ikan Power Kit with Dual Rod Clamp for BMPCC (Canon LP-E6 Type Battery Plate)

ikan Power Kit with Dual Rod Clamp for BMPCC (Canon LP-E6 Type Battery Plate)

ikan Power Kit with Dual Rod Clamp for BMPCC (Canon LP-E6 Type Battery Plate)

B&H # IKCCPWR2RDE6 MFR # BMPCC-PWR-2RD-E6
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Product Highlights

  • Supports Canon LP-E6 Type Battery
  • Coiled Cable Extends to 3 Feet
  • For LWS 15mm Support Rods
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ikan's Power Kit with Dual Rod Clamp for BMPCC provides a way to power your Blackmagic Pocket Cinema camera using an available camcorder type battery. This item is well suited for use by operators who already own Canon LP-E6 type batteries and wish to use them to power their Blackmagic Pocket Camera.

The unit slides onto and clamps to LWS 15mm rods, and it comes pre-built and ready to go out of the box, just insert your battery and connect the unit to your camera via the coiled cable that provides about three feet of extension.

The included clamp securely attaches to LWS 15mm support rods.
The coiled cable extends to three feet in length when needed, and then collapses when less length is needed, this helps keeps extra length of cable from getting in your way when shooting.
UPC: 847983009985
In the Box
ikan Power Kit with Dual Rod Clamp for BMPCC (Canon LP-E6 Type Battery Plate)
  • BMPCC Cable & Plug Adapter
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Battery Plate Type Canon LP-E6
    Cable Length 3' (91.4 cm)
    Rod Diameter LWS 15mm
    Weight 0.77 lb (349.27 g)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.8 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 5.7 x 5.4 x 3.3"
    Power Kit with Dual Rod Clamp for BMPCC (Canon LP-E6 Type Battery Plate) is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 2.
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from LP-E6 drains quick I don't know if I'm using this correctly, but I use the LP-E6 (brand & third party) the same time the BMPCC battery is inserted. When doing so, it shows that it is charging the BMPCC battery. I am able to hot swap the LP-E6.But for some reason the LP-E6 drains to empty rather quickly while it's plugged into the camera. I insert it into my Canon 60D and it doesn't power on, signalling a dead battery.It seems like the LP-E6 lasts as long as a BMPCC battery but when used with a DSLR it lasts long like it's supposed to. Also, it charged the BMPCC battery +30% before dying.Did I get a bad copy? Am I using it correctly?
    Date published: 2014-11-19
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from An essential item it's great to be able to use my 7D batteries with the bmpcc
    Date published: 2014-11-11
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