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DIGITAL CAMERA

FinePix S5100/
S5500/
SERVICE MANUAL
US/CA/EU/EG/GE/AS/CH-Model

WARNING
THE COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY THE MARK “ ” ON THE SCHEMATIC
DIAGRAM AND IN THE PARTS LIST ARE CRITICAL FOR SAFETY.
PLEASE REPLACE ONLY BY THE COMPONENTS SPECIFIED ON THE SCHEMATIC
DIAGRAM AND IN THE PARTS LIST.
IF YOU USE PARTS NOT SPECIFIED, IT MAY RESULT IN A FIRE AND AN
ELECTRICAL SHOCK.

Ref.No.:ZM00574-102
FUJI PHOTO FILM CO., LTD. Printed in Japan 2005.11
FinePix S5100/S5500 Service Manual

SAFETY CHECK-OUT
After correcting the original problem, perform the following
safety check before return the product to the customer.

1. Check the area of your repair for unsoldered or poorly 7. CAUTION: FOR CONTINUED
soldered connections. Check the entire board surface PROTECTION AGAINST FIRE
for solder splasher and bridges. HAZARD, REPLACE ONLY WITH
SAME TYPE 2.5 AMPERES 125V
2. Check the interboard wiring to ensure that no wires are FUSE.
“pinched” or contact high-wattage resistors.
2.5A 125V
RISK OF FIRE- ATTENTION: AFIN D'ASSURER
REPLACE FUSE
3. Look for unauthorized replacement parts, particularly AS MARKED UNE PROTECTION
2.5A 125V
transistors, that were installed during a previous repair. PERMANENTE CONTRE LES
Point them out to the customer and recommend their RISQUES D'INCENDIE,
replacement. REMPLACER UNIQUEMENT
PAR UN FUSIBLE DE MEME,
4. Look for parts which, though functioning, show obvious TYPE 2.5 AMPERES, 125 VOLTS.
signs of deterioration. Point them out to the customer
and recommend their replacement. 8. WARNING: TO REDUCE THE
ELECTRIC SHOCK, BE
5. Check the B + voltage to see it is at the values CAREFUL TO TOUCH THE
specified. PARTS.
WARNING!
6. Make leakage - current measurements to determine HIGH VOLTAGE

that exposed parts are acceptably insulated from the


supply circuit before returning the product to the
customer.

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FinePix S5100/S5500 Service Manual TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE CONTENTS

1. General ........................................................... 4 4. Adjustment .................................................... 42


1-1. Product specification .............................................. 4 4-1. Important point Adjustment when
1-2. Explanation of Terms .............................................. 7 Replacing Major Parts .......................................... 42
1-3. Names of External Components ............................ 8 4-2. Measuring Instruments Used ............................... 42
4-3. Use Jig list ............................................................ 42
2. Disassembly ................................................. 10 4-4. Calibration method of pattern box ........................ 43
2-1. Names of internal Components ............................ 10 4-5. Adjusting soft installation ...................................... 43
2-2. Removing the CABI REAR ASSY ........................ 11 4-5-1. Various downloading software
2-3. Removing the LCD ASSY ..................................... 12 decompressions, preservation methods,
2-4. Removing the EVF UNIT CONST ........................ 13 and notes ................................................ 43
2-5. Removing the MAIN PWB ASSY .......................... 13 4-5-2. Installation of DSC jig driver ................... 44
2-6. Removing the BATTERY HOLDER ASSY ........... 15 4-5-3. Adjusting soft initiation method ............... 44
2-7. Removing the DCST PWB ASSY ......................... 16 4-6. Initial Settings of the Adjustment Software ........... 45
2-8. Removing the LENS CONST ............................... 16 4-7. Starting the Adjustment Software ......................... 48
2-9. Removing the STROBE CONST .......................... 17 4-8. [R] : Flash Memory Reset ..................................... 51
2-10. Removing the AF FRAME ASSY .......................... 18 4-9. [F9] : AF-Assist Light Adjustment ......................... 53
4-10. [F5] : CAMERA Adjustment .................................. 56
3. Schematics ................................................... 19
4-11. [F4] : CCD Defect Correction ............................... 59
3-1. Cautions ............................................................... 19
4-12. [F6] : AF Adjustment ............................................. 61
3-2. Basic Block Names and Functions ....................... 19
4-13. [F1] : Battery Voltage Adjustment ......................... 64
3-3. Description of Main Block Functions .................... 20
4-14. [F7] : Flash Adjustment ......................................... 68
3-3-1. Technical Overview ................................. 20
4-15. [F11] : Video Adjustment ...................................... 70
3-4. Block Diagram ...................................................... 21
4-16. [F8] : Firmware Download .................................... 72
3-5. Overall connection Diagram ................................. 22
4-17. [F12] : End Setting ................................................ 74
3-6. Circuit Diagrams ................................................... 23
3-6-1. CAM BLOCK ........................................... 23 5. Inspection ..................................................... 78
3-6-2. DCDC BLOCK ........................................ 24 5-1. Required Measuring Equipment ........................... 78
3-6-3. KSW BLOCK .......................................... 25 5-2. Connection of Measuring Equipment ................... 78
3-6-4. LCD EVF BLOCK ................................... 26 5-3. Inspection and Factory Settings ........................... 79
3-6-5. MOTOR BLOCK ..................................... 27
3-6-6. PROCESS BLOCK ................................. 28 6. Parts List ....................................................... 81
3-6-7. CCD FPC BLOCK ................................... 29 6-1. Packing and Accessories ..................................... 81
3-6-8. IPS STROBE BLOCK ............................. 30 6-1-1. US-model (FinePix S5100) ..................... 81
3-6-9. MSW BLOCK .......................................... 31 6-1-2. CA-model (FinePix S5100) ..................... 82
3-6-10. RSW BLOCK .......................................... 31 6-1-3. EU-model (FinePix S5500) ..................... 83
3-7. Mounted Parts Diagrams ...................................... 32 6-1-4. EG-model (FinePix S5500) ..................... 84
3-7-1. DCST PWB ASSY .................................. 32 6-1-5. GE-model (FinePix S5500) ..................... 85
3-7-2. MAIN PWB ASSY ................................... 34 6-1-6. AS-model (FinePix S5500) ..................... 86
3-7-3. KSW FPC ASSY ..................................... 36 6-1-7. CH-model (FinePix S5500) ..................... 87
3-7-4. MSW FPC ASSY .................................... 38 6-2. Cabi Front block ................................................... 88
3-7-5. RSW FPC ASSY ..................................... 40 6-2-1. US/CA-model (FinePix S5100) ............... 88
3-7-6. CCD FPC ASSY ..................................... 41 6-2-2. EU/EG/GE/AS-model (FinePix S5500) ... 89
6-2-3. CH-model (FinePix S5500) ..................... 90
6-3. Inner block ............................................................ 91
6-4. Cabi Rear block .................................................... 92
6-5. Electrical parts ...................................................... 93

7. Appendix ....................................................... 94
7-1. Function of display for Firmware Version ............ 94
7-2. List of Related Technical Updates Issued ............ 95

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1. General FinePix S5100/S5500 Service Manual

1. General
1-1. Product specification
System
Model Digital camera FinePix S5100/FinePix S5500
Effective pixels 4.0 million pixels
CCD 1/2.7 inch square pixel CCD Number of total pixels: 4.23 million pixels
Number of recorded pixels Still image: 2272 × 1704 pixels/1600 × 1200 pixels/1280 × 960 pixels/
640 × 480 pixels ( / / / )
Movie: 640 × 480 pixels (30 frames per second with monaural sound)
320 × 240 pixels (30 frames per second with monaural sound)
Storage media xD-Picture Card (16/32/64/128/256/512 MB)
File format Still image: Compressed: JPEG (Exif ver. 2.2)
Uncompressed: CCD-RAW (RAF)
* Design rule for Camera File System compliant DPOF compatible
Movie: AVI format, Motion JPEG
Audio: WAVE format, Monaural sound
Lens Fujinon 10× optical zoom lens, F2.8-F3.1
Aperture F2.8-F8 10 steps at wide-angle/F3.1-F9 10 steps at telephoto in 1/3 EV increments
Manual/Auto selectable
Focal length f=5.7 mm to 57 mm (Equivalent to 37 mm to 370 mm on a 35 mm camera)
Digital zoom : approx. 1.4× / : approx. 1.8× / : approx. 3.6×
(10× optical zoom lens is used together: Max. zoom scale: 35.5×)
Focal range Normal: Wide-angle: Approx. 90 cm (3.0 ft.) to infinity
Telephoto: Approx. 2.0 m (6.6 ft.) to infinity
Macro: Wide-angle: Approx. 10 cm to 2.0 m (3.9 in. to 6.6 ft.)
Telephoto: Approx. 90 cm to 2.0 m (3.0 ft. to 6.6 ft.)
Shutter speed / / / /P: 1/4 sec. to 1/2000 sec. /S: 3 sec. to 1/1000 sec.
A: 1/4 sec. to 1/1000 sec. M: 15 sec. to 1/2000 sec.
Focus TTL contrast-type, Auto focus, Manual focus
Sensitivity : AUTO (Equivalent to ISO 64 to 320, depending on coditions) 64/100/200/400
/ / / /P/S/A/M: Equivalent to ISO 64/100/200/400
(During setting CCD-RAW: ISO 64/100/200)
Photometry TTL 64-zones metering Multi, Spot, Average
Exposure control Program AE ( , P, , , , ), Shutter-priority AE, Aperture-priority AE, Manual exposure
Exposure compensation -2.0 EV to +2.0 EV in 1/3 EV step increments
(in Programmed auto, shutter-priority auto, Aperture-priority auto)
White balance Auto ( , , , , ) Manual modes, 8 positions can be selected (P, S, A, M)
Viewfinder 0.33 inches, 115,000 pixels electronic viewfinder, Approx. 100% coverage
LCD monitor 1.5 inches, low-temperature polysilicon TFT 115,000 pixels, Approx. 100% coverage
Flash type Auto flash using flash control sensor
Effective range: Wide-angle: Approx. 30 cm to 5.0 m (1.0 ft. to 16.4 ft.)
(Approx. 30 cm to 2.0 m (1.0 ft. to 6.6 ft.): Macro)
Telephoto: Approx. 80 cm to 4.5 m (2.6 ft. to 14.8 ft.)
Flash modes: Auto, Red-eye reduction, Forced flash, Suppressed flash, Slow synchro,
Red-eye reduction + Slow synchro
Self-timer Approx. 2 sec./10 sec.
Continuous shooting Top 3-frame: Number of recorded frames: up to 3 frames
(at intervals as short as approx. 0.3 sec.)
Final 3-frame: Number of recorded frames:
last 3 frames before releasing the shutter button
(at intervals as short as approx. 0.3 sec.)
Long-period continuous shooting
Number of recorded frames: up to 40 frames
(at intervals as short as approx. 0.6 sec.)
Shooting functions Best framing, Frame No. memory
Playback functions Trimming, Automatic playback, Multi-frame playback, Voice memo
Other functions PictBridge, Language ( , English, Francais, Deutsch, , Italiano, ), FinePix
photo mode ( -mode), WEB camera, Discharge batteries
A/V output NTSC/PAL selectable

