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need camera advice

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I received a digital camera last Christmas, my first, and I'm considering taking it to England with me in June. I'm new at digitals, so I've just played with it a bit, but the batteries sure seem to expire quickly. I bought some rechargable Ni-MH batteries, and I've been using those.

But when I travel, what do I do? Can I assume that I'll have to recharge the batteries every day, and always carry a fresh set? Where can I buy a recharger that will work on European/British current?

Machines are my greatest challenge. Thanks.

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