Question about Fuji FinePix S602 Pro Digital Camera
I have a fuji s602 pro and several grey dots almost in a circle appear in the viewfinder and on the image. The camera hasn't been dropped, soaked etc. but has been left in a camera bag for a while.
I'll bet the dots are translucent. It sounds like burns on the ccd from pointing directly at a very strong light source like the sun or a very high intensity lamp.
Posted on Oct 16, 2006
It might be that it has collected dust underneath the lense this happens to a lot of cammeras and is quite common. However there isn't anything that you can do without taking it to a camera shop. Really it isn't worth taking it to a camera shop and paying for repairs unless your looking for quality photos.
Posted on Jul 01, 2006
If you see the black line on your images and it is a very crisp clear line then it is an issue with the cameras image sensor. If the line is less crisp and clear then it may be a more simple of contamination in/on the lens. If the line is crisp and clear and the camera is under warranty get it fixed or replaced. If it is out of warranty look into getting the CCD component replaced at a repair facility. There is an outside chance that it is just the connector which bridges the sensor to the processing board - but that usually manifests all over the image, not just in 1 strip. David Millier Advance Camera Repair
Posted on Feb 24, 2007
install the card, turn the camera on, go into the menu and find format. It will tell you that when you format you will also erase the contents of the SD card. Click yes and format the card. Thats it. Joe
Posted on May 03, 2010
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