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    Default the higher the maH of Battery means ?

    The hotter it will become after usage ? Just brought a third party Digipower NB-2L battery , 7.4 V 1100 maH . Found it quite hot in my Cannon S40 compared to the orginal battery 580 maH . Just worried that it might damage my digicam or CF card , since the battery is near the CF card compartment..

    So is a 1100 maH battery ok for my digicam?
    Last edited by Butthead; 2nd May 2003 at 10:27 AM.

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    Mah means if its being drained at the value Ma, it will last 1hr. a gauge of its power... i think so. heh

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    The value should be higher is better, can last longer.

    However, recently i found a 3rd party vendor who used "false" labelling. The battery was rated 1800 mah but it was only about 500 mah, so make sure you get those 3rd party battery from reliable seller.

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    Originally posted by Shib
    The value should be higher is better, can last longer.

    However, recently i found a 3rd party vendor who used "false" labelling. The battery was rated 1800 mah but it was only about 500 mah, so make sure you get those 3rd party battery from reliable seller.
    Who is that vendor, tell me, tell me

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    I asked this question before, do a search in the forums and u can find indepth explanations on mAh ratings

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