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Re: Charger - Instant Cameras

The charger for what make and model camera?

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Clean spot inside lens

Send it to a camera repair shop. Disassembling the lens is not an easy job.

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Charge indicator

Perhaps you want to charge via a USB connector on your PC. Could be the PC connections are not correct for delivering 5V on that connector.
The manual also says:
Connect the camera directly to the computer; do not use a USB hub or keyboard.
Please try to charge via the external charger that came with the camera. If that fails too, please try to replace the USB cable.

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How do i control the aperture on my fujifilm finepix jx520?

Like most point&shoot cameras, the JX520 doesn't give you much direct control over the camera. You're just supposed to point and shoot, without worrying about trivial things like aperture and shutter speed.

You can get some indirect control over the aperture by selecting an appropriate scene mode. The Portrait and Sport modes, will open up the aperture as much as it can, while the Landscape mode will tend to close it down.

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My camera won't charge

Your battery probably is in the wrong way.So take it out and look on the bottom of it.You will see 3 copper cubes.Next look in to the slot where the battery goes and you will see 3 metal wires.Now take your battery and carefully line up the copper slots with the metal wires.Then push the battery in and close the battery slot.And your done go plug it into your USB slot and you will see a white battery symbol and you will know that it is charging.
Simple fix for a simple problem.

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What is prise md 9000 cemra

Your question is impossible to answer, sorry.

The price varies depending upon whether the unit is new or used.

If it's new then it's going to be old stock as the model is obsolete and should be discounted heavily and supplied with a full warranty (unused cameras of all types tend to gum up, so old stock new ones may not work at all, also the batteries don't fare well when left uncharged for long periods).

If it's used, then it depends entirely upon the condition of the camera and of the supplied accessories. DV tapes and the batteries may be so heavily used that immediate replacements are required, you might also have to add the cost of a battery charger if missing. Check that all leads are present, some have generic connectors and are easy to replace at low cost, others may have proprietary connectors which are difficult/impossible to replace. It's a mechanically complex piece of equipment, so if it shows any signs at all of having been dropped then don't buy it. Don't buy it at all without thoroughly testing all functions and controls and then viewing the playback on a good quality external monitor with sound.

Finally, even if I could have suggested a price, it depends upon the country/state you're in and the currency in use, none of which you stated.

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My FujiFilm camera (FinePix Z10fd) suddenly stop working. The battery is fine. What could be the problem? The camera doesn't turn on at all.

There could be many causes for this, it's difficult to diagnose a completely dead camera.

The most obvious and common causes would be a battery or charger failure, or damage caused by shock (a fall) or moisture, but it could also be a simple case of a relatively cheap camera designed for a maximum five year lifespan failing a bit earlier than most. Yours will be around 30 to 36 months old now, it shouldn't fail that early but given the law of averages a few will fail prematurely and some will last longer.

Unless it's a battery or charger fault (only way to know is to borrow another charger to see if that works, and then buy a replacement battery as rechargeables don't last forever) then there's really nothing more you can do. Any repairs will exceed the camera value unless you can persuade Fuji to provide a free out of warranty repair.

Note that if you're in the UK you'll also have Sale of Goods Act protection for up to six years (five in Scotland). The Act states that the retailer is obliged to supply goods which are of durable quality considering the price paid and the intended use. If goods fail earlier then the retailer may be liable for either all or part of the cost of repairs/replacement. In my opinion, a £100 camera which has not suffered any falls or liquid spillages and which has been looked after as specified by the manufacturer (e.g. not left in a hot car glovebox last summer) should last longer than three years, but you certainly wouldn't expect it to last six years.Unfortunately, knowing your rights and successfully claiming against the retailer are two different things...

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