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    Flash power.

    Hi all, trying to find out the best type of rechargeable battery's to power a SB600.

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    I like Powerex, or Sony Eneloops. I also use Duracells.
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    You will get many avaried responses to this question.

    I use the Varta 2500 mah ones in my flashes, very happy with their performance
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    I use imedions in my SB900's and they work great, fast recycle and really impressive life.

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    my 580exii uses Powerex (and Imedion as stored back-up if the others go flat)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scotty72 View Post
    my 580exii uses Powerex (and Imedion as stored back-up if the others go flat)

    Treat them well and you will not regret their purchase.
    Use exactly the same in my 430EXII and I couldn't be happier .
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    Thank you all, now off to town to have a look.

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    another supporter of Powerex here.

    I also have a set of Sony Eneloops floating around for emergencies...

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    Powerex off Servaas (incedently also a forum advertiser).
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    always eneloops for me
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