The ultimate AA battery choice for photographers

I have been using PowerEx AA batteries for a couple of years now and they are just awesome. They hold their charge for a while and even last for hours when used in flashes.

PowerEx 2700mAh NiMH Rechargeable AA Batteries

  • 30-40% more capacity than most AA batteries
  • Memory free operation for anytime charging
  • Rechargeable hundreds of times
  • 2700mAh ultra high capacity
  • Compatible with NiMH chargers
  • Size: AA
  • Voltage: 1.2V

Available at OutdoorPhotoGear.com $12.95

Maha, the company behind PowerEx even thought of the perfect charging solution for these awesome batteries.

The PowerEx MH-C801D charges eight batteries in one hour.  Outdoor Photo Gear decided to make a sweet deal by selling a package.  If you purchase the charger and a set of four PowerEx batteries they are throwing in another four pack for free.

  • Independent Charging Circuits
  • LCD Display
  • Selectable Soft and Rapid Charge Modes
  • Built-in Deep Battery Conditioning System
  • Precision Microprocessor Controlled
  • Ultra Fast Recharge Time
  • Heavy Duty International AC Adapter

Available at OutdoorPhotoGear.com $68.90

This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. I haven’t tried the PowerEx, but I DO know that the Sanyo Eneloop batteries are AWESOME for use with photographic equipment. They come pre-charged, are NiMH, charge fairly quickly, can be recharged 1000 times before any reduction of power, and almost best of all – they can stay in a charged state for up to 1 year without losing any of their charge!
    Been using them quite a while now, and they work great! Here’s a link to the page at B&H:
    http://bit.ly/eH56VC

    1. The Eneloop’s are great as well. Since writing this post I’ve picked up a few packs of those.

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