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Watch the Video Review. It has both. The USB Port is available if you want/need to use a longer USB Cable or if the built in short USB Cable gets damaged.
Lance P
· October 16, 2017
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Don’t know. Works for my Sony a 6000
Amazon Customer
· January 10, 2018
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On the back of the unit it states the Output is 800 mA @ 8.4V. So I would assume that that is a total output as those should be total ratings. It also states that the input is 5V 2A Minimum, which is 10 Watts, if the output was 8.4V @ 0.8A x2 that would work out to almost 13.5 Watts output (output can't be greater than… see more On the back of the unit it states the Output is 800 mA @ 8.4V. So I would assume that that is a total output as those should be total ratings. It also states that the input is 5V 2A Minimum, which is 10 Watts, if the output was 8.4V @ 0.8A x2 that would work out to almost 13.5 Watts output (output can't be greater than the input). see less On the back of the unit it states the Output is 800 mA @ 8.4V. So I would assume that that is a total output as those should be total ratings. It also states that the input is 5V 2A Minimum, which is 10 Watts, if the output was 8.4V @ 0.8A x2 that would work out to almost 13.5 Watts output (output can't be greater than the input).
Phoenix Rising
· April 25, 2019
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Nope, not the same battery design.
Hipster
· December 4, 2019
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Yes, the a6400 should use the fw50 batteries
Dave P
· August 25, 2020
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This is compatible with the NP-FW50 batteries so I doubt it would work for the handycam
Colorado Five
· July 17, 2018
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I don't believe it will do any damage, to the contrary. I've been using these batteries on RX10M4 for two months now the batteries perform great and so does the camera..
CAF,
· April 29, 2018
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It doesn't come with any wall adapters. U will have to buy a wall adapter as u need for different places or u can use ur cell phones wall adapter or the one that comes with sony camera or use ur computer usb output(may charge slow from computer usb though). I use 1 that I bought in US in Asia.
5v-2a means wall charge… see more
It doesn't come with any wall adapters. U will have to buy a wall adapter as u need for different places or u can use ur cell phones wall adapter or the one that comes with sony camera or use ur computer usb output(may charge slow from computer usb though). I use 1 that I bought in US in Asia.
5v-2a means wall charger u use have to have output of 5volts and 2 amperes. Normally cellphone wall chargers are 5volts but amperes vary. Check ur charger. My samsung galaxy S6 charger is 2 amp and works great. Charger that came with sony a6000 was 1.5 amp I guess, but still works well but bit slow charge. see less
It doesn't come with any wall adapters. U will have to buy a wall adapter as u need for different places or u can use ur cell phones wall adapter or the one that comes with sony camera or use ur computer usb output(may charge slow from computer usb though). I use 1 that I bought in US in Asia.
5v-2a means wall charger u use have to have output of 5volts and 2 amperes. Normally cellphone wall chargers are 5volts but amperes vary. Check ur charger. My samsung galaxy S6 charger is 2 amp and works great. Charger that came with sony a6000 was 1.5 amp I guess, but still works well but bit slow charge.

sun
· February 19, 2018