Lithium ION battery assistance needed..


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dreaming

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Hi,
using the FujiFilm battery Lithium ION battery pack. NP40, 3.6V, 750mAh.

this battery finishes real fast.

what other Lithium ION can I use? price?

Thanks very much.. :)
 

spazzer

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Hi,
using the FujiFilm battery Lithium ION battery pack. NP40, 3.6V, 750mAh.

this battery finishes real fast.

what other Lithium ION can I use? price?

Thanks very much.. :)
u meant third pt brand?try eastgear
 

dreaming

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thanks, what shall i look out for?

NP? or 3.6V or higher mAh?
 

viewwing

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Hi,
using the FujiFilm battery Lithium ION battery pack. NP40, 3.6V, 750mAh.

this battery finishes real fast.

what other Lithium ION can I use? price?

Thanks very much.. :)
bro, u didn't state how "old" is the battery... if its been more than 3 years... then maybe its about time to get a new one... same one also can...

if its new and u want a longer lasting one... get one with a higher mAH. And its always ur own choice to use third party batteries. :think:
 

dreaming

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battery abt a 2-3 years already

ok, will look for the east gear battery. thanks

higher mAH, how high huh?
 

viewwing

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as high as possible if you're look for longer time... but 2-3 years... i think the battery more or less has already "done its job". if u buy back the same one also will be more lasting than this.:bsmilie:
 

dreaming

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as high as possible if you're look for longer time... but 2-3 years... i think the battery more or less has already "done its job". if u buy back the same one also will be more lasting than this.:bsmilie:
ok.. thanks

so it will be east gear battery with higher mAH.. ;)
 

viewwing

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well... like most people would say... its your choice to use 3rd party batteries.

My advise would be for u to find out more about the battery u wanna buy. See how safe is it. although lithium does have its own vent valve. lithium by itself is still combustible... the last thing anyone would want is for the camera to blow up when u're using it :)

read some review or something for the battery before committing the buy :) :thumbsup:
 

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