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“My photography for National Geographic takes me all over the world, and while it's always a great adventure, it's also a lot of work. So I'm always sure to pack Energizer Ultimate Lithium batteries. On average, I'd say I use 600 AA lithium batteries a year – that would be more than 4800 AA alkaline batteries! That's a lot fewer batteries for a lot more photos (and a lot less I have to pack and carry.)”

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You never know where or when that great shot will come, so always be ready with the ultimate in battery performance. Energizer® Ultimate Lithium last up to 8x longer in digital cameras*, so you’ll get more shots and use fewer batteries, making up to 8x less waste**. With the ability to withstand extreme conditions, 15 year storage life, and leak resistant construction, they’re perfect for wherever your photography adventures take you.


*versus Energizer® MAX®, results vary by camera.
** use less batteries, create less waste

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The Galaway Inn was alive with Irish music, packed wall to wall with people and like all Irish pubs, very dark. My Energizer-powered flash units lit up the scene—the musicians kept playing, the energy was fantastic, the action never let up and my camera outlasted us all.

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