I took a couple pictures, changing the batteries a couple times, and one night I took a picture and the low battery came on. So I changed it and turned it back on it brought only some settings that was their.It didn'nt make any difference what mode I was in. Then after a couple seconds it shut off with three beeps
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its just a matter of batteries...some are not powerful enough to operate the camera ....Try to change them and buy some real good ones..like Duracell or Tatra...do not make any compromises when buy the batteries...get the best cause these kinda cameras really require powerful ones...or ...try to get a set of rechargeable ...
This camera is a power hog,,,,It sounds as though your batteries are low or one of them may be defective,,,Put some fresh heavy duty alkaline batteries in it and try again...If you have rechargable batteries in it then they may need to be removed and recharged and or upgraded to heavier batteries...I installed 10,000 milliamp/hr batteries and bought a solar panel for mine...It took 74 pictures on Hi resolution last night...
You will have to reset the day and time after removing the batteries...
Put 2 batteries in flashlight and ran completely dead. Charged them in 1hr. 50min. Pulled plug per directions for first time charge and plugged back in. Light went out in about 10 - 15 min. Plugged in third time with same results. Is this normal. Haven't tried them in camera yet.