MB-D18 Battery Grip for D850

£255.00

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Battery grip for D850 DSLR Body to take one rechargeable EN-EL15b or eight AA batteries (not included)

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Description

Boxed and complete.

The MB-D18 is a water- and dust-resistant multi-power battery pack. It increases the frame rate and extends the autonomous operating time of the D850 DSLR. Used with the D5’s rechargeable Li-ion EN-EL18B battery inserted, the MB-D18 will increase the D850’s maximum frame rate to 9 fps. A single charge of this battery pack lets you shoot up to 5140 ¹ shots and record up to approx. 210 minutes of video. Use of the MB-D18 also enables a steadier grip on the camera when shooting in portrait mode. Alternative shutter-release, multi-selector and AF start buttons ease operation when holding the camera in the vertical shooting position. And the pack features secondary main- and sub-command dials. ¹ In single-frame release mode, based on CIPA standards.

Additional information

Second-hand grade

EXC

Serial Number

4028983

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