My camera will not turn on and stay on. It will come on and immediately go off. I have new and charged batteries. So.,... That is not the problem. HELP! I need my camera tonight and the next weeks....graduations....
I had the same problem--One day it worked fine-- the next day it booted up and cut of. I recharged batters. Then I noticed the memory card would not upload to my PC. WELL, I tried a New Memory card and it (the) Camera worked fine.. So just change the card and give it a try..Good Luck.
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I only can think of two reasons. The first, the battery does not have enough power. As a safety precaution it shuts itself down, to avoid damage to the saved pictures. Because if the voltage is to low, it can't write with 100% accuracy.
Second: something is blocking free movement of the lens. This could have a cause inside the lens barrel, and you won't see a thing. It also could be a minute damage on the outside of the lens. Or what sometimes happens while putting the camera on, you touch the lens barrel. I assume you did remove any lens cap attached to the camera.
So if you can't see any damage to the lens barrel, charge the battery and try again.
If you really left the batteries alone for 6 years without regularly charging them, they won't work anymore. I still have two KLIC 500 batteries from Kodak, which I bought in 2005, Both are in very good condition, because the both get a charge every 3 months, even in periods I did not use my camera.
You could try. charging the batteries several times, but don't have to high expectations.
Hi make sure you have charged up your new batteries, Always the new rechargeable batteries are to be charged to minimum of 8 hours of time to keep the memory of the chargeable batteries active. Hope this helps you.
Here are the steps:
1. Make sure you will install a new or fully charged battery/batteries into your camera.Pls. 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. Without the memory card,turn on your camera.
1. Remove the batteries from the camera and then clean the battery contacts 2. Remove the memory card 3. Verify the batteries your using Recomended batteries are CRV3 lithium (non-rechargeable) Ni-MH rechargeable digital camera batteries 2 AA lithium 4. Make sure to use a brand new batteries or fully charge batteries 5. inserted the battery correctly 6. Place the camera in Auto Mode [it's the green camera on the top of the camera beside the flash.] 7. Turn on the camera
To correct the flash problem, please do the following: Turn off the camera. Install a set of new or fully charged batteries into the camera. Turn on the camera. Press the Flash Status button to scroll through the flash options until Fill Flash (the lightning bolt icon alone, with no other letter or symbol) is displayed. This forces the camera to use the flash.
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Depends on the amount of use and the amount of turning it on and off. Typically, not very long. The best rechargable batteries I have found for longevity are the Rayovac Hybrid rechargeables. They last a long time and when you buy them, they are already charged and ready to go. I bought my mom a new camera for Christmas and bought her this with the charger.