Neewer Vertical Battery Grip for Nikon D7000 Digital SLR (DSLR) Camera MB-D11 EN-EL15
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- This is a brand new Pro Multi-power Battery Grip For Nikon D7000 DSLR Camera.
- Color: Black
- Battery Holder: It can Hold 1 or 2 EN-EL15 rechargeable Battery or six AA batteries LR6 alkaline, HR6 Ni-Mh, FR6 Lithium, or ZR6 nickel-manganese AA batteries.
- Function: It includes the shutter release button, main dial, Sub-command dial, AE-L/AF-L button, 1/4" Tripod screw mount enable shooting in the same way as a horizontal grip.
- 100% Brand New. Never used. It comes with 3 Months Warranty by Seller.
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This Multi-Power Battery Pack for Nikon D7000 is used with Nikon D7000 Camera only, has the same functions as the original Nikon grip MB-D11. It can hold one EN-EL15 rechargeable battery or 6 AA batteries (alkaline, Ni-MH, or lithium) - effectively doubling your shooting capacity. This battery grip includes an alternate shutter-release button for vertical shoots and the AE-L/AF-L button, Multi selector, main dials and subcommand dials to increase its functions, used more conveniently. Camera menu options allow users to choose whether the camera battery or this battery grip first. package contents: 1 x Battery Grip for NIKON D7000 1 x Battery Holder for AA batteries 1 x Battery Holder for EN-EL15 battery 1 x English User's manual
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-Easy to set up and use, took all of 5 minutes to open up and install. Im using an additional EN-EL15 battery, but I hear it is just as easy with the AA's.
-The rubber on the grip is more similar to older Nikons rather than the d7000, but it feels nice and doesnt look all that different.
-While plastic, this grip still feels sturdy, at least as rugged as a d5100.
-The buttons are fully functional, and do exactly what you'd expect them to out of the box. You can if you wish, program the AE/AF lock to be some other function in the camera's setup menu.
-While the wheel to lock this grip in place does have some play, it is not significant enough to warent any more discussion than this.
-The battery registered in the camera's menu and LCD without a hitch.
-The latch opening the battery door is a bit light, but I am not as nervous as some of the posters on here.
Things you should know:
This only holds 1 EN-EL15 battery, in addition to the camera's battery. It also holds up to 6AA's which you should make sure the camera is aware you are using.
The menu dial is a pushable joystick, not the D-pad style control native to the d7000.
The function wheels (Aperture/Shutter) are smoother and thus more difficult to grip compared to the camera bodies. Although perhaps I am just being picky here.
I believe you can buy 6 of these for the price of 1 Nikon.
I am very satisfied, the camera even rests well on the grips flat bottom.
1 - Improved camera ergonomics (especially with battery in grip)
2- Ability to use rechargeable battery or AA
3- Camera will recognize extra battery in grip with no trouble
4- All buttons and dials work perfectly
5- Looks very good on camera
6- WAY cheaper that Nikon original grip
1- Cheaper material than rest of D7000 body
2- Multi-selector is loose with too much play for my taste, but works just fine
3- Once mounted, the wheel that screws the grip to the camera will rattle a little
4- Long-term the buttons/command wheels may not hold up as well as Nikon grip (but at this price it's forgivable)
About a week ago, I was thrown off of my bike holding my D7000 with the grip attached, and what hit the ground first despite my failed attempt at drawing it away from impact? The grip of course. And did it survive? You bet it did. The camera was essentially thrown and hit the ground hard. And it survived and works in perfect condition, well, other than a tiny scratch on the side, but I'll survive with a little scuff.
Definitely recommend. Neewer did good work on this product.
Time will tell if this low cost Nikon substitute holds up. But out of the box and two day's use this Meike grip gets my thumbs up.
UPDATE 3/8/2014- Still working perfectly. I don't regularly use the battery grip but do so on occasions where I am shooting an event spanning many hours and want the security of knowing the power won't quit. Have used it shooting weddings, events and recently for opening day youth baseball where I needed both uninterrupted power as well as the ability to quickly go from horizontal to vertical with controls at my fingertips. My next camera will likely be a full frame and I'll pick up another Meike Grip for it.
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