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If I understand your question correctly, you are wondering how to connect this camera to an AC power source to do long term video capture. This would also be helpful for bulb exposure. Unfortunately, natively this camera does NOT support power over an AC outlet (240V or 115V in North America). Best solution I can find is to build a battery pack for it, but that might not work as I think the camera requires the battery door to be shut to function. You could likely build a battery pack and make it work, but you would likely need to do some case modifications.
If you want AC powered camera, you normally need to step into the higher end DSLR's (the mirror-based DSLR cameras). I do not believe that any of the PEN series has power over AC or over USB.
This camera supports up to 7 minutes recording in Video mode (due to an AVI limitation). I think the limitation is moreso in the compression algorithm used, but 7 min is the max it will record so having AC power isn't really required in my opinion. Bulb mode photography goes up to 30 minutes, so that may require some fancy power adapters. If you took the camera apart and swapped out the crystal for a slower cycle crystal you could get longer video and bulb exposure at the cost of no longer having an accurate clock or if you hack the firmware, but neither method is supported by Olympus (nor me) and goes beyond the scope of the original question.
At the time of this post, the E-P5 was the latest in the PEN series and that one does NOT support power over AC or USB.
Batteries don't live forever. When handling them correct they can survive 1000 charge and discharge cycles. When taking an average of 200 pictures per charge, the battery could survive the camera shutter. Try to use a battery till it is almost empty. The camera will give a warning when you need to replace (or charge) the battery. When you want to go on a trip or need to make a series of foot's you should take only charged batteries. When you don't use a camera, for a longer period, don't leave the battery in the camera. It could start leaking and damage the camera. But when the battery was not used for a longer period, please charge it before using it again. This could help you to keep your batteries in better condition and let them live longer.
well maybe there is the lince stucked what you can try plugg it to a usb cable and that to a extern cable to the charger cable for usb once you see the light you take the usb cable out of the fotocamera should open now . but propably the fotos have on the side some damage -
The Kodak camera that I own states in the manual that you can charge the batteries only with the printer/dock or separate battery charger. I've left mine plugged into USB for hours at a time and never noticed a charge going into the battery. I use both AA lithium-ion batteries and the pack that came with the camera. The Li-on AAs work as well as the pack and for a cheap price, I purchased 4 AA and the charger (about $15).