Question about Canon Cameras
The battery contacts inside the camera, you can pull them up or towards your carefully so that they reach further.
Then close the cover properly and use some tape to hold it closed.
this will keep the batteries with a constant good contact, but I suspect the issue is probably not the batteries, try a higher capasity rechargeable batteries, something to the direction of 2000 or 2500 or more mAh.
I think its very unlikely that a poor contact would be draining the batteries, the mainboard of the camera is probably leaking or draining more energy than when it was new, comes down to poor quality components, things are not made to last these days, just a few years tops, in the intrest of profits...
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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