Using a Phottix Battery Grip will help ensure you never run out of power. All Phottix Battery Grips are designed with the user in mind. Each pack has a variety of functions (depending on model) such as vertical shutter button, AFON and AEOn buttons, a power The Canon BGE14 Battery Grip is compatible with the Canon EOS 70D and 80D DSLR Cameras and provides improved handling, versatile control, and extended battery life when in use.
It accepts up to two LPE6 lithiumion battery packs to effectively double the camera's battery life. Phottix BG70D Premium Series Battery Grip for Canon 70D digital cameras is now available. This grip holds two LPE6 or six AA size batteries to offer doublelength shooting time. It is also equipped with a verticalgrip shutter button, dial, AElockFE lock button, and AF point selection button.
Nov 04, 2013 I ordered my third 70D with a Neewer BG70D battery grip from Amazon only 70USD. and still come out ahead), but the feel is the best I've used. I had Canon grips for 30D, 40D and 7D as well as the Phottix grip for the 7D. This one is awesome to hold (for my hands) a more defined grip, rather than just a big blob.
70D third party The BG7D battery grip was intended for use with Canon EOS 7D dSLR Cameras. Please only operate this device with the batteries and battery magazines men tioned in this manual. The BG7D is compatible with LPE6 equivalent LiIon bat tery packs, NiMH or Alkaline AA batteries, and the included battery magazines.
Phottix BG70D Premium Series Vertical GripBattery Holder for Canon 70D digital cameras. This battery grip can hold two LPE6 or six AA size batteries to offer doublelength shooting time. Battery grip is compatibel with EOS 70D, EOS 80D DSLR Cameras.
Battery Grip Bundle F Canon EOS 70D, EOS 80D: Includes BGE14 Replacement Grip, 2Pk LPE6 LPE6N Replacement LongLife Batteries, UltraPro Accessory Bundle. by UltraPro. 67. 95 67 95. FREE Shipping on eligible orders. Recently purchased the Canon BGE14 battery grip to replace a third party battery grip for my new EOS 70D.
The reason for replacing the third party grip with the more expensive Canon grip was a problem with using AA batteries with the third party product.