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Removing battery chamber cover, nikon d40x

I purchased a grip power pack and need to remove the baterry chamber cover to mount it. on a Nikon D40X

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Tilt the battery chamber cover by some 45 degrees, and then just snap gently to pull out

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Some people also find it more comfortable when turning the camera to shoot in portrait orientation. The grip gives you another shutter release button and some of the other controls so you still hold the camera with your hands in more-or-less the same position whether you shoot in landscape or portrait.

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