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FinePix S5100/S5500 Service Manual 1. General
Power Supply and Others
Power supply Use one of the following:
• 4× AA-size alkaline batteries
• 4× AA-size Ni-MH (Nickel-Metal Hydride) batteries (sold separately)
• AC Power Adapter AC-5VH/AC-5VHS (sold separately)
Guide to the number of Battery Type With LCD monitor ON
available frames for
Alkaline batteries Approx. 200 frames
battery operation
Ni-MH batteries 2300 mAh Approx. 400 frames
According to the CIPA (Camera & Imaging Products Association) standard procedure for
measuring digital still camera battery consumption (extract):
When using alkaline batteries, use the batteries supplied with the camera. You can use
Ni-MH batteries also. The storage media should be xD-Picture Card.
Pictures should be taken at a temperature of 23 oC (+73 oF), with the LCD monitor/
viewfinder (EVF) turned on, the optical zoom moved from full wide-angle to full telephoto
(or vice-versa) and back again to its original position every 30 seconds, the flash used at
full power every second shot and the camera turned off and then on again once every 10
shots.
• Note: Because the number of available shots varies depending on the capacity of alkaline
batteries or the level of charge in Ni-MH batteries, the figures shown here for the
number of available shots using batteries are not guaranteed.
The number of available shots will also decline at low temperatures.
Conditions for use Temperature : 0oC to +40oC (+32oF to +104oF) ; 80% humidity or less (no condensation)
Camera dimensions 112.7 mm × 81.1 mm × 79.3 mm/4.4 in. × 3.2 in. × 3.1 in.
(W×H×D) (not including accessories and attachments)
Camera mass (weight) Approx. 340 g/12.0 oz. (not including accessories, batteries and xD-Picture Card)
Weight for photography Approx. 480 g/16.9 oz. (including batteries and xD-Picture Card)
Accessories z AA-size alkaline batteries (LR6) (4)
z 16 MB, xD-Picture Card (1) Included with: Anti-static case (1)
z Shoulder strap (1)
z A/V cable for FinePix S5100/FinePix S5500 (1)
approx. 1.5 m (4.9 ft.), plug (2.5 mm dia.) to pin-plug ×2
z USB cable (mini-B) (1) z Adapter ring AR-FX5A (1) z Lens cap (1)
z CD-ROM (1) Software for FinePix AX z Owner’s Manual (1)
Optional accessories z xD-Picture Card
DPC-16 (16 MB)/DPC-32 (32 MB)/DPC-64 (64 MB)/DPC-128 (128 MB)/
DPC-256 (256 MB)/DPC-512 (512 MB)
z Rechargeable Battery 2HR-3UF (2×)
z Battery Charger with Battery BK-NH/BK-NH2 (With Euro type or UK type plug)
z AC Power Adapter AC-5VH/AC-5VHS
z Soft Case SC-FXS5
z Image Memory Card Reader DPC-R1
• Compatible with Windows 98/98 SE, Windows Me, Windows 2000 Professional,
Windows XP or iMac, Mac OS 8.6 to 9.2, Mac OS X (10.1.2 to 10.2.2) and models
that support USB as standard.
• Compatible with xD-Picture Cards of 16 MB to 512 MB, and SmartMedia of 3.3 V,
4 MB to 128 MB.
z PC Card Adapter DPC-AD
• Compatible with xD-Picture Card of 16 MB to 512 MB, and SmartMedia of 3.3 V, 2
MB to 128 MB.
z CompactFlash Card Adapter DPC-CF
• Windows 95/98/98 SE/Me/2000 Professional/XP
• Mac OS 8.6 to 9.2/X (10.1.2 to 10.1.5)
z xD-Picture Card USB Drive DPC-UD1
• Compatible with xD-Picture Card of 16 MB to 512 MB
• Windows 98/98 SE/Me/2000 Professional/XP
• Mac OS 9.0 to 9.2/X (10.0.4 to 10.2.6)

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Input/Output Terminals
A/V output socket 2.5 mm dia. jack
USB socket For file transfer to a PC
DC input Socket for specified AC power adapter AC-5VH/AC-5VHS (sold separately)

Standard number of available frames/recording time per xD-Picture Card


The number of available shots, recording time or file size varies slightly depending on the subjects photographed. Note also
that the difference between standard number of frames and the actual number of frames is greater for
xD-Picture Cards with higher capacities.
Quality Setting F N Movie Movie
Number of recorded
2272 1704 1600 1200 1280 960 640 480 2272 1704 640 480 320 240
pixels
Image Data Size 1.9 MB 960 KB 620 KB 460 KB 130 KB 8.3 MB
DPC-16 (16 MB) 8 16 25 33 122 1 13 sec. 26 sec.
DPC-32 (32 MB) 16 32 50 68 247 3 27 sec. 54 sec.
DPC-64 (64 MB) 33 66 101 137 497 7 55 sec. 109 sec.
DPC-128 (128 MB) 66 132 204 275 997 15 111 sec. 219 sec.
DPC-256 (256 MB) 134 266 409 550 1997 30 223 sec. 7.3 min.
DPC-512 (512 MB) 268 532 818 1101 3993 61 7.4 min. 14.6 min.

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1-2. Explanation of Terms
AF/AE Lock On the FinePix S5100/FinePix S5500, pressing the shutter button down half way locks
the focus and exposure settings (AF and AE lock). If you want to focus on a subject that
is not centered in the frame or change the picture composition after the exposure is set,
you can obtain good results by changing the composition after the AF and AE settings
are locked.
Auto power save function If the camera is not used in any way for 60 seconds, this function turns features such as
the LCD monitor/viewfinder (EVF) off (sleep mode) to prevent battery depletion and the
waste of power when the AC power adapter is connected. If the camera is then left
unused for a further period, the Auto power save function turns the camera off. This
period can be set to 2 or 5 minutes on this camera.
• The Auto power off function does not operate in PC mode, during automatic playback,
or if it is disabled during setup.
Deactivated batteries: Leaving an Ni-MH battery unused in storage for a long period may cause a rise in the
level of substances that inhibit current flow inside the battery and result in a dormant
battery. A battery in this state is referred to as deactivated.
Because current flow is inhibited in a deactivated Ni-MH battery, the battery’s original
level of performance cannot be achieved.
DPOF: Digital Print Order Format
DPOF is a format used for recording information on a storage media (image memory
card, etc.) that allows you to specify which of the frames shot using a digital camera are
to be printed and how many prints are made of each image.
EV: A number denotes Exposure Value. The EV is determined by the brightness of the
subject and sensitivity (speed) of the film or CCD. The number is larger for bright
subjects and smaller for dark subjects. As the brightness of the subject changes, a
digital camera maintains the amount of light hitting the CCD at a constant level by
adjusting the aperture and shutter speed.
When the amount of light striking the CCD doubles, the EV increases by 1. Likewise,
when the light is halved, the EV decreases by 1.
Frame rate (fps): The frame rate refers to the number of images (frames) that are photographed or played
back per second. For example, when 10 frames are continuously photographed in a 1-
second interval, the frame rate is expressed as 10 fps.
For reference, TV images are displayed at 30 fps (NTSC).
JPEG: Joint Photographics Experts Group
A file format used for compressing and saving color images. The higher the compression
rate, the greater the loss of quality in the decompressed (restored) image.
Memory effect: If an Ni-MH battery is repeatedly charged without first being fully discharged, its perfor-
mance may drop below its original level. This is referred to as the “memory effect”.
Motion JPEG: A type of AVI (Audio Video Interleave) file format that handles images and sound as a
single file. Images in the file are recorded in JPEG format. Motion JPEG can be played
back by QuickTime 3.0 or later.
PC Card: A generic term for cards that meet the PC Card Standard.
PC Card Standard: A standard for PC cards determined by the PCMCIA.
PCMCIA: Personal Computer Memory Card International Association (US).
Smear: A phenomenon specific to CCDs whereby white streaks appear on the image when there
is a very strong light source, such as the sun or reflected sunlight, in the photography
screen.
WAVE: A standard format used on Windows systems for saving audio data. WAVE files have
the “.WAV” file extension and the data can be saved in either compressed or
uncompressed format. Uncompressed recording is used on this camera.
WAVE files can be played back on a PC using the following software:
Windows: MediaPlayer
Macintosh: QuickTime Player
* QuickTime 3.0 or later
White Balance: Whatever the kind of the light, the human eye adapts to it so that a white object still
looks white. On the other hand, devices such as digital cameras see a white subject as
white by first adjusting the color balance to suit the color of the ambient light around the
subject. This adjustment is called matching the white balance.
Exif Print: Exif Print Format is a newly revised digital camera file format that contains a variety of
shooting information for optimal printing.

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1-3. Names of External Components

Focus mode selector lock switch


Shutter button Power switch

Continuous shooting
button

Exposure compensation
button

Focus mode selector button Mode dial

W (Wide zoom) button


Viewfinder (EVF)
T (Tele zoom) button

Diopter adjustment dial


Strap mount
Indicator lamp

DISP (display)/BACK
Photo mode( ) button
button

EVF/LCD MENU/OK button


(monitor selector)
button
Low light
LCD monitor viewfinder button

Battery cover

4-direction ( ) button Tripod mount


/ (Macro) button
/ (Flash) button

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Flash Flash pop-up button

Flash control sensor


Self-timer lamp

Microphone

AF-Assist Strap mount


illuminator
Slot cover

xD-Picture Card slot

Lens

Speaker

USB socket (mini-B)

DC IN 5V (power input) socket

A/V OUT (Audio / Visual output) socket

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2. Disassembly FinePix S5100/S5500 Service Manual

2. Disassembly
2-1. Names of internal Components

CABI REAR ASSY

MSW PWB ASSY

KSW PWB ASSY

EVF UNIT CONST

LCD ASSY
STROBE CONST

RSW PWB ASSY

BATTERY HOLDER ASSY

LCD FRAME

AF FRAME ASSY MAIN PWB ASSY

DCST PWB ASSY

MAIN FRAME

LENS CONST

MIC ASSY

CABI FRONT ASSY SPEAKER ASSY

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FinePix S5100/S5500 Service Manual 2. Disassembly
2-2. Removing the CABI REAR ASSY

[Disassembly] 1
1. Remove the three screws (M1.7 x 3.5).
2. Remove the two screws (M1.7 x 5).
4
3. Open the battery cover.
4. Raise the CABI REAR ASSY in the direction of the
arrow.

2
1

5. Remove the FFC.

[Assembly]
Set the mode dial to the camera position and assemble it.
Assemble in the reverse order to disassembly.

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2-3. Removing the LCD ASSY

[Disassembly]
1. Remove the two screws (M1.7 x 2.5).

2. Remove the connector.

3. Raise the LCD ASSY in the direction of the arrow.

[Assembly]
Assemble in the reverse order to disassembly.

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2-4. Removing the EVF UNIT CONST

[Disassembly] 2
1. Remove the connector.
2. Raise the EVF UNIT CONST in the direction of the
arrow. 3

3. Remove the FFC. 1

[Assembly]
Assemble in the reverse order to disassembly.

2-5. Removing the MAIN PWB ASSY

[Disassembly]
1. Remove the connector.
1
2. Remove the three FFCs. 2
3. Raise the NAIN PWB in the direction of the arrow. 3

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4. Remove the FFC.

[Assembly]
Make the style of FFC and the lead wire as shown in figure
below.

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2-6. Removing the BATTERY HOLDER ASSY

[Disassembly] 2
1. Remove the connector.
2. Remove the screw (M1.7 x 8.0).
3. Remove the BATTERY HOLDER ASSY in the direction 3
of the arrow.

[Assembly]
Set the switch lever to the off position when assembling. OFF

Note:
Always ensure that the FLASH ASSY main condenser is
discharged before beginning disassembly.

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2-7. Removing the DCST PWB ASSY

[Disassembly]
1
1. Remove the three screws (M1.7 x 2.5).
3
2. Remove the FFC.
3. Remove the two connectors.
4. Remove the DCST PWB ASSY in the direction of the
4
arrow.
2

[Assembly]
Put the substrate aside in the direction of the arrow when
assembling.

2-8. Removing the LENS CONST


[Disassembly]
1
1. Remove the three screws (M1.7 x 8.0).
2. Remove the MAIN FRAME.
3. Remove the LENS CONST in the direction of the arrow. 2 3

[Assembly]
Assemble in the reverse order to disassembly.

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2-9. Removing the STROBE CONST

[Disassembly]
1. Remove the ST-BUTTON.

2. Remove the screw (M1.7 x 5.5). 2


4
3. Remove the connector.
4. Remove in the STROBE CONST direction of the arrow. 3

[Assembly]
Make read-wire a style as shown in the figure below.
Assemble in the reverse order to disassembly.

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2-10. Removing the AF FRAME ASSY

[Disassembly] 1
1. Remove two screws.
2. Remove the AF FRAME ASSY in the direction of the
arrow.
2
[Assembly]
Execute the AF-Assist Light Adjustment after assembling.

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FinePix S5100/S5500 Service Manual 3. Schematics
3. Schematics
3-1. Cautions
<Cautions when replacing parts>
• Do not reuse removed parts. Always use new parts.
• Note that the negative side of tantalum condensers is readily damaged by heat.
• Except for chemical condensers and tantalum condensers, voltage is not displayed on condensers with a voltage
resistance of 50V or less.
• Resistors not marked are 1/16W chip resistors.
• KΩ = 1000Ω, MΩ = 1000KΩ
• B characteristics of variable resistors and semi-fixed resistors are not displayed.

3-2. Basic Block Names and Functions


Part name Block name Function
LENS CONST CCD FPC BLOCK CCD output(IC701)
MAIN PWB ASSY CAM BLOCK CCD output A/D conversion (IC103), CCD driver (IC101, IC102)
PROCESS BLOCK Image signal processing, USB communications,
system control (IC201), Image signal processing assist (IC202)
LCD/EVF BLOCK LCD/EVF output control (IC401)
VIDEO BLOCK VIDEO output (IC51)
AUDIO BLOCK Audio IN/OUT (IC11)
DCST PWB ASSY DC/DC BLOCK Power supply generation (IC503)
IPS BLOCK Power ON function, Flash charging control,Key function (IC301)
MOTOR BLOCK Shutter/Iris/AF/zoom drive (IC651)
RSW PWB ASSY RSW BLOCK Power SW, Shutter SW
KSW PWB ASSY KSW BLOCK Key SW
MSW PWB ASSY MSW BLOCK Mode SW
STOROBE ASSY FLASH BLOCK Flash

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3-3. Description of Main Block Functions


3-3-1. Technical Overview
CCD signal processing/Camera circuit section
„ Analog signals output from the 1/1.7 type square pixels CCD (IC701), with an effective pixel count of 4.0 mega-pixels,
undergo false color compensation processing, adaptive interpolation processing, amplification (AGC) and signal
mixing inside the CCD signal processing IC “AFE (IC103)” before being converted to 14-bit digital signals (A/D) and
sent to the signal processing LSI “UCS2 (IC201)”.
„ The vertical drive IC (IC101) for driving the CCD and the horizontal drive IC (IC102) are in this block.

