Question about Fuji Cameras
Most digital cameras have a problem with the shutter speed at one point or another. 90% of the time this had to do with the CCD. To make it simple, a CCD is what a digital camera uses as "film". It also controls the brightness,
apature and shutter speed. Being that it's a digital camera, you can not alter the shutter speed manually. You best bet would be to go to an electronics store or a camera shop and see if they can tear it apart for you and check the CCD. I would put money on it being a problem witht he CCD.
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Posted on Oct 22, 2008
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