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Old Dec 19, 2006, 11:14 AM   #1
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Has anyone tried one of the after market batteries for the K10D?

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Old Dec 19, 2006, 12:05 PM   #2
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i've seen them 1750mah on ebay for about $10. you've really got to look for them..
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I have seen them too, but was wondering if anyone had used any of them. I hear the the Minolta DP-400 battery works also, but it is only 1500Mh.

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I have seen them too, but was wondering if anyone had used any of them. I hear the the Minolta DP-400 battery works also, but it is only 1500Mh.
I saw one of those in the local camera shop yesterday, and it is the right size and shape.

I didn't pick one up, but I might when I go back later this week to pick up some filters (and MAYBE a new camera bag).

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Using a KM NP-400 replacement one by Albinar. Although it states 1400 mAh I have not noticed any remarkable difference during 3 swaps between Pentax/Albinar ones, both last great :-)

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