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My camera is eating its batteries!

I've had a olympus camida digital camera for two years now and it just began having this problem with the batteries. Lately, my camera has been going through to double A batteries every single day when usually they could last for a couple of weeks. Is there a way to fix this problem, or is my camera just messed up?

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No, its the fact that batteries nowadays are getting less value for money, the best thing to use is rechargeable batteries, as they are more powerfull and last probably twice as long as normal batteries.

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