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SOURCE: cloudy white pictures

Cloudy images are usually a result of ccd gone bad. Try power reset, maybe it helps..

Posted on Dec 26, 2008

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SOURCE: FinePix F470 Lines on images and faded colors on photo mode.

You have over exposed pictures due to the shutter sticking.
The video is the clue to the problem. It doesn't use the shutter.
Shutter needs to be cleaned. This is no easy task im afraid

Posted on Sep 11, 2009

Testimonial: "Thanks, Dave, that's useful,will try clean it,but still think it must be something more, electronical, in the data transfer from sensor to card."

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SOURCE: I had Fuji S5000 for about 3 years. It worked

I have got an S5000 that I can still view previously taken pictures from the card, but when trying to take pictures the screen and view finder shows a peculiar distorted purple and green picture and any picture taken is just a green blur.
I contacted Fuji and they say they can repair it for £90 (about $120)

Posted on Nov 11, 2009

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SOURCE: When turning on the camera to take a picture, many

The imagery board need to be replaced, The camera has been dropped. I had the same problem with mine. Send it back to Fuji they will repart it but they will charge labor.

Posted on Nov 30, 2009

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SOURCE: When I take a photo it dies immediately after

This is usually caused by weak batteries. Try changing the batteries to new ones. If you ar using rechargeable batteries, one of the batteries could be faulty.

Posted on Dec 07, 2009

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When taking photos, the image is not captured when using liveview

Sure you are pressing the shutter realise button half, so the camera can focus?
Only when the middle AF-point (square in the middle) becomes green and you hear a beep, you can press the button compete to make the picture. With live view, you degrade your camera to a point and shoot. Focusing takes longer that way. Can be handy is special situations, but the focusing could be a pain, when you are used of taking pictures trough the view finder.

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When looking at screen or through view finder the image is very blurry even after rest to default photo's are rubbish

This is common in older cameras. If you want to fix it you will need to replace the entire screen.

Sad but true.

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Aug 12, 2011 | Digital Cameras

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I have a fugi fine pix, when using it in bright sun light i cant see anything

You could be experiencing one of two issues:
1) You are having a difficulty viewing the image on the back of the camera (not the view finder). This is common on cameras out in the sun, try cupping your spare hand over the screen to cast a shadow on the screen.
2) You cannot view anything in the view finder. Since the view finder has its own tiny LCD display inside of it, it is displaying what image the camera will take if you press the shutter release. I would double check to see if the camera is set correctly for shooting in bright sunlight (check your owners manual, or set the camera to Automatic), and if there is a difference between what you're seeing in the viewfinder, and what images the camera is taking, consider calling Fuji, as it sounds like a hardware issue.

Mar 01, 2011 | Fuji FinePix S5000 Digital Camera

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Camera won't show the image on the screen when taking the pictures. I have to use the small view finder to take photos. No image on the display until the photo is taken. How do you sqitch it back to the...

You don't. The D40 works as SLRs have worked for half a century. Only more recent dSLRs (Nikon started with the D3 and D300) have the LiveView capability that lets you handle your dSLR as a point&shoot.

Jun 11, 2010 | Nikon D40 Digital Camera with G-II 18-55mm...

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Graph screen showing over photo image when using view finder

You're seeing the histogram, which shows valuable information about your picture's exposure. While viewing, press up/down to cycle through the different views of the picture.

Apr 03, 2010 | Nikon D60 Digital Camera

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problem with the lens,not with the lcd,the image fomation is bad,so replace the C.C.D

Mar 05, 2010 | Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-H1 Digital Camera

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Can't get a picture on the screen - just shows black. When we turn the camera on the LCD screen displays the function choices and menu options, but will not display any image. If we take a picture using...

Check the SD card, they have sliders on them which lets you "lock" the card so nothing can be put on or taken off of it. Make sure that is off. Then go through the menu on the camera and try to format the card again. If the card is bad it should give you an error message when it tries otherwise you should be good :)

Aug 19, 2009 | Canon Powershot A1000IS 10MP Digital...

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Nikon S50 camera photos as a black image, no view through LCD


Call NIKON for FREE REPAIRS it is a known issue ask them about BAD CCD




Jun 01, 2009 | Nikon Coolpix S50 Digital Camera

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LCD on - view image prior to taking photo

The feature you are referring to is called "Live View mode".

This is NOT available on the Nikon D80, and was only introduced on the D90, which is available now.

Live View mode allows you to use the LCD screen as your view finder instead of using the eyepiece, but unfortunately, this feature is not available in your model.

Jan 20, 2009 | Nikon D80 Digital Camera with 18-135mm...

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No image at all. Almost like a cover is on the lens!

Hi, I am the individual (RDAVINCI) who posted this problem initially and thought that since others have experienced the same problem, it would be wise to provide an update.

I had hoped to find a resolution to the problem and sent my camera to Canon hoping that it was something that could be resolved easily. Unfortunately not and with the labour and parts, it was going to cost me in excess of £100 for a repair. It didn't seem financially prudent and I decided to leave my camera with them rather than pay for the return cost too with no benefit. So no happy ending, sorry folks.

I've now got a Sony H5 which is superb and so far so good.

Good luck to all of you who are experiencing the same problem and hope you manage to find that elusive remedy that may also be cost effective.


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