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Canon Battery Pack LP-E6N
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66 of 68 people found the following review helpful.
Overpriced - but top quality
By Frank Dutton
I have purchased off-brand batteries in the past as second batteries for my cameras. I was particularly satisfied with Opteka ones. However, for my new Canon EOS 7D Mark II I just didn't want to take any chances. Additionally, if you look at it through the lifetime of the battery (for me, 4 - 5 years) the price differential only amounts to a few dollars a year. Yes, the Canon batteries are VASTLY OVERPRICED - but what are you going to do? Their batteries are far less likely to have any problems and are recognized by the camera so you can also see the remaining charge level while using them and don't get a surprise with a dead battery just in the middle of shooting something important.
28 of 29 people found the following review helpful.
Great Genuine Canon Batteries!!
The real Canon battery! It works great & takes a full charge. It charges in both chargers that came with 7D Mark II & 5D Mark III & both cameras recognize it as a genuine Canon LP-E6N with 8 digit serial #'s The LP-E6N MUST have 8 digit #'s ."Ships & Sold By Amazon" is the ONLY way to go! Thanks Amazon!!
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful.
Charges and works
By Jeff Switzer
The battery charged and works well. Only time (lots) will tell how well it lasts. The existing Canon battery in the camera still works, I just wanted to have an extra battery so that a fully charged battery was always available.
I would often buy a less expensive unit for a second battery for a piece of electronics, but I read an excellent review here that said for the price of the camera and the associated equipment, it's silly to save $10 or $20. I agree with that thought fully in this case. The expensive camera doesn't work if the battery fails or runs out of charge. It's not like a laptop computer who's power brick can easily be plugged into a wall outlet.