Feb 20 2010

Battery Grip

Published by at 7:59 am under General

The first let me introduce the basic function of battery grip for you :

1) : Battery gripcan be used as a big external battery receptacle – You can put your 2- 3 digital camera batteries into it instead into your machine. So it deeply last your machine’s work time.

2) : Battery grip cankeep your digital camer balance while putting on the ground. It means when you want to auto-shoot a family Brisbane corporate photography , it can successly achieve it without falling down.

3) : Battery Grip has a simple shutter that makes vertical shutter more easy.

A battery grip is an accessory for an SLR/DSLR (and occasionally other cameras), which allows the the camera to hold multiple batteries to extend the battery life of the camera, and adds a vertical grip with an extra shutter release (and other controls), facilitating the shooting of Brisbane portrait photography .

It usually attaches to the camera body through the cameras own battery compartment and provides a cassette to hold additional batteries to increase the battery life for the camera. Most battery grips also come with a second cassette allowing the Brisbane portrait photographer to shoot using multiple AA batteries.

Most battery grips are designed to fit only one or just a few specific camera models, since they must match the body’s shape, connectors, and power requirements.

If you own either a Canon EOS 400D, EOS 350 XTi, EOS 30D or the EOS 40D, you have possibly either got or have considered adding an additional Canon battery grip.

Once I had added the Canon battery grip BG-ED3, all was well in my world once more. I wondered why Canon didn’t make the cameras with the grip already attached and then realised that there has to be more distinction between the “semi-pro” range and the professional cameras (plus it is a nifty marketing ploy I must admit).

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