Dear fellow forum members - this is a desperate call for help.
I am currently in the process of shipping a Mamiya ZD DSLR.
Unfortunately the package has been returned Today as rejected by the local transport company as the package includes batteries.
The local officials in charge do not specifically reject batteries included in the package per se, but demand a written proof, that the Li-Ion batteries included with the Mamiya ZD are complying to the latest revision of the Air Transportation Rules regarding batteries (they do, I just need the proof in written form of a test certificate).
Usually the manufacturer issues such a document (likely within the items users manual appendix), but I do not have such with the second hand camera + battery.
Can anybody share their experiences regarding this?
I am now at the point, where I either have to ship the package back without batteries or ship the batteries in a separate package by sea freight (2 month lead time).
The battery in question is:
MAMIYA ZD BA701
Help, please …