The best of both worlds at bargain prices

GyroVu” sells inexpensive adapter cables and power sources that enable continuous AC power for studio photography and long-lasting battery power for field photography.

After a month of exploration and experimentation with several gadgets similar to the GyroVu product line (see Related Resources at the end of this blog post), I strongly endorse GyroVu as the most flexible solution and best value for your money.

AC power

For Canon cameras that use a Canon LP-E6N battery, USB adapter cable only ($35.99)…

Product image courtesy B&H Photo.

For Canon, cable and power supply ($43.95)…

Product image courtesy B&H Photo.

AC power supply, compatible with adapter cables for both Canon and Fujifilm…

Product image courtesy B&H Photo.

Both GyroVu USB adapter cables featured in this blog post use the same AC power supply (MODEL: KeKe-F16C). I recommend buying a “cable with power supply” for one camera model, and “cable only” for other cameras you own.

For example, I bought a “Cable with Power Supply” for my Canon EOS 5D Mark II and a “Cable Only” for my Fujifilm X-T3.

For Fujifilm, USB adapter cable only ($29.95)…

Product image courtesy B&H Photo.

Battery power

Each GyroVu “dummy battery” adapter cable features a USB connector that can be used to connect your digital camera to an external power bank.

Product image courtesy AnkerDirect.

Related Resources

This blog post is one in a series of posts related to continuous AC power and long-lasting battery power for select Canon, Fujifilm, and Panasonic digital cameras.

Copyright © 2020 Walter Sanford. All rights reserved.

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