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Yet another batter question


Jackson, US
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M_Jackson Silver Member Nikonian since 29th Oct 2005
Fri 04-Jul-08 06:34 PM

Sorry if this is redundant, but I don't see the answer in some of the previous posts.

The Eneloop batteries are rated at 2000 mAh. I see others offered at 2700 mAh and a photographer recently told me 2900 mAh batteries are now available. What would be the advantages or disadvantes of each in relation to using them in a SB-800, SB-600 or in a D300? If you were planning on buying a new batch of batteries, what would you buy?

I am already in the habit of using freshly charged batteries on a daily shoot. Maybe 85% charge life after a year might be an asset, I don't see it being critical to me.

Thanks in advance,

M. Jackson
Jackson Hole, WY

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