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The Ricoh GRD2, Leica Dlux-2 and 3 and the panasonic versions all use the same battery so perhaps you can locate one of those branded versions?

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Check this link at B&H: Leica | BP-DC4-U Lithium-Ion Battery for Leica D-Lux 2, | 18645 - for a D-Lux 4 replacement battery.


Below the replacement battery, B&H shows a Pearstone battery charger that presumably can be used with that battery.


I recommend that you actually speak with someone at B&H to confirm the suitability of this charger for your purposes before actually making the purchase.


Good luck.

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Try the Annsman or Delkin web sites. One of their Universal Chargers with an appropriate adaptor plate where neccessary should do the trick at a reasonable cost.

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