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Nikon Quick charger MH-23 for M9

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get a used leica charger shouldn't be too costly anyway ~


But for testing out the Nikon quick charger, perhaps you can find a 3rd party battery for the purpose if  you feel concerned

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It might appear to fit, but the contacts are in the wrong place, so it can't work and is useless.  Did the previous owner mistakenly give you the wrong charger?

Give us an update on your situation.  

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