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I recently bought a Canon Ex EE (1967) but there isn't a battery. I read from the manual that it used PX625(1.35V) but there isn't any available now. I do not want to buy zinc-air cells. There are PX 625A(1.5V) and LR44 also 1.5V available. If I use these are they harmful to my camera, such as burning the circuit board? If not then which one is better?

  • You might want to ask at Electronics.SE. Sounds like it would be right up their alley. – FreeMan Mar 11 '15 at 12:05
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There's technical information here about the various substitutes available that give you more options. The page lists several substitutes with information about availability as well as technical information regarding voltage stability.

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    Would you be able to summarise the contents of the link here? We generally frown on link-only answers. Thanks! – Philip Kendall Mar 11 '15 at 11:55
  • There's not much to summarise - the page lists several substitutes with availability and technical information regarding voltage stability. – Darkhausen Mar 11 '15 at 12:14

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