Here is the cheapest charger i could find online.
I dobut you will be able to find them in a real store for a reasonable price though.
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Re: lumix LC-DMC40 Camera Charger
What type of battery does it take?
If standard AA type then a normal Ni-Mah or Ni-Cad will do it with a couple of sets of cells.
Some cameras -one of mine in fact - will take AA's even though a special one is the preferred type.
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I have the same problem. Sanyo advised this charger is no longer made. Other than eBay, Radio Shack has charger that will work with the battery in the VPC-T700 and priced at $30. Walmart has a universal charger for numerous devises with varying connections, also priced at $30. I did not try the Walmart option; however, the packaging does list Sanyo products are compatable.
Yes, there are both possibilities - either the camera is faulty and drains too much power from battery or the charger is faulty and can't charge the battery enough.
How long does it take to "charge" the battery - from the moment you put the battery into charger to the moment it will signalize battery full?
Do you have any friend with the same or similar camera? Try using your battery in his camera or recharging your battery using his charger. If not, try your local store if they will allow you to charge the battery in new charger...
BTW it is normal for these batteries to have significantly lower life in very cold temperatures. The advise is to have the camera (or just battery) near your body so that it is not in cold for all the time and put it out only for time you take photo.