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Batteries What kind of batteries can I use in these cameras?

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You can use alkaline batteries, lithium batteries, and nickel metal hydride (Ni-MH) AA batteries. Olympus recommends using Ni-MH batteries for longer life.

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When I put my battery back into my camera after charging it. The camera will still not turn on. Why ?

Check the position of the batteries. Some camera require the batteries to put in (+)(+) positive-positive position if we see from above. Some other require the batteries to put in (+)(-) or (-)(+) or (-)(-).
Make sure you have put in the batteries in the right place.
Sometimes, unchargeable batteries will stay longer than chargeable batteries, You can try to insert that kind of batteries.

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Is it necessary to put any specific type of batteries?

Yes, on Kodak cameras, for instance, they recommend LiIon batteries which have a higher voltage.
Some camera brands work off of regular alkaline batteries, though.

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Hi, my olympus digital camera FE-310 (1,6 years old) often indicates immediately 'battery empty' even with fresh batteries. I tried out different kinds of batteries, but the problem seems to get worse...

Make sure you have the right kind of batteries. These kinds of cameras can use the batteries very fast if they are not the correct kind recommended by the user manual. Read the user manual.
If the camera works correctly, and takes pictures and movies okay, and still uses batteries quickly, then more than likely, the batteries must be the wrong kind. Never use the cheapest kind of double-A in these cameras.
If you use rechargeable batteries, make sure they are charged fully before using the camera.

Try this: Turn the camera on, make sure that the menu setting for the kind of batteries you have installed is set correctly. If you set the wrong kind of batteries, the problems you are having is a common thing.
Also turn the camera on, then set all the menus to the default settings. Then make sure that the kind of batteries you are using is set in the menu as (if alkaline set it so... If rechargeable, set so ... other options may exist in menus).
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The "camera ready" light starts out green when I turn on the camera, and then changes to blinking orange, and won't let metake a picture...fresh batteries don;t make a difference.

You can try to set all the menus to default, but this camera may need repair.
Make sure you have the right kind of batteries.
Putting in the wrong kind of batteries may cause errors.
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Wrong batteries settings prevents access to menu

Charge fully the batteries you have, to prevents the camera distinguish the type of batteries (maybe the camera senses the charge), turn on the camera and you will have access to the menu to set up the batteries type correctly, that´s all.
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Go to the menu and make sure you have the battery type set to the kind you are using.

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What kind of batteries are you using? It's a well-known fact that for instance normal alkaline batteries run flat in no time in these kinds of cameras. You'd better use powerful NiMH batteries, 2,000 mAh or above and a charger which does the job in let's say 1 hour or so. Also get an extra set of batteries. You'll never regret you bought it!
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Batteries

You can use alkaline batteries, lithium batteries, and nickel metal hydride (Ni-MH) AA batteries. Olympus recommends using Ni-MH batteries for longer life.
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