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Canon s100 takes around 200 shots
So canon s100 users did anyone of you buy an extra battery for s100
Or you think one battery is ok for you
Don't forget video will kill the battery .

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I looked the other day at Best Buy, $64, there was a thread awhile back & several people were complimenting the Sterlingtek batteries which are really cheap.
I'll buy another just for the "comfort" reason.

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I did when I bought it just based on the reviews. I pretty much always do anyway.

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catch1 wrote in post #14061123external link
I looked the other day at Best Buy, $64, there was a thread awhile back & several people were complimenting the Sterlingtek batteries which are really cheap.
I'll buy another just for the "comfort" reason.

Ronnie

B and H has Canon batteries for $43 and Pearstone for $19

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Sterlingtek - $14 on Amazon. 1400mah

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catch1 wrote in post #14061123external link
I looked the other day at Best Buy, $64, there was a thread awhile back & several people were complimenting the Sterlingtek batteries which are really cheap.
I'll buy another just for the "comfort" reason.

Ronnie

i was one of the people who are all about the sterlingtek's. i bought an extra for the S100 and have a couple for my 60D as well. i think i paid around 14 for it and it performs as well as if not better than the canon.

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+ 1 for the sterlingtek's. Workking well in the s100

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Hahnel for me. Always have a second battery. Allows me to fully 'cycle' the existing one to get maximum performance.

Talking of such; what's the little bit of rubbery stuff in the battery door for? It doesn't slide but does pop open and reveals the battery below. Are Canon expecting us to work this thing so damn hard the battery needs a blow hole? !!

:lol:

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LincsRP wrote in post #14062959external link
Talking of such; what's the little bit of rubbery stuff in the battery door for? It doesn't slide but does pop open and reveals the battery below. Are Canon expecting us to work this thing so damn hard the battery needs a blow hole? !!

:lol:

Nah they just know how quick it dies... Lol

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7up wrote in post #14060681external link
Canon s100 takes around 200 shots
So canon s100 users did anyone of you buy an extra battery for s100
Or you think one battery is ok for you
Don't forget video will kill the battery .


no.

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jay125 wrote in post #14061673external link
i was one of the people who are all about the sterlingtek's. i bought an extra for the S100 and have a couple for my 60D as well. i think i paid around 14 for it and it performs as well as if not better than the canon.

Now if they would just make a SterlingTek version of the LP-E4 for the 1D3/4 cameras!! :mad:

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Silverstonev8 wrote in post #14063071external link
Nah they just know how quick it dies... Lol

http://www.amazon.com ...TF8&qid=1331414192&​sr=8-1external link

A long mains lead then? :lol:

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I always buy an extra battery for any camera I own. It just seems like must to me!

Post #13, Mar 10, 2012 17:44:58 as a reply to LincsRP's post 2 hours earlier.


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I have an extra battery from my old SD790. Like what others have said, it's a must to have an extra one for this camera.

Post #14, Mar 10, 2012 21:46:44


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I have a pair of Sterlingteks in the grip on my 50D for about three years, original Canon when I shoot without the grip, and have never had a problem with them.
I figure the batt for the S100 should have the same quality. That's what I would buy if I get an S100.

Post #15, Mar 11, 2012 12:58:35 as a reply to jaybee33's post 14 hours earlier.


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