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White or mostly white screen/ picture

When I take a picture of something the result it either an all white screen/picture or white starts at the top and usually progresses down the picture. I cannot take a picture at all. I have never had any problems before with the camera at all. Please help

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Anonymous

I bought my s7000 in December of 2004 and it started doing the exact same thing as you guys are describing. Luckily it was still in it's extended warranty and the trusty GeekSquad is fixing it for free. To be completely honest, while this camera has been one of my favorites, I kind of hope they can't fix it so that I can get a new one.

Posted on May 30, 2007

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Anonymous

I have the Finepix s7000 as well. Both image diplays now have wavy-like distortions, and I have read elswhere that the CCD is now faulty, but there is no explanation for this as I take extreme good care of it.

Posted on Apr 15, 2007

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My friend and I both have the fuji finepix s7000. We bought the cameras within a week of each (May 2004). Last week my friends camera started doing the same thing you discribed. Yesterday my camera also started doing the same thing. I have been trying to contact fuji, but due to the blizzard I am unable to. I was wondering what ever happened with your camera. When did you buy yours and where. One of our cameras was bought at Best Buy and the other at Sears. It just seems funny that both cameras were bought at the same time and both broke at the same time.

Posted on Feb 14, 2007

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