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you must absolutely use the viewfinder but what I've also found useful is to turn off the camera between shots because unlike the D90, the D5100 does not have an idle mode and it will keep adjusting aperture & shutter (if you use the automatic preset) speed which also drains the battery a lot. Cheers
The problem here is that your battery is coming into contact with metal that will conduct electricity. So slight discharge will occur if metal is touching just one end of your battery. If its left on a battery charger its likely that the capacitors on the board of your charger will pull from your battery as well. That being said it should not damage the ...
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