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JOHN WYNN Posted on Oct 04, 2006
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A BATTERY PROBLEM WITH THE FUJI S500

Ive been using the s500 now for about 4 years but all of a sudden now im not getting many pictures from the camera when the battery light comes on and shuts me down, but the strange thing is no matter how many different batteries i try it just seems to drain the life out of 1 battery and when i change the whole set i have to reset the time abd date, which i didnt have to do before, so i was wondering if there is an internal battery inside the camera that might need changing

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Old motors and mechanism is eating too much power, thats what you will expect after three or more years using your unit. Digital cameras lasts for about three years working in good condition, after that expect your head to turn using that cam.

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