On first use, we recommend that you, during the first use, charge the battery according to the full charge-discharge cycles.
The use of rechargeable batteries is recommended. Alkaline batteries are a backup solution. Those provided with the device are for demonstration and their independence is low.
To maximize the life of your batteries, recharge your batteries from time to time when you are not using them for a long time. Indeed, these naturally discharge and it is better that they contain always a little load.
The use of the zoom, screen, Flash as well as viewing photos are of strong consumers of energy.
Save your photos on multiple media!
Remember to regularly transfer your photos on your computer, to backup to CD or DVD… redundancy and to print your best shots.
Buy memory cards compatible with your device!
Several memory cards formats coexist on the market. A2zcamerablog reminds you to check what type of memory card is compatible with your camera.
Make sure the write speed of your memory card!
From now on, information on the speed of the memory cards is listed under “Class” terminology. This is the indication of the guaranteed minimum write speed.
For example the Class 2 equals a write speed of 2 MB/sec.
Note for use in burst on a DSLR, it is better to have a fast card.
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