Why is my battery life so short?
I've had my camera for a while, and it doesn't stay charged as long as it used to. Is a component malfunctioning, and if so should I replace it?
The Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ1000 is a digital single-lens camera with a rotating screen, released on July 27, 2014 by Panasonic.
All batteries suffer from shorter battery life when they get older. The battery isn't really malfunctioning when this happens, so you don't need to replace it. But if you need your camera to last longer between recharging, you may choose to replace it. This part of the troubleshooting guide should help you replace your battery and extend your battery life.
Unfortunately, these DO NOT SOLVE the problem. Taking others about batteries or chargers basically thinking others are not knowledgeable, and I will reserve comment on these replies.
The LUMIX 1000M2 is by far the worst camera when it comes to battery performance. The camera seems to work well and will hold a charge but at other times it can be turned off with ½ battery and in the morning be dead?
This is not typical for any battery or camera or from not charging properly or other lame responses.
I myself have noted this on several occasions with multible different batteries.
No idea as to why?
Suggest, until a REAL SOLUTION is found, do what I did..
But a half dozen batteries and portable (Car or AC) charger.
As stated by previous, ISB is a poor option for charging.