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DV-9300 Dec 13, 2006 7:59 PM

Hello everybody!:cool:

Tell me, where can I go on the internet to buy batteries for my Mustek DV-9300 camcorder for a cheap price?

fishycomics Dec 14, 2006 9:40 AM

T- Dv9300

are they Np-60 there should be a battery part number

if not you'l go to BB (bestbuy) match up, and go online to Ebay 1 cent shipping a few bucks

DV-9300 Dec 14, 2006 12:09 PM

Thanks buddy! I was not sure, glad to have an expert guide me in the right direction.

Old HACer Dec 14, 2006 5:12 PM

When you're looking for NP-60 batteries, also look for NP-120's. The NP-120 is a 1600-1800 mAH battery vs. the NP-60 at 1000-1200 mAH. The NP-120 is thicker than the NP-60, but there is room under the 9300's domed battery cover for the NP-120.

DV-9300 Dec 15, 2006 10:57 AM

Thanks Old Hacer, thats going to be really helpful! There is nothing wrong with my current battery its just I need another one ready at the go when this one dies. More recording time hehe. Its been 6 months since I last spoke with you, how is your dv-9300 holding up? How much video and pictures have you taken?:|

Old HACer Dec 15, 2006 3:56 PM

Nice pictures and videos!

In search of slightly better videos and stills, I bought a Digilife DDV-1000. So the DV-9300 is in a box on a closet shelf at the moment. Most of my stuff is of co-workers at parties and family at family events.

sgspirit Dec 15, 2006 11:09 PM

Despite what I may have said in the past, I've been disappointed at the performance of the cheapo batteries I've bought off eBay. And even the $15 ones. They seem fine at first, but soon hold only a half charge even if freshly charged. Left sit for a few days, they go dead. This can be a problem if you're in a situation where you can't charge batteries but think you have a good stock of charged ones.

I bought a battery from this place, and it seems as good, or almost as good as an oem battery:

Not cheap, but far less than an oem battery. Fast, reliable service also.

fishycomics Dec 16, 2006 9:15 AM

holiday times will drop prices at

as Sg says

no matterwhat battery it is inarechargable it'll go dry. why. recharging that's why

lithium store bought non-rechargables will last you. so again no matterwhat battery it is it'll need to be on a trickle till used.

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