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When trying to take a pic, camera shuts off

I have had my camera since Oct. 2006, and it worked great up until recently. Around Oct. 2007, it started acting up. Almost every time i would try to take a picture, the camera would turn black and shut off. I thought it was the low battery life, but i recharged the battery and it still does this. what can i do to fix this or where can i go to get it fixed without paying an arm and a leg?

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Hi, try a brand new battery; if the camera has been ideal for a while the battery could be dead.

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