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Postby mantababe » Sat Oct 09, 2010 7:21 am

flooded my beloved fuji F31 at wk end not too much salt water but seems enough to render it poorly :cry: it still works but the pics are very over exposed and have lines on them like faint finger prints, been told its poss sensor damage, anyone has any opinions and is there anything that i can do to make it better [not worth taking it to be fixed] its been in airing cupboard all week, rather like to keep it as a land camera now tho.
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Postby scottg » Mon Oct 18, 2010 6:45 pm

oh no! The fuji F31 is a great camera. Not much you can do, I would try to find a (used) replacement online, maybe Ebay or the classifieds.

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Postby mantababe » Tue Oct 19, 2010 4:16 am

scottg wrote:oh no! The fuji F31 is a great camera. Not much you can do, I would try to find a (used) replacement online, maybe Ebay or the classifieds.

that had been the idea, so that my daughter could use it as i decided to take this opp to uprade, but at a cost of over £130 i just cant run to that and a new camera unfort daughter is at uni so cant afford it either, cant beieve how much they gone up since august [they were going for in the region of £70-80 then. you can get a new fuji f80 on amazon for £150 [same price as the f31 on ebay...amazing]
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