There's an old cliché, "You get what you pay for".

Which I think doesn't mean that literally; so much as it means cheap
stuff doesn't last.

I wouldn't expect the Pentax AC adapter to fail and need replacing, and
I wouldn't worry about the Pentax adapter damaging my camera if it did fail.

On 8/9/2017 22:17, P. J. Alling wrote:
Assuming the Voltage regulator's failure mode is automatic cutoff, it
should work fine.  If it's failure mode is surge, there might be problems.

I've looked at the HQRP a couple of times but always held back on a
purchase, because, while, the Pentax OEM is definitely over priced, the
price for the HQRP seems to be too good to be true.

On 8/8/2017 12:00 PM, Darren Addy wrote:
I've never had a Pentax AC adapter before, but want to get into doing
some time lapse work and don't want battery life to be an issue.

The official Pentax model is horrifically overpriced, IMHO:

So I was happy to trip across this one and thought I would pass it
along, in the event that anyone else is looking for one.

Darren Addy
Kearney, NE

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