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Feb 05, 2018 12:28 |  #1

Are the LP-E6 batteries I have for my Canon 6D interchangeable withe the LP-E6N that comes with the 6D MKII?

I'm going to get the MKII and would really love to not have to buy an entire slew of batteries if the ones I have (ten in all) will work.

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Feb 05, 2018 12:31 |  #2

Canon LP-E6N is 7.2V 1865.00 mAh lithium battery
Canon LP-E6 is 7.2V 1800.00 mAh lithium battery

virtually the same, the E6N just stores a bit more capacity.
The LP-E6N battery is compatible with any Canon dSLR designed for the LP-E6 battery


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Feb 05, 2018 12:52 |  #3

Wilt wrote in post #18556912 (external link)
Canon LP-E6N is 7.2V 1865.00 mAh lithium battery
Canon LP-E6 is 7.2V 1800.00 mAh lithium battery

virtually the same, the E6N just stores a bit more capacity.
The LP-E6N battery is compatible with any Canon dSLR designed for the LP-E6 battery

Thanks!

Yeah, I did a bit of digging around Canon's site and found they they were interchangeable.

Thanks again, though; appreciate it!


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