Aftermarket batteries are just as good as OEM

Started Aug 18, 2014 | Discussions thread
griddi
griddi Veteran Member • Posts: 5,297
Lanidrac.......

Lanidrac wrote:

griddi wrote:

Lanidrac wrote:

paris1968 wrote:

I've used non-OEM batteries in the following cameras: Nikon D200, D300, D2x, D800, Sony RX100 iii, Sony RX 10, and an Olympus EM-1. I usually buy Wasabi batteries from Amazon. With the D200 and D300, sometimes the Wasabi batteries did not last as long as the OEM, but they charged just as quickly, and the cameras functioned normally. Since then, I've never had the slightest issue with Wasabi batteries: their performance and duration is indistinguishable from the OEMs that cost five time more.

Spend your money any way you want.

I think you don't own or used a few cams.

Thanks for your opinion.

I have used on my former cameras, like Panasonic G1,G2, GF1 always non OEM batteries without any problems....

Now I have the Fuji X100, Fuji X20, Leica D-LX6 for which I also using non OEM batteries without any problems, while for my Olympus E-M5 I am unable to get non OEM batteries, so have to buy Olympus OEM batteries.......

Griddi......

I can't get my head around how you can use so many cameras, Griddi.

Lanidrac.....to tell you the truth, I can, and do, see here :

I am a very impulsive person / buyer.........

the Fuji X100 has no zoom, although I still love the camera, and use it.....

the Olympus E-M5 is my camera when I want / need to use different lenses.....

the Fuji X20 I truly bought on a whim, and the camera is gathered a bit of dust.......

the Leica D-Lux6 is my very favorite camera when I want to be sort of " fancy free and light "

well, and the Panasonic LX3, I do not use that often anymore, but still love, and will never sell........

Griddi......

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