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I have a Fuji FinePix
I had a Finepix camera and on it was a feature for image stabilising. On the display it showed a hand. Have a look for it on the menu
Error message on the fuji finepix s1730 says
I have several cameras and had left my 1730 in an old house for a year. It had been in a bag with the lens cap on and no batteries, but the house left without heating over winter. When I put fully chaged batteries in it, I got a little motor noise but no lens movement. I thought this was the end of it but did #6 above, switching it on while banging the right (grip) side of the camera against my palm. After many times I saw that the lens was starting to move out and after about 10 more times it came out and started to operate. It then failed when I went to macro but it got better as I used it. Now it seems to be back to normal.
My fuji S7000 automatically shut
If the batteries are OK, then the shutdown has a simply-cured physical cause. Open the CF card door and look for a small square opening at the bottom of the door. Look inside this and there should be a small plastic 'plate' or flap. DO NOT TRY PUSHING IT WITH A PENCIL OR NEEDLE etc. The bad news is that if you DO see that flap inside the little square opening, then your problem probably lies elsewhere. But if what you see looks like the tip of a pencil, then THAT'S your problem. The flap is there to keep dust out. It's thickness is needed so that closing the door operates the switch. Without it, the door seems to be open and the camera shuts down. If you can find an alternative for that small plate, your problem should be solved. One solution is to attach a small (about 3mm square) piece of foam pad to the tip of the protrusion inside the square. A typical example for this type of foam pad is what scrapbookers fasten photos into their albums. There will be other solutions - but the loss of that flap will be the cause.
LCD screen gives green collers is flikkering
With digital cameras you can only do so much. Making sure batteries are charged swapping out memory cards is about the limit of the consumer. If there is a chance it got slightly damp you you can try drying it out by begging it with some dry rice, put the camera in a cloth bag to keep the rice from finding the nooks.
With the problem you're having your best hope is a active warranty or even better did you buy a extended warranty. If the warranty is good go for it. Even if you don't have a warranty try talking customer service. If the problem you have is common the manufacturer may extend the warranty or provide the option of replacement with a refurbished item for a fixed price in exchange for your broken one. You can look at this link too, it may be of help:
No file exists... cannot retrieve pictures from SD card.
Did you download the pics from the cards while they were in the camera or use something else? Sounds like you used MS camera wizard. That's where the problem probably happened. I'd say they're gone. But double check by using a device you insert the SD card into and then plug into your USB port on your PC and check the cards' contents that way.
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