Great Deal on Sony NP-FW50 Lithium-Ion Batteries in Bulk Packaging

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If you shoot with Sony a7 series cameras you’re going to want to carry a few spare batteries to get you through a full day of shooting. I always recommend using genuine Sony NP-FW50 Lithium-Ion Batteries in your Sony E-mount camera.

Here’s a great deal on genuine Sony NP-FW50 Lithium-Ion Rechargeable Battery (7.4V, 1020mAh, Bulk Packaging) (Order Here $29.95). Buying in bulk packaging will save you $20 off the $49.95 street price.

You can also save on a bulk packaging version of Sony BC-VW1 Battery Charger for $24.95.

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Sony BC-VW1 Battery Charger for W Series Battery (Bulk Packaging) (Order Here $24.95)
 

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12 thoughts on “Great Deal on Sony NP-FW50 Lithium-Ion Batteries in Bulk Packaging”

  1. Question Brian. What is the difference between the “normal” packaging and “bulk” packaging that warrants a $20 decrease in price? Is there a required minimum purchase number or can you just one?

    Thanks

  2. So just bought 4 of these bulk pricing batteries for my a7rII and the first one I put in after charging for about 2 hours powers the camera but the battery indicator is orange with a line through it?? It is powering the camera but does not give charge info or anything? Any ideas? When i use the non-bulk batteries that came with the camera they are white and provide charge data on the battery inserted.

    1. I’ve never seen this but it’s possible you got a bad battery. You should send it back.

      These batteries were manufactured by Sony for Hasselblad Lunar cameras to the same specs as batteries for Sony cameras.

  3. Brian, will these bulk batteries fit the Sony RX 10 M3?

    I have some that will fit the Sony a55, but are an unacceptable snug fit in my RX 10’s and I’ve had the pry them out with a small blade. Please advise.

    1. Bulk batteries are essentially the same batteries included with cameras without the fancy packaging. I have a pretty even mix of both type of batteries. They all work fine in every camera I own. I don’t have a RX10 III but they fit fine in a pair of RX10 II that I own. I’m not certain snug is a bad thing…

      1. SNUG is a bad thing when I have to pry the battery out with a metal object! However, I’ll go with your recommendation, and will let you know the results. Thanks for your input. –Bill

        1. Brian, are you sure this is a genuine Sony battery. From the picture shown it does not appear to be.

  4. Hi Brian,

    Does this battery perform well for video recording because I use it for photography and sold already but worry the customers complaints it’s fake and not genuine.

    Do you have any info about this battery for video test?

    Thank you Brian.

    Appreciated.

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