Thread: WARNING COMER 190Wh V-Mount batteries will not lock

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    You can try Dynacore battery which have good quality and good price , you can check more from https://www.newsshooter.com/2019/09/...attery-review/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Taylor View Post
    Yup. Just bought two Comer BP-C130 v-mounts and they are very loose on my Red v-mount adapter. The camera stays powered up with the loose fit, but out of fear of shorting-out something very expensive, I don't dare using them again to power my camera. Wish I'd caught this thread earlier.
    That's a drag, Joe. They ran me around quite a bit when I tried to return mine, only got a response after I canceled the sale through Amex. The Dynacores have been very strong though and my rig pulls 105 watts (always run two in parallel). Bought via Omega in Texas, good folks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tina WANG View Post
    You can try Dynacore battery which have good quality and good price , you can check more from https://www.newsshooter.com/2019/09/...attery-review/
    Your company's professional quality batteries are appreciated, Tina.
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    Had all of the problems described above with Comer 190s, plus numerous heat-related shutdowns when when used in our uw housings. Run away from these things as fast as you can.

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