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Neewer Pro Battery Grip for Nikon D5100 5200 D5300 DSLR Camera Compatible with EN-EL14 Batteries

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  • Pro Battery Grip for NIKON D5100 D5200 D5300.
  • Hold 2 EN-EL14 Li-ion batteries.
  • Vertical shutter release function. More comfortable vertical shooting. Reduce camera shake.
  • Doubling the battery capacity of your camera, effectively extend your shooting time.
  • A tripod jack on the bottom of the grip for fixing it on a tripod firmly
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Neewer Pro Battery Grip for Nikon D5100 5200 D5300 DSLR Camera Compatible with EN-EL14 Batteries + Replacement EN-EL14a, EN-EL14 Ultra High Capacity Li-ion Battery For Nikon D5300, D3300, D5100, D5200, D3100, Nikon Df and D3200, P7100, P7700 Digital Camera - Fully Decoded! (Nikon EN-EL14a Replacement) + ButterflyPhoto MicroFiber Cleaning Cloth
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3.3 x 2.2 x 1.3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B005DP8YJG
  • Item model number: 40007865
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (240 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 21, 2011
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Product Description

This battery grip/holder is a Pro Battery Grip for the NIKON D5100 D5200 D5300 DSLR Cameras. Vertical shutter release button on the Battery Grip makes shooting with the camera in a vertical position much easier, adding stability to the camera. Beware that the batteries should be put into the magazine before inserting the magazine into the grip!

In this professional edition, it also features a on/off button and tripod socket.. It will be much convenient while using. No Common Dial or AE/Lbutton.Additionally, it comes with a signal transferring cable with which you will be able to use a shutter release.

Package Contents:

Battery Grip for Nikon D5100 D5100 D5200 D5300 x1
Cable x1


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Customer Reviews

It makes shooting much more enjoyble plus the added battery life.
ocmm
Fits well and looks nice on the D5100 and with the extra battery, the D5100 feels nice.
Arturo Cosio
The remote shutter button is a nice feature when taking portrait shots.
DenisR

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

106 of 109 people found the following review helpful By yellow cute roadster on February 27, 2012
I got this product for my Nikon D5100. Works great for me. There are some people out there confuded with Non-OEM EN-EL14 compatible batteries.

Nikon designed EN-EL14 by inserting a chip that has unique signature inside Nikon EN-EL14 battery. D5100 and D3100, at the power on reset time, check the existing of this chip. If the camera did not find the chip signature, it displays an error message saying "This battery cannot be used. Choose battery designated for use in this camera" and freezes.

When you use two Nikon EN-EL14s for this battery grip, you should not have any problems. You should have at least one Nikon made EN-EL14 for this simple trick.

I have one with Nikon EN-EL14 that came with camera and the other that I bought from Internet for $7.50 ~ $12.00. Obviously the second one does not have the chip inside. In order to make this combination works all the time, you first attach the battery grip to the camera and remove all batteries from the grip. (This is importand step.) Then next important step is to insert Nikon EN-EL14 first. It does not matter to the left or right battery slot. Then insert the other battery. Then turn on the camera power. Once you have at least one of the batteries inside the battery grip, you don't have to repeat these steps until you disconnect battery grip or remove both batteries from the grip.

The camera only check the exsiting of the chip at power reset time (from no battery condition to battery connection time), not power on switch time. So power on/off does not matter for camera's battery signature check.
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Arturo Cosio on August 22, 2011
Hoping that Nikon will release their own version of this, but until then this one is perfect for the price. Fits well and looks nice on the D5100 and with the extra battery, the D5100 feels nice. The grip area is also nice. The only reason I don't give it 5 stars is for two things, first the little wire that you need to connect from the battery grip to the camera is a little annoying but I can live with it especially for what I paid for this item. The wire just makes it look a bit strange but not a big problem and when you take out the screen and flip it, sometimes you bump into the wire, but not to big of an annoyance. Secondly, when you are shooting vertically it is a bit difficult to move the AF point unless you move your hand up to the cursor to move it, then back to use the shutter on the battery grip. Other than that, works well and looks nice, makes the camera look like a pro camera.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Opti Mystic on December 16, 2011
First, I don't think Nikon planned to make a battery grip for the D5100 or D3100, because they did not include contacts inside the camera to accept signals from the shutter button on an grip. Because there is a demand for the function, the copycats went to work and made this gadget and many similar versions of it. They are not made by Nikon, of course.

It's cheap. A Nikon version would cost 10 times as much. It's not Nikon quality and it feels a little flimsy. It works, but... Sometimes the camera says the battery is not compatible with the camera, even if you use Nikon batteries. It seems that re-inserting the grip in the battery will somehow get around this. I don't understand why, but this works. By the way, there are other versions of this available elsewhere that come with the an extra tray to accept 8 AA batteries, but for some reason they are quite expensive ($100+).

It comes with a short external cable that goes from the grip to the camera remote shutter connector outside the camera -- not elegant but functional. It allows the shutter function on the grip to work (that's what Nikon left out inside the camera). Possibly Nikon thought nobody would ever want to use a grip with the tiny D3100/D5100 cameras, but of course people do. One of the main reasons is that this grip also allows you to use very cheap $7 clone batteries instead of the Nikon $41 batteries, which for some reason you can't do with the bare camera.

I have not seen it from Nikon yet and the D5100/D3100 cameras have been out for a long while now. I don't think Nikon will ever release a similar product, because we're close to end of life on the cameras.
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Martin T. on October 15, 2011
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So, I have re-review my last review, if that makes any sense. The seller, excellent. Kept in contact with me the past few days while I was having issues with the product. I received the product earlier than expected, which was super. However, upon opening it I received two message. First message, "Cannot use the batteries, please use batteries for this product." The two factory bought batteries weren't working, really? However, I knew from other reviews if you kept at it and did some weird technique it would work, and sure enough it worked. But it doesn't end there, when I got past that message, it had stated the my batteries, fresh and fully-charged Nikon D5100 batteries, were low, thus locking the shutter. I doubled, tripled, and quadruple checked and still no luck. So I went to an event this weekend with no grip. For $18, I would at least, expect it to work. So I contacted the New Harbor, and they were super nice about the situation and kept in contact with me. So when I got home this afternoon, I decided to give it another go, $18 product, maybe it just needed a rest. Sure enough it worked, after getting past the "Wrong Battery" error, it worked fine.

So a couple of notes about the product itself. It feels really cheap and plastic, which it is. The vertical shutter button, feels odd, you can barely feel it click. I would suggest for Amature/Serious hobbyists, like myself, starting off with this camera, to NOT use it on shoots due to the "wrong battery" error, it pops up at random and when you are on a shoot, you want to minimize room for those types of errors that can cost you a minute. However, if you are walking around and just taking casual pictures and you have the patience to get past the error popping in and out, it will do just fine.

The reason I am giving it a 3 is because this isn't something you can use on a shoot, which is what the grip is for. The material on it feels weird. But for $18 bucks, its okay.
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