Bower Professional Battery Grip for Nikon D3100 / D3200 / D5100 / D5200 / D5300

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About Bower XBGN5100

The Bower Professional Battery Grip for Nikon D3100/D3200/D5100/D5200/D5300 Cameras provides the power you need for the Nikon your DSLR digital camera with two EN-EL14 rechargeable, high-capacity batteries. In addition, the battery pack provides a vertical shutter release that makes holding the camera in the vertical orientation as easy and secure as in the horizontal position. A wireless infrared remote control transmitter is included, which can extend battery power. The battery grip has a built-in infrared sensor. The transmitter includes the CR-2025 to operate it. The EN-EL14 batteries for the grip are not included.

Bower XBGN5100 Specifications

Nikon D3100/D3200/D5100/D5200/D5300
Two EN-EL14 rechargeable batteries
5" x 3.75" x 2.75" / 127 x 95.25 x 69.85 mm
10.25 oz / 290.58 g (without batteries)

Bower XBGN5100 Reviews

Reviewed by 2 customers


I would buy this product again I own 3


from North Haven, Ct  -  Photo Enthusiast

Good product follow directions you will be fine

(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)


i will buy this again


from ftmyers fl  -  Casual Photographer

it works on the Nikon D3200 too which is what I own just had to read instructions to find out the pigtail cord runs remote


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Lance L  I noticed the on/off switch on the battery grip. Is that to shut the battery grip down so the batteries do not drain when not in use?
ALEC M  I got the grip for D7000 & after looking at the one you're talking about they are quite different. I don't know why there's an on/off bc mine doesn't have it but the one element I didn't like about mine is that the battery setting in the menu screen doesn't seem to register hw much has been used or what the "life" of the battery remains hence it can run out outta juice w out notice. The battery time is long so i like that but i don't like knowing how much energy has been used. So if the grip is made by the same company you might experience similiarissues. Hope it helped a bit
Stacy R  Will this work with the D3300?
JOHN B  Yes it should
Shopper  Is there a double a battery grip that will work with any of the following cameras nikon d3200, d5100, or d5300? I know they will take two en-el type batteries, but I need to use aa cells if at all possible.
KEVIN C  This grip works great I have it on D5100 but will not work with aa battery
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