Fuji S7000 power adapter

Discussion in 'Fuji' started by Rich, May 9, 2004.

  1. Rich

    Rich Guest

    I know that the camera requires a 5v power supply but can anyone tell me
    what the mA requirement is? Has anyone successfully used any other power
    adapter such as the type with changeable voltages used for walkmans, radios
    etc?
    I am not aware that it makes a difference to the power requirement, but I
    live in the UK.

    Thanks for any help,


    Rich
     
    Rich, May 9, 2004
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  2. Rich

    Helge Olsen Guest

    I have a S5000 and bought a GP adapter with interchangeable socket
    connectors. It van be used from 3 to 7V and was one of the few I found that
    yields more than 1A at 5V. It yields 2.5A at 5V, which is app. 12.5W. It
    should be plenty enough. My camera is said to use up to 5W, typically under
    4, and I doubt the S7000 comes even close to doubling that. Just find one
    that gives at least 2A at 5V and you should be fine.

    /Helge
     
    Helge Olsen, May 10, 2004
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  3. I use the adapter sold at WALMART. It is about 13 dollars US and works
    perfectly. No need to pay the 50 rip off from Fuji.
     
    Gilbert Baron, Jun 14, 2004
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  4. Rich

    Ron Guest

    Could you post the name and model of that adapter?
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    Ron P

    Sometimes you're the windshield:)
    Sometimes you're the bug:(
     
    Ron, Jun 14, 2004
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  5. Found at the Digital Camera Department
    Digital Camera Multi Voltage AC Adapter
    MODEL:CH 999
    I don't have the packaging so am missing the brand name but it is the
    only one they sold. The same display had mini tripods and other
    accessories.

    I have three of these adapters so can use in different spots and carry
    one and still cost less than one from Fuji.
     
    Gilbert Baron, Jun 14, 2004
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  6. Rich

    Ron Guest

    Thank you
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    Ron P

    Sometimes you're the windshield:)
    Sometimes you're the bug:(
     
    Ron, Jun 14, 2004
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  7. De nada, enjoy!
     
    Gilbert Baron, Jun 16, 2004
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