batteries for digicam - which type?

  carlos 10:25 30 Jul 2003
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Would be very grateful for advice/recommendations....
got a Kodak CX6330 digicam . Came with AA non-recharge batteries( Li). Eats them. Want to get rechargeable and a recharger( not a docking station, if poss). What type and where from? Kodak offer, as far as I can see, a single 3v CRV3 Li non recharg battery ( have read vgood reviews on it v recharg tho)

  Jester2K II 10:30 30 Jul 2003

Get Nickel Metal Hydrides with the highest mAh rating possible.

You can get 4 AA plus a charger for £20 in Dixons. Make sure it says "Photo" or "High Drain Device" and get mAh of 1800 or above. The higher that numebr the longer they last.

Got 4 AA 1700mAh in my camera. Takes about 250 - 300 shots (50% with flash) before drianed.

  Jester2K II 10:31 30 Jul 2003

Also click here do cheaper deals on Charger / Battery combos.

  Jester2K II 10:33 30 Jul 2003

click here

£17.49

Plus

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  carlos 10:37 30 Jul 2003

will browse. BTW, these are NiMh, what about Li ion batteries? Any idea how they compare?
Thanks
carl

  Jester2K II 10:39 30 Jul 2003

Someone in a previous thread did point to Lithium Ion but there was another reason not to. I think they cost a lot more than NiMH. I'll try and find it.

  Jester2K II 10:42 30 Jul 2003

From click here

confab said

"Li-ion have a much better power to weight ratio than any type of commercially available battery but finding AA size can be problematic. If your main concern is battery life then Li-ion is the type to go for. ;-) "

  carlos 10:47 30 Jul 2003

thanks for that concise, informative info, Jester.And your time
carl

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