One reviewer made the comment about there being nothing to say about batteries unless they don't work. Well, I disagree. I have an old 6Mp camera that ate AA batteries. I would typically get a 40 shots with 1900mA/hour batteries, & 70 shots with 2700mA/hour Sony batteries, which were as good as any on the market. When on holiday, I had to take at least twelve batteries with me just to keep up with the attrition rate. I bought another camera to replace it, but after it went feet up, I decided to resurrect the old Samsung again, as it was (a) Reliable, & (b) Took really good photos.
I really needed some batteries that would let me get at least 100 shots before recharging, so I though I would try these Extreme 2900 cells. They are advertised as being good in cameras, so I bought a pack. I charged them up fully & then proceeded to take 496 (yes, FOUR HUNDRED & NINETY SIX) shots on two batteries, and some of those were with the flash. Brilliant!!
So, if you think there's nothing to say about batteries, then try a pack of these. 5 stars?? They are MUCH better than that!!