I've always thought a battery is a battery, but when putting these into a $700+ camera, I am a little concerned. The picture shows 7.4V, 1120mAh, 8.2Wh (close to the output of the original Canon battery which is 7.2V, 1120mAh, 8.1Wh) but what I received is 7.4V, 1500mAh, 11.1Wh. I'm not well versed in electronics, so I have no idea if this means these are too much power for the camera and will fry it, or if it just simply means they hold a larger charge for longer. I've been hesitant to put them into my camera, but I went ahead, and it appears to work fine in my T3i. My only complaint is it would be nice if the pictures of the product reflected the actual output of the batteries that are sold.
- How did the image on site compare with the actual product? Not the same. Pictured is 7.4V, 1120mAh, 8.2Wh. Received is 7.4V, 1500 mAh, 11.1Wh
- Was the product free of any manufacturer defects? Yes
- Please tell us about the quality of the product. So far so good.
- Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes