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When I press the button to take a pic, seems sluggish and slow to actually take picture. Also,when I took battery out to charge, will not come out with "push"..I had to shake it out of the camera. It was purchased in 1/2010. thanks

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Hi cseelund, Was the battery clean when it came out or did it have corrosion? If corroded then it will need to go to Nikon for CLA. If not corroded then take it back to the dealer. It should be still under warranty.

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