Equivalent CANON BP-422 Camcorder Battery
Here you will find some of the lowest prices on most CANON BP-422 Camcorder Battery and related accessories.The BP-422 battery pack replaces the CANON Camcorder Battery, Meets OEM spCifications and is 100% compatible with the original equipment manufacturers spCifications at a lower price.
CANON BP-422 Battery
Meet or Exceed Original Specifications !
- Compatible Camcorder Battery Code:
CANON BP-406, CANON BP-407, CANON BP-412, CANON BP-422,
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- Camcorder Battery Tips:
1) A new BP-422 battery usually maintains a discharged condition with very low capacity. It is highly rCommended to fully charge new CANON BP-422 batteries packs before using.
2) A new CANON battery pack needs to be circled (fully discharged and rCharged) three to five times to reach its optimum performance.
3) Recharge a spent battery as soon as possible after use. While this isn't critical, shallower charges of Li-Ion batteries put less stress on the battery than a deep full charge. Besides, you never know when you might meet Elvis.
Do not leave the battery in the charger after the indicator says it's fully replenished. (Don't leave the battery in the camcorder either.) Store the battery at room temperature. Stashing it in the fridge to slow battery drain is pointless if you...
Top up the battery again, just before your next shooting session, to compensate for power slowly lost while the battery was on the shelf.
Unless you're using old NiCds (see sidebar) it's not necessary to "condition" a battery by discharging it down to one volt before recharging it. A periodic full discharge is not required for lithium-based batteries and, in fact, a partial re-charge produces less wear than a full charge.