- works with the EN-EL12 rechargeable battery
- compatible with Nikon Coolpix S710 and S610 digital cameras
- compact design
- charge light indicator
- warranty: 1 year
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
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- MH-65 Lithium-ion battery charger
- 6.5 AC power cord
- User's Manual
- AC cord requirements note
- Limited Warranty
Overview: The Nikon MH65 Battery Charger is used to recharge
the Nikon EN-EL12 rechargeable lithium-ion battery.
Charging: The Nikon camera's EN-EL12 battery is inserted into the MH65
battery charger and the battery charger's AC cord is plugged into an AC outlet.
The MH65's charge lamp will start to blink. Charging is complete when the charge
lamp stops blinking. Approximately 150 minutes are required to charge a fully
- Rated Input: 100 to 240V AC, 50/60Hz, 0.08 to 0.05 A
- Charging Output: 4.2V DC, 0.7 A
- Applicable Batteries: Nikon Rechargeable Li-ion Battery
- Charging Time: Approximately 100 minutes when no charge
- Operating Temperature: 32 to 104-degrees F
- AC Cord Length: 6.5 feet
- Weight: 2.3 ounces
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JohnG, Plano, TX on Wednesday, September 07, 2011
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The Nikon MH-65 enables you to charge your Nikon battery externally from the camera. Great idea, but......The charger is bulky (as compared to chargers by other makers such as Canon), and instead of an integral AC plug it comes with a 6.5 ft long power cord of the gauge you'd expect with a small kitchen appliance. Not a device you'll want to haul along when traveling. Seems like overkill, design-wise, when all you want to do is charge an extra battery for your Nikon pocket size point and shoot.
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