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Re: camera will not stay powered
Camera might have a hardware issue, possibly parts need replaceing, dont know of repaircosts. But I would recommend takeing the camera to a local pc or electronics repair shop for analysis. If no warranty exist anymore.
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The camera should go off automatically when faulty. attempt to explore teh functions on the camera is discover the unique experience beyond power shut down requests. When powered on, capture a snap shot immediately or else the camera takes charge to poweroff to save batteries. Also, attempt to power charge since the insufficeient battery does not allow the camera to stay on long.
No and no, the flash is by default programed to shut off after 1 minute .If you were using the flash on-camera, the flash
would automatically power itself on when camera activity is detected but
when the flash is detached, it doesn't wake back up. To change this you have to turn off the auto shut off in the flash menu: 1. Power the flash on 2. Hold down the back light /C.Fn button until "Fn 00
0" appears on the screen 3. Rotate the selector wheel until you see
"Fn 01 0" 4. Press your selector button down so that the 0 begins
flashing 5. Rotate your selector wheel to change the 0 to a 1
6. Rotate the selector to the "Fn 14 0" position and set it to 1 7. Press your selector button to save this parameter
8. Press your Mode button to return to the main screen Now your flash stays on as long as the flash switch is turned on ON, and as long as you have juice in the batteries.
Do not forget to turn off the flash after you are done.You can reverse it anytime, but you have to read the manual for that..
What batteries can I use in my digital camera, and how long do they last?
Battery life depends on how you use your camera, the type of batteries you select, and how you handle the batteries.
Your camera is compatible with: KODAK Li-Ion Rechargeable Battery KLIC-8000 and KODAK CRV3 Lithium Batteries: A non-rechargeable battery. (so your battery might be in need of a change)
Using Your Camera
Some features, such as reviewing pictures and using the flash, require more power than others. Follow these guidelines to get the best use of your batteries:
Limit the time your camera is in Review mode.
Limit your use of the flash.
Use the LCD Dimmer or Auto Power Off features, if available on your camera.
Transfer your pictures to your computer using a compatible power adapter, camera dock, printer dock, or memory card reader.
The most likely culprit is a several year old battery that is not accepting or holding a sufficient charge. Turning the camera on, and taking a non-flash photo may not tax the battery too much. However, when the flash is called for, the power demand may exceed the battery's ability to deliver enough juice. A new(er) battery is probably your best bet to resolve the problem.