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I've bought a fujfilm 250 zoom camera, but none of my film rolls seem too fit

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If you mean the Fujifilm Endeavor 250ix, this is an APS camera. It uses the so-called Advanced Photo System film, which is extinct. Some vintage camera stores may have a few rolls in cold storage, but you won't find any at an ordinary department store.

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E: "E" often indicates a film jam. This code can appear when the film is inserted incorrectly, when the batteries are changed in the middle of a roll of film, if you are using defective film, etc. If "E" appears in your camera's information display, try to rewind your film manually (see your user's guide for instructions on how to activate your mid-roll rewind function), and try a different roll. If this problem keeps occurring, you might need to send the camera to us for repair.
E3, E7, E37: These codes often signal a problem with your shutter mechanism.
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H0-H9: These H codes can also identify a problem with your camera's shutter.
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