Question about Canon PowerShot S1 IS Digital Camera
Hi. The most probable that the problem is caused by flash capacitor. To check if it is the case just follow the following procedure. 1. Turn on the camera (if you can not power it from batteries, try to use external 7.4V 2A power supply). 2. Turn off the flash by pressing flash button (be sure that flash is OFF but not in AUTO regime). 3. Turn off the camera. 4. Open and close the battery door. 5. Turn on the camera. 6. Take several pictures.
If after these operations the low battery warning does not show up it means that flash capacitor causes the problem and it should be replaced. Or you still can make pictures with your camera without using a flash.
Posted on Jun 19, 2008
Did you use comapny authorised battery if not go for it
Posted on Apr 25, 2007
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