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pgalligan Registered since 11th Dec 2012Sun 07-Jul-13 03:19 AM
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"D7000 - How many shots do you get from a battery?"
Sun 07-Jul-13 03:19 AM by pgalligan

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I set up my D7000 to do some interval shooting on Friday night. Ended up taking 2690 shots. I had already done a few hundred shots since the last charge. It was taking one pic every 2 seconds. Set to manual focus and manual exposure mode would have helped I guess but that's still a lot of shots from one battery. I don't have it set to display photos on the LCD after I shoot either.

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Bravozulu Silver Member Nikonian since 04th Jun 2012Sun 07-Jul-13 04:34 AM
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By not having Autofocus active, you saved a lot of juice in the battery. Most references claim you can expect about 1,000 images per charge under normal circumstances.

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Vlad_IT Silver Member Nikonian since 21st Sep 2011Sat 13-Jul-13 04:18 AM
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routinely around 1000 images with Checking Histograms almost after each image/series.

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mkmacman Registered since 26th May 2013Sat 13-Jul-13 04:50 AM
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1,100-1,200 with image review

  

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km6xz Moderator Awarded for his in-depth knowledge in various areas, including Portraits and Urban Photography Nikonian since 22nd Jan 2009Sat 13-Jul-13 09:32 AM
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The D7000 is very frugal with power and when I used to shoot a lot with it the two batteries(1 in camera and 1 in the grip would allow me to shoot several events between charges, about 3000 shots. It is thriftier with power than either my D90 or D800
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clayolmstead Silver Member Nikonian since 21st Jul 2010Thu 01-Aug-13 03:32 AM
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Thu 01-Aug-13 03:33 AM by clayolmstead

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I had to show this picture, or I wouldn't believe it myself. This is after shooting a car race all day with a D7000, Release Mode set to Continuous High Speed, VR on, but very little chimping. The battery was almost new. I don't usually get this many shots from one battery, but apparently it is possible.


Clay
Austin, TX USA

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pgalligan Registered since 11th Dec 2012Thu 01-Aug-13 03:34 AM
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Nice!

I always liked the fact that my D70s used very little battery. Just as happy with my D7000 in that respect!

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