Question about Canon PowerShot A460 Digital Camera
That is a possibility but in most cases the camera's are just very very greedy and eat the power like a starving dog.
The best way around this problem that i have found (my camera does the same) is to purchase plenty of batteries, preferably Duracell Alkaline as they seem to last, also refrain from using the flash when you don't need it as the flash really does eat the batteries, this will conserve power and you'll get a little more life from them.
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
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