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Type of batteries

What type of batteries does the camera require?

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Olympus recommends the use of Nickel-Metal Hydride (Ni-MH) rechargeable batteries or Olympus CR-V3 (LB-01) long-life disposable lithium batteries. The batteries are only used to power the camera. The print engine in the C-211 Zoom is powered by a battery pack self-contained inside each Polaroid® Type 500™ film pack.

Posted on Sep 01, 2005

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You can use two LB-01E 3V lithium batteries, four B-01 4PE AA Ni-MH batteries (BU-40SU charger and batteries), four AA Ni-CD batteries, four AA Alkaline batteries the B-10LPB Lithium Polymer Battery or the New B-12LPB Lithium Polymer Battery . Please note: the B-10LPB Lithium Polymer Battery, B-HLD10 Power Battery Holder and the B-20LPCE charger are included in the B-30 LBS kit, and the B-12LPB Lithium Polymer Battery, B-HLD10 Power Battery Holder and the B-20LPCE charger are included in the B-32 LBS kit.

Posted on Aug 31, 2005

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Four AA-size alkaline batteries, lithium batteries, and Nickel-Metal Hydride (Ni-MH) batteries can be used. The D-460/490 Zoom can also use two Olympus CR-V3 (LB-01) long-life lithium batteries. Olympus recommends the use of Ni-MH batteries or CR-V3 long-life lithium batteries (where applicable).

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Four AA-size alkaline batteries, lithium batteries, and Nickel-Metal Hydride (Ni-MH) batteries can be used. The D-460/490 Zoom can also use two Olympus CR-V3 (LB-01) long-life lithium batteries. Olympus recommends the use of Ni-MH batteries or CR-V3 long-life lithium batteries (where applicable).

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