Motor Circuit Section


„ The signal processing LSI “UCS2 (IC201)” that has received various operating switch commands manages the motor
drive IC (IC651) and controls the AF, SHUTTER, ZOOM and IRIS motors.

Imaging and Signal Processing Section


„ Input data from the CCD
14-bit digital image data (corresponding to 1H) that has been output from the imaging section (CCD/Camera Block) is
sent to the signal processing LSI “UCS2 (IC201)”, converted to 32-bit (16-bit x 2) data by the [internal buffer] inside this
LSI, and the image data for one frame (2272 x 1704 pix) is stored temporarily in [SD-RAM]. It is also integrated in the
[AUTO operation section] using the 32-bit the signal processing LSI “UCS2 (IC301)” image data and sent to the
AFE_IC (IC103) to obtain the appropriate AE/AF/AWB.
„ Record processing to xD Card
Image data stored in SD-DRAM “IC203” is sent one frame at a time to the internal [signal processing section] in the
signal processing LSI “UCS2 (IC201)”. In a process called unpacking, “32-bit to 12-bit conversion” and “pre-
processing including digital clamp, white balance and noise reduction processing, linear matrix processing, gamma
correction and R/G/B 14-bit to R/G/B 8-bit conversion” to “8-bit digital R/G/B signals to Y:Cb:Cr = 4:2:2 YC processing”
are implemented in this [signal processing section] and 8-bit Y/Cb/Cr image data are sent to the [internal buffer].
* Noise reduction processing, linear matrix processing and gamma correction included here are processed by the
Partner chip.
The “rearrangement of data in a format in which 8-bit Y/Cb/Cr signals are easily compressed” is done in the [internal
buffer] and after passing through the [JPEG operation block] to the [media controller], they are recorded on the xD card.
„ Reproduction of images from xD card
Compressed image data from the xD card is sent as 8-bit image data to the signal processing LSI “UCS2 (IC201)”
then it is sent to the [media control section], the [DMA unit] and the SD-DRAM “IC203” and then it is sent to the [media
controller], to the [JPEG operation section] and to the [signal processing section].
In the [signal processing section], 8-bit Y/Cb/Cr signals are converted to 8-bit R/G/B signals and at the same time,
lettering display signals are weighted and passed through the [LCD controller to the LCD/EVF unit and displayed.
„ Image capture system adjustment data are stored in the Flash ROM (IC204).

LCD/EVF Unit
„ Digital signals sent from the signal processing LSI “UCS2 (IC201)” are sent LCD/EVF drive IC (IC401), controls LCD/
EVF.

Power Supply Section


„ Power supply circuits constructed in the core of the DC IC (IC503) create the following power supplies, which are
supplied to each block.

D3.3V [IC651 (MOTOR BLOCK), IC203 (SDRAM), IC201 (UCS2), IC204 (Flash Rom), IC202 (PARTNER), IC301
(IPS), LCD (CN401), MODE FPC]
D5.2V [IC651 (MOTOR BLOCK)]
-7.5V [IC701 (CCD), IC101 (V_Drv)]
15V [IC701 (CCD), IC101 (V_Drv)]
CAM3.3V [IC101 (V_Drv), IC102 (RTG),IC103(AFE)]
1.5V [IC201 (UCS2), IC202 (PARTNER)]
2.5V [IC201 (UCS2)]
MOT3.4V [IC651 (MOTOR BLOCK), IC701 (AUDIO BLOCK)]
AD_3.3V [IC11 (AUDIO BLOCK), IC51 (VIDEO BLOCK)]

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3-4. Block Diagram

MAIN PWB LED_ST UCS2 LIBRA (T8K15BXB) IC201


3.3V (I/O), 2.5V, 1.5V Operation
xD Card

DR_SW
AF ASSIST LED
Slot xD Card
VSUB_CNT (20PIN)
AFE_CS IBFC
IC103 AUTO
ANALOG DEVICES AFE

CCD_AFE[13:0]
Partner Chip IC202 RECC
LENS CONST AD9945 FF4183 CCDIF USB Jack
3.3V Operation 3.3V(I/O),1.5V Operation

CCDIN
CCD IC701
10xZOOM LENS MEDIA
O.LPF

ICX448DQ CCD_PC[13: 2] EVL_BL_ON


f=5.7~57.0mm ADC PCCDIF EVF BL
1/2.7inch CDS PGA
F=2.8~3.1 12bit TFDC
4.0millon pixels CCD_THROUGH YCPRO LCDDAT[7:0]
PMOVC LCDHD, LCDVD EVF, LCD
ENCD LCDCLK,LCD CS EVF
Driver

(CCD_SCK,
ADCLK,SHD,SHP, DVCLK 0.33inch

CCD_SO)
ØV ØH CLKC SIO1 LC1500
Zoom_Position

CGEN TX49 CPU Core WDT (U2_SCK


V Drv. IC401

SIO2
CPOB,PBLK

Cont. R AW N R Cont_DAT
Focus HP
Zoom HP

U2_SO)
Pulses MD2174 REGCNT
IC101 DEBUG I/F SIO
LCD Panel

Peripheral BUS 96MHz


USB
1.5inch
V Pulss RTG IC102
Motor Drv. VD, HD, DCLK
M50236HP
SHT_CLS FF1178 CCD_CLK (27MHz) CPU Core
SHT_OPN MFT LCD_BL_ON
7 ch 3.3V Operation BL LED x3
VRESET, CCDLD, CCD_STB, CCDDI
IC651 (Programmable) Audio(Seriul)
ICU
(U2_SCK,

I-cache 16k
U2_SO)

A/D Audio(A/D) VBS_OUT


IC51
SIO1

DAC
VIDEO_ON Video
STRB_SY

F_HP, Z_HP, MOT_EXT_F, MOT_MOB_(F,Z,I) Driver AV Jack


MOT_RESET, MOT_CLK, MOT_CS JPEG PORT
BUS Cont. AUDIO_OUT
VREF SDRAMC
Detect system DMAC CLKC

X’TAL(X201) BEEP
IC301 CX-101F AUDIO IC
SPEAKER
IPS AN30203AA DCST PWB 48.00MHz BP3602_1
I/O Buffer Internal Internal SP_AMP
X’TAL(X202)
STRB-XE STROBOCTRL CX-101F
eDRAMA eDRAMB
MIC_AMP MIC
27.00MHz
P-TR EVR CTL
SIO1(U2_SCK,U2_SO,U2_SI) 2ch IC11
LED CTL SIO1
DRIVER IPS_ACT, IPS_CS, STRB_CC, STRB_SY CTL
LED_R LED_G (U2_SO,U2_SCK)
x3
BAT_V, PWR_SW , PWR_SW FLASH SDRAM
Power on SIO2
256Mb (U2_SCK,U2_SO,LD)
Reset RESET 8MB
BATT x 32
RTC IC204 IC203
Backup
PW_SW
EV3

PW_CTR
KEY SW RELEASE SW FOCUS SW MODE SW
32.768kHZ 3.3V_ON
DC/DC Block AF/MF CAF SW MODE DIAL
R/L/D/U SW POWER/CAM/PB SW
DC/DC IC. OK/BACK/DISP SW RELEASE SW(S1/S2) FOCUS SW +/-
DC IN CCD_ON
FUSE AN30212A EVF/LCD SW POPUP SW
5V 5ch TELE/WIDE SW
IC503 F-mode SW
1.5V
BATT. 3.3V
5V
AA x 4 15V,-7.5V
CCD
LCD
Etc.

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3-5. Overall connection Diagram

LCD UNIT EVF UNIT AF LED

LCD FPC EVF FPC


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 6 5 4 3 2 1

HVDD

DSG

DSG
DCD
CKH2
CKH1

STH
VSS
CSH

DSD
SC
VBB
CSV
ENB
VVDD
STV
CKV1

STH
VSS

VDD
CSH

R
CKH2
CKH2

VBB
CDV
ENB
STV
CKV1

C
C
C
ANODE

A
A
A
COM

COM
N.C

N.C
N.C

N.C
G

G
CATHODE

EVF_BL
AV_JACK
HSJ1660_019575

AF
AF
AF
AF
AF
AF
GND 1

VIDEO BLK
CARD 2

LED
LED
LED
LED
LED
LED
29 GND R/B 3
28 GND RE 4

XD_CARD_CN
27 V6 CE
26 V5B FH12_22S_0.5SH 18FLT_SM1 6FHJ-SM-TB(NN) 5

25 V5A
SM02B_SRS CLE 6

AF LED BLK ALE 7


24 V4 LCD BLK EVF BLK WE 8

FGY067-0201
23 V3B WP 9
22 V3A GND 10
21 V2 D0 11
CCD_FPC

20 V1 D1 12
19 VST D2 13
FB1S029J51
CAM BLK

18 VHDL D3 14
17 VL D4 15
16 VL D5 16
15 H2A D6 17
14 H1A D7 18
13 CSUB VCC 19
12
11
SUB
H2B MAIN PWB VCC 20

10
9
H1B
RG
POWER ON BLK
8 CCD +15V
7 CCD +15V
AUDIOBLK MIC C MIC_UNIT
6 GND SM02B_SRPKS_TB
5 GND
4 VOUT
PROCESS BLK

FSW_PWB
3 VOUT
2 GND
SPEAKER+ 1 1 SPEAKER+

08FLT_SM1
1 GND

8FHJ-SM1-TB(NN)
FSW_FFC
D 3.3V 2 2 D 3.3V
AF/MF/CAF 3 3 AF/MF/CAF
GND 4 4 GND
GND 5 5 GND
LED ST 6 6 LED ST
STRB_POPUP 7 7 STRB_POPUP

SPEAKER UNIT
SPEAKER- 8 8 SPEAKER-

9831S-70Y930 FH12_14S_0.5SH SPEAKER+ 2

LDE_G
LED_R
GND

D_3.3V

AD_2.5V
MODE_DIAL
GND
GND
GND

GND
TELE/WIDE/F_MODE

R/L/D/U
OK/BAKC/DISP/E_L
8FHT-SM1-TB(NN) SPEAKER- 1

DRIVE/+-
MOT_MOB_Z

MOT_MOB_F
NC(3.3V_ON)

MOT_RESET

MOT_MOB_I

MOT_EXT_Z

MOT_EXT_F
CCD_ - 7.5V

CCD_ - 7.5V

MOT_EXT_I
SM02B_SRSS_TB

S1
S2

EV3
GND
GND

GND
PW_SW
PLAY
CAM_3.3V

CAM_3.3V

SHT_OPN

MOT_CLK

STRB_CC
PWR_SW

STRB_SY
CCD_15V

CCD_15V

SHT_CLS

MOT_ON
CCD_ON

MOT_CS

IPS_ACT
AU_3.3V

AU_3.3V

U2_1.5V

U2_3.3V

U2_SCK
PW_SW
LED_ST

IPS_CS
D_3.3V

D_3.3V

D_1.5V

D_1.5V

D_1.5V

D_5.2V
D_3.4V

D_3.4V

RESET
LED_G

U2_SO
LED_R

BAT_V
D3.3V

U2_SI

VBUS
Z_HP

F_HP
GND

GND

GND

GND
GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND
N.C.
EV3

D+

D-
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

B to B CN RSW FFC KSW FFC


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
MSW

S1
S2

EV3
GND
GND

GND
PW_SW
PLAY
LED_G

MOT_EXT_I

U2_SI
STRB_SY
U2_SO
LED_ST

Z_HP

F_HP
LED_R

STRB_CC
U2_SCK
D+

VBUS
D_3.3V

CCD_15V

MOT_CS

MOT_MOB_Z

MOT_MOB_F
EV3
MOT_MOB_I
IPS_CS

IPS_ACT

MOT_EXT_Z
RESET
MOT_EXT_F
GND
D_3.3V
GND
D3.3V
CAM_3.3V
AU_3.3V
CAM_3.3V
AU_3.3V
CCD_15V
GND

GND
GND
D_1.5V
GND
D_1.5V

D_1.5V

D_5.2V
D_3.4V

SHT_CLS
GND
D3.4V
GND
CCD_ - 7.5V

CCD_ - 7.5V

MOT_RESET

GND

GND
CCD_ON

SHT_OPN

MOT_CLK

GND

GND

U2_1.5V

U2_3.3V

N.C.
GND

GND

GND

GND
NC(3.3V_ON)

