Robert E. Seastrom
rs at seastrom.com
Tue Jul 13 11:14:06 CDT 2010
Zinc-Air hearing aid batteries won't last long (weeks to a couple of
months) but they are *dirt cheap* and don't contain any hazmat.
That's what I like about the adaptor.
Frank Gentges <fgentges at mindspring.com> writes:
> I have a Canon FT, SLR, which uses the type 625 mercury battery. I
> found one seller that has a zinc-air battery that has very similar
> voltage but.....
> The zinc-air is activated by pulling a little piece of tape off the
> cell that lets air in to start the chemistry. I do not think the cell
> lasts very long once activated.
> Batteries Plus is selling a Duracell photo battery type PX625ABPK
> which lists as fitting Canon cameras.
> Rob found a site selling a type PR44 cell with a machined adapter to
> fit where the 625 used to fit. I kinda like this as it solves the
> problem forever more.
> I am going by my favorite battery store, Walmart, and see what they have.
> So many choices......
> Frank K0BRA
> On 7/13/2010 9:15 AM, Tom Azlin N4ZPT wrote:
>> NRAO ???
>> I have an old Cannon SLR film camera and lenses. Perhaps I will dust
>> them off and make sure they are working. Hope to not have a problem
>> finding the battery!
>> 73, tom n4zpt
>> On 7/12/2010 8:22 PM, wb5mmb wrote:
>>> Note the part about cameras.
>>> Tacos mailing list
>>> Tacos at amrad.org
>> Tacos mailing list
>> Tacos at amrad.org
> Tacos mailing list
> Tacos at amrad.org
More information about the Tacos