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Battery Peoblem it was working find and now every time i put brand new batteries in it goes ti low battery and wont let me take pictures and only last for 30 mins and batteroes are dead wont turn back on.

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Are you using the correct type of batteries - normal alkaline are not powerful enough Do check out your manual.

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