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Oct 06, 2015 08:02 |  #1

how do i delete gear from my wish list?

how can i put an LC-E6E in my wish list?


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Oct 06, 2015 09:04 |  #2

To remove, just click that you want to add it again and then you find the remove button in the next page.




  
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Oct 06, 2015 16:51 |  #3
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Skaperen wrote in post #17734971 (external link)
how do i delete gear from my wish list?

how can i put an LC-E6E in my wish list?


What? You want to put a battery charger into your wish list?




  
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Oct 06, 2015 21:11 |  #4

RichSoansPhotos wrote in post #17735616 (external link)
What? You want to put a battery charger into your wish list?

The LC-E6E has a separate cord, not the folding prongs, so it doesn't have to cling to the wall or extension cord when plugged in. While I haven't got one on my wish list, I wouldn't say "No" if someone offered to tell me where I could get one (not a "who???" knockoff) for a reasonable price.


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The charger normally comes with the camera body itself, unless Canon keep accidentally putting one every time I purchase a camera




  
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Oct 07, 2015 17:01 |  #6

Skaperen wrote in post #17734971 (external link)
how do i delete gear from my wish list?

how can i put an LC-E6E in my wish list?

1. Go to https://photography-on-the.net/forum/personal​gear.php
2. Click a gear item in your wish list
3. Click the button "REMOVE FROM YOUR WISH LIST"


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Oct 07, 2015 17:20 as a reply to  @ RichSoansPhotos's post |  #7

In the US, you get the LC-E6; some people would prefer to have the LC-E6E, because it accepts a cord, rather than hanging directly off the wall. If you're in Europe, for instance, they get the LC-E6E standard, with the appropriate cord for their country of purchase.


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Oct 08, 2015 04:37 |  #8

Jon wrote in post #17735868 (external link)
The LC-E6E has a separate cord, not the folding prongs, so it doesn't have to cling to the wall or extension cord when plugged in. While I haven't got one on my wish list, I wouldn't say "No" if someone offered to tell me where I could get one (not a "who???" knockoff) for a reasonable price.

i want the LC-E6E so i can use it safely at my computer desk, where all outlets are 240 volts. the hazard is having an outlet for the parallel prongs (NEMA 1-15 OR 5-15) with the wrong voltage. something else might get plugged in there and cause a firevmad. all that is there now is the tandem plug(NEMA 6-15 or 6-20) outlets and IEC-60320 outlets. i run my computers at 240 volts.


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Oct 08, 2015 04:40 |  #9

Jon wrote in post #17736876 (external link)
In the US, you get the LC-E6; some people would prefer to have the LC-E6E, because it accepts a cord, rather than hanging directly off the wall. If you're in Europe, for instance, they get the LC-E6E standard, with the appropriate cord for their country of purchase.

because most people in the US run everything at 120 volts and have all outlets that fit. i'm an exception.


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Skaperen wrote in post #17737388 (external link)
i want the LC-E6E so i can use it safely at my computer desk, where all outlets are 240 volts. the hazard is having an outlet for the parallel prongs (NEMA 1-15 OR 5-15) with the wrong voltage. something else might get plugged in there and cause a firevmad. all that is there now is the tandem plug(NEMA 6-15 or 6-20) outlets and IEC-60320 outlets. i run my computers at 240 volts.


Virtually every electrical items that are portable, are multi voltagev (read the voltage ratings at the back, should read something like 100 - 240v). Would you be able to take your smartphone (assuming you have one) charger to say Europe, yes you could, the only thing you would need is an plug converter so you would be able to use it in Europe (UK needs a different adapter from the rest of Europe), so you don't need a new charger. So you can use the same charger from the USA in Europe (or anywhere else come to think of it)




  
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Oct 09, 2015 05:22 |  #11

RichSoansPhotos wrote in post #17738063 (external link)
Virtually every electrical items that are portable, are multi voltagev (read the voltage ratings at the back, should read something like 100 - 240v). Would you be able to take your smartphone (assuming you have one) charger to say Europe, yes you could, the only thing you would need is an plug converter so you would be able to use it in Europe (UK needs a different adapter from the rest of Europe), so you don't need a new charger. So you can use the same charger from the USA in Europe (or anywhere else come to think of it)

its not about taking things to Europe; it's about using them safely at home. both the LC-E6 and LC-E6E work in the full range of 100-240 volts. my computer desk area uses 240 volts. in order to use my LC-E6 at my computer desk area i would need to set up a receptacle for it to plug in to. because the LC-E6 has 120 volt style prongs (NEMA 1-15), that means i would have a 120 volt style (NEMA 1-15 or NEMA 5-15) outlet with 240 volts on it. that is unsafe because something else that can only handle 120 volts could get plugged in there and get 240 volts. the solution is to use an IEC-60320 cord (maybe with a NEMA 6-15 plug (external link)). my computers already have them. the LC-E6E accepts a smaller IEC-60320 cord. until i get a LC-E6E i cannot charge my camera batteries at my computer desk because i do not want to set up an unsafe environment that could start a fire.

examples of IEC-60320 (external link)
examples of NEMA 6-15 (240 volts in USA) (external link)
examples of NEMA 5-15 (120 volts in USA) (external link)
examples of NEMA 1-15 (ungrounded 120 volts in USA) (external link)

yes, we have 240 volts in USA. the plugs are different (NEMA 6-15 and NEMA 6-20 for more amps) to avoid that hazardous setup and it runs at 60 Hz.


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