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    but hor,

    will the weight hinder me from taking the pics?

    as in, will the weight from the grip cause the camera's weight to tilt?
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    Quote Originally Posted by evoben View Post
    but hor,

    will the weight hinder me from taking the pics?

    as in, will the weight from the grip cause the camera's weight to tilt?
    On the contrary, the grip will make the centre of gravity (my physics teacher would be so proud of me) closer to you allowing for better control.

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    I always have the grip on my 400D. It makes the camera more balance. I only remove the grip when I go travelling, that's the only time I appreciate the size and weight of 400D without the grip
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    for a big guy like me... i always need a Grip to have a good control....

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    Quote Originally Posted by evoben View Post
    ohh..
    so it does prolong the batt life huh...

    great...

    any idea how much would it cost and can i get it over at CP?
    it will cost you about $150-$200 if i am not wrong... you can do a price comparison between CP and AP Funan... CP was selling 350D grip for $195 but i got mine over at AP for $180... so advice is do some price comparison before u buy it =D

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeoDaddy View Post
    I love my grip.. I cannot think of any cons abt having a grip.. onli one maybe is weight.. but that may not be a bad thing. So.. go buy 1.
    it gets it in the way when you want to mount on a tripod
    also not as stable if mounted with grip

    if i use the grip or not depends on situation

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    Quote Originally Posted by ortega View Post
    it gets it in the way when you want to mount on a tripod
    also not as stable if mounted with grip

    if i use the grip or not depends on situation
    Humm.. make sense.. but have not notice this problem yet.. maybe I have not use enuf of it..

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