Charge the batteries by plugging any 5 volt (1.5 or 2 amp output) transformer directly into the side of the camera. Many Fuji transformers have the same plug as well as some old Kodaks and Ricohs; and I have also used the charging transformer/cables from my TomTom GPS (home and auto) to re-charge various Porsche-design Fujis and equivalent Leica Digilux cameras.
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No. The EX-Z60 does not charge the battery through the USB port. You need to use the supplied charger. Alternatively, if you have the EX-Z60DX cradle, you can plug the camera into the cradle and plug the cradle into a wall outlet. However, using the cradle will not let you charge the camera through the USB port either.
You don't normally need to turn any item on to charge it-it charges quicker turned off. You should have either a power lead you plug into the cam to plug into the mains or a charger cradle which you sit it in and plug that into the mains. You do not need to turn the camera on. When it is charged you will of course be able to.
I have just taken the lead and stretched it completely straight. Hey presto - the camera charger is now on red constantly. It has not been charging for over a week. Could be there is a kink inside the lead ??