What kind of battery life can I expect from an action camera and how long does it take to charge?

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The battery life of an action camera varies depending on the model and usage. Generally, an action camera’s battery life can last anywhere from one to three hours of continuous recording. However, recording at higher resolutions and frame rates can drain the battery faster. It’s important to keep spare batteries handy if you plan to use the camera for extended periods of time.

Charging time can also vary depending on the camera’s battery capacity and charging method. Some cameras come with a removable battery that can be charged separately, while others require charging the entire camera unit. Charging times can range from an hour to several hours, so it’s important to plan accordingly and make sure your camera is fully charged before using it.

This entry was posted in . It was first published in April 2023 ()and last updated on April 9th, 2023 (1 year ago).

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