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Nikon EN-EL15 Rechargeable Li-Ion Battery for Select DSLR Cameras (Retail Packaging)
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- Rechargeable battery for the Nikon D7000, V1, D600, D800, D800E, D7100, D610, D810, D810A, D750, D7200 cameras
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|Battery Type||Lithium Ion|
|Compatible Devices||DSLR D7000|
|Item Dimensions||2.2 x 1.6 x 0.8 inches|
|Item Weight||0.19 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||0.35 pounds|
- Nikon D7000
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Nikon gives a couple of different ratings for how many shots you can get on a full charge with this battery.
Testing according to the CIPA standard show this battery can take 1,050 shots on a single charge. Under these test conditions the room temperature is 73.4 degrees Fahrenheit (+/- 3.6 degrees). A Nikon 18-105mm lens is used. The focus is moved from infinity to minimum focus and a shot is taken every 30 seconds. The on board Speedlight flash is fired every other shot. This does not use live view.
Nikon's own test conditions yield much better numbers per charge. At 68 degrees Fahrenheit with a Nikon 70-200mm f/2.8 VRII lens and an image quality of JPG basic, medium. The shutter release is pressed halfway down and the focus is cycled from infinity to minimum range three times. Six shots are taken in a burst at 1/250 of a second shutter speed. The LCD monitor is then turned on for five seconds then turned off. This is repeated once the exposure meter has turned off.
Nikon's own test conditions yielded approximately 4,500 shots per charge.
This truly incredible. I have easily taken more than 800 to 1000 shots on a charge. A big part of the number of shots I get is how much I review them on the LCD. This is the largest drain of power.
Even though this battery has an amazing life, I would suggest picking up a second.Read more ›
I bought two of these batteries from Amazon via a store called "Kellards" for in car use at the Daytona 24 Hour race. The batteries came in OEM appearing packaging.
Both batteries have failed in less than a month of use. 24 batteries and only these two batteries (we date and mark every battery purchase with labels on the bottoms of each battery) stopped working in less than a month and after TWO charges cycles! TWO. Both will not take a charge and completely have stopped working. Dead. Zero power.
As, noted, we have 22 other OEM Nikon EN-EL-15's that have never had an issue in 12-20 months, with 50-120 charges each, I am heavily inclined to believe these are counterfeit. No proof, but we've been shooting with Nikon for a decade plus and have owned over 150 camera batteries and 600+ Nikon OEM batteries and have never had a problem. Having one fail, ok, rare but possible. Having ONLY these two batteries fail, both from the same supplier, has be firmly believing something isn't right with these specific batteries.
Now, to make thing worse, I went to return these today, and surprise, I am 3 days outside my return window.
Not happy with Kellards or Amazon, and I will be writing Amazon customer service immediately.
Genuine Nikon packaging with Nikon holograph sticker. In the box, genuine Nikon battery (with hologram sticker), plastic contact protector and instructions. Battery comes partially charged, as most do. Charges and holds the same charge as the battery that comes with the camera. Box says Cell: made in Japan and Pack: assembled in China.
You can probably get another battery from a 3rd party a lot cheaper. But remember, there have been battery recalls on similar batteries, even by Nikon. I am going to stick with the Nikon brand until it's time to replace these. Then I'll look for a bargain. I also recommend that you should always have a second battery charged and available when the one in your camera dies. For obvious reasons.
Yes, spend the cash now and go 3rd party later. Some will say save the $20 or $30 and go third party now. If cash is an issue, then that's your deal! :)
Not sure how relevant it is, but there is also an ever so slight difference in the print on the back of the battery compared to the OEM ones. The hologram is also different and looks almost exactly like a fake hologram posted in numerous online forums and blogs. I've tried attaching an image from bonell.wordpress.com - http://i49.photobucket.com/albums/f288/hcornea/counterfeitnikonbattery_zpsoxgvhzt3.jpg -- my batteries look very much the same (genuine on left, with the extra numbers below the trashcan image), counterfeit on right.
For the price i paid, i'll chalk it up as a lesson learned, and will treat it like any other non-OEM battery that holds a bit of charge at a lower cost.
I'm getting just new OEM batteries from now on.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought 2 of these Nikon batteries and 2 after market batteries. The Nikon batteries have stood the test of time whereas the after-market batteries don't charge fully.Published 3 days ago by Rosie
Works great. Fits perfect. Recharged numerous times and holds a good charge. Highly recommended.Published 3 days ago by Jrcairtime
Holds a charge longer than my 2 year old battery that came with my d7100 well worth the money .Published 3 days ago by Amazon Customer
I still have a working battery that came with my d800, but wanted a back up. So I ordered this battery. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Jenee Mathes
This review is for my genuine Nikon EN-EL15s that I purchased in 2012. I just got 1,504 RAW images on 88% of the charge in a D800E. Battery life indicator is mid-range. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Alan
What's to say about a battery other than it works and seems to last while using it over extended periods of time.Published 5 days ago by Skip B.