Canon BG-ED3 batteries in D30 or D60

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by Steve Hilmy, Jul 12, 2003.

  1. Steve Hilmy

    Steve Hilmy Guest

    Does anyone use third party batteries with the Canon BG-ED3 grip on
    either the D30 or D60 cameras? I have only Canon branded batteries and
    would like to get a few extra sets but not for $50 each unless I
    really have to do so!
    Steve Hilmy, Jul 12, 2003
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  2. Steve Hilmy

    Don Coon Guest

    You missed this entire thread?

    I bought a Lenmar one and after 4 -5 cycles it is yet to out last the canon
    one, I realise that it may take a few cycles to reach full capacity but I
    question it's claimed capacity. Still for $12 or so I'm not complaning,
    check out the canon replacement part!

    Don Coon, Jul 12, 2003
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  3. Steve Hilmy

    Mark M Guest

    I have compared the new battery that came with my 10D (and withmy
    now-destroyed D30) with the third party battery by Power-2000 (available at
    B&H). It is significantly longer lasting, though I've forgotten the
    figures. I believe the rating was 1500 vs. 1100 for the Canon, but it might
    have been 1400.
    Either's far better for significantly less $$. It was $34.95, and
    I wish I had ordered several more from the beginning.

    -I'll not buy another Canon battery for the 10D.
    Mark M, Jul 13, 2003
  4. Steve Hilmy

    Mark M Guest

    Again... Yes.
    Power-2000 1500 mah batteries from B&H.
    Mark M, Jul 13, 2003
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