As the Headline says.
A review of the Onyx 200 AC/DC sport Charger. It’s a great little charger and is perfect for people who are just entering the hobby. I would definitely recommend it.
Many of us film-makers, videographers, and photographers find ourselves needing AA batteries to power our lights, audio gear, or flash units. And rechargeable batteries can be pretty unreliable. I’ve found that eneloop batteries seem to hold their charge longest. And I’ve also found that this battery charger by La Crosse Technology can help keep your eneloops in top working condition for a good long time.
La Crosse Technology BC-700 AA & AAA Battery Charger:
eneloop AA Batteries:
eneloop Pro AA Batteries (same thing, larger capacity):
This episode shot with the following:
Nikon D600 http://amzn.to/SyK5K6
Atomos Ninja II HD recorder http://amzn.to/1qcNhtg
Tascam DR-60D Audio Recorder http://amzn.to/SyKc8i
RODE NTG-2 Shotgun Microphone http://amzn.to/1qcNnBh
ePhoto 4500 Watt Softbox Light Kit http://amzn.to/SyKhJ3
and some developing skills as a videographer!
Music copyright Curtis Judd 2014
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In this video, i introduce you to the newest 12v AGM “intelliCharger” from XS Power. i have been running XS Power Intellichargers for years with great success, but this one is the newest model. I needed one for the Tahoe since i dont drive it as much now that i have the new Lexus ISF. Basically, its always good to keep fresh batteries so when you are ready to roll, you are good to go. You never want to charge dead batteries with your alternators. That is the best way to burn one up. Anyway, i needed another one so i got this one. It is 1/8th the size (or smaller) then the older models which is nice. I run 10 XS Power D3100 Batteries and this little guy should have NO PROBLEM keeping them full and happy. After being brought up to 14.5v slowly, it slowly cycles the battery back to around 13.2v which it will stay at forever, or until you turn it off.
For some reason, this new charger is not listed on their site yet. Please contact email@example.com for inquires or join my website message board at http://www.SteveMeadeDesigns.com/board and scroll down to the XS power section, and ask a rep direct questions! Pretty simple! Also, check out their youtube channel at http://www.youtube.com/user/4xspower