Sun 10-Feb-13 05:33 PM | edited Sun 10-Feb-13 05:42 PM by Mike in FL
>In Rob Galbraith's review of the SB 700 vs 900, he mentions >powergenix nizn 2500 batteries, which I've never heard of. He >says the recycle time is about a third of the Eneloops. Would >those be better than the Eneloops? It's a bit confusing >because he talks about the fact that lowering the recycle time >actually leads to the flash overheating sooner, so it's not >clear which is the better direction on batteries. >http://robgalbraith.com/bins/content_page.asp?cid=7-10058-11116
It makes sense to me that you'd get overheating earlier with the faster recycling batteries since you might shoot faster if the batteries were ready for it. The faster you shoot the more likely it seems that you'll get an overheated flash. OTOH, I'm not that electronics savvy, so I'm guessing!