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On 1/30/2022 at 7:06 PM, Aidan B said:

It has decent battery life, I suppose. Maybe 2-2.5 hours per battery. I do absolutely refuse to turn off my camera whenever I'm birding though. I've missed way too many birds flying overhead or that are briefly visible before disappearing to do so. If I'm out birding for 12 hours, than my camera is on for 12 hours. A lot of times I'll even have it on when moving from one spot to another. 

Maybe I worry about battery life too much.  This weekend for giggles, maybe I'll disable the Sleep setting and see how long it lasts.  I usually pack two charged spares anyway.

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12 hours ago, IKLland said:

Really? Down here they’re very cooperative!

For example 

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At least in my experience, they don't allow you get within 10-15 feet of them very often.

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23 minutes ago, BirdNrd said:

At least in my experience, they don't allow you get within 10-15 feet of them very often.

That’s sucks. They’re extremely common down here, and they’re one of my favorite birds. They’re so cool to watch, as with all flycatchers. 
They seem to love to perch on garbage cans….guess they have enough flies to catch there! 
How common are they by you?

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