I'm not sure if I'm posting this to the right section, but here goes. I use a Nikon D80 and have two batteries for it, both are EN-EL3e. Whenever I put the batteries into the camera following a charging cycle, the camera still insists that the batteries are not charged. The camera gives me the "low power" indicator and refuses to take photos. I can flip the camera off, and then on again, and it will let me take the photo if I'm quick about it. I have been struggling with this problem for a long time now. I originally bought the camera from a non-official source, and was offered a battery deal. Two batteries for the price of one. I have let the batteries completely discharge before charging them again for 24 hours, and then get the same result. I therefore question if the batteries are viable. I'm considering buying a new battery from an official source, however I wanted to post the problem here for feedback. My worst fear is that it's not the batteries but the camera itself, however the camera has worked fine this entire time aside from the battery issue. A friend told me something about battery memory that may be the problem, however I was given the impression that discharging the batteries completely before recharging was the solution; I've done that and it has not helped. Has anyone here ever encountered this problem? Should I just go ahead and buy a new battery? I'm travelling to Asia shortly so I need to act quickly. I don't want to go overseas with a problematic power source. I have already missed photographic opportunities because the camera gives me the low-battery indicator and won't let me take the photo.