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Nikon MB-D14 Multi Battery Power Pack

BH #NIMBD14 • MFR #27065
Nikon MB-D14 Multi Battery Power Pack
Key Features
  • For Use with the D600 and D610 Cameras
  • Holds 1x EN-EL15 or 6x AA Batteries
  • Extended Grip for Vertical Composition
  • Shutter Release Button for Vertical Use
Use this Nikon MB-D14 Multi Battery Power Pack for enhanced handling capabilities or to extend the battery life of your D600 or D610. This battery pack accepts one EN-EL15 lithium-ion battery or six AA batteries if used with the optional MS-D14 AA Battery Holder. The design of the grip improves vertical shooting. An additional shutter release button, AE/AF lock button, multi-selector, and main- and sub-command dials are incorporated into its design for more intuitive handling.
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Nikon MB-D14 Overview

Use this Nikon MB-D14 Multi Battery Power Pack for enhanced handling capabilities or to extend the battery life of your D600 or D610. This battery pack accepts one EN-EL15 lithium-ion battery or six AA batteries if used with the optional MS-D14 AA Battery Holder. The design of the grip improves vertical shooting. An additional shutter release button, AE/AF lock button, multi-selector, and main- and sub-command dials are incorporated into its design for more intuitive handling.

UPC: 018208270651

Nikon MB-D14 Specs

Battery Type1 x Battery Pack (EN-EL15)
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.16 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)7.35 x 4.15 x 4.1"

Nikon MB-D14 Reviews

Perfect fit and fnction

By Steven
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-06-08

Works like it was designed for my D610. Funny. Works great and would recommend for anyone to use with their D610. Have similar for my D750. The AA insert makes a great backup / case for extra AA batteries for this or other accessories. A decent space saver as well as function.

It works fine but the description is inaccurate

By Jim
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2019-05-21

This works fine. Its described as holding 2x EN-EL15 or 6 AA Batteries, but it only holds ONE EN-EL15 or 6aa batteries with the included adapter. With the one in the camera, you do have a total of two batteries, but the power pack is NOT a Multi Battery Power Pack.

Big Hand for Nikon

By Lisa
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2017-11-09

Love it adds bulk for bulky big hands.

Yes I would buy this item again it solves my needs.

By Daryl
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2017-08-16

It solved my power problems. Question to Nikon though, why didn't they add another battery in the grip ? It seems like there was enough room for two batteries as well as keep the third battery in the camera itself , making this set up hold three batteries. The grip is solid , didn't like third party grips out there . I had a third party grip for my d5200 and it failed within two weeks- didn't want to repeat that again. I really like the feel of the extra surface area of entire camera and grip; although, it's more expensive than some grips , I'm please sticking to Nikon products no issues so far. I'll put it through its paces during eclipse weekend and general shooting. Wish clear skies to all who's venturing out on eclipse day. Would I purchase this item again ? Yes, I would buy this grip again, it solves my needs; perhaps, it'll solved yours too.

battery grip by nikon

By Kck
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2017-06-18

It fits nice and helps balance the camera

Great

By mgarciacarvajal
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2016-09-26

Great tool that is working perfectly with my D610 when I take to the field training I go to. Hasn't give me any issues so far.

Get a Grip, People!

By Dreux
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-06-20

Very impressed with the design and build of this grip. Much improved over my previous D90/MB-D80 combo. Some complain that it only takes one battery, but the point they miss is that with one battery in the camera, the one in the grip is hot-swappable. If both were in the grip, this would not be possible. You can run the grip’s battery flat and have almost a full charge’s worth of time on the camera’s battery to replace the grip’s battery with AAs, then charge the grip’s EN-EL15b in the meantime. In this way, you can run almost indefinitely.

So far so good.

By Brandon
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2020-04-24

So I had the Velo version and the gears inside ended up freezing, forcing me to break it to get it off. I am hoping this doesn't happen. I purchased two, to go with both bodies. I will put it through the test and post any issues. Why 4 stars... well the description says holds two batteries. Which made me assume it was like the old D200 Grips which I had previously that held two batteries in the grip itself. The design flaw in my opinion is that this grip only holds 1 battery, the other battery is still located inside the camera body, so there is no hot swap of both batteries without taking off the grip. This is my one grip, it is silly, but I know Nikon did better before. I always thought the D200 grip was amazing because the grip also went into the camera with more support where the camera battery was located. Loved this, so it was not just the threaded screw but also more structurally designed.

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On this power pack, I am looking to purchase for my wife. Am I reading correctly that it only takes one EN-EL15 battery for its operation. Also do you leave the original battery in the camera or just operate off the battery pack. Is it any trouble to connect to the camera. Im sorry im not a camera person but she is and I just want her to be pleased with it. Thanks.
Asked by: Anonymous
When using this grip, it will always require that the original battery be left in the camera, and the grip can then be used with just that one battery, or you have the option of adding a 2nd battery pack to the grip. The grip is not difficult to attach to the camera. It supplied with simple instructions.
Answered by: Yos O.
Date published: 2018-08-28

Does the BBF work?

Does the BBF work?
Asked by: Jeffrey
Yes you can use the button on the grip for Back Button Focus.
Answered by: Dan
Date published: 2019-08-08

Can this be used with just 2 or 4 AA batteries ...

Can this be used with just 2 or 4 AA batteries (to save weight)?
Asked by: Andrew
If using AA batteries, you must use 6 of them in order to have any functionality from the grip. To save weight, using the EN-EL15/15A with this grip is better.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2019-05-10

question

Hi,Is this compatible with Nikon D610?
Asked by: Anonymous
The Nikon MB-D14 battery grip is compatible with both the D600 and D610, yes.
Answered by: Christina S.
Date published: 2018-08-28

question

This product made in Japan or China?
Asked by: Manming C.
According to the information we have, our current inventories Country of Origin is China. Please be aware this can change over the product's production life without notice.
Answered by: Heather S.
Date published: 2018-08-28

question

The description says -Holds 2x EN-EL15 or 6 AA Batteries. Until I read this, I was under the impression that it, like the other el-cheapo brand that I gave away, holds one in the grip and one in the camera. On my D90, the Nikon-brand grip has a door on the back that opens and allows 1 or 2 batteries to be used, or a special tray for AA batteries, but it is designed to not allow a battery to be inserted into the body. Please clarify: Can this grip actually hold 2 standard Li-Ion batteries inside the grip, or just one?
Asked by: Bob
The grip can only hold 1 battery EN-EL15. You can still put 1 in the camera so you will have 2 at the same time. The camera will switch to another in case one is depleted
Answered by: Tram N.
Date published: 2018-08-28

question

I'm guessing this is compatible with the d300s an d700
Asked by: SHAUN
To my knowledge just the d600 and d610(same body) I would go to nikon usa website to find the coresponding grip for your camerabody!
Answered by: RICHARD J.
Date published: 2018-08-28

question

Description says it takes an EN-EL3e battery, but camera has EN-EL15. I'm somewhat confused ... can you help?
Asked by: Nicholas
Thanks everyone!
Answered by: Nicholas D.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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