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got the little grip for the 50sii and it's better than nothing. honestly, haven't burned through a battery yet. transferring files charges it nicely, and having a spare wasabi was like $30. the mhg gfx S grip works great and has an arca swiss built in. gives a little extra room for my pinky to stabilize longer lenses.

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29 minutes ago, BIGOAK said:

got the little grip for the 50sii and it's better than nothing. honestly, haven't burned through a battery yet. transferring files charges it nicely, and having a spare wasabi was like $30. the mhg gfx S grip works great and has an arca swiss built in. gives a little extra room for my pinky to stabilize longer lenses.

Thanks for the tip, I'll give it a try. Otherwise I like the comfort of a grip for portrait shooting, and I honestly just have massive hands so I usually get a battery grip with any camera I own. 

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I’m dying to have Battery grip for my GFX 50sii. I’ve been one the Nikon Lover “D” Series like D2/D3 etc. So always big fan and user of vertical grip. It’s so handy and peace of mind. Any ways. Would love to hear from Fuji. 

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