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How can a fujifilm A160 be charged up? Just by batteries? Or whilst it's connected to my laptop whilst I download pictures from it? Thank you!

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Your A160 can only be powered by the AA batteries or by an AC adapter, such as Fuji's AC-3v or AC-3vx chargers. It won't operate on the power from a USB port. If this answers your question, please rate the answer favorably.

Posted on Nov 19, 2009

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