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mollysox
09-10-11, 04:46 PM
Hi, I boiught some Kodak batteries thinking they would be good for a camera but they were useless and lasted no time at all.
Which batteries would people recommend for DSLR camera's?
M

Blitz Photography & Prod
09-10-11, 10:30 PM
hi mollysox

have you not tried rechargeable ones ;)
i all ways find they last longer then normal batteries

wave
10-10-11, 08:44 AM
rechargeble nd get ones that are over 2500mah

canismajor
10-10-11, 10:17 AM
Hi, I boiught some Kodak batteries thinking they would be good for a camera but they were useless and lasted no time at all.
Which batteries would people recommend for DSLR camera's?
M
Hi, as Wave and Blitz have suggested, you should be looking at buying rechargable batteries with a charger, and I bought some from a local ASDA store which cost under 20. You must look at the battery capacity which will be written on the side of each battery, and go for ones that say 2700 mah, ( milliamp hours) at least. I think you can get them now at 2900 mah, and these will last quite well before needing to be recharged.
All the best.

mollysox
17-10-11, 12:18 PM
Many thanks for the advice:)

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plixy
15-10-12, 08:28 AM
Always use their camera recommendation battery usually mention in their manual book don't try to use under their spec

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kyenyen
17-10-12, 02:38 AM
try rechargeable batteries...
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