The Nikon EN-EL 18c Rechargeable Battery has a capacity of 2500mAh, an output of 10.8V, and 27Wh. Also, the battery can charge within the MH-26a or MH-26aAK chargers, and it can be used as a replacement battery for the Nikon D5, D4S, and the D4.
- Compatible with Select Cameras
- Spare or Replacement Battery
- Charges in MH-26a or MH-26aAK Chargers
Nikon EN-EL18c Overview
Nikon EN-EL18c Specs
|Battery Capacity||2500 mAh / 27 Wh|
|Output Voltage||10.8 VDC|
|Package Weight||0.45 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||3.6 x 2.4 x 1.9"|
Nikon EN-EL18c Reviews
Great way to power your camera
I decided to try this within a battery grip and really appreciate the added power to increase the fps with the camera set in CH and the extended shooting time.
no surprises here
This battery charged up just as it should and works perfectly.
powering My D850
It does what I expected. The extra frame rate on the D850 and the extended battery life extends the D850 making it a great backup to my Z9. Oh, and it can power the Z9 if the EN-EL18d gets too low.
This is the most powerful Camera Battery I've ever seen. Still going strong after extended use that would drain lesser Batteries. Charges in 4 hrs. or less & connects quickly to my D850 in the MB-D18 grip. Worth the investment.
I needed an extra battery and cover for my D850
Fantastic Nikon Power & Great B & H Service
The new battery to replace my old model 18a was easy to find. B & H had many in stock. The ordering process was quick. Thanks for the free shipping, and even though it was sent by ground, it arrived in just 2 days. Plenty of time to charge it up and be ready for my next photo job. Always happy with Nikon quality products, and the excellent and precise service of B & H.
Nikon EN-EL 18c would not charge
Initially the NIKON EN-EL 18c battery wouldn't accept a charger with the Watson D-3416 charger. After several repeated failed attempts to charge the new battery I decided to use it with the limited charge it came with. I had read a long time ago that these 'new' batteries (including Nikon and others brands) would probably have been setting in storage for long time and would loose their 'memory' on how to accept a charge. After I used the 'new' Nikon battery continually for 10 minutes on a short video shoot with the charge it came with I put it in the Watson charger ( the Nikon charger would likely have charged it as well ). The battery fully charged. I have not used the battery at this point but will shortly. It seems that these 'new' camera batteries will not take a charge out of the box. They need to be used a bit before they will accept a charge.
It charged up right away and has powered my new D850 nicely.
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