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Batteries For every 5- 10 pictures I take the batteries are dead?

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  • dogugotw Jan 04, 2009

    The camera seems to eat batteries (non-rechargables). It's worse if the flash is on, but even off, it seems to have a very high battery use rate.

  • Anonymous Jan 06, 2009

    I also received this camera as a christmas present. I used my rechargables from my 3.1mega pixel older polaroid and increased the amount of pics I can take.

  • marilyn_wms Apr 22, 2009

    I have tried all types of batteries to no avail. Good alkaline permit about

    10 pictures and silver oxide allow for about 12-15 pictures. I have even

    tried turning off all additional functions of the camera.

    The 1035 model is of poor quality and function. Blurry pictures and

    random shut-off.

    MW Gillespie, Il

  • John Norton
    John Norton May 11, 2010

    are you using rechargable batteries?

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Use the Energizer Lithium batteries. Should get close to 100 pics.

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