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Nikon MB-D14, Multi Battery Power Pack / Grip for D600 & D610 Digital Camera

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About Nikon MB-D14

The Nikon MB-D14 is equipped with a shutter-release button, AAE/AF lock button, multi selector, and main- and sub-command dials for improved operation when taking photographs with the camera vertically oriented.

The MB-D14 Multi-Power Battery Pack can be powered either by six AA batteries (Alkaline or Ni-MH or Lithium), or EN-EL 15 rechargeable Li-ion batteries. To use the MB-D14 with AA batteries, use the MS-D14 AA Battery Holder. When using EN-EL15 batteries to power the MB-D14, use the MS-D14EN Battery Holder.

The Nikon MB-D14 is commonly used for Family photos, Sports/action, Travel, Weddings, Wildlife and more.The Nikon MB-D14 is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Photo enthusiast, Semi-pro photographer among others.The Nikon MB-D14 is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Nikon MB-D14: Easy to use and Good battery life

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4.7

(based on 13 reviews)

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Must have

It will provide you a better handling of the camera, besides giving you the ability to shoot twice the amount of pictures. Regardless of what you would use the camera for, I will find hard to believe one can deplete the power on both batteries. I originally had a battery grip for my first DSLR (D7000), and now I am extremely pleased with the battery grip on my D600.

Reviewed by 13 customers

 
5.0

What a camera battery grip should be!!

By

Great fit and finish on this grip. Perfect seam fit on my D600. Nikon quality all the way, no cheap wraps or exposed polymer grip. Vertical button and controls work great. I looked at third party grips and read the reviews. I decided to go with Nikon for the grip and well pleased in all areas. Some may not like the added weight to camera body but that is a personal decision as to why you want a grip in the first place.

 
5.0

I WOULD BUY THIS PRODUCT AGAIN

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WORKS CORRECTLY

 
4.0

Nikon D600 MB-D14 Battery Pack/Grip

By

I previously purchased third party grips for my D600 at considerably reduced prices. They looked good but did not perform well. I was concerned that electrical problems would damage my camera. The Nikon MB-D14 works as advertised. I like the additional weight and bulk. The camera feels balanced in my hands. You can shoot from a vertical or horizontal perspective with full access to all controls. My only concern was the high price but overall, I am pleased with my purchase.

 
5.0

Nice extender

By

Nice if you want shoot vertical position, then only bad is only have space for one batterie the other batterie is inside of the camera

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Another solid product from Nikon

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I weighed purchasing this battery grip versus some of the aftermarket versions, and decided I didn't want a piece of equipment to fail just when I needed it the most. Nikon hasn't let me down yet, and this proved true here as well. A very well made product that functions exactly as advertised. The shutter release button is a bit more sensitive than the one on the D600, but I expect to get used to that with a little use.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Must have

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It will provide you a better handling of the camera, besides giving you the ability to shoot twice the amount of pictures. Regardless of what you would use the camera for, I will find hard to believe one can deplete the power on both batteries. I originally had a battery grip for my first DSLR (D7000), and now I am extremely pleased with the battery grip on my D600.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Required accessory

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Well built and fits the D600 like a glove. I don't know how I used my camera for 6 months without it.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Very nice, but Nikon brand not necessary

By

I purchased this because, now that i use much heavier lenses, it is helpful to have an additional shutter release button on the bottom so i do not have to reach all the way over when taking portrait shots. In addition, this provides me with twice the battery life. However, this grip is not flush with the camera. I purchased nikon based on reviews for other products stating that the mount is not flush for other products. Anyway, here is a breakdown: Pros (+) Comes with Nikon battery slot as well as extra "magazine" for AA batteries. This way, i can easily switch out the nikon battery with the AA batteries when i need to charge the nikon battery. (+) Texture, etc. match the nikon body (+) Additional Shutter release button plus other misc dials and controls for use in portrait orientation (+) Easy to use Cons: (-) Not flush with the camera body (or not as flush as i was expecting)

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Could not get better!

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The price was right, the item was right, and the shipping time was awesome! I got this in time to take it to Texas for my granddaughter's graduation and I had no fear of not having adequate battery power. I could and did shoot to my heart's content. That took a load of my shoulders. This is my first grand to graduate and was a really big deal. Thanks for such great customer service and shipping. You Rock!

 
4.0

Great Grip

By

I bought an aftermarket grip because this was sold out. I tried out a friends and immediately returned the aftermarket. Don't skimp on the grip, this is well worth the money.

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Shopper  what is the weight of this product?
BRUCE C  about 11-12oz with the battery in it.
Shopper  Does the battery grip come with the En-El15 battery or do I buy this separate?
JOSEPH R  You'll need to buy any batteries separately -- Nikon's battery packs are just holders for batteries & do not include any. My recommendation if you shoot more than about 1200-1500 shots while out for the day is to get 2 more batteries so you have at least 3. For me, a fully charged battery seems to be good for that many shots. So why 3? Unfortunately, the camera battery chamber is still used for one battery and the MB-D14 unit installs over that battery's access (the MB-D14 will hold only one battery). By default, the battery in the MD-D14 is used first until it runs down, then the camera's battery will be used -- but you don't want to deplete the camera's battery if you can avoid it. Therefore, As soon as the 1st battery is used up in the MBD14, you'll want to replace it with a fresh one (your third battery) in order to prevent using the camera battery, because you have to completely remove the MB-D14 to get to the camera's battery and that's a pain in the butt. I treat that battery in the camera body as a battery of last resort and try to leave it in there unused as long as possible (up to several weeks or more). The setup menu will help you keep an eye on that battery's charge % so you know when it's time to go ahead & uninstall the MBD14 so you can access that "trapped" battery to swap it out.
paul s  How much does this item weigh, a) loaded with an EN-EL15? b) loaded with the 8 AA's (alkaline...)
ROBERT W  It significantly increases the weight with an EN-EL15. Don't know the exact weight, but it is very noticeable. haven't tried it with AA batteries since I've had very good luck with the EN-EL-15 battery life.
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