Nikon 1900 mAh Lithium Ion Rechargeable Battery for D800/D600/D7100/D7000

May 5, 2018 - Comment

Nikon EN-EL15 Rechargeable Li-Ion Battery For D7000 V1 D800 Product Features Compact rechargeable lithium-ion battery High capacity for long operating life (7.0V 1900 mAh) Consistent power, even in colder conditions Check Out More Nikon Gear Nikon D5100 Digital SLR Camera with 18-55mm VR Lens Kit (16.2MP) 3 inch LCD (Renewed) 4.5 out of 5 stars(47)

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Nikon EN-EL15 Rechargeable Li-Ion Battery For D7000 V1 D800

Product Features

  • Compact rechargeable lithium-ion battery
  • High capacity for long operating life (7.0V 1900 mAh)
  • Consistent power, even in colder conditions

Comments

Concretecow says:

Original Nikon Battery I bought this from Amazon despite there being other cheaper options on offer. My reasoning is that in the event of being sold a pup, I think I would have a better chance of recovering my money. I won’t use cheap Lithium ion batteries due to the danger of fire during charging.The battery arrived in original Nikon packaging stating “cell made on Japan, pack assembled in China”. So far, so good. Both the box and battery have authentic hologram stickers, bearing the Nikon…

Cliff says:

Suspected Fake I’ve never had a Nikon battery deplete so quickly as this one. I’ve used this in the (Nikon) battery grip of my D7000. It tends to be nearly drained after a day’s shooting out in the Lake District (where I live.) I noticed that after say 10 outings, it tended to drain noticeably quicker, than when new. I initially put this down to shooting out in low winter temperatures.By chance I checked the in-camera battery usage facilty, and it showed that this battery had gone from battery age…

Amazon Customer says:

Old stock and / or fake nikon – doesn’t hold charge properly. Lasted about 12% of the genuine battery that came in my D750. I used this one from Amazon in my MB-D16 battery grip and you can see in the attached image the difference in charge to the genuine battery which has taken 232 photos and still has 82% charge left compared to this one which died after 161 images.Appears to be a genuine battery in correct packaging but I notice it was manufactured in 2012 (purchased by me in December 2016) so it might be genuine but just old stock that doesn’t…

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