MOT_ON
PW_SW

PWR_SW

LDE_G
LED_R
GND

D_3.3V

AD_2.5V
MODE_DIAL
GND
GND
GND

GND
TELE/WIDE/F_MODE

R/L/D/U
OK/BCAK/DISP/E_L
BAT_V

D-

DRIVE/+-
PWB
GND 8 1 GND

08FLT-SM1-TB
08FLZ_RSM1

PSW_FFC
8FLZ_SM1-TB(NN) AD 2.5V 7 2 AD 2.5V
9842B-70Y930 FH12_14S_0.5S
GND 6 3 GND
20 ZOOM3( B)
19 ZOOM1( A) DCST PWB KSW
DRIVE/+- 5
MODE_DIAL 4
4
5
DRIVE/+-
MODE_DIAL
18
17
ZOOM4(/B)
ZOOM2(/A) RSW PWB GND 3 6 GND
LENS UNIT

GND 2 7 GND
PWB
FH12_20S_0.5SH

16 FOCUS3(B) GND 1 8 GND


15 FOCUS1(A)
MOTOR BLK
MOTOR FPC

14 FOCUS4(/B)
13 FOCUS2(/A)

S04B_PAS_2
12 IRED(FOCUS
STRB BLK

STRB UNIT
11 SENS(FOCU
10 VCC(FOCUS) XE+ 1
9 IG2(/A) TRIGGER 2
8 IG3( B) BATT DC CN XE- 3
HEC3654_012010

7 IG1( A) TRIGGER C 4
6 IG4(/B)
USB_CN
CPG4702-0101

5 SH DRV -
51387_0528
UNREG_GN

4 SH DRV +
3 SENS(ZOOM)
UNREG
FRAME
FRAME
FRAME
FRAME
V_BUS

V_BUS

2 VCC (ZOOM)
GND

1 IRED(ZOOM)
D+

D+
D-

D-
ID

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 2 3 1 2

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3-6. Circuit Diagrams
3-6-1. CAM BLOCK

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3-6-2. DCDC BLOCK

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3-6-3. KSW BLOCK

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3-6-4. LCD EVF BLOCK

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3-6-5. MOTOR BLOCK

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3-6-6. PROCESS BLOCK

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3-6-7. CCD FPC BLOCK

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3-6-8. IPS STROBE BLOCK

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3-6-9. MSW BLOCK

3-6-10. RSW BLOCK

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3-7. Mounted Parts Diagrams


3-7-1. DCST PWB ASSY

<SIDE A>

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<SIDE B>

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3-7-2. MAIN PWB ASSY

<SIDE A>

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<SIDE B>

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3-7-3. KSW FPC ASSY

<SIDE A>

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<SIDE B>

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3-7-4. MSW FPC ASSY

<SIDE A>

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<SIDE B>

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3-7-5. RSW FPC ASSY

<SIDE A> <SIDE B>

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3-7-6. CCD FPC ASSY

<SIDE A> <SIDE B>

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4. Adjustment
4-1. Important point Adjustment when Replacing Major Parts
When replacing the MAIN PWB or LENS CONST or DCST PWB or STROBE or AF FRAME ASSY, adjust the items marked
with an { in the table below. (Other part replacements need not be adjusted. )
Replacing parts AF FRAME
Adjustment item MAIN PWB LENS CONST DCST PWB STROBE ASSY
0 Flash memory reset * {
1 AF Assist light adjustment {
2 CAMERA adjustment { {
3 CCD Defect adjustment { {
4 AF adjustment { {
5 Battery adjustment { { {
6 Flash adjustment { { { {
7 Video adjustment { {
8 Firmware download Do not use it until there is an instruction.
9 End setting (Do the end setting when you end the adjustment software when you set the camera to the Jig mode. )
* Before making any other adjustments, always reset the flash memory (EVR).

4-2. Measuring Instruments Used


Measuring equipment Remarks
Regulated power supply For adjustment
Pattern box PTB450
Digital voltmeter For Battery adjustment
PC Used for various adjustments and operation checks(PC-AT compatible, Win 98 / Me / 2000 / XP)
Brightness meter LS-110 (Minolta) or equivalent
Color temperature meter Color Meter IIIF (Minolta) or equivalent
Flash meter Used for function checks

4-3. Use Jig list


Pats.No Name Use Remarks
ZJ00006-100 Filter LB140 CAMERA adjustment Common with the DS-30/DS-20/DS-7
ZJ00477-100 AF chart AF adjustment Common with the FX-6800Z
ZJ00681-100 Line chart AF-Assist Light adjustment *1 Common with the FinePix S5000
ZJ00734-100 Conversion lens (f= 1560.69mm) AF adjustment Common with the FinePix S5000
ZJ00735-100 Conversion lens (f= 865.12mm) AF adjustment Common with the FinePix S5000
ZJ00736-100 Lens holder (70mm) AF adjustment Common with the FinePix S5000
ZJ00008-100 Lens holder AF adjustment Common with the 8mm VTR/MX600
ZJ00009-100 Stand AF adjustment Common with the 8mm VTR/MX600
ZJ00254-100 Gray Chart (Reflective type) Flash adjustmen Common with the MX700/MX500
FZ05266-100 USB cable General adjustment This is bundled to the product
FZ05262-100 VIDEO cable Video adjustment This is bundled to the product
ZJ00840-100 FXS5100/5500 W PC Soft Ver.1.00 PC adjustment Win98 / Me / 2000 / XP English OS *1
ZJ00684-100 DSC JIG Driver Install.exe For PC setup Common with the FinePixF610 *1
ZJ00580-100 Power Cable Jig BATT adjustment New Jig
ZJ00611-100 X-Y stage for AF adjustment AF adjustment Common with the FinePixM603
ZJ00653-100 LB140 filter holder kit for X-Y stage General adjustment Common with the FinePixF610
ZJ00650-100 VIDEO adjustment jig Video adjustment Common with the FinePixA310
ZJ00553-100 AF solid chart General adjustment Common with the FinePixS2Pro
FZ03983-100 AC Cable (For EG) Use with VIDEO adjustment jig Common with the FinePixA310 *2
FZ03982-100 AC Cable (For EU) Use with VIDEO adjustment jig Common with the FinePixA310 *2
FZ00330-200 AC Cable (For US/JP) Use with VIDEO adjustment jig Common with the FinePixA310 *2
ZJ00581-100 Discharger Discharge for FLASH UNIT
ZJ00525-100 MACRO CHART Resolution inspection Common with the FinePix A201

*1 : Data available from WEB site.


*2 : Select one the power cable suitable for each country.

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4-4. Calibration method of pattern box
< Use the pattern box for CAMERA adjustment >
Turn on the power supply in the pattern box.
Afterwards, wait for about ten minutes so that the source of
Pattern BOX
light may stabilize. (All white)

(1) Brightness:
160±5cd/m2 (with LB140 filter)
No chart, center of pattern box
Minolta brightness meter LS-110 or equivalent LB140
* Calibration method
Place the filter (LB140) against the pattern box. With the
filter (LB140) in contact with the brightness meter, adjust
<Fig. 4-4-1> Calibration method of pattern box
the pattern box brightness to 160±5cd/m2.

(2) Color temperature:aa


6100±50 K (with LB140 filter)
No chart, center of pattern box
Minolta color meter IIIF or equivalent
* Calibration method
Place the filter (LB140) against the pattern box. With the
filter (LB140) in contact with the color temperature meter,
adjust the pattern box color temperature to 6100 ± 50 K.

4-5. Adjusting soft installation


4-5-1. Various downloading software decompressions, preservation methods, and notes
The PC adjustment software are in a specified Web server,
and both of these are the compression of ZIP form files.
Therefore, after downloading these compression files from
the Web server, the decompression of the file is necessary.
In the decompression software, if the decompression of the
ZIP form can be done, any software is OK.
(Please prepare each one for the decompression software.)
The decompression and the preservation method of the PC
adjustment software and the firmware are described
FXS5100/5500 W PC Soft Ver.1.00 ZJ00840-100.zip
to the following.
* The PC adjustment soft decompression and preservation
method

<Step1>
Download compressed PC adjustment software (ZJ00840-
100.ZIP) from Web server (http://fujifilm-di.intranets.com/)
<Fig. 4-5-1>. <Fig. 4-5-1> Fujifilm-di.intranets Screen

<Step2>
Defrost the downloaded compression software.
My Computer
(Note) 3.5inch FD(A:)
* Specify the preservation drive for C drive if it is
decompression software which can specify the preservation (C:)
drive.
ZJ00840-100
* Similarly, defrost without making a new folder if it is
decompression software which can be defrosted without
FinePixS5100_5500_W
making a new folder.
* Defrost simply if the decompression software which you have
cannot specify the drive specification and the folder making. <Fig. 4-5-2>

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<Step3>
The folder named ZJ00840-100 can be made by defrosting My Computer
without specifying anything <Fig. 4-5-2>.
3.5inch FD(A:)
Then, copy the folder named FinePixS5100_5500_W in this
folder in C drive <Fig. 4-5-3>. (C:)
The folder of ZJ00840-100 becomes unnecessary at the
end, and delete this folder.
ZJ00840-100
FinePixS5100_5500_W
<Fig. 4-5-3>

(Caution)[Important]
(a) PC adjustment software can not start when there is folder of
FinePixS5100_5500_W in folder named ZJ00840-100 (Fig. 4-5-3).
Please preserve the folder of FinePixS5100_5500_W right under C drive (Fig. 4-5-3).
(b) Please do not change the foldername named FinePixS5100_5500.
PC adjustment software can not start when foldername is changed.

4-5-2. Installation of DSC jig driver


* Since this camera uses the USB for communications with
the personal computer, in order to start the PC adjustment
software, [the DSC jig driver] needs to be installed in the
personal computer beforehand.
* The DSC jig driver is the same as that for the FinePix
S7000, so if this jig driver software is already installed in the
personal computer, it is not necessary to install it.
The procedure is given below.

<Step 1>
DSC jig driver (ZJ00684-100.ZIP) is downloaded from Web
server (http://fujifilm-di.intranets.com/).

<Step 2>
Defrost the downloaded compression software
<Fig. 4-5-4>
<Step 3>
Double-click setup.exe in the folder of defrosted ZJ00684- (1)
100 and install Fuji FILM DSC Jig Driver as follows.

<Step 4>
Install the software in [C:\ProgramFiles\Fjig]
according to the instructions on the PC's screen.

4-5-3. Adjusting soft initiation method


When the folder has been copied to the C drive, double-click
on the file C:\FinePixS5100_5500_W\ffw.exe (Fig.4-5-5) to
start the adjustment software.

<Fig. 4-5-5>

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4-6. Initial Settings of the Adjustment Software
* The initial settings are already written in the "FFW.ini" file,
therefore perform the following procedure to the letter.
Note that, if you change file names, the software will not
start up.

* The initial settings of steps 3 to 6 are already set in the


"FFW.ini" file. Therefore, you need only to check them.

* Do not rewrite the user program (FXS5100_5500_W_0.ff).


If the program is rewritten, the adjustment software will not
startup.

<Step 1>
Double-click on the "FFW.exe" execute file of the adjustment
software to open the "FFW Startup" screen (Fig. 4-6-1). FinePix S5100/5500_W Adjustment Software Start-up Screen

Select [Start] from [Operate] on the FFW Toolbar

—> The adjustment software starts

<Fig. 4-6-1>

<Step 2> (1) (2)


Click on "Settings" ([1] in Fig. 4-6-2) in the menubar of the
startup window.
FXS5100_5500_W_0.ff
Then, select "Mode setting" ([2] in Fig. 4-6-2) from the pull-
down menu that appears.

FinePix S5100/5500_W Adjustment Software Start-up Screen

Select [Start] from [Operate] on the FFW Toolbar

—> The adjustment software starts

<Fig. 4-6-2>

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<Step 3> (2) (1)


Select the "EVR & Comm" tab ([1] in Fig. 4-6-3) in the
"Customize" dialog box that appears.
Set the "EVR" items ([2] in Fig. 8) as follows.

Item Details
etc (-V2) Check
LANC page Check

<Fig. 4-6-3>

(2)

<Step 4>
Select the "Etc" tab ([1] in Fig. 4-6-4) in the "Customize"
dialog box that appears. Set the "Other" items ([2] in Fig. 4-6-
4) as follows.

Item Details
# of auto measure 0
Change mode Do not check
Use Japanese font Do not check
Don’t show OK NG Check or Do not check

<Fig. 4-6-4>

<Step 5> (1) (2)


Select the "Hardware" tab ([1] in Fig. 4-6-5) in the
"Customize" dialog box that appears.
Input the values for PI and P Board ([2] in Fig. 4-6-5).

