BATTERY GRIP FOR NIKON D5000 +2X EN-EL9 Batteries
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- Compatible With Nikon: D-Series D3X, D40, D40x, D5000, D60 D3000 New generic NIKON EN-EL9/EN-EL9A Compatible Li-Ion Battery Never run out of battery power when you're about to capture the perfect moment Extra power for your digital video camera / camcorder High capacity / rechargeable Li-ion Battery with premium cell
- Latest Lithium Ion battery technology gives the best performance possible compared to other battery technologies such as Nickel Metal Hydride (Ni-MH). Absolutely no memory effect so that you can charge battery at anytime
- Integrated microchip prevents overcharging & lengthens battery life Voltage: 7.4V Capacity: 1200 mAh
- Accessory ONLY. Camera not included. Best replacement for the original NIKON EN-EL9/EN-LE9A battery pack. High quality product with big discount from the original one.
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Description: This battery grip/holder is a Pro Battery Grip for the NIKON D5000 DSLR Cameras. Vertical shutter release button on the Battery Grip makes shooting with the camera in a vertical position much easier, adding stability to the camera. Beware that the batteries should be put into the magazine before inserting the magazine into the grip! In this professional edition, it also features a on/off button and tripod socket.. It will be much convenient while using. No Common Dial or AE/L button. Features: Brand New Pro Battery Grip for NIKON D5000. Hold 2 EN-EL9/EN-EL9A Li-ion batteries. Add a Vertical-grip shutter button (you need to contact the cable that we offered with the camera) convenience for Vertical Shot. Vertical shutter release function. More comfortable vertical shooting. Reduce camera shake. Doubling the battery capacity of your camera, effectively extend your shooting time. A tripod jack on the bottom of the grip for fixing it on a tripod firmly High quality product with big discount from the original one.
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Top Customer Reviews
A chance well worth the risk!! The product is great! fits well on my D5000 and the Portrait trigger works perfectly after turning on the shutter release in the d5000 menu! Comes with 2x budget batteries that seem to work just fine. The paint matches the D5000's quiet well!
I brought the grip to make the camera more manageable when I have my flashgun on and its helped no end! much better 'grip' now and way more comfortable! The grip does make the camera about 50% bigger so make sure it fits in your kit bag!!
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It is great, brilliant fit, the additional weight is for me hardly noticable,
The batteries that come included are great, can shoot for days without having to worry. This has become an essential part of my kit. Do not leave the house without it.
Fitting it is so easy, slide the battery cover off (keep it in a safe place though) and the grip will work with one battery if you only have one charged up.
The vertical trigger button is a great bonus, needed for me, so... worth every penny.
If you want to set up your camera to shoot for lopnger without a battery change, and / or you want to be able to shoot in portrait mode a little more comfortably, then this is a really good buy.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
At first this was very good but after two charges one of the batteries died for no reason. Fortunately i still had the original Nikon battery. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Michael TI Wiltshire
Looks the part and batteries have performed well so far, not been on an all day shoot yet, so can't comment on long term batt life. Side mounted shutter release is very useful.Published 17 months ago by Mark p
It's ok. Very easy to break or bend the cable that attaches the grip to the camera as it's external and if you're using it in a high-speed environment, you're likely to get it... Read morePublished on 10 Nov. 2013 by Rich
I bought this to use at a friends' wedding , I took over 750 photos with and without the flash. It was so much easier than having to carry spare batteriesPublished on 8 Jun. 2013 by Mr M J Andrew