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Canon LPE6 batteries

BobG43
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Replacement batteries - OEM or off brand?LPE6 or LPE6N??

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rs-eos
Elite

I only use Canon batteries.  LP-E6 and LP-E6N are both forwards and backwards compatible, so you could get either.

 

For myself, I went with the LP-E6N when needing extra batteries; they have a slightly higher capacity.

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BobG43
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I saw a couple of bad reviews for the LP-E6N batteries. That is why I am asking.


@BobG43 wrote:
I saw a couple of bad reviews for the LP-E6N batteries. That is why I am asking.

Someone probably bought some counterfeit batteries from somewhere.  The LP-E6N batteries are fine.

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@BobG43 wrote:

Replacement batteries - OEM or off brand?LPE6 or LPE6N??


Stick with the Canon batteries. They'll probably outlast their Brand X equivalents by enough to make up for their higher price.

Bob
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania USA

True... I was just wondering about the differance in the two Canon brands.

 


@BobG43 wrote:

True... I was just wondering about the differance in the two Canon brands.

 


You mean between the LPE6 and the LPE6N? The LPE6N is a later model with a bit more capacity. Otherwise they're functionally identical.

Bob
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania USA
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