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PostPosted: Sun Nov 26, 2017 7:12 pm 
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Does the S600 have an internal battery that can go dead?

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 27, 2017 3:38 am 
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Yes, usually tossing in a set of alkaline batteries into the camera and letting it sit for a day or two will charge it back up. If not sometimes you have to change the cameras backboard. An internal battery swap can be tricky.

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johnnydeerhunter wrote:
Yes, usually tossing in a set of alkaline batteries into the camera and letting it sit for a day or two will charge it back up. If not sometimes you have to change the cameras backboard. An internal battery swap can be tricky.


Thanks for the response. I had an S600 out for about three months and when I went to retrieve it I expected it to be dead and I tossed in some half charged rechargeables into it and couldn't get it to power up for more than few seconds. Once I got it home a few weeks later I did put some alkalines in it and it worked after a few days. Thanks again.

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 27, 2017 6:53 pm 
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I've only used rechargables in any of my builds for years, occasionally put them in cameras in my "spares" box, and use them to test newly purchased cameras, some of which, like my spares, apparently haven't had a battery in them for a long time. Rechargable AAs will easily recharge a camera's internal battery although it may take a few hours (maybe days, although I've never had it take more than a couple of hours). I have no idea how long those internal batteries will last or how many charges they will take, but I've never had one go permanently dead.

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I have had one go dead on a s-600....but I thought their only purpose was to hold the camera settings when the cam batteries are removed or go dead.


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