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It is a shock advisement/warning. Was the camera dropped or banged into somenthing?

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Will not take a picture with flash


this URL is for the manual for your camera http://www.fujifilm.com/support/digital_cameras/manuals/pdf/index/a/finepix_av100_manual_01.pdf Page 28 explains how to toggle the flash on and off in different modes. It is easy and the explanation is short and clear. It is preferable to use a flash for fill light almost all the time so these modes are really great. However if you are in a low light setting you don't want the flash or you will get the 'snapshot' flash look. Try holding camera very steady and keeping the subject from moving too much and shoot without the flash. Once you get the hang of turning the flash on and off you won't hardly even need to look to do it....

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If I understand this correctly you wish to adjust the picture quality.

Under menu, Camera Settings, Picture Quality (marked as stars).

If I have misunderstood; please refrase and re-submit your question.
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If the lens does not extend then it is possible that it has become jammed. Sometimes this can cause the camera to sense an error and shut itself down immediately after powering on.There are other explanations for the behavior, but if the lens does not move this is the most likely cause. If the lens does extend but then the camera shuts right back off it is possible that an inner component such as the focusing element is not functioning properly.

IF you are not getting a display on your LCD then it is a CCD sensor issue.There are no home remedies for this problem and you will have to get it repaired.

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the problem is on the obturator, is blocked, doesn´t close when u give a shot, u can see if u look to the lens and take a picture at same time, if see one that is working properly u will see that the obturator closes and open as u take a picture. probably u will need to send her to the dealer

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Focus on a particular subject?


If the camera is having trouble doing an auto focus you can try the FOCUS LOCK feature. This feature allows you to focus on another subject roughly the same distance away from you, and then move the camera back to your original subject and take your picture without losing that focus. First turn the camera on and locate the AutoFocus Target Mark in the center of the LCD. The AF Target Mark resembles an open and close bracket [ ]. Position this AF Target Mark on a subject roughly the same distance away from you as the subject that the camera is having trouble focusing on. Press the shutter button halfway enabling the lens to focus. While keeping the shutter button pressed halfway, move the camera back to include the subject you originally wanted in the image, then press the shutter fully. (Please see page 42 in the D-535 Zoom Reference Manual in Section 3, under the heading titled “If Correct Focus Cannot Be Obtained”, for a more detailed explanation.)

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If the camera is having trouble doing an auto focus you can try the FOCUS LOCK feature. This feature allows you to focus on another subject roughly the same distance away from you, and then move the camera back to your original subject and take your picture without losing that focus. First turn the camera on and locate the AutoFocus Target Mark in the center of the LCD. The AF Target Mark resembles an open and close bracket [ ]. Position this AF Target Mark on a subject roughly the same distance away from you as the subject that the camera is having trouble focusing on. Press the shutter button halfway enabling the lens to focus. While keeping the shutter button pressed halfway, move the camera back to include the subject you originally wanted in the image, then press the shutter fully. (Please see page 20 in the D-425 Advanced Manual in Section 2, under the heading titled “If Correct Focus Cannot Be Obtained”, for a more detailed explanation. This Advanced Manual is provided on a separate CD, in Adobe PDF format.)

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