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New batteries act flat in Olympus camera!

Even when I use new batteries my Olympus D-435 camera acts as if the batteries are flat!

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Do not use "ordinary" alkaline batteries. Try using rechargeable batteries like nickel cadmium or nickel metal hydride.

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When we plug the camera in and it looks like its charging and it is yet when we unplug it, it will not turn on at all.


As soon as the camera acts different form what you expect, you can "reset" any software problem, by switching off, removing the battery and memory card and then reinserting both and switching on again.
When you remove the battery, check it the contacts are clean and shiny. Do the came for the memory card. Use a bright light and eventually a magnifying glass to look in the camera, to the contacts there.
You can clean contacts with a dry cloth or cotton swabs. Never use anything sharp in or close to a camera.
If you have a multimeter, or know someone who has, you could try to measure the voltage of the battery, to make sure you still can trust it.
The LI-50B is a 3,7 Lithium Ion battery and should deliver 3,7 volt to the camera.
When you try to measure the voltage with a multimeter (Set it to DC), it should read at least 3,8 volt. If it is less, you can assume the battery won't work as soon as you put it in the camera.

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Can I buy a memory card for my camera?


yes. search for these types: *OLYMPUS D-435 Olympus xD-Picture Card / xD Card 1GB (Type M)


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OLYMPUS D-435 Olympus 2GB xD-Picture Card / xD Card (Type M)

these are the compatible storage cards for your camera.

Sep 07, 2010 | Olympus Camedia D-435 Digital Camera

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Battery Problem


the problem for the camera turning off or acting weird is the batteries. you need Alkalyne Batteries

Nov 19, 2008 | Olympus FE-210 Digital Camera

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Olympus D-435 digital camera, when you turn it on, error msg says "battery empty" then times out and shuts off. New Batteries have been installed, did not correct the problem. How can I make...


If ur using a memory card try to use a memory card even though it relates the battery it may be a memory card problem....
First take out the memory card and then try to use the camera and if it works fine that says that there is a problem with memory card if not Call 800-622-6372 and get the camera replaced if it is out of warranty

Oct 17, 2008 | Cameras

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Not switching on


Sounds like you need a new battery, even if you charged it.
If it is a rechargable, they go bad and act the way you say.
If it not a rechargable battery try new ones.
If that won't work leave the batteries out of the camera for 24 hours, and try it with fresh batteries.
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Camera wont switch on,


The best way to answer that question is to get a repair estimate from a repair shop. Take it directly to an authorized Olympus repair shop and let them tell you what the repair cost would be. (It may be reasonable) Then yo can make an informed decision.

Mar 18, 2007 | Olympus Camedia D-435 Digital Camera

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Camera acting weird: turns off a second after turning on...


Hi, I also have one of these cameras which behaved very similarly. The fault cleared when I replaced my rechargeable batteries for new ones or when using new good qaulity branded batteries. When my rechargeable batteries became tired the output was not sufficient enough to fully open the lens. I hope this helps and your

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AC adapter


The AC adapter recommended for use with the D-435 is the E-7AU (item# 200751). Use this adapter to conserve batteries when downloading to your computer, extended studio shoots, during printing, or while viewing images while connected to your TV or VCR. This can be purchased through our authorized dealers, or via the Olympus Emporium.

Aug 31, 2005 | Olympus Camedia D-435 Digital Camera

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Battery life expectancy


The battery life of AA alkaline batteries varies according to the manufacturer and power rating. Alkaline batteries can provide up to 100 shots with typical usage. Olympus NiMH batteries (B-01 4PE) provide approximately 250 shots per charge and can be recharged 300 to 500 times. Olympus recommends the use of CR-3V batteries or NiMH batteries. Olympus sells an NiMH Battery set which includes a charger and set of 4-NiMH batteries. You can purchase this through Olympus dealers or through the Olympus Emporium (www.olympusamerica.com/store).

Aug 31, 2005 | Olympus Camedia D-435 Digital Camera

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