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Battery no matter what type of batteries i put in my camera, they do not work. the battery symbol always comes on, and the camera eventually shuts off! i've tried several different batteries and troubleshooting ideas in the handbook. please help!

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If you know for sure that the batteries are fresh and are in good condition, it is possible that the camera's internal power inverter has gone defective. You would need to send the camera to themanufacture to have it serviced.

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Posted on Dec 12, 2008

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