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Greetings - The indicator that is displayed on page 22 of the manual is the only battery indicator in the camera. There is no real time "gauge" of battery status.
As indicated, there is only battery charged (no display), battery low indicator and battery exhausted indicator. You'll find very few (if any) consumer grade point and shoot cameras with that level of monitoring.
If in doubt, charge the battery. You're not going to hurt it by charging it too frequently.
The camera does not have a battery level indicator as such. That is, it doesn't display anything if the battery level is good. If the level drops, a battery symbol will appear on the upper-right corner of the screen. If the level drops too far, it will say "Battery exhausted" and not allow you to take any pictures.
You can download an English-language copy of the manual from the manufacturer's web site at http://support.nikontech.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/13948
The low-battery indicator will appear near the upper-right corner of the display when the battery level drops. If it's not there then the battery level is fine. When it appears, get ready to replace or recharge the battery.
It's normally indicated by numbers of bars in your battery symbol. The lower number of bars, the lower the charge. There MAY be a low battery alert symbol that flashes when your battery charge is at a minimum. Make sure you carry fresh batteries with you just in case.
Hey scelzinc, This camera does not have a way to show the current charge level on your battery, but an Icon of a low battery symbol should appear on the LCD screen when your battery is at a low level and needs to be recharged. I hope this helps! Sincerely, Allan Go Ahead. Use Us.
If that camera has a problem, the low battery symbol will flash as a warning to tell you that it is not working properly. Kind of like the "Check Engine" light in your car. It tells you something is not working, but doesn't give you any clue what it is!
Check to make sure the pop-up flash is not sticking down when it is supposed to be popping up. That is the most common cause for that problem. Also, check the shutter blades in the film compartment to make sure they haven't been pushed out of their tracks when you were loading film.
If neither one of those is causing the problem, take it to a local camera repair shop and have them check it out.