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In the P, S, and M modes, turn the command dial on the back of the camera. In the P and S modes the aperture will also change to compensate. In the A mode, turn the secondary command dial on the front to change the aperture, and the shutter speed will change to compensate.
This is an old post but if you haven't found your solution yet here is the solution. The Fuji FinePix S2 Pro uses two sets of batteries one set located in the camera body grip and another set in the battery grip itself. If you are experiencing the problem you are then the batteries in the camera body are dead and need replacement. here is a diagram. Replacing
the batteries in the camera body require removing the grip. Diagram
Could be a white balance setting or you've accidentally engaged a digital filter. You could try a camera reset. Go into the setup menu and scroll to "reset". This will take you back to the default settings.
You might be able to compensate for the flash from within the camera, under lighting. I've already found that setting it for fluorescent while using tungston works well, depending on what main colors you are shooting. Reflectivity can really change a final product.
unless your camera was set to less than 1mp your pics would print fine even at 1 or 2 mp at 4x6 size-this may not be the problem-go into your menu and you can change the resolution-if pics are still messed up tell me what they look like and i'll try to help or send me samples
With the camera you have, noise isn't much of an issue when pushing the ISO to 400, 800 or even 1600.
Try setting at ISO 400 and change it to manual mode or shutter priority and then choose a faster shutter speed. Take some test shots. If it's still blurred, increase the shutter speed and ISO to 800 and try again.