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  1. Fujifilm MHG-XPRO2 Battery Grip

    The Fujifilm MHG-XPRO2 Metal Hand Grip for X-Pro2 provides an optimized grip for easier handling and manipulation of the Fujifilm X-Pro2 Mirrorless Digital Camera. Milled from aluminum alloy and matching the silhouette of the camera, this hand grip adds an additional 8mm of clearance from the base of the body to better support the use of large-diameter lenses when mounted to a tripod. At the base of the grip, a 38mm-wide protrusion features a dovetail design that can act as a quick release plate with Arca-Swiss-style tripod mounts.
  2. Fujifilm MHG-XT2 Battery Grip

    Provide your X-T2 camera with a larger hand grip, such as the Fujifilm MHG-XT2 Metal Hand Grip. In addition to enhanced control and handling, this grip offers extra clearance for the lens, and the plate is Arca-type compatible. Furthermore, it retains access to the memory card and battery compartments, and comes with a tripod mount that is positioned on the optical axis.
  3. Fuji VPB-XH1 Battery Grip


    Fuji VPB-XH1 Battery Grip

    • Vertical Grip fits 2 Additional Batteries
    • Provides up to 30 Minutes of 4K Recording
    • Boost Mode for Burst Shooting
    • Secondary Shutter Release
    • Duplicate Control Dials and Buttons
    • Headphone Socket for Audio Monitoring
    • Dust and Water-Resistant Build
    • AC-9VS Adapter Included
  4. Fujifilm VG-GFX1 Battery Grip

    Make your photo shoots with the Fujifilm GFX 50S Medium Format Camera hassle-free with the Fujifilm VG-GFX1 Vertical Battery Grip. The grip can hold one Fujifilm NP-T125 Rechargeable Battery, thus providing a backup for long shoots. What’s more, when connected to the Fujifilm AC-15V AC Power Adapter, the grip can power the battery in about two hours. The grip also offers easy accessibility to various functions when you are shooting in the vertical position and in an ultra-wide angle as it has the shutter button, dials, and other function buttons, all located close together.
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