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Canon LP-E6N Dummy Battery with Cable

March411
Enthusiast

We are getting ready to take a trip with extended time in the field. Is there a LP-E6N Dummy Battery, Cable with a regulator that would be safe to use on my bodies? I own an Anker 26,800 mAh and a ROMOSS 30000mAh Battery Pack with USB/USB C connectors.

Any feedback from someone with first hand experience would be appreciated.



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Dillonhansen
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@March411 wrote:

We are getting ready to take a trip with extended time in the field. Is there a LP-E6N Dummy Battery, Cable with a regulator that would be safe to use on my bodies? I own an Anker 26,800 mAh and a ROMOSS 30000mAh Battery Pack with USB/USB C connectors.

Any feedback from someone with first hand experience would be appreciated.

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90D ~ 5D Mark IV and way to many EF lenses
Photoshop and Topaz Suite for image processing 
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Hello,

Yes, there are LP-E6N dummy battery kits available that come with a cable and a voltage regulator, designed specifically for extended use in the field with external power sources such as power banks. These kits typically regulate the voltage supplied to the camera to ensure safe and consistent power delivery.

Before purchasing any specific kit, it's important to ensure compatibility with your camera models (90D and 5D Mark IV) and the power banks you mentioned (Anker 26,800mAh and ROMOSS 30,000mAh). Look for dummy battery kits that explicitly state compatibility with your camera models and provide the necessary voltage regulation.

It's also helpful to read reviews and feedback from other photographers who have used the specific kits you're considering. This can provide valuable insights into reliability, performance, and any potential issues to be aware of.

Given your equipment and preferences for image processing software, it's clear you're serious about photography, so investing in a reliable power solution for extended field use is essential. With the right dummy battery kit and power bank combination, you should be able to power your cameras reliably throughout your trip without worrying about running out of battery power.

As always, it's a good idea to test your setup before embarking on your trip to ensure everything works as expected and to address any potential issues beforehand. 

I hope the information may helps you. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

March411
Enthusiast

Thank you for the information Dillonhansen. I am doing as suggested and was hoping that someone had practical use with one and could offer a recommendation.



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90D ~ 5D Mark IV ~ R6 Mark II ~ R50 and way to many EF lenses
Photoshop and Topaz Suite for image processing
http://commonhangout.com/piwigo/
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