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Re: fuji m603/screen is green with lines at top
This is a sign of age.
A loose connector perhaps on the screen.
If it still taking good pictures then live with it.
You could try a repair shop- but the likely cost will be well on the way to its replacements price I would think.
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Your camera can't Please don't try to put any SD card in your camera. It will destroy the camera. You camera only accepts xD cards. It is a complete different card size and works different.
There are xD micro drives, but I would not buy them. it is a very small HD and are not made for years. So if you find one, it is likely it is defect.
But if you can find a 1 Gb xD card, you can put lots and lots of pictures on it.
I have got an S5000 that I can still view previously taken pictures from the card, but when trying to take pictures the screen and view finder shows a peculiar distorted purple and green picture and any picture taken is just a green blur.
I contacted Fuji and they say they can repair it for £90 (about $120)
In all these cases it appears the CCD (image recording circuit) has absorbed tiny amounts of moisture. These circuits are known to have been manufactured improperly. The only solution is replacement of major circuitry. http://www.letsgodigital.org/en/news/articles/story_4719.html
Here's a link to some information regarding these problems.
There is a no fix for a user- this is a general failure.
As it is a now 3 years old I doubt the manufacturer will offer much in the way of help - but you could try - why not?
But at the end of the line - time to treat yourself to a new camera.