SKU: GC49-30.CRPBLC12

Tether Tools Relay Camera Coupler with DMW-BLC12 Battery

Pair your select Panasonic Lumix camera to the Case Relay System with this Relay Camera Coupler from Tether Tools. In this case, it takes the place of the DMW-BLC12-type battery pack and provides a connection to the power source for long-term, continuous operation of your camera. This setup can easily be swapped out with another coupler to provide you with compatibility across camera systems.

Compatible Cameras

DMC-GH2
DMC-GH2H
DMC-G5
DMC-G6
DMC-FZ200
DMC-FZ300
DMC-FZ300GK
DMC-FZ1000
DMC-GX8
DMC-GX8H
DMC-G7

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Pair your select Panasonic Lumix camera to the Case Relay System with this Relay Camera Coupler from Tether Tools. In this case, it takes the place of the DMW-BLC12-type battery pack and provides a connection to the power source for long-term, continuous operation of your camera. This setup can easily be swapped out with another coupler to provide you with compatibility across camera systems.

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