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Hi, It is known problem of ccd imager chip failure in Canon A95 camera, ccd imager chip will be replaced to fix this issue. Canon offers free of cost ccd imager chip replacement for A95, click Canon CCD Imager Advisory for details. Hope this info will help you. Thanks.
The sensor array has gone bad. It will bave to be sent back to Canon for service since that is a major repair. You should consider the A480 as a replacement camera. The A480 is a little over $100 and is going to be cheaper than repairing your A95, plus the A480 will have better resolution and picture quality. It will not use you adapter lenses, if you have any.
I have this problem as well. I thought it was a problem with my NiMH batteries. So, I bought a volt meter to make sure the batteries worked. I have 8 AA NiMH batteries. I charged them all up and tested them with the volt meter. They were all good to go. However, no matter what I put in the camera one of two things happens: 1. I get the "change batteries" message. 2. I don't get the message, but the next time I check the camera (a few days later), one of them is totally drained. Something is very wrong and I plan on contacting Canon.