PIO 0 10 12 14 16
PIO 1 11 13 15 17

Set the "Hardware" items ([3] in Fig. 4-6-5) as follows.

Item Details
Debug Mode Select [Default]

<Step 6>
Once the above settings have been made, click on "Apply" (3) (4)
([4] in Fig. 4-6-5) in the "Customize" dialog box to complete <Fig. 4-6-5>
setup.
This applies the setup, therefore setting is unnecessary from
the next time forward.

[Note]
If [Disable OKNG display] on the PC screen (Fig. 4-6-4) is
set to OFF, the PC screen displays [OK] if adjustment is
OK,and [NG] if adjustment is NG(either setting is OK).

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Cautions When Adjusting
*1) FinePix S5100/S5500 cannot adjust the EVR data
reading and writing.(Details are right tables.) Menu Command Details
Operation Start Program start
*2) End Setting returns the camera from the Jig mode to Stop Program stop
the Product Mode. Temporary stop Temporary program stop
End Setting is required when using the PC Step 0 Do not use
adjustment software, even when replacing boards or End Terminate program
units other than those noted above. Failure to run Program Reload Program (*.ff) reload
End Setting will prevent identification as Mass Select Program (*.ff) select
Storage. Edit Program (*.ff) edit
When the camera is connected to the PC, and Data ad[ ] Do not use
prevent communication with the PC. rd[ ] Do not use
SW Do not use
*3) When all adjustment have been completed, always fsw Do not use
check that the camera is identified as Mass Storage. EVR Do not use *1)
Mode File record Do not use
NGSTOP Program stopped if
adjustment is NG
STEP Do not use
LINE Do not use
AUTO Do not use
Setting OKNG clear Do not use
Mode set Sets up mode
Automaticadjustment Execution setting for Auto
Adjust in user program
Help Help Basic software help
FF help User program help
Focus Not used with this
adjustment software
Version Version information for
basic software
<Table> FFW.exe Commands

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4-7. Starting the Adjustment Software


<Step 1>
Double-click on [FFW.EXE] (Fig. 4-5-3) in the folder copied to the C drive (see ‘4-5-1. Various downloading software
decompressions, preservation methods and notes’) to display the adjustment software start-up screen.

<Step 2>
Run the adjustment in accordance with the instructions on the screen.

FinePix S5100/5500_W Adjustment Software Start-up Screen

Select [Start] from [Operate] on the FFW Toolbar

—> The adjustment software starts

<Fig. 4-7-1>

—> The [Cautions When Using the Adjustment Software] screen appears.

<Step 3>

Cautions When Using the FinePix S5100/5500 Adjustment Software


1. Adjust as follows after replacing parts.
[F1]Battery [F4]CCD Defect Correction [F5]Camera [F6]AF [F7]Flash
[F8]Firmware Download [F9]AF-Assist [F11]Video [F12]End Setting
|––– ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– |
| Replaced Parts Adjustment Procedure |
| AF FRAME : [F9]->[F12] |
| LENS CONST : [F5]->[F4]->[F6]->[F1]->[F7]->[F12] |
| MAIN PWB : [F5]->[F4]->[F6]->[F1]->[F7]->[F11]->[F12] |
| DCST PWB : [F1]->[F7]->[F11]->[F12] |
| STROBE : [F7]->[F12] |
| |
|––– ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– |
2. When the MAIN PWB ASSY has been replaced, always reset
the flash memory before making any other adjustments.
3. Always run End Setting after using this adjustment software.
4. Proceed with adjustment after reading the cautions here,
and the relevant cautions noted in the Service Manual.
Press the [Enter] key to proceed to the Jig Mode Setup screen.
<Fig. 4-7-2>

—> The [Jig Mode Setup] screen appears.

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<Step 4>

FinePix S5100/5500 Jig Mode Setup Procedure


1). Open the battery cover.
2). Connect the Power Cable Jig with the camera.
3). Adjust the output current of the power supply to 3.0A or less.
4). Adjust the output voltage of the power supply
to 5.0+-0.02V.
5). Connect the USB cable with the camera and PC.
6). Switch-ON the camera power while pressing the shutter button.
7). Check that the LED at the under the viewfinder
is lights in green.

Press the [Enter] key after completing the procedure of (1)-(7).

<Fig. 4-7-3>

—> The [Firmware version check] screen appears.

<Step 5>

FirmWare = 1.28
Vendor Name =FUJIFILM
Manufacturer =FUJIFILM
ProductName =FinePix
Device Type =CAMERA
SerialNo =Y-750^^^^^040707C0PX0000000001
Frame Work =1.00

Please download a new version if it is necessary


to download the firmware.
Advance to the adjustment item selection screen
when press the [Enter] Key of PC.

<Fig. 4-7-4>

—> The [Adjustment Items Select] screen appears.

<Note>
(1) [F1] Battery Adjustment cannot be run unless the Power Cable Jig is used to supply power to the camera.
(2) When new MAIN PWB ASSY is replaced, MAIN PWB ASSY is automatically initialized. At that time, wait for one-two
minutes, and advance the adjustment according to the instruction of the adjustment software.

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<Step 6>

FinePix S5100/5500_W adjustment item select screen


0. [ R ] : Flash memory reset
*Only use for when the MAIN PWB has been replaced.

1. [ F 9 ] : AF-Assist Light Adjustment


2. [ F 5 ] : Camera Adjustment
3. [ F 4 ] : CCD Defect Correction
4. [ F 6 ] : AF Adjustment
5. [ F 1 ] : Battery Voltage Adjustment
6. [ F 7 ] : Flash Adjustment
7. [ F11 ] : VIDEO Adjustment
8. [ F12 ] : End Setting

[ F 8 ] : Firmware Download
[Execute this item only when
need to change the firmware.]
[ X ] : Restart
FXS5100/5500 ADJ Software Ver.1.00
<Fig. 4-7-5>

<Note>
(1) ‘FXS5100/5500 W PC Soft Ver.1.00’ at the bottom-right of the screen indicates the version number of the adjustment
software.
(2) After running firmware download, other adjustments may be required depending on the content of the download software.
In such cases, the items to be adjusted, and the sequence of adjustment, will be indicated separately.
(3) After starting the adjustment software and beginning communication with the camera, always run End Setting following
adjustment and before returning the camera to the customer. If the End Setting is not run, the PC will not recognize the
camera when the two are connected.
Reason: As the camera will remain in the Jig mode (repair mode), it will not be recognized with the normal camera drivers.
(4) When the adjustment is interrupted after the [X]:Restart key is pushed, it remains about the Jig mode.

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4-8. [R] : Flash Memory Reset
<Note>
Only reset the flash memory when the MAIN PWB ASSY has been replaced.
When the MAIN PWB ASSY has been replaced, always reset the flash memory before making any other adjustments.
If the flash memory is reset when the MAIN PWB ASSY has not been replaced, all the adjusted data reverts to the default
settings.
In this event, adjust all the settings.
(Excludes firmware downloading.)
After the MAIN PWB ASSY has been replaced, proceeding with other adjustments without first resetting the flash memory
will prevent the successful completion of the adjustments.
(In some cases the camera may be completely disabled.)
If this occurs, set the camera to jig mode again and then reset the flash memory.

<Step 1>
In the adjustment item selection screen, select [R]: Reset flash memory.
-->The flash memory reset confirmation screen appears.

Flash memory reset (EVR)


< Attention >
When the MAIN PWB ASSY has been replaced, always reset
the flash memory before making any other adjustments.
Only reset the flash memory when the MAIN PWB ASSY
has been replaced. If the flash memory is reset when the
MAIN PWB ASSY has not been replaced, all the adjusted data
reverts to the default settings. In this event, adjust all the
settings. (Excludes firmware downloading.)
Enter [RESET] from the PC keyboard.

<Fig. 4-8-1>

-->The [Reconfirm flash memory reset] screen then appears.

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<Step 2>

Flash memory reset (EVR)


< Attention >
When the MAIN PWB ASSY has been replaced, always reset
the flash memory before making any other adjustments.
Only reset the flash memory when the MAIN PWB ASSY
has been replaced. If the flash memory is reset when the
MAIN PWB ASSY has not been replaced, all the adjusted data
reverts to the default settings. In this event, adjust all the
settings. (Excludes firmware downloading.)
Enter [RESET] from the PC keyboard.

RESET
Input is completed.
Press the "Enter" key to reset the flash memory.

<Fig. 4-8-2>

-->Once the flash memory reset has been completed successfully, the [End flash memory reset] screen appears.

<Step 3>

Flash Memory Reset is completed

(1) Remove the DC jack cable from the camera.


(2) Press the [Enter] key.

<Fig. 4-8-3>

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4-9. [F9] : AF-Assist Light Adjustment
AF-Assist light Adjustment is required when the AF FRAME ASSY is removed.

Preparation for AF-Assist Light adjustment


(1) Output the image to TV with a camera that works normally.
(2) Apply the sign according to the mark of the center of the AF target [+].
(3) Remove Cabinet R, and tighten one screw.

Line chart Lighting image

Fluorescent light stand

Center

1mm
Camera

TV Center
932mm±2mm

Setup for AF-Assist Light adjustment Monitor TV Picture

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<Step 1>
Select [F9] from the [Adjustment Items Select Screen (Fig. 4-7-5)]. (press [F9] on the PC keyboard)
---> The [AF-Assist light adjustment Preparation Screen (Fig. 4-9-1)] appears.

AF-Assist Light Adjustment


(1) Prepare it in the state that the power enters
with cabinet R removed.
(2) Set the Line chart.
(3) Set the camera on a X-Y stage or tripod.
(4) Ensure that the luminance of the surface of
the Line chart is between 9.0EV and 12.0EV.

When preparations (1) - (4) are complete,


press the [Enter] key.
--> The lens is extended when the [Enter] key is pressed.

<Fig. 4-9-1>

<Step 2>
When preparations are complete, press the Enter key.
---> The [AF-Assist light adjustment Preparation Screen (Fig.4-9-2)] appears.

<Caution>
When adjusting the camera, measure distance from the front face of the camera lens.

<Step 3>
When preparations are complete, press the Enter key.

AF-Assist Light Adjustment

(1) Place the Line chart at a distance of 932+-2mm from the


front face of the lens.

Line chart

932 +-2mm
<--------------------------------------Center-------------------------------------->

CAMERA < Setup for AF-Assist Light Adjustment >

<Fig. 4-9-2>

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---> The [AF-Assist light adjustment Screen (Fig. 4-9-3)] appears.

AF-Assist Light Adjustment


(1) Darken the lighting of the chart.
(2) Adjust the position of the camera so that the center of
the Line chart is displayed in the center of TV.
(3) Adjust the adjustment screw in the camera so that the
irradiation standard of the AF-Assist Light may enter
in a specified area.

When adjustment is complete,


press the [Enter] key on the PC.

<Fig. 4-9-3>

Adjust the adjustment screw in the camera so that the irradiation standard of the AF-assist light may enter in a
specified area.

<Step 4>
When preparations are complete, press the Enter key.
---> The [AF-Assist light adjustment complete Screen (Fig. 4-9-4)] appears.

AF-Assist Light Adjustment completed.

Press the [Enter] key to return to the


Adjustment Items Select screen.

<Fig. 4-9-4>

<Step 5>
Press the Enter key while in the [AF-Assist light adjustment Complete Screen (Fig. 4-9-4)].
---> The system returns to the [Adjustment Items Select Screen (Fig. 4-7-5)].

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4-10. [F5] : CAMERA Adjustment


(shutter adjustment, adjustment for reduced aperture sensitivity, ISO sensitivity adjustment, white balance
adjustment, AE adjustment, offset level adjustment)

<Setup for Camera Adjustment>

Maximum 60mm

Maximum 5mm
Maximum50mm
Camera

Centerline
Pattern box

Filter (LB140)

<Step 1>
Select [F5] CAMERA Adjustment on the [Adjustment Items Select] screen.
—> The [CAMERA Adjustment Preparation] screen appears.

<Step 2>
Run the adjustment in accordance with the instructions on the screen.

CAMERA Adjustment
< CAMERA Adjustment Preparations >

(1) Prepare the LB140 filter.


(2) Adjust the color temperature of the pattern box (PTB450)
to 6100+-50K.
(3) Adjust the luminance of the pattern box (PTB450)
(4) Fix the camera on a tripod and set it in front of the
pattern box.

When preparations (1)-(4) are complete,


press the [Enter] key on the PC.
--> The lens is extended when the [Enter] key is pressed.

<Fig. 4-10-1>

<Note>
An error will occur during CAMERA adjustment, and adjustment cannot be completed, unless the pattern box is calibrated
correctly.

