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Fujifilm X-Pro 1 Assist Grip


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  • Enables a more secure hold on the camera
  • Molds to the lines of the camera body.
  • Excellent balance and feel
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Fujifilm X-Pro 1 Assist Grip + Fujifilm X-Pro 1 16MP Digital Camera with APS-C X-Trans CMOS Sensor (Body Only) + Fujifilm NP-W126 Li-Ion Rechargeable Battery
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 2.8 x 2.4 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B007JGAR8S
  • Item model number: X-PRO1 Assist Grip
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 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: March 9, 2012

Product Description

X-Pro 1 Assist Grip gives you a more secure hold on the camera and more finger space around the lens. The accessory grip smoothly molds to the lines of the camera body for a uniform look. It gives excellent balance and feel, especially when using the 60mm lens.

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Customer Reviews

It covers the batter and memory card door. is rather clumsy to use and remove, and difficult to store/carry.
SpencerC
This grip adds a slight bit of height to the camera and extends the grip, perfect for larger hands or if you just want the camera to have better balance in your hands.
Bradley Hanson
Nicely built, high quality feel, but on first impression I don't notice a big difference/improvement in camera grasp from holding the body without the hand grip.
xp1 user

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By xp1 user on April 6, 2012
Nicely built, high quality feel, but on first impression I don't notice a big difference/improvement in camera grasp from holding the body without the hand grip. It is still a small camera and small hand grip, so you can't expect it to fill up your hand like a full sized SLR. All plastic, except for the sleek metal retaining ring and screw. You will have to remove it each time you pull the battery or memory card, which seems stupid. Why they didn't make a hole in the bottom is beyond me. I may return it unless I find it easier to grasp the camera during a day's use.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By MS on April 27, 2012
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Let's just get this out of the way first; yeah, it's overpriced. No way around it. I hesitated for quite some time because of the price alone. But after using the Xpro1 for awhile now, I realized my initial excitement about the camera has only intensified the more I've gotten to know it, so I know that buying an accessory for it means it will be put to good use for a long time. To my perfectly-average sized male hands, the grip adds just enough extra to give a much more secure grip. It also adds a lot to the comfort of carrying the camera. As others have pointed out, it doesn't add a large amount of extra area to grasp, but I think this is the great part about it: if it were smaller, it wouldn't be enough, but if it were bigger, it would take away from the stealthy nature of the camera. The grip's design does not appear to be an afterthought on Fuji's part. It is very sturdy, fits perfectly, and can be put on or taken off with ease. It adds a lot to the camera for me.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By JustAFilmGuy on April 24, 2012
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I completely agree with the other reviewer that this X-PRO-1 grip is rather expensive. Still, after spending 1700 dollars for just a camera body, what's another hundred dollars, eh?

The side of this grip is only the height of a few fingers, so the user has no obstruction in reaching the OVF/EVF toggle switch. Plus, the grip has a good finish, matches the XP1 perfectly, is made of a sturdy metal "L", with a rubber base and plastic cover screwed onto the metal frame. A centered tripod screw hole is placed next to the thumbscrew on the grip base. When combined with a "Thumbs-Up" thumb-grip device, this XP1 grip will afford the user a very secure hold.

Alas, I can only give it 4 stars. It must have been 82 Yen sake night when the Fuji Engineers designed this grip without a rectangular hole to reach the battery compartment. :)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By yeiter on November 17, 2013
Having a good grip on the xpro is important...this grip, besides being fairly expensive for what it actually is, is problematic in that it covers the battery/sd card latch. I looked at Really Right Stuff's bracket and came close to buying it because it solved that problem and additionally had capacity to attach to an Arca Swiss ballhead...but it was close to a couple hundred bucks. And then I found this product called IShoot of which I was highly suspect...it was reportedly built as well as the RRS bracket, did not cover the battery and had an even better grip...AND all for about the same price as the Assist Grip by Fuji film...and it too was designed to mount in portrait or landscape mode on an arca swiss ballhead. So I took the chance and ordered one from ebay via China and have been delighted!!! It is all metal, fits the xpro like a glove, feels great, and frankly looks quite cool on the camera. Just get on to ebay and look up Ishoot grip...for $69 it is a no brainer!!!
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I bought this mostly to help the handling when using the XF 55-200mm zoom lens. Without this grip, the lens goes below the bottom of the camera, making setting it on a flat surface uncomfortable (camera/lens sorta roll to the side). Handling with this larger lens is also awkward with the shallow grip of the X-Pro1.

Adding this grip solves both of the above issues. Camera/lens how rests flat and the grip is very confident. If you plan to use the 55-200mm often, you need to add a grip to your X-Pro1.

I've found using this grip with the primes (18mm and 35mm) is also beneficial in confident hand holding. First, it gives more comfort for single handed holding. It also adds some useful bulk to the camera, which actually assists in holding for both the left and right hands. The only downside to using with 35mm prime is it will fall forward into the hood. I don't remember if this was happening with the 18mm and I doubt it will happen with the 27mm pancake lens.

I don't find removal to access the battery or memory card an issue. Removal is super quick, and mounting it back on is just as easy. People who complain about this are too picky. I prefer the cost savings and dont need the arca swiss mount of the more expensive new grip.
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Although fairly expensive for what it is, This device makes the camera more secure and usable. I was able to find one for a little better price on Amazon marketplace so I became a happy camper. I'm really glad I bought this unit.
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By Kgsmith on March 4, 2014
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I have large hands and I like how this improves the feel of the camera. The only drawback is that it needs to be removed to change the battery or memory card. I often have the Really Right Stuff base plate on the camera instead which does not have this problem but also improves the feel, albeit in a different way.
If the camera, as it exists, feels comfortable for an individual, then this would not be a necessity.
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