jlw — 2014-06-28T10:06:23-04:00 — #1
rkt88edmo — 2014-06-28T10:28:22-04:00 — #2
Wasabi power is the easy decent quality solution for all your battery and charger needs.
dyppmo — 2014-06-28T13:08:45-04:00 — #3
...and what are those video settings that your video editor Eric recommends?
thaumatechnicia — 2014-06-28T15:26:51-04:00 — #4
The company that makes the Wasabi charger also makes other branded chargers.
I recognize the charger's shape. I purchased a a charger, 12DC cord, a pair of batteries (both twice the capacity of the factory battery) for my Panasonic video camera - at half the price of the factory battery. Great stuff!
As we say in French: beau, bon, pas cher!
rak0ribz — 2014-06-29T12:53:58-04:00 — #5
I've had good luck with Anker brand chargers & batteries (for my Galaxy Note); they might also have a worthwhile alternative battery if you're looking for something like this for a different device.
jerwin — 2014-06-29T13:49:41-04:00 — #6
Looked up my Nikon D3100. 1300 mA (Wasabi) vs 1050 mAh (Nikon). Not really enough of an improvement.
thaumatechnicia — 2014-06-29T17:10:53-04:00 — #7
I suspect that the Nikon batteries are much more expensive. The Nikon Quick Charger is more than twice the price of the Wasabi and doesn't come with a car adaptor.
jerwin — 2014-06-29T17:47:43-04:00 — #8
I'm a stills photographer who doesn't use liveview. And I don't have a car.
thaumatechnicia — 2014-06-29T18:37:06-04:00 — #9
Well, you could use it in a 12V adapter on your yacht, no?
/You shoot stills? Like stills used for alcohol? Talk about specialization.
cowicide — 2014-06-30T03:19:30-04:00 — #10
I'm still not sure how I feel about GoPro as a company.
And within that thread, there's info on (apparently) superior alternatives to GoPro products.
jlw — 2014-07-03T10:06:27-04:00 — #11
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