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Battery Low indicator and Camera shuts Down

When I try to to take a picture I get a red battery low indicator in the viewing window, and the camera shuts down. I hve 3 batteries and they all work the same after a full charge. As long as I am reviewing my photos, the stays powered.

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Re: Battery Low indicator and Camera shuts Down

What brand of memory card are you using? Sandisc, Toshiba and Panasonic are the only ones that really work with the cameras. If using one of those trying resetting the camera.

go to setup
go up to reset
press right arrow
highlight reset
press set

If that doesn't work....Send it into repairs and they will send you an estimate on what it would cost to fix it. Give them a call at 800-706-2534 option 2.

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