Am I mistaken or is that a Canon EOS 1 series eyecup I see on that D70 viewfinder? :think:photogene said:So it says, Vertical Grip made by Mr. Chimpanzee in Korea :bsmilie:
Nah...the dude made it himself or maybe he modified itGarion said:Am I mistaken or is that a Canon EOS 1 series eyecup I see on that D70 viewfinder? :think:
I agree... I won't part USD$69 just for a white elephant! :nono:satan_18349 said:Haa...siao man...USD $69+ for only a plastic grip that does NOTHING???? sigh...at least MB-16 is better and cheaper...
Possible by putting remote controller inside the gripespn said:Therotically impossible for a vertical shutter as there's no connecting pins below the camera like the D100.
Possible for the dual battery compartments, guess it can run in parallel mode, but not too sure how efficient the battery life will be?
But they could hack it so that khoking's idea of putting the wireless remote into the grip could work eh? I mean, at the moment, when u set the cam to remote mode, you can't fire the shutter from the normal release button. Well, again, where are the russian hackers??justarius said:You need russian engineers Hackers alone cannot cause electrical contacts to suddenly appear.... :bsmilie:
if you think it is impossible, then you will never make it possible. Those who dream are those who always make things happened.raychan said:How on earth can he trigger the shutter with the vertical button when there is no electrical contacts in the base of the D70 nor in the vertical grip ?
Looking from the photos, it appears that the battery compartment only has two contacts for the batteries and nothing else.
Could be possible this grip is only used to aid holding the D70 and to provide a better grip.