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"Safety first!" That's our motto!

Before we pull this bad boy apart, we remove the battery and battery cover from the device.

Yay! Instructional pictures! In true Ikea fashion, Nikon includes a helpful battery installation graphic.

Nikon claims that the 7.0V-1900mAh-14Wh Lithium-ion battery can take 900 shots per charge, an understandable downgrade from the 1,050 of the D7000, most likely due to the improved internals.

It seems that Nikon likes to wait a while to design new batteries. When the D90 debuted in 2008, it used the same battery as its predecessor, the D80. Likewise, the D600 uses the same battery as the D7000.

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