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Brand: Quantaray
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Quantaray video batteries are an inexpensive alternative to the high cost of spare or replacement video batteries. They are made to precise standards and are fully compatible with each of the video cameras that they are designed for. Try any Quantaray video battery and you'll see that it fits neatly into place on both your camera and on your battery charger, that it charges smoothly and feeds your camera with even, consistent voltage for solid performance. Quantaray guarantees these batteries to retain their full-recharge capacity for LIFE! and backs that guarantee with an over-the-counter exchange policy, if you live near a Ritz camera or an exchange-by-mail policy, if you don't. The QC-4000S can replace the following video batteries: Sony NPA 55 & NP-55, NP-55H, NP-60D, NP_65, NP-66, NP-66H, NP-68D, NP-77, NP-77H, NP-77HD, NP-80, NP-80D, NP-90, NP-90D, NP-98, NP-98D, NP-99, CNP-C65, NP-588
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Avg. Customer Rating:
1 star
(based on 1 review)
Quantary QC-4000S Falls Short
By PhilVerified Purchaser from Argyle, TX on 3/31/2009
Easy to Install
Loses Charge Quickly
Best Uses:
Power Equipment
Describe Yourself:
Pro Photographer
Bottom Line:
No, I would not recommend this to a friend

Comments about Quantaray Quantaray QC-4000S 6volt, 4.0 AmpHour NiMH Video Battery:

I acquired a Quantaray QC-4000S through Ritz Camera. [...]I'm a videographer. I have to have a good light to help illuminate things when the lights are low. My current batteries need to be replaced, so I searched the Web for a replacement. At [$], the price was right. Maybe that should have been my first clue, but it wasn't. The battery didn't seem to take long to charge. That should probably have been my second clue. The packaging and the website advertised the battery as a 4-hour battery. Alas! when the time came to actually use the battery, the light shone brightly for around 15 minutes. But, after that time, the battery steadily lost strength. Fortunately, I had a spare light and battery. I switched, the event was saved and I returned the battery.Did I get a bad battery? I'm not sure. [...] I would recommend calling the company and having the return policy explained, so you get it right the first time. Otherwise, it could be a painful process.

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