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MY BATTERIES GO DOWN VERY QUICK. HOW COME ?? - Kodak EasyShare C875 Digital Camera

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  • Larz May 11, 2010

    How quick is very quick?
    What kind of batteries are you using?
    IS the display screen on all the time?



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My guess here is that you're using standard "AA" batteries. If you're doing this, a digital camera will **** the life out of them very quickly. Look into purchasing rechargable "AA" size Lithium-Ion batteries. They will last MUCH longer and save you a ton of cash on the alkaline batteries.

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