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Digital Camera Batteries

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6y, 4m agoPosted 6 years, 4 months ago
Hi, can anyone recommend what batteries to use in a Digital Camera. I am getting reallu fed up with them not lasting very long.....

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6y, 4m agoPosted 6 years, 4 months ago
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#1
lithiums
#2
Oh right - just looked and I have Alkaline!!!! Will have a look for Lithiums tomorrow. Any make better than the other?
#3
smithers
Oh right - just looked and I have Alkaline!!!! Will have a look for Lithiums tomorrow. Any make better than the other?

I use the energizer ones-they are expensive(about 6 quid for four),but look out for buy one get one offers in boots/tesco etc-they are worth it tho-they last for AGES!
#4
Cheers - will go and have a shop around tomorrow :)
banned#5
rechargeables ?
#6
NI-MH ~Rechargeables, the higher the mAh the better 2900 is the highest but not common place 2700 more common.

Vapextech

I get all my AA and AAAs from here and use them in my high powered Camera Flash and Cameras and they last a helluva long time, I can really recommend them, they have a flea bay shop as well that sometimes has better deals and cheaper postage.
#7
Digital Cameras are notorious for draining batteries, with the autofocus in use on every picture, image stability, flash and face detection, seriously stop wasting wedge on disposable cells and get some decent Rechargeables and a fast charger.
#8
I've bought some these
Batteries

Will they be any good for use in a camera? looking at taking mine to V festival to last me the weekend. Will purchase another set I think
banned#9
I have these and they are awesome (mine are actually 2500):

these
#10
anthonyt
I've bought some these
Batteries

Will they be any good for use in a camera? looking at taking mine to V festival to last me the weekend. Will purchase another set I think


should be fine, i would take a couple of sets though if your there for the weekend.


dcx_badass
Lithium Ion are the best, not sure if you can buy them as normal rechargables. I'm on 946 photos since I last charged my camera and at least half have had the flash on, still got two out of four bars left on my camera aswell.


lith ion are better and thats why most cameras use there own type of battery, unfortunately not available in AA form due to voltage output per AA battery.
#11
Celticsun
anthonyt
I've bought some these
Batteries

Will they be any good for use in a camera? looking at taking mine to V festival to last me the weekend. Will purchase another set I think


should be fine, i would take a couple of sets though if your there for the weekend.


I've ordered 2 so will have 8 batteries, hoping that will be enough. Going to try avoid using my mobile incase I lose it
#12
To save power turn off the flash when not needed and also try to avoid deleting or reviewing the photos too often. Its the LCD display and the Flash that will eat your power.

Have a Nice time! :p

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