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Camera powers on then off, even when I put new batteries in.

Should the camera have came with a charger?

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  • malibu4220 Jan 05, 2009

    when i turn the power button on its beeps and says low battert, even when i put new batteries in it. i had the camers for about two years now, and i finally decide to use it.

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Every new camera comes with a charger

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