Nikon MB-N10 Battery Pack Hands-on Photos

October 10, 2019 | Mark Goldstein | Compact System Camera | Comment |

Want to see exactly what the new Nikon MB-N10 Battery Pack for the Nikon Z6 and Nikon Z7 cameras looks like in the flesh?

Check out our hands-on gallery of photos of the Nikon MB-N10 Battery Pack now, which is priced at £179 / $199 in the UK and US respectively.

A gallery of hands-on photos of the Nikon MB-N10 Battery Pack.

Nikon USA Press Release

The MB-N10 is a Multi Battery Power Pack for the Z 7 and Z 6 full frame mirrorless cameras (cameras sold separately). It is designed to add additional shooting time versus just using the battery in the camera alone. The MB-N10 may increase the length of shooting time up to 1.8x* (*CIPA standard) more than using just the camera’s battery. The MB-N10 is designed with the same weather sealing and modern design of the Z cameras and affords photographers a well-balanced feel when a long telephoto lens is on the camera.

The MB-N10 can accept two EN-EL15b or EN-EL15a/EN-EL15 rechargeable Lithium-ion batteries, each housed in its own battery compartment. For convenience, the batteries are hot-swappable, which means that you can replace one while the other continues powering the camera. This is beneficial for video, interval and time-lapse shooting. With two batteries, power is first drawn from the battery in chamber A until it is depleted, and then the unit draws power from the battery in chamber B.

Other features include battery power level displays for each battery, a socket for connectivity to a tripod and the ability to use the optional EH-7P Charging AC Adapter to charge the EN-EL15b batteries while inserted into the unit, whether its attached to the camera or not.

Stills: Measured at 23 °C/73.4 °F (±2 °C/3.6 °F) with a NIKKOR Z 24–70mm f/4 S lens under the following test conditions: one photograph taken at default settings once every 30 sec.

Movies: Measured at 23 °C/73.4 °F (±2 °C/3.6 °F) with the camera at default settings and a NIKKOR Z 24–70mm f/4 S lens under conditions specified by the Camera and Imaging Products Association (CIPA).

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