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Camera that won't take pictures

Ok my camera worked fine yesterday then i downloaded all the pictures formatted the disk to get rid of the written memory. everything was fine but now i go to take a picture and as soon as i hit the button the screen goes blank and won't do anything its like it shts of but the camera is still on. help please i need this camera!!

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  • Woolly6 Feb 14, 2008

    Mine turns off when you try to take a picture. Almost like the flash trying to work shuts the whole thing down. Batteries are fine. Any ideas? I have reset and nothing happens.

  • slade wilson Apr 05, 2008

    I have the same exact issue!!!!*(^&*&%^&(**)(*$#@@ I've never had any problems with it, but now all of a sudden its doing this. what does that mean?

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Help! this is happening to me too! and i changed the batteries 2x. what is it?

Posted on Jul 08, 2008

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In the end I sent back to Fuji (they have an online fault form that you fill in, print out and send with it). I did not have a receipt but it had stopped working so I sent it anyway just to see what happened. I got it back with an apology within three days. They had changed the config somehow as it was a known fault. They also recommended using 2000 rechargable batteries instead of 1800's.

Works really well now.

Posted on Jun 14, 2008

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Mine has the same problem. I had to switch new batteries in, I take one picture, it worked fine, but when I tried to take the 2nd picture this **** started.

Posted on Jun 14, 2008

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Are the batteries FULLY charged?
This has happened to me!

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http://www.olympusamerica.com/files/C-3020Z_Reference_English.pdf

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