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I've noticed that some cameras are very picky to what batteries they will work on. I have a kodak 713 that will work on nothing but the energizer lithium as well as a garmin handheld gps, neither will stay on with regular batteries. I would check to see if a stronger battery may work better.
I Have The Same Exact Camera As You And Have lost of Experience With Digital Cameras I'm Guessing you just need digital camera compatible batteries (Rechargeable) Oh and keep in mind taking a picture requires a lot of energy use
There are two types of batteries that are suitable for your camera: Alkaline and NiMH
make sure that your batteries are made for a digital camera these seem to fit a bit differently into the digital camera then standard AA batteries.
but what you are saying is ushally the cause of the batteries and nothing to do with the camera, when the unit does power up make sure in the menu the right battery is selected for the camera as well.
I had the same problem, stuck lens, 3 beeps and shutdown. You must get pissed off at the camera first. Then bite the lens, clenching it like pliars (you could probably use pliars too), turn the camera on and immediately start pilling on the lens in the outward direction. The tooth grip unstuck the lens and vot it worked. you can take this solution to the bank.