The wife got me an Evo Pro 3 Gimbal for a GoPro Hero5. Unit comes with rechargeable batteries (IMR 18650 2000mAh 3.7V) with a charger of questionable quality.
Their website indicates that these are: ICR or IMR high drain batteries rated equivalent to 10A minimum current draw. Essentially, I was wondering if I can use longer lasting batteries (i.e., 3000mah vs. 2000mah) that are also 3.7V, but have a higher amperage (such as 30A vs. their reported 10A "minimum current draw"). Both batteries would also be labelled as "IMR." My experience thus far is that the batteries received with the unit drain extremely fast, within 30-40 minutes of gimbal use.
Not an electronics guy, and could really use some advise. Don't want to buy a pair of rechargeable batteries only to ruin this X-mas gift.
An example of same battery parameters, except for the amperage draw.
Thanks in advance!