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What type of battery is recommended to use in a SANYO VPC-S770?

We've been told to use rechargables, but we've had trouble with them in the past.

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With your Sanyo camera, you've got the choice to use AA alkalines or NiMHd rechargeable batteries.

Two suggestions: if you are still not comfortable with recharge batts, you can simply take along an ample supply of AA. Currently there are newer AA batts that are designed for extra life as well.

But if you want to give rechargeables another try, look for batts that have a higher mAh rating.This is the batt's lasting power..
So if you can find a 1600, 1900, .... the higher the better.

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