7 Tips on How to Conserve Camera Battery Power

Posted November 08, 2016
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We've all been there: you prepared for your shoot, ran through your checklist, made sure everything was charged and in order the night before, but now here you are nearing the end of your shoot and your camera's battery life is fading fast. 

What do you do?

If you have remote power or a power cable and electric access this may limit your mobility but not the end of the world; but what if you're out on location without any power sources.  This video takes SLR Lounge | Photography Tutorials you through some ways you can extend the batery of your camera when you're in a bind.  This video is intented for DSLR users, but a lot of the tips can be used for most cameras.

 


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