Discussion in 'Photography' started by mattwit2tz, Jan 27, 2008.
Eneloop or Energizer.
As far as the the not-losing-charge feature, the Eneloop is obviously better.
Capacity wise, it depends on which Energizer batteries, because the Eneloops don't have the largest capacity that exists.
Eneloop are the best however if you want the most shots Energizer AA Lithium Ion batteries are the best delivering three to four times the capacity of regular AA batteries and two to three times the capacity of Ni-Mh rechargeables. The only downside is that they are non-rechargeable and that they are not recommend for use in some devices. Consult your operating manual.
A recent study in Consumer Reports concluded that amongst disposable batteries, the Energizer Lithium Ion wind up costing least.
Even though they cost most per battery, they wind up being the cheapest per shot, being that they allow so many shots.
I myself get upwards of 600 shots on my Canon S5, many of them with flash.
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