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  • posted bymundstock on 04/29/2013

    This battery grip is really good. It feels quite solid and attaches well to the camera. The color and material seems quite good and mix well with the camera. The holder where you put the batteries is easy enough to change and it allows you to use both the original batteries or rechargeable AAA it... Read more

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  • posted bypauger on 06/18/2012

    - Good price - Good use of materials - The battery information menu show battery position, level percent and shutter count (only with the genuine Canon LP-E6 battery) - Very comfortable to using it - The printed letters and icons are too big - The main plate is plastic where the genuine BG-E9 is... Read more

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  • posted bysidileite on 04/26/2012

    Accessory with great quality, the price is very good. All the buttons work perfectly with it, it was easier to hold the camera, I have more stability when working with her. Fits perfectly into the camera and agreements is the same. Works for all types of batteries indicated I have nothing I am I... Read more

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  • posted bysidileite on 04/20/2012

    Accessory well built, has good quality material from which it was made. The color is very similar to the original, fits the camera perfectly, not balance, worked very well with two batteries purchased on DX, and the AA batteries. All buttons work as it should. I can not tell any counter, it works... Read more

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  • posted byjimbo007be on 01/10/2012

    The grip is solid - good build quality - all of the buttons work as they should and it makes the camera more solid and easy to grip the price is also great with about 4x less than the official Canon grip - my EOS 60D camera does not power on when using the 6 AA batteries insert - my EOS 60D does... Read more

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  • posted by0isin on 01/08/2012

    First of all, I'd love to say that I really love this grip. It is superb quality, all of the buttons work as they should and it makes the camera more solid and easy to grip. The only con I've had with it is that infrequently my jog dial on top of the camera will not work, but the problem goes if... Read more

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  • posted bySbardelli on 12/21/2011

    Low cost Very good quality Nice feeling Nice Balance Looks really cool I think with a larger lens it gonna be a little heavy, with a Sigma 125mm it goes a bit heavy. I think i will give a try with only one battery. None so far Great product, I pluged it to my 60D, turn On and works just fine. I I... Read more

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  • posted byCanadianJames on 12/13/2011

    This is a great grip for the price. The construction is solid for a third party grip. It fits snuggly on the camera and stays on. The grippy parts of the grip is actually better then whats on the 60D. The buttons are springy and feel solid. There really aren't any cons. You get what you pay for a... Read more

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  • posted bydragonsfire on 12/12/2011

    I ordered this for my dad for Christmas, and thought i would test it out before i gave it to him. The Grip feels sturdy, and all the buttons work the way they should. The shutter button has the "half way" focus, and the other buttons also feel solid. The battery tray clip that other say... Read more

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  • posted byCanadianJames on 11/30/2011

    This grip is solid. It feels great in the hand and the grippy part is excellent. The buttons feel solid and have a good springy response. The grip fits well on the 60D and won't come off by accident. While putting the grip back on my camera I accidentally over tightened the grip and sheered the I... Read more

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