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    Default 200d Batteries Die Overnight

    I've had a 1300d for a while and decided to upgrade to the 200d.

    Much as I like the 200d, it's got a fault that the 1300d doesn't.

    Batteries go flat after 2 days of non-use. I've only had this camera 10 days.

    I've even tried this with both the standard 1040mAh and newer more powerful (1350mAh) batteries and the same thing happens. Leave two days - battery dead.

    Note:
    GPS is disabled.

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    Default Re: 200d Batteries Die Overnight

    Quote Originally Posted by brenski View Post
    Note:
    GPS is disabled.
    What about WiFi, Bluetooth & NFC?
    John Liddle

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    Default Re: 200d Batteries Die Overnight

    My 200D didn’t have that problem.....it would hold charge for weeks.
    if this is a new camera then I would have the camera swapped under warranty.
    If not, then is it a genuine Canon battery?
    Does the battery lose charge if taken out of the camera for a few days....that would tell you if its the camera or the battery at fault of course.
    Brian Vickers LRPS

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    Default Re: 200d Batteries Die Overnight

    Quote Originally Posted by John Liddle View Post
    What about WiFi, Bluetooth & NFC?.
    Hi John
    Bluetooth already disabled, I've just disabled wifi & NFC - will see how it goes

    Quote Originally Posted by brianvickers View Post
    My 200D didnít have that problem.....it would hold charge for weeks.
    if this is a new camera then I would have the camera swapped under warranty.
    If not, then is it a genuine Canon battery?
    Does the battery lose charge if taken out of the camera for a few days....that would tell you if its the camera or the battery at fault of course.
    I've removes lens. at present battery still showing @ 100% - will check later and if it drops, will try again with battery removes from camera.

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