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I ultimately returned the grip and opted for the Nikon brand battery grip.
Definitely recommended (and given that it's about 1 zillion less than the Nikon grip, and does the same quality job, it makes it VERY easy to make a decision on this).
Looks good on the camera as well (fits perfectly, no movement once attached, no visual transition in material from grip to camera body)!
I bought this while i waited for my d800 to come in and immediately installed it.
I thought for a while that my d800 had issues and had asked around to several other... Read more
I bought my grip around winter 2012, and it worked great. The feel of the focus point selector was a little iffy but worked. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jeeheon Cho
I was getting ready to purchase some big glass for my camera, and as big glass around a Nikon usually means glass that loves to suck up a battery, I decided to get a battery grip. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Bill Oakes
I agree with everybody else that gave this product 1 star - bad connection, fear that at any moment it was going break away from my D800 at any moment - not sure if this is related... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Fadil
The grip, though functional exhibits a sloppy connectivities with the camera. Every time I touched the grip a green indicator light on the camera went off, since the grip was... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Alexander Axelrod
I use mine all the time and I really like it. It gives the camera more heft. It makes vertical shooting far more comfortable. It allows a second battery. It works reliably. Read morePublished 13 months ago by John H. Williams
Its far cheaper then Nikon, but the build quality is a bit lacking, with the battery 'box' not fitting well. 'Also only works occasionally with my D800. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Byron Faber
Received the Pixel Grip and tried it out. Seemed to work alright but the shutter button had too much travel and seemed 'squishy'. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Dennis Roliff
In appearance and feel this grip is indistinguishable from the Nikon grip. If there is any functional difference between it and the very expensive Nikon grip, I have not found it. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Dwayne P. Daehler