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Fujifilm has been a longstanding brand known in the field of imaging, being one of the market leaders in film since the 50s. The decline of film during the millennium did not deter them, since even up to now their brand is on hundreds and thousands of cameras around the world, whether its a Fujifilm Instax Mini 8 or that stylish and vintage-looking Fuji X-T3, something that our film enthusiasts at CameraFIX approves.

  • Fujifilm GFX50S
  • Fujifilm GFX50R
  • Fujifilm X-Pro2
  • Fujifilm X-T30
  • Fujifilm X-A5
  • Fujifilm X-T100
  • Fujifilm XP130

Common Problems and Fixes

Battery draining is one of the biggest problems encountered by Fuji camera owners. At the same time, if you find your Fuji lens faulty, you are not alone. Some lenses tend to veer away from its normal working condition, which is why regular calibration is very important. Other forms of typical camera damages that Fuji camera repair shops are often used to come in the from sand damage or water damages, which usually require a bit more time in fixing.

  • SD card reader replacement
  • Looking for base plate replacement
  • Dropped the camera and the LCD has a large crack
  • Has a problem of constantly turning on and off
  • Lens does not close despite full battery
  • Camera stopped working
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What Fujifilm brand should I get?

Fuji is one of the few contemporary brands that still manufactures film. In fact, the widely popular Fuji Instax catered to the younger generation, the biggest consumer of their Instant Photo System. However, their Fujifilm X Series is definitely for the books. Combining traditional styling of vintage cameras and cutting edge camera technology, some of the best Fujifilm cameras are the Fujifilm X100F compact camera, and the Fujifilm X-E3 and Fujifilm X-T3, which are both mirrorless cameras. It should be noted that the X Series have mountable lenses as well.

Great Fujifilm Features

Aside from having beautiful designs, all Fujifilm cameras are easy to use, versatile, and can produce images with less noise compared to other DSLRs. Add that to the fact that all of their X series cameras have interchangeable lenses, so it is easy to upgrade or to switch from one camera to another, even the professinal-grade Fujifilm GFX100.

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Let Us Fix That Fuji!

Fujifilm is a brand known to have adapted well despite the rapid decline of their main product. Their innovativeness and pursuit of excellence made them produce their Fuji camera line, putting them in the running for great brands that make consumer-grade cameras. The interchangeability of lenses favours them, but the consumer will need to learn how to take care of these lenses, with regular calibration that CameraFIX can offer to ensure that their lenses are all in great shape.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, we offer Fuji repairs across their entire range, including their instant cameras.
We are based in Sydney, but you can ship your Fujifilm camera to us.
We pride ourselves on faster turnarounds than Fuji repair centres (and repair centres in general). If the damage isn’t extensive and you can drop your camera off and pick it up in person, you can generally expect to pick it up within a day. But for more extreme damage, parts replacement, or shipping, you might need to wait up to 2 weeks.
  • Remove batteries and memory card and place them in a ziplock bag
  • Place camera in a ziplock bag
  • Ship all parts pertinent to repairs and try to pack them in as few boxes as possible to avoid something getting lost
  • Use a box that lets you have at least 6 cm of space surrounding the camera for packing material
  • Use bubble wrap, packing peanuts, or both, and make sure your camera can’t move around too much in the box
Film jamming is a common problem in Instax cameras. Here are some troubleshooting steps:

  • Replace batteries
  • Check ejection slot. There may be something blocking the film from ejecting
  • Replace the film cartridge. Damaged cartridges may not eject properly or get stuck.
  • Make sure you’re using the correct cartridge, that it’s inserted properly, and that there is still film in the cartridge.
  • Remove the film cartridge, release the shutter, and check your Fuji’s mechanical roller.
  • If the problems persist, take your Instax to a Fuji repair and service centre or a licensed repair shop.
We can’t give you an exact price without assessing the damage first. But we can give you an estimated quote: https://www.camerafix.com.au/get-a-quote/

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