Digital Camera Batteries & Battery Chargers
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Camera Battery Guide
If you are looking for a new digital camera battery for your SLR or point and shoot, there are many items to consider before jumping right into the purchase. At batteries.com we want to make sure you have all the information you need before buying so you get the camera battery that's right fir you at a price you'll love. You may even find that the battery you have will get the job done a little longer with the right camera battery life tips.
What's in a Digital Camera Battery
To maximize the battery life of your camera it helps to know a little more about the battery itself. Your Kodak or Sony camera battery is very similar in nature to a set of standard lithium batteries that you might use around the house. It's makeup is mostly chemicals housed within a plastic casing.
Camera Battery Life
The electronics within your rechargeable camera battery will work with your camera system to regulate how much and how often battery power is consumed. This is why so much of your battery life can be determined by what settings you have in place.
A digital camera will often have fewer and smaller moving parts than a typical video camera. Battery life is still, however, draw to control the aperature and lens actions. Most battery power, though, is reserved for the display screen and the flash, both of which can consume a majority of your power.
That's why one of the keys to maintaining a full and healthy battery life is in how you manage these items. Keep your camera screen dimmed or off if you are running low on power, and whenever possible, rely on natural lighting instead of the flash.
Camera Battery Care
Like most other electronic devices, water can severely damage a rechargeable battery. If your camera or battery should come into contactwith water, remove it immediately and take the battery out of the camera. Dry off any water from all exposed areas and store it in a bag of dry rice to help absorb any remaining moisture. After roughly 48 hours you should try the battery and camera to see if any permanent damage was sustained.
How to shop for a camera battery
Need a new digital camera battery? Or maybe just an extra camera battery for an upcoming trip? Take a look at our handy Camera Battery Guide to see a step-by-step process to help you find the information you need and make sure you're getting the battery that's right for you at a price that's even better.