Alkaline batteries were not designed to meet the very high power demands of today's electronic devices. Alkaline batteries have a high rated capacity, but they can only deliver their full capacity if the power is used slowly.
Electronic devices such as digital cameras place a high power drain on batteries, so it is much better to use rechargeable NiMH batteries for these type of devices.
Lithium batteries which also work well in high drain applications but they are expensive and are not designed to be recharged.
Why do digital camera's use so many alkaline batteries
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28 September 2008
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