Made for α9, α7R III and α7 III, this camera grip provides secure holding when shooting with the camera held vertically, just the same as with horizontal composition. Two NP-FZ100 batteries can be loaded for longer hours of shooting and the grip supports USB charging via the camera body.
Equal vertical and horizontal operability
VG-C3EM body design makes it almost equally easy to control the camera in vertical and horizontal positions, thanks to keys and controls that are nearly the same as those on the back of the camera body. For example, the vertical grip provides a Multi Selector for fast selection of an AF point.
Grip shape for assured hold
VG-C3EM has a grip shape, which allows you to get an enhanced hold for confident shooting in vertical position that is virtually the same as that in horizontal position.
Nearly 2x longer stamina
VG-C3EM vertical grip loads two NP-FZ100 batteries in its housing. You can check the camera LCD monitor to see the remaining power of the battery in use as a percentage (1% minimum unit) on the power indicator. When the power of one battery runs out, the other battery automatically switches on to continue operation.
USB power charging via camera body
You can charge batteries loaded in the vertical grip, using the camera's USB port without detaching the grip from the camera body.1.
Highly rigid magnesium for exterior
Made of magnesium alloy, the same as α9, this grip is highly rigid and lightweight.
Careful attention to dust/moisture resistance2
Effective dust- and moisture-resistant sealing2 is applied to key and controls, as well as ports and electric contacts, for tough usage in harsh shooting conditions.
The simultaneous installation of this unit with the LA-EA2/EA4 mount adapter is not supported. If both are installed at the same time, the narrow clearance between the unit and the lens mount adapter makes it hard to hold the grip.
Sony customer reviews
May 12, 2019
Grif, Denver, CO:
I had read the reviews on the a7Riii and noted the comments on the ergonomics of the grip. I was not surprised when I first held the camera that my little finger dangled in space. I had heeded the comments, bought the battery grip and added it immediately to my camera purchase. Yes, it adds bulk and weight to an otherwise svelte camera. The added sq. inches for my hand is much welcomed! It adds to hand held stability. Continue Reading...