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I need to replace the lid of the battery compartment which has broken off or the compartment itself. Is this possible?


lids are detachable in some cameras for installing battery grips. try to add photo if possible.
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Oct 04, 2015 | Cameras

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Battery grip nikon


Some battery grips plug into the battery compartment, so it would depend which model you were looking at.

Aug 18, 2013 | Hahnel Cameras

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How to get the power grip of canon50d


There is a wheel above the battery compartment on the power grip on the right side, (looks like a gear). Turn it left to loosen and it should slide right off.

Nov 08, 2012 | Canon EOS 50D Digital Camera

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Where has the replacement battery CR1620 must be placed?


1) Open the main battery compartment
2) Remove the battery tray
3) Inside the battery compartment directly behind the LCD screen there is a small cover about the same size as the CR1620.
4) Remove the cover
5) Replace the battery
6) Replace the cover
7) Replace the battery tray

Jul 20, 2012 | Polaroid Battery Grip for Canon EOS-7D...

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How do I open the staple compartment? Already tried the back button


Pushing the button should eject the staple compartment from the front of the unit. It sounds as if the stapler compartment is jammed or corroded.
While pushing the button, attempt to pull the compartment from the front of the stapler. It should slide out like a drawer. Try pulling on the front of the compartment while applying a little pressure in different directions.
You may have to use a small tool to grab the compartment if you can't get a good grip. You may have to use some force. Use only as much pressure as you're comfortable with.
When you do open the compartment, inspect all moving parts and bearing points to be sure nothing is jammed, bent, corroded or seeing excess wear. Remove a jam with small pliers, being sure to get the entire staple. Use fine sand paper on corrosion and then treat with a bit of oil.

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How does a battery grip works exactly in a camera like nikon D60?


First of all, Nikon doesn't make a battery grip for the D60 so I'm going to assume you mean any of the available third-party grips.

The grip fits into the battery compartment, replacing the battery, and attaches to the bottom of the camera, screwing into the tripod socket. It can hold two battery packs, doubling the battery capacity. Some grips also let you use AA batteries instead of the normal Li-ion battery packs. It also has a tripod socket of its own, so you can still mount your camera on a tripod.

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.

Of course, there is a cost for all this. The grip adds significantly to the bulk and weight of the camera.

Mar 27, 2011 | Nikon D60 Digital Camera

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I have a Canon battery grip for my Canon EOS 300D but have no manual to tell me how to use it as the camera is 2nd hand, can i get a manulal or download one from anywhere


I understand there isn't a manual, just a quick how-to guide. Here's some basic use info from a review
http://www.the-digital-picture.com/reviews/canon-bg-e6-battery-grip-review.aspx

The Canon BG-E6 Battery Grip is designed specifically for the Canon EOS 5D Mark II as shown above with a Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8 L II USM Lens mounted. To get the Canon BG-E6 Battery Grip into the position shown, the LP-E6 Battery is removed from the 5D II and the battery door detaches. The BG-E6 slides up into the battery compartment and locks into place via the tripod socket screw seen on the BG-E6 just below the lens in the above image. The BG-E6 provides its own tripod adapter threads - this functionality is not lost.

The Canon BG-E6 Battery Grip holds two Canon LP-E6 Batteries that deliver double the number of shots or video time from the 5D II. Alternatively, use 6 AA batteries in the included Canon BGM-E6 Battery Magazine shown below.

Feb 06, 2011 | Canon BGE6 Battery Grip (3894502) for EOS...

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How do you replace the battery


Battery Installation
Battery Compartment Cover
1) Grip the front of the mouse (the end with the buttons) with your left hand.
2) With your right hand hold the back of the mouse (end opposite the buttons) with your thumb on the bottom, and your index finger and middle finger resting on top.
3) Grip the mouse firmly, pressing down slightly on the GE logo on top of the mouse with the index and middle finger of your right hand, then pull back to release the battery cover.
4) Set the battery compartment cover aside. Insert 2 AAA batteries, being sure to match the polarity of the batteries with the polarity markings inside the battery compartment.
5) Replace the battery compartment cover.
6) Re-link your mouse. See Section 5.

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Dec 10, 2009 | GE Wireless Optical Mini Mouse 3087897985

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HI I have been using a battery grip but if I takethe grip off


It is possible that you may have damaged the battery contacts inside the camera. Use a torch/bright light to rule thispossibilty out.

Nov 24, 2009 | Canon EOS 450D Digital Camera

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How do you change batteries in the wireless optical minnie mouse?


you will need two new AAA batteries, then:

e264c6a4ce3d69934c8bb459d43674dc.png e264c6a4ce3d69934c8bb459d43674dc.png 3c999630ea1690918771a6d53ee37f35.png4. Battery Installation Battery Compartment Cover 1) Grip the front of the mouse (the end with the buttons) with your left hand. 2) With your right hand hold the back of the mouse (end opposite the buttons) with your thumb on the bottom, and your index finger and middle finger resting on top. 3) Grip the mouse firmly, pressing down slightly on the GE logo on top of the mouse with the index and middle finger of your right hand, then pull back to release the battery cover. 4) Set the battery compartment cover aside. Insert 2 AAA batteries, being sure to match the polarity of the batteries with the polarity markings inside the battery compartment. 5) Replace the battery compartment cover. 6) Re-link your mouse.

Aug 18, 2009 | GE Wireless Optical Mini Mouse 3087897985

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