Duracell is best known for its popular “copper top” alkaline batteries, but did you know that the brand also makes batteries for a wide range of DSLR and mirrorless cameras?
Head over to DuracellDirect.com and you’ll find batteries available for most major brands, including Canon, Nikon, Sony, and Fujifilm.
If you find your camera listed, then Duracell has a compatible battery for you.
The batteries are much more affordable than the ones offered by the camera manufacturers. For example, the Canon 5D Mark IV battery by Duracell costs $27.50 while the Canon version costs $63. The Fujifilm X-T3 battery by Duracell costs $22 while the Fujifilm version costs $64.
Duracell claims that you’ll get the same performance as original brand batteries, and the brand is offering a nice warranty to back up that claim.
“Each battery is guaranteed ‘no memory effect’,” the website states. “Duracell’s products are designed to give you maximum power.
“Whatever your power needs, it will last longer with Duracell. Duracell camera and camcorder batteries deliver equivalent performance to the manufacturers original and are supplied with a 3 year limited warranty.”
Head on over to DuracellDirect.com if you’d like to see if you can find a more affordable battery for your own camera.