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How to take care of the digital camera battery?
The importance of the battery in a digital camera is only that the lens is the key. In order to shoot smoothly, a strong battery is essential for subsequent power supply, but the best battery in time, if not Carry out good maintenance and maintenance, and it will not take long to lose the strong power, so the maintenance of the battery is very important. The following Chinese Chuangfa will introduce you some tips for maintaining digital camera batteries, hoping to help everyone.
For a (section) digital camera battery, the length of time used is not only related to its quality and power, but actually has a lot to do with the user’s operation. Great association. Most photography enthusiasts habitually put the camera in the camera bag or in the cabinet every time they use up the camera. The battery is not taken out and stored separately. This method sounds like no problem, but it is not conducive to the battery. protection. Generally, if you do not use the camera for more than 15 days, it is best to remove the battery from the camera and store it separately. The storage environment is best in a dry and cool place, and do not store the battery and metal objects together.
Rechargeable battery test
According to our survey, most digital cameras currently available on the market use lithium batteries, which are relatively convenient to store. The only thing you need to pay attention to is that if you don't use it for a long time, it is best to activate the battery once every 2 months, that is, charge and discharge once, which can effectively extend the battery life.
As for Ni-MH 5 batteries, the most annoying thing is the memory effect. This effect will reduce the total capacity and use time of the battery, and as time goes by, the stored charge will become less and less. It will consume faster and faster. Therefore, you should try your best to use up all the power before charging, and you must charge it to the fullest for each charge. If you use alkaline batteries temporarily when you go out, you must remember to remove them in time. Otherwise, if they are not used for a long time, the batteries will easily drip and corrode the circuit, and the camera will not escape the fate of scrapping. For users who use alkaline batteries, as mentioned above, one thing to keep in mind is that after using the digital camera, you must remember to remove the battery to avoid battery leakage and damage the machine.
For users who use rechargeable nickel-metal hydride batteries and lithium batteries, the battery is very particular about charging. The battery that has just been bought is generally low or no power, and it must be fully charged for the first time. The charging time of lithium batteries generally exceeds 8 hours, while the charging time of nickel-hydrogen batteries generally exceeds 16 hours. To achieve the best effect, that is, to make the battery reach its maximum capacity, it generally needs to be charged and discharged more than 3 times. After using the battery three times, it is best to find an opportunity to fully discharge the battery before recharging. Try not to recharge the battery when there is still remaining power, otherwise the battery life will be shortened. After the battery is fully charged, it is generally hot. It is best to wait for the battery to cool down before loading it into the camera. But it should be noted that lithium batteries have no memory effect, so never discharge, otherwise it will only destroy the battery structure and consume the battery life. In addition, in order to avoid power loss, users who use Ni-MH batteries should not let the positive and negative poles of the battery touch the conductors at the same time after removing the battery after charging, for example, do not touch both ends of the battery with your fingers at the same time. Users who use lithium batteries should try to keep the battery positive and negative contacts in the camera battery box clean. If necessary, use a dry cloth to wipe lightly before inserting the battery.
I also need to remind everyone that even users who use lithium batteries, when they are not using the digital camera for a long time, they must fully discharge the digital camera, take out the battery, and store it in a dry, cool environment. In addition, whether you are using nickel-metal hydride batteries or lithium batteries, it is best not to put charged batteries in leather bags, pockets, handbags or containers with metal objects to prevent short circuits.Lithium battery industry chain enterprise promotion, lithium grid (li-b.cn) welcomes contributions. share to: