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I used a disk that all ready had pictures on it and took some more pictures I can see the newer pictures when I review them on the camera but I cant see them when I try to download them

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Dave Jones

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SOURCE: camera turns off after reviewing two pictures

I suspect this a battery problem which has been described by many Sony users. The camera reads the battery charge wrong
and shut downs down.

For what its worth I had this same problem with both rechargeables and alkcalines. Fresh batteries were rejected after just a few shots and were clearly NOT dead. Solution seems to be either use Sony's NP-NH25 cybershot battery which is made of two AA batteries jointed at the hip or use generic rechargeable NiMh batteries with a capacity superior to Sony's battery (>2500mAh).

Dan

Posted on Jan 10, 2009

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