This is good, but 200mA is still high for an AA!http://www.batteryshowdown.com/results-lo.html
but at 9mA HT or 25mA to 30mA series (5 in 7.5V pack or 6 in a PP9) the Alkaline and Zinc Carbon (or Chloride) mAH capacity is dramatically better, esp the basic Zinc, but "lithium" and NiMH no improvement as they are low resistance.
Here is estimation of 65mA and 200mA. At 9mA (larger 67V, 85V 90V or 120V HT packs) the Alkaline moves closer to Lithium and Zinc Carbon / Zinc Chloride near identical and about 1/2 life of Alkaline.
The "higher" performance types of Zinc Chloride is no better than Zinc Carbon at very low drain (progressively more so less than 70, totally true at 10mA).
The "higher" performance types of Alkaline or "lithium" 1.5V are no advantage either over ordinary Alkaline at all as you go less than 50mA, certainly very much at 20mA for AA or 10mA for AAA
Energiser, ordinary Panasonic, Duracell Alkaline are no advantage over "generic Alkaline. Special Panasonic or Energiser "Lithium" only give significantly better life where current drain is so high that NiMH Rechargeable cells are better choice. (Tesco DAB Radios, Digital Cameras etc).