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Power and Cables

Always be prepared with chargers, cables, batteries and more! Our power partners, Hawk-Woods LTD and Switronix, helps us complete your rig with safe, high quality accessories. Choose from a selection of clip on Gripper Batteries and traditional 3-Stud and V-Mount batteries.

Gripper Series Batteries

gripper clip on batteries side by side zacuto The Gripper Series are the first range of batteries specifically designed for use on today’s professional rigs. The Gripper clips directly onto 15mm rods without the need for any additional brackets or clamps. With Gripper batteries, all you need is a little space on your rods! Power your camera, accessories, EVF, and more. LEARN MORE

Featured Cables

LP-E6 to D-Tap Cable 20" Powertap Cable for C300 36" Standard to Standard HDMI Cable
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This cable allows you to power anything using a Canon LP-E6 battery with an external power source. The XP-DV-C300/20 is a 20" Powertap Cable specifically for the Canon C300. You can use this cable with any camera that has a standard HDMI output. This is the perfect cable for Zacuto EVF owners
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Featured Power

V-Mount Battery Plate with 2 P-Taps Anton Bauer 3-Stud Battery Plate Battery Pack for Blackmagic Cinema Camera
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This battery plate accepts v-mount type batteries and mounts to the Zacuto Red plate or the Zacuto Zwiss Plate. This battery plate allows you to mount Anton Bauer batteries underneath the Zacuto Red Plate or Zacuto Zwiss Plate, allpowing you to supply power to your external devices. While an internal battery on the BMCC will only run for 90 minutes, the PB70-BMCC will nearly quadruple that runtime.
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Have questions about power accessories? Please contact our sales and customer service team at (312) 863 3456 or sales@zacuto.com. Live chat is also available during Chicago business hours.
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