Thread: Switronix PB70-BMCC...Powerbase V-Mount Battery System for BMCC

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  1. #1 Switronix PB70-BMCC...Powerbase V-Mount Battery System for BMCC 
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    Switronix Pb70-BMCC w/ charger..... (New)

    I bought this battery set-up from B&H for
    $300 for Battery and $45 for the Charger.
    That's $345 total. I ended up using the
    V-mount batteries I already had. So I'm
    not using this battery set-up made to work
    with the BMCC. The battery and charger
    (NEW in the box) are yours for $245 (paypal).
    Thanks,
    Call Ralph
    818 679-0900
    ralphm@bendbroadband.com

    B&H Description Below:

    The PB70-BMCC PowerBase-70 Battery Pack for Blackmagic Cinema Cameras from Switronix contains a 70Wh, 14.8V Lithium-ion battery designed to extend HD movie recording time for the Blackmagic Cinema camera. The included GP-DV-BMCC Interchangeable Regulator Block has a 12" cable. The PowerBase-70 delivers 6 times more power than the original battery supplied with the camera.

    It is also intended to streamline your High Definition (HD) movie recording: the PowerBase-70 mounts under the camera and doubles as a grip, or can be attached to a camera support via its 1/4"-20 release plate or V-mount. Wired as a 14.8V battery pack, it can provide extended power for up to two additional 12VDC devices such as lights, monitors or HD converters as well as other devices requiring lower voltage (an optional XP power regulation cable is needed). The pack is also furnished with 1/4"-20 threads on either side to mount accessories.

    Designed for the Blackmagic Cinema camera
    Includes the GP-DV-BMCC Interchangeable Regulator Block with a 12" cable
    Provides up to 6x the runtime of OEM batteries
    Mounts under the camera, doubling as a grip or may be attached to a camera support via its 1/4-20" release plate or V-mount
    Features a 1/4-20" mount on either side to attach accessories
    Wired as a 14.8V battery pack, it can provide extended power to up to 2 additional 12VDC devices, as well as other devices requiring lower voltage through an additional XP power regulation cable
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