Question about Cameras
I own a Fugifilm digital camera, finepix 6.3 mega pixels. I was recently on vacation and went to take a picture and the camera froze. It wouldn't take the picture, zoom, or respond to any of the menu buttons. I tried to turn it off and back on only to get the white FUGI screen that happens when camera is first turned on. That only happened the once then nothing frozen camera and screen is not working at all. Tried new batteries nothing. So is it possible to ''reboot'' a digital camera? Is it possible to fry the brain of the camera? If so is it repairable or not?
It swounds like the system battery may need replacing.
This is separate from the usual batteries that you change and charge up. look on the base of the camera to find a round disk with a groove in it. Inside is a button battery CR2032 or similar. This is the battery that controls all the setting you have set for brightness contrast number continuity etc etc. replace this noting the way it came out + up or down and i think your problem may be solved for abot $4.00
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Posted on May 08, 2010
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