Question about Fuji Photography
I just got a fuji instax 200 camera, it's a brand new one, and this is the first pack of films that im using with it, but on the LCD, there's a letter 'E' appearing, what's wrong with it? i already replaced my battery (i thought it was the problem) but no effect at all. is it broken? but i just bought it.. please does anyone know a solution to this?
thanks in advance.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I have a Fuji Instax
The same thing happened to me. Make sure that the mechanism arm on the inside that pushes the picture up is connected with the metal piece on the right hand side. The two can come loose allowing the metal piece to not bring the arm with it when you take a picture. Also the roller could have fallen down a bit. From the inside, press the roller up (it will click when it is in the right spot). The roller should be even all the way across and pushed all the way to the top of the camera.
I hope this helps if you haven't been able to fix it already.
(When all else fails, try changing the batteries.)
Posted on Nov 24, 2010
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hello aleisha.... Sometimes in this camera, that first black protective sheet does not pop out of the camera like it should. Instead it sticks or jams and has to be manually removed. In order to fix without exposing the entire roll of film you will have to do it in the dark or in a darkroom, if you have any access to one. You will have to open up the camera and remove the packet of film, then remove that black sheet or clear it of any paper jam. Joe
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Posted on Jan 08, 2011
SOURCE: fuji instax mini 25 film
X-rays can fog many types of film. If you are flying you can declare that you have film, and have them manually inspect it rather than sending it through the x-ray machine.
Posted on Mar 03, 2011
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Completely white photos on an Instax, or any instant camera means the film has been exposed somehow. Check to be sure the film door is completely closed, and latched properly. If it is, it's possible, though unlikely, that your camera's shutter is stuck open. It'd be easy to check, simply look at the front of your camera into the lens, and see if you see any mechanical bits, now take a picture and see if you see any of them move - movement means working, no movement means not. If the entire camera back opens (I'm not sure if it does) you can also open it and do the same thing, looking to see if you see light through the camera when you're looking through the lens but not taking a picture - if you do the lense is stuck open. This, however, would require removing and wasting whatever film is remaining in it right now.
Posted on Sep 09, 2011
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