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| p.2 #2 · p.2 #2 · Those of your who don't do 3rd party batteries |
AA's are "dumb" batteries - they just provide power and that's it. Therefore, even a crappy one would work fine on the MB-D10 tray and there would be zero risk. The en-el3e/4a/15 on the other hand, have chips/electronics in them that communicate with the camera. There is a bigger chance that the 3rd party ones would create issues with Nikon bodies (as some people have already experienced)
Also on a financial standpoint, you've already spent $3K on the body, what's $30 more to get te authentic Nikon battery?
not exactly. crap AA batts can and do at times crap in your device. generally by the chemistry leaking and corroding the interior of you battery compartment especially your contacts.