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you want to get yourself one of those big lithium ion jobbies on a strap round your neck david

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Blimey, I've never taken spare batts out with me. On a full charge I can use the camera solid for 2 days without any problems (that includes downloads to pc direct from camera).

 

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you want to get yourself one of those big lithium ion jobbies on a strap round your neck david

 

Jon,

 

I have a Quantum Turbo for the flash too, it plugs into the gun to speed up the recycling time, also extends the battery life. It's 12 volts and like a small car battery on my belt.

 

David


I've been to Scrabster... and I want to go back!!!

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i have AA 2500's but strangley the rechargables double battery that comes with the fuji cradle (sold seperatly) is 1900 mA it has a lesser capacity than the 2300's that came with the camera :blink: trouble is if you use the cradle you must use its dedicated battery :rolleyes:

whilst rechargebles have always shown the capacity of the battery ordinary ones dont so we have to believe a certain brand lasts longer (infact costwise they dont ) because they dont actually show its capacity (nor any others on the market) to compare to another :angry:

i have 4 spare 2500's for the camera but even the supplied batteries have allowed me to fill a 512 Mb card without changing ,i feel sorry for camera users with those strange and expensive batteries :(

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