Question about Cameras
Please advise charge time/ HRS BATTERY SANYO NICKEL- METAL HYDRIDE NiMH 2500 SUPER LATTICE ALLOY/ MODEL HR-3U 1.2V SIZE AA HR6
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Posted on Mar 31, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Battery life expectancy
Olympus Ni-MH batteries will last approximately 60 to 80 images and can be recharged about 500 times. The Olympus CR-V3 long-life lithium batteries provide power up to 2 times that of Ni-MH batteries. The CR-V3 long-life lithium batteries are NOT rechargeable.
Posted on Aug 31, 2005
Yes I do. We have 2 of these cameras, and have tried every kind of battery out there, incuding rechargables.
This little camera does a lot of things for the price, but it is always hungry. We've only found ONE battery that actually works for it (and takes more than 2-3 pics before giving us error messages), and that is the energizer "e" battery in the silver and BLUE package. They have orange and green packs but make sure you try the BLUE ones.
You might think they are a little pricey (we buy ours at the local WM for around $6 for two, or 419 for eight), but they truly work. Plus, even when they no longer power the camera, there is plenty of juice left in them to power other battery operated items. Our hair trimmers have been running for two months now on a pair of batteries that would no longer power up the camera.
That should solve the battery problems. And, we've also noticed the older the camera gets, the moer likely it is to be extremely picky on the batteries and the DC card!
Posted on Dec 23, 2007
Try using regular batteries. I did with my camera and seems I can go a lot longer on the regular batteries verses the re-chargable ones
Posted on May 16, 2010
Tips for a great answer:
Close the [Memory Card / Battery Cover] securely, and then turn the power on.
Clean the battery terminals with a dry cotton swab that has a fine and soft tip, and then re-insert the batteries.
If your camera uses four AA-size alkaline batteries supplied with the camera, follow the procedure below. In addition to Alkaline batteries you may use optional nickel metal hydride (NiMH) batteries.
1. Be sure that the camera power is off.
2. Slide the battery cover lock in the direction of the arrow, and push the battery cover slightly forward. Then open the cover.
3. Insert the batteries as shown.
4. Close the battery cover.
* For the PowerShot S2 IS, PowerShot S3 IS, and PowerShot S5 IS the batteries are inserted in a slightly different order, please refer to the decal inside the battery door for the correct order.
Installing batteries in cameras with 2 batteries. If your camera uses two AA-size alkaline batteries supplied with the camera, follow the procedure below. In addition to Alkaline batteries you may use optional nickel metal hydride (NiMH) batteries. Please see the various examples to find which type matches your camera.
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