This comment applies to camera Lithium Ion batteries in general.
Based on personal experience, clone batteries CAN be about as good as a genuine one, but may not be.
Weight should be similar.
Low weight is definitely fake but correct weight may be fake too.
Capacity should be as good as claimed from new. This is not trivial to determine but also not too too hard. If you have a genuine and suspect battery then.
- Charge both fully.
- Apply a load not above what camera may take. 1A is usually safe depending on battery capacity. Usually Imax in mA = mAh capacity is safe. eg a 1600 mAh battery can be safely run at 1600 mA. Usually. Lower is safer.
For 1 Amp R = V/I.
For 1 cell battery Voc ~+ 4.2V. R ~+ 4.2 Ohm, say 4.7 Ohm.
For 2 cell battery Voc ~+ 8.4V. R+= 8.2 ohm = standard value.
Power = 4W for 1 cell and 8W for 2 cell so use 5W & 10W power resistors respectively.
Then: Plot voltage with time curves. Every 5 minutes is OK. Cup of coffee, book, times. Don't forget the timer!.
A genuine battery should track the original close enough. Time where voltage starts to plunge quite rapidly indicates capacity.
DO NOT discharge 1 cell batteries under 3V or 2 cell batteries under 6V.
Lifetime much affected by over discharge.