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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
To quote Imaging-Resouce.com: He only got about 100 minutes off his battery. Here's what he said:
Slightly better than average battery life for a compact model, but think about buying a second battery anyway. The Canon Powershot SD200 uses a custom rechargeable LiIon battery for power, and uses a custom power adapter, so I couldn't perform my usual direct measurements of its power consumption, but did check how long it would run on a fully charged battery. Like most compact digicams, battery life on the SD200 is a little on the short side, with a worst-case run time (capture mode, with the LCD turned on) of 107 minutes by actual measurement. This is better than many compact and subcompact models, but I'd still strongly recommend purchasing a second battery along with the camera, and keeping it charged as a spare. (Digicam batteries always die at the worst possible times.)
I found this for cheap "Replacement Camera Battery for Canon Powershot SD200 " SKU NB4L103719 $5.42 + s/h at Become.com To increase battery life, turn off unnecessary features like any beep feature, reduce the picture review display time, etc. How many minutes are you getting out of it?
Posted on Feb 28, 2008
This solution was originally posted by rulds2008.
"The battery regulator inside needs to be replaced around $15 from radioshack or you can take it to a camera shop for around $35 bucks. If its still under warrenty Take it in and have it repaired free."
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
If you're sure that the batteries are full, then the power board has to be changed. It's the first board under back cover, with the buttons on the other side of it. Contact your local Canon service center. If they ask very much, you can contact me email@example.com and I can give you a price - I have access to new Canon parts.
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
SOURCE: hi both red and green
If both lights are flashing it means the battery is defective so it won't charge it. By defective it could mean the battery is just worn out or there may be a short in the battery. If the battery is under warranty you can get it replaced at a Makita Service Center, if not you have to buy a new battery.
Posted on Sep 13, 2010
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