Sigma PG-41 Power Grip for sd Quattro & sd Quattro H

Sigma PG-41 Power Grip for sd Quattro & sd Quattro H

Sigma PG-41 Power Grip for sd Quattro & sd Quattro H

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Sigma PG-41 Power Grip for sd Quattro & sd Quattro H

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Product Highlights

  • Comfort and Control in Vertical Position
  • Vertical Position Shutter Release Button
  • Vertical On/Off Buttons & Two Dials
  • Extends Shooting Time by up to 300%
  • Dust and Splashproof Design
  • Holds up to 2 BP-61 Li-Ion Batteries
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Keep on going and going while also enjoying comfortable vertical shooting by picking up the PG-41 Power Grip for your Sigma sd Quattro and sd Quattro H mirrorless cameras. It offers a vertical position shutter release button and on/off switch along with two command dials, an AF/AEL button, and a FUNC button. It can also hold two BP-61 lithium-ion batteries in addition to the one already stored in the camera, improving your shooting time by up to 300%. The grip also boasts a dust and splashproof design that keeps it working even in inclement weather.

UPC: 085126932886
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Sigma PG-41 Power Grip for sd Quattro & sd Quattro H
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Sigma PG-41 specs

    Battery Type 2 x Battery Pack (BP-61)
    Tripod Mounting Thread Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Dimensions (L x W x H) Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Weight Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Packaging Infowzwdvzexzxxyxseartuw
    Package Weight 1.05 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 6.2 x 3.6 x 3.5"

    Sigma PG-41 reviews

    PG-41 Power Grip for sd Quattro & sd Quattro H is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very Useful Addition for Pros The Sigma SD Quattro H is an amazing niche camera but to maximize its full 51 MP Foveon potential, it needs to be used with careful attention to details. It needs lots of careful lighting to shoot at ISO 100, a sturdy tripod, a remote shutter release (or use the self timer) to reduce hand vibration from pressing the shutter and more mass on the camera itself, especially if using a tripod mount on a lens to support the combination (I'm using the Kipon Hasselblad lens to Sigma SA mount adapter) to reduce the shutter release vibrations. You could just put a sandbag over the camera body but the mass and look of the power grip is and looks more professional. I've had to use the same techniques and added power grips to my older Nikon 800E and Sony A7r to get the most out of their 36 MP Bayer sensors. Having 3 batteries to power the Sigma body is also useful since each battery is rated for 200 shots but I find 180 shots each to be more realistic. I still have even more spare batteries as back ups. I might seem OCD but I'm simply using large and medium format techniques like I did in my dinosaur film days.
    Date published: 2017-03-30
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