Energizer CA-LPE5 Li-Ion Camera Battery For Canon EOS 450/500 just £5 at Play.com - HotUKDeals
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Replacement battery for Canon DSLR cameras (please check model compatability)

Although description says 800mAh, I can confirm that the one I got was 1080mAh (as expected for a replacement battery) And I'm sure that this is just out of date info on the Play website!
I rotate mine with my original Canon battery (EOS 450D) and have seen no noticable difference in battery life.
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1 Like #1
Seems a good deal, though some folks who use replacements can experience problems if this one on Amazon for just £2.30 is anything to go by [have a read at the comments]

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B001AK4FXM/ref=pd_lpo_k2_dp_sr_1?pf_rd_p=103612307&pf_rd_s=lpo-top-stripe&pf_rd_t=201&pf_rd_i=B00140TJF2&pf_rd_m=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&pf_rd_r=04G6C8JQTSN8AD0AQPPT [it's 1080mAh as well]

Though I would like to think that the brand 'Energiser' would be a cut above.
1 Like #2
canon own batteries won't be less than £40..
for £5 with the name of Energizer on it, I believe it can be a good back-up battery

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1 Like #3
Yep I ordered 2 of these a couple of weeks ago and got the 1080mAh as well. I have charged them up but haven't used them yet, as my canon battery lasts over 2000 shots :)
#4
thenextbutton
Yep I ordered 2 of these a couple of weeks ago and got the 1080mAh as well. I have charged them up but haven't used them yet, as my canon battery lasts over 2000 shots :)


2000 shots/charge? are you sure about that?
Most claim around 400~500 but can hardly see it in real....
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1 Like #6
Great deal, I've already got two spare batteries that came with my Opteka battery grip though, so I don't think I need more than 3 batteries. Btw, the Opteka battery grip is fantastic, a lot cheaper but works brilliantly, looks the part, and imo makes the camera much more nicely weighted and balanced when I have it on my neck. The batteries that come with it are also decent from what I can see.
#7
Is it me or is there no Buy button for this. Please help as this is exactly what I'm looking for right now!:(
#8
wnofal
thenextbutton
Yep I ordered 2 of these a couple of weeks ago and got the 1080mAh as well. I have charged them up but haven't used them yet, as my canon battery lasts over 2000 shots :)


2000 shots/charge? are you sure about that?
Most claim around 400~500 but can hardly see it in real....


I have the Canon 450D and I would say I get around 7 to 800 shots on a full Canon battery.
Also depends on what you do with it, zoom, review pics etc... but standard shots about 700+ here but no where near a 1000-2000
#9
dotmac
Is it me or is there no Buy button for this. Please help as this is exactly what I'm looking for right now!:(

Yeah, looks like they've gone, shame. May be worth checking back later just in case.....

expired.
#10
dam I was too late
#11
wnofal
thenextbutton
Yep I ordered 2 of these a couple of weeks ago and got the 1080mAh as well. I have charged them up but haven't used them yet, as my canon battery lasts over 2000 shots :)


2000 shots/charge? are you sure about that?
Most claim around 400~500 but can hardly see it in real....


Shot 1400 shots on a 7D last Friday at the Festival Of Speed.
Batteries were still showing 62% and 63% at the end.

Can't remember what the capacity of the batteries is, but higher than 1080mAh
1 Like #12
I bought two of these and they are great! No reason to buy an official Canon replacement battery.
They are indeed 1080mAh.
#13
gizmouk

Shot 1400 shots on a 7D last Friday at the Festival Of Speed.
Batteries were still showing 62% and 63% at the end.

Can't remember what the capacity of the batteries is, but higher than 1080mAh


I'm talking about entry-levels like 350, 450, 500 and 550.... definitely no where near the 7D

but it's a function of lots of variables really... I get around 500 on my Nikon but I use auto-focus most of the time, view, retouch and continuously change settings.

KKSlider1337 - Jul 08, 2010 19:43
Great deal, I've already got two spare batteries that came with my Opteka battery grip though, so I don't think I need more than 3 batteries. Btw, the Opteka battery grip is fantastic, a lot cheaper but works brilliantly, looks the part, and imo makes the camera much more nicely weighted and balanced when I have it on my neck. The batteries that come with it are also decent from what I can see.

I only tried tried Opteka for flashgun cables and they seem to be good, but can't really trust them when it comes to batteries... But on the other hand, no one seems to have actually tried them, you keep finding lots of products specially from a shop in NY (47th street) with relatively good prices, but if you look for reviews...NONE....it's either that no one has bothered to try them, or those who did are embarrassed to have chosen something cheap :)

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