Question about Cameras
Finepix digital camera s2900 series
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try removing battery from camera then wait 10 seconds before installing. This action resets camera.
If no work, locate your camera software version. Procedure should be in manual, else could probably find it in a google search. Then locate latest version with a google search, or panasonic camera website, or call to customer service and ask.
It you do not have latest version, ask customer service how to download it.
Posted on Apr 07, 2008
SOURCE: reset date/time stamp
Here is the only information I could find for you. This is a link to the extended user manual. You want to look in two different places. The 1st place to look is "setting up your camera". From there there is a heading for setting up the date and time and language. The 2nd place would be "Doing more with your camera"
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
I started having a similar problem with my Fuji FinePix F10 after about 3 1/2 years of problem-free use. Another poster had some really helpful advice which I thought I'd pass on. It seems there is an internal battery or capacitor which basically fails after a while, meaning date/time settings etc are lost when the battery is removed. (Some people claim this is a motherboard/chip problem instead - seems to be contentious!) So the camera is faulty, but the problem can be worked around.
The advice I found, which worked for my camera, was this:
- Turn off camera and leave off for approx 15 seconds before opening battery door.
- Change battery quickly (within a few seconds).
- Close battery door and leave camera off for approx 15 secs before turning back on.
This retained all settings when I tested it multiple times. I imagine it might not work if changing over a totally dead battery though.
Hope it helps!
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
Lens error is the most common failure in digital cameras . it seems The internal coupling of the zoom lens is somewhat fragile, and a slight tap at the wrong time can mess up the system . or it could have been something as small as a bump while it was being carried in your pocket or even the sand or something like it can cause this problem . Anyway the problem is that you'll have to pay for repairs on it since technically it's not a camera error but something that manufacturers say it happened during usage. I recommend you to contact the manufacturer to see if they'll cover the repair, or to determine how much they'll charge for the repair. Who knows, you might get lucky . Some owners seem to have been able to solve the problem with a gentle bump to the side of the camera, or some gentle twisting on the lens itself. I don't necessarily recommend that- or, at least I would call Fuji first and see what they have to say about cost of repairs. Once you do get it fixed, put the camera in Playback mode before you switch it off so that the problem doesn't happen again.
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Posted on Apr 11, 2010
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