Question about Vivitar ViviCam 3315 Digital Camera
If your cam is like what I have that uses 4 AA batteries, then any 6V 1000mA general purpose wall adapter would do. These should be readily available at most electronic stores. Your only concern would be the size and type of the plug as well as the polarity. Normally, there are indicators on the charger jack of the camera showing which is positive and which is negative.
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