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bcordell
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Jun 07, 2009 08:48 |  #1786

cupra_flo wrote in post #8064493 (external link)
Nice shots...

By the way...everybody talks about battery life...
i did a whole wedding and some selfportraits( arround 550 shots ) and the battery indicator still shows full ;)
had two packs with me in case i would run out of power but nothing happend :D

was this with an aftermarket battery?


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Jun 07, 2009 10:14 |  #1787

bcordell wrote in post #8064815 (external link)
was this with an aftermarket battery?

It´s aftermarket...

That´s what´s written on it...

Quenox Professional Digitalcamera Battery for NP-E3
Ni-MH Battery Pack, 12V
1650mAh

Did another 50 shots with same batt for ebay articles.
Still showing full ;)


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Jun 07, 2009 15:59 |  #1788

cupra_flo wrote in post #8065146 (external link)
It´s aftermarket...

That´s what´s written on it...

Quenox Professional Digitalcamera Battery for NP-E3
Ni-MH Battery Pack, 12V
1650mAh

Did another 50 shots with same batt for ebay articles.
Still showing full ;)

I got two aftermarket batteries for 1D/1Dmk2n from Amazon uk (external link). Similar results. I was shooting national power boat championship competition today and batteries are still going strong...


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Jun 07, 2009 21:06 |  #1789

Happy to hear the aftermarket batteries have some life in them. That makes me feel a lot better about a 1D classic purchase!


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Jun 08, 2009 03:32 |  #1790

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I'm seeing better shots out of the 1D than I am from surfing all of the 1Ds shots that I have seen... Is it because it's a CCD?


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Jun 08, 2009 03:58 |  #1791

cupra_flo wrote in post #8065146 (external link)
It´s aftermarket...

That´s what´s written on it...

Quenox Professional Digitalcamera Battery for NP-E3
Ni-MH Battery Pack, 12V
1650mAh

Did another 50 shots with same batt for ebay articles.
Still showing full ;)

And people say the 1650mAh batteries aren't worth the money! Mine doesn't die too quickly at the moment but I'm still planning on buying another one or two.

Chosenbydestiny wrote in post #8069526 (external link)
I'm seeing better shots out of the 1D than I am from surfing all of the 1Ds shots that I have seen... Is it because it's a CCD?

Lenses help and so does the photographer ;)




  
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Jun 08, 2009 04:12 |  #1792

The Moose wrote in post #8069574 (external link)
And people say the 1650mAh batteries aren't worth the money! Mine doesn't die too quickly at the moment but I'm still planning on buying another one or two.

Lenses help and so does the photographer ;)

Yeah i´m able to get arroung 500-800 shot out of a single charge.
thats ok for me :)

Thats right, high quality lenses and filters do produce better pictures or better to say they will give you more quality to work with...:)


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Jun 08, 2009 04:17 |  #1793

cupra_flo wrote in post #8069608 (external link)
Yeah i´m able to get arroung 500-800 shot out of a single charge.
thats ok for me :)

I can't remember any specific numbers but I think I've gotten about 300 shots shooting sports and with a bit of chimping on what we call an LCD screen :lol: Not the best but it's not that bad, really.




  
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Jun 08, 2009 05:43 |  #1794

Here's a question, Does anyone regret getting the 1650mAh batteries? (over the 2200mAh ones)


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Jun 08, 2009 05:46 |  #1795

rabbs wrote in post #8069710 (external link)
Here's a question, Does anyone regret getting the 1650mAh batteries? (over the 2200mAh ones)

i do not have a 2200mAh battery, so i dont miss it :D
i´m satisfied with my 1650mAh


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Jun 08, 2009 06:14 |  #1796

The Moose wrote in post #8069574 (external link)
And people say the 1650mAh batteries aren't worth the money! Mine doesn't die too quickly at the moment but I'm still planning on buying another one or two.

Lenses help and so does the photographer ;)

I'm well aware of that. But it seems like the CCD on the 1D handles noise and color a little better and I'm seeing better pictures overall from surfing here and the archives at pbase.


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Jun 08, 2009 06:19 as a reply to  @ Chosenbydestiny's post |  #1797

A few pics from my 1D1 here:

https://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthre​ad.php?t=705882

and

https://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthre​ad.php?t=705881


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Jun 08, 2009 06:25 |  #1798

rabbs wrote in post #8069710 (external link)
Here's a question, Does anyone regret getting the 1650mAh batteries? (over the 2200mAh ones)

Hi Rabbs I got just on 300 raw shot on Sunday taking pics of the D Day event at our airfield,lots of A1 servo and focus chimps and my new 2200ah battery was on 2 bars.I looked on Trademe and see the Chch guy vpind is not listing any at the moment but another guy was selling 1600ah batteries for $59 buy now.I am pleased with the bat I purchaced from vpind for $49 it lasts 3 times longer than my old ones that are 2200ah but date on them is 2005 so they are well passed there prime


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Jun 08, 2009 06:36 |  #1799

Nice photos Andrew,what lens did you use and was it on A1 servo?Like the 3rd shot of the black Holden,I could almost be tempted to trade my old lexus 400 for one looking like that


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Jun 08, 2009 06:40 |  #1800

Steveod wrote in post #8069857 (external link)
Nice photos Andrew,what lens did you use and was it on A1 servo?Like the 3rd shot of the black Holden,I could almost be tempted to trade my old lexus 400 for one looking like that

All shot with my Sigma 150-500, AI servo, centre single point AF


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