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Looking at the base of the 3000 looks the same as a 3200 which I have, and it works extremely well with good support for tripods as well. if you can remove the battery door on the bottom of the camera , the battery grip will fit ..... I think this battery grip will fit all the 300 range. It may be slightly more expens… see more Looking at the base of the 3000 looks the same as a 3200 which I have, and it works extremely well with good support for tripods as well. if you can remove the battery door on the bottom of the camera , the battery grip will fit ..... I think this battery grip will fit all the 300 range. It may be slightly more expensive that the others but it is far superior in operation and finish.... hope this helps you.... Dave T... POY GYPS. p.s. If the camera does not recognize it you are probably using the wrong batteries and it is not the fault of the grip.....Always use genuine Nikon batteries............................... Further to this question I have just looked at mine and found it is a more advanced and expensive version than the one you suggest mine is DSTE PRO BG-2F IR Remote control and is MUCH BETTER than the older version as I say at bit more expensive but well worth it .. see less Looking at the base of the 3000 looks the same as a 3200 which I have, and it works extremely well with good support for tripods as well. if you can remove the battery door on the bottom of the camera , the battery grip will fit ..... I think this battery grip will fit all the 300 range. It may be slightly more expensive that the others but it is far superior in operation and finish.... hope this helps you.... Dave T... POY GYPS. p.s. If the camera does not recognize it you are probably using the wrong batteries and it is not the fault of the grip.....Always use genuine Nikon batteries............................... Further to this question I have just looked at mine and found it is a more advanced and expensive version than the one you suggest mine is DSTE PRO BG-2F IR Remote control and is MUCH BETTER than the older version as I say at bit more expensive but well worth it ..
By David Tobin on 09 March 2016
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I can't tell you if it fits the D300 but I found this of very poor quality. Yes it's cheap but failed to do the job and I returned it the next day. Pity Nikon do not make a unit for my D3200. Hope this helps...
By P.M.Adley. on 02 October 2014
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yes fits my D3200
By Lesley on 26 September 2014
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The small wire connects the handgrip to the side of the camera, therefore allowing you to use the second shutter button on the bottom of the grip....making it easier to handle when taking portrait pictures..... unfortunately you have to have the side opening on the camera open all the time you are using it ...... the… see more The small wire connects the handgrip to the side of the camera, therefore allowing you to use the second shutter button on the bottom of the grip....making it easier to handle when taking portrait pictures..... unfortunately you have to have the side opening on the camera open all the time you are using it ...... the camera will work fine without this wire but you will have to use the on camera button instead of the grip button... Hope this makes sense to you. If you open the side panel ( the rubber one ), on the camera you will find the other socket to plug you wire into. see less The small wire connects the handgrip to the side of the camera, therefore allowing you to use the second shutter button on the bottom of the grip....making it easier to handle when taking portrait pictures..... unfortunately you have to have the side opening on the camera open all the time you are using it ...... the camera will work fine without this wire but you will have to use the on camera button instead of the grip button... Hope this makes sense to you. If you open the side panel ( the rubber one ), on the camera you will find the other socket to plug you wire into.
By David Tobin on 11 August 2015
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Yes, at a certain angle you can remove the battery cover and mount this grip in.
By Innalibra on 27 February 2014
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You can use one on its own or two batts. Very handy bit of kit.
By steve howlett on 28 August 2014
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I have already answered a review question on this item. I found it to be cheaply made and it failed to function correctly. I returned it.
By P.M.Adley. on 28 January 2015
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It has a Tripod mount on the underside.
By Lesley on 27 June 2015
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