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Suddenly the batteries have started dying after 2-3 photos

This camera has worked fine for a couple of years. Suddenly, it won't hold any battery juice. I can put in fresh regular alkaline batteries, freshly charged NiMH, and even bought brand new rechargables, but I still can't take more than a couple of photos. Used to be I could take lots on one set of batteries. Nothing has changed that I am aware of, no water damage or anything. Any advice? thanks

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Did you try using lithim recharge battery i my self had the same problem with 1sd pentax ithout my camera was naced

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