The voltage drops off pretty quickly with all rechargeables, so the same answer is achieved.
Doesn't happen unless it's a lead acid. Then you have to turn it off before it drops the voltage too much.
A 5 hour discharge seems reasonable to me. After all, these batteries should work in torches.
There's probably no such thing as "Fuji". Just that people always shorten Fujifilm to Fuji in everyday conversation.
I agree, the lens on my digital is very good. And you get more magnification per £ than other makes. But the CCD is nothing like as high res as they make out. Best thing to do is to compare actual test pictures from various cameras you're considering, on something like dpreview.
Why is it that when you transport something by car, it's called a shipment, but when you transport something by ship, it's called cargo?
Why blame the Chinese for you being swindled on ebay?
Why buy batteries on ebay to begin with?
Mine came from IKEA last time, made in China of course,
and they are fine,
PS IKEA innovated by also selling half-capacity rechargeables,
at half the price. These are suitable for low drain uses,
such as wireess keyboards for examle.
If I buy things on Ebay from the UK, I do not get swindled. China is full of cheap shit being sold to foreigners.
Useless for anything, whatever they're in, as they need to be changed twice as often. I've seen those in solar garden lights, so the damn things don't last all night. And the solar panels are inadequate too.
A minister gave a talk to the Lions Club on sex. When he got home, he couldn't tell his wife that he had spoken on sex, so he said he had discussed horseback riding with the members.
A few days later, she ran into some men at the shopping center and they complimented her on the speech her husband had made.
Wrong. My keyboard will use a pair of NiMH 2100mAh in 6 months. No battery self discharges that quickly. Not since NiCad.
I got the strangest recording when I called the phone company the other day.
It said, "You have been connected to the correct department on the first try. This is against company policy. Please hang up and redial."
In the Netherlands for example Ebay is almost non-existent.
Their limited choice, inefficient system, and excessive overhead
resulted in never getting a significant market share.
Amazon idem, credit cards idem,
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