If the battery is not holding its charge it can be due to several reasons. At certain temperatures such as temperatures below 0 degrees Celsius (32 degrees Fahrenheit) the battery will deplete faster. In such case, try moving the camera to a warmer environment. Also recording videos and using the flash tend to deplete the battery faster so be mindful of this. If you feel like the cases above are not the culprit it may be time to replace the battery. It is very common that batteries lose their ability to hold their charge for longer periods of time. Hope this helps!
You should try following this simple procedure to get your camera's flash up and working again. You will want remove the battery and memory card and reinsert both after a couple of seconds. You will then want to turn on your camera and place it on Auto Mode. Try seeing if the flash works now by pressing the shutter button on to take a picture. Hope this helps!
Hello, having an LCD display that turns white is a common issue. If your camera's LCD display is all white it may be because the battery compartment needs cleaning. Try this helpful link which talks about cleaning the battery compartment. If the LCD screen continues to be all white you may need to replace the LCD. Good luck!