How can I shoot video with my Fuji A900?I select the video option on the dial, turn the camera on, but the video camera icon does not display on the screen and all it will do is take photos. Also...the ISO only gives me the AUTO option.Im using a SanDisk 1GB card and normal batteries.
Can anyone please help?
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Re: HELP PLEASE! My Fuji A900 does not shoot video
Possibly the ribbon has come out of it's socket. Or it is damaged.
The selector dial on the back has it's own ribbon to connect it to the main pcb.
I have spare parts off an A800 If that's any help? firstname.lastname@example.org
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The A900 is not a battery charger. It uses two standard AA batteries, either disposables or rechargeables. If you choose to use rechargeables, they must be charged outside the camera, using a separate charger.
To fix this go into Menu ---> Setup. From there there's a Frame Number setting. It is normally set to: Continuous. The other option is: Renew which evidently simply resets the picture count. After selecting Renew the error message disappears and the camera works perfectly again.
I looked over the manual and I didn't see anything about using it as a "webcam". however, you can take videos with the camera and uplaod those to your computer using either the memory stick or a USB cord. hope that helps:)
Same problem with me. Got a zoom error. I thought "it's still under warranty, so Fuji will help me out." WRONG! Fuji repair claims it has impact damage, but that's not true. The product is just defective. Fuji charges $113 to get it repaired. It cost me $140 from Dell only 7 months ago. Defective.