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Old Dec 30, 2003, 1:12 AM   #1
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Default Battery life of info-lithium on Sony F505 ???

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Hi All,
I just bought a used Sony Cyber-shot F505 2.1 mp digicam for my son, which came along with 2 batteries.

I charged both the batteries for more than 5 hours each, but i realised the batteries were drained quiet fast when about 30-35 minutes of power was remaining (displayed in the camers LCD)

I just wanted to know, if the batteries need replacement or does it indicates some problem with the camera.

Also, I would like to know what was the actual life of a Lithium battery after it's first charge.

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Old Jan 1, 2004, 5:18 PM   #2
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Default Battery life of a F505

I have a F505v with the same battery problem as you described. I had to buy a new (and expensive) battery to go around the problem. I charched my old battery several times but still it run for just a short time. It shows 30 minutes in the display and next the camera shuts down.
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Old Jan 2, 2004, 2:06 AM   #3
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Hi Rbi,
I had some more queries;

1. Did the New battery solve your problem,
2. Was it a Sony brand or some generic battery.

If there is any thing else you would like to share in terms of the said battery, you are welcome.
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