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Hi I got a Canon PowerShot A60 which is costing me a fortune in batteries. I take a few photos, then the next day when I want to use it, it tells me to change the batteries Anybody with the same problem? Thanx...

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    Hi
    I got a Canon PowerShot A60 which is costing me a fortune in batteries.
    I take a few photos, then the next day when I want to use it, it tells me to
    change the batteries
    Anybody with the same problem?
    Thanx


    joe Guest

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    joe wrote:
    > Thanx Joseph
    > I am a first timer with a digital camera,
    > but I wasn't prepared for the batteries cost,
    > so I think I'll buy a good charger

    The AA sizes now come in capacities of over 1800 milliamphours. (mah)
    They seem pretty good. Don't buy no name communist Chinese ones.



    mike

    mike II Guest

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    mike II wrote:
    > joe wrote:
    >
    >> Thanx Joseph
    >> I am a first timer with a digital camera,
    >> but I wasn't prepared for the batteries cost,
    >> so I think I'll buy a good charger
    >
    >
    >
    > The AA sizes now come in capacities of over 1800 milliamphours. (mah)
    > They seem pretty good. Don't buy no name communist Chinese ones.
    >
    >
    >
    > mike
    >
    According to an ad in QST, a ham radio magazine, MAHA has the following:

    MH-C204F Kit 1 smart charger with eight (8) 2200mAh NiMH cells, 1 AC
    adapter, 1 car charger, two battery carrying cases. $49.95US

    MH-C401FS Kit 1 100 minute cool charger with 4 2200 mAh NiMH cells, one
    AC adapter, i car charger, 1 battery carrying case $49.95US

    [url]http://ham.mahaenergy.com[/url]


    Bob


    Bob Sull Guest

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    "mike II" <owlslook.ca> wrote in message
    news:vh37pvp62q8c9bcorp.supernews.com...
    > The AA sizes now come in capacities of over 1800 milliamphours. (mah)
    > They seem pretty good. Don't buy no name communist Chinese ones.
    > mike
    >
    The problem with the no-name brands is that they are poorly made. Often, the
    plastic covering shrinks and then must be removed. That leaves you with the
    metal casing exposed. Others simply don't hold a charge as long.

    That was my personal experience.




    Mike Elek Guest

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