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Rechargeable batteries

Can I use rechargeable batteries with the C-5500 Sports Zoom?

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Yes, there are two rechargeable sets, the B-80SU Ni-Mh Overnight Charger and Battery Set and the B-90SU Quick Charger and Battery Set. Each comes with four rechargeable Ni-Mh AA batteries.

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