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Sony Vertical Grip for Alpha a9, a7RIII, a7III

The VG-C3EM Vertical Grip offers both extended battery and a more comfortable grip when shooting in the vertical orientation.

for Sony a9, a7RIII and a7III

Vertical Battery Grip for the Sony Alpha a9, a7R III and a7 III Mirrorless Camera

The VG-C3EM Vertical Grip offers both extended battery and a more comfortable grip when shooting in the vertical orientation. The grip accepts two NP-FZ100 batteries to effectively double the battery life for long shooting sessions, and the batteries can be charged in the grip while attached to the camera via the body's USB port. The grip's design maintains the same layout as the camera body itself and includes a secondary shutter button and Multi Selector for intuitive use. Also, the grip is built from magnesium alloy and is dust- and moisture-resistant to match the weather sealing of the camera itself.

Features

  • For Alpha a9, a7R III and a7 III Mirrorless Camera
  • Holds Two NP-FZ100 Batteries
  • Extended Grip for Vertical Shooting
  • Second Shutter Button and Multi Selector
  • USB Charging via Camera Body
  • Weather-Sealed Magnesium Alloy Design

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R 9,195 Off-site Warehouse
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What's in the box

  • Sony VG-C3EM Vertical Grip
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty

Reviewed by 1 customers

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I am a huge fan of battery packs. I never made the decision to upgrade to Sony based on size. I honestly have no problems with a bulkier camera. Heck, I don't throw around weights every week to complain about the size of my camera that much (except when I pack it in a bag I guess). I digress. If you have an a9, a7RIII or a7III and you're weighing up your options, just do it. You need it, especially if you're shooting portraits - It really is so convenient to have all those buttons at quick access while shooting portrait mode.

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