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Camera shut off during photos and will not turn back on

I charged my camera all night then today while taking pictures, the camera shut off and will not turn back on. Even when I plug in the charger it does not even charge. I bought a new battery and still nothing.

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  • applesrock Nov 28, 2008

    there are two batteries that we have.  both are the type that are specified in the manual (checked the specs thrice) and the camera still does not recognize the battery.  i have even been able to charge it in the camera, but it wont function on its own (i.e. it needs the dc cable to work at all).

  • Anonymous Jan 20, 2009

    The camera was left to charge over night the next morning the camera would turn on but immediately turn its self off not to turn on again. Camera will not work with another charged battery or with the use of the power cord.

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Camera is not not recoginising the battery may there be a battery type mismatch or battery type is not provided correctly in the software of camera

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