- First, reset the camera to factory default settings. On most Fuji cameras like the X100T, XT1, and XT10, you'll press MENU > Go to setup 1 (the wrench with a "1" next to it) > and then click RESET > OK. Wait 30 seconds after the reset has finished.
- Turn the camera off
- Next, take the battery out of the camera and leave the battery out for a FULL 2 minutes
- Take the lens off and then replace it 3 times
- Turn the camera back on and cross your fingers!
If not successful rub the contacts gently with the erasure of a school-type pencil
Make certain you have gone through the Menu and done a full Reset at the lowest possible level.
Make certain you are using a incompatible SDHC card instead of an SD card.
Spray some WD40 Contact cleaner onto a Qtip and gently rub the contacts.
Most often that Error Code comes up after the lens has been extended against something, i.e. the camera was turned ON when something was in front of the lens, or it was still in camera case, or the lens was jarred.
If it is malfunctioning after a mechanical insult such as being turned ON when was still in a case it may need repair.
With many cameras with a lens that extends a vacuuming of the various lens barrels will dislodge lint or other foreign bodies that are causing a Lens Error.