Digital Camera Batteries

Written by James Lyons
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Digital camera batteries can be frustrating, especially if they don't carry a fair amount of juice. Some batteries take three hours to charge and then give you less than an hour of use. Fortunately, companies making digital camera batteries are improving their product lines and generating better batteries for their customers. When looking for a good digital camera, make sure the camera comes with a decent battery.

Digital camera batteries are notorious for running out of power. The one frustrating thing about owning a digital camera is its battery consumption. My camera has an LCD screen which consumes batteries faster than I consume a hot dog. LCD screens are great to have and I fully recommend you buying a camera that comes with one. You should know, however, that these screens are also amp-hungry features that will kill your batteries.

Rechargeable Digital Camera Batteries

I also recommend getting rechargeable digital camera batteries. Given the power-sucking capability of digital cameras, it only makes sense to get rechargeable batteries and a battery charger. Contrary to popular belief, these items are not cumbersome products that take up a chunk of space. Modern day battery chargers and battery packs are small and sleek.

This will save you money in the long run. Digital cameras are known for eating up batteries in a day. As you probably know, batteries are not cheap, especially when you have to buy them all the time. A good battery charger will only run you about $70, but that money will come back to you in a big way.

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