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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: flash not popping up or
The S700 does NOT have a manual release for the flash to pop up, but it DOES have a spring already. DO NOT try to force it! Set the flash to "FORCE", leave your lens cap on and waste a shot to allow the flash hood to pop up. Reset your flash to the desired setting and now the flash is already open and ready for use without the delay and the startling effect it has when your concentrating on framing your shot. As for the other problem of no flash in any setting: Check your menus to see if you have the flash totally disabled, check your batteries, does the "charge indicating light" come on at all between shots? In RARE cases, the actual bulb that flashes may be burned out, or a component in the flash circuit itself,such as the capacitor, may have gone bad. Did the flash ever work? If under warranty, return for repair or replacement. There are NO user serviceable parts in these tiny cameras
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
Sounds like your LCD screen is broken. Did you drop the camera? You may be able to find a screen or a broken same model camera with a good screen on eBay. Changing it out, however is NOT for the faint of heart. You will need tiny tools to work on tiny parts with very small electrical connections, a steady hand and nerves of steel with a service manual at your fingertips so that you disassemble only what is needed in the correct order and don't do additional damage. Still want to try it? I recommend taking it to a reputable camera store and getting a quote to repair it. Weigh that cost against the cost of replacing the camera. In the meantime, switch over to the Electronic View Finder. Good luck. (FYI: I will undertake the repair of anything short of a nuclear device, but I will not try a digital camera of any kind.)
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
If I remember it right, the resolution setting were under F button on the back panel, on the right from the Playback button.
Please, let me know if I'm right. :)
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
SOURCE: fuji s700 taking good moon shots
shutter speed 50 to 80 ISO at 64 get your apature as small as it will go lagest f number set your focus to single point and single focus if you feel comfortable useing manual focus it is better but my manual focus stopped working here is the link to one of my moon shots on flickr
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
was using s7000, on the view screen, it looked like a piece of paper kept coming down the screen, the more pic's I took, the lower it came down, finally covering the screen completely. Also the batteries, will not last but maybe 15 minutes.
Posted on Jan 22, 2010
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