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Last WAY longer than alkaline,
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These are my first rechargeable batteries, so all I can say is that in comparison to alkaline, these are WAY better and longer losting. Alkalines stop working in digital cameras long before they are actually used up, because they can't supply the required current for high-demand devices. These Sonys last much more than 4x as long because alkalines only work for a few minutes. These Sonys maintain their voltage at a stable level. I am using them in an Olympus C-755 digital camera, and I charge them using the Sony BCG-34HE4 charger. I can't say exactly how many pictures you can take on one charge, because they last for so long I lose track. If you have a digital camera, you absolutely must use rechargeable Nimh batteries. Don't waste your money on the expensive "high-end" alkalines or non-rechargeable lithium, etc. Also, you are doing the environment a favor by not using toxic landfill filler.
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Initial post: May 4, 2008 1:21:23 PM PDT
and make sure your camera can handle the mah level (shouldn't be a problem with this 2500 battery). I got the rayovac hybrids which are 2100 and my camera died after 15 pictures.. it was registering as depleted and i got the low battery warning for half the pictures. Now i'm using some refreshed 2500 energizers and after 50 pics they're still going. Rayovac Hybrid and Sanyo Eneloop are supposed to be the best but my camera spit them right out.
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