Question about Cameras
Cant use alkaline or carbon/zinc. I never was able to get more than 5 shots with either, use NiMH or if it is a proprietary rechargeable battery, charge it up again, insert, attempt to turn on and use a pin to hit the reset button on the bottom or sside of the camera, Most SONY cameras have one of these, itll wipe out the date and time, but may also clear up a hung processor.
Posted on May 09, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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This camera needs really strong batteries. Even if the batteries work great in other devices they might not work in this camera. Buy some FRESH (yes check the date and get the ones that will expire the latest) Alkaline Batteries and give it a try. Rechargeable (NiCad) batteries never worked for me. This is the very reason I got rid of my P92 (same camera with higher 5.1m pixel optics)
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