—> The [Shutter Adjustment] screen appears.

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<Step 3>

Shutter adjustment
(1) Set the distance between the camera and pattern box.
(2) The LB140 filter is not placed in front of the lens.

When preparations are complete, press the [Enter] key.


LB140 filter

------------------------------
| | |
| 5mm or | 50mm or less. |
| less. | |
<--Center--> | <------ Center ------> Pattern box |
(PTB450) |
CAMERA |
| |
------------------------------

< Setup for CAMERA Adjustment >


<Fig. 4-10-2>

—> The [Squeezing sensitivity decrease rate adjustment] screen appears.

<Step 4>

Squeezing sensitivity decrease rate adjustment


(1) Set the distance between the camera and pattern box.
(2) Place the LB140 filter in front of the lens.

When preparations are complete, press the [Enter] key.


LB140 filter

| ------------------------------
| | | |
| 5mm or | 50mm or less. |
| less. | |
<--Center--> | <------ Center ------> Pattern box |
(PTB450) |
CAMERA |
| |
------------------------------

< Setup for CAMERA Adjustment >


<Fig. 4-10-3>

—> The [WB adjustment without filter] screen appears.

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<Step 5>

WB adjustment without filter


(1) Set the distance between the camera and pattern box.
(2) Remove the LB140 filter from front of the lens.

When preparations are complete, press the [Enter] key.


LB140 filter

------------------------------
| <------------> <---------------------> | |
| 5mm or | 50mm or less. |
| less. | |
<--Center--> | <------ Center ------> Pattern box |
(PTB450) |
CAMERA |
| |
------------------------------

< Setup for CAMERA Adjustment >


<Fig. 4-10-4>

—> Write the adjustment data to the flash ROM when adjustment has been completed correctly.
—> The [CAMERA Adjustment Complete] screen appears.

<Step 6>

Camera adjustment is completed.


Press the [Enter] key to return
to the Adjustment Item Selection Screen.

<Fig. 4-10-5>

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4-11. [F4] : CCD Defect Correction
< Setup for CCD defect correction Adjustment>

Maximum 30mm

Camera Centerline
Pattern box

<Step 1>
Select [F4] CCD Defect Correction on the [Adjustment Items Select] screen.
—> The [CCD Defect Correction Preparation] screen appears.

<Step 2>
Run the adjustment in accordance with the instructions on the screen.

CCD Defect collection


< CCD Defect Correction Preparations >

(1) Adjust the color temperature of the pattern box


(PTB450) to 6100+-50K.
(2) Adjust the luminance of the pattern box
(PTB450) to 160+-5cd/m2.
(3) Fix the camera on a tripod and set it in front
of the pattern box.

When preparations (1) - (3) are complete,


press the [Enter] key on the PC.

--> The lens is extended when press the [Enter] key.

<Fig. 4-11-1>

—> The [CCD Defect Correction Adjustment Start] screen appears.

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<Step 3>
—> Write the adjustment data to the flash ROM when adjustment has been completed correctly.

CCD Defect Correction


Adjust the distance between the camera and pattern box.

When preparations are complete, press the [Enter] key.

------------------------------
| <--------------------> | |
| 30mm or less |
| |
Pattern box |
(PTB450) |
CAMERA |
| |
------------------------------
< Setup for CCD Defect Correction Adjustment >

<Fig. 4-11-2>

—> The [CCD Defect Data Input Complete] screen appears.

<Step 4>

CCD Defect Correction is completed.


Press the [Enter] key to return
to the Adjustment Item Selection Screen.

<Fig. 4-11-3>

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4-12. [F6] : AF Adjustment
<Backlash adjustment/zoom reset adjustment/AF adjustment>
Run the adjustment in accordance with the instructions on the screen.

<Caution>
(1) When adjusting the camera, measure distance from the front face of the camera lens.
(2) After replacing the LENS CONST or MAIN PWB ASSY, always run AF adjustment after camera adjustment.
(3) Do not conect VIDEO cable while adjusting AF.

AF chart
Lens Holder
Attention when conversion lens is used.
Convex side : Subject side.
Fluorescent light stand
Plane : Camera lens side.

Center

Lens Stand
Conversion lens
Camera
900mm±2mm

Lens Base Plate


A
Conversion lens Distance A
1560.69mm 25.16mm
865.12mm 30.64mm

<Step 1>
Select [F6] AF Adjustment on the [Adjustment Items] screen.

AF Adjustment
< AF Adjustment Preparations >

(1) Prepare a 1560mm and 865mm conversion lens.


(2) Prepare a AF chart.
(3) Mount the camera on a tripod.

When preparations (1) - (3) are complete,


press the [Enter] key on the PC.

--> The lens is extended when the [Enter] key is pressed.

<Fig. 4-12-1>

--> The [AF Adjustment Preparation] screen appears.

<Step 2>
When preparations are complete, press the Enter key.
--> The [AF Adjustment Start] screen appears.

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<Step 3>
When preparations are complete, press the Enter key.

AF Adjustment
(1) Place the AF chart at a distance of 900+-5mm from the
front face of the zoom lens.
(2) Place the 865.12mm conversion lens at a distance
of 30.64+-1mm from the front face of the lens.
(3) Adjust the position of the camera so that the center of
the AF chart is displayed in the camera LCD.

When preparations (1) - (3) are complete,


press the [Enter] key on the PC.

AF chart
30.64 +-1mm
|<-> 900 +-2mm
<---------------------------------------Center--------------------------------------->
---Conversion lens
CAMERA |
< Setup for AF Adjustment >
<Fig. 4-12-2>

--> The [AF 2000mm Adjustment] screen appears.

<Step 4>
When preparations are complete, press the Enter key.

AF-2000mm Adjustment
(1) Place the AF chart at a distance of 900+-5mm from the
front face of the zoom lens.
(2) Place the 1560.68mm conversion lens at a distance
of 25.16+-1mm from the front face of the lens.
(3) Adjust the position of the camera so that the center of
the AF chart is displayed in the camera LCD.

When preparations (1) - (3) are complete,


press the [Enter] key on the PC.

AF chart
25.16 +-1mm
|<-> 900 +-2mm
<---------------------------------------Center--------------------------------------->
---Conversion lens
CAMERA |
< Setup for AF Adjustment >
<Fig. 4-12-3>

--> The [AF 900mm Adjustment Start] screen appears.

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<Step 5>
When preparations are complete, press the Enter key.

AF-900mm Adjustment

(1) Remove the conversion lens.

(2) Adjust the position of the camera so that the center of


the AF chart is displayed in the camera LCD.

When preparations (1) - (2) are complete,


press the [Enter] key.
AF chart

900 +-2mm
<--------------------------------------Center-------------------------------------->

CAMERA | < Setup for AF Adjustment >

<Fig. 4-12-4>

--> Adjustment proceeds to backlash adjustment, zoom reset adjustment, and AF adjustment, and the [AF Adjustment
Complete] screen appears.

<Step 6>
Press the Enter key.

The AF adjustment is completed.

Press the [Enter] key to return to the


Adjustment Items Select Screen.

<Fig. 4-12-5>

--> The system returns to the [Adjustment Items Select] screen.


AF adjustment is now complete.

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4-13. [F1] : Battery Voltage Adjustment


<Setup for Flash Adjustment>
(1) When adjusting the battery voltage, supply power (5V) to the camera from the [Power Cable Jig] before setting the jig
mode.
(2) Always measure input voltage in the vicinity of the DC IN terminal.
(3) When reducing the voltage, adjust the requrated power supply to ensure that the voltage is not reduced excessively from
the measured point. The adjustment software may produce an error if communication between the adjustment software
and the camera is disrupted. Restart the adjustment software in this case.

FinePix S5100/S5500

USB cable


+

Power Cable Jig

<Step 1>
Select [F1] Battery Voltage Adjustment on the [Adjustment Items Select] screen.
—> The [Battery Voltage Adjustment Preparation] screen appears.

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<Step 2>
Run the adjustment in accordance with the instructions on the screen.

Battery Voltage Adjustment


<Preparations>

1. Check that the Power Cable Jig and the camera are connected.
*If not, return to the Jig Mode Setup screen,
and connect the Power Cable Jig and the camera.
2. Supply power (5.0V) to the camera from the
[Power Cable Jig].

When preparations are complete, press the [Enter] key on the PC.
---> Lens is extended when the [Enter] key is pressed.

<Fig. 4-13-1>

—> The [4.34V Input] screen appears.

<Step 3>

Battery Voltage Adjustment


(1) Supply 4.34V (+0.02V/-0.00V).
When preparations are complete, press the [Enter] key.

<Fig. 4-13-2>

—> The [3.94V Input] screen appears.

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<Step 4>

Battery Voltage Adjustment


(1) Supply 4.34V (+0.02V/-0.00V).
When preparations are complete, press the [Enter] key.
Result= 6A
(2) Supply 3.94V (+0.02V/-0.00V).
When preparations are complete, press the [Enter] key.

<Fig. 4-13-3>

—> The [5.00V Input] screen appears.

<Step 5>

Battery Voltage Adjustment


(1) Supply 4.34V (+0.02V/-0.00V).
When preparations are complete, press the [Enter] key.
Result= 6A
(2) Supply 3.94V (+0.02V/-0.00V).
When preparations are complete, press the [Enter] key.
Result= 63
(3) Supply 5.00V (+-0.05V).
When preparations are complete, press the [Enter] key.

<Fig. 4-13-4>

—> Write the adjustment data to the Flash ROM when adjustment has been completed correctly.
—> The [Battery Voltage Adjustment Complete] screen appears.

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<Step 6>

The BATTERY adjustment is completed.

Press the [Enter] key to return to the


Adjustment Item selection Screen.

<Fig. 4-13-5>

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4-14. [F7] : Flash Adjustment


<Setup for Flash Adjustment>
(1) As flash adjustment is readily affected by external light, ensure that the vicinity of the gray chart is very dark.
(2) Ensure that distance is measured from the front of the camera during flash adjustment.
(3) When adjusting the flash, always ensure that AF adjustment is complete before beginning flash adjustment.

1000±10mm

Centerline
Camera

Gray chart
Setup for Flash Adjustment

<Step 1>
Select [F7] Flash Adjustment on the [Adjustment Items Select] screen.
--> The [Flash Adjustment Preparation] screen appears.

<Step 2>
Run the adjustment in accordance with the instructions on the screen.

Flash Adjustment
< Preparations >

(1) Prepare a gray chart (1000mm x 1000mm or more).


(2) Mount the camera on a tripod.
(3) Put the gray chart from the front side of the flash
on the place of 1000mm+/-10mm.

When preparations (1) - (3) are complete,


press the [Enter] key.
---> Lens is extended when the [Enter] key is pressed.

<Fig. 4-14-1>

--> The [Flash Adjustment Start] screen appears.

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<Step 3>

Flash Adjustment
(1) Adjust brightness so that the periphery of the gray chart
is as dark as possible.
(2) Adjust the camera so that the entire chart is
shown on the LCD monitor.
(3) Press the flash pop-up button.
When preparations (1) and (3) are complete,
press the [Enter] key.
|<-------------------------------------------------------->
| 1000 +-10mm
|

<---------------------Center--------------------->

CAMERA

< Setup for Flash Adjustment >


<Fig. 4-14-2>

--> Write the adjustment data to the flash ROM when adjustment has been completed correctly.
--> The [Flash Adjustment Complete] screen appears.

<Step 4>

Flash adjustment is completed.

Press the [Enter] key to return to the

Adjustment Item Selection Screen.


<Fig. 4-14-3>

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4-15. [F11] : Video Adjustment


<Setup for Video Adjustment>
(1) Set up the PCI-2746C board in the computer as explained in the instructions for the video adjustment jig.
(2) If the waveform of the brightness signal (Y) or color signal (C) does not appear in the “WAVE No. 0” window during
adjustments, check the connections of the video adjustment jig.

AC
100 ~ 240V

PCI-2746C
Board

FinePix S5100/S5500

<Step 1>
Select [F11] Video Adjustment on the [Adjustment Items Select] screen.
—> The [Video Adjustment Preparation] screen appears.

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<Step 2>
Run the adjustment in accordance with the instructions on the screen.

VIDEO Adjustment
< VIDEO Adjustment Preparations >

(1) Connect the camera and video adj. jig with the video cable.
(2) Confirm Video jig is connected with the video cable.

When preparations are complete,


press the [Enter] key.

<Fig. 4-15-1>

—> Write the adjustment data to the Flash ROM when adjustment has been completed correctly.
—> The [VIDEO Adjustment Complete] screen appears.

<Step 3>

Video adjustment was completed.

1. Disconnect Video cable from camera.


2. Close the [WaAVE No.0] window by close button.

Press the [Enter] key to return to the


Adjustment Item selection Screen.
<Fig. 4-15-2>

<Fig. 4-15-3>

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4-16. [F8] : Firmware Download


Attention : When the download of the firmware is needed, FUJI SERVICE BULLETIN is contacted from
FTYO/QA. Till then, disregard this item.

