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Nikon MB-D10 Battery Pack for D300 & D700

4.5 out of 5 stars 27 customer reviews

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  • The MB-D10 is a multi-power battery pack that provides extended shooting capability to select Nikon digital SLRs
  • The MB-D10 comes with the MS-D10EN, which allows the pack to be powered by a Nikon EN-EL3e Li-ion rechargeable battery
  • Also comes with the MS-D10, which allows the pack to be powered with eight AA batteries
  • EN-EL4a, EN-EL4 and AA batteries support higher frame advance rates (8 Frames per second in the D300 and D700) than the EN-EL3e
  • Features two command dials, shutter release button and AF start button for vertical shooting
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  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 5.1 x 7.6 cm ; 404 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 522 g
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  • Item model number: 25359
  • ASIN: B000VDF5RO
  • Date first available at 26 Nov. 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Product Description

This MB-D10 Multi-Power Battery Pack for D300 accepts 1
5 V LR-6 (alkaline), Lithium (FR6), Ni-MH (HR6) or Ni-Mn (ZR6)

 Product Description Nikon MB-D10 - battery grip 
 Accessory Type Battery grip 
 Capacity 8 x AA, 1 x EN-EL3e 
 Controls Command dial, shutter release button 
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Manufacturer's Description

The flagship model in Nikon’s DX format range, the D300 digital single lens reflex camera, was launched in November 2007. The Multi-Power Battery Pack MB-D10 is a device that unobtrusively facilitates this camera’s outstanding portability. This revolutionary battery pack combines sleek design, functionality, and usability.

The MB-D10 will hold an EN-EL3e battery in addition to the battery already in the camera, effectively doubling your battery capacity. Also included is a AA battery holder for 8x AAs. This grip also improves vertical shooting with an additional shutter release button and a scroll wheel.

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I partly agree with the points made by the other two reviewers but thought I would write a review for the sake of balance. I love this grip and find myself using vertical shooting more often because of it. (Although I do find I take a few accidental shots if I forget to "lock" the shutter release) The reason for the "balance" in the title is because I find the camera feels more balanced when using lenses such as the 18-200mm VR Nikon. I mean "in the hand balance", when you place the camera down on the battery pack it will fall forward with the weight of the lens.
I agree Nikon should of supplied all the adaptors you need, but then again if you want to use the D3 battery you would also have to purchase a new charger (more expense)
I also agree with the comment about the placement of the battery, however I rarely remove the camera battery as it hardly seems to lose any power. It is not difficult once a month to swap the batteries over. Remember you probably have enough juice for 2000 shots before both batteries are flat.
Don't forget Nikon always name there battery packs after the camera, so the rumour is there's a new Nikon full frame camera due soon.wrapped inside a D300 body (Nikon D10?)
I suggest you try one in the shop attached to the camera and decide that way. Like I say I love it and my D300 feels very small without it attached.
Beautifully made and looks good on the camera, although the extra height of the camera when the grip is fitted makes it a tight squeeze in most camera bags (look for bags that are deep enough for a "pro DSLR")
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I think this is a great product. When attached to the camera (the D300 in my case) the camera feels great, if not a little heavy. It does not come with an EN-EL3a battery so you need to buy another if you want double the battery power. The grip can be used with only one battery, either in the camera body or in the grip itself if you just want better vertical handling, but an extra battery will give you double the number of shots. Two EN-EL3a batteries will not give you additional frame rate but the included AA battery adapter does. I bought this for grip for the vertical handling and not for the speed, but I did try 8xAA batteries in the unit to see what 8 frames a second was like and the only thing I can say is, it's fast.

It does not come with the BL-3 for the EN-EL4, but at the cost of a EN-EL4 at £90+, EN-EL4 charger at £100+ (and a spare battery at another £90+) only a loony (or professional) would go for this option over the 8xAA batteries if speed is the driving factor behind the purchase (sorry if there are any loonies out there;-)). If you already have EN-EL4 batteries from the professional cameras then the BL-3 is worth the extra £15 (at the time of writing).

I don't agree that Nikon should have made space for both batteries in the grip. I do not always use the grip so in my opinion it is more convenient to have a battery remain in the camera body rather than have to take one out of the grip to use the camera and start messing with battery doors, etc, when the grip is not being used. Having a battery remain in the camera makes the grip quick to deploy, just remove the rubber contact protector on the bottom of the camera and screw it into the tripod mount and shoot.

The build quality is great and it feels solid in the hand.
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Pretty stupid title for a review isn't it? Well not not really. I have a Nikon D2XS, had a 2DHs and also have a D300. Now both the D2XS and 2DHs are pro cameras and as such have larger battery capacity. They last longer then the other Nikon SLRs and are faster. Now the D300 is a great camera but is regarded as a semi-pro/amateur camera and as such some areas in design are cut back. One of these areas which is compromised is the larger battery capacity and to make up for that and a vertical shutter release you need to have the MB-D10. I am a semi-pro photographer and shoot sports and celebrities so I like to have a fast shutter speed for the sports and the ability to shoot vertically for both portraits and for football. The MB-D10 gives me those options. So it fits the bill then? well not entirely.

Being an "add-on" the MB10 doesn't actually feel like part of the camera but rather an addition and as such it does not feel as robust and solid when attached to the D300 as you would expect it too and it does not emulate the feel of the larger cameras being the D2XS and D2Hs. Whilst both of these cameras feel great in your hands when shooting fast and doing vertical shoots the D300 with the MB-D10 does not have the same feel. It does feel like a cheap option, which it is compared to the D3 and the other professional cameras.

Similarly the Multi-Power Battery Pack vertical shutter release also feels somewhat uncomfortable and I cannot put my finger on the reason why. (No pun intended).

My main gripe with the Battery Pack however is that it has additional accessories, which I feel should be standard and added in the price for something, which is not cheap.
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