IDX Introduces Batteries For Panasonic’s New AG-DVX200 Camcorder

IDX announced the release of two high capacity 7.2 volt batteries for Panasonic’s AG-DVX200 – the SL-VBD64 and SL-VBD96 camcorders. Both batteries provide a higher capacity than the supplied Panasonic battery.

IDX said the new batteries have ratings of 6400 mAh (SL-VBD64) and 9600 mAh (SL-VBD96). Users can check the battery charge level with a four LED remaining capacity indicator. Equipped with an X-Tap and USB power port, the new batteries are ready to power everything from the camera and accessories to USB devices (Type-A output)..

Panasonic DVX200 users can expect extended runtimes to approximately two hours and ten minutes and to three hours and 13 minutes. Both batteries are available now worldwide. There’s 7.2V X-Tap power connector for powering camera accessories. A C-XTap cable accessory will be necessary for use.

IDX manufactures li-ion battery systems for the professional audio, broadcast, cinema and video industries.

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