EBatts.com carries numerous replacement Canon camcorder batteries at competitive prices. Our camcorder batteries and
replacement chargers are in-stock and ready to ship out upon a customer’s order. Each camcorder battery is competitively
priced and is guaranteed to be compatible with specific Canon camcorder models. Our customer service team is ready to provide
assistance every step of the way.
OEM vs. Aftermarket Canon Camcorder Batteries
Our replacement camcorder batteries meet several certification and safety standards, such as RoHS, FCC, UL, and CE. Each
battery is made using only high-grade cells and come with a one year warranty. With safety precautions and reliability,
we’re sure to dispel the myth that OEM batteries are the only product of choice. In fact, our batteries will either meet or
exceed OEM manufacturer power specifications.
Canon Camcorder Battery Specifications
A camcorder battery’s use per charge is measured with the help of three ratings listed on the rechargeable battery: “W”
(wattage), “mAh” (milliampere-hour), and “V” (voltage). While the voltage may stay the same between your original camcorder
battery and your replacement camcorder battery, the wattage and milliampere-hour may be higher.
You will also notice that your camcorder battery is made of one of three types of materials: “Ni-Cad” (Nickel Cadmium), “NiMH”
(Nickel Metal Hydride), or “Li-Ion” (Lithium Ion). Each type of camcorder battery has advantages over the others, but all
three are universally accepted and are guaranteed to provide customers with the service they require. However, the camcorder
battery type will affect things such as charge times, life cycles, and a few other details.
For certain camcorder models, we have two kinds of batteries: the standard version, and the higher capacity version. The higher
capacity version is marked by an “H” at the end of the product’s name (ex: B-9672H), and will provide a significant boost in
camcorder battery life in comparison to the standard version, or the OEM camcorder battery.
Canon Camcorder Charge and Discharge Rates
The average time it takes to charge your Canon camcorder battery will change, depending on the type of battery. However, it
normally takes an average of one to three hours to fully charge a battery, with at least 80% capacity being reached upon the
first hour. A full charge will give your camcorder a few hours of battery life, and a total lifetime of about 500 discharge /
charge cycles, or two to three years. New advancements in battery technology in recent years are helping to create batteries
with extended battery capacities and increased charge /discharge cycles for longer battery lifetimes.
Popular Canon Camcorder Models
Popular Canon camcorder models include the A1, DC, DM E, ES, EX, FS, FV, FVM, G, GL, H, IXY, J, L, LX, MV, Optura, PV, UC, V,
VC, VIXIA, VL, VM, VR, XH, HL, XM, XV and ZR models. Find Canon camcorder batteries, camcorder chargers, adapters and
accessories for all popular Canon camcorder models.
We also carry camcorder batteries
and camcorder chargers for other manufacturers.
If you are not sure if your replacement Canon camcorder battery is compatible with your camcorder model, please contact our