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Fuji How do i unprotect a photo i have stored in my camera and can not trash it?

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SOURCE: Fuji finepix A120

are you using rechargable batterys or weak batterys. my fuji won't work unless I use a e^2 titanium batterys. they have lots of jam (3500's?). anyways when the picture or ccd goes to charge there isn't enough juice to fire and the cammera dies. or maybe there is junk on the connections and won't let enough volts through. rechargeables are bad becouse they don't have the volt output needed - 1.2v charged I beleive. the other batterys are expensive but they've been in my cammera for three months, or about 300 pictures.
hope that helps :)

Posted on Feb 01, 2008

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SOURCE: protection problem

Easy solution:

1) Put the sd card into your computer
2) Copy all the photos to your computer. User Windows Explorer to just drag the folders from the card.
3) Format the card

If you insist on having the photos back on the card, then just copy them back to the card using Windows Explorer reversing step 2.

Posted on Aug 26, 2009

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kakima

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SOURCE: how do I unprotect the memory card from my fuji

SD cards have a slide switch along one edge. The position farthest from the contacts locks the card, protecting it from writes. The position nearest the contacts unlocks the card. If the switch is already in the proper position, slide it fully the other way and then back again.

If that doesn't work, try another card.

Posted on Feb 17, 2010

kakima

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SOURCE: I have 600 photos on my camera and I want to

If you want to delete ALL your pictures, the easiest and best way is to format the card. In fact, the card should be formatted each time you finish downloading your pictures to your computer. FixYa is full of people asking how to retrieve pictures from cards that haven't been formatted regularly.

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How to unlock a photo in camara


The protect function allows a user to protect a picture from accidental deletion. To unprotect a picture on your camera, scroll to the protected picture that you want to delete, then press the Menu button (the button to the right of the Play button.) Scroll down the menu and you should come to an option that allows you to Protect/Unprotect the picture. Since your picture is currently protected, deselect that option. You should then be able to delete the picture normally.

Alternatively, you could also format the memory card, however this deletes ALL photos and data you have on the memory card. If you are trying to completely clear the memory, this is the best way. After turning on your camera, simply press the Menu button, scroll to Setup, then scroll down to Format. Select Format, it will ask you if you want to format the memory card, or the camera's built-in memory. Format whichever one you want to clear, if you are using a memory card then your pictures are stored on the memory card. It will take a few seconds to format.

Hope this helps.

Dec 05, 2012 | Kodak EasyShare M1033 Digital Camera

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How do I delete the pics off a Fuji Xj250 digital camera


The manual for this camera can be freely viewed, downloaded and printed - here. You may want to review the manual first to refresh your memory of the camera's operation and functions.

To your question - page 18 describes using the trash can icon to delete the current image (the one being displayed) and page 41 details deleting unprotected pictures. Page 65 details how to remove protection from pictures so that they may be deleted.

I hope this helps & good luck!

Mar 22, 2012 | Fujitsu Cameras

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Can't take photos as it says card protected. I don't know how to unprotect it?


There are 2 protection that you have to check:
1) Check on your SD Memory card that on the side there is a small switch. Move it to the opposite position and reinsert in the camera. Take a picture and see if it is OK.
2) If still appearing the message go in the PLAY menu of the camera and where there is the entry PROTECT with a Key Logo select NO.
Then it should be working fine.
Remember that then your pictures are not protected anymore.
Regards,
PDG

May 09, 2010 | Fuji FinePix S1000FD Digital Camera

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Can't take photos as it says card protected. I don't know how to unprotect it?


Hi there , please remove the card and see the side link. These is a small key for card lock & unlocked purpose.Make sure thats unlock after that fix it back and try. I hope it will start working. Thanks.

Mar 17, 2010 | Fuji FinePix S1000FD Digital Camera

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There's a locked item in the camera and I am not able to trash it and cannot take photos or format the memory card


If you remove the card from the camera, there should be a tiny switch on it that locks or unlocks the card (to protect important photos, so you can't write over them).  Move the switch to the other position and all should be well again.

Mar 17, 2010 | Fuji FinePix S3000 Digital Camera

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Why Fuji film digital camera cannot put date on PC screen


The pics actually have the date and a lot of other information stored with them. If you right click the pic and choose properties, you'll get some of the info. If you open the pic in a photo editing program, you can get the shutter speed, lens opening, etc.Also, in a photo editing program like Photoshop Elements, you can add the date to the pic as text.

Dec 30, 2009 | Fuji FinePix F100fd Digital Camera

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Protection problem


Easy solution:

1) Put the sd card into your computer
2) Copy all the photos to your computer. User Windows Explorer to just drag the folders from the card.
3) Format the card

If you insist on having the photos back on the card, then just copy them back to the card using Windows Explorer reversing step 2.

Aug 26, 2009 | Sanyo VPC-E760 Digital Camera

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The shutter that protects the lens stays shut all the time


camera repair is expensive no matter how small the job... i would not recommend removing them as your lens would then be unprotected. My advice is to either put up with having to push them apart, or to buy a new camera (probably cheaper than doing a repair)

Jun 21, 2009 | Fuji FinePix A600 Digital Camera

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I have windows XP and can't upload photos from my Fuji Finepix J10 on my camera it just says USB.


In order to download photos to your PC or laptop, you have to install the drivers for your camera. Please follow these steps.

1- Use the CD which came with your camera and install the drivers. If you do not have your CD, go to fuji website and download it.

http://www.fujifilm.com/products/digital/download/01/index.html

2- After installing the drivers, connect your camera to your computer and on the dial select play and turn the camera on.

3- If the drivers are installed correctely, when you click start, computer you would see an icon with all or part of Fuji FinePix J10 Digital. Double click on this icon. You would see one or more folders which contain the stored pictures or videos. Now you are able to download, copy delete the stored pictures in your camera.

Jun 17, 2009 | Fuji FinePix J10 Digital Camera

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Card Protected


If you read the manual there is a section on protecting frames. You should be able to go into the menu on the camera and unprotect all, which should allow you to then write new photos and remove old ones on the card.

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Oct 28, 2008 | Fuji FinePix S7000 Digital Camera

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