I recently acquired a Fujifilm FinePix F460. I purchased a new battery, charged the battery with an external charger, and installed it in the camera. When I press the "power" button, the green status light turns on but the LCD screen does nothing--it does not light up at all. When connected to my computer via the USB cable, there is no response. The green light remains on for a couple minutes, then shuts off. Why does the camera not power up fully?
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Re: Fuji F460 no power
Mainboard component failure at a guess or the new battery is not up to scratch- try taking the battery back for a new one as it is a recent purchase.
If you can do that and still in trouble contact Fiji for a reapair estimate.
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Remove the battery from the camera, put it into the supplied battery charger, and plug the battery charger into a power outlet. The charging is complete when the light on the charger turns from orange to green.
Your Camera using rechargeable battery Li-on 3.7 Volt .
Your computer voltage output of USB port is 5 Volt.
So I'm not recommend you to do modification to get your battery charged.
Instead, you can the charger on line at this web :
The price is about $20.
I have a brand new fuji finepix 1000fd and was having the same problem (tried two different cards). I contacted Fuji service and they said only Sandisk and Fujifilm SD cards are guaranteed to work. I bought a Sandisk Ultra II 2 GB card ($20 at Office Depot) and after 20 pictures I haven't had an error.... yet.