My Sony A6300 became a lot more useful since I added the Meike battery grip, handles much better, especially for manual focusing, the only drawback, I do prefer to remove the card if I don’t shoot tethered rather then downloading the files via USB cable from the camera (too slow). That means I have to remove the grip every time, other then that I love it. I rediscovered the Helios 44-2, which I had laying around and completely forgot about it, this little lens produces lovely low contrast files wide open, tack sharp and if stopped down by only 1/2 a stop, the contrast increases dramatically. Quite like the low contrast look for portraits.
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Sony A6300 with the Meike A6300 battery grip and the ProMediaGear bracket for the Sony A7II with battery gripand my favorite wide angle lens, the Sony 10-18mm.
after a hard day’s work (still hot:)
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I have been waiting for this, the Meike MK A6300.
Skip the cable connector for the second shutter release, just having a slightly larger grip area and two batteries will make this camera a lot more versatile.