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Problem in battery

My camera working well for the paset 3 months. But today when power on my camera, a display shows "For use with compatible battery only" and automatically turns OFF.

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Well is it the correct battery? Assuming it is and should be if supplied with camera- How old is it? Batteries do lose their capacity to hold full voltage as they age - so perchance it is not delivering enough. This is especially applicable to re-chargable batteries. A New battery then

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