<Setup for Firmware Download>

FinePix S5100/S5500

to USB Connector

to DC JACK

<Step 1>
Select [F8] Firmware Download on the [Adjustment Items Select] screen.
—> The [Firmware Download Start] screen appears.

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<Step 2>
Run the adjustment in accordance with the instructions on the screen.

Firmware Download
LED lights to orange while downloading the firmware.
Do not turn off the power while downloading the firmware.

c:\FinePixS5100_5500_W\Firm_1_28\SU580RSC1_28.bin

Press the ENTER Key to start download.

<Fig. 4-16-1>

—> The [Download Complete] screen appears if download is successful.

<Step 3>

Firmware download is completed

(1) Remove the Power Cable Jig from the camera.


(2) Turn off power switch.
(3) Reconnect Power Cable Jig.
(4) Turn on the power switch while pressing the shutter button.
(5) Press the [Enter] key after green LED lights on.

The system returns to the Jig Mode Setup screen


when press the [Enter] key.

<Fig. 4-16-2>

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4-17. [F12] : End Setting


(Destination setting, USB ID write, Product mode setting)

1. The End setting consist of the following settings.


* Destination setting
* USB ID write
* Product mode setting (mass storage identification)
2. The setting must always be run when the adjustment software is terminated. Failure to run Terminal Setting will prevent
identification as Mass Storage when the camera is connected to the PC.
3. USB ID write details
1) USB ID write requires that the USB device (in this case FinePix S5100/S5500) be unique throughout the world. For this
reason, each device has a unique ID as determined by the USB standard. If multiple devices with the same USB ID are
connected to a single PC, the PC will be unable to identify each USB device, thus preventing operation.

Item Details
Repair Date Date information is acquired from the PC and written.
Administrator ID C(43)
Repair Station U.S. 61(a) SAPPORO 30(0)
Canada 62(b) SENDAI 31(1)
Hawaii 63(c) TOKYO 33(3)
Taiwan 64(d) NAGOYA 34(4)
England 66(f) OSAKA 35(5)
Germany 67(g) HIROSHIMA 37(7)
France 68(h) FUKUOKA 38(8)
Spain 69(i)
Italy 6A(j)
Netherlands 6B(k)
Belgium 6C(l)
Sweden 6D(m)
Switzerland 6E(n)
Norway 6F(o)
Finland 70(p)
Singapore 71(q)
China 74(t)
Ohter 7A(z)
Repair Serial No. A serial No. is assigned automatically and written

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<Step 1>
Select [F12] End Setting on the [Adjustment Items Select] screen.
—> The [End Setting Description] screen appears.

<Step 2>
Run the adjustment in accordance with the instructions on the screen.

End Setting
The End settings consist of the destination setting,
the USB_ID write, and product mode settings
(= Mass Storage recognition).

Press the [Enter] key.

<Fig. 4-17-1>

—> The [Destination Setting] screen appears.

<Step 3>

Destination setting
The destination is selected from an undermentioned list,
according to third character from left side of the serial number.

The third character

<B> FinePix S5100 US/CA-model A to H,J,K


<C> FinePix S5500 EU/EG/GE/AS-model L to N,P to V

<Fig. 4-17-2>

<Note>
This example assumes that <B>US-Model has been selected. The following screen therefore appears.
—> The [US-Model selected] screen appears.

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<Step 4>

Destination setting
The destination is selected from an undermentioned list,
according to third character from left side of the serial number.

The third character

<B> FinePix S5100 US/CA-model A to H,J,K


<C> FinePix S5500 EU/EG/GE/AS-model L to N,P to V

Selected FinePix S5100 US/CA-model.


Press the [Enter] key!

<Fig. 4-17-3>

—> The [USB ID Writing] screen appears.

<Step 5>

Repair site ID input menu


The repair site is selected from an undermentioned list.

<A> SAPPORO SS <M> BRITAIN


<B> SENDAI SS <N> GERMANY
<C> TOKYO SS <O> FRANCE
<D> NAGOYA SS <P> SPAIN
<E> OSAKA SS <Q> ITALY
<F> HIROSHIMA SS <R> NETHERLANDS
<G> FUKUOKA SS <S> BELGIUM
<H> USA <T> SWEDEN
<I> CANADA <U> SWITZERLAND
<J> HAWAII <V> NORWAY
<K> TAIWAN <W> FINLAND
<X> SINGAPORE
<L> CHINA <Z> OTHERS

<Fig. 4-17-4>

<Note>
This example assumes that <H>USA has been selected. The following screen therefore appears.
—> The [USA_ID USA] screen appears.

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<Step 6>

USB ID

Selected USA.

Press the [Enter] key!

<Fig. 4-17-5>

—> The [FinePix S5100/S5500 Adjustment End] screen appears.

<Step 7>

FinePix S5100/5500 Adjustment completed.

1) Remove USB cable from the camera.

2) Press the [Enter] key.

--> The adjustment software returns to the Jig mode setup screen
after press the [Enter] key.

<Fig. 4-17-6>

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5. Inspection
5-1. Required Measuring Equipment
Measuring equipment Remarks
Power supply AC adapter (AC-5V), Regurated power supply
Digital voltmeter For general use
Ammeter For general use (able to measure 1mA or less)
Power Cable Jig Common with adjustment JIG (ZJ00840-100)
xD-Picture card For general use
Macro Chart Resolution confirmation (ZJ00525-100)
TV Monitor NTSC, TV monitor, minimum resolution 600 lines

5-2. Connection of Measuring Equipment


Power Cable Jig.
The output current of the Regurated power supply must not become 2.5A or more.

FinePix S5100/S5500

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5-3. Inspection and Factory Settings
Sequemnce Item Mode Preparations for adjustment Method of adjustment Measuring Measurement points
(measurement points, subject, other) (VRs, waveforms, required values) equipment and jigs (VRs, positions)
1 Check appearance Visual check of camera No dents exterior of camera.
No problem with click action
of switches.
No dust or fogging of LCD
window.
2 Power supply Auto (1) Place BATTERY in camera (1) Applied 4AA batteries or
switch photography equivalent jig may be
used.
LCD_ON (2) Insert xD-Picture card and (2) Recording check card
close cover
(3) Turn on the power SW (3) Power supply LED is green
and beeps
(4) If the date set message (4) Through screen and text
appears, press Back display in LCD.
3 Check LCD Auto (1) Press DISP/BACK button (1) Framing guide is displayed LCD monitor
photography (2) Press DISP/BACK button (2) Framing guide disappears
(3) The LCD display
(3) Press DISP/BACK button disappears
(4) Press DISP/BACK button (4) LCD is displayed
4 Check Movie Auto (1) Apply an appropriate (1) No problem with display on LCD monitor
mode shock noise photography shock to the camera. LCD monitor.
LCD_ON * Do not apply shock directly Restoration possible
to the lens or card cover. despite disruption of sync.
5 Check macro Auto (1) Press Macro button (1) Macro icon appears in MACRO
photography photography LCD monitor CHART
Check focus LCD_ON (2) Match the Black-Edged of
MACRO CHART to a full
angle of view of LCD
(3) Press shutter button to (3) LED beside viewfinder
take photographs changes from green to
orange (recording) to
green
6 Movie recording Movie (1) Select Movie mode (1) Standby display on LCD
check photography (2) Half-press shutter button (2) Movie recording begins.
LCD_ON -> full-press -> full-press Recording displayed on
-> half-press -> release LCD.
(3) Half-press five seconds (3) Movie recording
later -> release completed. Recording on
xD-Picture card
7 Movie play back Playback (1) Select Playback mode LCD monitor
check (2) Press ‘Down’ key to (2) Movie played back on LCD
playback movie monitor
8 Resolution Playback (1) Confirm the resolution of (1) Played back on LCD LCD monitor
confirmation the image recorded by “5” monitor. TV monitor
(2) Connect the TV monitoring (2) Standard (Horizontal
resolution)
NTSC Center area : 350
Circumferential area : 300
PAL Center area : 300
Circumferential area : 250
(3) Thing of four even points
9 BATT cover detect Playback (1) Open card cover to check (1) Switch power OFF
check LCD_ON recording
10 Delete mode Delete (1) Select <Delete all frames> (1) [OK to delete all frames?]
check from the menu, and press displayed
the <OK> button
(2) Press the <OK> button (2) Movie/photography screen
again extinguished

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Sequemnce Item Mode Preparations for adjustment Method of adjustment Measuring Measurement points
(measurement points, subject, other) (VRs, waveforms, required values) equipment and jigs (VRs, positions)
11 Battery low check Movie (1) Connect Power Cable Jig Refer to Battery Adjustment Power
LCD_ON for connection details Cable Jig
(2) Set voltage (2) Set voltage to 5.0 ± 0.5V
(3) Turn on the Power SW (3) Starts normally Regurated
(4) Set to pre-end voltage (4) Set voltage 4.34 ± 0.2V power
(5) Set to end voltage (5) Set voltage to 3.94 ± 0.2V. supply
Lens retracts and main
power switched OFF
12 Current Movie (1) Connect Power Cable Jig Power
consumption photography (2) Set voltage (2) Set voltage to 5.0 ± 0.05V Cable Jig
check LCD_ON (3) Turn on the Power SW (3) Starts normally
(4) Press the <LCD> button to
switch the LCD monitor
ON
(5) After the through screen is (5) Maximum current Ammeter
displayed, check current consumption 450mA
consumption
13 Factory setting Playback * Setting and clearing date
(1) Return all settings to initial (1) Connect the USB cable
values from the PC to the camera
IMAGE DISP: ON (ensure that the PC is
Power saving: 2 MIN switched ON)
FORMAT: OK (2) Open the card cover and
FRAME NO.: CONT. switch power ON
Beep: CENTER (POWER_ON) while
SHUTTER: CENTER pressing the shutter button
Date/Time: Not set (3) Switch power OFF
Time DIFF.: Not set (POWER_OFF)
LCD: ON (4) Check that the date has
USB MODE: Card Reader been cleared
START-IMAGE OFF
LANG.: ENGLISH
VIDEO(US/CA): NTSC
(EU/EG/GE/AS):PAL
CCD-RAW: OFF
Self Timer: OFF
Mode Dial: AUTO
White Balance: AUTO
(2) Inspection battery/
inspection xD-Picture card
not inserted in camera
(3) Battery cover closed
(4) LCD surface free of
contamination
(5) Clean exterior of camera
Factory setting (1) No damage to exterior
when updating when checking (6) of 13
packaging items
(2) Update packaging in
accordance with parts list
display

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6. Parts List
6-1. Packing and Accessories
6-1-1. US-model (FinePix S5100)
A112

A115 A114

A118
A103
A119
A121
A111
A122
A104
A120 A117/ A105
A117B A106

A116

A101

A113
A109

A108 A102
A110

A107

Ref No. Parts No. Description Comment EL Ref No. Parts No. Description Comment EL

A101 FZ05983-200 UNITARY BOX WU S5100 N A116 FZ05352-500 CD-ROM SX4.2G N


A102 FZ05328-100 SHEET MOLD N A117 BB18294-100 DEST.LBL.5800US J FG N
A103 BB13000-100 PARTITION PAD WU S5100 N œ A117B BB18294-A00 DEST.LBL.5800US C FG
A104 BB12943-100 BAR CODE LABEL BLANK N A118 BL00372-100 IMPORTANT SAFETY N
A105 AZF0000-311 HDPE BAG NO.11 N A119 BL00373-100 US WARRANTY N
A120 BL00416-200 MANUAL (ENG) N
A106 FZ04793-100 ALKALINE BATTERY =
A107 FZ04741-100 VIDEO CABLE N A121 BL00417-200 QUICK MANUAL (ENG) N
A108 FZ05365-100 USB CABLE N A122 BL00417-500 QUICK MANUAL (SPA) N
A109 BU02939-100 SHOULDER BELT ASSY N
A110 BU02876-100 LENS CAP ASSY N

A111 BU03097-100 LENS HOOD ASSY N


A112 AZF0000-101 LDPE BAG NO.10 N
A113 BB18002-100 CERTIFICATION SEAL N
A114 BF04146-100 XDCARD 16MB ASSY =
A115 BL00209-100 CASE_XD-CARD for XD CARD N

* Use A117B for the camera that uses M223B.

