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With new batt. it only stays on for about 10 pics

Then the low batt. warning comes on. what to do?

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  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2009

    The lifetime of the batteries shipped with the product was well under the specification. The same is true for the rechargeable batteries I bought: they are Energizer 2500 mAh batteries, but dont supply the power of the camera more than a day.
    I suspect some power draining when the camera is off, but it drains too much when either it is on.

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Your batteries have probably come to an end of their life. You need to buy new batteries, Invest in a new set..

Posted on Mar 02, 2009

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    Sachin Mar 02, 2009

    If it is happening with new batteries, then you probably need to check as to why the batteries are being drained so quickly. What was the life of the battery you got earlier?

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