Question about Canon Cameras
If the batteries aren't used frequently - or are allowed to discharge fully - they will lose their ability to charge and maintain voltage.
Each time they discharge to "dead" the charge capacity decreases - and now they are to the point they do not hold sufficient voltage for the camera to operate.
New battery packs will be required. When the batteries are not in use - they should be kept on a trickle charger to maintin capacity at all times.
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Posted on Apr 14, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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