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Uses alot of batteries

I have a kodak Z712is and I find that I can't get very many pictures before I have to change the batteries.I have changed settings but nothing seems to work.I would like to know if this is normal or what the problem might be. I think that I should get more pictures than what I am getting before the batteries run out.

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Don't just buy plain recharables, they do not work!! I just ordered the kodak 8500 charger which includes the recharable battery,,,,the reviews are pretty good on this procuct..but in the mean time I use the crv3 batteries, they work alot better than just plain double AAs!!

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Use rechargeable batteries.

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