Question about Video Cameras
You will have to do a little research on your own to decide what is right for you. You may be able to get by with a simple adapter, or you may wish to purchase a camcorder designed for use in Europe. Many better hotels have begun offering rooms that have both European outlets and American outlets, so a lot depends on where you go. Because of the difference in voltage, you may require a transformer and/or converter to make the device functional. Also, be aware that because of the difference in frequency, some devices may run slowly in Europe if designed to work with American electricity standards.
So, the things to look for are your specific product ratings of voltage, frequency (measured in Hertz), and what type of plug is on the end of the cord. Then contact the place you will be staying to see if there is a way to match the camcorder.
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