Batteries dran overnight - Fujifilm Finepix A330

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by BG250, Jul 23, 2004.

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    BG250 Guest

    I just bought this camera along with Ni-mh batteries. I charged the
    batteries in the smart charger and put them in the camera. I tried it out
    and turned it off. Next day I turned it on. The lens extended and it went
    dead. I reinserted the batteries. It comes on and goes off. I inserted
    another set of batteries and it works fine. I turned off the camera and let
    it set overnight. I turned it on the next day and it turned off in a couple
    seconds again!

    When I turn it off, I slide the cover fully over the lens until it clicks.
    It is also not connected to any cable. Sounds like a defective unit to me.
    Anyone else with this camera have this issue?
    Thanks, BG
    (Please reply to the group, my address is fake for spam blocking)
    BG250, Jul 23, 2004
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    Ian Stirling Guest

    You'r sure your batteries are OK?
    Ian Stirling, Jul 23, 2004
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    BG250 Guest

    I put them in a flashlight (discharged from the camera) and they went flat
    in seconds. I recharged the set that went flat first, put them in the
    flashlight, went to lunch. The light was still shining bright when I

    From this I conclude the batteries are good.

    I did an RMA to return the camera hopefully the replacement works better.
    BG250, Jul 23, 2004
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    chas Guest

    same thing with the 2600z
    chas, Jul 23, 2004
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    Don Guest

    If you charge them, and then let them sit overnight out of the camera and
    the flashlight, do they then work the next day? That will tell you for sure
    whether it's the batteries, although if you tried two sets, I doubt if
    they're the problem. It's more likely that the camera isn't actually
    turning off all of the way, I believe.

    Don, Jul 23, 2004
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    Dave Cohen Guest

    I agree with you conclusion, take it back for an exchange or whatever.
    Dave Cohen
    Dave Cohen, Jul 24, 2004
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