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Old 02-22-2004, 04:12 PM   #1
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I want to buy rechargable batteries for my Fuji A210 digital camera but have a question. you can buy rechargable batteries/charger from Fuji for around $60, or I can get one on Ebay for $20. The one from Fuji uses NH-10 battieries, and the one on Ebay uses NiMH batteries. My question is if the charger from ebay would work ok? The camera says 3v on the bottom of it, but all the batteries I have found that are rechargable are 1.25 volts each, or 2.5 volts with two, while the alkaline batteries are 3v, which the camera says it uses. What do you think?
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Always use the correct voltage.
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so are the NH-10 batteries 1.5 volts? I can't find any rechargables that are 1.5. The manual says to use NiMH batteries, but the NiMH batteries are all 1.25 volts.
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Lovely isn't it? You know where to get a 4.3V for my Canon A70?
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ever notice thats how they get you, you have to buy there "special" equipment, my nimh batterys are 1.2v an 1800mah the mah is just how long they last though in my understanding
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My camera uses plain old AA'*. A LOT of plain old AA'*....

I need to get a power supply and rechargables too.
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I've been using Rayovac rechargeable Nickel Metal Hydroxide in my Fuji MX-1200 for a few years now without problem. They are rated 1.2 v, 1300 mAh. They are AA'* batteries. The bottom of camera specifies 5.0 volts, the camera requires 4 batteries. The 1300 mAh is just the capacity rating of the battery.
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