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White Screen I take some pictures and the camera works fine. But this morning when i switched the cam to take photos i see only a white screen with the aperture and speed numbers. Read like have a bright light in front of the lens. I took some photos but just took a white screen. The LCD of the camera work fine but i see other photos that i take. The day before this begin, i have take pictures without light, in the night. Can anyone have solution or recomendation to this?

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  • radiolu Nov 21, 2007

    I get a white screen, can even take pictures that turn out all white. Also there is a message that says IAE but I can't figure out what that means.



    Thanks

  • nsdan Jan 11, 2008

    Same problem. Everything seems to work fine. Displays pictures already on card, able to change settings, etc. Just can't take a picture. All I get through the view finder and LCD screen is white screen with the number of pics available on card, the mode setting and the yellow focusing brackets. No warning, just happened. Almost seems like there is no optical input being received from the lens. Super CCD not so super?

  • Martin Welch
    Martin Welch Aug 06, 2013

    same symptoms entirely, any advice on a fix? Many thanks, Marwel

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I use fujifilm a850 camera but suddenly screen in white . but i click the picture done well & pictures save in memory card not issue but screen is white i dont see pics in camera pls tell whats the issue of camera pls solution ?

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I have Fuji FinePix 2650 Digital camera with same problem. I can almost guarantee this is not a firmware problem. I went mountain biking a few months ago and take pictures. I take out camera and turn on. I get lines then white screen. I banged on camera and fixed it. Later a few weeks ago I turn it on and white screen. i beat this thing and get bad menu selection screen for a moment then white again. It takes pictures well and talk to computer no problem but no LCD picture. I thinking it is loose connection for LCD. Send it for repair or if you seek adventure try to fix it yourself!

Posted on Nov 30, 2006

  • Anonymous Nov 30, 2006

    Sorry, I posted to the wrong problem. If your LCD is showing any intelegable information at all -> it is not likely a malfunction in the LCD. It sounds like bad link between the image processor and the LCD circuit. On this problem I cannot offer any insight.

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Some say that with problem, the ccd imager must be replace?...

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Hi,

Normally there are two reasons for the given problem.

1). Bad or defective CCD. and/or

2). shutter not working.

in the first case the only solution is the replacement of the CCD.
Please click HERE

And in the later case sticking of shutter blade, non functioning of shutter blade will cause the problem. This can be rectified by sending it to some repairer.

Click HERE for the manual.

Main support number: 800-755-3854

I hope you are satisfied with my solution..

Goodluck..

Posted on Feb 21, 2008

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Hi,

Normally there are two reasons for the given problem.

1). Bad or defective CCD. and/or

2). shutter not working.

in the first case the only solution is the replacement of the CCD.
Please click HERE

And in the later case sticking of shutter blade, non functioning of shutter blade will cause the problem. This can be rectified by sending it to some repairer.

Click HERE for the manual.

Main support number: 800-755-3854

I hope you are satisfied with my solution..

Goodluck..

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