Storing batteries!


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fiery

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Yeah, I store them together with my other stuffs in the air tight box and silica gel.
 

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good luck if the batteries ever leak while inside an airtight container with your precious camera equipment.
 

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Originally posted by erwinx
good luck if the batteries ever leak while inside an airtight container with your precious camera equipment.
Correct me if I am wrong --- but NiMH and Li-on batteries (which most cameras use) don't leak, since there's no liquids/electrolytes in them?
 

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Originally posted by ckhaos


Correct me if I am wrong --- but NiMH and Li-on batteries (which most cameras use) don't leak, since there's no liquids/electrolytes in them?
try first, then you know.;)

if you don't believe, well, readthis
 

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Originally posted by ckhaos


Correct me if I am wrong --- but NiMH and Li-on batteries (which most cameras use) don't leak, since there's no liquids/electrolytes in them?
what makes you think so?
 

fiery

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Wah lao eh, troublesome sia. :confused:
When will there be cheap digicam batteries that dont leak?

I know some experienced Ni-MH leakage, anyone experienced Li-Ion batteries leakage? I thought storing my batteries in RH 50% is good for them, but I think I will take them out, just in case. :)
 

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