Meike Pro Battery Grip With Built-in 2.4GHz Remote Controller and Intervalometer


If you’re disappointed by Sony lack of an intervalometer in their new Sony a7RIII or a9 like I am than Meike’s pro grip from Amazon might be a good option for you. I was down in key west the other day shooting astrophotography with some friends and really missed the internal intervalometer feature on the Sony a7RIII, because time-lapse photography can be a lot of fun at night especially if you are waiting for a specific shot or if it is cloudy out.

Introduction
Meike Professional Holder Pack MK-A9 Pro with Remote Control This stable and ergonomically-designed battery grip offers more useful functions.

It provides more battery capacity for your camera, effectively extending your shooting time. Meanwhile, With vertical shooting function. Excellent coating made with the top-class rubber for perfect feeling. and long distance remote control, which can bring you a nice shooting experience.

Features: 
2pcs NP-FZ100 Lithium batteries can be put into the grip, extending your shooting time.
With vertical shooting function. Excellent coating made with the top-class rubber for perfect feeling.
Adopts 2.4GHz wireless channel and FSK signal mode. The max distance for remote control can reach to about 100m.
Support screen lock function and lock display mode.
Allow for setting delay time, exposure time, time interval and number of shots.
Specifications(Parameter):
Working voltage: 6.7V-7.2V (grip) /3V (remote control)
Working temperature: 0~40℃.
Applicable battery (Not Included): 1 or 2 pcs NP-FZ100 Lithium batteries (for grip) /2xAAA batteries(remote control)
Weight: approx. 420g (grip) /32g(remote control)(batteries not included)
Size:About127(L)*67(W)*110(H)mm(grip)/108(L)*30(W)*21(H)mm(remote control)

Suitable for: Sony A9 A7R III Camera. 100% Brand new.
Package Includes: 
1 x Battery Grip
1 x Remote Controller
1 x Instruction Manual
1 x Original Packing
1 x meike product guarantee card

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