A&P D90 Grip

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  1. SkiMax

    SkiMax OT Supporter

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    So I have been entertaining the possibility of purchasing a grip for my camera mainly due to recent portrait orientation shooting and my hand feeling weird and uncomfortable... Not really looking to get one for the battery feature, more for the ergonomics... Is it worth the money to get the nikon branded one or are some of the third party ones decent enough? How are the fit and finish of some of the third party ones as well, I dont want a wobbly, horribly fitting piece of shit on my camera either...

    also, anyone selling one? :x:
     
  2. ericande

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    I have one that looks like this: http://satechi.com/LCD-Timer-Vertical-Battery-Grip-for/M/B00192NV0Y.htm

    You can find it different places sold under other names. It doesn't feel quite as well built as the nikon one but still very nice. It's also a bit thicker than the nikon one so don't get it if you have small hands. The main reason I wanted it vs other options is that it has a timer that will 99 shots in a row.
     
  3. Bob Loblaw

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    thats pretty cool, it's got a built in intervalometer
     

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