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IndiPRO Tools Coiled D-Tap to Sony NP-FZ100 Type Dummy Battery Cable (24-36")

BH #INDTSA73 • MFR #DTSA73
IndiPRO Tools Coiled D-Tap to Sony NP-FZ100 Type Dummy Battery Cable (24-36")
Key Features
  • Coiled D-Tap
  • Sony NP-FZ100 Type Dummy Battery
  • 11 to 19 V Output
  • Built-In Chip
This Coiled D-Tap to Sony NP-FZ100 Type Dummy Battery Cable from IndiPRO Tools allows you to power the Sony a7 III series cameras from any power source with a D-Tap input and an 11 to 19 V output. It features a built-in chip that delivers battery status to the camera indicator. The dummy battery end is compatible with the Sony Alpha a9, a7 III, and a7R III cameras.
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IndiPRO Tools DTSA73 Overview

This Coiled D-Tap to Sony NP-FZ100 Type Dummy Battery Cable from IndiPRO Tools allows you to power the Sony a7 III series cameras from any power source with a D-Tap input and an 11 to 19 V output. It features a built-in chip that delivers battery status to the camera indicator. The dummy battery end is compatible with the Sony Alpha a9, a7 III, and a7R III cameras.

UPC: 651748820759

IndiPRO Tools DTSA73 Specs

Connector 1
Male D-Tap
Connector 2
Sony NP-FZ100 type dummy battery
Input Voltage
10 to 24 V
Output Voltage
8 V
Length
24 to 36" / 60.96 to 91.44 cm
Packaging Info
Package Weight
0.245 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
7.9 x 4.6 x 1.7"

IndiPRO Tools DTSA73 Reviews

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These reviews have me nervous. Any chance you can ...

These reviews have me nervous. Any chance you can guarantee that this unit will not break the camera that uses it?
Asked by: Tim
seems scary and risky
Answered by: Ahmed
Date published: 2021-07-13

Does the battery door remain open with this ...

Does the battery door remain open with this adapter?
Asked by: Geoffrey
No. On the A7R iii, there is a little cutout in the battery door for the dummy battery cable. Normally this cutout is plugged by a piece of plastic, which is attached by a plastic ribbon when the cutout is open. The door closes fine when the cable is run through this cutout. The cutout is hard to find! It looks like part of the door until you look closely.
Answered by: Patrick M
Date published: 2021-05-04
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