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I am looking for a direct power cord (there is an insert/recpticle behind the battery. I need to download video and do not want to have to keep recharging the battery to do so. What is the proper name of this attachment. It goes from the wall directly into the camera for power play and /or recording for long periods of time The specs are 7.2 45Win the camera

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Hello Cyn - What you're looking for is called an AC adapter.


The particular one you need is a Panasonic PV-DAC11A. You can find it online (try Amazon.com) for about $60.00 and you might be able to find a used one on Ebay for less.

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