Dec 23, 2011
bought a PANASONIC DMC TZ10 (aka zs7) last year and want to get a new battery (just as extra).
looking around i can see that the actual panasonic battery is price A while a uniross battery equivalent is half of A.
my gut tells me to just get the panasonic battery BUT companies like to pull this crap so u pay more for 'their' stuff.
just wondering if anyone has experience with these uniross batteries or any other 'non-official' batteries for this camera?
thanks and merry christmas!!
own a D7000 and i have a lot to learn
I have bought reliable batteries from them for years, and would recommend them. I have 2 batteries from them for my TZ-10, and they IMO preform as well as the OEM battery, and for under $12 each.
hope this helps.
Olympus E-510 DSLR with 14-42 mm & 40-150 mm Lens
Lumix FZ 150, FZ 35, FZ 50, FZ 20, FZ 3, TZ10 (ZS7) TZ5, TZ3, TZ1, FX 07, TCON 17, MCON 35, RDS, Sunpak 383, Bower SED 9260.
I bought several forTZ3 (3 batteries) TZ7 (3 batteries) and LX3 (3 batteries) from amazon uk
no problems with them
only £6.49 P&P
This is what I use in my ZS3
and it lasts longer than the battery that came with the camera. I've had it for a few years now too, and it's been very reliable. However, you should make sure you don't have the latest firmware which supposedly disables support for 3rd party batteries.