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Replacment Battery Charger for DSC-S75?

This is embarassing but I lost the charger to my S75 on a recent trip (left in a hotel room is the best guess but none of them claim to have it). In reading previous posts, it looks like the most popular replacements are the BC-VM50 and some after market models but all of them look like you have to remove the battery and charge it on the charger. Does anyone know of a model that plugs into the camera like the original unit did? Would also be interested in knowing where to find it. Thanks!

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Re: Replacment Battery Charger for DSC-S75?

My S85 uses a AC-L10B power adapter. (pretty sure my F717 does too) I've never seen it for sale so you might have to contact sony directly. Alternatively you can buy a dedicated battery charger instead.

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