Dedicated to the FUJIFILM X-H2S mirrorless camera, the VG-XH Vertical Battery Grip benefits shooting in the vertical orientation and also accepts two additional NP-W235 rechargeable lithium-ion batteries to increase shooting capacity. 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, and Q button to mimic the camera's own layout for intuitive handling.
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- For X-H2S Mirrorless Camera
- Holds 2 x NP-W235 Batteries
- Extended Grip for Vertical Composition
- Secondary Shutter Release
FUJIFILM VBG-XH Overview
FUJIFILM VBG-XH 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|
|Package Weight||0.95 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||6.6 x 4.5 x 2.9"|
FUJIFILM VBG-XH Reviews
This Grip is the reason to buy the X-H2 over the X-T5
This grip is the reason to buy the X-H2 over the X-T5! Fit and feel are excellent. If you shoot in portrait orientation a lot.........get it! Putting aside the extra battery power for the 8K footage.
Must have for long work sessions
Love the long lasting life of my camera with this Grip. Specially useful for soccer games!
Essential for events
No issues, battery lasts all day for video shoots.
A must for folks with big hands
Mirrorless cameras are, for the most part, smaller than their DSLR counterparts. Great for travel, bad for those of us who have big hands. The Fujifilm VG-XH adds additional gripping area, vertical controls and two extra batteries (bringing the total up to 3). Power can be managed with three settings. It also lowers the center of gravity which helps with larger lenses.
Good fit for the XH2
Perfect fit & well built
Must Have When Shooting Vertical With X-H2
I purchased this Vertical Battery Grip for my X-H2 not so much for extended battery use, but rather for the convenience of when I shoot vertical. Due to a few issues with my wrist and fingers, it was a bit difficult to reach over the top side of the camera to reach the shutter button. This grip makes it very easy. First of all, the noticeable difference between this and the vertical grips for my X-Tx cameras is the 'heft' of the grip .. it is really solid and well built. When attached with the 50-140 or 100-400, the grip really makes it a well-balanced combo. It has all the required buttons (Fn1, ISO, WB) as well as other easily accessed control buttons. (I remapped the WB button for Image Stabilization on/off) and FN1 to face/eye detect. When using other lenses on the X-H2 and when I'm not photographing an event, I take the grip off and put on an l-plate. Oh ... other nice little conveniences with the grip ... you don't need to put 2 batteries in ... one is fine ... and, there is a place inside the battery compartment to store the little plastic vertical battery connector grip cover that you take off the bottom of the camera when you put the grip on. So - yes, highly recommended.
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