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S75: which battery???

I'm confused (nothing new there :) Looking at the S75 on this page at the SonyStyle site: http://www.sonystyle.com/digitalimaging/cybershot.htm under DSC-S75 accessories it lists the battery as the NP-FS11. However, when I click on the picture of the S75 on that page, it takes me here: http://www.sonystyle.com/sonystyle/4784/4803/4836/8764.default.html Then when i click on 'specifications' on this page, on that page it says: "Battery Supplied: InfoLithium NP-FM50". Is this right? Can both batteries work, or is one of these listings incorrect? I'm not that familiar with the Sony batteries, but I thought that the different series of batteries ('M' series compared to 'S' series) weren't interchangeable. Anyone have any answers? Thanks. -hud, still waiting...

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Please note that the webpage has been updated to reflect the proper battery to be used for the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-S75. Links work properly, now. http://www.sonystyle.com/digitalimaging/cybershot.htm

Posted on Sep 11, 2005

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