Question about Fuji FinePix A101 Digital Camera
SOURCE: Error with memory card
When this happened to me, I accidentally bought a "type M" card and was told my camera was not compatible with it. I simply went to Fuji's website at www.fujifilmusa.com and upgraded my camera to be able to use this card (of course this would only work if you have a Fuji camera as well as the card)Go to "support & contact center-Digital Camera software & support" at the top of the screen. Select your camera and it will walk you thru the rest. I'd love to hear if it worked out for you.
Posted on Aug 11, 2006
SOURCE: Fujifilm FInepix A500
Reconnect the camera to the computer. and then go through the closure sequence one more and do not unplug the camera untill you are told to do so. Aalso get onto the FUJI tech support team.
Posted on Jun 24, 2007
SOURCE: Card not initialised
You can recover the missing pics off your card get, there are some image recovery
programs available on the net and most camera shops will offer a card
recovery service but dont format before you get pics recovered.
Not formatting a card is bad. They need to be formatted on a regular basis because deleting images from card does not remove them and the next image taken only overwrites the old ones.
Posted on Jun 12, 2008
SOURCE: I have a brand new Finepix S8100fd camera and the majority of the photos are speckled no matter what setting I use. However the super macro setting rocks and pictures are super clear! My Fuji 7.1 mega
Common issue with the A8100fd. The most likely problem you are having is not enough light. Try shooting in bright sunlight to test the "graininess". Make sure you use the flash anytime the light is not bright. Even though the camera will shoot in low light (without flash), because it defaults to a high ISO setting, which (just like film) accentuates the "grain", or more properly termed in digital photography, "noise". Set the camera for a low ISO setting and use the flash whenever you see the "red hand" symbol on the screen.
Posted on May 01, 2009
Auto mode in poor lighting (generally always indoors without flash) sets high ISO, which produces ugly amount of noise (graininess). What you need is to keep the ISO under 200 by either:
Shooting well lit scenes, using flash etc.
Uusing one of the manual programs (M, S, A, P) and setting the sensitivity via the F-menu.
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
Just check that it is not set in Macro Mode, secondly for inside work you may need to change the ISA value to a faster speed ASA 400. Lastly make sure the battery you are using is fully charged.
Posted on Aug 10, 2009
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