20 Most Recent Fuji Discovery 1000 35mm Point and Shoot Camera Questions & Answers


A camera is for recording images onto film, not reading the film.

Fuji Discovery... | Answered on Jul 19, 2017


You can download the manual at
http://www.cameramanuals.org/fuji_pdf/fuji_discovery_1000_zoom-1.pdf

The camera uses standard 35mm film. 35mm film is available in black-and-white, color negative (print) and color reversal (slide) forms (and others). 35mm film should be available at any camera store, as well as many drugstores and even supermarkets.

Fuji Discovery... | Answered on Jun 30, 2011


Parts are no longer available, and like almost all 35mm compact cameras (and many SLR's), your brother's camera is utterly worthless so repairs are totally uneconomic to repair unless you can fabricate a replacement latch yourselves.

Although this may sound gloomy, it's not. The silver lining is that you can easily find a similar or better model on your local FreeCycle or Freegle groups for zilch. There are millions of perfectly good 35mm film cameras lying unused at the back of peoples cupboards and drawers and the majority of owners know they're near worthless so haven't even invested in the replacement batteries that many need.

Fuji Discovery... | Answered on May 28, 2010


With a physically damaged card the only option is to send it to a data recovery specialist. But their services cost a fortune, so unless the images you wish to save are invaluable then the only "fix" is to discard the card and the images and replace it with a new one.

If there is any electrical contact showing at all then you *might* be able to cobble together a temporary fix by using electrically conductive glue (from electronics shops, not cheap) to stick a temporary contact made from a tiny cut-off piece of an aluminium drinks can (make sure that you sand all paint and varnish from both sides of the aluminium). If you have excellent soldering skills then you may be able to solder on a temporary contact, but it's difficult to do without overheating the component. Either way, the job needs to be really neat to avoid damaging the camera contacts and it's safest to use an external card reader which can be replaced cheaply and easily if the "fixed" card damages the contacts.

Fuji Discovery... | Answered on May 15, 2010


I think it aint a 3 but a E as if an error :) try feeding the film deeper.

Fuji Discovery... | Answered on May 06, 2009


Sounds interesting - what does it mean ?

Fuji Cameras | Answered on Dec 24, 2019


Follow the "instructions" in the "manual"

Fuji Cameras | Answered on Sep 19, 2019


Check batteries and the terminals that connect to your batteries. Often the contacts get corroded because batteries have acid in them.

Fuji Cameras | Answered on Aug 13, 2019


Ebay or Fuji, possibly ?

Fuji Cameras | Answered on Jun 20, 2019


This query does not appear to relate to any model of camera - are you sure you have posted it in the correct forum ?

Fuji Cameras | Answered on Jun 07, 2019


Simply download it from Fuji website! If that is not possible, google it.

Fuji Cameras | Answered on Mar 22, 2019


It sounds like maybe one of the pins are broke, I wold try flashlight and magnifying glass to inspect it, If you find one of the mettle contacts on the card is broke it is probably ok to just pull it out firmly it will break the card contacts but I doubt it will harm you camera ~T?M~

Fuji Cameras | Answered on Feb 27, 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

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