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How to choose a battery for a camera?
In order to select a compatible battery for a camera, one must check the model of the original battery. Where can you find this information? On the nameplate, of course, which is located directly on the product.
Replacing a battery in a camera
After buying a new battery, all that remains is to start using it. Replacing a battery is not difficult and in most cases you can do it yourself - if you have trouble you can always refer to the youtube guides.
Can the battery capacity (mAh) be larger?
The battery capacity (mAh) may be larger than the original battery. Please note that the larger the battery, the longer the lifespan of your device.
Durable and robust, top quality replacements for Canon camera batteries from Green Cell. Best quality at best price!
Canon is a brand that needs no introduction. A large number of professional photographers use Canon equipment to take unique and technically perfected photographs. However, even such cameras as Canon need to be in good working order to be able to work with them. The basis of this work is, among other things, an efficient and powerful battery.
Canon cameras work with rechargeable lithium-ion batteries, currently the most popular type of battery. They are commonly used not only in cameras but also in power tools, hybrid and electric cars and other everyday items. They are characterised by high cell density and thus high energy density. As a result, a small battery can power the camera for long hours.
Another great advantage of Canon batteries with Li-Ion technology is the lack of memory effect. This means you don't have to wait for the battery to be completely discharged before you can recharge it. You can start the process at any time without damaging the battery.
What's more, Li-Ion batteries have many protections against overheating, short-circuiting, overvoltage, vibrations and even mechanical damage. This is all thanks to a housing made from high quality materials.
The cells inside a Canon batteries produce energy through chemical reactions. The life of a lithium-ion battery is measured in number of cycles, one cycle being a full charge from a fully discharged state. In the case of Canon batteries, up to 500 cycles are possible but given the amount of use, the battery may have reached the end of its life after only 300 cycles.
After the indicated number of cycles, or about a year of using the Canon camera, the Canon batteries begin to lose their capacity. Initially, it drops to 80% of the capacity of a new battery. Then the capacity decreases regularly until the battery no longer works and can no longer be recharged.
Every professional photographer starts their preparations by checking the battery status. There's nothing worse in this profession than losing photos that are impossible to restore. A battery can fail when you least expect it, and faulty camera equipment often has serious consequences. Especially in reportage photography, when every minute counts and there's simply no time for a trip to the shop for another battery.
This is why you should not rely solely on one battery. Even if you haven't noticed a reduction in running time per charge. When it comes to powering your Canon camera, follow the "safe's always safe" principle.
Replacement Canon batteries can be considerably cheaper than the original battery and offer virtually the same specifications. However, Canon clearly warns that replacement batteries carry a risk of voiding the warranty and causing serious damage to your equipment. Given the price of photographic equipment, is this risk worth taking?
Of course it is! There's no point in overpaying for the same battery. However, the condition is that it is a high-quality replacement from a proven manufacturer, such as Green Cell.
Green Cell batteries are highly regarded among photographers. They are a faithful reproduction of the original Canon batteries, their capacity is real and they have all the necessary safety features. The manufacturer ensures complete compatibility with the equipment, so the work is exactly the same as when using the original battery.
If you're still hesitant, Green Cell batteries come with a one-year manufacturer's warranty and a one-month door-to-door guarantee.
So where can you find Green Cell batteries for cameras? At Battery Empire, of course!