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Half battery life

The battery life is 50% even after replacing them and the camera won't work

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  • nugget1972 Apr 26, 2008

    same problem too a picture and the camera just stop working. if itake the batteries out and put back in the camera come on for a second the blanks back out

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Try with alkaline batteries

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