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CAMERA WILL NOT TURN ON

MY FUJI S5600 WILL NOT TURN ON IN CAMERA MODE, WELL THE SCREEN IS BLANK AND THE SHUTTER WILL NOT RELEASE. IT WORKS FINE IN PREVIEW MODE WHICH IS THE FIRST POSITION ON THE MAIN (ON SWITCH) THEN CAMERA MODE NOTHING CAN ANYONE HELP PLEASE

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Anonymous

Try new good quality batteries.
i experienced this issue last night. Even after replacing the batteries i had the same problem though the batteries were from a very cheap pack & i'd had them a while. The camera worked fine once i'd recharged my normal batteries. I'm no expert but I expect switching the camera on must use much more power then review mode causing the camera to switch off before it has time to tell you your batteries are low.
Hope this solves your problem!

Posted on Nov 11, 2007

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