Non Olympus Li-10b batteries for C-770

Discussion in 'Olympus' started by Wez, Feb 27, 2005.

  1. Wez

    Wez Guest

    G'day all,

    I was just wondering if any one had any experience with non olympus Li-10b
    batteries? I am looking to buy some extra batteries for my camera.

    Would they do damage to they camera?

    and can anyone explain the mAh number? I know it stands for milli amp
    hours, but does the higher the number mean the more shots you get? or should
    it be the same as the olympus battery supplied with the camera? (1090 mAh)

    Thanks for any help

    Cheers

    Wez
     
    Wez, Feb 27, 2005
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    Tzortzakakis Dimitriïs
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    1090 mAh means that the battery can supply 1090 mA (a little more than 1A)
    for an hour.Or a smaller current, for longer, of course.I have no idea what
    your camera is like, but for my Kodak the manufacturer recommends either Li
    or NiMH, but it is working perfectly up till now with ol'cheapo NiCd batts.
     
    Dimitrios Tzortzakakis, Feb 27, 2005
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    TheNewsGuy Guest

    FWIW, I purchased supplemetary batteries for my Nikon from:
    http://www.sterlingtek.com/ I have been happy with them. The much
    lower price was worth the "gamble" and I have not been disappointed.






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    TheNewsGuy, Feb 27, 2005
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  4. Wez

    Wez Guest

    Thanks for the replies.

    Can anyone recommend reputable suppliers? or is ebay a viable option?

    I am located in Australia

    Cheers

    Wez
     
    Wez, Feb 28, 2005
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