Watson NP-95 Lithium-Ion Battery Pack (3.7V, 1200mAh)

BH #WANP95 • MFR #B-2104
Watson
Watson NP-95 Lithium-Ion Battery Pack (3.7V, 1200mAh)
Key Features
  • Replacement for Fujifilm NP-95
  • Replacement for Ricoh DB-90
The Watson NP-95 Lithium-Ion Battery Pack works with the same cameras as the Fujifilm NP-95 and Ricoh DB-90. This replacement battery pack features a capacity of 1200mAh, 3.7V of output power and 4.4 watt-hours. Small and lightweight, lithium-ion batteries can be charged or discharged at any time without developing memory effect.
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Watson NP-95 Overview

The Watson NP-95 Lithium-Ion Battery Pack works with the same cameras as the Fujifilm NP-95 and Ricoh DB-90. This replacement battery pack features a capacity of 1200mAh, 3.7V of output power and 4.4 watt-hours. Small and lightweight, lithium-ion batteries can be charged or discharged at any time without developing memory effect.

Compatible Cameras

    Fujifilm:
  • FinePix F30
  • FinePix F31fd
  • FinePix Real 3D W1
  • FinePix X100
  • X-S1
    Ricoh:
  • GXR
UPC: 847628543140

Watson NP-95 Specs

Battery
Capacity (Wh)4.4 Wh
Amp-Hours1200 mAh
ChemistryLithium-Ion
Output Voltage3.7 VDC
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.135 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5.6 x 3.5 x 0.95"
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