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Hi my name is Kari. I got my camera from my mother who has passed away. I am having trouble with her camera. it keeps shuting off on me i tryed different batteries and it keeps shutting off on me i do not know what to do. please help.

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To RON Bower: The battery you will need is the Duracell Altra batteries. They
last longer than other batteries i used even the recharacble ones. That have a stronger battery in trying right now -details later!

Posted on Aug 14, 2012

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This camera has a huge battery hunger. It wont last long with alkalines, you need to switch over to NiMH ive had one before and alkalines just dont have the power this camera needs.

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Kari Heres what it said in the instruction Manual.. (If you dont have a manual theres one here for free for you to veiw or print . You can acsess it by clicking on your cameras model number at the top of your iquiry and scroll down and take a look) It says that theres an auto off on this camera and if you dont touch any buttons for two minutes it shuts off all by itself. Also you cant or shouldnt use magnesium batteries.. Good Luck.

Posted on Apr 23, 2006

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