Information Article About Photo Lithium Batteries
MEGAbatteries.com is pleased to offer you this information page on the fundamentals about Photo Lithium Batteries.
You don’t have to look very far to see that most everyone around you has a camera these days. Young and old, people want to capture the events of the world around them and have jumped on the bandwagon of owning digital pocket cameras. It’s logical too! Cameras are inexpensive, can be purchased at all big box stores, online and practically in every shopping mall everywhere. Many drug stores even sell cameras.
To operate all these cameras, batteries are required and unfortunately, they don’t come included with the camera at point of purchase (unless the store is running a promotion). If you have a digital camera, you will need to buy batteries to power them. But which batteries should you buy? Good questions!
That’s what we’re here for at MEGAbatteries.com
There was a time, not that long ago, that people powered their pocket cameras with Alkaline batteries. Nothing wrong with that.
The leaders of these batteries were Duracell and Energizer. Still are in fact.
As with all consumer electronic, battery-operated products, you have a choice between buying non-rechargeable batteries (Alkaline, Lithium) and rechargeable batteries, such as NiCD, NiMH and Lithium-Ion.
When you’re searching for batteries to power your cameras, flashlights and all products that use photo lithium batteries, it helps ideally to know the name of the camera. For instance. The name of the camera maker and battery for this example is: CANON BP511 or the NB41. BP511 and NB41 are not the names of the camera. They are the names of the batteries that come in cameras they make. Now that you know the name of the brand name battery they use, you can source the EQUIVALENT battery that is not proprietary and save big $$
Photo Lithium Batteries are what are considered to be the most popular camera batteries purchased today. Photo Lithium Camera Batteries are also called the CR123A, CR2, CRV3, 2CR5, and CRP2 batteries. These are either lithium chemistry batteries (non rechargeable) or Lithium Ion (rechargeable) batteries. All are very ROBUST batteries designed to withstand the performance that will be required of them in today’s digital cameras which are considered to be HIGH-DRAIN devices. High drain means that they require a lot of power and use a lot of power.
At MEGAbatteries.com, we believe that price alone is not the only factor to weigh when it comes to choosing a battery supplier. Ultimately, they must offer accurate technical information to all who inquire. They must deliver what they say, when they say, and how they say. They must reply to all emails and phone calls in a timely way and never ever make the customer chase them. They must be flexible enough to customize large wholesale orders in various ways. They must, all in all, be the total battery solution for their valued clientele! There are lots of good deals to be had online for button batteries and for all batteries for that matter who delivers after-sales-service, before the sale service, and during the sale service.
To the right of this information article, you’ll see our in-house inventory 2CR5 Photo Lithium Batteries.
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