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Re: Low Battery Life.
You may have a bad battery. These batteries also lose capacity over time and over the number of charge/recharge cycles. In addition, many batteries need to be fully discharged about once a month in order to keep themselves calibrated. Once you lose the ability to get a complete charge, you need to replace the battery.
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A card reader is a machine which is used to do payments from the credit cards. The Card reader has a 3200mAh battery, which can last for about 12 hours in continual usage when fully charged. The device hibernates when not in use to save and lengthen the battery life.
To solute this problem simply is to use a memory card reader instead of link camera to laptop, as the inside card reader of the camera is consumable, and USB memory card reader can saving the life of it also saving life of the camera interface.
Battery life is a very complicated issue, there are TONS of factors. High temperature kills batteries, if the fluid goes low, that kills batteries. If you forget and leave lights on, and the battery goes totally dead, (totally dead, zippo, not anything) that kills batteries.
Alternator diodes that fail kills batteries. So 4 to 8 years is typical life IN ABSENCE of the above types of issues. My favorite battery is Interstate. They just work really well. Costco has great battery prices, bumpy for service... Really Dislike Sears die easy.
You can try to completely discharge and recharge a few times to take it through its full cycle. However, you probably won't get much improvement. Batteries wear out with time and, after one year, I'd expect to see significant capacity loss on a machine such as this with typical usage patterns.
go to your local walmart and but a set of nimh rechargeable batteries and let them charg when done charging install them in to you camra then hit the menu button go to the setup display and scrool down to the battery type and choose Ni-MH this will save you battery life from 5-15 min to 5-6 hrs of life.
with respect to your low Nokia 6680's low battery, what you need to do is to charge it while switched off for atleast 12 hours. It is possible for the phone to have 200+ standby time afterwards but that is if its not used at all. You should also disable the bluetooth, as well as the backup ligthing if switched on as all these can dramatically reduce the life of the battery.
Are you keeping the large LCD screen on all the time? If so, that will dramatically reduce battery life. Same goes for flash use (although for 8 shots shouldn't be a factor) and constant stabilization. Also, by low battery do you mean that the camera is turning itself off and can't be turned back on? If just the icon is showing low battery life, it could be that the sensor wrong. I have an MP3 player that will say it has zero battery power, but will really play for another two hours.
You should be able to take many more than 8 shots with one battery. I've taken 500 photos over a period of nine days on one battery with my FZ10. Viewfinder only, stabilization only when shooting, no flash use.