Home made grip for R10

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Because an grip for the R10 is not available i made my own.
just put the camera on a plank , a pencil , jigsaw , then a hole to mount it with a camera screw .
And i also have put some rubber with double sided tape on the wood.
Works good and in my opinion really needed with a bigger lens.
 

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Because an grip for the R10 is not available i made my own.
just put the camera on a plank , a pencil , jigsaw , then a hole to mount it with a camera screw .
And i also have put some rubber with double sided tape on the wood.
Works good and in my opinion really needed with a bigger lens.
Well, that’s thinking outside the box.👍👍👍👍 So, how many batteries does it hold (joking)😄
 

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I am sure someone with a 3D printer could easily print something like this that would be light and strong. A really cleaver design could include a slot for a spare battery or two to be on hand for a quick change
 

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I am sure someone with a 3D printer could easily print something like this that would be light and strong. A really cleaver design could include a slot for a spare battery or two to be on hand for a quick change
Great idea, but you have to like muurman’s woodworking talent on building a battery grip out of wood. Never would have crossed my mind.
 

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