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This InfoLITHIUM D-Type NP-FD1 Digital Camera Battery sends remaining power information to your compatible Cyber-shot digital camera. Long-lasting and built to the highest Sony quality standards, this rechargeable battery pack will keep you powered-up longer. Don?t miss that special photo opportunity-be prepared with a fully-charged spare battery.
Product Title: Sony InfoLITHIUM D-Type NP-FD1 Digital Camera Battery
Power Score: 3.5 | 4 Reviews
URL: Manufacturer Link
Dimensions: 1.43" Height x 0.21" Width x 1.81" Depth
Output Voltage: 4.2 V DC
Product Model: NP-FD1
Brand Name: Sony
Battery Rechargeable: Yes
Product Line: InfoLITHIUM
Front Camera: Sony
Product Reviews (4)
NP-FD1 Rechargeable Battery Pack.
Strengths: Great Backup, shows battery life on camera screen
I have purchased this battery as a backup for my DSC T200 Siny digital camera. Great Backup and it shows the remaining battery life on the camera screen.
I am very satisfied with the product.
By dearnishant - Jun 30, 2008
This is a joke, right?
Needs a powered docking station or something, I went to download my pictures after only using the camera, maybe 30 minutes total, and the battery dies! Can not even plug it into a AC power source to complete my download, now I have to sit here and twiddle
By CRUISI7 on Adorama - Jan 21, 2010
Sony NP-FD1 Rechargeable Battery Pack
Strengths: Indicates how much battery is left
Weakness: Doesn't last very long, about and hour in my camera.
You should keep around a spare Sony NP-FD1 Rechargeable Battery Pack. I have a Sony CyberShot camera and the battery last a little over an hour so I purchased an extra battery to keep around when I go on trips. I wish there was an extra capacity battery, but I guess there isn't.
By IbarraYJ - Oct 5, 2008
Great back up battery.....
Strengths: Lasts the whole week-end...
Weakness: none yet.
Bought this battery for a newly purchased camera as an additional back -up battery .....This is like the original that came with the camera ,with plenty of power to last the whole week-end without running out of power.....
By zapparino - Sep 9, 2008