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Old 02-04-2009, 03:01 PM   #33
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Originally Posted by Hugh Wyn Griffith View Post
How are you planning to deal with batteries for the camera? Lithium or rechargeable, or does it use proprietary which would restrict you to recharging.

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The camera comes with a new specially designed rechargeable battery that's supposed to last really long - and a separate charger (which is great: that allows you to use the camera while the battery is recharging, something I cannot do with my Fuji F30); I'll need at least one spare one, but probably two (that's what I got with my Fuji and didn't regret it). Until Tajikistan there really won't be a problem recharging, but once out of Dushanbe I really have no idea - I may have to be able to go one week without recharging. Will need the camera in time to test how long one charge lasts!

Going without recharging also means I'll need extra memory cards - enough to last before I can offload them on my image tank which of course also needs recharging!

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