Enjoy longer shooting times and improved control in portrait orientation with the Canon BG-E20 Battery Grip for your EOS 5D Mark IV DSLR. Able to hold up to two LP-E6/LP-E6N Li-ion battery packs, this grip will effectively double your shooting time. Also, it features vertically-positioned controls, including a shutter release button, a multi-controller, and an AF area selection button. The battery grip is constructed from magnesium alloy to match that of the 5D Mark IV and is both dust- and water-resistant. Additionally, it features a camera alignment pin hole for use with certain video heads and quick release plates.
- Comfort and Control in Vertical Position
- Vertical Position Shutter Release Button
- Vertical Position Control Buttons
- Holds Up to Two LP-E6/LP-E6N Batteries
Canon BG-E20 Overview
Canon BG-E20 Specs
2 x Battery Pack (LP-E6/LP-E6N))
|Tripod Mounting Thread|
|Dimensions (L x W x H)|
6.0 x 4.5 x 3.3" / 15.2 x 11.4 x 8.3 cm
13.8 oz / 391.2 g
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)|
6.6 x 5.1 x 3.8"
Canon BG-E20 Reviews
Does the job
So far - excellent!!
Only used it once so far but after 5 hours of continuous use and 1900 pics later I still had 2 bars. Very happy about this.
The benefits of the grip
Far outweigh the cost. It helps balance long lenses.
Long Lasting Power!
I have not attached this yet, but I look forward to having an extended battery life and handle!
Should have bought this sooner!
I had thought about getting the cheaper, non-Canon version but I am sure I made the right choice. All connections are perfect with the plug-in battery and it is very easy to use with the standard batteries. There are many times when I need to have the camera on a tripod without moving for a long period of time to preserve my Photoshop changes on the initial shot. This allows me to not stress over waiting for client changes or approval. A quality product from Canon. Go with the real deal.
Do NOT like the battery tray
For me a dual battery grip is a must have and for my previous 5D (a mark III) I bought the Vello BG-C9 because it was less expensive and I'll be honest; it worked GREAT. This time, I decided to go with the Canon version. It works fine so far, but I am NOT impressed with the battery tray. It's flimsy and feels like it would snap in two if torqued the wrong way. Given the cost of this grip, I really expected something a little more rugged feeling. Time will tell. I'm giving it four stars for now because it works great and I am a loyal Canon fan but may revise this in the future to give it the full 5 stars or reduce the rating based on how things go.
I love the bigger grip and when taking portrait photos. To me this and the 5D Mark iv is as good at the 1D'd and less expensive.
Does what it needs to do
Grip makes holding the camera super easy, and of course it's great to have double the battery life. The only thing to perhaps think twice about is fitting your assembled rig into a camera bag, especially if you have other gear - the added grip can make things a little awkward to fit. There are endless options for bags out there, so a solution more than likely can be found, it's just something to consider.
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