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Camera will not stay on

I've just bought a new camera and put the batteries in ? when i tried turning it on, it only came on for a few moments and then switched off ? i've tried many new batteries but it won't power up now? (vivicam4100)

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Are you using rechargable batteries if not use them the normal batteries do not last long and to be honest are no good with digital cameras. if you are using rechargable batteries let them charge for at least 5 hours before you use them

Posted on Aug 27, 2007

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