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My Polaroid i532 turns off while viewing the pictures. While it is powering off it makes a beeping sound and the lens cover does not shut all the way. I have changed the batteries several times for fully charged ones Energizers NiMH 2500 mAh AA. Any ideas what could be happening?

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You need to make sure you are using ULTRA / EXTRA STRENGTH batteries -- normal batteries don't provide enough power for newer digital cameras.

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