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BATTERY TIPS

Now a days in LITHIUM BATTERIES are used no memory effect

always charge battery for 16 hours when first use new

never keep ur battery fully discharged for long time when u store ur camera always keep it half charged or fully charged when storing for longer period

it is good to fully discharge once in a month but dont make it ur habit

pls rate me FIXYA for help

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