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Connect camera to PC with USB cable. On camera switch on and press joystick/OK to get menue on screen. Move joystick to get the set-up icon highlighted and press in OK. Use joystick down arrow to move down menue to "USB mode". Use joystick right or left arrow to change setting to PC CAM. Press OK and you should now have camera acting as a webcam.
I'm not sure if this will work as I have yet to try this for my self. But according to others who have had this problem pulling lens out while camera is off and then restarting camera works. If this does work please notify. Or just tell me what happens when this is done
Faulty main or secondary board. Could also be faulty light sensor or iris. Not a user fixable problem unless you can get another f601 with a broken lens etc with good boards (to replace boards). Or a dead camera with good lens assembly (contains iris). Very fiddly if you have the parts!!!!!!
If that were a digital SLR I'd say you have something on the image sensor like a piece of lint, making it all the worse in a camera such as yours if that is the case. Does it show up in the same place on the sensor in every shot? If so a trip to Fuji to clean it off is probably what you're looking at. "Sealed" is fine if nothing is in there in the first place, but this was made by human beings, so things happen.