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I have a s5000 and I want to use micro sd

If I buy a XD picture card adaptor

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SOURCE: Fuji FinePix S5000 stopped taking pictures. Told need sensor?//

CCD failed, replacement needed.

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The S3000 has a 512MB limit according to Fuji. Ther is also no firmware upgrade to address this issue. However I loaded a 1GB Olympus M type card into th S3000, which was pre-fornatted and worked straight away. After putting the card into the reader in my laptop, and then returning to the camera, the camera identified the card as not initialized. I tried to format the card in the camera but this didn't work.

To fix this I connected the camera to the computer using the USB cable located the camera card via My Computer, left clicked on and did a quick format in FAT (FAT16). After this the camera read the card and indicated 1305 frames available at 3M.

Posted on Jan 26, 2009

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SOURCE: on screen file no. full and I can not take pictures anymore

The solution is: 1. go to set 2. go to frame no. and reset. You can make pictures again.

Posted on Feb 16, 2009

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Card not Initialized

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SOURCE: Fugi S5000 2gb xd M+ Computer says it's not formated

Yes, it would appear that you solved your own problem. The Fuji S5000 apparently only takes the max of 512 mb card. I own a newer Fuji S700 and it works fine with a 2 gb SD card, but I haven't tried anything bigger. Your best bet is to see if you can exchange those 2 gig cards for 512 mb cards at the store where you purchased them, and then try the 512's to see if your pc will read the pics. Explain to the store what the problem is and they should allow you to make the exchange.

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A Fuji Finepix 2650 camera can't hold SD cards. It is made for xD picture cards only. I know there are adapters for xD camera's where you can put in a CD micro chip, but still Fuji won't give any guaranty this will work. And knowing the age go your camera, in such a adapter only SD micro cards would work and not the SDHC or SDXC micro cards.
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