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Camera turns off after reviewing two pictures

The review button brings up the access menu but when pressing arrows to scroll through pictures taken, the camera closes down after reviewing about two snaps. The only way to review pictures is to download to computer which is very annoying when travelling away from home.

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I suspect this a battery problem which has been described by many Sony users. The camera reads the battery charge wrong
and shut downs down.

For what its worth I had this same problem with both rechargeables and alkcalines. Fresh batteries were rejected after just a few shots and were clearly NOT dead. Solution seems to be either use Sony's NP-NH25 cybershot battery which is made of two AA batteries jointed at the hip or use generic rechargeable NiMh batteries with a capacity superior to Sony's battery (>2500mAh).

Dan

Posted on Jan 10, 2009

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