This D-Tap Cable to Sony NP-BX1-Type Dummy Battery from IndiPRO Tools allows a power source with a D-Tap output to connect to devices that operate using a Sony NP-BX1-type battery. The 24" cable features a dummy battery that fits inside the camera body to power it for extended periods of time, like when shooting video content. The cable is made from 18-gauge stranded copper wire, and the built-in emulator chip delivers battery status data to the camera.
- FUJIFILM NP-W126S-Type Dummy Battery
- Connects to D-Tap Power Source
- 24" Long Cable with Emulator Chip
- 18-Gauge Stranded Copper-Wire Cable
IndiPRO Tools DTFXT3 Overview
IndiPRO Tools DTFXT3 Specs
|Cable Length||24" / 61 cm|
|Package Weight||0.2 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||7.7 x 4.65 x 1.65"|
IndiPRO Tools DTFXT3 Reviews
Well maybe not endless, but it sure is nice to run my camera from a v-mount battery for hours at a time. My only hiccup is where to put the regulator box (in the middle of the cable). When I wind the excess cable around my camera rig, the regulator box is always in a precarious spot. Not a big issue of course. First world problem:) The power upgrade outweighs the box issue:)
cheap low quality build
light as a feather. both dummy battery and d-tap plug are low grade plastic not beefy at all. feels like i could crush it by squeezing in my hand. battery doesn't connect to camera unless i actually push it upward into the camera with my finger and hold it there. should connect well with contacts like my actual batteries do. very disappointed tried it once gave me trouble on the first try. camera flickers on and off. can't trust this.
I felt it was my duty to write a review as this item had none and I was a bit hesitant to buy based on previous experiences. Bought two of these and use them inside my XT3 and XT30 cameras shooting video for hours at a time. No issues whatsoever. Cable is a little long (even when using it rigged up) but that's better than it being short and being a limiting factor.
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