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EN-EL3e and Extreme Cold

Yeti69


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Yeti69 Registered since 20th Dec 2005
Wed 04-Jan-06 02:49 PM

I'm heading to climb Aconcagua this month (23000 ft), where it will get cold at times. I'm bringing a D200. Feel free to see a related posting:

https://www.nikonians.org/dcforum/DCForumID202/15502.html#0

Anyway - I know that shooting with a WARM battery will extend the number of shots.

But my question is does the charged battery HAVE to be stored warm to avoid losing its charge when NOT being used. It's just a bit of a pain having all my batteries next to my body or in the sleeping bag all the time.

I'd be particularly interested to hear from someone with a technical knowledge of batteries.

Thanks everyone for your help!

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