The charger kit’s included USB cable connects to the charging base via a Micro-B connection. All three of the above mentioned Sony cameras accept USB Micro-B cords for charging, transferring files to a computer, and performing firmware updates. Customers will appreciate the convenience of having one cord that connects to the charging base and the camera for a variety of tasks.
This brand-new design works as a USB charger, allowing users to plug it into any household receptacle with the included AC/USB wall adaptor. It can also connect to a variety of common USB ports for charging on the go. Photographers can utilize the USB plugs found in their cars, computers, hotel alarm clocks, and portable power supplies like the Omnicharge 20. This is a significant advantage over the Sony name-brand charger for the NP-FZ100, which can only be powered by an AC cable and doesn’t ship with an NP-FZ100 battery.