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Trouble shooting i purchased this camera in 2005 now i am facing ccd problem please suggest the right way to rectify the same and which is the software avaible to recover the video file from the recyle bin which was alredy been deleted

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1. The Camera Fuji Technical Support team is the first place to go - this may be a recall issue 2. Deleted Files Which recycle Bin computer or Camera? Either way PC Inspector from www.convar.com Will find it if it is findable.

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