Allegedly the (Edit: Name of camera removed as I don't want to advertise some American fucking shopping site and someone's gone and updated my post with an affiliate link) is rated for 320-350 photos from a full battery charge. I'd like to challenge this, based on two extensive photo shoots. Conditions: - I shoot largely using the LCD screen (not the viewfinder - I like waist level shooting) - I have the LCD screen on the whole time, I have the artificial horizon enabled and the histogram on - Almost all shots involve autofocus - I have wifi disabled (although I turned it on briefly to show its capabilities to a friend) - Only 5-6 shots used the flash - I turn the camera off between shots The first shoot involved around 40 minutes of video (e.g. ) and the battery lasted around 400 shots on top of that. I then switched to a second battery for another 40 shots. On the second shoot, I used the battery in the condition with which I'd finished the previous shoot. In temperatures of around 6C (not including substantial wind-chill) the battery lasted around 600 shots. I then switched battery again. On the second shoot I was taking a large number of images of the same subject in very short time - e.g. I took 65 photographs of the same baby seal (with two camera setting changes in-between) between 9.01 and 9.03am, which may have helped get the numbers up. Still, I don't think 320-350 is an accurate estimate.