Ion Rechargeable Battery

Ion Rechargeable Battery
is the best way to have a camera that takes AA batteries or a rechargeable NB-4L Li-Ion Rechargeable Battery?

Most batteries NiMH rechargeable batteries lose charge and must be recharged when not in use after two weeks, but the new formula Duracell 2000mAh NiMH batteries are under a year when no used. In addition, 2000mAh batteries seem to have a longer life. Did not like at first, but with 12 of these batteries more than five years and all remain as good as new. Higher mAh about half still work well in flashlights, but not activate my camera. The following link refers to the extension life lithium battery that lasts two to three years, but they are very expensive. A Sony G Series Lithium-ion rechargeable battery is 960mAh $ 49.88 at Walmart. http://www.batteryuniversity.com/parttwo-34.htm … A friend asked me to clean and load your new Duracell 2000mAh batteries as described in the last link. These Batteries are still going strong after four months of normal use and have not been charged. Camera reports batteries low, but low charge or bad electrical contacts? Overcharging can ruin good batteries! The secret to making a better job of Digital Cameras is having good electrical contacts between batteries and camera. Click this link for complete instructions on cleaning the camera and battery electrical contacts. http://www.google.com/base/a/4210404/D13701973093918363271 Digital cameras require lots of energy. Bad electrical contacts can cause many problems for the battery and camera contacts must be cleaned properly. The batteries can be fully charged, but the camera will indicate "low" if the contacts are not really good. The LCD is a low constant load, but when lens extension, optical zoom, focus and flash charging are added in the capture mode, the load is too heavy. Bad contacts make cameras do things strange, like making bad pictures or shutting off the target. CAUTION Do not overload! Batteries can be damaged. Use an automatic two or more hours Energizer Compact smart charger with temperature monitor, trickle-charge technology, and the safety timer ($ 9.76) at Walmart. Use preloaded 2000mAh Duracell ($ 12.97) or Rayovac ($ 5.97) batteries (both freight are one year) and a full charge cycle. To preserve battery power, use the viewfinder. Batteries NiMH batteries must be recharged when the camera reports of casualties. Used batteries can discharge over night, but may provide normal service immediately after being charged. The battery is no longer usable in the cameras can work well in flashlights pairs. Do not drop or allow the battery voltage below one volt. CAUTION To avoid damaging the memory card, keep the batteries charged and not delete. Wait for the lights to stop blinking then turn the camera off before removing memory. For card readers, double-click safely remove hardware. Select, then click Stop and OK. Never touch the ends of the battery or the camera electrical contacts. Oil from fingers can contaminate the contacts. Use batteries with partners of the same brand and features. Do not mix new and old. New only will, as well as old. Digital cameras back to the original settings if batteries are removed for one minute. The time varies with the function / camera. Check screen / setup menu for non-auto functions and date / time. Remove extra memory to eliminate this as a potential problem. Fully insert charged batteries and clean up and restart the camera. The last repair is not fit to the software they use the devices are reset by removing power … VCR / DVD in a month. Click this link for other camera tips and complete instructions on cleaning the camera and battery electrical contacts. http://www.google.com/base/a/4210404/D13701973093918363271

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New PENTAX Rechargeable lithium-ion battery D-LI50 39580 F/S


New PENTAX Rechargeable lithium-ion battery D-LI50 39580 F/S


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