NIKON EN-EL3 E BATTERY (25334)
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EN-EL3e Li-ion Rechargeable Battery for Nikon dslr cameras. Keeping an extra battery on hands helps to ensure that you'll always be prepared to capture the pictures you would like most. and, while Li-ion rechargeable batteries are less vulnerable to recharge "memory," while using normal complete control of one battery before recharging will better ensure optimum rechargeable battery existence. A freshly billed spare battery enables this and provides uninterrupted photography.
Nikon D50, D70, D70s, D100, D200 Dslr Cameras. May be used with MB-D200 Multi Power Battery Power.
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Product dimensions: 2.2 x 1.6 x.8 inches ; 8 ounces
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Item model no .: 25334
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Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars See all reviews (547 testimonials)
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Date first offered at world wide web.21pw.com: October 2, 2001
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84 of 84 people found the following review helpful
Should you possess a Nikon DSLR have this battery. By Roger J. Buffington TOP 500 REVIEWER VINE VOICE on August 13, 2006
This battery is backwards suitable for the D50, D70/70s, and can be used within the D80 and D200. If you have Nikon DSLR and desire a second battery, you need to have this one to ensure that whenever you change your camera you should use battery.
This battery has generated-in circuitry that informs the actual charge status from the battery, and it's accurate. This can be a problem *if you work with the D200 or D80* it informs you whenever your really need to switch batteries or replenish. This is actually the first battery I have observed that is accurate in connection with this. Kudos to Nikon. (This selection doesn't work within the D50/70/70s but battery otherwise works fine).2 Comments Was this review useful for you? Yes No Delivering feedback...
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Negative reviews show lack of knowledge... By CJS on June 1, 2006 To start with, if you are searching only at that battery, you may have a D200. If That's The Case, you've got no choice within the matter. Be it 1 star or 5, if you do not buy this battery you've got a $1,700 paperweight (You will find, I am the proud who owns a D200 in non-paperweight mode).
second, battery isn't what's to blame here. The D200 is definitely an energy monster. It sucks these poor little guys dry just like a starved man in a all-you-can-eat. (This is actually the cost from the incredible functionality provided by the D200. If you would like longer bettery existence, you will need to quit A lot of what helps make the D200 the powerhouse it's.) The EL3e performs wonderfullly within the D70/50, providing slightly longer life than the recalled EL3a (the 3rd contact around the EL3e is perfect for the D200 only. The 70 & 50 both neglected).
Main point here: There's no problem with this particular battery. For those who have a D70 or D50, buy using the assurance it will require many, many shots on one charge. For those who have a D200, buy as you have to then understand that *you* figure out how lengthy battery lives. A VR lens will cut a previously "short" battery existence much more. so, you are able to complain concerning the battery to be the issue or even the D200 to be the issue. Just the latter is true. If you would like lengthy battery existence, return to the D70.
Personal rant: The D200 may be worth the lower battery existence in a lot of ways in which I am really annoyed with individuals that complain relating to this. Sure, battery could keep going longer, but why hold on there? I would like 20Mp, ISO speeds to 3200 without any noise whatsoever, a ten-400mm VR lens tack sharp whatsoever apertures with f/1.4 throughout. But guess what happens? not gonna happen. The D200 provides Much more capacity than what you actually paid for (just ask D2X users), so stop whining about short battery existence. Read more › 12 Comments Was this review useful for you? Yes No Delivering feedback... Appreciate your feedback.If the review is inappropriate, Please tell us. Sorry, we unsuccessful to record your election. Please try again 54 of 54 people found the following review helpful its a battery
by Eric C. Ratkowski on August 21, 2006 The brand new Nikon EN-EL3e battery is really a slight update for that Nikon EN-EL3 supplied with earlier dSLR models like the D70. It adds a message that enables new cameras to find out just how much charge remains within the battery. Battery is gray to differentiate it in the black EN-EL3.
The EN-EL3e is backwards suitable for the EN-EL3: place it inside your D70 or D50. Overturn isn't true.
The amount of pictures the battery provides you with depends upon lots of factors, including shooting style, LCD usage, and Obviously, Camera. (the two.5" LCD around the D200 uses in the battery much faster compared to smaller sized D70.) It's sufficient for any day's shooting. Unless of course you use a D200 in certain professional capacity, by which situation, you'll most likely be purchasing a minumum of one backup battery.Comment Was this review useful for you? Yes No Delivering feedback... Appreciate your feedback.If the review is inappropriate, Please tell us. Sorry, we unsuccessful to record your election. Please try again 47 of 48 people found the following review helpful Buy this, not an off-brand battery
By Doug Grain on December 31, 2006 The question for you is whether or not to purchase the Nikon brand battery instead of certainly one of its cheaper competitors. The solution is available in a double edged sword. First, do Nikon brand batteries get the job done well, and, second, are independent-brand batteries an expense-effective alternative?
When it comes to effectivness from the Nikon batteries, I've been with them within my Nikon D70 for more than a year. I have a backup but have rarely had for doing things. The batteries have labored flawlessly all of this time. I continued a 7-day climbing trip without getting to alter. The only real time I ever ran lower battery power in a single session was using flash to shoot all of the recipients in a large awards banquet.
Because these batteries aren't cheap, you might be enticed by attractive prices on off-brand batteries with output claims: "1700 mAh!" beyond those of the Nikon battery. This enhances the second question, would be the Nikon batteries well worth the extra cash or would an off brand be useful? The reply is obvious. With a few products, off brands will work about too for a lot less cash. But this isn't the situation with lithium-ion batteries.
To begin with, the off-brand's performance claims are exaggerated. Direct comparisons reveal that, despite their more sensible claims, brand rechargable batteries really outperforms their imitators.
more to the point, the off brands place your camera in danger. If your Nikon brand battery would damage the digital camera, Nikon would replace both. Using the off-brand, you'd be at a complete loss. This isn't an idle "what if." Lithium-ion batteries are harmful if something wrong happens. The batteries (really battery pack) are filled with safety circuits and other measures that's the reason they're costly. Read more › 1 Comment Was this review useful for you? Yes No Delivering feedback... Appreciate your feedback.If the review is inappropriate, Please tell us. Sorry, we unsuccessful to record your election. Please try again 19 of 20 people found the following review helpful No complaints from me!
By George on June 27, 2006 This review is from general observations. I lately selected up a D200 to exchange my D70. Earlier this weekend I required the photos in my sister's wedding. I shot with full functionality using LCD review for each shot and was while using Nikon 18-200 VR lens. During the period of the marriage and reception I required 295 photos in Fine JPEG mode and reviewed them while shooting. In the finish from the mid-day, I still had battery existence left and most likely might have taken 100 more photos. Because of the features and capacity from the D200, I've simply no problem with that lots of photos. I'll get another battery for any support when someone has some available.
And That I couldn't agree more using the previous reviewer. If you don't have personal expertise with this particular product, there's you don't need to make an effort to evaluate it according to hearsay or something like that you may have read elsewhere.Comment Was this review useful for you? Yes No Delivering feedback... Appreciate your feedback.If the review is inappropriate, Please tell us. Sorry, we unsuccessful to record your election. Please try again See all 547