Nikon MB-D16 Multi Battery Power Pack

Nikon MB-D16 Multi Battery Power Pack

Nikon MB-D16 Multi Battery Power Pack

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Product Highlights

  • For D750 Camera
  • Holds 1x EN-EL15 or 6x AA Batteries
  • Extended Grip for Vertical Composition
  • Shutter Release Button for Vertical Use
  • AE/AF Lock, Multi-Selector, Dual Dials
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Nikon MB-D16 overview

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Dedicated to the Nikon D750 DSLR, the MB-D16 Multi Battery Power Pack offers both enhanced handling capabilities as well as extended battery life while shooting. It accepts one additional EN-EL15 lithium-ion battery pack to increase the camera's battery life or, alternatively, six AA batteries can be used in conjunction with the included MS-D14 AA Battery Holder. The design of the grip improves shooting in the vertical orientation and also provides an overall more ergonomic structure for holding the D750. An additional shutter release button, AE/AF lock button, multi selector, and main- and sub-command dials are all incorporated into the grip's design to benefit more natural and intuitive handling.

UPC: 018208271542
In the Box
Nikon MB-D16 Multi Battery Power Pack
  • MS-D14 AA Battery Holder
  • MS-D14EN Li-ion Rechargeable Battery Holder
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Nikon MB-D16 specs

    Battery Type 1 x Battery Pack (EN-EL 15)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.05 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 7.402 x 4.173 x 4.095"

    Nikon MB-D16 reviews

    MB-D16 Multi Battery Power Pack is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 140.
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Could be so much better It's a much needed accessory. Shooting all day, the extra power comes in handy. It's a real benefit for portrait orientation as well. My problem is, it is obviously over priced for what you get. I'm an engineer and pretty good at estimating the value of things. Simply just should not cost this much. Worse, the design isn't even that great. Sure it works and fits nice, great feel in hands. But it's not that complicated piece of electronics. it's a battery holder with a few buttons. If Nikon is going to charge this price, at least put some work into the design so that I can change the battery in my camera without having to remove the power grip. Include a battery too. Stop being cheap and think outside the box.
    Date published: 2015-08-18
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Lacks Quality I find battery grips a must have on larger cameras to add balance, stability and versatility to the body. However this nikon batter grip lacks the quality and care that other nikons have. For instance never put ur camera on a tripod attached by this battery grip! By doing so it will rip the cheap rubber off the bottom essentially ruining it aesthetically and making it uncomfortable to hold. As well, ergonomically there is much to be desired; the indented dials are a lot more difficult to spin than the ones on the body as well as other battery grips. I still feel like this item is an essential, but i do not appreciate the lack of quality Nikon has showed on this product
    Date published: 2015-06-14
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Your D750 is incomplete without it. This balances the camera out perfectly unless you're say, a feeble old person that can't hold the extra weight. In which case, I would say you bought the wrong camera to begin with. As the title says, your D750 is incomplete without it. It's like buying a great body and using a kit lens. I ordered this all the way from the US to Cambodia because it is a MUST HAVE if you're even slightly serious about photography. Functions just as expected - recommend buying rechargeable double A batteries to save money over time as you'll be using the same batteries for your speedlights and battery grip once the lithium ion one runs out.
    Date published: 2017-04-20
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Poor Battery Arrangement Ruins Otherwise Useful Device I've had a grip for all of my smaller camera bodies. I love the secondary shutter when holding the camera in portrait orientation. But the battery arrangement is just baffling. This grip allows for you to use two batteries in the D750 at the same time. Previously, on the D200, these both fit in the grip. For the MB-D16, one of them is located in the camera and the other is in the grip. When this battery is empty, you will need to remove the grip to remove the battery. This is a baffling decision that ruins an otherwise good implementation.
    Date published: 2015-12-31
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from I won't leave home without it. Great grip for my D750. Controls are well placed and spaced for my hands, makes going from horizontal to vertical a snap when shooting. tripod socket on the bottom is standard and having the extra battery in the grip makes a full day of shooting very easy without having to swap batteries. My only complaint, and its ever so minor, is that the on/off switch only has a white dot to line up with the white line to tell you its on, at first it was hard to see the off line, so I borrowed a bit of my wifes red nail polish and put a small dab on it. It would be nice if they would have included something like this into it. Other then that, I love it!
    Date published: 2017-08-13
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent addition to D750 I would give 4 1/2*. The deeper hand hold on the D750 allows the grip to be deeper too and the result is entirely satisfying. I never ever use third party grips. The quality of Nikon grips are night and day. And I'm not going to fool with possible contact issues. Anyway, the grip...sturdy, excellent fit and finish, the control buttons are firm. Nothing about this grip is wobbly or cheap looking/feeling. Adds the vertical shooting grip essential for prolonged vertical shooting (or if you want to look like you have a D3/4)..:-)....of course it also adds extra battery power. I've used grips on all my cameras and it helps tremendously in balancing my glass. Especially the pro stuff like 70-200 2.8. Naturally it's going to add weight, particulary hanging around the neck. But you can use this trick: try with battery in camera, test balance; try with it in grip alone, test balance. You can then carry the extra battery in your pocket = 2oz.; hey! every ounce counts. Lets me keep it on the camera. I use a tripod with those heavy lenses but tripods don't take the weight all the time. I take away 1/2 * because it doesn't increase the fps, but I suppose I could take it from Nikon for the design.
    Date published: 2014-10-13
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Multi Battery Power Pack that I may not be using very much I just received this Multi Battery Power Pack along with my new Nikon D750 camera less than a week ago. The pack allows an extra battery (or 6 AA batteries) to be used with the camera, essentially doubling the battery capacity and the number of pictures/video one can take without worrying about running short of battery power. However, the camera is already quite heavy as it is. Adding the power pack to it makes it even heavier than I like. It would be just as easy to carry an extra battery on the side and slip it into the camera when I need to. As such, I doubt I will be using this multi battery power pack very much, if at all.
    Date published: 2017-06-20
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Too expensive and no battery included The grip for the D610 costs just a little more than half of what this d750 grip costs. A grip should not cost nearly as much as ANY camera Nikon makes. And to not include a battery and charge this price is really hard to believe.
    Date published: 2015-08-24
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