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5.0 out of 5 stars This item includes the Nikon MS-D11 AA Battery Tray, November 20, 2010
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Just to make others aware. This item includes the Nikon MS-D11 AA Battery Tray as part of the inventory in the box. If you were wondering about ordering that item separately, there is no need. This is provided, in addition to the expected tray for the EN-EL15 battery, although THE BATTERY IS NOT included. There is also a nylon case to store either one of the battery trays when not used in the MB-D11 grip itself. One final note, the popout rubber cover for the AC power adapter is also present in each tray.
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Initial post: Nov 23, 2010 10:39:36 PM PST
Pablo says:
Hi. Did you get a better performance on your camera? Is this the only battery grip compatible for the nikon d7000? Did you get better Fps? Thank you so much!!

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 23, 2010 10:45:02 PM PST
J. B. Smith says:
For now this is the only possible grip, until other MFRs start production. No improvements are made to FPS or any other feature of the camera other than extended battery life. There are, of course, the additional shutter button and navigation toggles. One small note, the rubber cover for the electrical interface, which must be removed from the camera, has a storage slot on the grip, so that it cannot be misplaced or forgotten, when the grip is no longer in use. Also, the AA tray takes (6) AA batteries.

Posted on Nov 28, 2010 3:44:22 PM PST
P. Luong says:
how many batteries does the MS-D11 EN tray hold in itself?

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 28, 2010 5:55:01 PM PST
Last edited by the author on Nov 28, 2010 5:55:33 PM PST
J. B. Smith says:
(6) when using AA OR (1) when using EN-EL15

Posted on Dec 13, 2010 10:00:54 AM PST
nikonrumors just published today a link to pdnonline in which they tested the grip and the camera did improve to 7fps just like the bigger D300s with its respective grip. You can find the info at pdnonline by searchign for the D7000 and scrolling down till TOUGH CONTENDER headline. If this is 100% true then the gap between this beauty (D7000) and its big brother D300s (600 bucks more) its smaller than thought!!!!

I would highlly appreciate if any actual user can confirm this????

Thanks!

In reply to an earlier post on Jan 16, 2011 12:02:26 PM PST
Llewellyn709 says:
Did they actually test the grip? I doubt it. To me it sounds that they are drawing (wrong) conclusions.

Posted on Dec 11, 2012 11:30:37 AM PST
Hi J.B Smith thanks for your useful tips. I have few Questions. I just got my Grip. Are the battery trays made in china( mine says made in china but the grip is Japan) in the original Grip. and where are the popout rubber cover for the AC power adapters on the trays?(as u mentioned it is present in each tray?)
When i Use the AA battery tray i don't see any BP indicator on camera info. How do i know if it is using the tray AA batteries?
Last Question. when i insert my Nikon EN EL 15 battery . i feel the shake ( battery seems not perfect fit has few movements {1 mm movement that's enough to annoy me} vertical and horizontal )of the the battery inside the grip when i lift my camera or move from landscape to portrait position. IS that Normal?
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