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XXX Nikon Batteries XXX

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Thought I would post this i read recently.

Nikon has detected that on rare occasions some rechargeable Li-ion batteries of the type EN-EL3 for Nikon Digital SLR cameras may become defective, resulting in overheating during recharging. In the worst case, Nikon cannot rule out the possibility that the battery could catch fire as a result of the defect.

Nikon has today added additional batch numbers to be checked by users of Nikon D50, D70 and D100 and the rechargeable Li-ion Battery EN-EL3. A full list can be found at this link

Any Nikon owners are strongly adviced to check their battery codes.
 
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