Question about Nikon ENEL3 Lithium Ion Battery Pack
Batteries don't live forever. When handling them correct they can survive 1000 charge and discharge cycles. When taking an average of 200 pictures per charge, the battery could survive the camera shutter.
Try to use a battery till it is almost empty. The camera will give a warning when you need to replace (or charge) the battery. When you want to go on a trip or need to make a series of foot's you should take only charged batteries. When you don't use a camera, for a longer period, don't leave the battery in the camera. It could start leaking and damage the camera. But when the battery was not used for a longer period, please charge it before using it again.
This could help you to keep your batteries in better condition and let them live longer.
Posted on Nov 12, 2013
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