Simple fix... go into the setup mode and scroll down to Frame No. option and change from Cont. to Renew by touching the right scroll button. After that exit/save the changes and it will then work again. However, I put mine back on Cont. and all was just as it had been prior to having that problem. It may be some internal counter that simply runs out possible, thus Renew will reset/repoint the counter, and after that you can change it back and it will again name files continuously which I find most helpful.
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Memory full, if it is true, you should backup some pictures and delete them from the card.
Read error, can indicate a corrupted file, dirty contacts on the memory card or a camera malfunction.
for 1 backup all photos and format the card. 2. Clean the contacts on the card and in the camera.
3. Contact a FUJI dealer.
Everything is in the manual (still online) on page 112
Take a small flash light and see if there is a part of a memory card in there, if there is cleaning it out would solve the problem. Also make sure you're putting the memory card in the right way. I've you've done that and it's still giving you problems try going into the menu's and formatting the memory card in the camera.
Okay, I've had several Fuji Pro cameras including the S5 Pro and these cameras had dual memory card slots it's listed in section 6 page 24 of this PDF manual
Okay what can happen and happened to me several times (didn't learn the first time) was that I had the camera set on the Compact Flash card and filled it up but the camera needs to be manual set for the next card it's not automatic. So I'm going to assume that the media card you are trying to write the new picture files to is full.
You can download the pictures and then format the car (in the camera) then continue or switch to the other card in the card slot. This camera used a Smart Media and a Compact Flash Card.
This post is 10 months old I hope you have solved the problem, if not what I first expect is the memory card is full and the camera has defaulted to internal memory and it is also full. I would suggest downloading your pictures to the computer
Fuji Finepix S7000 Zoom Memory Cards (xD-Picture Card - M Type) & Accessories
The following memory cards are compatible with your Fuji Finepix S7000 Zoom. Every memory card we offer is manufactured to the highest standard and carries a 2 year minimum warranty. Your Fuji Finepix S7000 Zoom accepts xD-Picture Card - M Type cards. The largest xD-Picture Card - M Type card you can use in your Fuji Finepix S7000 Zoom is 2048MB View all Fuji Digital Cameras
Sounds like a memory problem. You can try using the built-in menu utility function of formatting the memory (be it internal or external memory). Of course this will also delete all current files/photos in it.
Hope this be of some help/idea. Post back how things turn up or should you need further information.
Good luck and kind regards.
When you say 'Get the pictures'
Have you actually or can you - down load them to the computer.
If you can then go to menue and delete all the pictures.
If the memory is full you have yo get those images off.