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When I take a picture with fully charged batteries, the recovery is very slow.

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Some batteries such as alkaline use a chemical reaction to create energy, these batteries typically do not supply very much current.

Flash cycle time may be longer.

As far as common batteries go, Lithium would be the fastest, followed by NiMH.

If it's still slow, buy a new camera and or external flash (imaging-resource.com is a good resource)

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