Question about Nikon Coolpix 4600 Digital Camera
Ive mostly used those green and whote Durcaell rechargeable ACUU (DC
1500 NiMH) batteries which take maybe 200 pics with no flash.
However all a sudden I put in a newly charged pair of these green/white rechargeable batteries and it took maybe 4 pictures with no flash before dying. (I thought maybe the problem was with my charger, and they just didnt charge). But then i bought a brand new pair of regular Duracells and put them in and it took like only 5 pictures with no flash before dying.
I dont see how my camera could all a sudden be drawing so much energy and wasting the battery right away. Maybe I need to try some more batteries? What could be the problem, I cant have a camera that needs new batteries every 5 pictures!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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