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Here are some troubleshooting steps that you can try that may (or may not) correct your problem. They only seem to work for less than 40% of the lens errors, but if the camera is out of warranty (or repair cost approaches that of the camera), they're worth that try. Some of the later steps do involve some risk to the camera, so carefully weigh your options before deciding to conduct them: And here's a video summary of the steps:
turn the power on from the back. do not open shutter. press middle button menu/ok. the first selection to come up is the erase option framed in orange. there will be a trash can at the bottom. then use the button in between the zoom buttons to highlight the frames or all frames option then press ok. that should do it for you.
Try to put it on super macro and see if this will reset the zoom function. Also try to switch between the settings that allow the digital zoom, as compaired to those settings that only allow optical zoom. If these do not work, you may have a lens that has been dropped, or is stuck, and may need to be serviced. I have the S700, and have never seen this error before> good luck.
If your new xD card is an "H" or "M" type card, it is only compatable with the A340 following a firmware upgrade to the camera. http://www.fujifilm.ca/x3721.xml is a link to the software and steps you can take to perform the upgrade.
I had the same problem turn up after a few weeks. When I used the zoom
button, the lens pushed out again and the camera worked normally for
that time. I had to go through that procedure every time I turned the
I then sent it back on warranty and they replaced the lens assembly as well as the mode dial knob etc.
This camera has a 3 year warranty.
Storage cards can go bad, but usually this happens only after a long period of
time (years), or if exposed to a magnetic force of some kind.
You can try a few things to resolve it:
1. Try reformatting the card, if the device can process data on it.
Insert the card into a card reader on a PC to see if the drive can be
read. If you can read the card, remove all data and empty the trash,
then reformat it.
3. If you get an error on that as well, replace it.
It's not worth risking that you might lose your valuable pictures to unstable media.
Have the same problem (Guest). Spoke to a Fuji film agent who said that a person had this problem and fixed it by removing batteries and card, place the camera in two seal plastic bags and leave in freezer over night.Take out next morning and leave for a few hours, then insert card and batteries.
I tried twice without success.