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Nikon 1900 mAh Lithium Ion Rechargeable Battery for D800/D600/D7100/D7000

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Nikon already offered to swap out Li-ion01 batteries for Li-ion20 batteries for D500 users (for free), this amounts to a tacit recall, I'm guessing they don't want that situation cropping up again so they probably made sure EN-EL15 batteries work just fine with the D850. The older EN-EL15, 15a, and 15b batteries can also work on the Z6ii. You can always try one of those if you cannot find any EN-EL15c, but the C variation can hold more charge and therefore can last longer. Used together with your Nikon D-SLR, the camera's fuel gauge accurately displays the remaining charge and number of shots since the last charging. It used Nikon MH-25 Charger

We have received reports indicating that when a fully charged, earlier generation of the Rechargeable Li-ion Battery EN-EL15 is used with the Nikon D500 digital SLR camera, the maximum number of shots possible is low (battery life is short). It was also reported that the amount of charge remaining, displayed by the D500's Battery info option, is significantly less than that displayed by the Battery info function of other model cameras using the EN-EL15 battery. The only batteries I can get are the Jupio EN-EL15C 2100mA batteries, which I've never heard of before. https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1578220-REG/nikon_en_el15c_rechargeable_lithium_ion_battery.html Anyone knows if the D850 can be used with EN-EL15 batteries? Either original (rev 10) or (rev 20 - the ones from D500).

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I've been using the same batteries in my D800 with no issues, I was quite spoiled, I would charge that battery maybe once a month or so. It never died on me. With the Z6II however, even with the EN-EL15C's, it barely makes it through an afternoon, and I don't chimp much at all. More third-party APS-C autofocus lenses for Nikon Z-mount coming soon: TTArtisan 35mm f/1.8, Meike 55mm f/1.4 and Sirui Sniper 23mm+33mm+56mm f/1.2

We get a lot of questions about the Nikon EN-EL15c, the update to Nikon's standard DSLR battery. So, what’s the difference between this updated battery and the older EN-EL15b and EN-EL15a versions? Thanks for your input! I'm based in Norway, and because we get serviced by Nikon UK/Nordic, which is based in the UK, there's been a massive shortage of Nikon shipments the last 6 months here. When the UK has fuel shortages, we don't get shipments. It's a real pain. Nikon is committed to safety and to providing to its customers only the highest quality products. We regret any inconvenience this matter may cause you and appreciate your continued support of Nikon and its products.

The EN-EL15a is not new, it was released with several cameras already. It's also 'Li-ion20' in Nikon-speak, as you can see from an image on this thread. Scroll down to see it. If you cannot find any EN-EL15C, I would get 1 or 2 of the older versions or try a third-party battery so that you can get by for the time being. If the 9th character of the lot number is any other letter, your battery is not affected by this recall.

I have had a Z6 for three years and a Z6ii for six months. My experience is that their battery consumption is not bad. Sometimes I capture 4K video continuously for an hour or two; in such case I may need to change battery after an hour. For still capture, there is typically no issue. I find that the en-el15 (rev01) has a much poorer life than either the en-el15 (rev20) or en-el 15a on my D850. If possible, I would avoid third-party batteries. They may work now, but Nikon could potentially disable your non-Nikon battery with a firmware upgrade. You never know when Nikon will choose to do that. You are in a much colder climate. That may affect battery life, outdoors. But after you cycle a new battery a few times, battery life should improve. Your description doesn't sound normal.


The Genuine Nikon EN-EL15 Lithium-Ion Battery is a rechargeable battery for the Nikon Z6, Z7, 1 V1, D600, D610, D750, D800, D800E, D810, D810A, D850, D7000, D7100, D7200, D7500 digital SLR cameras. Lithium-ion batteries will not suffer from the adverse memory effects that are normally associated with other battery types. It providing 7.0v and 1900 mAh power.

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