Product Code: 1621225

Used Canon BG-E7 Battery Grip for EOS 7D

Discontinued
Condition : 9-

Shows little signs of use with some minor marks (4, maybe 6). This is most likely to be on the hot shoe, screens, base, lense barrel, etc.

Condition : 9-

Battery Grip shows light signs of use, grip shows very few cosmetic marks and scratches including marks to tripod mount, light shining to base corners, marks to body mount, debris left in grip tightening wheel.
Battery Grip is supplied with the box, manual, AA tray.

The Canon BG-E7 battery grip is the official Canon battery-grip for the Canon EOS 7D digital SLR and offers the user multiple power options plus vertical control. The BG-E7 will hold up to 2 Canon LP-E6 batteries to offer a greater shooting duration. As an alternative the BG-E7 grip can be used with 6 AA batteries. This not only increases shooting times but also means that the universally ...

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The Canon BG-E7 battery grip is the official Canon battery-grip for the Canon EOS 7D digital SLR and offers the user multiple power options plus vertical control. The BG-E7 will hold up to 2 Canon LP-E6 batteries to offer a greater shooting duration. As an alternative the BG-E7 grip can be used with 6 AA batteries. This not only increases shooting times but also means that the universally available AA batteries can be used in the event that your lithium ion batteries fail. The Canon BG-E7 grip also makes holding your 7D in the vertical or portrait position more comfortable. Shutter release, main dial, AF Point Selection, AF/FE Lock, Index, Aperture, Exposure Compensation Button and Reduce Button functions are all replicated on the grip, making operation of the camera more convenient when shooting in the portrait format. Batteries not included with grip. Back to top

Product Specification

For Use With Canon EOS 7D
Size (mm) 155 x 83 x 124 mm
Type Battery Grip
Weight (g) 490
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Product Code: 1621225-wex Manufacturers Part Number: 3815B001AA Got a question? Get it answered...