We want to know how to change or recharge the batteries in our izone 300.
Does it have batteries and if so, how do we get to them. Is ther a way to recharge the izone 300 using the PC?
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To answer your question on charging your camera with your pc you can if
you have the drivers installed on your computer it will let it charge
through the usb. as for your second question about being able to
replace your cameras battery: well the answer is that it's not possible
to unless you either send it to the company to replace it should or
when it fails. they will charge you a fee if the camera is out of
warranty or the alternative is basically opening the camera and finding
a similar battery. should you decide to open your camera than this is
the possible solution that i came up with for replacing the battery.
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To locate the battery on your Polaroid Izone 300 Digital Camera, please remove the back case of the Izone 300.
On the bottom of the camera, you will find three screws that hold the case in its place. Use a screw driver to remove them. Now, take off the back of the case and you will be able to access battery in the camera.
It is plugged into a socket on the inside of the camera.
This will resolve the issue you are facing. In case you need any further input, please comment and let me know, and I will be more than happy to assist you to further resolve your issue.
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I took my izone 300 apart and replaced the battery with one purchased from Digiplant on Ebay for $9.98, shipping included. The battery is a Lithium Polymer 3.7 volt, 280 Mah, but I used a 3.7 volt, 550 Mah. It improves the battery life immensly and the flash never fails like it did on occasion when it was new. Hope this helps everyone looking for a replacement battery.
From what you say I imagine this is built into the case with no opening to allow removal.
So that it is recharged in situ.
It that right.
If so Polaroid is the only place to go- unless you can open up the camera to see what the battery is like.
I imagine that in fact it can only be a standard type of battery but perhaps modified to fit he Polaroid housing.
Have you actually checked Polaroid Tech Support Team re this