When you turn the camera, the lens tries to focus several times, then you get error message D:5f08 5e02
Occasionally the camera will work normally and take a photograph, and also show photos taken, but will give the error message if you try to download the pictures to a computer.
The error message (D: 5f08 5e02) means that your lens is dying / dead. It just happened to mine (on the Mju 700, but it's the same thing) and I was told that it could be repaired, but it would cost as much as a new camera. I've only had mine 2 years and I've been really careful with it, so I'm a bit annoyed, but I have used it a lot!
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I am sorry to say that this design of lens is the worst i've seen from Fuji.
Focus error relates to the mechanism right at the front of the lens. The motor and drive gear are in the end piece of the lens, as opposed to other cameras that have the focus mechanism in the back of the lens and is easily access able once inside the camera.
Does the lens stick? or buzz on power up? If you tap gently, with your finger nail, on the actual lens on power up ( you may have to do this several times) you may find the lens comes out ok and no error msg is displayed (until you try zooming).This will probably be because something is jamming the gears or the tiny tension spring used on the gears has come off. I have tried to clear several A500's with this problem with limited success.
There are several causes for this to happen. 1. The lens assy is out of alignment and stuck; stalling the motor. 2. The motor itself is defect 3. If you can hear the motor working , then it will be a stripped plastic gear between motor drive and lens assy. DIY repair not recommended (possible)
The error message (D: 5e02) means that your lens is dying / dead. It just happened to mine and I was told that it could be repaired, but it would cost as much as a new camera. I've only had mine 2 years and I've been really careful with it, so I'm a bit annoyed, but I have used it a lot!
1) Make sure that the batteries are in good condition
2) Check and clean any dirt or corrosion from the battery terminals.
If the power supply voltage suddenly drops during initialization, or when the lens is trying to extend itself, it could produce this kind of error.
3) Make sure that the lens extension tubes are not mechanically jammed.
4) Remove the batteries, turn the unit ON and wait for it to fully discharge any internal capacitors, then put the batteries back and try to turn the unit back on. This should fully RESET the internal CPU. ===
Generally this kind of error means that the camera's internal computer is trying to activate the lens zooming motors, but the motors fail to move as expected.
Other causes could be: a) burned out ZOOM motors b) burned out motor drive circuitry c) bad motor positioning sensor d) defective computer components e) failed internal firm-ware.
the lens open halfway, the picture on the LCD is blurry and one second
after the lens close and an error appears of the screen saying "D: 5f08
5e02". what does this mean??? can you help me fixed this one??
No solution you can make-
The motor mechanism is shot
Depending on how long you have had the camera you may get it replaced or a repair price quoted.
The repair price will be horrific
buy the next camera.