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My camera totally locked up with the lens out and the shutter what appears to be half open as it does not totally open to the size of the lens. I have changed batteries several times and played with the setting with zero results.
Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.

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Re: FUJI E 510

Not described in the instruction booklet. Call Fuji support, and arrange for a replacement if it is still in warranty

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