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    battery extensions vertical grips.

    hey guys i have a sony A350 and i have seen alot of Ebay batter extenders vertical grips. i was wondering if any one elce has seen them or used them and if there as good as the sony ones. theres about $100 difernce bettween the 2?

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    Hi Carnige,
    I can't talk about the Sony Battery Grips from ebay, but i got mine from these guys for my Nikon D300

    http://stores.shop.ebay.com.au/LinkD...__W0QQ_armrsZ1

    It's a dead copy of the real thing and as not let me down, highly recommend it for the savings and got it in 5 working days.

    Pep

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    I havent used an aftermarket one but I did have a genuine Sony grip on my old A300. I love them, they are particularly handy for me seeing as though I shoot a lot of portraiture/studio stuff.

    Havent gotten around to adding one to my A850 yet ..
    Hi Im Darren

    www.darrengrayphotography.com

    SONY A850 (FF)] + GRIP | SONY A350 (APS-C) + GRIP | SONY NEX-5 +16 2.8 + 18-55 E-MOUNT LENSES | CZ 85 1.4 | 50 1.4 | 28-75 2.8 | 70-200 2.8 | 2 x 42AMs | 24" imac | LR | CS4 | + loads of other junk


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    I don't know about the Sony ones but I have had an after-market one on my canon 400D fore about 4 years now with no problems.
    Keith

    Canon 400D Gripped, Canon 7D LCD Timer Gripped, Canon 70-200 f2.8L is ii. Canon 2X iii Extender, Canon 50mm 1.8, Sigma 150-500, Sigma 18-250, Sigma 17-50 F2.8, Sigma 10-20, Tamron 90mm Macro, Yonguno YN460 & 460ii Speedlights and a Hanimax TZ 1 Flash, Wireless Triggers ,LED Macro Ringlight, Extension Tubes, 3 tripods, 2 monopods, PS Elements 5 & 10, PSP9 and canon s/ware, various filters and other photographic paraphernalia all packed in a computrecker backpack + 3 smaller bags and an aluminium case.

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    thx guys

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