IDX announced the release of the AT-E2CMKII – an ENDURA V-Mount battery adaptor plate for Canon’s new C300 Mark II camera. The V-Mount adaptor plate allows IDX ENDURA V-Mount batteries to power the C300 Mark II.


It is equipped with a genuine Lemo connector for a direct connection to the camera and offers (2) D-Tap outputs, capable of handling 50W each, for powering ancillary gear (monitors, lights, recorders, etc.). IDX’s signature V-Plate design offers flexible mounting with 3 industry standard screw-hole patterns to adapt to virtually any cheese plate or camera support rod mounting accessory.

“We are happy to expand our V-Mount accessory line with the AT-E2CMKII Canon C300 Mark II adaptor plate,” said Tomo Nishikawa, General Manager, IDX System Technology. “Canon continues to deliver great cameras and we are honored to continually build our relationship with them by delivering great power solutions for their cameras.” Nishikawa adds, “We understand that the C300 Mark II comes with an on-board battery, which is perfect for run and gun/handheld shoots; however, when it comes to shooting composed shots that include many accessories, a larger battery is necessary to power everything. This is where we see our new product help maximize production efficiency.”

The AT-E2CMKII will be available worldwide in October 2015. Come see the AT-E2CMKII and other IDX products at AVX 2015 (Booth# 503) & CCW 2015 (Booth# 1019).

About IDX

With over 25 years of expertise in battery manufacturing, IDX has maintained its position as the global leader of Li-ion battery systems for the professional audio, broadcast, cinema, and video industries. Pioneering the use of Li-ion technology, IDX has fundamentally changed the way professional equipment is powered today. Established in 1989, IDX has made a name for itself with the award winning PROSeries NP-Style and ENDURA™ V-Mount™ battery systems and the groundbreaking CAM~WAVE™ wireless transmission line. IDX continually looks forward to innovate for the future and meet the ever-changing demands and challenges of the professional audio, broadcast, cinema, and video industries. The company’s global headquarters is located in Japan with distribution and support branches in Asia, Europe, North America and South America.

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