T2i / 550D knock-off battery grip review

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    Thanks for writing this review man! Helps out a lot with my problem deciding between official Canon accessories and 3rd-party products. Once I get a grip for my 7D, I’ll let you know of my final thoughts on it.
     
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    A bonus for photographers with large hands: The handle probably help you because it increases your surface in contact with a lot of things. I used to be able to put three fingers on one side of tT2i, and now I can put all four on.
     
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    I have Flashpoint Adorama off-brand grips for both my 50D and 7D and they work fine. They sometimes quirk up like lose rear dial control, but a quick off/on reset fixes that. (I often forget and leave it on, and maybe turning the camera on and off tons of times, it confuses it). But for 1/3 the price of the Canon ones, I'm very pleased.
     

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