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Old Nov 26, 2004, 7:42 PM   #1
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I want to get 2 extra battery's for my fz 20..any help on the best battery for the buck...

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Old Nov 26, 2004, 7:55 PM   #2
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Willow

I got my extra battery at overstock. It has a bit more power than the original,

and so far I'm happy with it.

http://www.overstock.com/cgi-bin/d2....19490&fp=F

We just returned from a visit to Arizona, and we went to Sedona, Grand Canyon etc...

I took over 800 pictures in two days. I have 2 batteries and it worked out fine. Didn't even come close to using up the second battery on either day.

Hope this helps

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Old Nov 26, 2004, 8:30 PM   #3
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willow,

Battery Barn also has an excellent replacement battery. I bought one from them and it was easy and fast. Seems to last about for about 300 pics, using the EVF. I have included the URL

http://www.Batterybarn.com/cgas002.htm

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your the man smac!!!

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You can also get some pretty good deals on ebay. I picked up a 750mAh battery for $15.95, it seems to work just fine, and the factory charger that came with my camera charges it perfectly. It's got a bit more capacity than the original battery, and it's a lot cheaper. You can also get 800mAh batteries for around $20 from TigerDirect.com.
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Take a look at the sticky thread "Questions About filters" and you will see my setup with the DSP 9000. I use it as a handle instead of the battery being out of the way.

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