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How long does the battery last before you have to charge the camera? I didn't know the camera needed a charger and after 2 days of owning the easyshare Z650, the power went out.

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Depends on the amount of use and the amount of turning it on and off. Typically, not very long. The best rechargable batteries I have found for longevity are the Rayovac Hybrid rechargeables. They last a long time and when you buy them, they are already charged and ready to go. I bought my mom a new camera for Christmas and bought her this with the charger.

Posted on Dec 29, 2007

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