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Digital Camcorder Replacement Battery 7.4V 2800mAh for Canon BP-422

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This is a rechargeable digital camcorder battery for Canon BP422. The Canon digital camcorder battery features high capacity and li-ion rechargeable battery with premium cell. It is the best replacement for the original Canon BP422 battery. This digital camcorder battery is a good choice for you! A must for all digital camcorder buyers. Ultra high capacity longer lasting li-ion battery. No memory effect, or fully drain your battery before charging. Battery capacity indicator correctly.
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  • Specifications:

    • 100% new high quality replacement battery pack
    • Equivalent to the original manufactured version
    • Chargeable even if it has not been used up yet
    • Best replacement for the original Canon BP422 battery
    • Time to get extra power for your digital video camcorder
    • No memory effect
    • Type: Li-ion battery
    • Voltage: 7.4V
    • Capacity: 2800mAh
    • Compatible with: Canon MVX10i Canon IXY DV Canon IXY DV 2 Canon Optura 300 Canon DM-MV3 Series DM-MV3 DM-MV3i DM-MV3MC DM-MV3iMC Canon DM-MV4 Series DM-MV4 DM-MV4i DM-MV4iMC Canon Elura 2 Series Elura 2 Elura 2MC Canon Elura 10 Series Elura 10 Elura 10MC Canon Elura 20 Series Elura 20 Elura 20MC Canon MV3 Series (EUR) MV3 MV3MC MV3i MV3iMC Canon MV4 Series MV4 MV4i MV4iMC Canon IXY DVM2 Series IXY DVM2 IXY DVM2-V


    Sanger SANGER Digital Camcorder Replacement Battery 7.4V 2800mAh for Canon BP-422

    • High capacity and rechargeable Li-ion battery with premium cell 


    • Time to get extra power for your digital video camcorder 

    What are the Symptoms of a Dead DV Camcorder Battery?

    • Unless you have access to AC power in any situation, having a charged camcorder battery is critical to the ability to record video in many situations, such as your child's school play or soccer game. Most camcorders come with a rechargeable lithium ion battery that is good for an hour's worth of recording; often, you can also buy an extended life battery good for anywhere from three to seven hours of recording. However, batteries do eventually wear out

    Initial Symptoms:

    • It is hard to initially tell when a camcorder battery is starting to die, but one of the most common symptoms is decreased recording time. If you think you have a fully charged battery, but can only record for 30 minutes, the battery may be in the process of dying. However, in these situation, it may be possible that you didn't charge the battery enough; you may have also used it under power-draining conditions, such as cold weather. Therefore, it is important to start to track how much recording time you are getting from each charge

    Battery Bar:

    • Most camcorders have a battery bar in the viewfinder that will tell you how much your battery is charged. If the charger is green and indicates your battery is fully charged, but it doesn't show full strength upon putting it into the camcorder, your battery may be starting to die

    False Charging:

    • False charging can be another symptom of a dead battery. If you leave the battery on the charger overnight, but don't get a decent amount of time recording once you've re-inserted it into the camcorder, it is time to replace the battery

    Don't Overcharge:

    • Don't try to overcharge your batteries; remove them from the charger when the charger says they are charged. Leaving them on to try to maintain the charge, or to give what is a dying battery a full charge, can damage both the battery and charger

    Checking Death:

    • At a certain point, the camcorder battery simply won't charge. When this happens, replace it. If you are unsure of whether or not this is the case for your situation, plug in the camcorder to your AC power. If it still works, but the battery still won't turn it on, then the battery is dead. The one caveat to this is that sometimes, rarely, a charger will go bad, so if you get a new battery, charge it and then it doesn't work, the charger is probably bad

    If your battery met any of the circumstances above, you should change a new one

    Package Included:

    • 1 x SANGER Digital Camcorder Replacement Battery 7.4V 2800mAh for Canon BP-422

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Product FAQs
  • How should I charge my battery the first time?
  • For the first 3 charge cycles, a new battery should be fully charged before being used and then allowed to fully discharge before recharging.  This will help ensure a true "full charge" of the battery during the first few cycles and will condition the battery for optimal performance.  Proper conditioning of a new NiMH battery is critical to achieving optimal performance.  While less critical for Lithium-ion batteries, proper conditioning will provide benefits to new Lithium-ion batteries.  Note that when a new battery is first charged, it is not unusual for the battery to show a full charge after only a short period of time.  If this occurs, keep the battery on the charger overnight to help ensure a true full charge.  Removing the battery momentarily from the charger and then replacing it may also help. 

  • How long does it take to fully charge a battery ?
  • The time required to charge a battery depends on the battery type, the capacity of the battery, and the type of charger being used.  A higher mAh battery will take longer to charge than a lower mAh battery.  In general, it will take 3-4 hours to "rapid charge" a battery to the 80% level, and an additional 8 hours to "slow or trickle" charge a battery to the 100% level.  A good approach is to charge your battery overnight for about 12 hours. 

  • Will overcharging my battery hurt it ?
  • Yes, overcharging a battery causes it to overheat and can result in damage to the battery, causing degraded performance and eventual failure.  As a general rule, do not charge a battery for more than 24 hours.

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