I have had a fuji finepix camera (A310) for about 6 years and haven't had a problem until now. My batteries are at full strength, and i have plenty of space on my memory card, which has worked the past 5 years. the camera turns on and off, and performs all the functions, except when i am in either shoot mode (auto or special), when i push the button to take the picture, the camera just shuts off. I've tried numerous times, in different modes, but it won't work. The flash works still, b/c i was able to take one or 2 when this problem started, and the flash went off. Help!
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see this causes and proceed . God bless you If the camera won't turn on, check the batteries, or connect the
camera to an AC adapter. If that doesn't work, remove all batteries,
disconnect the AC adapter, wait a minute, reinsert batteries and
reconnect the adapter.
If the flash doesn't work, the camera won't take pictures, or the screen keeps turning off, check that the batteries are strong.
A couple of quick things come to mind first is you may be way to close to your subject for the camera to focus OR you are trying to take a pictures of a shiny subject, painted wall a mirror or some other subject that lacks contrast
Sir, You have used the camera since 2004 upto 2008. Now, you know that 4 year is enough time for a digital camera to run. The only solution is to throw it to dustbin & buy a new one. Otherwise, you may spend money in vain with your existing camera. Why?
I bet you're using he maximum pic resolution on the camera, and the problem you mention isn't really a problem but a limitation of the camer itself. The delay you're seeing is the time it takes for the camera to "write" the picture to the memory card. It something I've seen in most of the FinePix cameras and the only soltuion is to reduce the resolution of the pictures, thereby reducing the size of the "write" to the card. Sorry if this isn't the answer you're looking for, if the answer is acurrate, I would appreciate a rating. Give the resoltion change a try and let me know if the write time is faster.
After the basics (cleaning the lens, replacing the batteries, etc.), try dropping the camera on a carpeted area from about 2-3 feet. It worked for my Fuji A500 and 90% of the responders on the link.Everything on the web said it would cost ~$100 to fix.I was in the process of researching new cameras to buy and had nothing to lose by dropping it on the floor.
The error may be caused by debris in the zoom mechanism preventing it from working.Dropping the camera loosens the debris and voila!
i think that pictures are blurry. Is it true ?, if so please check the front lens element. I suppose that you clean it regularly with cotton or any soft clothe. Actually all the lens elements are hi-brid when you clean the element with clothe so many times, there will be scratches on the element. that's why i think you get the blurry picture. Just check out the lens and if so you have to change the element or lens assy.
so go to fuji shop.