Question about Canon Cameras
I bought a canon A560 camera from US. The camera worked well with the original batteries but is continuosly displaying low battery sign when I replaced the old batteries. The case remains same eventhough I have used different make of batteries.
Indore - India
The problem is the batteries that you're currently using. They just don't have the power needed to run the camera, sometimes even if brand new and just out of the package. Digital cameras are power hungry, especially those that run on only two AA batteries (like your A560). You need to use the best batteries that are available. I recommend NiMH rechargeable batteries, power rated at 2,500 mah or better. They are 3 to 4 times more powerful than regular batteries. They will also quickly save you money as they can be used over and over again for years.
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