Re: Canon S400 question
Just out of curiosity, which case did you buy for your camera that can hold
batteries as well, and how much were the batteries?
"Andrew Koenig" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> > Is there a way to charge the battery while it is inside the camera
> > or do you have to remove the battery to charge it?
> On my S110, you have to take the battery out to charge it.
> As I have three batteries and rotate them, this isn't a problem.
> > Also, can you read the photos and erase the memory card via the USB
> > connection?
> For the S110, the answer is yes. I can't imagine that it would be
> otherwise on the S400.
> > The camera looks good for my needs, but I don't know whether I'd
> > want to bother taking the battery out each time. It sounds like
> > unnecessary wear and tear for me. I may spring for the Sony V1 if
> > this is the case.
> I can't imagine why I'd want to tie up the camera so while waiting for
> the battery to charge.
> I have three batteries. One lives in the camera; the other two are
> usually in the case with the camera. When I want to recharge the
> battery in the camera, I take it out and put it in the charger, then
> take one of the batteries from the case and put it in the camera.
> When the battery is charged, I put it back in the case.
> That way I always have a battery in the camera and at least one
> fully charged spare in the case.
> Andrew Koenig, firstname.lastname@example.org
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