Canon - NB-4L Lithium Ion Battery. For use with Powershot SD200 or SD300 (US) and the IXUS 40 (UK).
Product Title: Canon NB-4L Rechargeable Camera Battery
Power Score: 4.4 | 14 Reviews
URL: Manufacturer Link
Output Voltage: 3.7 V DC
Product Model: NB-4L
Brand Name: Canon
Battery Rechargeable: Yes
Front Camera: Canon
Product Reviews (10)
To stated the obvious: Canon...
Strengths: Canon standard
Weakness: more expensive than generic
To stated the obvious: Canon branded battery works just like the original that came with my camera. I expect that the capacity/price ratio of generics will only increase... I bought one of those too, so I'll post a comparison when I've had more time with both.
By sumergocogito - Feb 22, 2005
Overall, I am very satisfied with...
Strengths: The battery works as well as the one that came with the camera. It is completely compatible with my camera and charger. The delivery was on time and as described.
Weakness: The battery only has 600 mAh, which is a measure of it's capacity. You can get 900 mAh batteries that are also compatible with the Canon cameras.
Overall, I am very satisfied with the quality of the product and the promptness of delivery. However, if I had known about the higher capacity batteries, I may have purchased them instead. It should be noted that the high capacity batteries are significantly more expensive.
By pchung30 - Jun 22, 2005
Because my new SD 300 does not...
Because my new SD 300 does not have enough battery when i am taking the pictures therefore i bought this new batter and found that it is a pretty good battery for Cannon Powershot SD300, just like the original one but with low low price.
By tv2177 - Feb 4, 2005
The battery was shipped to me from...
Strengths: Good battery life.
Weakness: No sure about longer term performance
The battery was shipped to me from Hong Kong and seemed to be the Asia version since it was printed with Japanese. It took less than 1 hour to fully charge the battery (to about 4 Volts when done). I then took a 3-minute video using my Canon SD300 camera and played it back on the camera for three minutes. The voltage was still 4 volts even after I took a few shots with flash.
By TomChi - Mar 20, 2005
A must have item!
Strengths: Nice and light, Canon quality
Even though this battery is a little more expensive than the generics you can get, I still went with the Canon. There's no substitute for having an original backup battery in your camera bag, ready to go if you need it. Plus, there are so many X brand batteries out there. I don't want to destroy my $400 camera because I was too cheap to spend an extra $20 on batteries.
By franklin411 - Aug 19, 2005