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  1. #1
    Speed Demon
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    Jan 2009
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    Default Camcorder Power

    Hey guys.
    I have a new JVC Everio MG330AU camcorder with a 30GB HD. I got a few pieces to mount the camera via headrest, but am severely disappointed with the battery capabilities. I want to give the camera continuous power in my vehicle. I already know how to hardwire, fuse, switch, etc....what I don't know is how to convert the DC11-13v power source (the car) to a continuous 11v power source. The camera, of course, came with a 120v AC adapter, but I'd rather not have the unclean look of the inverter cluttering up my back seat. Short of hard-wiring and flush-mounting an inverter, what can I do? the 11v is exceedingly hard to come by, and the JVC power adapter is a joke to find. I would be willing to buy a second JVC AC adapter just to cut off the tip and solder it to a new converter source. Any ideas?


    P.S. Erickonphoenix, what did you do?

  2. #2
    Rocket Driver
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    Jun 2008

    Default Re: Camcorder Power

    Thy don't make a power adapter to fit into a car cigarette lighter?

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    Will this work?
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