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grip for my 7D

 
RPCrowe
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May 02, 2011 11:35 |  #16

I don't use a grip on my 7D. It interferes with using my Stroboframe Off-Camera Flash Bracket. I there is not enough room to easily flip the camera to vertical when using the Stroboframe Bracket with the battery grip since I need to either have the Canon Off-Camera Cord to fire the flash or have my onboard flash popped up in order to take advantage of the 7D wireless flash capability.

Besides, the rig with a 550EX flash is heavy enough without the added weight of the grip and pair of extra batteries.

I carry an extra battery or two in the pocket of my photo vest and have never had a problem with batteries crapping out...


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led ­ hed
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May 02, 2011 13:24 |  #17

Zeikos, works well on the 7D.


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Canon 7D ~ Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS MKII ~ Canon EF-S 17-55mm f/2.8 IS ~ Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II ~ Canon 430EX ~ Canon EF 2.0X III Telephoto Extender ~ Canon SX230 HS

  
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bemerick
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May 03, 2011 10:26 |  #18

GrendelKhan wrote in post #12327806 (external link)
The instructions came in a language that resembles English, but no that closely.

:lol:


Canon S110 / Canon EOS 5D Mark II | 17-40 L f4 USM | 50 f1.4 USM | 70-200 L f2.8 IS II USM | 430EX II

  
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AliZaman
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May 04, 2011 03:04 |  #19

i had a zeikos grip but the shutter button actually popped off.
needless to say, i returned it and went without a grip for almost a year.

i recently picked up polaroid grip from amazon and couldnt be happier.
the quality probably doesn't beat the canon's but considering the price tag and what you get, you cant go wrong.

i have a review on amazon that goes point by point, check that out if you like.


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