SKU: GC66-LPE12

Original Canon LP-E12 Lithium-Ion Battery Pack

The Canon LP-E12 Lithium-Ion Battery Pack for EOS-M Mirrorless Digital Camera is a rechargeable lithium-ion battery pack. It powers the EOS-M Mirrorless Digital Camera. Charge it using the Battery Charger LC-E12 (not included). Key Features - High capacity rechargeable lithium-ion type - Powers the EOS-M Mirrorless Digital Camera Specifications Type: Lithium-ion Capacity: 875 mAh Full charge @ 23°C: 230 stills, 1.5 hr video Full charge @ 0°C: 200 stills, 1.3 hr video Output Voltage: 7.2 V Dimensions (LxWxH): 3.8x3.6x0.5cm Weight: 95 grams

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The Canon LP-E12 Lithium-Ion Battery Pack for EOS-M Mirrorless Digital Camera is a rechargeable lithium-ion battery pack. It powers the EOS-M Mirrorless Digital Camera. Charge it using the Battery Charger LC-E12 (not included). Key Features - High capacity rechargeable lithium-ion type - Powers the EOS-M Mirrorless Digital Camera Specifications Type: Lithium-ion Capacity: 875 mAh Full charge @ 23°C: 230 stills, 1.5 hr video Full charge @ 0°C: 200 stills, 1.3 hr video Output Voltage: 7.2 V Dimensions (LxWxH): 3.8x3.6x0.5cm Weight: 95 grams

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