The zoom don't want to retrackting or open correctly.
It's normal when i put in the battery, at the biggining, but, after,
blue screen with error message MF00C.
What can i do ?
Just solved this problem on my Dimage G530. An earlier time the lens (inner part) was cocked to one side after a small drop. Pulling it back straight, out of the outer part, fixed it and the lens closed.
Then just this past trip, the lens was not retracting with the MF00C error and the lens looked straight. It had opened in a pocket and gotten bumped. I had even taken the case off but that did not offer any insight into fixing the problem. (They certainly cram a lot into the case). I was about to give up and just buy a new camera or was going to inquire at vistek to see how much it would cost to have it looked at this Saturday because I really like the camera. Anyway, to make a long story short. I decided to pull hard on the inner part to pull it out - basically try to cock it to one side then the other. The lens popped out to it normal position and now everything works fine. So it appears that if bumped the lens goes to a lock position to prevent any damage to the drive mechanism.
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Digital cameras with shutter covers sometimes jam, keeping teh cover from retracting and the lens from extending. That is what is giving you the message. You may be able to assist it by gently pushin it open when you turn on the camera. Key phase there is "gentle". Do not force it open as you may permanently damage it. If the motor is locked up or the lens cover still refuses to open, take it to a camera shop for service.
Normally, you can only insert an SD card one way. Try a different SD card or check to see if the SD card you're using has the "write protect" switch on. If that's not the issue try formatting the card in your PC and then format it in the camera.
Remove the battery from the camera, put it into the supplied battery charger, and plug the battery charger into a power outlet. The charging is complete when the light on the charger turns from orange to green.
F10 is compaq open setup restore defaults F10 save changes. If you get blue screen open task manager using ctrl-alt-del to get task manager/new task config ok. don't put anything in password. Good luck.
Welcome to Fixya. Having a "zoom error" message is a camera malfunction, in this issue you can try to turn off and then turn it on again but this time you have to take care not to touch the camera lens or try not to blocked the camera lens while retrackting. If you still have the same issue you can try to visit this site for some steps you can do before sending your camera to your Fujifilm center.
In regards your issue about the charging of your battery,as you said before that you bought your camera to the beach. Try to clean the terminals with soft and dry cloth. Also, possible that the battery has reached the ends of its charging life. Purchase a new battery. If the battery still fails to charged, you have to contact your Fujifilm center.
A lens error can be caused by physical damage to the mechanism that controls the lens, or debris that is interfering with the operation of the lens.
This article may be able to help you with a "do it yourself" solution. http://camerarepair.blogspot.com/2007/12/fixing-lens-error-on-digital-camera.html
In the event that your problem is due to physical damage and not just dirt or debris, you will need to take it to a local camera repair shop for troubleshooting-- though with most consumer digital cameras, labor and parts cost of a repair can easily exceed the value of the camera.
Lens errors are fairly common. Usually it's sand or grit interfering with the lens extension mechanism. Or the camera's been dropped with the lens extended. Or the camera has been powered on, but the lens had been blocked preventing its extension. Or the battery ran down with the lens extended ...
Unfortunately, many cameras that fall prey to this can only be corrected by professional repair. But, here are some things that you can do that may correct it. They only seem to work for less than 40% of the lens errors, but if the camera is out of warranty, they're worth a try.