I put in new batteries and after a while show low battery. Turn it on again and show it again. Then the camera freeze on a picture, no m atter what I do it wont go away or to another photo. I remove the batteries and put it in back, then it wont turn on back again. Put in other new batteries but it wont help. Where is the camera reset. What must I do to help my camera, there are a lot of photos in it and it won't turn on again.
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It's not the camera.
Are your batteries suggested for digital camera use? Have you checked the expiry date?
this camera is quite the battery ****- even if your batteries show up as fully charged, a lot of brand's don't have enough power to support this camera, so MAKE sure you buy good batteries.
Rechargeable batteries, do lose their capacity if recharged when partly down- the best way to discribe it is to say they have a memory- but only remember the last bit to be charged.
So put the batteries into a torch or similar and leave on until completely flat and empty- then recharge.
So do that and buy some new batteries - a couple of sets of batteries are best to have any way.
Make sure they are NiMah and the charger accepts NiMah.
Then clean out the contact in the bottom the of the battery chamber with the eraser at the end of a pencil. and the contach on the cap.
Do that first then come back.
have you tried plugging it to the wall AC?
Use a reset button if there is one. Leave the camera with batteries out for a day or two. If nothing seems to have an effect take it to a repair shop to get a repair estimate, see if it's worth it.