SKU: GC49-52.GP-TAMICRO

Core SWX Micro AB Mount Hotswap Plate

Core SWX Micro AB Mount Hotswap Plate

The GP-TSMICRO is a microform factor Hotswap Shark-fin adapter that mounts directly to the existing v-type plate on the camera. It allows for continuous battery operation, and for additional accessories, it has 1 PowerTap. Since the batteries aren't 'stacked' on one another, you can easily remove the depleted battery while leaving the other battery connected so that there is no downtime.

We recommend putting the second battery on about 10 minutes after the first battery.

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Core SWX Micro AB Mount Hotswap Plate

The GP-TSMICRO is a microform factor Hotswap Shark-fin adapter that mounts directly to the existing v-type plate on the camera. It allows for continuous battery operation, and for additional accessories, it has 1 PowerTap. Since the batteries aren't 'stacked' on one another, you can easily remove the depleted battery while leaving the other battery connected so that there is no downtime.

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