Camera EOS Rebel t6s
I use two cameras. One is Canon Rebel T6s. I always take the battery out of T6s camera for charging. But for the other camera, I always charge its battery in the camera every time after down loading the the new images. Can Rebel T6s do the same? and does it cause any issues?
The manual states that you need to use the charger (page 32). Note that Canon's support page for the T6s doesn't provide a link to the manual, but I was able to do an internet search for it that found it on some documentation web site.
You also mention two cameras. Are they both the Rebel T6s? I only see one camera model listed in your question.
Yes. The manual says battery is charged with the charger that Canon provided with the camera.
The other camera is a Sony a7II. I do not have any digital lens for this camera. I bought it for using my old mechanical lenses. I did not want to mention it on Canon Forum.
Not only the correct cable but into a USB port that supplies 5V/2A power. There isn't anything special about the Canon USB cable except it is the correct wire gauge for charging. Cheap cables may not be.
I did not think your camera could be charged with the battery in-camera but I was not sure. Stephan cleared that up. The ones that do have that feature need to have the proper cable was my point.
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