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Fuji s5000 overexposing pictures

This camera used to take great pictures. It is 5 years old and recently when I have the flash on the pics are really overexposed. Without the flash they are just blurry. Today is my son's birthday and I would hate not to have pictures of it!

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    Have the same issue. Many (if not all) pix taken with the compact flash is coming overexposed... more so if taken of a screen or that of a person with light skin or hair...

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Try setting it to auto mode and see if it is ok

otherwise
they are not over exposed actually they have CCD HR problem ur CCD is having fault as 1000's have the same fault u will get pink shades in white and then later it will stop working u have to arrange for ccd change go to fuji service centre

Posted on Feb 20, 2009

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CCD FAILURE

CALL FUJI for FREE repairs u are eligible i got mine repaired free it is a known problem

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Zohail

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