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PENTAX Camera Batteries

Quality cameras need quality batteries to power them. You want a battery which will go the distance, allowing you to shoot for as long as you want. It makes sense to stock up on spare batteries. Knowing you have a couple of fully charged spare batteries in your kit gives you the freedom to pursue your creative vision for the day, safe in the knowledge you will have the power you need to capture it. Whether you are planning a marathon portrait shoot or taking to the hills for a day of landscape photography, spare PENTAX camera batteries is a vital companion for your PENTAX digital camera .

Choose the correct PENTAX battery

You can choose between genuine PENTAX batteries or replacement batteries which have been specifically manufactured to be used with PENTAX cameras. The essential thing is to check that your battery is compatible with your model of PENTAX camera, as different models require different battery sizes. Many camera batteries feature rechargeable lithium-ion technology, so you can use your battery again and again.

PENTAX: the brand

PENTAX was founded almost 100 years ago in Tokyo, 1919. The company's founder Asahi Kogaku Goshi Kaisha initially began producing lenses for optical glasses but later moved into consumer camera products. Their first camera, the Asahiflex, was launched in 1952 and since then the brand has made a name for itself as one of the largest global producers of optical products. The success of their PENTAX camera range led the company to change their name to PENTAX Corporation to celebrate their most popular and well known camera.

Since 2006, PENTAX have merged with Hoya, an optical glass making brand, and been purchased by Ricoh, who still use the PENTAX brand name for their camera products. Throughout name changes and the evolution of their company structure, one thing has remained constant - the PENTAX name is synonymous with high quality yet affordable cameras and camera accessories .

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