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Posted on Feb 18, 2012

  • Bill Horton Mar 01, 2012

    k-akima, I think that link is for the wrong battery. I have a DVR 850W and the battery is 3.7V 860mAh. The battery in your link is 3.6V 650mAh. Problem #t4402806 on FixYa says the camera actually needs a battery with 3.7V 1000mAh. I can't find a source of that size battery.

  • kakima Mar 01, 2012

    Sorry. That was the link Batteries+ gave for the Vivitar DVR 850W. You can try contacting them or another battery vendor to see fi they have anything with a higher capacity. (I don't think the voltage difference makes any difference, but as I don't have one of these camcorders I can't be sure.)

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SOURCE: where is the battery compartment on a vivitar dvr

The battery compartment is located in the back of the handle. There is a small button, when pushed it allows it to be opened.

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SOURCE: Vivitar DVR 850W: The battery is charged but

I also have the same problem with my Vivitar DVR 850W camcorder. So, I did research on the subject. I found out, that the battery that is in the camera is the wrong type. The battery is a 3.7V 860 mAh, which is made for a cellphone and doesn't hold a long charge. I found out that the battery is SUPPOSED to be a 3.7v 1000mAh. Quite a difference.

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SOURCE: just boight my vivtar 850w underwater video camera

I don't know this camera but it could be for 'full' or 'fail' so suggest you try a different memory card, or format from the menu to see if it helps. If not then you could contact the seller to ask for a refund or replacement

Posted on Dec 13, 2010

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Connect the camera to either a powered USB port on a computer or a wall outlet using the supplied charger. The connector is inside the cover on the back of the handgrip. Be aware that not all computer USB ports put out enough current to charge batteries.

The full instructions are in the "Preparing Your Camcorder for Use" section of the manual. If you need a manual, you can download one at
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I also have the same problem with my Vivitar DVR 850W camcorder. So, I did research on the subject. I found out, that the battery that is in the camera is the wrong type. The battery is a 3.7V 860 mAh, which is made for a cellphone and doesn't hold a long charge. I found out that the battery is SUPPOSED to be a 3.7v 1000mAh. Quite a difference.

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