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    DMW-BLC12PP

    anybody know a good source for extra batteries for these cameras?

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    Re: DMW-BLC12PP

    Quote Originally Posted by viablex1 View Post
    anybody know a good source for extra batteries for these cameras?
    No, and I have been looking, but a charge on my gh2 seems to last a good long time.
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    Re: DMW-BLC12PP

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    No, and I have been looking, but a charge on my gh2 seems to last a good long time.
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    hey thanks I wanted to shoot like 6 hours or so of video with it looks like it would be better than most camcorders.

    matto

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    Re: DMW-BLC12PP

    6 hours of video, wow, I think that is beyond one battery though.
    The manual suggests a range of 160-170 minutes per battery, so six hours may be approaching ac adapter or three battery time.
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    Re: DMW-BLC12PP

    I got one of those from Adorama a week ago..... I suggest a periodic call to catch one when it is in stock, the sales rep had to check his inventory which he said was small at the time, and I expect it will be hit or miss for a while. Or,even just order it from their website for 59.95 and see if they can fill the order. I am of the same mind re spares. That includes a spare tire I have never used, but one day it may save my backside. Panasonic should never be out of spare batteries, another puzzler but shoot we are used to that I guess... An AC adapter might also be of value if you have a mains plug anywhere nearby. Aloha, Gerry

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    Re: DMW-BLC12PP

    Has anyone tried the knock-offs on ebay?

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    Re: DMW-BLC12PP

    thanks that is what I thought at least three batteries, no ac plugs nearby though well I might get by on two

    matto

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