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    Dolgin extends chargers warranty to 2.5 years
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    DVXuser Sponsor adolgin's Avatar
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    We are happy to announce that due to our well established track history in field use and virtually zero service returns, we are extending our charger (TC400 and TC200) manufacturer warranty (parts and labor) from 1 to 2 years. In gratitude for its continued loyalty, the DVXuser community will receive an extended warranty of 2.5 years (30 months). This extended warranty is retroactive, and applies to any DVX user who has previously purchased our chargers.


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    I got the 2 position one and love it.
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    Dolgin,

    Any plans for an Anton Bauer or V-Mount charger?

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    Erik Olson



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    Hi!
    I have the Turbocharger. Used it for my hvx 200. But that camera is gone long time ago. Any way I can upgrade it and use it with the Sony f3?

    Roger


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    Hello Roger, unfortunately it is not possible due to the voltage difference. The HVX200 and most of the other smaller size cameras use 7.2V batteries. The F3 and EX1/EX3 cameras use 14.4V BP-60 batteries, making the charger hardware very different from the more common 7.2V one.
    Within the 7.2V family we do change the plates all the time when our customers switch from Panasonic to Sony etc.


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