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Re: Moultrie I60 battery life.
Extreme hot/cold effects battery life...also # events, whether pics taken or not 2 million gray Ark. squirrels, that never stop moving like red squirrels will use up batteries in a hurry...even still I get 3-4 mos out of 6-dcells on my I-40s
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Try using the Energizer Lithium batteries in this unit. They have an extended life on them and usually they will be a better battery especially in game trail cameras. We use these in all of our game trail cameras, cuddeybacks and bushnells. They work extremely well for us. Also, try contacting moultrie through there customer service site and most times if they can not help you with the unit, they will replace the unit, or work with you.
Hope this helps.
I assume we're not discussing the Sony DSC-W55 since that doesn't use AAA batteries. The battery life varies depending both on the camcorder and the type of batteries. In general, lithiums will last longer than alkalines, which will last longer than a single charge on NiMHs. On cameras that give you the option, you'll use less juice shutting off the display and using the viewfinder. Many manuals will give you estimates of battery life, but these are estimates only, the battery life also depends on how YOU use your camcorder.
The only thing I can suggest is that the metal connections on your camera have corroded due to the long life of your camera. I had a similar problem where any batteries I used would not work, regardless of what kind of battery it was. Turns out I had a nice greenish layer of corrosion on my connections which I sand-papered off. This might be a little tricky if your connectors are way inside of a battery holder, but it can be done nonetheless. Try taping some sandpaper to the flat end of a pencil and clean it out that way. Hope it works.