Neewer Battery Grip for Sony A6000 cameras


Here’s one for Sony A6000 users who’ve been asking for a battery grip: Neewer Battery Grip for Sony A6000 ($50 at Amazon) works with either one or two NP-FW50 lithium batteries and supports external charging through the micro USB port (two batteries can be charged at the same time.) The kit Includes a infrared wireless remote control. The grip connects to the a6000’s Micro USB port to enable the vertical shutter release button for more comfortable vertical shooting.

Neewer Micro USB Port Wireless Remote Control Battery Grip for Sony A6000 ($50 at Amazon)

If you also want a Arca Swiss-compatible quick release L-plate for your a6000, you can get them together in this kit: Neewer Micro USB Port Wireless Remote Control Battery Grip for Sony A6000 + L Bracket ($80 at Amazon)

Neewer Micro USB Port Wireless Remote Control Battery Grip for Sony A6000 + L Bracket

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11 thoughts on “Neewer Battery Grip for Sony A6000 cameras”

  1. Really dont like thatcheap cord hanging out and having to plug it in. Defeats the clean look and another thing to possibly get hung and break the USB connection. Not good

    1. Because Sony a6000 was not designed for a vertical release it does not have internal shutter release connection so the only way to make the vertical release button work is by either connection by the micro-terminal port or WiFi.

  2. Dimitris Boulotis

    How can I charge the batteries with the neewer battery grip, in the manual it says I can but the description is rather nusty…. can you help???

  3. So you could use the batterygrip without the cable just for charging? Or do you need the cable for charging the camera with the batterygrip?

      1. sry, I meant like.. Does the batterygrip give power to the camera without the weird-lookin cable? Is the small cable just necessary for the shutter release button?

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