Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by Waddup you?, Dec 26, 2009.
buying batteries for the flash is getting more costly than it should be...
I still need some of these... haha.
I've probably wasted thousands on batteries by now.
I got them, never looked back. I keep alkalines as spares but rarely have to use them. Eneloops hold their charge well.
I got my eneloops on eBay, 8pk for $24shipped.
just in case it wasn't clear enough...
thanks for the suggestions. it didnt really sink in until girth stepped up
i use these
gonna have to try eneloops.
i usually jsut buy that big ass 48-pack of AAs from costco for $10
Save the planet, dick.
I asked for eneloops for christmas
Didn't get them
Instead I got a cheap ass Chicago Electric Battery Charger, but no rechargable batteries
Gotta love the parental tries though When they had me send a list of what I was asking for they read it and had the face, like.. What is half of this stuff
So you have a charger, buy some eneloops and be done with it
Costco usually sells Eneloops too. Got mine there
eneloop like mentioned......but I also love Powerex. someone did a test with their kid for a science experiment on POTN.
powerex and eneloop were the top ones
another vote for eneloops, but i have some energizer rechargeables too, they just don't last as long.
I bought a 12-pack of Chinese made 2500mAh NiMH batteries for $8.xx shipped from eBay.
I had a couple bad ones, but the good ones are doing just fine.
I use energizer rechargeables. Eneloops charge holding ability isn't really important to me since batteries get topped off before a client job anyway.
I tried using Sony 2500amh rechargeables and they suck donkey nuts They would lose their charge in no time in my dad's SX110 or my speedlites.
I got some Eneloops and they hold a great charge.
i have 16 sony 2500's i bought like 2 years ago. i used them originally in my P&S that took 4 AA's
they still work great. i can take easily 100 pics with flash. haven't pushed them to their limit yet
I hopped on board the Eneloop train, love them!
some lexmark or whatever 2400mah