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Batteries How long do the batteries last in the C-3000 Zoom?

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You will be able to shoot approximately 300-400 frames with the LB-01 Lithium batteries, under normal use. Battery life widely varies depending on the type of battery, manufacturer, camera use conditions, etc.

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