CamRanger 2 Battery Charger


Charger for CamRanger 2 batteries. Charges 1 or 2 batteries at one time. Comes with a USB micro cable.

  • Rechargeable, replaceable lithium-ion battery
  • Battery life: approximately 5+ hours (less for Fuji cameras and use dependent)
  • Charging time: approximately 4-6 hours
  • Charge via: micro USB cable within device, external battery charger, or USB power bank
  • Size: custom-sized 18650 (Not AA or AAA)
SKU: 1033 Category:

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
Earl S.
CamRanger 2

The CamRanger 2 was easy to setup with my Nikon D810.

Michael M.
Battery charger

Is my battery on the camera ranger were dying out too fast the problem was the setting in my camera I need to cut off the USB port after that everything worked well thank you.

Charges battery

Battery life not that great and oddly too large for my other 18650 charger but that is why I purchased this charger

Aaron D.T.

CamRanger 2 Battery Charger

Jeffrey K.L.
Great Tool for Real Estate Photography

I bought the CamRanger2 so that I could position the tripod in a corner and shoot the picture from a different location. I did not realize that my client would also be interested in setting up shots.

I just finished my first shoot with the CamRanger 2. The listing agent stayed on site. She also staged the property. I sensed that she had a keen eye for how she wanted things to look. I let her look at the staging on my iPad before I took each shot. I love the live camera preview! She even assisted me by holding up a light, in a small bedroom!

The CamRanger worked without a flaw and the client was very happy when I delivered the pictures.

My only suggestion is a need for a software upgrade for vertical pictures. When I shoot a bathroom I use an L-Bracket to shoot in a narrow space. The current version of the software stitches the photo together for pictures shot with a portrait orientation. I'm sure that this can be fixed.

I love the ability to preview, post-view and trash pictures with CamRanger2. If a picture does not look good I just delete it using the software; I don't want a lot of photos that I am not going to use in editing.

Finally, the bracketing works well. I had to set it in Manual as the software says. I also had to to turn the bracketing off in the the camera and set the camera to Continuous-Low Speed with 1 sec. between shots. The flash needed at least 1 second between shots to recycle. Once I got these settings right, it worked flawlessly. I use a Nikon D-750.