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Battery problem My camera is about 6 months old. Dead battery. Put in new ones, more new ones and charged, rechargable batteries. The camera immediately says ,change the battery and turns off...

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My battery comes dead really quick is there a way to boost it?


check the mhr on the batteries you use
they should be re-chargeable batteries as alkaline batteries do not have what it takes and run down very quickly
the re-chargeable battery should be around the 2000 mhr rating

Mar 30, 2015 | FUJIFILM Cameras

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Digital camera batteries go bad?


Yes the can go bad.
I still have 9 year old Kodak lithium batteries in good condition, nut I know sometimes my rechargeable batteries last no longer then a year. It is a shame that some camera brands only give a 90 day warranty on the batteries.
To keep your rechargeable batteries in a good condition, give them a charge at least every 3 months. Or always a day before you need the camera. Never try to use speed chargers. I still have a charger capable of charging full within 15 minutes. The barrettes are hot, and when charged that way after 10 or 20 times they are dead.
Just use the charger that came with your camera.
But if you only can shoot a few shote with your battery, buy a new battery.

Jul 12, 2014 | Kodak EasyShare Cameras

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My camera wont turn on


The FS62 is about a three year old camera. If your battery is as old as the camera, I would highly suspect that is your problem (it's done, time for a new battery). Rechargeables are only meant to last a couple years max. Here's one, and here's another from Amazon (a little over 6 bucks with free shipping).

Dec 09, 2012 | Panasonic DMC-FS62 Digital Camera

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Battery goes dead within a couple of days without use


batteries fail over time and should be replaced even rechargeable batteries
never change just one battery as it will discharge into the flat battery
keep the batteries full charged at all times and remove them from the camera when not in use

Jul 21, 2017 | Nikon COOLPIX S570 Digital Camera

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My camera will only turn on to take photos when its chargin.... if its not charging it wont turn on and its only 1 month old


There are a lot of Fuji digital cameras if "we" knew what model it was you would possible get more then just a guess. My guess is that the batteries (if it uses AA's) are either Alkaline type and dead on power OR if they are rechargeable they are not installed properly all it takes is one battery to be put in the wrong way and nothing works. The charger on some models can bypass the battery circuit to operate entirely on AC power and charge batteries at the same time. Check your batteries if they are Alkaline type AA's then you can't recharge them. Check make sure if you have rechargeable type that they are in correctly.

Jan 07, 2011 | Fuji Cameras

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http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c00614986&tmp_task=solveCategory&lc=en&dlc=en&cc=us&lang=en&product=437165Solution two: Use the right battery What AA battery should I use for best performance? The following table summarizes how AA batteries perform in different types of use. Type of Use Alkaline NiCd Ni-MH Oxyride Photo Lithium Most economical when taking more than 30 pictures per month Poor Good Good Poor Fair Most economical when taking less than 30 pictures per month Fair Fair Fair Fair Good Heavy use of flash, frequent pictures Poor Good Good Fair Good Heavy use of video Poor Good Good Fair Good Heavy use of Live View Poor Good Good Fair Good Overall battery life Poor Fair Fair Fair Good Low temperature/winter use Poor Good Fair Poor Good Infrequent use (without dock) Fair Fair Fair Fair Good Infrequent use (with dock) Fair Good Good Fair Good Recharge batteries No Yes Yes No No Solution three: Make sure that your batteries are completely charged Follow the steps below for your battery type: Ni-MH rechargeable batteries Ni-MH batteries lose charge, or self-discharge, at a rate of one to two percent per day, whether they are installed in the camera or not. This means that if a battery is fully charged, after several weeks, the battery will be low or dead even if it was not installed in the camera or if it was installed in the camera but no pictures were taken. Ni-MH batteries are best for those who use the camera frequently and recharge often. The amount of charge that Ni-MH batteries can hold gradually decreases because of usage, aging, and lack of maintenance. To maintain your batteries at maximum capacity, "condition" them when they are new or have not been used for over a month. Follow these steps to maintain (condition) your batteries:
  1. Completely discharge the batteries by using the camera normally until it will not operate.
  2. Recharge the batteries.
  3. Do this three or four times.
NiCd rechargeable batteries Nickel-cadmium (NiCd) batteries lose charge or self-discharge at a rate of one percent per day. Store NiCd batteries in a cold place such as the refrigerator or freezer to minimize the loss. To store in a cold place, place the batteries in a tightly sealed container to keep the moisture out. Before using them, warm the batteries to room temperature. The amount of charge that Ni-Cd batteries can hold gradually decreases because of usage, aging, and lack of maintenance. To maintain your batteries at maximum capacity, "condition" them when they are new or have not been used for over a month. Follow these steps to maintain (condition) your batteries:
  1. Completely discharge the batteries by using the camera normally until it will not operate.
  2. Recharge the batteries.
  3. Do this three or four times.
Alkaline, Photo Lithium, and Oxyride non-rechargeable batteries Make sure that the batteries are new and have not been used for anything else. . Solution seven: Try a new set of batteries If you have tried all the solutions described above but your batteries still do not last very long, try a new set of batteries. If the old batteries are damaged, a fresh set of batteries will solve the problem. Batteries can be damaged in the following ways:
  • NiCd and Ni-MH batteries can be damaged by over-charging. After a battery has been recharged, do not try to add additional charge to the battery by sending it through another recharge cycle before using it.
  • Batteries can be damaged by dropping or sudden impacts. Even if there is no apparent external damage, the rechargeable battery could later develop an internal short or leak while in the camera and cause damage.
  • If batteries have become wet, they may short out and will not work properly.

Jul 17, 2010 | HP Photosmart M417 Digital Camera

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When i turn on my camera it will not extend or let me set the men


Check batery type suitble for your camera, also ensure correctly installed(+ -) Check contacts are clean

Sep 24, 2009 | Fuji FinePix A360 Digital Camera

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After charging the Battery the power button flash blinks


i think the red light means low power for battery... maybe just maybe your battery didnt really charge.. im not saying that its the charger, but try to buy a new rechargeable batteries, use it then charge it and compare it with the other one... i think thats the problem with batteries if we stop using it for a long time... hope ull be able to resolve it

Sep 13, 2009 | Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W70 Digital Camera

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Battery keeps going dead - second time around


Okay, well depending on the batteries it has different amounts of time you should charge it for, the packet of the rechargeable batteries should tell you this. Check this first because you may be charging it the incorrect amount it needs.
Ask in store you brought it from if you aren't sure.

Apr 14, 2009 | Casio Exilim EX-S600 Digital Camera

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Problem of rechargable battery


The best way to tell if it is a battery problem would be to charge them fully then use the camera and see how long they keep working as compared to what their specs are (probably in your camera info). It is also possible that the charger is at fault, which can be tested by measuring the output of the charger with a meter, or check to make sure the charger is the proper one for those batteries ("quick" chargers may need special batteries, etc.). If your camera can use alkaline batteries of the same type, try new ones and see if it still says "low" -- if so then it could be the camera. Hope this helps. If not, check your camera website and try troubleshooting there.

Oct 23, 2008 | Canon PowerShot A570 IS Digital Camera

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