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Kodak dc265 zoom digital camera

The picture on my digital camera will not appear and it keeps turining itself off and will not take a pic and no display will come up when it is in capture mode. when it is in review mode you can review your pictures but that is about all that you can do. is there anything i can do to fix this problem myself or do i need to take it to a camera shop and have them do it. i have changed the batteries a couple of times. i would appreciate you opinion thanks vickie kain

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Hi: What's happening to your camera is not normal but, I think the real probelm it's in the batteries. You're using 4 AA NiMh bateries all charged? How many mAh do the batteries have? I think that your batteries may be vitiated and that's what's causing the mal function. I sugest that you buy new 4 AA NiMh with 2500 mAh and try with those... or ask a friend to loan you :D Regards

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