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Videocam charging and keeping moisture out

Greetings,

how can i prevent overcharging of batteries and how to keep the videocam moist free specially when not in use for a long time? where can i place my videocam if i will not use it?

during travel, what can be suggested when charging inside an airconditioned room like hotels to prevent moistures and how to prevent power surge or over charging?

thankyou
steve

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  • steprock2003 Nov 08, 2008

    thankyou sir,



    sir i got a replacement battery from singapore but made in japan. the one i got is for 7 hours use. how will i charge the new battery a little bigger from the one with the set? first charging is 6 hours, how about the succeeding?



    thanks again

  • Toyota Ed May 11, 2010

    MisterSony is very well versed in this field. I would rate his solution as a FixYa.

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The internal charger in the camcorder has sensors to prevent overcharging. Be sure to use an original JVC battery, as there is also a sensor in the battery to prevent overcharging and the inexpensive replacement batteries will not have the same sensor (some have NO sensor at all!)., In terms of keeping moisture out, avoid going from an extremely cold environment to a hot one, or vice versa as this can cause condensation to form in the camcorder. If you are taking the camcorder to a place where it might get wet, say the beach or out in the rain, place the camcorder in a ziploc bag to protect it. Be sure to rate this solution. Thanks!

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    Any Guy Nov 08, 2008

    First, may I ask why you rated my solution as Helpful? i thought I had answered all of your questions.

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