Capacity (amount of potential energy) is theoretical in that certain operation aspects can prevent you from accessing it or having it degrade in time. In digital cameras, many operate off two batteries and will shut down operation if the voltage drops below some minimum value when operating hard (i.e. with flash on). With these points in mind, here's a summary:Title says everything ...
Would I get a better runtime with the SANYO ENELOOPs than with the DURACELL AA 2650mAh??
They do have c&d cell lsd batteries.Sort of have to add to what has been said.
I don't have a single 2300+ NON-LSD NimH battery left.
I have from 1600 to 2200 that will still have 1.2V after a month or more. NONE of the 2500 I had (and we are talking 36 or more) would have ANYTHING after a month.
If you are going to use the 2650 very soon after charging (and bedsides running a flashlight hard I don't know what use that would be) then fine.
But I use LSD NimH in a few incandescent lights that I like to work when I pick them up. And mostly I use them 2 a day in my Garmin GPS.
If they'd do C and D cell LSD that would be the bees knees!