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    Anyone using one of these for powering camera/lights?

    http://www.goalzero.com/costco/

    Any reason why this would be ill-advised?

    Thanks
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    We have a yeti 1250 that was use all the time. Can run an Arri L10C which draws about 400 watts at full output. We have ours running out of our van and charging off solar panels.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bv8ypC4dqoI&t=
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    Thanks, Harvey. Do you ever use it to power cameras or only recharge batts?
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    We use it for everything. Cameras, lights, harddrives. The only thing it struggles with are high wattage things like power tools and space heaters.
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    I have a 150 and 400 Ive used for powering lights. You just have to be careful with amperage draw on the Lead acid versions with bigger lights or strobes.

    Works awesome for LEDs tho.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Harvey Burrell View Post
    We have a yeti 1250 that was use all the time. Can run an Arri L10C which draws about 400 watts at full output. We have ours running out of our van and charging off solar panels.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bv8ypC4dqoI&t=
    I realize that I am resurrecting a 1 year old thread, but I would rather do that than start a new one.


    Thanks for the link Harvey! I am wanting to do a conversion camper/production van with a sprinter, so that gives me some ideas.

    Anybody else have any experience powering light/cameras/charging in remote places?
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