Movie mode playback, if filmed in portrait position can you rotate the movie after to view it the right way up?
I did some filming on my Fuji E550 but I held the camera in the portrait position for a better fit of what I was filming. When I loaded it onto my computer the movie is shown sideways, is there a way to turn it to the landscape position so I can view the movie the right way up?
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Re: Movie mode playback, if filmed in portrait position...
The only way to see the movie the right way up is to turn your monitor on its side, I'm afraid. You also might be able to take it to a professional studio, who might possibly have the capability, but you will still wind up with a lot of blank space to the right and left of your image.
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It comes out white cause you just took the picture. It takes a few moments to "develop" the picture that will be on the card. If you don't see nothing maybe the lens was covered...but it most likely be black as in something was on the card and developed. how to load film here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vq8JguPxq3w
The quickest, least hassle and best way to get pictures from the camera to the computer is with a memory card reader. These devices are relatively inexpensive and connect to the USB port of your computer. When the memory card is installed the computer see it as an external Hard Drive and the files can be opened copied and pasted in a new folder in your "My Documents"
I'm afraid so. The insides of these types of cameras are very compact, with layers of circuitry and connections. You might have been able to save it (a slim chance at best ) if you had gotten it to a repair shop or removed the covers and dried it quickly.
I have rescued cel phones (my own), film SLR camera and lens from water damage, but they were still wet when I started. Your Fuji would be a pain to take apart since they used the tri-head screws on that model
You really don't need the Fuji download program to download everything from your camera. Any number of programs in Windows XP or Vista or from other cameras should work as well as Finepix. I have an E550 and usually download with Windows Photo Gallery--the compatible programs pop us as soon as you connect your camera with a cable, or put the xD memory chip into the computer chip reader. Still, if you want the original, you can download it all at http://www.fujifilm.com/products/digital/download/index.html and choose the right one for your OS. I'm sure Fuji will have a download of the instruction manual, as well.