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Batteries brand new rechargables

Camera turns on takes 1 picture and goes to low battery and turns off, Help prom tomorrow and no camera!

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Re: Batteries brand new rechargables

It could have got wet - they dont like that. Take batteries out - make dry and fully charged Make sure camera if fully dry- put in a warm place to dry slowly- then try

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