IndiPRO Tools Dual LP-E6 Power Grid & XLR Audio Box with NP-FW50 Dummy Battery (15mm Rod Bracket)

IndiPRO Tools Dual LP-E6 Power Grid & XLR Audio Box with NP-FW50 Dummy Battery (15mm Rod Bracket)

IndiPRO Tools Dual LP-E6 Power Grid & XLR Audio Box with NP-FW50 Dummy Battery (15mm Rod Bracket)

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Product Highlights

  • For Sony a7 Series, a6300, a6500 & More
  • Dual LP-E6 Battery Plates
  • Hot-Swappable
  • Dual 3-Pin XLR Audio Inputs
  • 3.5mm Stereo Mini Jack
  • 18" Cable Length
  • 1/4"-20 Threaded Holes on Top and Bottom
  • Aircraft Grade Aluminum Housing
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Dummy Battery: NP-FW50


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Mount Type: Rod Mount & 1/4"-20

1/4"-20 Rod Mount & 1/4"-20
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The Power Grid & XLR Audio Box with Dual LP-E6 Plates for Sony a7 Camera from IndiPRO Tools provides power to your Sony a7 Camera using two optional Canon LP-E6 type batteries. It converts two XLR inputs to a 3.5mm stereo audio output to provide two channels of audio directly to your camera. The Power Grid System incorporates a clamp so you can mount it to optional LWS 15mm support rods and it features a right angle power plug to keep the cable neat and snug on the camera.

The Power Grid features a two-sided design that mounts the batteries one on each face, although only one battery is required to supply the necessary voltage to power the camera. A blue LED built into the plate lights up to indicate sufficient voltage available to power your camera. You can hot swap your batteries without powering down the camera, as long as there is always a sufficiently charged battery in the Power Grid. The Power Grid System is Made in the USA.

  • Powers your Sony a7 Camera using two available Canon LP-E6 type batteries.
  • The unit incorporates two adapters from XLR to a 3.5mm stereo mini. This allows you to record the signal from two XLR mics in the camera via the stereo input.
  • Integrated rod clamp for LWS (light weight standard) 15mm support rods, allows you to mount the Power Grid System in a variety of positions.
  • Space saving battery plate that mounts available batteries, sold separately, face to face instead of side-by-side.
  • Batteries securely snap into place.
  • A built-in blue power LED provides confirmation that the Power Grid System is supplying enough voltage to power the camera.
UPC: 859576003041
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IndiPRO Tools Dual LP-E6 Power Grid & XLR Audio Box with NP-FW50 Dummy Battery (15mm Rod Bracket)
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Connectors Connector 1: Sony a7 dummy battery (power)
    Battery Plates: Canon LP-E6 type
    Audio In: 2 x 3-Pin XLR female
    Audio Out: 1 x 3.5 mm stereo mini jack
    Cable Length 18" / 45.7 cm
    Power Compatibility 7.2 VDC
    Dimensions 3.5 x 3.1" / 8.9 x 7.9 cm
    Weight 5.6 oz / 158.8 g
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.85 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 6.7 x 5.4 x 3.4"
    Dual LP-E6 Power Grid & XLR Audio Box with NP-FW50 Dummy Battery (15mm Rod Bracket) is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 3.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from MY SONY A7S IS A POWERFULL BEAST NOW!! Amazing!! this thing works like a charm, I was able to record non-stop video last week at a live concert and still had 3 hours left on the batteries!! when fully charged two canon Lp-E6 shoud give you around 4 if not more hours of juice!!! :D. Did I mention you can hot swap them too? Yes, If you have let say 3 batteries and they are fully charged you can let two run for 4 hours and then hot swap one of them for the extra juice!! so far so good I had nothing but great experience with this baby!! Keep in mind that sony a7s can only record 29 minutes at a time, lucky me I own a Ninja Blade so I'm by passing all this limitations :) ... On top of giving you 4 hours plus power on the A7S it also has two XLR mic inputs that will convert to a normal mic jack so you can attach it to the a7s and get two channels (keep in mind this does not provide phantom power).. this is just the cherry on the top :) don't expect phantom power. Great amazing product and it comes ready to attach to any rod system rig like mine (look at pictures)
    Date published: 2015-05-06
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Makes the A7s usable for video prodction Overall, it is a great product that fulfills a much needed solution to the lacking battery life of the Sony A7s. I like how it mounts on 15mm rails and works great as a small counterweight for a shoulder rig setup (it's pretty lightweight, which is a pro, and a con depending on your use). Would greatly recommend it for the price if you are not already invested in some sort of V-lock battery power solution. Pros: extends battery life hot swappable mounts on 15mm rails XLR conversion Cons: -Plastic build (except the 15mm rail mount) -Canon batteries are only friction locked in the mount, so I worry about them popping out if I am running around. -Battery percentage does not seem to be communicated to camera accurately, and only displays one blue led on the block for having power. -The cables are only 18, and just about 2-4 shorter than I would prefer for mounting on a shoulder rig. The stereo audio cable does not reach the other side of the camera in shoulder rig configuration.
    Date published: 2015-06-06
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worth every penny! I have the Sony A7s as you probably know by now, battery life is short! This extends the battery life and uses by 1000% The two XLR channels are a great feature.
    Date published: 2015-12-28
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