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I am going to be traveling to southeast Asia. Am I correct in assuming that I should not use a transformer to convert from one voltage to another? If this is indeed correct, could you give me some idea of how many batteries I might need for a three-week trip? I understand that will vary depending upon how many pictures I'm taking, but I'd be interested in a best guess. Thank you.

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Get yourself a portable Travel Adapter and Power Convertor. The best one we have found in made by BESTEK 200W Travel Adapter & Power Converter, Model # MRJ201GU. Got mine on Ebay for less than $20.

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