It uses a Sony lithium ion rechargeable battery that's pretty easy to come by. Sony claims a battery life of up to 220 shots and a movie recording time of 25 minutes.
Shooting performance sounds pretty good once it's up and running. Startup takes 6.9 seconds with a shot lag of 0.21 second and a shot-to-shot time of 1 second. This is under ideal conditions, though, so shooting in low light or wireless interference will likely slow it down.
September 4, 2013 7:51 AM PDT
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| Caption by: Joshua Goldman
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