Power2000 AC Adapter and DC Coupler for Canon DR-E18

Power2000 AC Adapter and DC Coupler for Canon DR-E18

Power2000 AC Adapter and DC Coupler for Canon DR-E18

B&H # POACLPE17 MFR # AC-LPE17
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  • For Canon EOS Rebel T6i and T6s DSLRs
  • Provides Continuous AC Power
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Allowing the use of continuous, uninterrupted AC power with select Canon DSLRs, this AC Adapter and DC Coupler from Power 2000 is ideal for long stationary recording situations, such as for time-lapse shooting, long exposures, and extended video recording. This bundle comprises an AC adapter, for connecting to a wall outlet, and a DC coupler (dummy battery) that replaces the standard battery inside the camera.

Compatible Cameras
  • Canon EOS Rebel T6i
  • Canon EOS Rebel T6s
UPC: 026127650928
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Power2000 AC Adapter and DC Coupler for Canon DR-E18
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.45 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 8.2 x 3.8 x 2.3"
    AC Adapter and DC Coupler for Canon DR-E18 is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 2.
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not Compatible - Doesn't work with EOS Cameras These don't work - camera says not compatible.
    Date published: 2018-06-06
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works with Canon EOS Rebel SL2 I bought the Power2000 AC-LPE17 to provide continuous power to my Canon EOS Rebel SL2 for time-lapse photography, making videos, and for extended studio use. The product wrapper advertises compatibility with Canon's EOS 750D, 760D, T6, and T6i models, where the EOS 750D aka EOS Rebel T6i, and EOS 760D aka EOS Rebel T6s both use the Canon LP-E17 battery that is used by the EOS Rebel SL2 (aka EOS 200D). Reference to the T6 is likely an error (probably meant to be the T6s) since the T6 uses a different battery, the LP-E10. The cable exits the dummy battery block pointing straight down, so must be bent sharply to the side to exit the camera through the notch in the side of the battery compartment or it will obstruct the battery compartment door from closing properly. The battery compartment door has a tab which is sensed by the camera, and if the door isn't closed properly the camera plays dead. Since the door latch keeps the door from falling open even when it's not fully closed, it's easy to think it's properly closed when it isn't. When the camera is first powered up after inserting the power adapter a message screen appears saying 'Battery communications error. Does this battery / do these batteries display the Canon logo?'. Select the 'No' option and another screen appears saying 'Canon does not guarantee the performance or safety of this battery / these batteries. Continue use?'. Select the 'Yes' option and the camera starts up and works normally. The only difference I noticed versus normal battery operation was that the battery meter didn't show a charge level. Subsequent turning the camera off and on doesn't display these message screens again unless the power to the adapter has been cycled. The adapter has a 4ft cable from the camera to the PSU block and a 1m cable from the PSU block to the wall. Both cables are detachable at the PSU block. The wall cable uses a common figure-eight connector so you could easily buy a longer one if needed. This adapter is a very affordable alternative to the official Canon wired power adapter. While I might have reservations about using a non-OEM _battery_ since proper communication between camera and battery is necessary for accurately reporting the remaining capacity, the same concerns don't apply to a power adapter.
    Date published: 2018-06-09
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