I have had the Fuji FinePix E550 for around 8 months and I have had no problems with it until recently. Whenever I take a picture it looks great on the display but when I view it in playback mode or on the computer lines appear across the whole picture. The best way to descibe them (as I can't post a picture here) is that they resemble wood grain, and eminate in many ellipses from the centre of the picture. This is very frustrating as it has already ruined numerous photo's, and I wpould like to try and get it sorted without sending it back to the manufacturer.
I'm not sure if you still look here or you've already fixed your problem but it has to do with your ram on your computer.
I had this problem before. I had a really old Fuji camera but upgraded to the e550 a while ago and these weird grainy lines would still be in my pictures. At first I thought there was something wrong with the camera but after testing it on my brother/mom/dad's computer they pictures came out perfect. I found out it was my ram.
Since I was using the onboard video card and it was sharing my ram. One of my cards was corrupted. So if you have more than one ram card try eahc one by itself and see if the problem persists.
Hope this helps anyone out there who has this problem.
We have the same problem. New camera. White lines just started appearing across all the pictures in playback mode after taking about 100 pix. I tried removing the card. It didn't help. I'm wondering if we changed some setting or something.
Do you have additional memory cards? It seems like the problem has to do with your memory card. You see when you take the shot and look at the picture you just took it looks fine (not stored on the card yet) but when you look in playback mode (stored on the card) or on the computer (after being stored on the card) there are problems. My suggestion is to use another memory card. If you are using the camera's onboard memory then try a card and see what happens.
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I have a Fuji FinePix A330 camera and when I try
Problem with the Fuji FinePix A330 Digital Camera
I have a Fuji FinePix A330 camera and when I try to take a picture in the light, daylight or lamp light, lines appear through the picture. Sometimes fine lines but other times like a burst of light. This just started happening recently. But when I take a picture in the dark with the flash the photo turns out fine. Any answer as to what caused this? Thanks
shutter problem. put camera into full optical zoom, turn it to face you and angle it so that you can see into the lens without reflection. In full zoom the internal lens is right up to the outer lens so, even on a small lens such as this, when you press the picture button you should see the shutter close across fully. If it does not you will get either an over exposed or complete white out picture. Or lines across your pictures.
The shutter needs to be cleaned. There is grease in the camera for the moving parts and is probable that this is the cause for the error.
I have found this to be the case for fuji's E900, E550, F40fd, F470, F460, and a few samsung's as well.
Lines displayed on your pictures during play back seem to be a common problem with some of the models of fuji that I have repaired and all that I can suggest for a reason for this is Moisture in the lens unit. The lens unit on the Fuji E900 for example has 4 shutter leaves that decrease the amount of light that hits the sensor. Like your eye when you look at strong light. And 7 or 8 other leaves below the first 4 to control the light further. These are operated by electro magnets and guided on plastic slides. So, when moisture gets in and collects over time it seems to stick the shutter leaves together and the camera no longer controls the amount of light accurately enough and you get wierd and wonderfull paterns on your pictures. So far 4 fuji E900's and 1 E550 I have found this problem with moisture and It Isn't a quick job to fix either. But it is possible if you know what you are doing.
Hope this is of some help
Oh boy you are not going to like this but this is a problem that all fuji finepix s3000 will have I fixed it myself but only with a ton of patience and knowing what I was doing the problem is that there is a gear in the lens motor asssembly that does not have a pin, I do not know why but i definitely know that there needs to be one right there because without a pin to hold the gear in place it will rattle around and lock up with its partner gear I will give you these instructions on how to fix this 1. remove each of the outside screws 2. there will be two screws that are neither phillips nor flathead screws to remove these i used a Dremel Hand Drill 3. then remove all the inside boards and battery compartment 4. to remove a "ribbon wire" lightly pull at the Blue end until it slides out of its plug 5. finally remove the lens assembly 6. remove the the boards connected to the lens but not any of the wires 7. DO NOT touch the CCD or the UV filters they are squarish and rainbow colored and shiny if you touch them at all just throw away your camera 8. given that you did not touch those objects you can now look for the white gear it is loose and just rattles around 9. grab a thumb tack and snip the big circle end off with wire cutters 10. you will have like a short little nail type thing 11. push it with you finger nail in to the tiny hole behind the gear, the pin will now be holding the gear loosely in place 12. hooray you fixed it now you just have to reassemble the whole camera JUST as you disassembled it, this is probably the hardest part 13. your done if you didnt break the camera while doing any of the above steps
I hope this helps you're better off buying a new camera though seeing how the fuji finepix s3000 is only worth $30 now it is a nice camera and im glad i fixed it I hope you can fix yours
You just need new batteries. That's what the E550 does when the batteries get too low. Please get the latest rechargables. Many of the ordinary AA batteries won't last 50 pictures. Fuji also is rather poor telling you how to charge the rechargables. When the screen goes blue when you take a picture, you must use the camera's de=charging system before recharging--otherwise the rechargables will not take a full charge--that's what's likely happened to you!