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BM Premium Pack Of 2 NB6L, NB-6L, NB-6LH Batteries For Canon PowerShot S120, SX170 IS, SX260 HS, SX280 HS, SX500 IS, SX510 HS, SX520 HS, SX530 HS, SX540 HS, SX600 HS, SX610 HS, SX700 HS, SX710 HS, ELPH 500 HS, D10, D20, D30 Digital Camera
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- NB6L NB-6L Li-ion Rechargeable Battery for Canon PowerShot Digital Camera
- Energy Storage Capacity: 1200 mAh Voltage: 3.7 volts
- 100% Memory Free Super Long Time Recording
- This product has a 1 year Limited warranty.
- Includes Qty 2 NB6L 1200mah Batteries + Micro Fiber Cleaning Cloth
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|Battery Type||Lithium Ion|
|Compatible Devices||Canon PowerShot S120, SX170 IS, SX260 HS, SX280 HS, SX500 IS, SX510 HS, ELPH 500 HS, D10, D20|
|Item Dimensions||6 x 4 x 5 inches|
|Item Weight||0.19 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||0.25 pounds|
Also compatible with the following cameras:
Elph 500 HS
Top Customer Reviews
My problem was that after a period of time using the camera that the batteries seemed to lose much of their charge. Then not even a fully re-charged battery would work. The charger by means of the green light was saying the batteries were charged. However, the camera would start then shut off immediately saying on the screen that the batteries needed to be charged.
Yesterday I contacted Canon service and received a quick response. The fix, they said, was to remove the battery from the camera, CLOSE the battery door, then press and hold the start button for 1 minute. At the end of the minute, I opened the door, put in the battery, one of those the camera had been saying needed to be charged even though the charger said it was charged, and pressed the start button. This time when the camera started I could see on the screen that the camera considered the battery fully charged. What a relief!
Canon said that what happens is that sometimes the camera's capacitor (whatever that is) retains some of the energy, causing the symptoms that I was experiencing. Removing the battery,closing the battery compartment door, and pressing the start button for 1 minute drains all the energy out of the camera and resets the camera.
I asked whether it was possible that I will have to do this again, the reply was "yes", it is very possible because they don't yet know the cause.
Not really a surprise (I'll tell you why in a moment) my Canon batt with the camera worked very well within the specified amount of pictures with modest LCD brightness and frequent use of many features. So a few hours later I switch to my back up battery (these ones) and find that one already registers as low and the other says it is full, goes for about an hour and suddenly is totally dead to the point you get the usual message on the LCD to replace the battery pack.
The reason I am not surprised is my last Canon I went through the same motions. Purchased a third party spare, thing never held a charge and died very quickly. So here I am again a few years later with the same problem.
Don't be cheap. Buy the Canon battery if you actually want to be able to take pictures all day without worrying. The camera comes with one, get an extra and you should easily make it through a 16 hour day. If you take a billion pictures a day, then get two. The 30 bucks a piece will be well worth capturing all the memories you want with no stress instead of these cruddy batteries you wont be able to rely on at all.
I should also add that I did ensure I charged them correctly and gave it another go the next day to no avail.
One more thing. This whole bundle was just $17.99. The battery I brought for my first digital camera (a Sony) cost about $80 and it was just a battery -- no extras and it didn't hold much of a charge. Times are better now.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Got the wrong one's and ended up throwing them out, since I opened the packages. Oh well, live and learn.Published 13 days ago by Nancy Robinson
Quality made and charges great. Very happy with the purchase and price.Published 24 days ago by Pio
Charger is great. One of the batteries is great. The other is a dud. Lasts less than a minute in my camera.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
5 stars because the charger works plus 2 batteries all at a great price.Published 2 months ago by scuba
Batteries don't seam to hold power very long. I will not purchase these again.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer