- Product Dimensions: 5 x 3 x 1 cm ; 32 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 118 g
- Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
- Item model number: EN-EL15
- ASIN: B0042VJSM4
- Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 24 Nov. 2010
- Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars See all reviews (133 customer reviews)
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Nikon 1900 mAh Lithium Ion Rechargeable Battery for D800/D600/D7100/D7000
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- Intelligent, high-power Li-ion rechargeable battery with on-board microcontroller for advanced power management EN-EL15
- With a capacity of 1900mAh
- For Nikon D800, D600, D7100, D7000
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Top Customer Reviews
By chance I checked the in-camera battery usage facilty, and it showed that this battery had gone from battery age of 0 to 3, where 4 is the number you bin your battery. This was done in approx. 12 outings.
By my rough calculation this makes this 'el cheepo' battery way more expensive that the real deal OEM Nikon.
I cannot recommended this as good value or good quality therefore.
***Further to this initial review, I had a problem................
After having only re-charged the battery twice, it started to show that it had already advanced past 0 to stage 1 of its 'age' on the camera's Battery Info screen! I didn't think that this was as it should be as the original Nikon battery in my D2x was still on '0' after several years! Anyway, I contacted Amazon and they immediately offered to replace or refund me, as per the usual helpful & reliable response from their Customer Support. Anyway, I was puzzled as to exactly why this was happening, so after a call to Nikon support, I returned it to them for examination. 1 week later, a brand new replacement arrived from Nikon, so I had no need to call on Amazon's assistance.
Although the Nikon website does not have any counterfeit info specifically about this battery, they mention lots of others and how the hologram on the fake items are missing the 4 notches - the hologram on the battery supplied to me does not have those notches. Also the word 'Nikon' is wrote many times over the hologram and on the genuine ones at certain angles you can only read every other line of these words and the others have to be view from a different angle, but on the fake item they are all viewed from the same angle. Also I took pictures of the holograms using a flash from several different angles, on the picture of the genuine one you can see loads of different colours but on the fake one every shot just comes out plain gold. Just showing that the counterfeit hologram is not as sophisticated.
There is a few other minor differences such as no warning label on the cap, but the other big thing is the weight - the other two genuine Nikon batteries I own both weight exactly the same, whereas the counterfeit item is 15 grams lighter. This battery is going nowhere near my camera.
Although several companies are selling this battery I will not touch any of them. Amazon also sell this battery at a slightly higher price, but I'm not going to risk it and buy from a reputable source, as for all I know they might all come out the same draw.
BEWARE!! Basically it charged fine the first time and I tested it taking one still image. When I tried it out the next morning it was totally dead. I put it on charge again and it said it was charged after 2 minutes! Obviously it didn't work and I hadn't got the bargain I had hoped for. Its a fake or a duff batch. DO NOT BUY!! Now I have to try and return it. Not a happy guy. Spend the extra £20 and get a proper one!
A number of aspects raised my suspicion when it arrived it so I consulted Nikon-Europe.
Nikon pronounced it counterfeit. The visible item they picked out was that the "Nikon" logo moulded into the upper side of the battery was different from the genuine one.
when varying the viewing angle angle, the hologram behaves differently from two other genuine Nikon batteries in my possession,
weight is 72g (3 oz) against 88g (3.5 oz) printed in the Nikon information sheet,
four small nicks in the hologram are cut-outs on the genuine item, on the counterfeit version they are slits,
squeeze the battery - the counterfeit flexes, the genuine one doesn't,
the box and data sheet accompanying the genuine item are of distinctly better quality than the counterfeit - with the latter, it is very difficult to fit both items into the box without it deforming.
After I sorted out a refund, I approached a second low-price Amazon Marketplace supplier and asked him to confirm provenance of his battery prior to me ordering it, the seller declined to comment.
Having trawled the web and looked at what established retail suppliers are charging, my feeling is that any advertiser currently asking for about 50 GBP, or less, is a risk not worth taking. One advertiser actually lists the weight as 72g, effectively confirming it as counterfeit.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
believe it to be fake, weighs a lot less than the one supplied with cameraa, returned for refundPublished 21 days ago by Amazon Customer
pretty damn good so far - holds lots of charge - time will tellPublished 2 months ago by Timothy M Watson
An excellent replacement at a fraction of the cost of the original. Nikon batteries keep their charge for ages, so unless you are away from a charger for a long time, you won't... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Ardwyn
Could it be fake?...I prefer to just call it a good 'copy'. It has held up well against a Nikon version. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Reckless