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Professional Vertical Battery Grip Holder for Nikon D3100 SLR Digital Camera EN-EL14 Battery

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  • Brand New Pro Battery Grip for Nikon D3100 SLR Camera
  • Hold 2 EN-EL14 rechargeable Li-ion batteries.
  • Vertical shutter with half-press function. More comfortable vertical shooting.
  • Doubling the battery capacity of your camera, effectively extend your shooting time.
  • Significantly improves stability.Signal transferring cable included.Tripod screw mount.
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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • 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.
  • ASIN: B004S958VU
  • Item model number: 10003862
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (130 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: March 16, 2011
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Product Description

Product Description:

Still waiting for the Nikon original battery grip for D3100 SLR camera that hasn't been released yet? No need to wait any longer! Here is a perfect solution for you! This high quality battery grip is compatible with Nikon D3100 SLR cameras. It has a built in vertical shutter release button, and can hold two EN-EL14 rechargeable battery packs. Additionally, it comes with a signal transferring cable with which you will be able to use a shutter release.

Specifications:


Type: Battery grip for Nikon D3100
Compatible Battery (not included): 2X EN-EL14 battery pack
Power Switch: Camera's power switch
Color: Black
Dimensions:122x78x100mm

package contents:


1 x Pro Battery Grip for Nikon D3100
1 x Signal Transferring Cable
1 x Manual

Customer Reviews

The battery door cover is a tad bit loose, but it's not terrible.
J. Gamboa
What I don't like is that it's made of a pretty flimsy plastic that almost feels like a cheap toy.
Pen Name
It fits the camera really well and it looks great on my nikon d3100.
Rocky

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

46 of 47 people found the following review helpful By crazydeus on March 24, 2011
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Just received this in the mail, and played around with it for a little bit, and will get a better impression of the product soon. Real quick, the brand is MeiKe, and I have no complaints about the distributor. I ordered on the 19th, they shipped out on the 22nd via USPS, and I received it today.

On to the grip.

Physically, the grip does look like it "belongs" - the texture is spot-on, and it fits under the camera nicely with only a minute amount of play once screwed in tightly. However, by just having it in your hands, you'll realize that the grip itself has thinner plastic than the camera. This may not matter to some, but basically it just feels different when switching from horizontal to vertical. It's similar to the difference between holding a Nikon and a Holga - it's almost toy-like. And the grip portion is just a touch too fat and square. I'm sure they could have worked it to be much more ergonomic and mimic the D3100's grip slightly. Again, it's the impression of being toy-like. But, regardless of the feel, the one thing that might have given it another star is if there was a command dial on it.

The battery door is a tad loose, but not much more than the camera's SD card door. A little irritating, to be sure, but certainly not a deal-breaker. When bored, I'm positive you can make a drum kit out of the two.

There is a signal cable that goes from the grip and into the camera's GPS port. No configuring, just plug and play, which is handy. The problem, of course, is that the flap covering the ports is wide open. When you're walking around, dust is going to get in there, without a doubt. But this is not a flaw of the grip - we all know who's at fault here.
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By IA3471 on May 9, 2011
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I purchased this grip a few weeks ago when it had just come out, and so far it has served me very well. The cost is very low, but it shows in the quality. Overall good value, but if Nikon makes their own sometime soon I will replace it.

Build / fit & finish: The first thing you'll notice is the plastic is somewhat flimsy, and the battery door tends to rattle. A lot. This is easily fixed with some foam tape or the like. The grip matches the d3100 finish quite well, though the grip material is of a lower quality. The light weight, even with batteries in it, is nice, but I'd rather it felt a bit more sturdy. I'm afraid of splitting the grip every time I attach it. The external cord for the vertical shutter release is a little annoying, but not a major issue, unless you shoot outdoors a lot where dirt and water will get into the ports.

Ease of use: Plug-and play functionality, in a sense, though you will have to remove the battery door (simply hold at a 30-degree angle and pull gently). The battery door stores neatly in a slot in the coupler. The included cable attaches easily and securely.

In a nutshell: If you need or really want a grip for your d3100 and don't want to wait, this is a perfectly fine piece at a great price. If you insist on great build quality, stay away.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Jason Didday on December 1, 2011
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I bought both the Bower Bower 636980412382 Digital Power Battery Grip for Nikon D3100/D5100 for Slr Camera and the Neewer battery grips and thought I would pass along the comparison to others who might be debating which one to buy.

First off, its important to note that at this time, Nikon does not offer a grip for the 3100 and there is no indication that they will. So aftermarket products are all we have to choose from. Contrary to popular belief, these are not the same grips - they are very different and the Bower costing almost 3x that of the Neewer.

- Both are made in China and both require the cable to activate the vertical shutter release button.
- The Bower has a much more substantial, professional feel to the plastic, but neither are as high quality as the Nikon body.
- The Bower has a lower profile; the Neewer is 5mm taller.
- The Bower's cable is slightly shorter (which is a good thing as it fits better) and thicker which indicates to me, higher quality.
- The Bower grip slightly curves and then tapers on the bottom of the grip (when held vertically) which I think looks better than the larger rectangular shape of the Neewer.
- The Bower has a wheel to lock the grip to the body that is similar to the wheel Nikon offers on its OEM grips (for other cameras); the wheel on the Neewer is smaller.
- The Neewer has a rubber grip on the front side of the grip which I liked; the Bower has nothing.
- The Neewer can hold the original Nikon battery cover (which you remove when you install the grip) inside the grip itself - which is nice if you are prone to misplacing small things like that.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Juan_Franco on April 27, 2011
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I ordered this package through New Harbor and paid for expedited shipping. took them 5 days to get it into the mailbox. ordered another package from another seller two days later with standard cheap free shipping and received it a week prior to New Harbors,long story short their shipping department sucks, But that's a different story..

First things first.

The Vertical Grip is great, it's easy to install the cable used for the shutter doesn't get into the way at all unless you hold the camera awkwardly in the first place. I'm using it with one battery and it's holding up good. the rubber flap concealing the GPS port in which this has to be plugged into to get the vertical release to work, will be left uncovered. if it bothers you that much or you think dust will destroy your camera, you can do this; i cut the tip of it off, just the part where the gps port is and the other half of the rubber still clicks back down and covers the other links. seems to be working great. But then again, I don't plan on taking my grip off until A. it breaks B. Nikon makes an actual grip. only gripe i have is that I wish they would of put a little more rubber around the edges. only the long side that runs on the bottom of the camera is gripped. they could of put a thumb grip on the back like Nikon did next to the exposure wheel on the d3100 and a little rubber where the palm meets the grip wouldn't of hurt either.

second.

it adds the bulk and size needed for big hands. I didn't realize how small this camera was before i bought it. I was just pumped to get a DSLR. it kinda made me feel like a giant when it was in my hands. but with the grip it just feels right. i loved it before but I'm obsessed with it now! Thanks to this grip, I can't put my camera down.

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