Canon cameras typically require two hours to reach full power after being plugged into an outlet. Once full, the camera will typically take about two hours to recharge.
Official Canon LP-E12 Charging Time
How long does it take to charge a Canon camera battery?
Canon cameras are known for their durable and high-quality construction. This means that the batteries inside of them are also very strong. In fact, some of the Canon batteries are even rechargeable. That being said, it can take a while to charge a Canon battery.
Typically, it takes around six hours to fully recharge a Canon battery. So, if you are planning on shooting a lot of photos in a short period of time, make sure to bring along an extra battery. Additionally, if you are using a Canon camera with a battery grip, make sure to charge it as well. Doing so will help to speed up the charging process.
How to charge a Canon camera battery
Assuming your charger is compatible with your Canon camera, plug the charger into an outlet and plug your camera into the charger. The red light on the charger should turn green. If the red light continues to flash, your camera is not compatible with the charger.
If your camera has a standard battery, plug the charger into the camera and plug the other end into an outlet. If your camera has a battery grip, remove the battery grip and plug the charger into the camera.
If your camera has a proprietary battery, remove the battery and plug the charger into the camera.
If your camera has a dual battery system, remove the batteries and plug the charger into the camera.
The red light on the charger should turn green. If the red light continues to flash, the batteries are not compatible. If the red light turns off, the batteries are fully charged.
Canon camera battery not charging
Canon camera battery not charging can be caused by several factors such as a drained battery, low battery voltage, broken connector or poor connection. In most cases, it takes around 1-1.5 hours to charge a Canon camera battery.
How to troubleshoot a Canon camera battery that won’t charge
Canon cameras use a variety of types of batteries, including LP-E6, LP-E6N, and LP-E6C.
The time it takes for a Canon camera battery to charge can vary depending on the battery type and the charger.
For example, the LP-E6 battery takes approximately 1.5 hours to charge using a Canon charger, while the LP-E6N battery takes approximately 2 hours to charge using a Canon charger.
If your camera battery won’t charge, there may be several reasons.
First, check to see if your camera is using the correct type of battery. If your camera is using an LP-E6 battery, for example, you should use a LP-E6N charger.
If your camera is using a different type of battery, make sure the charger is compatible with that type of battery.
Second, make sure the battery is properly inserted into the camera.
If your camera is using an LP-E6 battery, for example, the battery should be inserted in the battery compartment near the lens.
If your camera is using a different type of battery, make sure the battery is properly inserted into the camera.
Third, make sure the camera is turned on and connected to the charger.
If your camera is turned on and connected to the charger, but the battery still won’t charge
Why is my Canon camera battery not charging?
Canon camera batteries take around two hours to charge from a standard outlet. If you have a more powerful charger, the time will be shorter. Additionally, if your camera is set to use the AC power adapter, the charging time will be even shorter.
Your canon camera battery might take a long time to charge, depending on the model and battery type.