|Item Weight||10.4 ounces|
|Package Dimensions||4.8 x 4.3 x 2.1 inches|
|Item model number||KIT-BTR-BP819-LCH-BP808-02|
|Batteries||Lithium Metal batteries required. (included)|
|Size||2 Batteries + Charger|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Description Pile||Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion)|
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Wasabi Power Battery and Charger Kit for Canon BP-819, VIXIA HF10, HF11, HF20, HF21, HF100, HF200, HF G10, HF M30, HF M31, HF M32, HF M40, HF M41, HF M300, HF M400, HF S10, HF S11, HF S20, HF S21, HF S30, HF S100, HF S200, HG20, HG21, HG30, XA10
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- This Wasabi Power Battery and Charger Kit includes:
- 1) Two (2) Wasabi Power BP819 batteries; each with 7.4V, 2200 mAh, Japanese cells
- 2) One (1) Wasabi Power Mini Rapid A/C Charger for BP819 with fold-out plug
- 3) European plug and car adapter
- 4) 3-year manufacturer warranty
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This item Wasabi Power Battery and Charger Kit for Canon BP-819, VIXIA HF10, HF11, HF20, HF21, HF100, HF200, HF G10, HF M30, HF M31, HF M32, HF M40, HF M41, HF M300, HF M400, HF S10, HF S11, HF S20, HF S21, HF S30, HF S100, HF S200, HG20, HG21, HG30, XA10
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|Battery Cell Type||—||—||Lithium Ion||—||Lithium Ion||Lithium Ion|
|Item Dimensions||—||4.25 x 4.75 x 2 in||2.4 x 3.6 x 1.2 in||1.5 x 1.5 x 2.5 in||—||2.75 x 7 x 1 in|
|Item Weight||—||—||1.1 lbs||2.8 ounces||—||2.88 ounces|
|Lithium-Battery Packaging||Batteries packed with equipment||Batteries packed with equipment||—||—||—||Batteries only|
The Wasabi Power battery and charger kit includes 2 batteries and one charger with a European plug and car adapter. All items meet or exceed OEM standards and come with a 3-year manufacturer warranty. Batteries replace: Canon BP-819, Charger replaces: Canon CG-800.
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Before I tried these, I bought one for a few dollars less on eBay that did not recognize the latest Canon cameras. So for now, I am a happy Wasabi. The wall charger seems decent and it is always handy to have an extra charger. My battery weighs just under three ounces and measures
1 9/16" long. As far as the rated mah rating, the stock battery is 850 mah and the Wasabi is supposed to be 2200 mah. Theoretically, it *should*be 300 minutes, not 209. But it still is a good number of minutes.
I ran the battery down while recording with the LCD screen on.
At about 200 minutes, the battery icon turned yellow, then red. The camera ran for another 20 before shutting down. The camera did save the last video to the SDHC card before turning itself off, so I did not lose any data, at least in this one test.
So the total time was 220 minutes, with one minute pauses in between each hour to change cards. After recharging the battery the camera indicated 209 minutes remaining, so the battery is presumably already at maximum capacity.
The batteries both fit my Cannon HF20 easily with no issues. Since the are large batteries, a centimeter more of the battery protrudes from the rear of the camera, but does not impact any of my other accessories or change the feel of the camera.
I get about 3 hours of filming from each battery. Both have been charged about 6 times now with no issues.
A thing to note: Other after market batteries often would not "talk" to my Cannon camera. Cannon uses special chipsets in batteries so the camera can read how much time is remaining, etc. This battery DOES include this technology, giving you an accurate reading of how much power remains on the cameras LCD. This is a huge plus for me.
I bought the two-battery + car kit set three years ago. Three years later - one battery is still performing well (about 3 hours of powering a Canon Vixia G20 camcorder), although a very slight swelling of the cells beneath the case indicates to me that the lifetime of this unit is probably not that far off. This is down from an original performance of about 200 minutes per charge.
The second battery has pretty much lost its usability. While it will hold a charge, the amount of charge it holds has greatly diminished. When fully charged, it will indicate about 170 minutes of performance by meter. However, the charge rapidly drops and is generally used up by the 75-minute mark.
I'm not complaining - these batteries have seen a decent amount of use over the three years I've owned them. They have traveled the country with me and helped me film many a venue and scene. I'm buying a new set today and expect to get another three years of excellent performance out of them.