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  • works like expected

    posted by khambrecht

    - much cheaper than the original MB-D80- good quality- shutter button has 2 noticable stages for focus and release- when used with EL3e both battery slots are recognized by camera- no "funny" translations in manual
    - personally think this one is better than the cheaper ones here at DX
    - don't forget to adjust the battery type when using with AA batteries (menu d12). With default settings to Alkaline but NiMH batteries inserted, the battery indicator show nearly empty even with fully charged batteries.
  • Nice grip!

    posted by beaufighter

    Does the job, holds two Nikon batteries or six aa batteries!
    Can be used for somewhat advanced shooting (has the ability to set camera trigger functions and wireless(IR) remote triggering)
    Can be used with Jenis remote.
    Fits the camera perfectly, and makes it look more like a pro D3.
    On/Off switch prevents the vertical shutter button from "going off" unintentionally when not in use.
    You have to remove the battery hatch from your camera, the hatch doesn't fit inside the grip like it did on my former camera.
    Plastic quality is really good, but not as good as the Nikon body plastic which feels like metal.
    A good grip: Gives you a good hold of the camera vertically, can hold two nikon batteries, fits camera perfectly, though the shutter button feels "cheap".
    Would buy it again!
  • Pretty good

    posted by kitgerrits

    Both batteries provide full information (charge, shots), the button feels and works great and the "enable" switch is a nice addition.
    In my case, my camera trigger button is getting wonky and I did not want to be left without a camera whilst it was getting repaired, go I got this. (I mostly shoot portraits, anyway)
    Get it is you shoot a lot of portraits or if your camera trigger is getting wonky. If you qualify for neither, it is still a bit pricey for a gadget.

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