Best Rechargeable AA Batteries from albanko's blog

When a camera takes AA batteries, there is a good chance it will accept rechargeable batteries as well. Ez Battery Reconditioning Review You will have to pay more for batteries that are rechargeable, but in time you will save money. If you use regular AA batteries, in a month you can easily go through a megapack of them.

There are two main types of rechargeable batteries: NiMH (nickel-metal hydride) and NiCad (nickel cadmium). If you want the best possible performance from your batteries, you should go with the NiMH. Still, if you already have NiCad lying around in the house, you can use those as well.

If you want to use it while you're away doing business or in a vacation, you might want to consider a charger for small format batteries . The price of such a charger is around $30 and it comes with a four battery pack to get you started. Depending on the charger, some batteries will be charged quicker than others. The package of the charger should indicate how fast it works. But, if you want a battery to recharge faster, you will probably pay more for it.

The current technology makes sure that cameras deplete batteries slower than before. Still, a digital camera will consume more power than a film camera, because they have a lot of extra features. All digital cameras show a battery icon on their screen, which tells you that everything is OK when it's full and that you will run out of battery juice when they're almost empty.


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