GENIUS G SHOT DV5133

  bfo 11:34 16 Mar 2008
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Why does this camera appear not to take rechargeable AA batteries please?

RB

  hssutton 19:32 17 Mar 2008

Ok, why should it?

I think all DSLRs use dedicated lithium batteries because they are the best solution for these power hungry cameras.

Would you prefer 750 shots per charge or possibly 100?

  bfo 09:02 18 Mar 2008

HS

Thanks.
Was that no they won't but Lithium will give 750 shots v 100 with normal battery?

BFO

  anchor 10:54 18 Mar 2008

hssutton: This is not a DSLR, but a low cost movie camera that also takes stills.

click here

I have no idea whether it will take rechargeable AA NiMh or Li batteries; you could try it and see.

  hssutton 15:50 18 Mar 2008

I just followed the "camera" link in the first post which takes you to a DSLR.

Checking the GENIUS G SHOT DV5133 shows that Power is supplied via two AA alkaline batteries (supplied) I would have thought the two alkalines could be replaced by two rechargable AAs

  hssutton 15:50 18 Mar 2008

I just followed the "camera" link in the first post which takes you to a DSLR.

Checking the GENIUS G SHOT DV5133 shows that Power is supplied via two AA alkaline batteries (supplied) I would have thought the two alkalines could be replaced by two rechargable AAs

  anchor 16:44 18 Mar 2008

"I would have thought the two alkalines could be replaced by two rechargeable AA`s"

Yes, so would I; especially if they are the high capacity NiMh ones; something like this;

click here

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