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DSC-S75 Charger question - input voltage?

I am living in Australia and I going to get my DSC-S75 from USA. Can you tell me if the Battery charger is accepting 110V~220V 50/60Hz? Thanks in advance..... -- Paul Juhn

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Yes it does.

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