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You run a higher risk of harm to your equipment, your home or yourself. You may be lucky and get a decent quality power supply but the odds are against you if you buy a cheap unbranded supply. See crappy PSU analysis
As long as the proper voltage and current are provided, there shouldn't be any issues. The thing that may be missing however is quality. There are a number of different ways to adjust voltage and current and the cheapest adapters generally use cheaper methods of converting the power that are more prone to error or failure. More expensive adapters tend to ...
Yes, and no. Yes, you can damage the camera if you are using a low quality power adapter that for example delivers the wrong voltage. No, you don't damage the camera just because a power adapter is not made by the same company as the camera. One thing that you should check however, is how it affects the warranty of the camera. If using a third party power ...
See notes at end re what voltage is needed and why. What country are you in. ACK DC20 supplies are available on ebay for around $US12 and some as low as about $US6. Even $12 is a very reasonable price as long as it is of adequate quality. There is a very good chance that these offerings are "after market" even though they may not say so. Short: The ...
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