i dunno. havent tried yet. shooting my bro for his prom next tuesday (ACJC). will bring these batts to use in my sigma dg 500 super. will bring sanyo backups just in case. will give an update on its performance then.
I am trying Sony's 15 min charger. Works super fast. But I know rapid charging "kills" your batteries. But the thing here is- They are batteries! And they are meant to be used. Can't hold charge, buy new ones. Don't scrimp on these items, not worth it.
Maybe toilet paper can save. Rougher also not tt important.
That's extremely cheap...and a nice find too. They would probably work well in less demanding devices such as torchlights and perhaps the odd walkman/ transistor radio.
From my understanding, 1600 mah is a relatively small amount of energy, compared to older 2100 mah Energizer batteries and the newer hotcakes in town which are 2500 mah. I wouldn't expect it to last too long in a camera.
Wow, the last time I bought a set of 4 Fisrt Choice AA's cost me $12.90. Using it on my kids toys and still running after 3 months of usage. What more can I say. They are also OEMs from some battery amnufacturer.
Trying the Energizer batteries (2500) selling at NTUC for $17.90 instead of $25.20. Offer is until end of the month.