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All Day Shooting

When taking your C-700 (or any digital camera, for that matter) out for all day shoot, like to an airshow, do your turn the camera on when your start shooting and leave it on all day? Do you turn it off if you know you won't be using it for, say, 30 minutes? If it is in "Battery Save" mode, is it more efficient to leave it on all day and let it "sleep", rather than to turn it on and off through out the day?

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Re: All Day Shooting

I will leave mine on unless I know I won't be taking a picture for quite a while. Sleep mode does a good job of saving the batteries. The only thing I don't like is, sometimes, not always, but sometimes, it is slow to wake up. You can half press the shutter once in a while to keep it from going to sleep, but you're batteries will die very quickly. I do that if I know a good shot is coming any minute and I know my camera is ready to go to sleep. Just don't do it too much.

Posted on Sep 11, 2005

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