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Okay, I've had several Fuji Pro cameras including the S5 Pro and these cameras had dual memory card slots it's listed in section 6 page 24 of this PDF manual
Okay what can happen and happened to me several times (didn't learn the first time) was that I had the camera set on the Compact Flash card and filled it up but the camera needs to be manual set for the next card it's not automatic. So I'm going to assume that the media card you are trying to write the new picture files to is full.
You can download the pictures and then format the car (in the camera) then continue or switch to the other card in the card slot. This camera used a Smart Media and a Compact Flash Card.
"Err" message relates to the batteries.
If constantly lit, It's the AA batteries. When flashing, it's the lithium batteries. It can also be the tiny switch in the media door. Try activating it gently with a pointy object to see if the message disappears.
On the side of the menu button of my 5200 model there is an icon that looks like a lightening bolt, when you click on that it should give you options in the screen for the flash. Not sure if that will help your camera.
if it is not showing anything i mean u
take pic and it is black or dis colored or lines on it its a CCD failure u cant help
it go to fuji repair centre and bang on their head its a hardware fault
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