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  • Maxsima - Battery pack Grip / Vertical Shutter Release for Nikon D3000, D5000 D40, D40x, D60.
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Maxsima - Battery pack Grip / Vertical Shutter Release for Nikon D3000, D5000 D40, D40x, D60.

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Price: £34.95
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  • Vertical battery grip for Nikon D40, D40X, D60, D3000 & D5000
  • 12 month REPLACEMENT warranty.

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  • Item model number: MFS-D3000-BG-002-10
  • ASIN: B0035TZDZK
  • Date first available at 24 Jan. 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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Product Description

Verticle Battery Grip for Nikon cameras. Extends shooting time. uses 2 x EN-EL9 batteries. ( not included in this sale)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By H1CKL1NG on 17 Oct. 2011
Bought this battery grip for my Nikon d5000 as a replacement for another one which needed a cable to use the shutter button, Whereas this one does not.

To use the shutter button on this grip all you have to do is go into the cameras menu and set the shutter release to remote mode and then snap away, however you then have to set it back again to shoot in landscape, not too much of an annoyance (better than using a cable)

My only gripe is that it is just marginally longer than the camera so sticks out a little at one end not buy much though.

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