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Kits Camera
(253) 638-0132
Covington Place 27111 167th Place S.E. Suite 101
Covington, WA
 
Radio Shack
(253) 333-1459
1101 Supermall Way
Auburn, WA
 
Imagecraft Industries
(253) 804-8001
3702 W Valley Hwy N Ste 312
Auburn, WA
 
Video Blue Inc
(253) 839-2675
29100 Pacific Hwy S Ste 9
Federal Way, WA
 
Audio Systems Licona
(253) 315-5807
35405 26th Pl S
Federal Way, WA
 
Cameras West
(206) 575-1775
Cameras West 17420 South Center Parkway
Tukwila, WA
 
Powell Electronics
(253) 874-2215
720 S 333rd St Ste 103
Federal Way, WA
 
Gamestop
(253) 833-2993
1118 Supermall Way Ste 104
Auburn, WA
 
Daiso
(253) 839-1129
2031 S Commons
Federal Way, WA
 
Pc Trades
(253) 661-1083
30012 24th Ave Sw
Federal Way, WA
 

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Portable Power

What to know about camera batteries for maximum performance


AnsmannThese days, all digital SLR cameras, high-end zooms and many compact cameras use dedicated Li-Ion batteries. These cells are typically black or neutral gray and shaped like either a flat matchbox or something that resembles two short, chubby AA cells fused together. Li-Ion is the battery technology of choice for several reasons. It's environmentally friendly, has no performance-robbing memory (capable of enduring repeated recharging cycles without diminishing its rated capacity) and can deliver hundreds of shots on a single charge. Li-Ion charges to full power quickly and retains its charge for extended periods. Lithium is the lightest metal known to man, and lithium batteries are correspondingly compact and light in weight.

If your camera uses lithium-ion, buy at least one backup cell and keep it charged. Nothing is more maddening than a shooting session that's interrupted by a dead battery. Carry an extra charged battery in your gadget bag and you'll never have to deal with that aggravation. When not in the camera, keep extra cells in their original containers or a plastic bag to protect the electrical contacts.

When shopping for additional proprietary batteries, keep in mind that you don't have to buy a battery with the same brand as your camera. Most camera manufacturers aren't Li-Ion battery manufacturers, which means that they buy their batteries from a third party. In many cases, these third-party, OEM suppliers are also fabricating batteries for the private-label brands. This is one of the few product categories in which you can save money and still get top quality at the same time. Brands like Lenmar and Delkin have been providing rechargeable alternatives for manufacturers' prime digital camera and camcorder batteries for years.

Some major retailers, including Adorama, offer their own line of replacement batteries. The cost savings can be substantial-sometimes enough that you can own two private-label batteries for the price of one of the camera maker's cells. For example, if you own a Canon EOS 10D, you can buy an Adorama replacement battery (BP-511) for just $19.95, while the original Canon version has a street price of $50.

If you're not sure which Li-Ion battery your camera requires, check out Delkin's website ( www.delkin.com ). Delkin provides a terrific "battery finder" database as well as a full line of reasonably priced lithium-ion replacement batteries and eFilm rechargeable cells in various sizes.

Resources
Adorama (800) 223-2500 www.adorama.com
Ansmann (HP Marketing Corp.) (800) 735-4373 www.hpmarketingcorp.com
Delkin (800) 637-8087 www.delkin.com
Energizer (800) 383-7323 www.energizer.com
Kodak (800) 235-6325 www.kodak.com
Lenmar (800) 424-2703 www.lenmar.com
Maha Energy (800) 376-9992 www.mahaenergy.com
Panasonic (800) 211-PANA www.panasonic.c...

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