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Nikon MB-N11 Power Battery Pack with Vertical Grip

BH #NIMBN11 • MFR #27215
Nikon
Nikon MB-N11 Power Battery Pack with Vertical Grip
Key Features
  • For Z 6 II and Z 7 II Cameras
  • Accepts Two EN-EL15 Batteries
  • Hot-Swappable Battery Slot
  • Extended Grip for Vertical Composition
Dedicated to the Z 6 II and Z 7 II mirrorless cameras, the Nikon MB-N11 is a multi-battery vertical grip that provides both additional power and a more comfortable grip when working in the vertical shooting orientation. The MB-N11 can accommodate two EN-EL15-type batteries for nearly twice the battery life and has a hot-swappable battery slot for on-the-fly battery changes. A USB Type-C port is featured, too, for connecting to an external power source or for tethering or connecting the camera to other equipment. The grip's design also incorporates a secondary shutter release, control dials, and a function button for more intuitive shooting control.
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Nikon MB-N11 Overview

Dedicated to the Z 6 II and Z 7 II mirrorless cameras, the Nikon MB-N11 is a multi-battery vertical grip that provides both additional power and a more comfortable grip when working in the vertical shooting orientation. The MB-N11 can accommodate two EN-EL15-type batteries for nearly twice the battery life and has a hot-swappable battery slot for on-the-fly battery changes. A USB Type-C port is featured, too, for connecting to an external power source or for tethering or connecting the camera to other equipment. The grip's design also incorporates a secondary shutter release, control dials, and a function button for more intuitive shooting control.

UPC: 018208272150

Nikon MB-N11 Specs

Battery Type2 x Battery Pack (EN-EL15)
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.975 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)6.9 x 5.3 x 4.1"

Nikon MB-N11 Reviews

Good option for your Nikon ZII

By Ricardo
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-08-08

Excellent quality, it works great and it gives you the option to keep the door of the battery chamber in the battery Pack. Excellent for portraits

I know it's expensive but...

By Erez
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2022-08-08

Pay itself with comfort and longer work time. The grip has the button for the vertical shots right were it should be and I'm saying this out of experience. Had another company's Battery Grip which that button was located in a senseless location making it absolutely not ergonomically suitable to hold. Not the case with Nikon. The batteries are easy to be taken out and swapped or charged. Wish I could have them stay in and get the charger to be connected to the grip though... The battery indicator is pointless if you aren't able to see the capacity of the battery all the time or at least with a press of a button. The 4 stars rank is for the 2 reasons mentioned above. As a weddings and corporate photographer, I usually don't change the focus point or area, therefore I don't seem to use the joystick but I guess in some situations it's a must. In my opinion, the Z7II is a smaller camera and the battery grip makes it much more convenient to get the hold of that body.

Just what I needed.

By Marc
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-08-08

I love my Z7II but i've been waiting on the grip. This completes the camera for me. It allows be to comfortably shoot vertical and feels great in my hands. The light weight nature of the camera and this grip still keeps the overall weight low. Love it.

Sorry Nikon. It's just really really bad.

By Cody
Rated 2 out of 5
Date: 2022-05-18

Nikon. You should be embarrassed. If I swap to a vertical grip, it needs to have the same buttons and controls as the non vert grip. There is no access to your fn1 and fn2 buttons. You lose your ISO button, your record (custom) button, exposure comp button... So then you find yourself going back to horizontal to change settings. Coming from the Panasonic S1R which has a grip that duplicates EVERY button on the vert grip, and feels like a seamless transition, this grip feels like a 3rd party toy. If all you need is a shutter button, and dials, then it works. But if you shoot critical fast jobs, this grip is going to let you down.

Quality Grip, Some Connectivity Issues

By Mike
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2022-04-17

This grip works really well 95% of the time. Once every now and then the dial to screw the grip into the body will loosen a bit and the Z6II will give me a shutter error. Typically I just need to tighten that dial a bit more and press the shutter to get it to work again. It would be nice if there was a locking mechanism or switch to ensure the dial doesn't loosen. I've definitely missed a few shots from this in the past, but for my budget to turn a Z6II into a pro-body feel and similar performance, it's still well worth the money.

Good but with a flow in design

By George
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2022-02-08

I've been using the MB-N11 grip for two weeks with my Z6 II and have to admit- it is not that comfortable holding the camera horizontally. Vertically yes. The right back corner section wasn't well designed and is made of slippery plastic which makes the palm of your hand move and slide a lot. Still it adds some benefit to the small Z6 II.

Amazing Nikon Grip

By Jose
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-08-08

The grip feels great in the hands and it does not make the Z6II feel heavy at all. The vertical shooting Environment feels amazing as it has the necessary AF buttons and trigger buttons conveniently placed. It also has usb-c charging abilities which saves loads of time with a hot swappable battery. I would highly recommend this grip for anyone with a Z6II.

Works well, but NOT worth the 7 month wait

By Robert
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2022-08-08

As I've always used a motor drive/extra battery grip for Vertical studio pics, I thought I needed this for my Z7ii Nikon ... but after waiting for a 6 month backorder with B&H, I was less-than-satisfied with the extra weight, and not much else it added to the Z camera. If I were shooting ALL DAY and didn't have available power, I'd bring it, but day-to-day, the single 15c battery is plenty for my needs without the added weight of the vert grip and additional battery. Sadder, but wiser now.

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Is it compatible with the original z6?

Is it compatible with the original z6?
Asked by: Glenn
Please remove this battery grip from the listed accessories for the Nikon z6 and z7 cameras. It isn’t compatible with those models.
Answered by: Brandon
Date published: 2021-08-27

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Is battery changing the same as on the previous Z grip, or does it use a "slide out" holder as with the D850 grip? Will it accept the larger EN-EL18 or only two small batteries?
Asked by: Yasha
The grip has a removable tray that fits two EL15 batteries and loads in from the end, and locks into place. The end cap is hinged like the MBN-10 and closes the tray and batteries in. The left-side battery, like the MBN-10, drains first, and can be swapped without removing the tray (there is a latch to hold the tray into the grip, and a latch on the tray itself to retain that battery).
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Date published: 2021-04-20

Will it function with only 1 battery installed? I ...

Will it function with only 1 battery installed? I know it's hot swappable, and drains the A battery 1st. Can I pull the A battery to charge it while only shooting with the B battery installed?
Asked by: Ronald
Yes , it will function with only 1 battery installed
Answered by: Shalom
Date published: 2020-10-26

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Asked by: Don
This battery grip accepts the EN-EL15C, BH # NIENEL15C. https://bhpho.to/39dcOhS
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2020-11-24

Does the MB-N11 battery grip's function button, ...

Does the MB-N11 battery grip's function button, wheel and joystick have programability within the Z6 II camera's menu system like the camera's wheel, joystick and buttons? Or, are the MB-N11's functions set/fixed by Nikon?
Asked by: Anonymous
The buttons on the MB-N11 can be assigned as needed within the camera's menu.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2021-05-25

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Asked by: Deb
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Answered by: Zachariah
Date published: 2021-03-15

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Does this fit if you're also using the front adapter? The images look like the front of the grip would get in the way.
Asked by: Rachel
Yes it fits with the the Nikon FTZ lens adapter.
Answered by: Dan
Date published: 2021-12-05

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Are the Z 6 II and Z 7 II with a Nikon battery grip about the same size and weight as the D850?
Asked by: Christopher
Yes, a Z6 II / Z7 II equipped with an MB-N11 Battery Grip is about the same weight as a D850 body on its own.
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Date published: 2021-07-27
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