Rechargeable lithium ion battery for select Nikon Coolpix cameras
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Our take on the Nikon EN-EL19 by Crutchfield's David Brown
Don't miss out on great photo opportunities because of dead camera batteries. Keep a spare EN-EL19 battery charged and at the ready for your compatible Nikon Coolpix camera. This lithium ion battery pack is easily recharged with Nikon's MH-66 AC charging station.
- compatible with select Nikon Coolpix digital cameras
- recharges with Nikon MH-66 charging station
- rated at 3.7 volts, 700 mAh
- warranty: 60 days
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
What's in the Box:
- EN-EL19 Lithium-Ion rechargeable battery (3.7V / 700mAh / 2.6Wh) in plastic storage case
- User's Manual
New Nikon battery just as shown. Price ok. Shipping fast and packaged well.
Grannynannycd, Topeka KS
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Overview: The Nikon EN-EL19 Lithium-Ion rechargeable battery is designed to work with select Nikon Coolpix digital cameras. It charges in approximately 2-1/2 hours in the camera using the AC adapter supplied with the camera. It can also be charged in the optional MH-66 battery charger.
Compatibility: The EN-EL19 is compatible with the following Coolpix digital cameras (as of March 2013): S6500, S6400, S5200, S4300, S4200, S4100, S3500, S3300, S3200, S3100, and S100.
Power Capacity: 3.7 Volts DC, 700 mAh, 2.6 Wh
Dimensions: Width=1.235", Height=1.56", Depth=0.231", Weight=0.5 ounces
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Why did you buy this?
needed extra batteries and wanted Nikon not an off brand [ Frederick Apr 25, 2017 ]
spare battery for Nikon Coolpix S7000 on 23 day backpacking trip of John Muir Trail [ Richard Jun 08, 2016 ]
3 questions already asked
I ordered what Nikon listed in the camera's manual. But, yes, it is rechargeable as stated on the box in which the battery was held. [ Joan Aug 01, 2016 ]
This battery is rechargeable. I purchased this battery as a back-up because I take a lot of pictures and always need to go to the second battery while the first one is recharging! [ Sharon Jul 31, 2016 ]
On the back of the battery it says: "use designated charger only." If yours says that, it is rechargeable. Good to have 2 batteries, as when this one gets low in charge, it dies dead cold. Hope this is helpful. [ SUSAN K Jul 31, 2016 ]
I ordered the battery listed in my camera manual. The battery came in a box that is labeled rechargeable. [ Joan Jul 31, 2016 ]
Rose, The Nikon EN-EL19 is a rechargeable battery for the Nikon Camera. I purchased one from Crutchfield December 2015 and have been satisfied with it. Tom [ Thomas Jul 31, 2016 ]
1 answer I would like to have an additional battery for my recently purchased Nikon Coolpix S7000 camera. I'm finding batteries but not for the S7000 model. Need the Rechargeable Li-ion Battery EN - EL19 Lithium Ion / 3.7V / 700 mAh / 2.6 wh. Do you have this battery for the S7000 camera and if so how much? [ Sharon May 30, 2016 ]
Per Nikon's website, this Nikon EN-EL19 battery is the correct one you'd need for the Coolpix S7000 camera. I hope that helps. My Bio: http://www.crutchfield.com/Support/Bio.aspx?bio=159 [ Larry Jun 01, 2016 ] Staff
1 answer Lately, my nighttime indoor pictures are orangy in color. During the daytime - no problem. A friend told me a new battery might fix the problem. Have you heard of this? Would a new battery fix this problem? Does this mean rechargeable batteries go bad after awhile? Thanks! [ Liz Mar 26, 2015 ]
I forwarded your question to an Advisor and they responded with the following: A new battery may fix the issue, but normally the battery shouldn't affect image quality that much. It would be worth a shot, but I don't think it will solve the problem. Batteries can go bad, but when they do they generally just lose the charging capacity. If you would like to discuss further you can contact an Advisor directly by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat. [ Krissy Apr 01, 2015 ] Staff