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Sony Camera Battery

Replacement or spare camera batteries for your camera bag are a must when travelling with your photography equipment. Whether your Sony camera battery has started to deplete quicker and you're looking for a replacement, or you simply need a spare to use up against your primary power supply, you'll find batteries compatible with your camera at relatively affordable prices.

The Sony camera battery range

Rechargeable replacement and spare batteries for Sony cameras are available for many models of Sony camera. These high quality lithium-ion batteries offer hours of use before recharging becomes necessary. Camera batteries are available for a whole host of Sony models and can be branded or a generic compatible version .

For the Sony Handycam, the NP-FV70, NP-F570 and NP-FH70 rechargeable camera battery packs are ideal to keep in your camera kit as a spare or replacement. These lithium-ion batteries offer 100+ hours of use after 2-3 hours of charging on a compatible mains operated battery charging dock.

Duracell offer a wide range of batteries compatible with many models of Sony camera. These make ideal, long-lasting, rechargeable replacements batteries for Sony NP-FW50, NP-BX1, NP-FH30, NP-FH40, NP-FH50, NP-FD1, NP-BD1 and many more.

Duracell Sony replacement batteries are compatible with an extensive range of Sony cameras and camcorders, including Sony NEX, Alpha, CyberShot, and DSC series cameras.

Sony issued li-ion batteries can be found for a wide range of Sony digital camera models including NEX, Alpha, HandyCam and Cyber Shot.

Genuine Sony batteries offer a high grade Lithium-Ion battery built to give years of use before needing to be replaced (depending on usage). These batteries charge within 2-3 hours and give over 100+ hours of camera time, ensuring you never miss that perfect photo opportunity.

As with all camera batteries and accessories, always check compatibility with your particular model of Sony camera before purchasing replacement items.

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