecup EC-XT L for X-T1 (Black)
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Product Description

You can enjoy a more comfortable and stable shooting experience when capturing vertical shots with this convenient vertical grip. Weather Resistant - Battery: 1 battery slot for NP-W126 (optional, not included) for extended battery life - Center located tripod mount - Strip hole for Grip belt. The grip features the following controls: Shutter Button, Twin Command Dials, AF-L Button, AE-L Button and Focus Assist Button.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.6 x 3.3 x 3.3 inches ; 5.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 8.5 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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  • ASIN: B00I3BSY24
  • Item model number: Vertical Battery Grip X-T1
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • Manufacturer’s warranty can be requested from customer service. Click here to make a request to customer service.
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 28, 2014

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Customer Reviews

The fit is just perfect on my X-T1.
Tim Kimzey
Top-notch product and well-worth the money, especially if, like me, you have large hands and find mirrorless cameras difficult to hold.
Darren
Makes vertical shooting more pleasant.
Paul M. Simison

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35 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Tim Kimzey on March 10, 2014
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For me personally, vertical grips are almost a necessity. I just cannot maneuver cameras as well without a bottom grip, and I shoot nearly a 50-50 split of horizontal and vertical shots--sometimes even more vertical depending on the subject of course (portraits, bridals, basketball). I pre-ordered the battery grip at the same time as the body, because I knew I would just have to have it to work well for me ergonomically.

It isn't cheap. I mean that both ways: The price is kinda high for what it is, we all know that. Camera companies probably make more money on accessories than the actual bodies anyway. Lenses, grips, batteries. But it isn't cheaply-made either. It seems solid. The fit is just perfect on my X-T1. You need to take off a plastic cover over the contacts on grip(20!)and the rubber gasket over the contacts on the body and put the rubber cover into a recessed hole in the grip, align two strong pins on the edge of the grip that go into the body's bottom plate, then screw it down onto the camera. Easy enough.

There is a leathery-covering over the top plate of the grip. It something I haven't seen much of on other grips, but it looks nice for the 10 seconds you see it before attaching to your camera. And I do believe it may be functional. The very assuring way the grip aligns with the body as the grip is mounted is nice. There are NO squeaks once the two parts are perfectly joined. The grip does not ever feel loose or move around any. It's just the way it should be.

It does LOOK a bit big for what it is--which makes the camera look even more like a DSLR. That could be good or bad, certainly makes it taller, but its pretty slim (the cameras girth in general is much less than a DSLR).
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Robert Stacy on March 26, 2014
It improves the ergonomics of the camera greatly.

But also the big downside of the XT1 is the short battery life, so the ability to have a 2nd battery does make a big difference and allows for a reasonable day of shooting. Both batteries meters' show on the display, which is cool.

it is quality kit.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By High Acutance on March 29, 2014
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All the other cameras with battery grips that I've used have a plastic door protecting the contacts on the bottom of the camera. That door is either removed and stored in the grip (Canon), or when opened fits into a slot in the grip (Sony). With the Fuji, there's a rubber insert in the camera base, and a rubber cover for the contacts on the grip. Both are hard to keep track of, and likely to get lost. Other brands also have two batteries in the grip, which may then stay on the camera all the time. With the Fuji, one battery remains in the camera, and there is one in the grip. So to charge/change both batteries, one must detach the grip. Given the short life of the charged batteries, the grip is a valuable accessory. Battery grip design seems to have matured in other brands, and I don't see any advantage to Fuji's variations. However, I love the camera and the images it produces. It's a well-balanced package with the grip attached, and I love shooting portraits with the 56mm lens.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Chet Lee on May 1, 2014
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The camera battery compartment is not accessible with the grip attached. You'll have to remove the grip to get to the camera battery. The good part is that the camera uses the battery in the grip before the camera battery. Not an issue if you just need a vertical grip, but can be a problem if you need to change both batteries quickly.

My biggest problem with this is the distance and location of the function buttons in relation to thumb position when using the camera horizontally and vertically. I'm used to my Canon where the distance and position is relatively the same so my muscle memory for changing focus points is quick. Since it's different when going from vertical to horizontal on my X-T1, it's difficult for me to get it down quickly, and we all know how those function buttons don't feel so hot to begin with. As I understand it, focus and recompose is not a good technique specifically with these cameras so being able to quickly change focus points is important for me.

So far, because I am not skilled enough to adapt to the changes in relative location when shooting horizontally vs vertically, I can't switch focus points quickly enough. My thumb isn't really long enough and the buttons are so hard to find.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Tycoop on October 24, 2014
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For me, having the grip on this camera wasn't an option. I enjoy shooting vertically, and having the shutter release on the grip makes vertical shooting MUCH more intuitive. Vertical shooting aside, I also enjoy getting more battery life out of one charging session. You have to leave a battery in the camera while also having one in the grip, so you get roughly twice the battery life than you would without the grip. Of course, then you have to charge two batteries after a shoot.

It's not inexpensive...but it really helps this camera become more of a "normal", DSLR-like size, which makes it easier to handle, shooting vertically or horizontally. It fits perfectly on the X-T1. Similar to the grip on Nikon's D810, you line up the contacts, then spin the dial until it locks into place.

It balances out the camera quite well and doesn't feel overbearing or cumbersome. It feels as though its supposed to be there, as opposed to an afterthought accessory.

If you enjoy shooting vertically, I strongly recommend picking up one of these.
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