IndiPRO Tools 2.5mm to Sony a7 Series Dummy Battery Cable (Regulated, 24")

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IndiPRO Tools
IndiPRO Tools 2.5mm to Sony a7 Series Dummy Battery Cable (Regulated, 24")
Key Features
  • Power a7 Camera from 2.5mm Input Sources
  • Operates On 11-19V
  • Inline Regulation, No Heat / Video Noise
  • For a7, a7 II, a7S, a7S II, a7R, a7R II
This 24" 2.5mm to a7 Series Dummy Battery Cable from IndiPRO Tools allows you to power the Sony a7 Series cameras from any power source with a 2.5mm barrel connector input and 11 - 19V output. It is an inline regulated cable that produces no heat and cause no video noise in the camera.
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$49.00

IndiPRO Tools PR2SA7 Overview

This 24" 2.5mm to a7 Series Dummy Battery Cable from IndiPRO Tools allows you to power the Sony a7 Series cameras from any power source with a 2.5mm barrel connector input and 11 - 19V output. It is an inline regulated cable that produces no heat and cause no video noise in the camera.

The dummy battery end is compatible with the Sony a7, a7S, a7R, and a7 II, a7S II, and a7R II cameras. Among the compatible power devices is the 14.4V version of the IndiPRO Tools Power Pod.

UPC: 859576003256

IndiPRO Tools PR2SA7 Specs

Length24" (61 cm)
Connector 12.5 mm barrel connector
Connector 2Dummy battery for a7, a7S, a7R, a7 II, a7S II, and a7R II
Power CompatibilityOperates on 11-19 V
Weight3.2 oz / 90.7 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.16 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)7.25 x 4.6 x 1.6"
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Asked by: Tyler
If you wish to return or exchange within 30 days of purchase from B&H, please contact our Customer Service department. Please see the following link. https://bhpho.to/2caRE5L
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2018-08-26

Does this work with the Sony A6500

Does this work with the Sony A6500
Asked by: Austin Simpson
Yes.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-07-10

question

Hey just brought this cord for my A7sii and had it running from my camera to the tilta V mount plate and had a V mount battery on top of the plate. It worked the first few times i played around with it, and came back later in the day to turn my camera on, and it wouldn't turn on, i think its fried the camera. WHAT DO I DO?
Asked by: Luca T.
Happened to me as well. Were you using an electronic lens adapter?
Answered by: Yuling C.
Date published: 2018-08-26

Does this work with A7siii?

Does this work with A7siii?
Asked by: Laszlo
No, this is the for the older NP-FW50 series batteries used on caemras before the A7III and a6600
Answered by: Devin
Date published: 2020-10-24

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Will this work with the power pod 14.4 volt station and covert to the appropriate 7.2 volts or should I use the 7.2 volt power pod?
Asked by: Luke
The 7.2v power pod will not work with this regulated version.
Answered by: Tiago H.
Date published: 2018-08-26

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May I use it in a Sony A6000? Does it work?
Asked by: Jorge
The a6000 works off AC power and can take this dummy and cable. Be sure to open the connection cover (a little rubber/plastic door) on the battery compartment door before closing on the dummy and it's cable.
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2018-08-26

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can i use this with an external battery 9V or 12V for my Sony a7s ?
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes. you can. I have using the Varavon Tpower 12V and 16.8V and modify the convert it can power up the Sony A7s
Answered by: CHI HANG C.
Date published: 2018-08-26

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I was looking for an external battery / portable charger to power my A7R2 in the field when shooting extended timelapse series. I see the voltage range of this adapter, but what is a recommended amperage range? Additionally, can anyone recommend a good battery that isn't too large that might get the job done?
Asked by: Norman P.
I Cut the DC coupler/connector off the end and connected this to a lawnmower battery for a 9 hour long overnight timelapse with my sony a7s2. Readying the output voltage with a meter from a standard fully charged sony battery, and the output voltage from this adapter attached to the lawnmower battery, both voltages were the same. I have had no issues since with this setup and have used it many times now. If it works with a 12v lawnmower battery, I'm sure you will be fine with whatever battery you use, Just be sure to check the voltages from the adapters output before plugging it into your camera for the first time to make sure everything stays stable and steady and that you dont have a defective adapter.
Answered by: Justin G.
Date published: 2018-08-26
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