10 Rechargable Batteries Comparison, Eneloop vs. Energizer vs. Evolta vs Sony

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Nickel Metal Hydride Batteries (NiMH) mAh And Charge Rate Comparison

Be aware, though, that NiMH batteries all slowly lose their charge on the shelf, and will discharge in about a month or so, so don’t use it for a device that sits around somewhere for long periods.

Based on my own experience, go for a high capacity battery if the usage is frequent, whereas if the battery is intended to be used on a device that sits on a shelf for most of the time, go for Duracell.

The best AA rechargeable batteries for your Speedlight Flashgun, DSLR Photography equipment, and anything else you need batteries for (Nikon SB-900, Nikon SB-700, Nikon SB-600, Canon 580EX II, Canon 430 EX II)

 
Capacity
Recharge Times
Features
Sanyo eneloop AA2000 mAh1500Approx. 70% capacity after 5 years
Sanyo eneloop AAA800 mAh1500
Sony CycleEnergy AA2700 mAh1000Rechargeable up to 300 times
Sony CycleEnergy AAA1000 mAh1000
Energizer PowerPlus AA2300 mAh250
Energizer PowerPlus AAA700 mAh250
Duracell AA2450 mAh100
Duracell AAA850 mAh100
Panasonic EVOLTA AA2050 mAh1600
Panasonic EVOLTA AAA800 mAh1600

duracell rechargeable batteries

NiMH batteries vs. NiCd vs. Lithium-ion

 
Voltage
Charge/discharge efficiency in %
Self-discharge rate in %/month
Time durability in years
Nickel–cadmium (NiCd)1.270%-90%20%n/a
Nickel–metal hydride (NiMH)1.266%30%n/a
Lithium-ion3.699%5%-10%2-6
Lithium-ion polymer3.799.8%5%2-3

Best AA Rechargeable Batteries for Speedlight Flash (Nikon SB-900 SB-700 Canon 580EX 430EX)

The best AA rechargeable batteries for your Speedlight Flash, Photography equipment, and anything else you need batteries for (Nikon SB-900, Nikon SB-700, Nikon SB-600, Canon 580EX II, Canon 430 EX II)

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2 comments on “10 Rechargable Batteries Comparison, Eneloop vs. Energizer vs. Evolta vs Sony

  1. Zeti April 8, 2013 at 8:24 pm - Reply

    usbcell – revolutionary rechargeable battery that can charge from any USB port.

  2. Steve Jobs April 8, 2013 at 8:24 pm - Reply

    Apple batteries share the characteristics common to lithium-based technology in other devices.

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