The Sony BC-QZ1 Battery Charger is designed to recharge the NP-FZ100 battery, which is compatible with the popular Sony A9 camera. This charger is capable of charging batteries to full capacity in just 150 minutes – 40 per cent faster than charging the battery in-camera via a USB cable. It’s perfect for photographers who are on the go and need a quick turnaround time for their batteries so you never miss a moment.
The Sony BCQZ1 Battery Charger features a LED indicator to show charging progress and allows you to accurately check the charging status of your battery while it’s still in charge mode. This is incredibly handy so you can always tell when your battery is fully charged and ready to be packed away, and to help you determine the status of any spare batteries you may have lying around – no guessing required.
This battery charger is small and compact, making it portable to take with you anywhere, whether you’re off on a long travel trip abroad or simply heading out and about for a day of shooting. Weighing just 125g and with a detachable AC cable that can easily be stowed away, this charger makes it convenient and easy to recharge anywhere, anytime, without hassle. It will also work anywhere around the world with its 100-240 VAC compatible adapter.
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We recommend storing your Sony NP-FZ100 batteries separately from the Sony BCQZ1 Battery Charger. A great battery storage option is the ThinkTank DSLR Battery Holder 4, which can store up to four batteries at once and is compact.
If you find yourself needing to recharge your batteries too often, or you feel as though you’re running out of power too quickly, consider investing in a battery grip. The Sony Battery Grip for Sony A9 VG-C3EM carries up to two NP-FZ100 batteries at a time, while also offering extra grip and allowing easy shooting in a vertical position. This is especially useful when shooting video, which uses up more battery power than still photography.
Don’t worry! You can still charge your camera by placing the batteries inside your camera and connecting it to a power source via a USB cable. While it charges slower than the dedicated Sony BC-QZ1 Battery Charger, it will keep you charged up and shooting until your new battery charger arrives.