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    has anyone cut a slit on their battery door for the dummy battery? what are yall doing for now?
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    you can take the battery door off
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    Hey guys,
    my pocket arrived and I am slowly starting building a rig. Power solutions is top priority ).

    New hawkwoods mini v-locks looks pretty good. Is there anyone who uses v-locks with pocket? How much run time do you get with lets say 100W v-lock?
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    Some alternate compact size V-mount options:

    Hawk-Woods Mini V-Lok 50Wh = $258
    Hawk-Woods Mini V-Lok 98Wh = $356
    Bebob Factory GmbH V45MICRO 43Wh = $245
    Bebob Factory GmbH V98MICRO 98Wh = $345
    RED DIGITAL CINEMA REDVOLT-V 43Wh = $250
    KineBAT Super Compact V-mount Battery 120Wh = $399
    Core SWX HyperCore 9 Mini V-mount 98Wh = $375
    Indipro Micro-Series V-mount 98Wh = $239

    + you need V-Lock plate and probably additional DC socket splitter
    I am personally fan of Bebob Factory functionality. If you have tech skills they also can be disassembled and repaired if needed.

    You can also check my delayed 18650 14.8V Battery Module project http://bmcuser.com/showthread.php?21...l=1#post250503 but it is not finished yet.

    User selectable 4x quality branded 18650 batteries = 14.8V x 3.4A = 50Wh (watt-hour) $20-25 total cost
    CNC body + passive LP-E6 plate + 4pcs cables kit (weight with batteries 370g) Targeted price $125
    Dimensions: 84x82x62mm





    All my custom made accessories for BMMCC/BMMSC now available here https://lavky.com/radioproektor/
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    I use a v-mount adapter with Sony batteries. This connects via dtap to my pocket 4k. Works fine as far as I can tell.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Light&Color View Post
    I use a v-mount adapter with Sony batteries. This connects via dtap to my pocket 4k. Works fine as far as I can tell.
    How much runtime do you get?
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    Quote Originally Posted by KrocanX View Post
    How much runtime do you get?
    No test yet about the overall runtime, maybe next weekend.
    The Adapter accepts up to two Batteries, each of the Sony Batteries offers 6600mAh.
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    I'm going to run Sony BPU-96 batteries via D-tap I have left over from another camera. Canon makes similar batteries.

    Lots of power in a lot less space than your traditional V-lock or Gold-mount.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shijan View Post
    You can also check my delayed 18650 14.8V Battery Module project http://bmcuser.com/showthread.php?21...l=1#post250503 but it is not finished yet.

    User selectable 4x quality branded 18650 batteries = 14.8V x 3.4A = 50Wh (watt-hour) $20-25 total cost
    CNC body + passive LP-E6 plate + 4pcs cables kit (weight with batteries 370g) Targeted price $125
    Dimensions: 84x82x62mm
    Wonderful idea. Any guesstimate on availability?
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