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Replacement Battery I have a problem in that I want to have a spare battery for the MV300 Microtek Digital Camera, but I' unsure whether I can buy on that is over the 700mAh recommended. I have found most of the batteries applicable are around 100mAh. Can I use one of these without any problems with camera?

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  • pesq1 Sep 04, 2008

    Woops! typing error............... 100mAh should read 1000mAh. You would probably realize that though!!

  • pesq1 Sep 04, 2008

    Hey, thanks for the help!!

    Much appreciated!

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The **mAH factor is storage capacity- or life between charges
so a high numbers mean more pix between charges - So fine fo for it
The Voltage is critical however - it must be as stated in the manual or as the original battery

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