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Shut off on taking picture

It turns on normal but when you press the button to take a picture it shut's off the camera.I have always been very carefull with this thing and never been outside with it, just to take a picture of mij car , that's it. I think people shoot never buy a fujifilm camera again, this is realy ****!

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  • Meglongshore Jun 05, 2008

    Camera has always worked fine but now when I push the button to take picture it shuts off. What do I do?

  • danvita2 Jul 22, 2008

    Same problem is occuring for me. Camera turns on but shuts off when trying to take a picture.

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Tried that

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Use heavy duty batteries...

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