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I have lost the charger for my Camcorder. its a 360 Zoom and the charger is a 9.5 volt battery. The info says its ZR45MCA Digital Video Camcorder. Its a Canon and when i went to best buy to look for a new charger they said I need some sort of serial number to identify the right one. The hole has three small prongs inside and its about 1cm long by 2 cm wide.

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Hi,
AC Charger for Canon ZR-45MC is available at Canon Accessories Store with following details.


I have lost the charger - ca560.gif
Compact Power Adapter CA-560
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$125.00

Thank you.

Posted on Sep 23, 2008

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