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D750 Vertical Grip Update?
Joshua Brown, Photographer
Raeford | NC | USA | Posted: 4:16 PM on 01.10.17
->> I have just received my D750 (late to the game, I know). I am looking to buy a vertical grip, preferably an off-brand as I can't justify $370 for a battery holder. I know some of the early models had battery drain issues; does anyone have a model they're happy with and could recommend?
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Doug Pizac, Photographer
Sandy | UT | USA | Posted: 8:10 PM on 01.10.17
->> Bite the bullet and get Nikon's grip. I bought third party grips for my D700 and D800 bodies. All became door stops. The OEM ones have worked flawlessly and they are more ruggedly built.
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Greg Francis, Photographer
Rochester | NY | USA | Posted: 12:52 PM on 01.11.17
->> Meike D750 grip is lighter, includes a wireless remote for $80, no problems in two years of use...
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Dave Prelosky, Photographer
Lower Burrell | Pa | US | Posted: 12:38 AM on 01.12.17
->> I've been using the Adorama house brand grip for over a year. For $40 I can afford to toss it if it goes belly up. It trips the camera and holds a second battery. I have no idea what else I'd need...
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