Freefly v-lock adaptor

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  1. bevan goldswain

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    I'd like to know hatter largest batteries people are using with the free fly clock adaptor + red epic on the Movi m15

    I interested in getting a set of the new IDX Duo 95 batteries or the switronox hypercore98

    Has anyone tried them? Will they fit?
     
  2. Guillaume MARION

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  3. bevan goldswain

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    Is that an m10 or M15?

    Are those the IDX Duo 95?
    do you know how many centimetres deep the batteries are?
     
  4. Guillaume MARION

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    Batterie type IDX E-7S

    • Référence : CN-SON-65H-ST
    • Capacité : 6600 mAh
    • Technologie : Li-ion
    • Tension : 14.8 V
    • Couleur : Noir
    • Poids : 696 g
    • Longueur : 141 mm
    • Largeur : 84 mm
    • Hauteur : 47 mm
     
  5. bevan goldswain

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    So not a 95 Wh battery then.
     
  6. Guillaume MARION

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    14,8V x 6,6A then it's 97w!

    It is 95w batt, but there is also a 65w wich is lighter
     
  7. bevan goldswain

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    Do you know it's dimensions?
    particularly the depth

    Is that pic with an M15?


     
  8. Guillaume MARION

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    M15, dimensions are in my previous answer!!!
    47mm deep!
     
  9. bevan goldswain

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    I see that freefly recommend using an IDX endura 7S battery to power the epic.
    Though I read on IDX spec sheet for the battery that its maximum discharge current is 51W
    whereas the RED user manual says the camera draws on average 60W shooting 5K at 24 fps.
    How are you managing to use this battery with the RED EPIC?
    either the data provided by IDX or by RED is incorrect.
    Anyone care to shed some light?
     
  10. Wolf Schiebel

    Wolf Schiebel Active Member

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    I can´t tell about the IDX but i use similar Bebob 75 Wh (max. discharge 5 A = about 60 W) together with ff Heden Carat without any issues...
    Even with Dragon and 6 K/100 Frames

    Best Wolf
     
  11. Kurt Wallrath

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    Bevan, I've never had an issue powering an Epic, Cmotion w/ Heden M21 motor with an IDX Endura 7S. It usually lasts 40 minutes to an hour.
     
  12. Ikbal Arafa

    Ikbal Arafa New Member

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    Here are some specs found on B&H for the IDX duo batteries:
    Dimensions : 3.82 x 5.75 x 2.32" (9.7 x 14.6 x 5.9 cm)
    Maximum disharge current : 6.3 A / 76 W (total with D-Taps and USB)
    D-Taps: 4.1 A / 50 W each
    USB: 1 A / 5 W
    I own 2 of these batteries.. Mainly used to power accessories on my m10.
     
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