SKU: GC66-CA-CP300B

Canon CA-CP300B Compact Power Adapter

Canon CA-CP300B Overview

The Canon CA-CP300B Compact Power Adapter/Charger is designed to provide continuous power and charge the BP-A30N or BP-A60N batteries for the EOS C400 cinema camera. This compact AC adapter can be used to connect the camera directly to a standard wall outlet, allowing for simultaneous powering and charging capabilities. Additionally, it can function as an independent battery charger for convenient charging of the camera's battery.

Key Features
  • Power EOS C400 Camera via Mains
  • Also Charges BP-A30N & BP-A60N Batteries
  • Connects Camera Directly to Power Outlet
  • Separately Charges Camera Battery

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