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Old 05-08-2012, 09:07   #1 (permalink)
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Nikon MB-D10 battery grip v Meike battery grip v Link Delight battery grip

I have reviewed the Meike battery grip for Nikon D700/D300s/D300, the Link Delight battery grip for Nikon D700/D300s/D300 and compared them both to the Nikon MB-D10 as well as each other.

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Re: Nikon MB-D10 battery grip v Meike battery grip v Link Delight battery grip

Excellent reviews these Graham. I too have the MB-D10 grip and I might consider one of these for a backup.
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Re: Nikon MB-D10 battery grip v Meike battery grip v Link Delight battery grip

Thanks Jason. Of the two I'd go for the Link Delight one unless the timer features are going to be useful to you. I'm very impressed with it.
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Re: Nikon MB-D10 battery grip v Meike battery grip v Link Delight battery grip

Thanks for these great reviews. I have been thinking of buying a grip for some time now for portrait sessions. For the price of the Link, its hard to find an excuse not to buy it.

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Thanks for these great reviews. I have been thinking of buying a grip for some time now for portrait sessions. For the price of the Link, its hard to find an excuse not to buy it.

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I don't think that you will be disappointed with a Link Delight one. The price seems to fluctuate though. When I first saw them they were 24. When I bought it, it was 26.50 and when I last looked they were back down to 24

They recommend paying the extra 1.50 to get a tracking number, but when I tried to track it, I could not. However, I think that having the tracking number gives insurance cover. Communications from the seller (Link Delight) were excellent.

I got mine in just under two weeks from the order, but I guess that will vary depending when in the week that you place the order.

If you do get one, please add your thoughts to the review. It will be of much value to members to see another opinion.
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Re: Nikon MB-D10 battery grip v Meike battery grip v Link Delight battery grip

The only thing I found with the Nikon MB D10 is the shutter release button is far to sensitive however you can disable it and the multi way switch is to small and fiddly however the extra battery and handling of the camera is excellent
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