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 Are alkaline batteries safe for my digital camera?

Answer On One Hand: Long shelf lifeAccording to Hewlett Packard, non-rechargeable alkaline batteries have a long shelf life, making them perfect for digital camera use when you do not use your camera that... Read More »
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DIGITAL CAMERA "" ALKALINE BATTERIES OR LITHIUM ION """ ............WHICH ONE IS BEST?

Lithium ion is superior to alkaline battery,but lithium ion battery need its successor.It have limited number of charge and discharge cycle.till now there is no battery which is better than it.
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Why, exactly, can't I use alkaline batteries in my camera?

Firstly - the best batteries for your money to use are NiMH rechargeables, if you have to go with AA or AAA sizes.Now answering your question - you can use Alkaline batteries, and they will not hur... Read More »
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I have a digital camera, but the batteries only last for an hour..how can I stop wasting batteries with it?

Look for NMHi rechargeable batteries with a minimum of 2500mAh rating. Higher is even better.You can get them at any place that sells digicams, like Circuit City or Best Buy, or, go to an on line ... Read More »
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What Is the Difference Between Alkaline & Non-Alkaline Batteries?

Non-rechargeable, dry cell batteries are categorized in several ways: by letter designations, by voltages and by applications. However, a chemical classification that differentiates dry cell batter... Read More »
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