Supplying power from a wall outlet (wall socket)
Use an AC adaptor, etc. to shoot and play back images while power is supplied from a wall outlet (wall socket). This conserves the camera's battery power.
We recommend using a USB-PD (USB Power Delivery) device that is compatible with an output of 9V/3A.
Insert a sufficiently charged battery pack into the camera.
- The camera will not activate if there is no remaining battery. Insert a sufficiently charged battery pack into the camera.
Connect a commercially available USB cable to the USB Type-C terminal on the camera.
Connect to a wall outlet (wall socket) using an AC adaptor, etc.
Turn on the camera.
- An icon () indicating USB power supply will appear next to the battery display on the monitor, and power supply will start.
- As long as the power is on, the battery pack will not be charged even if the camera is connected to the AC Adaptor, etc.
- Under certain conditions, power may be supplied from the battery pack supplementarily even if you are using the AC adaptor, etc.
- Do not remove the battery pack while power is supplied from a wall outlet (wall socket). If you remove the battery pack, the camera will be turned off.
- Only connect the USB cable to the camera or disconnect the USB cable from the camera while the camera is turned off.
- Depending on the camera and battery temperature, the continuous recording time may be shortened while power is supplied from a wall outlet (wall socket). The area around the terminal may become hot. Be careful when handling it.
- When using a mobile charger as a power source, confirm that it is fully charged before use. Also, be careful of the remaining power on the mobile charger during use.
- Operation cannot be guaranteed with all external power supplies.