Non-biased review here + 1 initial review.
I had purchased the 2 battery + 1 charger Wasabi package for my T3i (LP-E8), and they seem to last at least 90% as long as the Canon OEM battery, if not close to 100%. Charge times are just as quick and they seem to register battery life and everything. Considering I paid just under $30 CAD for 2 batteries and 1 charger, I'm very impressed. People online complained that the batteries would "get stuck" in the charger, but if you look at the CLEARLY MARKED instructions before you insert the battery, you slide it to the right (I think) and then pull it out, not just straight out like the OEM charger. No issues from me.
Initial review of EZO Power LP-E6 batteries for my 7D. I would have bought more Wasabi's since I was so impressed with them, but they weren't as good a deal from Amazon.ca. 1 Wasabi was about 35 to 40 dollars shipped, but I got my EZO Power batteries (2 of them) plus a charger for 40 dollars shipped. I haven't given them a full run, but they seem to charge without issue on the OEM Canon charger. I haven't tried the EZO charger yet. Initial tests show some playing around with liveview on and playing with settings (5 minutes of LCD screen time), 40 shutters with Live View on, allowing the screen to turn back on between shots ended up with an indicated 95% battery left. Mathematically, that would mean I could theoretically end up with 800 shots with live view, but that's not to say the battery indicator is 100% correct, I would expect it to actually be less as the 7D manual indicates around 400 shots with liveview on, 800+ without. Time will tell and I will update later with a more comprehensive review.
7D / Canon 15-85mm / Canon 70-300mm USM / Canon 50mm 1.8 II / Canon 100mm 2.8 Macro / 430EX II / Macro LED Flash Ring / Rode VideoMic Pro / Zoom H1
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