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.
- For Z 6 II and Z 7 II Cameras
- Accepts Two EN-EL15 Batteries
- Hot-Swappable Battery Slot
- Extended Grip for Vertical Composition
Nikon MB-N11 Overview
Nikon MB-N11 Specs
|Battery Type||2 x Battery Pack (EN-EL15)|
|Package Weight||0.975 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||6.9 x 5.3 x 4.1"|
Nikon MB-N11 Reviews
Very happy with this purchase!
Ver nice grip! I expected that since it is from Nikon. Unfortunately You spend some $$$$$$ since it is Nikon. Nikon should have designed it like the previous grips. I don't like how the door slides to the side to open up. All provisos grips were deigned better. A must have for your camera !!
one of accessories much needed
This is perfectly need especially when you do travel photography i
This grip does allow you to use the vertical controls and have two batteries attached to the camera at the same time. However, in less than a year, the rubber on all parts of the grip is coming off, and it makes my Z6ii very laggy. It takes almost 2-3 seconds to boot up from off, and it makes some of the user interface very slow to respond. It is also incredibly expensive for what it is. Not sure why. It does make the camera feel a little more substantial though, so that is a plus. If I could do 2.5 stars I would.
Who designed this thing?!?!
It's great that you can have an extra battery charging but I'm concerned about the durability on this device. What bothers me most is the horrible design on the battery door/cover. If you are not super careful, it will come off and then it's a pain in the you-know-what to get it back on. This item is also too expensive in my opinion.
Not inexpensive, but the best
This is the best way to make your Z6II or Z7II more capable and close to a pro level format. Since it is a Nikon product designed for these cameras, it works flawlessly and provide additional capabilities that others may not due to compatibility issues. It isn't inexpensive, compared to the 3rd party options, but well worth the price.
Gives the camera a better grip and balance. And of course uninterrupted shooting with being able to hotswap batteries.
Improves horizontal handling, not just vertical
The MB-N11 creates a win-win situation for me. When I make horizontal shots, I find the edge of the 'N11 rests on the heel of my left hand as I hold a lens, adding more stability than I feel when I shoot without the grip. The same effect occurs when I shoot vertically with the grip because I am not trying to curl my right hand around the shutter release side of the camera when I shoot overhanded or bend my right wrist when I shoot underhanded as I would without a grip. I attribute these improvements to the deep-well recess of the vertical grip. Replacing both batteries with the 'N11 is easier than swapping cells in the D800 body/grip configuration, but not as convenient as with the D200 grip. Although the 'N11 with two batteries adds more bulk and weight, overall the camera and grip are lighter than previous systems I have used. The lighter build and improved ergonomics put the MB-N11 in first place among the three grips I have used.
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