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When shooting stills or video for extended periods of time, battery life is often a problem. With the Lanparte portable battery pack, you are now able to extend this battery life of your Sony A7, NEX-5, 5R, 5T, 5TL, a5100, a5000, or a600 by more than four times the standard battery thanks to its enormous 6000mAH (45wH) capacity.
The battery pack is supplied with a FW-50P dummy battery adaptor that fits inside the battery tray of any camera that takes uses NP-FW50 batteries which include the aforementioned Sony cameras.
This adaptor connects to the battery via a 3 pin mini XLR port, and can be interchanged with other adaptors (sold separately) to power a range of different cameras. (Please note: the battery door must be shut before the camera will power on).
This is a great alternative to a battery grip, particularly if you use your camera on a rig, where the extra height and bulk of a battery grip can get in the way.
The rechargeable pack uses lithium ion technology to fit this huge amount of charge into a small handheld package. Four LEDs provide a gauge of the amount of power left in the pack, whilst a fifth LED illuminates red when charging, and finally turns green when charging is complete.
Also included is a mains charger and carry pouch, which features a handy belt clip.
The device is CE & RoHS certified for safety and features smart charge circuitry to charge quickly without causing battery damage. It also has short circuit sensing, and will automatically switch off its output if a short circuit is detected.