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Hi dear, You can download the user manual from (http://www.retrevo.com/support/FujiFilm-A330-Digital-Cameras-manual/id/200ci271/t/2/) 1. Open lens cover 2.Press "marco button" 3.The distance from 3.9in to 2.6ft is the best for marco 4. if you use flash ,it's better in between 1feet to 2.6ft 5. Try to use a tripod or place your arms on some solid object 6. Enjoy
If your Fuji e510 battery system is like the Finepix S3000 or the S3100 take a look at the following postings: Finepix S3100 (Camera power does not come on...) by banobo of Feb 07,2008 and check out solutions #2 & #4, (Mine is #4), Also see posting by "tomawamba for Fuji S3000" and my slightly differently worded solution.(Only one posted). May be best to get camera working before connecting with anything else. Good luck, be patient.
This is probably a CCD failure
Contact customer support as CCD failures can be a known thing where cameras are replaced free.
if not then a new camera is the next move
A repair is not likely to be an economical thing
The easiest way to tell if camera shake is the problem is to use a tripod - generally not necessary on a bright day, at least with my camera (also a 10x zoom).
If a tripod doesn't give you clearer pictures then camera shake is most likely not the problem; if it is, either use a tripod for your big zoom shoots or get used to bracing the camera, either just with your hands held out from your body or against a wall / post / anything handy.