Dedicated to the FUJIFILM X-T4 mirrorless camera, the VG-XT4 Vertical Battery Grip benefits shooting in the vertical orientation and also accepts two additional NP-W235 rechargeable lithium-ion batteries to increase shooting capacity from approximately 600 frames per charge to approximately 1450 frames. In terms of its physical design, the extended shape incorporates a secondary shutter release button as well as a focus lever, AE-L button, AF-ON button, front and rear command dials, Q button, and Fn button to mimic the camera's own layout for intuitive handling. The grip is also water, dust, and freeze resistant to the same degree as the camera body to maintain its ability to function in harsh conditions.
- For X-T4 Mirrorless Camera
- Holds 2 x NP-W235 Batteries
- Extended Grip for Vertical Composition
- Secondary Shutter Release
FUJIFILM VG-XT4 Overview
FUJIFILM VG-XT4 Specs
|Battery Type||2 x Battery Pack (NP-W235)|
|Tripod Mounting Thread||1/4"-20 Female|
|Operating Temperature||14 to 104°F / -10 to 40°C|
|Dimensions (L x W x H)||2.4 x 5.5 x 4.2" / 60.9 x 138.5 x 105.7 mm|
|Weight||10.79 oz / 306 g|
|Package Weight||1.06 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||7.7 x 5.9 x 3"|
FUJIFILM VG-XT4 Reviews
You got to have power.
A bit expensive but great kit
Solid construction tied with the extended battery life it brings is nice to have. If you shoot in the portrait orientation a good bit, its a must have item.
This product definitely gives your camera a MUCH better feel given that the XT-4 doesn't have a super hardy grip. However, for the price, I'm not sure it's worth the money especially with no battery included. Seems like it sound be more around the $200 range.
Much Needed Accessory
For me, this was a much needed accessory for the X-T4. I love the camera but since the body was so small it always felt like it was going to fall out of my hand because I couldn't get a good grip on it. Also, I was having issues with the 16-55mm lense's rubber grip hitting the mounting plate when using the X-T4 on my Ronin S. This battery grip solved both of those major issues for me.
Nice But Adds Bulk
The battery grip is a nice addition (especially when discounted and bundled with the X-T4) but I find that it adds too much bulk to a perfectly sized X-T camera for my tastes.
I have this grip only because it was included for free with the purchase of a XT-4 (thank you B&H for that short-listed bargain). I certainly wouldn't have paid full price for a battery holder that doesn't even include batteries. I'm guessing that Fuji doesn't speak with news guys because the ergonomics of this grip are a partial fail. In the vertical position the hand fits beautifully on the grip but the horizontal ergonomics are just awful. My trigger finger has to fight with the camera strap to find the trigger button. Fuji would have been better off adding a trigger on the top of the vertical part (which should be a bit bigger) of the battery grip. That's where my finger wants to go. I can't stress enough how stupid the horizontal ergonomics are. The moment you pick up the camera it becomes obvious. For me, I feel the only reason for someone spending their hard earned money on this grip is if you are using long or very large lenses... for balance. If you're not using those bigger lenses then you will be more than happy to spend that money elsewhere. Now, I'm hoping Fuji comes out with the full frame equivalent of a 200-400 f4 lens.
Works well so far.
Great grip for big hands
My big mitts love this grip. Plus it has controls built in. Holding my X-T4 without this grip is awkward for me because of the camera's size and my hand size. It does add a little weight and makes my camera too big to be stealthy. The ergonomics makes me a big fan.
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