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Fuji finepix 5600 white stripes

Photo's taken with this camera (SD5600) have fine horizontal white stripes when saved. In use there is no sign of a problem and, when taken, the picture appears OK on screen while it is processed and stored. Once played back however the brightness is obviously off and there is a hint of Moire patterns. The patterns become more obvious as you zoom in and are caused by fine horizontal white stripes. On the basis that the problem occurs during saving the picture different cards have been tried as has setting the camera to shoot RAW pictures but to no avail. Video shooting is unaffected.

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When you say 'played back', do you mean viewed on the camera screen, or after downloading to your computer ? If the latter, it could be to do with the software you are using - try FastStone.

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SOURCE: Fuji FinePix S5000

This appears to be loose connector to the motherboatd from the screen.
Try gentle squeezing of the casing near the bottom of the body
This may do the trick- otheriwise it is a workshop job and frankly not worth the cost - the money would be better spent on a more uptodate camera.

Posted on Dec 13, 2007

Anonymous

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SOURCE: Memory Problem

May was a long time ago - you may have solved this by now...
A330 cameras only accept certain types of xD cards.  If you have a type 'h' card, it won't work.
I have a card that says "H512mb" and it's useless.  You can only use cards with no letters before the card size or type "M"  cards.  With a type "M", you need to upgrade the camera firmware.  Read directions here: http://www.fujifilm.com/products/digital/download/a330/fupd.html

-Kelly.

Posted on Dec 17, 2007

robmcd27

Rob

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SOURCE: memory card not working? ( fuji finepix Z20fd Digital Camera)

Hi there.

When you start using a memory card, you must format the card in the camera first...using the camera menu. If you don't the camera won't read the card properly. Try that and I bet it will work for you.

Rob

Posted on Mar 09, 2009

zohail

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SOURCE: Problem in Fuji FinePix S7000 digital camera.

CCD failure image sensor failure

ur camera may be on service advisory list just mail the fuji film with serial number i am pretty sure they will repair free of charge it is a manufacturing fault in some units manufactured b4 2005 u have to email them they will repair it free of charge

http://www.fujifilmusa.com/support/ServiceSupportProduct.do?prodcat=616757

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Posted on Mar 09, 2009

david

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SOURCE: FinePix F470 Lines on images and faded colors on photo mode.

You have over exposed pictures due to the shutter sticking.
The video is the clue to the problem. It doesn't use the shutter.
Shutter needs to be cleaned. This is no easy task im afraid

Posted on Sep 11, 2009

Testimonial: "Thanks, Dave, that's useful,will try clean it,but still think it must be something more, electronical, in the data transfer from sensor to card."

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