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PRESS RELEASE: PowerEx Adds More Digicam Battery Packs to Its Lineup
LA VERNE, CA ------ Maha Energy Corp., the maker of the PowerEx brand rechargeable batteries and chargers, is pleased to announce three additions to its lithium ion & polymer digital camera battery pack product line.
The three models fit Sony, Nikon and Minolta, respectively:
MH-FM50 1400mAh 7.4V Li-Ion
Compatible with Sony®:
Sony® Camcorder - DCR-PC110
Sony® Digital Cameras - DSC-F707, DSC-F717, DSC-S30, DSC-S50, DSC-S70, DSC-S75, DSC-S85, MVC-CD200, MVC-CD300, MVC-CD400, MVC-CD500
MH-ENEL3 1400mAh 7.4V Li-Ion
Compatible with Nikon®:
MH-NP200 750mAh 3.7V Li-Ion
Compatible with Minolta®:
Dimage X, Dimage Xt, Dimage Xi
In addition to their high capacity, these batteries also have excellent recycle time, making them very useful for cameras with built-in speedlights or flashes. This improved performance is particular evident in the MH-ENEL3 battery pack used in the professional Nikon D100 digital SLR camera.
These battery packs are fully compatible with the cameras they are designed for as well as all original chargers and accessories.
PowerEx also offers many other battery packs for popular Canon, Fuji, Kodak, Fuji, Minolta, Ricoh, and Toshiba digital cameras, as well as others that use AA and AAA format NiMH rechargeable batteries.
Maha Energy Corp., a leading provider of consumer and industrial battery and charging solutions, operates a global network of manufacturing, design and distribution locations to serve both standard and OEM customers.
(First posted on Tuesday, August 5, 2003 at 06:40 EDT)