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Electiricty Conversion Im going to Australia and I was wondering how I would charge my camera since the electricitys different? I have a camera that doesnt take AA batteries it just one battery that you plug into the wall to charge.

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Hey marafioti14,
Without knowing exactly which camera you have what you most likely need is either a voltage converter, or a travel charger for your specific battery. Both of these products are for sale on and at our Best Buy™ stores. I've included a link to some of those products on below.

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Well, I hope this right, I'm not so sure my self :P.
Hope this help and be kind to rate please, thanks.

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