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Just a question about power for this camera

Can this camera be operated from the supplied a/c charger or is it required to have a battery?

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You can use the AC charger just fine.

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First off, you can download a PDF version of the manual from the manufacturer at: http://www.vivitar.com/files_products/13/VC8025%20User%20Manual.pdf
If you don't have a PDF viewer, you can download one from: http://www.foxitsoftware.com/pdf/reader/ (just click download under the free version)
For your convenience I've pasted the relevant information about charging the batteries from the above manual:
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Please leave feedback if this was helpful. Thanks.

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Charge lithium battery

A. Charge with USB cable
Insert the lithium battery into your camera correctly, and connect your camera to computer with USB cable. The red LED of camera will be light on indicating that your camera is in charging status, the LED will be off when charge full.

B. Charge with supplied charger
Your camera is supplied a compatible charger for you, you are only required to put the battery into charger and charge the lithium battery directly from electrical outlet

http://www.vivitar.com/files_products/13/VC8025%20User%20Manual.pdf

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Next, clean the metal contact of the battery and the battery compartment.

Then, insert the Battery in the Camcorder and turn it ON then press and hold the power button for 30 seconds.

After resetting the Camcorder to the default settings, connect the AC adaptor to check its operation.

If the issue persists then the DC in jack requires to be serviced.

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