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S7000 snowy pictures

The display is fine but the only pictures it takes are all snow. Shake warning on right side does not reset. This is in auto mode. I have reset to factory settings with no change. Changed batteries. Can you help?
Tom

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  • kelib571 Dec 30, 2008

    The display is fine but the only pictures it takes are all White picture. This is in auto mode. I have reset to factory settings with no change. Changed batteries. Can you help?

  • joemanini Jan 14, 2009

    I have the same issue as the person above and have not been able to fix the issue, Anybody fixed this issue yet?

  • Anonymous Feb 13, 2009

    Same for me with S5500

  • Anonymous Feb 23, 2009

    My snowy pictures problem started about 6 months ago. The problem was intermittantbut now it has become progressively worse. I believe it is an exposure problem. This morning, in bright sunlight, a reasnable exposure was obtained in manual mode with the following settings; A f8, S 2000. Something is seriously astray. Will be worth repairing? I intend to seek Fuji in Sydney Aust. help.

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Try power reset. Good Luck

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