I’ve hooked up a 3.7 volts lithium rechargeable battery to my cam. In a laptop battery are SIX (not five) of those. If you got an old one usually not all of them are dead. it reads 6000 milliampere hours. IT’S A HOAX (the have only 1000 mAh!!!) If you can get 4000 (NOTIN YOUR WILDEST DREAMS) out of it it would mean you can shoot a video 8 hours long. At least with my cam. It taps about 0.5 amps. That’s VELCRO. Plus. That’s here. Goes to a capacitor and a diode. It’s an electrolyte capacitor 470
microfarads. What the diode does is: It robs the voltage off about 0.7 volts.
Battery delivers 3.7. The device gets 3.0. But that’s exactly what the device wants.
So again: Plus of the cam goes to capacitor and diode. Then of course to plus of the
battery and then back to the cam. Okay! That’s that. Thank you for watching!
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