About the Sony NP-FM500H
Keep your Sony digital SLR camera ready to snap gorgeous pictures. Stow this handy rechargeable battery in your camera bag for portable back-up power, and enjoy long-lasting, worry-free shooting.
- designed for use with Sony Alpha digital SLR cameras
- rated capacity: 8.4V, 11.8Wh/1650mAh
- warranty: 1 year
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
- MFR # NPFM500H
What's in the box:
- One NP-FM500H M-series Infolithium Lithium Ion battery (8.4V
- 11.8 Wh) in a blister pack
- Instructions inside packaging
- Limited Warranty sheet
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More details on the Sony NP-FM500H
InfoLITHIUM: This battery exchanges data with compatible Sony digital imaging and video equipment about its power consumption. When used with InfoLITHIUM components, the battery will calculate remaining battery life based on the actual power consumption of the equipment using it. If the battery is used with non InfoLITHIUM components, the remaining battery life will not be indicated.
Compatibility: The NP-FM500H is currently compatible with the Sony Alpha-series digital SLR cameras and select Sony Handycam that supports an M-series InfoLithium battery-pack.
No Memory Effect: This battery has no memory effect, so it may be partially charged without creating memory problems.
Battery Life: The NP-FM500H has an estimated battery life of up to 650 shots on a full charge when used with a Sony Alpha-series digital SLR camera. The NP-FM500H has an estimated life of 150 minutes (2.5 hours) when used with compatible Sony Handycams. The battery life is based on continuous recording at 77° F for Sony camcorders with the LCD screen off and 2.9W power consumption.
Note: These are only approximations and will vary based on actual power consumption of the component being used, manner of usage and temperature.
- Output Voltage: 8.4 V DC
- Capacity: 11.8 Wh, 1650 mAh
- Weight: 2.8 oz
2 questions already asked
I was surprised the battery last quite long. I took about 400 photoes plus about 10 minutes on average movies and the battery still was showing 75%-80% charge left. More then enough for me. The Camera is Sony SLT65V. Quite happy with its performance
semmla from New York