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No picture I've taken my camera to a regular repair person and he said something has gone wrong with the eye? I have no picture when the camera is on. The batteries are new and I can record. There are the usual "Auto"on the lower left of the screen and 1M 274 in the upper right.

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  • Melinford Jun 23, 2008

    Thanks, I have taken it to the only Fuji repair place in the area. It's 35 miles away and because of the price of gas they have offered to mail it back to me. I don't have an estimate yet but hope it isn't too much. The camera cost close to $500 so it will be worth fixing, not disposable like some on todays market. Melinford

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It sounds like the iris isn't opening properly. It can be examined and lucubrated by a repair professional.

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