I have just switched on my finepix s602 pro after having it switched off for a few months. I now have a green streaky hue on my LCD Display and when viewing the picture taken.Any help would be appreciated. Thanks in Advance. Tim
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Fujifilm today announced that a number of early FinePix S7000 Zoom digital cameras may experience battery power depletion when used with some CompactFlash™ memory cards.
This fault does not occur when the S7000 is used with either an xD-Picture Card™ or a Microdrive™, nor does it occur in any other Fujifilm products that offer a CompactFlash™ storage facility, such as the FinePix S2 Pro, S602, S602 Pro or M603.
Cameras with serial numbers above 34L60001 (inclusive) were produced after 15 December 2003 and therefore will definitely not experience this battery drain problem.
In the short term, the problem can be avoided by unloading then re-loading the batteries just after the camera is switched off. The camera's power supply will then perform normally.
Pink hue picture denotes the absence of green colour. Check the green video output transistor for open. It can be easly recogansized by taking the voltage at the collector point of that transistor. It will be high, almost equal to its supply voltage. Measure the base voltage of that transistor also. If there is no base voltage the symtom occurs. if it is so trace the track and reach to the green output pin of the related ic. If there is also no voltage, Ic may be fault. on the otherhand check the green cathode of the CRT is ok. It is quite easy. Detach all the components related to that pin, or make a temporary cut to isolate the green cathode. The switch on the set. If a green colour [High intensity] perists, the CRT is ok. You can check it in an other way. Take a 2W resistor fo value 470k or more, connect its one end to earth point, and other to the green cathode pin [Just Touch and Out], a green screen will flash on the screen. If these to checks fails, CRT is faulty.
If you have tried cleaning the internal working parts of the camera, and have tried a different lens and still have the problem, then you have two choices. Take it to a Photo Repair shop or trash it. My first choice would be to get it repaired if possible