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NEEWER Battery Grip Holder For Canon EOS 70D Camera DSLR Replacement For BG-E14

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Battery Grip for Canon
  • Large capacity battery grip designed for EOS 70D
  • Powered by up to two Battery Pack LP-E6, six AA-size/LR6 batteries or optional AC Adapter Kit ACK-E6
  • Improved ergonomics for comfortable holding
  • Features a variety of operating controls: shutter button, Main Dial, multi-controller, AF point selection button, AE lock/FE lock button, AF start button, and multi-function button
  • Ideal for high volume and easy vertical shooting
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Color: Battery Grip for Canon
  • Item Weight: 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B00FFZM8RI
  • Item model number: 10068923
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (118 customer reviews)
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Color: Battery Grip for Canon

NEEWER Battery Grip Holder For Canon EOS 70D Camera DSLR Replacement For BG-E14


The product specifications and exterior are subjected to change without notice.

The Neewer BG-70D battery grip is designed for the Canon EOS 70D digital SLR and offers the user multiple power options plus vertical control. The Neewer BG-70D battery grip also makes holding your 70D in the vertical or portrait position more comfortable. Shutter release, main dial, AF Point Selection, AF/FE Lock, Index, Aperture, Exposure Compensation Button and Reduce Button functions are all replicated on the grip, making operation of the camera more convenient when shooting in the portrait format. Features shutter button, Main Dial, multi-controller, AF point selection button, AE lock/FE lock button, AF start button, and multi-function button.

Improved ergonomics
Features a variety of operating controls
Can be used with LP-E6 battery packs, or 6 AA batteries

The BG-70D will hold up to 2 Canon LP-E6 batteries to offer a greater shooting duration and also can be used with 6 AA batteries. This not only increases shooting times but also means that the universally available AA batteries can be used in the event that your lithium ion batteries fail.


Specifications
  • Battery: one or two Battery Packs LP-E6 (not included) or six-AA/LR6 Alkaline batteries(not included)
  • Power switch: Camera’s power switch
  • Possible shots: Refer to your camera’s Instruction Manual.
  • Working humidity range: O°C- +40°C-/32°F-104°F
  • Working humidity: 85% or less
  • Dimensions: Approx. 145.6(W) ×113.3(H) ×85.3(D) mm/5.7(W) ×4.4(H) ×3.4(D) in.
  • Weight: Approx. 295g/10.4 oz. (without batteries and battery magazine)

Customer Reviews

No need to buy the pricey Canon grip.
Joseph M. Miller
I shoot weddings and events and this battery grip helps my camera last 10+ hours!
martina aleksandrova
It is very well constructed and fits the camera perfectly.
Daren Hammond

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

31 of 32 people found the following review helpful By C. Michaels on October 12, 2013
Color Name: Battery Grip for Canon Verified Purchase
First of all, I'll start this by saying I've never used the Canon version. As a matter of fact, I've never used the Canon grips with any of my camera bodies. So this review will be focusing on how well the "NEEWER" battery grip (mine's actually branded "Voking") works for me.

The built quality seems good- it has a good amount of rubbery grip, and is quite substantial in the hand. When held in the vertical position, the grip is noticeably thicker than the 70D when held in normal position- but this is fine with me. Perhaps users with smaller hands might have an issue. All of the buttons work well, but the wheel is a little more stiff than the one on the camera body (perhaps it will loosen a little over time). The shutter button has a little less throw as well, but this isn't too much of an issue for me as I use back button focusing. Used in the "normal" manner, going from focus lock to shutter release is a short distance.

The battery compartment is set up like the 60D grip- with a slide out battery holder. There's no replacing one battery at a time like the 5D grips, but then again, with 2 batteries in there you've really got a long time before running out of charge. It also (like other grips) comes with a 6 AA battery holder that can be used instead. I've not used this, but it's nice to have.

I'm not really sure what the original Canon brand battery grip offers that this one doesn't- perhaps a better warranty, better quality control, or identical materials used as the camera body, but I feel that this grip would work for most anyone. At this price point, as long as it works as advertised, I don't really think there's much to complain about. It exceeded my expectations, and I've used 3rd party grips with 3 other Canon bodies.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By drfoto on October 11, 2013
Color Name: Battery Grip for Canon Verified Purchase
I bought this battery grip as I had used one from the same manufacturer for my Canon 60D, it worked flawlessly and I shoot sports for the local paper ( a gratis thing as I am 78 years old and been shooting sports for them and other papers since 1979) At my age I have to watch the dollar and I could not justify the Canon grip for $229.00 especially since I had used a generic grip previously. I am impressed with the fit, its perfect, and seems to work fine at this juncture of time. I have noticed on a Canon website that the Canon grip seems to be oversized, I cannot verify that, just from my reads. It is up to the buyer to get the best price, and I would rather spend the money I saved on the glass I use.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Yonatan Gill on November 19, 2013
Color Name: Battery Grip for Canon Verified Purchase
works extremely well, fully functioning with my 70D; haven't tried the separate battery pack yet, but I'm sure that will work just as well as the whole grip has.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By D. Johnson on January 5, 2014
Color Name: Battery Grip for Canon Verified Purchase
The NEEWER battery grip for the 70D isn't built quite as well as the one from Canon, but it is still a great product, especially considering the price difference. It is built well enough to hold up to difficult conditions, and the attached camera is more fragile and would probably be damaged before the grip is. This is the perfect product for someone who wants to shoot vertical or double their battery life without shelling out hundreds of dollars for Canon's version. It is so much cheaper that if it does break or get damaged you can replace it many times over and still spend less than you would if you bought Canon's.

Being able to run the camera with two batteries is great, but my favorite part of all vertical grips is being able to shoot in portrait orientation without twisting my wrist into uncomfortable positions for long periods of time.

For those fearing damage to their cameras from an aftermarket add-on, these vertical grips are passive devices -- there aren't any electronics inside to damage your camera. It is just a bunch of connections to simple button switches and encoders that wouldn't be able to damage the camera. So it should be entirely safe to use.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By James A. Boone on November 29, 2013
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Price is great, works great is a very fair price. The 70D will actually pick up the extra battery and display how much power is in each one. I can see power levels on each of the two. The texture and color match the 70 like the camera itself, so it looks like one huge camera.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Skypix on February 7, 2014
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I bought this hoping it might work...just couldn't see spending so much more for Canon without trying this one.
I just got back from a shooting trip for some magazines, shot 263GB of image RAW files using my Canon 70D and this motor drive.
Never had a moment's problem with it. Worked just like my Canon drive has for the 50D model I still have.
It's a bit bulkier but I actually liked the larger grip, fits my hands well, and with two batteries in it, I never ran out of power though I carry extra batts with me at all times.
Doing the math, that's 13,000 images. Very happy with the battery grip. This was in Jan of 2014.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By mohamed hassabo on December 4, 2013
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Say what you will about 3rd party products but this Neewer has exceeded all expectations for me. Very close to the same build quality as the camera itself and a 1/4 of the price of the factory grip. It may not last 5 years ( it may too) but by then I'll be onto the next body any way.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Tech Nurse on December 4, 2013
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I was hesitant in purchasing since so many reviews seem to have issues with the shipper. I received mine within less than a week. The first one though I had to return as the shutter button was broken (Button fell off). I just used Amazon's return process so this was painless. Ordered another one, same source and again came within under a week. So far not issues. Of course I am an Amazon Prime member so I get 2 days shipping. Not sure if that helped the shipping time.

This is fatter than the 60D extended grip, so if you have smaller hands, this may be an issue, but it would be for any battery grip.
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