As a follow-up to my post from yesterday, let me back up a little and set the stage for a multi-faceted question, in the hope that perhaps someone will know some of (or ideally all of) the answers.
a radio signal an infra-red signal and when mounted on your camera, pressing the shutter, trips the sensor in the ST-E2 which in turn fires the flash.
- Can a Lithium battery be charged in a charger built for NiMH batteries?
- Is the 2CR5 format capable of being produced as a NiMH battery?
- If so, what type of time frame are we looking at before something like a NiMH 2CR5 is available in the marketplace?
If the NiMH 2CR5 is something that will likely come to pass…it may be a good idea for me to use disposable batteries in the interim. Otherwise, I will have to adjust my battery purchases to include a NiMH system and a Lithium system. I would love to hear what any readers happen to think on this, so please feel free to make a post in the comments, or as always, you can email me.
Meanwhile, have a great weekend. Happy shooting and watch those apertures!