Canon DSLR camera battery help

ovadiaitay34

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Hello I just bought a new canon 1300d=t6 camera.
I want to buy a spare battery so I looked on amazon. I saw some batteries that have 800mah and some that have also 1600 (almost double)
Is that possible if both of the batteries have the same size?

Thanks!
 

13thmonkey

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What if the camera can't cope? get proper replacements or risk your camera.
 

13thmonkey

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physically yes, but I would go with the same mha as on the original.

For reference I can easily get 400+ shots with my 550 off a single charge, so generally speaking it's nothing to worry about.
 

Jen_Sai

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If they are specifically for that camera they should be the same physical size, only different capacities (the "larger" should last longer)
Always check reviews of sellers and products, wouldn't want to end up buying dodgy ones ;)
 

ovadiaitay34

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But I still don't understand if to get lp-e10 with 800mah like the original, or one with 1600mah of a better company? I don't want to spend on original battery it is too much
 
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