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Type of batties

Odd my batties went out i bought new set of batteries panasonic since i put them in now my camera don't want to stay on when i move to to take a picture it clicks off.

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  • twister55 Feb 21, 2008

    no short in it it was fine before batteries went out probary i hope is cheap batteries at the dollar store my plan is go to walgreens get some camera batteries,,tahn see.



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