Hahnel Battery Grip for Nikon D800

Hahnel Battery Grip for Nikon D800

Code: CHLHND800    Brand: Hahnel   
  • Comfort and Control in Vertical Position
  • Vertical Position Shutter Release Button
  • Vertical Position Control Buttons & Dial
  • Extends Shooting Time
  • Holds Two EN-EL15 or HL-EL15 Batteries
  • Also Works with 6 AA Batteries
APN: 5099113002327
Supplier Code: CHLHND800

The Hahnel HN-D800 Infrapro Battery Grip for Nikon D800 Cameras is an easy way to double your shooting time and get a better grip while shooting in portrait orientation. This professional battery grip operates on 1 or 2 rechargeable EN-EL15 or HL-EL15 lithium-ion batteries or 6 rechargeable Ni-MH or alkaline AA batteries for much longer shooting sessions, without having to stop to change or replace batteries. The grip attaches securely to the camera body and there's a vertical firing release with a lock, so shooting verticals is as easy as shooting horizontals.

This grip features a built-in infrared receiver that allows remote shooting within a range of up to 10-12 m. The remote control transmitter provides autofocus before shutter release and continuous shutter release or bulb function for as long as the button remains pressed. Built-in power management regulates the power output and detects use of Li-ion or AA batteries automatically. Batteries are not included.

  • Increases rate from 5 fps to 6 fps in DX mode.
  • Vertical shutter release
  • Built-in infrared reciever
  • Uses rechargeable Li-ion/AA batteries
Batteries 1 or 2 Lithium-ion (EN-EL15 or HL-EL15) batteries or 6 x AA alkaline or Ni-MH batteries

295 g


  • hahnel HN-D800 Infrapro Battery Grip for Nikon D800 Cameras
  • Li-Ion Battery Tray
  • AA Battery Adapter
  • Infrared Remote
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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