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Camera shut off during photos and will not turn back on

I charged my camera all night then today while taking pictures, the camera shut off and will not turn back on. Even when I plug in the charger it does not even charge. I bought a new battery and still nothing.

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Re: camera shut off during photos and will not turn back...

Camera is not not recoginising the battery may there be a battery type mismatch or battery type is not provided correctly in the software of camera

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