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Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On August - 15 - 2021

How to Keep Your DSLR Battery Last Longer

How to Keep Your DSLR Battery Last Longer



For your camera, a battery is like the heart inside our body and there will be a situation where we need a strategy to save your camera digital’s battery life longer. For instance, when you plan to go to places with no electricity and we just bring with us one limited back up battery for mountain hiking or going to outlying village with no electricity. Or when you shoot important moments and suddenly the indicator of your shows your camera’s battery starts to run out when the event is actually far from its end. Or when we forget to bring the charger or back up battery and it is impossible for you to buy a new one. In these kinds of situations, there are some tips you can follow to make your battery save more power and last longer. As long as your camera producer does not use sun panel for their camera, you may use these 7 steps below in order to keep the battery consuming lower, except when you actually want to get home earlier. Read the rest of this entry »

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