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IT WORKED FINE. I DID NOT USE THE CAMERA FOR ABOUT ONE MONTH. THE BATTERY WAS CHARGED. THE DIAL WAS ON AUTO. I PRESSED THE BUTTON AND IT TOOK LITTLE PICTURES LIKE THE MOTION PICTURE PHASE AND IT WOULD RUN UNTIL THE CARD WAS EMPTY. I TURNED THE CAMERA OFF TO STOP THE PHOTOS. I PUT A NEW MEMORY CARD IN AND THE SCREEN TELLS ME NO MEMORY CARD. I PUT ANOTHER CARD IN AND THE SAME NO MEMORY CARD. NO FLASH, AND THE BUTTON PRESSES BUT NO ACTION. HELP, HENRY

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Digital cameras need to run on rechargeable batteries, If you are already using rechargeables,have a look at tha mAh value which should be written on the side. Retailers recomend a value of at least 1800,personally i would go for 2100.

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/ Corrective Actions
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turn on.
The ViviCam 6300
suddenly powers down.
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captured when the
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pressed.
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