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four eighty sparky Registered since 08th Apr 2011
Sun 24-Feb-13 02:59 AM | edited Sun 24-Feb-13 03:09 AM by four eighty sparky

When I got my D7000 two years ago, I noticed that the battery age indicator in the monitor had a scale of 1-4. I assumed this meant years. However, after two years of solid use, they're both (I purchased a second battery with the camera) still at 0.

Anyone have solid intel on the meaning of the numbers? (Other than what's on page 242 of the manual)

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