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Image is not clear after clicking the snap

Before i capture the picture, image shown on LCD is clear but after i capturing image is shown with horizontal lines (slighty curved at ends) .
whereas the video clipping taken is very clear.


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  • Anonymous Jul 16, 2008

    My 330 is 3 yrs old. I thought it was the film card but I replaced it and I am strll having film washout. My camera is no longer in warranty and I really love this camera for an ameature. I have taken over 3000 pics in the time I have owned it. How can I get this camera back in working order?

  • Anonymous Jul 19, 2008

    This happened when my daughter soaked the camera. I am assuming that the CCD or lens are wet and it is now distorting the images.

  • mbaldini Jul 22, 2008

    My problem is equal to described. Is there any solution?

  • kaintuckee Aug 10, 2008

    i have white streaks in my pictures. Have used this camera for about 3 yrs. problem just started. Camera has never been wet

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This is a firmware proble.
If the camera is less than a year old it will be replaced
if more than a year a refurbished one may be offered as a discount.
Check out customer support at Fuji site.

Posted on Jul 14, 2008

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