Olympus BLS-5 Lithium-Ion Battery for Olympus E-PM2
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- With an additional BLS-5 you will never miss a shoot caused by an empty battery.
- Note: This battery can only be charged in the Lithium Ion Battery Charger (BCS-5)
- 7.2 Volts
- 1400 mAh
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|Battery Type||Lithium Ion|
|Item Dimensions||0.39 x 1.57 x 2.36 inches|
|Item Weight||0.04 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||0.15 pounds|
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With an additional BCS-5 you will never miss a shoot caused by an empty battery. The BLS-5 lithium ion rechargeable battery is suitable for quick recharging with the exclusive Olympus Lithium-ion battery charger BCS-5. The extremely compact and ultra-slim design of the BCS-5 rechargeable Li-Ion battery makes storage and transportation very convenient. The Li-Ion battery allows hundreds of images to be shot before the battery needs to be recharged.
- EPL2 Digital Camera
Top customer reviews
Not much to say other than the BLS-5 charged up fine in the Olympus BCS-5 Battery Charger and worked perfectly in my E-P3 as expected, yielding about 300 images per charge. But what a relief after the overheating Sterlingtrek BLS-1! Although the Amazon description warns the Olympus BCS-5 Battery Charger is only for the BLS-5 battery, my BLS-1 battery charges perfectly in it as well. Upon a little more testing, I found the BLS-5 charges fine in the older black BCS-1 charger. Glad I don't have to carry two chargers and having a backup charger is good. But, sheesh, why does Olympus say these batteries and chargers are not compatible when they all work fine together?