My first Nikon D3200 and Mh-24 chargers
When I picked up my first Nikon D3200, I was surprised at the length of time that I was able to get out of the battery that came along with the unit. Even though I could go an entire day without charging the unit, it was still nice that I could bring my new charger a long so that I was not worried whether or not I could charge the battery in a pinch. The MH-24 charger is small, lightweight and should fit into any of the pockets on your camera bag. It can be plugged into any outlet and will easily charge the EN-EL14 Li-Ion battery. The charger will quick charge your battery so you can put in back into use as soon as possible. If you have two separate batteries, you can charge them at different times and always have a full one to use.
The new charger from Nikon is compatible with the Nikon D3100 SLR and the P7000 digital cameras. The charger is fast, ultra portable and could be over of them better chargers on the market for this type of battery. It might seem like a lot when you pay for the charger outright, buy you are getting the most for your buck without any double. Many placed an order to ask questions like “Does this charger plug into a wall outlet?” The short answer is that it will fit into your wall outlet and charge the battery. This is very good since you’re hoping to get more for your camera. Even if you are dedicated Canon equipment, you can still take a look at how Nikon is innovating when it comes to the battery charger.
The new charger allows for you to add versatility to your portfolio, while at the same time allowing you to make the executive on what camera and other equipment to finish up. I am excited to see how fast my new charger works, but in the meantime, I am reading the reviews posted online and the major feature that many commented on has to do with the fold down plug in receptacle The plug moves and twists in such a way that should have a few issues getting the charger to work for you, the one they are selling here on BestCFCards has a detachable cord, this is good for a number of reasons; the cords wear out! lets face it, they really do, nice to replace the cord and not the charger later on, and the plugs are often very different in other countries, the charger is fine in higher voltages but if you can't plug it into the wall, you are in trouble, having the ability to exchange the cords and replace them when and if they wear out is a big advantage