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Camera turns on and then off

The camera will turn on and the shutter opens,the screen says "Digitize your memory"  then it shuts itself down. Help!

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  • gsherwood Oct 25, 2007

    Camera is an svp cdc-8680

  • lisharose Dec 27, 2007

    I have tried new batteries, several batteries...It still happens. The cameral turns on and then off.

  • herfish Jan 03, 2008

    h1 same problem takes 1picture ,turns off.i put in the best batteries(AAA) ,sameproblem,every functions are all perfect

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Sometimes this happens when the batteries are low. These cameras seem to use up battery power pretty quickly. You might want to try using rechargeable "hybrid" batteries.

Posted on Nov 26, 2007

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