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Need a cradle/charger for finepix 6900 zoom digital camera

Http://www.fixya.com/support/p223339-fuji_finepix_6800_zoom_digital_camera

Shows the cradle I require. Do you sell these cradles?

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Do you need a cradle/charger for finepix 6800 or finepix 6900? I have one for finepix 6800.

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