For sure! I have a combination of both and use the higher capacity/drain cell in flashlights and the higher self discharge in everything else.
Good shout. It's definitely a question of use-case. For my needs, I'd probably opt for the lower capacity, higher recharge cycle batteries since I mainly use low-powered devices.
If you cannot get these i'd look online for the Fujitsu batteries, they're made in the exact same TDK factory with the exact same ratings. I have these and eneloops and their is no difference. https://www.7dayshop.com/products/fujitsu-aaa-hr03-ready-to-use-nimh-rechargeable-batteries-900mah-4-pack-wh2-recr03fuj-950 78p more expensive but includes delivery. However if you don't NEED the long capacity i'd look at the 2100 recharge cycles version as they'll last longer and have a better self discharge.
Actually, I just zoomed into my original photo. These are the 930mAh version :)
I didn't have the foresight to check the capacity of these before I left the store. Sorry about that :D . Given these are the Pro version, they should be at least 900mAh.