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Posted on May 25, 2008

Everytime i turn on the camera it goes right back out

Im having a problem with my camera i tried new chargeable batteries and it'll work for a couple of pictures then it start going back out again.

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Ok honestly our camara type is a ***** they need the perfect batteries and dosent take just any brand chargeable batteries are a waste because our camera will reject them no matter what try a diffrent brand

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