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I have a Canon EOS 1100D and I would like to shoot a long video, of a long concert, for example. Is there a way I can charge it while it is taking a video (not just when the battery is in the camera like this question asks)?

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You can buy AC adapters that are not batteries that fit into the battery slot. You could try researching them. –  damned truths Feb 19 '13 at 11:40
Would this work while it is taking a video though? –  bazite Feb 19 '13 at 11:48
It is an alternative to a battery. I believe they are often used in studios. And yes it would. –  damned truths Feb 19 '13 at 11:52
Thanks +1'd this comments –  bazite Feb 19 '13 at 11:56
Before worrying about battery running out of juice you should probably worry about disk space. Related –  2-Stroker Feb 19 '13 at 11:57
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What you are looking for is the "Canon ACK-E10 AC Adapter Kit" which does not charge your camera but instead allows it to run off of AC power.

But keep in mind that the 1100D/Rebel T3 is only going to allow you to record 17 to 29 minutes of video at a time. You will have to stop and start a new recording every 17 to 29 minutes depending on the settings you use for the video.

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+1 - thanks, just what I was looking for plus extra info :) –  bazite Feb 19 '13 at 14:51
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