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Canon NB-12L Battery for Canon PowerShot G1 X MK II and Canon PowerShot N100

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Canon NB-12L Battery for Canon PowerShot G1 X MK II

The Genuine Canon NB-12L is compatible with the Canon PowerShot G1 X MK II and Canon PowerShot N100 cameras and comes with a cap to protect the terminals.

The battery features 3.6V of output power, a capacity of 1910mAh, a rating of 6.8Wh and has a charge time of approx 3 hours.

This Canon NB-12L Lithium-Ion Battery for Canon PowerShot G1 X MK II and Canon PowerShot N100 comes with a full warranty in Australia. Pop into our Gold Coast camera store & warehouse or order online. #CamerasDirect, happily helping you take a better #photo and being at your service. Thank you.

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Name Canon NB-12L Battery for Canon PowerShot G1 X MK II and Canon PowerShot N100
Manufacturer Part Number 9513B001
Manufacturer Canon
Special Price $96.80
Product Type Battery
Battery Model NB-12L
Originality Genuine
Compatible Cameras PowerShot G1 X MK II, PowerShot N100
Voltage 3.6v
Battery Capacity 1910mAh
Battery Type Rechargeable Lithium-Ion
Warranty Period 12 Months

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