i did, does d3000s include d3100 or are there like d3000A, not familiar with nikon cameras
You should practice reading your numbers more. It doesn't say d3000s, it says d300s. As in the D-three hundred "s." There is no d3000s. The d3000, d3100, d3200, d5000, etc all use a different battery.
Anybody have experience with this brand? Do the batteries hold a charge at all?
Yeah, they work okay. If you notice, all cameras on this list are discontinued and/or obsolete. The newer cameras aren't allowed to have batteries with exposed contacts. So if you're currently enjoying an older camera and want a spare battery, jump on this and put the savings in your upgrade piggy bank.
I did my timelapse (every 10 seconds) on my D80 with 3 seconds for LCD review, D80 original D80 battery since 2006 December can pull out 830 shots in 4 hours without even the battery indicator light blinking. My d80 is still strong at 50Ks in my shutter count after 6.5years.
But great price for a battery. if you don't need it, you don't have to get it.
Reviews on amazon from same seller are not good !
Majority of complains are that battery wouldn't hold charge for long, and the drain rate is very fast. Which is actually true for many aftermarket batteries I have tried several Canon P&S aftermarket batteries over last 10 years. These batteries are usually good for emergency purpose, like may be 50-100 shots. My original D90 battery and Canon s100 battery still going strong after 3+ years, whereas I have purchased 3 aftermarkets so far for canon just to fill in when my original is out of juice..
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