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When snapping picture camera turns off finepix A360

Focus on item to be snapped snap camera lens retracks goes black hear mechanism but no picture

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Check your battery.

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Your CCD imager is broken...

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Hi!
Probably the CCD is dead. It's a well known problem with S7000. It's a hardware problem, the CCD has to be changed. For S7000 it usually comes with the lens and it makes the repair quite expensive. It's about 250-300$ here. You should contact your local Fujifilm service center.
I work in a camera service center authorized by Fujifilm.

Sorry for the bad news!

Tom

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