Napioa - Wind Origins

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After a lot of searching, I found the DR-E10 DC Coupler on the Canon website. Clearly when I was originally searching I was using the wrong key terms in my searches on google. More searching then revealed that that adapter doesn't have the AC cord with it, so a better option would be the Canon ACK-E10 Adaptor (not on Canon UK store, so found on Amazon | Was ...


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Being able to do this over USB is unlikely but not impossible. My Nikon D750 has 7-9V 2.5A stamped on the bottom of it. That's a draw between 18W and 22W. This is significant because you can buy USB step-up converters to get to 9V. The problem is most of these (one example) are limited in terms of current output to around ~5W... And 7W before they start ...


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I put together a homemade solution using an 8V 1A power supply and a capacitor in the old battery housings. I'd recommend this approach if you're confident in your electronics ability, in particular in your ability to do it all patiently and carefully. You could easily fry the camera if you get it wrong. Access to a bench supply, combined with a camera ...


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Is there really no way automate a DSLR to shoot every 24 hours without having to pick it up, charge/replace its battery, and put in back on the same spot ? Canon and Nikon cameras can be connected to AC power by means of an adapter that fits in the battery slot. For example, Canon DSLRs that take an LB-E6 battery (like the 5D II, 6D, and 7D) can use an ...


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No, cameras can not be powered by a USB port because they typically require more than The 5 volts maximun available from the USB port.


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Many DSLRs have external power jack (it is often cylindrical, like those which are used in laptops). Some others might use an AC adapter which fits into the battery compartment. Most DSLRs cannot be powered through their USB port (in fact, I have not seen any that can).


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Since you are interested in ratio between capacity of batteries you may switch automatic standby off in you camera settings and let the camera display some image on screen for prolonged time (preferably uniform so that you do not observe temporal fixed image afterwards). Measuring this time is another task. Alternatively, you may setup interval shooting ...


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A D5200 should be able to take about 500 shots per charge according to Nikon: The D5200's superior energy-saving design allows you to shoot approx. 500 shots per charge* with the EN-EL14 Rechargeable Li-ion Battery. *Based on CIPA Standards. That number comes from an industry standard procedure for testing battery life of still cameras, and it's ...



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