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Dark Images I have an S2 Pro that I've really enjoyed until recently. Though all the other functions on the camera appear to work normally all the images are turning out black. Nothing I do seems to affect the image at all. Has anybody else come across this? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Recently this happened to me just as I was walking in a church to shoot a wedding (major bummer). I had to rush and get my film backup for this. Anyway, this problem has ocurred with several examples of the S2 pro including mine, one other than mine that I know personally. The problem is the sensor. I quickly shipped to Fuji and they fixed the problem. I just got my camera back and so far it is working fine. Time will tell. I had to pay for the shipping only and turnaround was quick (1 week). By the way the camera was already out of warranty, but they gave a 3 month warranty after the repair.

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