If you’re wondering how to charge the Canon Rebel T7 (also known as the 2000D, KISS X90 or 1500D) with a USB then this is the post for you.
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Why You Can’t Charge Through USB
You can’t charge the Rebel T7 through USB because the USB port on the Canon Rebel T7 (2000D) is only for data transfer and not for power transfer.
Luckily there are other ways to make sure your camera is well-powered.
If you were looking for constant power for your Rebel T7 then this is still possible and we will discuss this later in this post.
If you want a Canon camera that charges through USB you should check out the Canon EOS M50 Mark II.
The M50 Mark II is a newer mirrorless camera which is very popular and it has an APS-C sensor like the Canon Rebel T7.
How Can You Charge The Canon Rebel T7 Battery?
You can use the standard LP-E10 batteries and charge the batteries using the standard LC-E10 battery charger.
If you have problems with running out of battery then try to have more spare batteries on hand.
See further below for some links to well reviewed and compatible replacement batteries.
What Battery Does The Canon EOS Rebel T7 Use?
The Canon EOS Rebel T7 uses the LP-E10 battery.
You can buy replacement batteries quite easily online.
Below are some links to the official Canon version as well as some third party replacement batteries.
What Battery Charger Does The Canon EOS Rebel T7 Use?
If you want to know how to charge the Rebel T7 then the battery charger for the Canon Rebel T7 is the LC-E10 (the LC-E10E is a variation which also works).
This charger is specifically for the LP-E10 battery which is used by the Canon Rebel T7 as well as quite a few other Canon cameras.
You can also purchase a third-party replacement battery charger for the same purpose.
If you buy third-party batteries they often come with a battery charger.
Continuous Power On Rebel T7 Using AC Adapter
If you are live streaming or using the Canon Rebel T7 as a webcam then you may want to have a continuous power source.
You can provide a continuous power source for the Rebel T7 by using an AC adapter kit which uses a DC coupler (also known as a dummy battery kit).
The example below is compatible with quite a few cameras (including the Rebel T7) which use the Canon LP-E10 battery.
You should now know that you are unable to use a USB to charge the Canon Rebel T7 (EOS 2000D) battery, but should be aware of other ways to charge the Canon Rebel T7 and even provide constant power to it.
Thanks for reading!