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I have 16 Eneloops for my 580ex2 as well as spares in case my canon packs die on short notice, I use the supplied AA tray with the grip for the 7d to continue the anarchy, I think they are great, and people who say they arent worth the $$$ either haven't used them, or got hard dun by them and have a grudge towards them, either way, I think negative comments related to Rechargeable batteries especially eneloops to be a crock of ****, they are good and worth every penny.

Some are better than others, read up on a few different brands to see which best suits your needs.
    
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NiMh. High capacity, long lasting. Lithium is a joke.
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I have used lithium batteries both CONUS and in Afghanistan. Not only are they lightweight, but they last for-ever--even in an austere environment. Easily available and not prohibitively expensive, they outlast everything else.

How long do lithiums last? Long enough that when they finally run dry, I forget when I installed them.

Powered by lithium in a (hot, desert) combat zone:

LED flashlight
Incandescent flashlight
Camera

Now the $1M question: What battery technology would I use if my life depended on it?

The answer: Off-the-shelf Lithium.
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