Canon Bg-e11 Battery Grip Manual

Canon Bg-e11 Battery Grip Manual Do Mundo

The Green Extreme Professional Power Battery Grip for the Canon 5D Mark III, 5DS and 5DSR is an optional but essential accessory with excellent ergonomics designed specifically for the Canon EOS 5D Mark III, 5DS and 5DSR. Featuring intelligent links to camera functions, matching the design and feel of your camera while doubling the battery power with a twin cell chamber that can load a choice of one or two battery packs.

Battery Grip dedicated to EOS 5D Mark III - Accommodates two LP-E6 batteries for prolonged shooting time - As a vertical grip with vastly improves grip handling by redesigning battery.

This is especially useful when taking advantage of the camera's Movie Mode or Live View mode - operating modes that use more power compared to using a single LP-E6 pack. In addition, with the included battery magazine, you can also run the camera off six AA batteries.

The non-slip rubberized grip offers perfect balance in any direction with full vertical shooting controls, which can be independently turned on or off as the photographer needs to enhance camera handling, especially for shooting vertical pictures - not videos, please. The grip has generous operating controls as well: shutter button, Main Dial, multi-controller, AF point selection button, AE lock/FE lock button, AF start button, and multi-function button. The base of the grip has a standard 1/4-20 tripod socket and a hand strap mount. Your camera's original battery door fits snugly in a protective hidden slot for instant retrieval. It works and it's cheap.

I wanted a battery grip to balance the weight of the body against the heavier-barreled lenses, but couldn't afford the Canon. This one works just fine, adds that needed weight and balances the feel out again. Operation Flashpoint Red River Product Key Generator. Ip Tool Canon Ip1900. Occasionally the shutter button stops focusing and once in a while one of the batteries can't be read by the camera, though i'm not sure if that's battery or battery pack.

It's cheaply constructed but does the job. I've backpacked with it, never take it off, and use it for all of my s. Hooting, though, and it's still working great after a year of pretty constant use, so that says something right there in its favor.