I brought my fuji s7000 on Holidays and one Day I went to turn it on and the lens would not extend. The camera will not focus. Does anyone have a solution for me. The camera has not been dropped nor dampended in anyway.
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The Fuji s7000 is a fixed lens bridge camera, so you can't remove the lens and use an adapter and fit other lenses.
All that you can do is to git supplementary telephoto, wide angle and extreme close up (macro) lenses to the filter thread on the end of the lens; if you use what's called a reversing ring you can then (within reason) mount pretty much any SLR lens backwards onto the front of yours. The reversing ring screws into the filter threads of each lens and will be quoted in two sizes: these will be whatever the filter thread diameter is on each lens. By mounting a lens backwards, you effectively end up with an extreme macro lens, but it all depends upon which lens you choose. The reverse mounted lens will just be a dumb bit of glass, there will be no focus or aperture control and no communication of any information back to your s7000.
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ur camera may be on service
advisory list just mail the fuji film with serial number i am pretty
sure they will repair free of charge it is a manufacturing fault in
some units manufactured b4 2005 u have to email them they will repair
it free of charge
The lens is probably jammed internally. Get an estimate from your local quality camera shop. Sometimes the problem is easy to repair and sometime you'll need a new lens assembly (may cost more than the camera.)