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The camera acts as if the batteries are very low, even with new ones, it shuts off after a few seconds on. We've changed batteries. It also shut off as soon as the zoom lever is pushed.


Sounds like the batteries may be bad? Also, if they are good, (do you have a battery tester?,) it would seem to be a power supply problem

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My olympus x-43 camera is only powering up for a few seconds even thought i put brand new batteries in it. also it makes a buzzing noice when the lens shuts and also the lens only goes in a little bit


Are you using Lithium Batterys? If not, this maybe the problem due to the Digital camera using alot of power. They are expensive but worth it in the long run and last a long while.

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Even with new batteries, the camera turns off after a few seconds


Be sure you have real fresh Alkaline batteries or fresh recharched NiMh batteries.
The best rechargeable batteries are the ENELOOP (from Sanyo), these have a very, very low discharge, so after a week the camera still works without the problem of turning off after a few seconds.

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When I turn my camera on it stays on for a few seconds and then shuts itself off. I even put brand new batteries in it and it does the same thing


1. Make sure you will install a new or fully charged battery/batteries into your camera. Please use lithium batteries Ni-Mh or rechargeable Batteries (2000 M.Amp or higher). 2. Clean the battery contacts. a. Remove the battery/batteries and the memory card from your camera, then wipe the battery contacts with a soft, clean cloth. b. Reinstall the battery/batteries into your camera 3. Turn on your camera without the memory card. (If it works then it?s your memory card that is faulty)

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Camera says "change batteries" even with new batteries


Hi, Has anyone resolved this issue yet, I have a powershot s2 IS with the same issue - i replace the batteries with brand new duracell's and it says replace batteries i reseat the batteries and it works for a few pics if im lucky then says replace batteries again - any help would be appreciated - Canon offers no solution.

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Camera shuts off after a few seconds


i had that problem with another camera i toggled with the lens it went in and works like a charm. Dont be to gentile it will go in

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Change Batteries....?


Ok.. did you guys try a reset? Just remove the batteries, wait for 60 seconds then put them back in.. that should reset the camera..

Feb 22, 2008 | Canon PowerShot A95 Digital Camera

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Nikon coolpix 2100 camera won't stay on


I've been having problems with the batteries and the camera refusing to start even with fresh batteries. I bought loads of new rechargable batteries and have finally found some that work. Duracell rechargables. Theyr'e brilliant and keep their charge for ages despite continuous use of the camera! Last summer I managed to take 975 photos before the batteries finally decided to give up!

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Canon A95 "Change Batteries" problem!


I have this problem as well. I thought it was a problem with my NiMH batteries. So, I bought a volt meter to make sure the batteries worked. I have 8 AA NiMH batteries. I charged them all up and tested them with the volt meter. They were all good to go. However, no matter what I put in the camera one of two things happens:
1. I get the "change batteries" message.
2. I don't get the message, but the next time I check the camera (a few days later), one of them is totally drained.
Something is very wrong and I plan on contacting Canon.

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I think I Had that problem too. mine also quite suddenly started showing low battery even on new ones... it seemed better with non-rechargeable types. Now the reason I'm on this site is as the lens doesn't open.

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