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Old Sep 24, 2006, 10:00 AM   #411
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they will lasta little longer in shelf life . they have more punch to the battery in time yes but you'll not notice it.

1 closing the cover allows you to fit the hybrid hidden away, or covered up on a outdoorslopeetc? if I needed to do this I reverse the screen.


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Old Sep 24, 2006, 10:19 AM   #412
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I have not been able to view any of your video posts is that because I'm using Dial Up and not High Speed internet (one day I will convert to HighSpeed:P)? Do you have any video postings that are in a lower capacity speed (not sure if this even exists) or can be viewed with Windows Media player using the standard dial up :?? I'de like to see the difference between the MPVR 6 and the MPVR8.

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Old Sep 24, 2006, 10:34 AM   #413
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Winterhere is a clip I converted as low as I can go pocket pc

hopeyou'll see the difference? it will be helpful to seea clip but yes dial up is SLOW SLOW SLOW

http://media.putfile.com/Movie-0002-86

this should allow you to load faster

you may notice a great loss in video reso, but the fist part is the mpvr andits darker the water , the PVR is greener in the water

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Thanks I was able to view your video. I could see the difference between the (2).

Now my second problem. I received my battery today, however I cannot charge it in the charger that came with the camera. When I put the battery in it the red light on the charger does not come on (indicates that the battery is charging), but the green light does (indicates the battery is charged), however it does fit in the camera but no power. Is this because the Battery I received is a 3.6v 1350mah and the battery that came with the camera and charger is a 3.7v 850mah? What do I do next? Is there a generic charger out there that I can charge the battery in?



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Old Sep 24, 2006, 3:23 PM   #415
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1 a nokia 8290 series fits and charges. so lets se ifwe can figure this out

1 the battery should have 3 square connectors or contacts. and then two dots

Am I correct or wrong?

2 the orginal will have 3 connectors or squares. I am correct on that.

makes sure you face the (-) facing the charger where the green/red light closest to you, to its left, and its (=) to its right.

If it lights green try playing with it by pressing up and down a lil no force.

if it does not let it sit there for a few minutes or more and tru again to lift up down left right.

Sometimes the charger has a memory and it needs to be tricked.

the aiptek Battery is a Nokia and it is stated on the PVR's pkg this time around

hope that helps out

it will charge do not get upset .
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Old Sep 24, 2006, 3:27 PM   #416
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http://www.stevesforums.com/forums/v...mp;forum_id=92

here is a topic i did with the battery it'll show the pics of what i am talking about and also some other info that may be helpful Winter
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Okay, yes it has 3 square connectors or contacts. and then two dots. And the orginal has 3 connectors or squares. I've tried it several times in the charger, and put in the way your instructions read, but to no vail it's still not working.Good thing I only purchased one. I never took the charger in consideration when buying the batter.
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Old Sep 24, 2006, 6:02 PM   #418
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it should charge?

1 tr y see if anything is interfering like plastic on it?

2 if it's already charged

3 let stay in the charger for a trckle charge till its pass the stage it'll grab a charge?


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Good Morning Fishy,

Well, I never did get the battery to charge. I guess I'll just go through Aiptek for my batteries. I'll never know wether it would have worked in thecamera or not. It was suppose to be compatible with the 8210, however it didn't state any charging compatibilites. Unless the batteries itself was deadbeat.



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Old Oct 1, 2006, 11:50 AM   #420
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Ebay yes I say for sure

a dead battery

contact the person request a new one they'll tell you to toss the old one out.

I bet it hasa memory and it's pass a reguvinating (spell check me ) (lol):G

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