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Batterys can you please tell my why when i place a fully charged battery in my cam it only lasts about 15 minutes,i re-charge it and the charger lite shuts off and i place that battery back in the cam and again it only lasts about 15 minutes..........do i need to buy new batterys,i have two and they both do the same thing.

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You may need a new battery. If the problem persist, then you need a technician to check the camera and the charger.
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