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Have you tried focusing before you take a photo? To do this, press down the shutter button on your camera but don't push it far enough to take a photo. This enables the camera to focus on what it's about to photograph before you press the shutter button again and take the photo.
That depends on the exposure mode. In any of the automatic point&shoot modes you have no control over the shutter speed, the camera sets what it thinks is the proper shutter speed. In the P (Program AE) mode you can adjust the shutter speed by pressing the +/- button. In the S (Shutter Priority) and M (Manual) modes you control the shutter speed by pressing the +/- button and then using the cursor-up/down buttons.
Press cursor-down (marked with a one-handed clock), then choose the desired delay. Start the self-timer by pressing the shutter release button.
Full details are in the "Using the Self-Timer" section of the manual (page 31 in my copy). If you need a manual, you can download one at http://www.fujifilm.com/support/digital_cameras/manuals/pdf/index/a/finepix_ax200_manual_01.pdf
The hand indicates that the shutter speed is too slow for a sharp image if the camera is hand held. To allow for a sharp image, use a tripod, flash, increase the ambient lighting, or increase the ISO setting.
The yellow icon is a warning that a slow shutter speed has been selected and to use a flash or tripod for the picture otherwise it could be blurry. An explanation can be found on page 27 and 28 of you user manual. A similar icon but in red and the letters AF will be seen if the camera has failed to auto focus.
First go to the SETUP menu and make sure that the PLAYBACK VOLUME setting is set to a value greater than 0. Try increasing the shutter speed of any photos as CCD's will notoriously produce grainy images on slow shutter speeds. Grainy videos will indicate poor light, camera shake during filming or moving too quickly so the autofocus cannot function correctly, or using too low a resolution and will be especially noticeable at 640 x 480 when viewed on a large high resolution screen. If all the above make no difference then you may need to get the camera serviced.
the SD Memory Card switch is to the "Lock" side. (remove memory card)unlock the protection by sliding it back (u can c a small switch in the side of memory card)... this has to work.... happy photography.....
i dont think there is a solution to this problem. i have the same problem with fujifilm j150w and this stupid error usually happens when you are at the height of excitement in taking pictures. it is sooooo annoying.
a temporary solution to it though is just format the stupid memory card using the stupid digicam. you can still you it though. but you can't depend on the digicam for special occasions and important events. i really dont think its worth it