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  • Description du produit: Wasabi Power KIT-BTR-NPBX1-LCH-NPBX1-01
  • Tension d'entrée: 110-240 V
  • Capacité de la batterie: 1600 mAh
  • Tension des piles: 3.6 V
  • Couleur: Noir
  • Type: Auto/Indoor
  • Compatibilité: DSC-HX50V DSC-HX300 DSC-RX1 DSC-RX1R DSC-RX100 DSC-RX100 II DSC-WX300 HDR-AS10

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Descriptif technique
MarqueWasabi Power
Numéro du modèle de l'articleKIT-BTR-NPBX1-LCH-NPBX1-01
Couleur Noir
Compatibilité du périphériqueDSC-HX50V \nDSC-HX300 \nDSC-RX1 \nDSC-RX1R \nDSC-RX100 \nDSC-RX100 II \nDSC-WX300 \nHDR-AS10 \nHDR-AS15 \nHDR-AS30V \nHDR-MV1
Item dimensions L x W x H12.2 x 10.9 x 5.1 centimeter
Poids du produit180 grammes
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Date de mise en ligne sur Amazon.fr17 janvier 2014
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Description du produit

Wasabi Power Battery (2-Pack) and Charger for Sony NP-BX1, NP-BX1/M8 and Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX50V, DSC-HX300, DSC-RX1, DSC-RX1R, DSC-RX100, DSC-RX100 II, DSC-RX100M II, DSC-RX100 III, DSC-RX100M3, DSC-WX300, HDR-AS10, HDR-AS15, HDR-AS30V, HDR-AS100V, HDR-AS100VR, HDR-CX240, HDR-MV1, HDR-PJ275

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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Much lower capacity than claimed 8 décembre 2016
Par Michelle - Publié sur
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Much lower capacity than the original batteries, which is quite disappointing as they don't just claim to match the original batteries, but claim to be 30% more capacity. The first giveaway is that the battery weighs less:
Sony OEM NP-BX1: 24.6g
Wasabi 1st battery: 20.9g
Wasabi 2nd battery: 20.6g

I have a battery tester that will measure the capacity of batteries (first you fully charge the battery, then connect it to the tester, and it runs them down and measures how much output they give before dropping below a set voltage, I discharged the batteries at 1A, with cutoff voltage set at 3.0V. Setting a lower discharge rate or lower cutoff voltage would allow to squeeze a bit more power out of the batteries, but take much longer. As long as I used the same settings on all batteries, they can be compared directly against each other)
Sony OEM NP-BX1: 1180 mAh (95% of rated 1240mAh)
Wasabi 1st battery: 840 mAh (53% of rated 1600mAh)
Wasaby 2nd battery: 835 mAh (52% of rated 1600mAh)

So even though these batteries claim to be 30% bigger than the original batteries, they are actually 30% smaller! There should be a law against this sort of thing but unfortunately almost every 3rd party battery supplier lies about their capacity from what I've seen. In terms of price per capacity, these are still a way better deal than the original batteries (2 batteries and a charger for $18 vs one battery for $30), but just be aware they wont last as long so you will need to carry more of them around.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Great Solution to the Poor Battery Situation for Sony RX-1/100 26 février 2013
Par D. F. Watt - Publié sur
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One of the basic problems with the Sony RX-1 is the battery situation. By the battery situation I don't just mean the poor battery life, it's also the inconvenience of USB charging, and the lunacy of Sony making most USB chargers not work with the camera - the camera can't detect an active data line in order to allow charging - don't ask me why they did it that way, as it's absolutely crazy. The proprietary Sony charger doesn't have a data line, and some other chargers with also work with this, but any computer or laptop that is on supplies a data line, so if you try to plug your phone charger into the micro-USB port on the RX-1, it typically won't charge at all. It's one of the more infuriating pieces of design stupidity and it means that only the proprietary Sony charger will work even though the USB port is a standard USB micro connector. Additionally, one has to be concerned about the long term wear and tear on the port from endless plugging and unplugging. Plus, the stock Sony battery is absurdly overpriced, and runs out quickly, esp. if you are shooting lots of flash.

