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Fujifilm Instax... | Answered on Feb 10, 2019


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Fuji Electrical... | Answered on Jan 17, 2019


Try a picture recovery program. This one has a good reputation.
http://www.asoftech.com/apr/

Fuji FinePix... | Answered on Jan 14, 2019


About the HS10 autofocus problem, I discovered the cause and solution. It is a problem of camera design, and is caused by three screws securing the CCD sensor. These screws are not properly secured and the vibration eventually dropping.
In two cameras with the same defect, the screws were loose. These screws adjust the sensor position relative to the lens and the sensor is loose when out of position not allowing proper focus.
The solution is to disassemble the camera and secure the screws.
These screws can not be too tight they need to be adjusted to position the CCD sensor correctly. The camera is difficult to dismantle because several wires are soldered.
Care must be taken to discharge the capacitor of the flash, this may cause an electric shock and burn the camera board.
Those who want to try the repair, follow the link to the service manual.
http://elektrotanya.com/fujifilm_finepix_hs10_hs11_sm.pdf/download.html
Milton Maenishi

Fuji FinePix... | Answered on Jan 05, 2019


Is the display blank only after taking pictures, or blank all the time (i.e., can you see the menus)? If you can see the menus, try performing a Reset All (page 67 in the manual). The idea here is to set the contrast/backlighting to factory presets.

The manual can be found here.

If the display is blank all the time, try holding it near a bright light and look at it from different angles to see if you can see any image on the display (if the backlight isn't working, you may be still able to see items on the display). If that's the case, you may be able to navigate to the menus and perform a Reset All.

Otherwise, pull the batteries out and leave them out for a longer period of time - several days, if possible. This should also reset the camera.

Failing this, you will likley need to send it in for repair.

Fuji Cameras | Answered on Dec 25, 2018


Many occasions LCD on camera display never fails but back light fails unless physical damage to LCD screen. Hold a torch to display when camera is on you will see faint(black and white) image means LCD is ok but back light is failed, it's replaceable but needs little skill to replace. Or replace full Screen with backlight. This is easy. Just remove back cover, remove display by loosening flex lock, put back new display carefully lock it holding flex with one finger. Please do not touch display flex contacts.

Fuji FinePix... | Answered on Dec 21, 2018


What is the productin date for a SELSI LIGHTWEIGHT 7X35 AMBER COATED LENS BINOCULARS serial Number 101696

Fujinon Polaris... | Answered on Dec 19, 2018


look inside the battery port

Fuji Cameras | Answered on Nov 27, 2018


ensure that the lens contacts are getting connection with base

Fuji Cameras | Answered on Nov 24, 2018


Check the basics first. Some of these suggestions may sound silly but I have done stuff like this.
Have you got something screwed to the tripod mount? This can overlap the door and stop it opening.
Have you dropped or bashed the camera recently?
Are you moving the door slide release in the correct direction? Check there is no damage visible on the camera or if there's anything trapped round the edge of the door jamming it?
Using a gentle but firm pressure with you thumb, press the door down into the 'closed' position. (I find sitting with the camera in my lap works best for this). Then use the slide release on the door. Release the pressure to see if the door has opened. You might need to roll your thumb round in flat circles to feel if the door is tight or slack when closed.
If this doesn't work or you have found some damage I would recommend you take it to a camera specialist as they will have the correct tools and skills to sort it out.

Fuji Cameras | Answered on Nov 19, 2018

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