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Canon LP-E6 Battery Pack

by Canon
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RRP: £74.99
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  • Canon Battery Pack Lp-e6 For The Eos 5d Mk Ii
  • Allows up to 850 shots in normal usage*
  • Allows up to 200 shots using the Live-View facility*
  • Allows up to up to 2 hours of HD Movie* (*Canon tests)
  • Also fits EOS 7D digital SLRs

Frequently Bought Together

Canon LP-E6 Battery Pack + Canon LC-E6E Charger for the LP-E6 Lithium Ion Battery Pack + Canon BG-E14 Battery Grip for EOS 70D
Price For All Three: £222.88

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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 6 x 3 cm ; 5 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 100 g
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  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: 3347B001AA
  • ASIN: B001ISK0F8
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 3 Dec 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (275 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Product Description

The Canon LP-E6 is a rechargeable Lithium-ion Battery Pack which is compatible with the EOS 5D Mark III, 5D Mark II, 7D, 60Da & 60D Digital SLR cameras.

Batteries provide the best power for your digital camera.The batteries for all current EOS models make use of Lithium Ion technology. This provides longer battery life and does not suffer from a memory effect. They also hold their charge well when not used for long periods of time. Lithium Ion Battieres offer one of the best energy to weight ratios of any battery technology currently available meaning the batteries can remain small and lightweight.

Box Contains

  • Canon LP-E6 Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery Pack (7.2V, 1800mAh)
  • Manufacturers Limited Warranty

  • Customer Questions & Answers

    Customer Reviews

    3.9 out of 5 stars

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    103 of 103 people found the following review helpful By A Man & Dog & Mistress on 11 July 2013
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    I purchased a spare LP-E6 Battery from this seller to refresh my working stock, when it arrived I did not have any suspicions as the box looked authentic on a quick browse etc.

    Placed into my camera, which then did not recognise it. I then compared the battery to my others and could clearly see differences and a closer look at the packaging also raised alerts.
    1) The box comes with a hologram which says Canon, but it is not the Canon Hologram which is very hard to fake and uses two colours. You should see the hologram turn to green along with Canon Genuine etc all over. This hologram was a single colour print.
    2) The Battery - Moulding different from original, also you can see the mould injection point (you don't see that on the original).
    3) Battery Contacts bigger than the Canon originals.
    4) Labelling incorrect from Canon originals
    5) Your camera (depending how new and the model) will query any non-canon battery.

    Whilst it looks similar and it might work (i.e. provide power) you don't know how much power it is providing or whether it is safe to use for your camera. Suggest you check Canon site for Canon Fake batteries and the risk of damage to your kit (voids warranty).

    Amazon have offered to refund this, however looking at how many people have complained about fakes (many others probably don't know they have a fake) it is very disappointing Amazon still supports this reseller!
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    63 of 63 people found the following review helpful By Diane Waby on 3 May 2013
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    I ordered this battery believing it to be a genuine Canon LP-E6 battery but when I tried it in my charger it did not fit. Having examined the battery carefully I found the wording to be different to my genuine battery that came with the camera and also it has no serial number on the reverse. The packaging looks very convincing so the seller may have been unaware but I would avoid this seller in future (DG Digital). There may be other batteries available via Amazon from other sellers that are completely genuine so please check out the sellers name- I have ordered batteries from Amazon for previous cameras and have had no issues in the past.

    I ordered another of these batteries from another seller Digital Snaps after contacting them to check that they were selling genuine Canon batteries. The battery cost £43. It arrived promptly and was without doubt genuine and fitted perfectly into my battery charger unlike the fake one mentioned above. So my advice to Amazon customers is that some sellers are selling genine Canon batteries at very good prices and others are not so bear this in mind when you order and be prepared to send back any fakes and demand a refund. Hopefully Amazon will be rooting out the rogue traders and reviews are only helpful if reviewers state sellers names.
    A one star review has become a five star- unfortunately I couldn't post this one separately as the system only allows one review of each product so I had to show it as an edit!
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    26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By dee1001 on 18 July 2013
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    I bought two of these batteries (sold by one of the Amazon traders, Foto Magic, not by Amazon itself) in November 2012 and started using them a few months ago. I had slight suspicions from the outset that they were not genuine Canon items (there are guidelines on Canon's website for spotting imitations), but I couldn't be certain, and they appeared to work fine. However, after the most recent firmware update of the EOS 5D Mark III the camera clearly identified them as non-genuine: a warning comes up on the camera's screen. Canon now appears to have introduced into the camera firmware some means of identifying batteries that are not genuine Canon products.

    These batteries do work in the camera, but they seem to lose power more quickly than the proper Canon batteries and I notice now, the third time I have recharged each of them, that they are reluctant to charge beyond the 75% mark. I am giving only one star because they should not have been passed off as the genuine product. Had I wanted to buy third-party batteries I could have done so a whole lot cheaper than this, and from a known, reputable brand. Heaven knows what these are, or where they have come from. All in all, a waste of money, and it's probably too late now to return them for a refund.

    I've learnt my lesson. In future I will buy only from authorized UK Canon dealers (Amazon itself is one of these).
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    31 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Alex on 2 July 2013
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    Obviously a fake battery - bad print on the box, 7 digit serial (read via camera) instead of 8, not printed on the bottom of the battery as my original should have been. Doesn't look anything like the original, or perform nearly as well.
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    57 of 58 people found the following review helpful By luca dog on 18 Dec 2012
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    I ordered two additional Canon LP-E6 batteries for my Canon 5D Mark 111 as spares. I found that both batteries did not fit smoothly into the battery compartment. One of the batteries got stuck when I tried to remove it.
    I notice the batteries had no serial numbers. I have serial numbers on my original canon batteries and they fit in the battery compartment like a glove. I am sure these batteries are copies and I have now send them back.
    I am very disappointed in the service and feel I cannot trust this seller Media UK.
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    47 of 48 people found the following review helpful By RM on 27 July 2013
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    I went through GOOGLE to find "CANON LP-E6 batteries at AMAZON".
    This found the CANON product by Canon at £38. I ordered 2, delivered by DES7.
    I was dubious, contacted CANON and with my Photos and opinions they agreed that both batteries were fraudulent. (they had 7 digit code internally on both, and the same code on the outside of both on that aluminium strip). Then after discussions with CANON they argued that AMAZON is an authorised e-tailer and that they do also sell the genuine CANON battery, and supplied me with a lengthy web address to find it - all of a sudden here was AMAZON advertising the same Canon battery by Canon for over £56.39. I did not test the fraudulent batteries in a charger, and only had them in my EOS 7D for a short while to discover the short length code digits. I am now waiting for return instructions and my refund.
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