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Jonathansm

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Aug 10, 2011
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I am going to be getting a battery grip for my 60d. I have two batteries one is the OEM battery 180mAh and I have another battery that 2600mAh. Is that going to cause any problems?
 

Prodo123

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Nov 18, 2010
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I am going to be getting a battery grip for my 60d. I have two batteries one is the OEM battery 180mAh and I have another battery that 2600mAh. Is that going to cause any problems?

As long as the voltage is the same, then there'll be no problem.
the milliampere-hour value only signifies the total capacity of the battery. The device can drain the battery at its own pace, so only the voltage matters.
 
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mulo

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Aug 22, 2010
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also if your non oem battery doesn't have a chip installed in it, the camera won't know how much battery is left
 
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