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SmallRig NP-F Battery Adapter Plate EB2504

SKU:
EB2504
$33.00
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Weight:
0.14 KGS
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SmallRig NP-F Battery Adapter Plate EB2504

Key Features:
1. Compatible with Sony NP-F Type Batteries.
2. Two DC Outputs – 7.4V and 12V.
3. Battery Connection Indicator and Battery Life Indicators.
4. Mounts to Camera Rig with a 1/4 Thumbscrew or Two Hex Screws.
5. Anti-twisting Rubber Pad on the Bottom.

SmallRig NP-F Battery Adapter Plate EB2504 features two DC outputs 7.4V and 12V to power your camera or other devices, greatly extending shooting time. It is constructed with durable aluminum and features a soft rubber pad on the bottom to prevent twisting. You can mount the plate to the camera rig using a 1/4“-20 thumbscrew or two 1/4”-20 hex screws. On the side of the plate are the battery connection indicator (Blue) and the three-level battery life indicator (Yellow) for checking charge status. If you push the red button on the side, battery life indicators will turn on for three seconds, and the last lamp will begin flashing at 10% to alert you about a low battery.

Designer: Peiwen He, Bear

NOTE:
1. This product does NOT include charging cables and NP-F battery;
2. Press the RED button on the side to learn the approximate remaining power of the battery. The lamp will light for about 3 seconds.

Compatibility:
Sony NP-F Battery

Package Includes:
1 x Battery Plate
2 x 1/4 Screw
1 x Hex Spanner

Product Dimensions: 94 x 46 x 18mm
Package Dimensions: 85 x 130 x 25mm
Net Weight: 86g±5g
Package Weight: 130±5g
Material(s): Aluminum Alloy

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Reviews

  • 4
    SMALLRIG NP-F BATTERY ADAPTER PLATE EB2504

    Posted by Doug Austin on 27th Sep 2020

    I used this to power simultaneously my GH5 and my ATOMOS NINJA V, the obvious benefit being only one battery to change. It worked well but I found the power remaining indicators on the devices weren't accurate anymore and the camera powered down in the middle of a take. Operator error but something to bear in mindabout this otherwise handy and excellent device. To sum it up - use the power remaining indicators on this plate OR on your battery, if available.