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Re: Fuji FinePix 3800
This is probably a CCD failure
Contact customer support as CCD failures can be a known thing where cameras are replaced free.
if not then a new camera is the next move
A repair is not likely to be an economical thing
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If you do not have a memory card inserted, the camera defaults to the internal memory, both in shooting and playback modes. You can transfer from internal to a card using the "copy" function from the playback menu. The internal memory can be erased from the playback menu using the format function in the "setup" menu. Don't erase (format) until you are sure the images are stored safely elsewhere.
u cant see it in lcd do u see anything on lcd is it totally blank then its a lcd failure but if it shows signs and functions then it might be a big problem coming ur way that is CCD failure , pls check ur pics by connecting are they normal without any white or pink shades then replace lcd screen
Not sure if it is a solution, but there is a class action pending in New Jersey District Court for the defective power problems experienced by owners of the Finepix 3800. It seeks reimbursement for the cost of repair or replacement.
Best and cheapest solution is to buy a faulty Z3 on Ebay with an intact outer glass and do a swop. You'll need a tri-blade screwdriver, a very small 4-bladed( posi-drive), and care, but steady hands and a 'follow your nose' plan should see you through. There is a Z3 on Ebay presently to do the job. You can practice on that before you attempt your own. Good luck.
there is probably a problem with the connection between the sensor and the displays, I would send it back to Fuji for repairs, because it would be almost certain death for your camera for someone who does not have the machinary and clean room to service the camera to try to fix it