What is the best camera flash with rechargeable battery (not AA) for Nikon DSLR?

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Mdayonline Junior Member • Posts: 32
Re: Eneloop

ianz28 wrote:

cybersnap wrote:

NickZ2016 wrote:

I have some older Eneloops are they're great. Lately they've been hard to come by. I bought my set in part to get the nice four battery charger to use when I travel.

The question usually comes down to use case. Most amateurs could just buy a big box of Amazon Nihms and swap them during the day. It's not like the difference will be that great.

I wrote in this forum to know if rechargeable AA batteries are suitable for occasional use like mine (a whole morning once in a while) or you have to buy them every time.
If so, I think I'm better off with the supplied battery from one of those camera flashes I mentioned earlier.
So the experience of users who have used the latter option is essential.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00JHKSL1O?ref=nb_sb_ss_w_as-ypp-ro-model_ypp_ro_model_k5_1_7&amp=undefined&crid=2KMNG7B9KZ92P&sprefix=eneloop&th=1

I've been using Panasonic Eneloops for probably 10 years. One of the great things about these batteries is that they cycle quickly and hold their charge for a long time. They also last for many years depending on your usage.

The bigger problem I have is that I'll forget a set somewhere or lose the charger. Any Ni-MH charger will work of course but this one that comes with the set is great for travel.

I've transitioned to high-drain Eneloop Pros, or equivalent Amazon Basics brand made in Japan, for flashes too. But I now use a EBL branded USB AA charger. My specific charger has been replaced with a charger that takes micro-USB or USB-C.

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