|Model Name||MB-D16 Multi Power Battery Pack|
|Flash Memory Type||;;;|
|Number Of Items||1|
|Min Focal Length||85 Millimeters|
|Contains Liquid Contents||No|
|Includes Rechargable Battery||No|
|Has Self Timer||No|
|Includes AC Adapter||No|
|Product Dimensions||18.54 x 10.16 x 10.16 cm; 408.23 Grams|
|Item Weight||408 g|
|Item Model Number||27154|
|Batteries||6 AA batteries required.|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||1 September 2017|
Nikon MB-D16 Multi Power Battery Pack, Black
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|Number of batteries||6 AA batteries required.|
|Item dimensions L x W x H||18.5 x 10.2 x 10.2 centimetres|
|Item weight||0.9 Pounds|
About this item
- This product includes Australian warranty and support
- MB-D16 Multi Battery Power Pack for the D750
- Excellent choice for travel and architecture
- Landscape and everyday photography as well as HD-Video applications
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MB-D16 Multi Battery Power Pack for the D750 MB-D16 Multi Battery Power Pack for the D750 0 D2.Excellent choice for travel and architecture, landscape and everyday photography as well as HD-Video applications.
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Aside from seeing the join, you would not notice that this wasn't factory designed as a single unit when it's on. Everything feels the same as the main D750 body.
I've not needed to use the extra battery functionality, but have noth the ionb and AA adaptors if required. What I have done is transfer the main battery to the grip so that I don't need to take it off everytime the battery needs a charge.
I deliberated for a long time on whether to go with the official (but expensive) grip or one of the 3rd party Chinese versions. I must confess that I feel that I made the right choice.
For a camera body costing over £1000, it makes sense to pair it with a comparable grip. Don't consider this an add on, more of an extension of the camera you already have. Would you want a house extension to be made of cardboard if the original as brick and mortar?
If you're reading this then you already likely own a D750. Buying the official grip will mean that it feels like your D750. A plastic 3rd party grip would feel like that. WHen you're behind the view finder it's the feel and responsiveness that counts and the Nikon grip gives you Nikon quality.