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The EH-6 can be used with AC power sources of 50-60 Hz and 100-120V or 200-240V.
Separate power cables are available for use in North America, the UK, continental Europe, Australia and Japan.
The EH-6 is an AC Adapter that can power select Nikon cameras from an AC power source, useful when shooting long sessions.

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Will this fit the D200

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Does it support the D-200, and what is the output voltage?
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This (Nikon EH-6 AC Adapter) is the one listed in the official Nikon D200 Guide.
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Yes, the EH-6/EH-6A fits the D200 - I have been using it for the past couple of years with my D200. (The EH-5 mentioned by others fits the D300 and other cameras.) The EH-6 input is 100 to 240 volts AC, 50/60 Hz; output is 13.5 volts DC, 4400 mA.
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You need EH-5a for D200.
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No, EH-6 for D2 and D3 series.
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Do you need to remove the battery before using this adapter? (Nikon D200)

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No, the battery can stay in place.
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