CAMERA MANUFACTURERS ALWAYS AIM TO PUT MORE POWER IN OUR HANDS. BUT COMPROMISE IS NECESSARY
We all want to squeeze as many photos and/or videos out of our camera battery as possible, but, then again, the smaller form factor of a mirrorless camera necessitates a smaller battery pack than those found in competing DSLRs. So it’s no surprise to find a battery life roughly half that of larger, bulkier interchangeable lens cameras you’ll find on the market. Although around 330 shots is the average for mirrorless (or ‘compact system‘) cameras, certain manufacturers, such as Canon with its M100, have got around this by introducing the option of ‘eco’ modes that turn some features off or introduce restrictions to eke just a bit more juice and longevity out of a fully charged cell. So if you need that one final perfect shot, there’s a chance.