Question about Fuji FinePix Z5fd Digital Camera
I had same problem. Went to settings....reset. flash worked again. Don't ask me how it was a last resort and hey, it worked!
Posted on May 28, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
perhaps your Fuji download program is corrupted, or your cable has been broken. Most computers now have a direct plug-in for your memory card, as well as plenty of built-in programs to download your pictures. I like the Vista Photo Gallery (come to think of it, it is the ONLY thing I like about Vista. At any rate, unplug your xD chip from the battery compartment (you can just pull it out, or push it and it pops up), (and close the battery compartment, or you will have to reset the date and time), plug it into your computer, and wait for a bunch of programs to pop up eager to download your photos. If that doesn't work, you may have a bad chip--but if you had a bad chip, you couldn't view your pictures on your camera. If you have XP, you should be able to see the xD as a new drive if you plug it in--not sure which programs will pop up, but you may be able to move the pix just like any files from one drive to another. Good luck. Incidentally, if you need a new cable, internet charges range from 3 to $25.
Posted on Jan 21, 2008
When you start using a memory card, you must format the card in the camera first...using the camera menu. If you don't the camera won't read the card properly. Try that and I bet it will work for you.
Posted on Mar 09, 2009
SOURCE: flash not popping up or
The S700 does NOT have a manual release for the flash to pop up, but it DOES have a spring already. DO NOT try to force it! Set the flash to "FORCE", leave your lens cap on and waste a shot to allow the flash hood to pop up. Reset your flash to the desired setting and now the flash is already open and ready for use without the delay and the startling effect it has when your concentrating on framing your shot. As for the other problem of no flash in any setting: Check your menus to see if you have the flash totally disabled, check your batteries, does the "charge indicating light" come on at all between shots? In RARE cases, the actual bulb that flashes may be burned out, or a component in the flash circuit itself,such as the capacitor, may have gone bad. Did the flash ever work? If under warranty, return for repair or replacement. There are NO user serviceable parts in these tiny cameras
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
When does this error message come? Does it come while clicking the pictures? Try replacing the memory card of your camera and then check, as usually it is a memory card related problem.
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Posted on Nov 11, 2009
My bet is that the little switch on the SD card is in the "lock" position. Switch it off and try again...
Posted on Jan 29, 2010
Testimonial: "Hi I left the comment about the Fine Pix Fuji J20 camera, and I am not sure where the sd switch is on the camera. please if you can let me know.Thanks"
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