I just got the Olympus D-560 Zoom Digital Camera. It's great when it works. However, there's a big problem: It sucks the life out of my batteries in less than two minutes. I've been through several AA batteries without being able to take a single picture (the batteries work just long enough for me to press the button down -- for the lcd screen to go blank and come back on -- as if it's taking a picture). Then the battery indicator is flashing red (meaning extremely low battery life left). These batteries are Rayovac heavy duty AA batteries. I had to go through 5 pairs of batteries just to get the damned lens to retract so I could shut it off. It says it works on two AA batteries but the way this thing is acting, it more or less CRAWLS on two AA batteries. Are there special AA batteries out there that I need to get in order to get this thing to work long enough so I can take a picture? Or did I get a defective camera?