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From: "Charles E.Piercy" <>
Subject: Re: camcorder & Car battery
Date: Fri, 04 Jun 1999 12:38:20 GMT
John Zillwood wrote:
> I think the original question was about re-charging the camcorder
> battery from the car battery not running the camcorder from the car. I
> believe that you would require a device that would take the cars 12V and
> invert it to AC then run a battery charger that has the correct DC
> voltage for the camcorder battery.
> Ted Elston wrote:
> > My camcorder came with such a cable, connects into the cigarette
> > lighter, suggest you try your local camera store.
> John Zillwood
> Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada
> ICQ#: 2360148
My Canon UC1 camcorder came with a 12 (input) volt charger for cig
outlet use and a house power charger 110/220 (input) voltage. It will
also run directly off either charger for 'save the battery' situations.
This is nothing new: i bought it in 1991--complete package. Note that
many chargers are dual voltage (110/220) so check it out before you buy
something you may not need for overseas travel.
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