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Blank photos Everything functions well, except the fact that there is no image on the LCD, nor any image is taken after shooting! It happens randomly - several photos are taken fully functional, with the preview on the camera and suddenly it disappears showing only blank white screen!

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  • ergoman Feb 10, 2008

    i have a similar problem with my s5000.. only black image is displayed in the lcd and pics only apear as black..



    so it seems only fuji service center can fix this now? hopefully there are other solutions.



    thank a lot.

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This is a CCD sensor problem ( see enclosed image of one taken out of a Cannon camera with similar specs to yours ). Contact Fuji agent as this is repaired under warranty .Blank photos - 48f4e65.jpg

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