Posted on 1/25/2010 9:33:00 PM
The Comer with the large battery is about 3 oz heavier than the NRG.
I added a CTO gel so the Comer would match my NRG.
I tried using the Comer as it came, but the light looked a little blue compared to my NRG. Adding the CTO gel made them match perfectly.
The NP-F770 battery is about 3oz less than the NP-F970 battery. Then using the NP-F770 battery on the Comer will weigh the same as the NRG.
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