This neat charger with two additional batteries solves all of those problems because it allows you to have extra batteries and charge them outside the camera in a normal plug-in charger that Sony should have provided in the first place. Like I said, a great solution to problems that should never have been there in the first place if Sony had been paying attention. This set of issues probably applies to the Sony RX-100 as well as to the Sony RX-1.

Add to that that this has to be a best value (all of this for $16) and you get five stars, no question about it. Buy it if you have a Sony RX-1 or RX-100.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A great battery and charger deal for the money! 3 septembre 2014
Par Paul Sibley - Publié sur
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I purchased the Wasabi Power battery 2 pack charger to compliment the Sony RX 100 & the RX100miii. The package arrived on time. There were no frills to the packaging, but everything looked neat and organized. In addition to the charger and two batteries, a decent quality car/boat adapter is included, allowing you to charge while driving. There is also a European plug adapter. The charger is lightweight, but does not feel cheap or poorly produced. The batteries appear to be be well constructed and fit the battery compartment in the same fashion as the Sony battery. The charger took more than an hour, but less than hours to charge a fully depleted battery, it also works with the Sony batteries. The Wasabi brand batteries seem to last as long or a bit longer than the Sony battery. As for reports where people complain the Wasabi batteries don't communicate how much power they have remaining, I don't think that is unique to their brand of batteries. The Sony power meter seems to often be "catch as catch can". I carry the Sony RX100 everywhere, (the best camera is the one you have with you, and while i love my iPhone camera it isn't enough for my tastes.) and I shoot 30 to 100 shots per week. Not a day goes by when I am not taking at least a few shots with it. I am also a user of the electronic viewfinder and the wireless function, I mention this as they are power intensive chores for the battery and I average a week and a half between charges. I say all of this because when I swap between the Sony battery and the Wasabi branded batteries I can tell no difference in the experience and I can't say that for every non manufacturer battery I've purchased in the past. This Wasabi battery deal is outstanding bang for the buck.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 cheap, battery mah rating is a total lie. 6 novembre 2016
Par Bunthoeun Has - Publié sur
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I bought about 6 of these batteries. Good thing they are cheap....thats the only good thing I can say about them. Its labeled as 1600mah but thats a lie, its more like 1000mah at most. Some of the batteries I got seems to be around 800mah. Charging a li-ion is finicky which is why I am so glad I bought a hobby charger instead which charged the li-ion properly with 3 stages, sure it takes 3 hours but being an electronic hobbyist I am rather anal on batteries. Constant current charge, saturation charge and then termination mode. The official sony bx1 battery charges to exactly 1100mah everytime and its rated at 1240mah, not much of a discrepancy. I used my sony as200v and fdrx3000 and all my wasabi batteries lasted at most 75% as long as the official sony bx1. Good thing these are cheap otherwise the other 25% that it shouldve matched or bested the sony bx1 makes this battery the case of "always but the official products"
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Lower Capacity Than Claimed 10 mai 2017
Par FrayAdjacent - Publié sur
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Thinking back, I'm pretty sure I've used some Wasabi Power batteries in other devices. They're not bad batteries.

These ones, though, are definitely lower capacity than the OEM battery. OEM is labeled as 1245mAh. The Wasabi batteries are labeled as 1600mAh, which should be about 25% more. You'd expect more life out of 'em, right?

I tested with a Sony FDR-X3000 with the following settings:
1080p 30FPS
Wifi & Bluetooth OFF
Stabilization ON
Sitting on a desk in moderate light (so the stabilization wouldn't be too active)

OEM battery recorded for 2 hours and 41-ish minutes.

The Wasabi batteries (both) recorded for around 1 hour and 41 minutes.

I recharged all of the batteries in the camera and repeated, and got results within a few minutes.

So they are usable batteries, and the little 2-battery charger with a microUSB input is very handy, but the batteries do not last as long as OEM batteries.
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