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Battery replacement Can one replace internal battery for this camera?

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  • Eric Potter Oct 18, 2008

    Sorry
    The camera I'm referring to is a Fujifilm @xia SlimShot which has an internal lithium polymer battery.
    In my case it does not hold a charge for long.
    I just wondered how difficult it would be to replace.
    Thanks


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What internal battery ....what model are you having

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