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  • Fully compatible with the following Nikon cameras: CoolPix 3700, 4200, 5200, 7900, S10; P Series: 3, 4, 80, 90, 100, 500, 510, 520, 530, 5000, 5100, 6000
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Add-on Item: Ships with any qualifying order over $25.
  • Lithium-ion rechargeable battery replaces Nikon camera battery (EN-EL5)—or can be used as a spare
  • 3.7 V, 1200 mAh (4.44 Wh) capacity allows for a long run-time on a single charge
  • Fully compatible with the following Nikon cameras: CoolPix 3700, 4200, 5200, 7900, S10; P Series: 3, 4, 80, 90, 100, 500, 510, 520, 530, 5000, 5100, 6000
  • Manufactured with Japanese cells to help ensure maximum battery life
  • Backed by an AmazonBasics limited one-year warranty

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Fully compatible with the following Nikon cameras: CoolPix 3700, 4200, 5200, 7900, S10; P Series: 3, 4, 80, 90, 100, 500, 510, 520, 530, 5000, 5100, 6000

Nonetheless a great deal if you have a camera listed above (which, unfortunately, I don't).
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Great find! Too bad it isn't the one I need.
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Left some important information...

Fully compatible with the following Nikon cameras: CoolPix 3700, 4200, 5200, 7900, S10; P Series: 3, 4, 80, 90, 100, 500, 510, 520, 530, 5000, 5100, 6000

Nonetheless a great deal if you have a camera listed above (which, unfortunately, I don't).
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Anything for Canon G9x ?
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I thought Nikon with one of the firmware upgrade stopped allowing 3rd party batteries for the DSLR cameras. Thanks for the deal but users please check before buying.
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I thought Nikon with one of the firmware upgrade stopped allowing 3rd party batteries for the DSLR cameras. Thanks for the deal but users please check before buying.
I'm pretty sure none of the cameras that use this battery, are DSLR's. They're all from the coolpix range.
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I'm pretty sure none of the cameras that use this battery, are DSLR's. They're all from the coolpix range.
Correct. You'd need something like the EL9 or EL14 depending on camera model.
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Ordered 3 for P310. Wife never turns off camera on trips. First take 100 pics of flowers then view them 12 times. Thanks!
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How many of these would I need to make my own powerwall?
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Great deal. Limit 3
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I thought Nikon with one of the firmware upgrade stopped allowing 3rd party batteries for the DSLR cameras. Thanks for the deal but users please check before buying.
This is pretty small battery--I would be very surprised if it worked in any DSLR.
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These are cheaper than Samsung, or Sanyo 18650 batteries.
The question I have is if they are capable of high discharge, and how I would charge 3 sets parallel of 10 in series?
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How many of these would I need to make my own powerwall?
3041

A powerwall has 13500 wH capacity and these batteries are 4.44wH. 13500/4.44 = 3040.54. At this price, that's only $4254!

That would be a 3.7V powerwall though, you'd need about 14 of those banks to get you to the 50V a powerwall is at, putting you close to $60,000 and 42,600 batteries.
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