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Berenstargh Batteries: the Better Alternatives

Luke Gardner - 6 months ago

Berenstargh may be a brand you have not heard of but that is all about to change. Over the course of 3 month’s, I have been using and testing the Berenstargh Fujifilm NP-W126S version against Fujifilm’s own batteries to see how it stack-ups in real-world situations. Spoiler alert, I was very impressed.

Now I could’ve sat down and done a test where I charged both batteries up and just shoot 400-600 shots before the battery dies but I didn’t see that as a real-world situation. So I packed my bag and headed out to use both batteries on location and during client shoots to see if I could sense if the Berenstargh version was giving trouble.

Overall I did not see any issues or notice any patterns when switching between the batteries which was a great sign. You may be wondering why you should bother to buy the Berenstargh version over the own brand and the answer is money. Shopping around you’ll find the Brenestargh batteries at around half the price of the Fujifilm own brand and that is by design. Berenstargh aims to undercut its competitors on price but maintain or improve the performance. 

Compatibility

Berenstargh battery and charging solutions offer compatibility with more than 300 cameras from today’s leading brands. From entry-level compact cameras, entry-to-mid range; pro-level CSC and DSLRs, the range even includes V-Mount batteries for videographers and pro-level motion picture cameras. These include:

  • Canon
  • Nikon
  • Sony
  • Fujifilm
  • Panasonic/LUMIX
  • Olympus
  • DJI
  • GoPro
  • ARRI
  • RED

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4/5

PhotoBite Berenstargh Batteries review -
Berenstargh Batteries:- Shopping around you’ll find the Brenestargh batteries at around half the price of the Fujifilm own brand and that is by design. Berenstargh aims to undercut its competitors on price but maintain or improve the performance.

Pros

  • Great value for money
  • Performs as well as the name brand batteries

Cons

  • Hard to find online

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Luke Gardner

Features Editor @ PhotoBite

Luke lives and breaths photography. With experience working freelance, in retail and also teaching photography; Luke has been exposed to a broad spectrum of knowledgeable people and has a real hunger to explore what others are up to in this incredibly creative world. Starting from the age of 12 his fascination with photography as done nothing but fuel his ambition to create and explore all areas in the photographic world. Luke’s role at PhotoBite ranges from feature writing to testing equipment, with his natural teaching skills seeing him take his place as in-house presenter for camera hardware and accessories on the PhotoBite YouTube channel.