An exact replacement for older mercury PX625 and PX13 exposure batteries. Unlike the common alkaline replacements, these are the only batteries to have an accurate 1.35 volt rating to allow older camera meters to expose film correctly. Beware of using improper 1.5V Alkaline batteries which may cause drastic exposure errors (usually by a few stops).
Examine your camera to see if there is a small, screw off cap about the size of a quarter covering a circular battery compartment. A removable lid concealing a circular battery compartment or plastic, slide out battery tray are other methods used by manufacturers to house exposure batteries.
Contains one battery per package. Most camera meters require two batteries to function.
- Voltage Output: 1.35V DC
- Compatibility: An exact replacement for older, banned PX625 and PX13 mercury exposure batteries.
- Cell Type: Zinc-Air. Safe for the environment.
- Contents: One battery per package. Most cameras require two batteries for exposure meter to function.
Instructions: Remove tape backing from battery to activate voltage output. Replace tape backing to put batteries back to sleep (extending battery life).