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Low battery display

Camera began displaying low battery and shuts off, even when new batteriers are installed.

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  • pcokie May 13, 2008

    that took care of the problem. Thanks!

  • Anonymous Mar 17, 2014

    camera keeps showing low battery even with new one stalled

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Go to your local walmart and but a set of nimh rechargeable batteries and let them charg when done charging install them in to you camra then hit the menu button go to the setup display and scrool down to the battery type and choose Ni-MH this will save you battery life from 5-15 min to 5-6 hrs of life.

Posted on May 07, 2008

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