IndiPRO Tools Dual Canon LP-E6 Power System with Sony NP-FW50 Dummy Battery

BH #INPD1062 • MFR #PD1062
IndiPRO Tools
IndiPRO Tools Dual Canon LP-E6 Power System with Sony NP-FW50 Dummy Battery
Key Features
  • Hot-Swappable LP-E6 Battery Plates
  • LED Power Status Indicator
  • 2.5mm DC Output for Second Device
  • 1/4"-20 Mounting Thread on Top/Bottom
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The IndiPRO Tools Dual Canon LP-E6 Power System allows you to provide extended power to your Sony a7 Series camera. It features two hot-swappable Canon LP-E6 battery plates so you can power the camera continuously. An LED indicator remains lit as long as sufficient power is available and keeps you informed of the power status at all times. Additionally, the adapter also provides a 2.5mm DC output for simultaneously powering a second device using an appropriate cable, sold separately.
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IndiPRO Tools PD1062 Overview

The IndiPRO Tools Dual Canon LP-E6 Power System allows you to provide extended power to your Sony a7 Series camera. It features two hot-swappable Canon LP-E6 battery plates so you can power the camera continuously. An LED indicator remains lit as long as sufficient power is available and keeps you informed of the power status at all times. Additionally, the adapter also provides a 2.5mm DC output for simultaneously powering a second device using an appropriate cable, sold separately.

Offered in a robust design with one 1/4"-20 mounting thread on top and one on the bottom, this adapter can be securely attached directly to your camera or camera rig using optional accessories. Use it camera-top by incorporating a shoe mount adapter, in which case you can additionally mount a monitor on top; or attach it to your camera rig via a rod clamp or other support accessory.

Key Features

  • Two hot-swappable Canon LP-E6 battery plates
  • LED power status indicator
  • 2.5mm DC output for simultaneously powering a second device
  • 1/4"-20 mounting thread on top and one on the bottom
  • Use camera-top via an optional shoe mount adapter and attach a monitor on top
  • Attach to your camera rig using an optional rod clamp or other accessory
  • 20" dummy battery cable
UPC: 741533994151

IndiPRO Tools PD1062 Specs

General
Connectors1 x DC Jack
Plate Front / Battery MountCanon LP-E6 Series
Number of Battery Bays2
Accessory Mounting1/4"-20 Female
IndicatorLED
Cable Length20" / 51 cm
Dimensions3 x 3 x 2.5" / 7.6 x 7.6 x 6.4 cm
Weight0.4 lb / 181 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.6 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5.7 x 5.4 x 3.3"
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Can I swap the LP-e6 battery plate with a Sony L series battery plate?
Asked by: Kristian
Unfortunately, all the Indipro Power Pods are based on using LP-E6 as the power source. We do not see them being convertible.
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2018-08-26

question

Is the dummy battery swappable? For instance, is it possible to use dummy canon lp6 battery, if I were to purchase one?
Asked by: Anonymous
Sorry no the dummy is not swap-able without being a technician nor is it available that I can find. However, IndiPRO does have power solutions for LP-E6 battery cameras. Please see the following link. http://bhpho.to/1QPCe2p
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2018-08-26

question

how long is the cable from the pod to the fake battery?
Asked by: John P.
The cable is 20 inches long.
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2018-08-26

question

How does this mount to the camera - or will you need a cage?
Asked by: Vlak V.
You could use a hot shoe to 1/4 adapter to mount this on top of the camera. The Vello Multi-Function Ball Head with Removable Top & Bottom Shoe Mounts would be one example. However, this is fairly large and might be rather awkward. If you do not want a cage, then get a mini baseplate with 15mm rods such as the IndiPRO Tools DSLR Baseplate with 9 15mm Rods. Then with IndiPRO Tools Dual 15mm Rod Clamp with 1/4 -20 for Power Pod, you can mount the Universal Power Pod to the rods.
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2018-08-26
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