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Recharging in Australia

Will I have problems using and recharging in Australia if I buy this camera from USA.
and is the NPFH70 battery the one for this camera

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  • cats100 May 22, 2008

    I live in Australia

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Hey cats100,
You should not have a problem using the included charger since it is rated to 240v, but you will probably have to purchase a plug converter. According to the manufacturer the battery that should be used for this camcorder is model # NP-FH40. I hope this helps!

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