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FUJIFILM MHG-X100 Hand Grip for X100T, X100S and X100 Digital Cameras

BH #FUHGX100T • MFR #16445745
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FUJIFILM MHG-X100 Hand Grip for X100T, X100S and X100 Digital Cameras
Key Features
  • Enhanced Handling and Camera Control
  • Easily Mounts to Camera's Tripod Thread
  • Battery/Memory Card Compartment Access
  • Arca-Compatible Dovetail Protrusion
The MHG-X100 Hand Grip for X100T, X100S and X100 Digital Cameras from Fujifilm provides an optimized grip for easier handling and manipulation of the Fujifilm X100T, X100S and X100 mirrorless digital cameras. Matching the silhouette of the camera, it enables better support when using large-diameter lenses and when shooting in the vertical orientation. At the base of the grip, a 38mm-wide protrusion features a dovetail design that can act as a quick release plate with Arca-type compatible tripod mounts.
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FUJIFILM 16445745 Overview

The MHG-X100 Hand Grip for X100T, X100S and X100 Digital Cameras from Fujifilm provides an optimized grip for easier handling and manipulation of the Fujifilm X100T, X100S and X100 mirrorless digital cameras. Matching the silhouette of the camera, it enables better support when using large-diameter lenses and when shooting in the vertical orientation. At the base of the grip, a 38mm-wide protrusion features a dovetail design that can act as a quick release plate with Arca-type compatible tripod mounts.

The aluminum alloy grip also facilitates access to the battery compartment and memory card slot, even when mounted to a tripod. Additionally, the 1/4"-20 tripod mount can be positioned along the optical axis of the camera to benefit the creation of panning shots.

FUJIFILM 16445745 Specs

ConstructionAluminum, Rubber
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.25 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5.669 x 2.441 x 2.362"
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Does this MHG-X100 hand grip also fit the new Fuji X100F?
Asked by: Fran
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Answered by: Evingson L.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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I just want to know if this item is also made in Japan. Can someone confirm this point? I will wait for an answer before purchasing this item at the same time as the X100T that I want to buy at the current reduced price. Thanks!
Asked by: Enrique
According to the information we have, our current inventory's Country of Origin is China. Please be aware this can change over the product's production life without notice.
Answered by: Heather S.
Date published: 2018-08-25

question

There have been several reports in the fuji forum about the washer extending about 1mm above the base of the grip where the attachment screw protrudes above the base. See the picture. There are also reports that this washer has been altered in later models of the grip showing the washer flush with the base. This raised washer is reported to cause the camera to not fit properly. Do you have a grip with the washer being flush with the base of the grip in stock?
Asked by: Jack B.
We do not test or inspect products prior to shipping. This is an event that is done with the manufacturers prior to them shipping the items to us. Unfortunately we are not able to honor request to test or inspect products before we ship them to you. From the date you receive your order you have 30 days to use/test/examine your purchase and still opt to return if you are not completely satisfied. After the 30 day return period, should you have an issue with the camera due to the way it was made or some other manufacturers defects, you would then defer to the manufacturer directly to handle the issue under their warranty.
Answered by: Heather S.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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Is there a case available that I can use with this adapter attached to the X100T?
Asked by: Richard
I have a X100s with a MHG-X100 Hand grip and a LH-X100 Lens Hood and 49mm adapter.This will fit well in the BlackRapid Snpar35+Sling Stap, this the smallest camera bag I have, there are two pockets on each side which you need for batteries for the X100s, (which sucks up batteries). I have not used this in the rain yet but if feel it will protect the camera.
Answered by: William R. E.
Date published: 2018-08-25
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