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Kodak camera bad battery life

When i put new batterys in, it runs out of battery and turns off within 5 mins. i tried kodak batterys and they only lasted a day, what is wrong?

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Okay, first of all, KODAK batteries are a waste of money. And second of all, make sure that you aren't using rechargeable batteries. And if you checked those, bring those batteries back to the store bub, because those are some lousy 5% charged from the factory.

Posted on Jul 15, 2008

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