œ Revised: 25. Nov. 2005

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6-1-2. CA-model (FinePix S5100)

A112

A115 A114

A103
A120
A121
A111
A118
A119 A104
A117/ A105
A117B A106

A116

A101

A113
A109

A108 A102
A110

A107

Ref No. Parts No. Description Comment EL Ref No. Parts No. Description Comment EL

A101 FZ05983-200 UNITARY BOX WU S5100 N A116 FZ05352-500 CD-ROM SX4.2G N


A102 FZ05328-100 SHEET MOLD N A117 BB18294-400 DEST.LBL.5800CA J FG N
A103 BB13000-100 PARTITION PAD WU S5100 N œ A117B BB18294-D00 DEST.LBL.5800CA C FG
A104 BB12943-100 BAR CODE LABEL BLANK N A118 BL00416-200 MANUAL (ENG) N
A105 AZF0000-311 HDPE BAG NO.11 N A119 BL00416-300 MANUAL (FRE) N
A120 BL00417-200 QUICK MANUAL (ENG) N
A106 FZ04793-100 ALKALINE BATTERY =
A107 FZ04741-100 VIDEO CABLE N A121 BL00417-300 QUICK MANUAL (FRE) N
A108 FZ05365-100 USB CABLE N
A109 BU02939-100 SHOULDER BELT ASSY N
A110 BU02876-100 LENS CAP ASSY N

A111 BU03097-100 LENS HOOD ASSY N


A112 AZF0000-101 LDPE BAG NO.10 N
A113 BB18002-100 CERTIFICATION SEAL N
A114 BF04146-100 XDCARD 16MB ASSY =
A115 BL00209-100 CASE_XD-CARD for XD CARD N

* Use A117B for the camera that uses M223B.

œ Revised: 25. Nov. 2005

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6-1-3. EU-model (FinePix S5500)

A112
A115 A114

A121
A103
A122
A123
A124
A111
A118
A119 A104
A120 A117/ A105
A117B A106

A116

A101

A113
A109

A108 A102
A110

A107

Ref No. Parts No. Description Comment EL Ref No. Parts No. Description Comment EL

A101 FZ05990-100 UNITARY BOX WE S5500 N A116 FZ05352-500 CD-ROM SX4.2G N


A102 FZ05328-100 SHEET MOLD N A117 BB18294-200 DEST.LBL.5800EU J FG N
A103 FZ05998-100 PARTITION PAD WE S5500 N œ A117B BB18294-B00 DEST.LBL.5800EU C FG
A104 BB12943-100 BAR CODE LABEL BLANK N A118 BL00416-200 MANUAL (ENG) N
A105 AZF0000-311 HDPE BAG NO.11 N A119 BL00416-300 MANUAL (FRE) N
A120 BL00416-400 MANUAL (GER) N
A106 FZ04793-100 ALKALINE BATTERY =
A107 FZ04741-100 VIDEO CABLE N A121 BL00417-200 QUICK MANUAL (ENG) N
A108 FZ05365-100 USB CABLE N A122 BL00417-300 QUICK MANUAL (FRE) N
A109 BU02939-100 SHOULDER BELT ASSY N A123 BL00417-400 QUICK MANUAL (GER) N
A110 BU02876-100 LENS CAP ASSY N A124 BL00417-500 QUICK MANUAL (SPA) N

A111 BU03097-100 LENS HOOD ASSY N


A112 AZF0000-111 BAG PLASTIC NO.11 N
A113 BB18002-100 CERTIFICATION SEAL N
A114 BF04146-100 XDCARD 16MB ASSY =
A115 BL00209-100 CASE_XD-CARD for XD CARD N

* Use A117B for the camera that uses M223B.

œ Revised: 25. Nov. 2005

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6-1-4. EG-model (FinePix S5500)

A112

A115 A114

A103
A118

A120
A111
A119
A104
A117/ A105
A117B A106

A116

A101

A113
A109

A108 A102
A110

A107

Ref No. Parts No. Description Comment EL

A101 FZ05990-100 UNITARY BOX WE S5500 N


A102 FZ05328-100 SHEET MOLD N
A103 FZ05998-100 PARTITION PAD WE S5500 N
A104 BB12943-100 BAR CODE LABEL BLANK N
A105 AZF0000-311 HDPE BAG NO.11 N

A106 FZ04793-100 ALKALINE BATTERY =


A107 FZ04741-100 VIDEO CABLE N
A108 FZ05365-100 USB CABLE N
A109 BU02939-100 SHOULDER BELT ASSY N
A110 BU02876-100 LENS CAP ASSY N

A111 BU03097-100 LENS HOOD ASSY N


A112 AZF0000-101 LDPE BAG NO.10 N
A113 BB18002-100 CERTIFICATION SEAL N
A114 BF04146-100 XDCARD 16MB ASSY =
A115 BL00209-100 CASE_XD-CARD for XD CARD N

A116 FZ05352-500 CD-ROM SX4.2G N


A117 BB18294-300 DEST.LBL.5800EG J FG N * Use A117B for the camera that uses M223B.
œ A117B BB18294-C00 DEST.LBL.5800EG C FG
A118 BL00176-100 WARRANTY CARD EG N
A119 BL00416-200 MANUAL (ENG) N
A120 BL00417-200 QUICK MANUAL (ENG) N

œ Revised: 25. Nov. 2005

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6-1-5. GE-model (FinePix S5500)

A112

A115 A114

A103

A119
A111
A118
A104
A117/ A105
A117B A106

A116

A101

A113
A109

A108 A102
A110

A107

Ref No. Parts No. Description Comment EL

A101 FZ05990-100 UNITARY BOX WE S5500 N


A102 FZ05328-100 SHEET MOLD N
A103 FZ05998-100 PARTITION PAD WE S5500 N
A104 BB12943-100 BAR CODE LABEL BLANK N
A105 AZF0000-311 HDPE BAG NO.11 N

A106 FZ04793-100 ALKALINE BATTERY =


A107 FZ04741-100 VIDEO CABLE N
A108 FZ05365-100 USB CABLE N
A109 BU02939-100 SHOULDER BELT ASSY N
A110 BU02876-100 LENS CAP ASSY N

A111 BU03097-100 LENS HOOD ASSY N


A112 AZF0000-101 LDPE BAG NO.10 N
A113 BB18002-100 CERTIFICATION SEAL N
A114 BF04146-100 XDCARD 16MB ASSY =
A115 BL00209-100 CASE_XD-CARD for XD CARD N

A116 FZ05352-500 CD-ROM SX4.2G N


A117 BB18294-500 DEST.LBL.5800GE J FG N * Use A117B for the camera that uses M223B.
œ A117B BB18294-E00 DEST.LBL.5800GE C FG
A118 BL00416-400 MANUAL (GER) N
A119 BL00417-400 QUICK MANUAL (GER) N

œ Revised: 25. Nov. 2005

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6-1-6. AS-model (FinePix S5500)

A112

A115 A114

A103

A119
A111
A118
A104
A117/ A105
A117B A106

A116

A101

A113
A109

A108 A102
A110

A107

Ref No. Parts No. Description Comment EL

A101 FZ05990-100 UNITARY BOX WE S5500 N


A102 FZ05328-100 SHEET MOLD N
A103 FZ05998-100 PARTITION PAD WE S5500 N
A104 BB12943-100 BAR CODE LABEL BLANK N
A105 AZF0000-311 HDPE BAG NO.11 N

A106 FZ04793-100 ALKALINE BATTERY =


A107 FZ04741-100 VIDEO CABLE N
A108 FZ05365-100 USB CABLE N
A109 BU02939-100 SHOULDER BELT ASSY N
A110 BU02876-100 LENS CAP ASSY N

A111 BU03097-100 LENS HOOD ASSY N


A112 AZF0000-101 LDPE BAG NO.10 N
A113 BB18002-100 CERTIFICATION SEAL N
A114 BF04146-100 XDCARD 16MB ASSY =
A115 BL00209-100 CASE_XD-CARD for XD CARD N

A116 FZ05352-500 CD-ROM SX4.2G N


A117 BB18294-600 DEST.LBL.5800AS J FG N * Use A117B for the camera that uses M223B.
œ A117B BB18294-F00 DEST.LBL.5800AS C FG
A118 BL00416-200 MANUAL (ENG) N
A119 BL00417-200 QUICK MANUAL (ENG) N

œ Revised: 25. Nov. 2005

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6-1-7. CH-model (FinePix S5500)  Revised: 17. Jan. 2005

A112

A115 A114

A103

A111
A113
A104

A106 A105

A116

A101

A109

A108 A102
A110

A107

Ref No. Parts No. Description Comment EL

A101 FZ05990-300 UNITARY BOX CH S5500 CH-model N


A102 FZ05328-100 SHEET MOLD N
A103 FZ05998-100 PARTITION PAD WE S5500 N
A104 BB06392-100 LABEL PLAIN 2 N
A105 AZF0000-311 HDPE BAG NO.11 N

A106 FZ04793-100 ALKALINE BATTERY =


A107 FZ04741-100 VIDEO CABLE N
A108 FZ05365-100 USB CABLE N
A109 BU02939-100 SHOULDER BELT ASSY N
A110 BU02876-100 LENS CAP ASSY N

A111 BU03097-100 LENS HOOD ASSY N


A112 AZF0000-101 LDPE BAG NO.10 N
A113 BL00416-600 MANUAL (CHI) N
A114 BF04146-100 XDCARD 16MB ASSY =
A115 BL00209-100 CASE_XD-CARD for XD CARD N

A116 FZ05352-500 CD-ROM SX4.2G N

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6-2. Cabi Front block


6-2-1. US/CA-model (FinePix S5100)

M217

B
M216
C
M218
M212
M215 M224

M214
M209 M211
M210
M222
D M221
M219 A
M213
M220
M206 E
F
M225
M226

M202 A
M201
M204

M207 M208
M203

M223/
M223B
M205

Ref No. Parts No. Description Comment EL Ref No. Parts No. Description Comment EL

M201 BU03093-100 CABI FRONT ASSY ABS N M221 BB16367-100 ST-BUTTON N


M202 BB16384-100 CI BADGE N M222 BB16398-100 ST-BUTTON CSP N
M203 BB18101-100 CCD BADGE N M223 BB18103-300 PRODUCT LABEL WU S5100 N
M204 BB16809-100 JACK COVER N œ M223B BB18103-600 PRODUCT LABEL WU(FC) S5100
M205 BB13148-100 BL SCREW N M224 BB16931-100 SCREW M1.7X5.5 N
 M225 BB16356-100 RELEASE BUTTON N
M206 FZ04998-100 MIC ASSY N
M207 FZ04224-100 SPEAKER ASSY N  M226 BB16396-100 RELEASE CSP N
M208 BB16856-100 SP SHEET N
M209 FZ05547-100 AF FRAME ASSY N
M210 BB16693-100 ADJUSTMENT SPRING N

M211 BB16695-100 ADJUSTMENT SCREW N


M212 BU03094-101 STROBE CONST WU S5100 =
M213 FZ05545-100 FSW PWB ASSY N
M214 FZ05436-100 FFC N
M215 BU03148-100 ST PWB ASSY =

M216 FZ05978-100 LIGHT Xe tube N


M217 BB16362-200 ST TOP WU S5100 N * Use A117B for the camera that uses M223B.
M218 BB16365-100 STROBE COVER N
M219 ATG1725-0ND SCREW_BT_2P_M1.7*5.0_N_D N
M220 ATG1724-0NN SCREW_BT_2P_M1.7X4.0_N_N N
œ Revised: 25. Nov. 2005
 Revised: 17. Jan. 2005
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6-2-2. EU/EG/GE/AS-model (FinePix S5500)

M217

B
M216
C
M218
M212
M215 M224

M214
M209 M211
M210
M222
D M221
M219 A
M213
M220
M206 E
F
M225
M226

M202 A
M201
M204

M207 M208
M203

M223/
M223B
M205

Ref No. Parts No. Description Comment EL Ref No. Parts No. Description Comment EL

M201 BU03093-100 CABI FRONT ASSY ABS N M221 BB16367-100 ST-BUTTON N


M202 BB16384-100 CI BADGE N M222 BB16398-100 ST-BUTTON CSP N
M203 BB18101-100 CCD BADGE N M223 BB18103-200 PRODUCT LABEL WE S5500 N
M204 BB16809-100 JACK COVER N œ M223B BB18103-500 PRODUCT LABEL WE(FC) S5500
M205 BB13148-100 BL SCREW N M224 BB16931-100 SCREW M1.7X5.5 N
 M225 BB16356-100 RELEASE BUTTON N
M206 FZ04998-100 MIC ASSY N
M207 FZ04224-100 SPEAKER ASSY N  M226 BB16396-100 RELEASE CSP N
M208 BB16856-100 SP SHEET N
M209 FZ05547-100 AF FRAME ASSY N
M210 BB16693-100 ADJUSTMENT SPRING N

M211 BB16695-100 ADJUSTMENT SCREW N


M212 BU03094-201 STROBE CONST WE S5500 =
M213 FZ05545-100 FSW PWB ASSY N
M214 FZ05436-100 FFC N
M215 BU03148-100 ST PWB ASSY =

M216 FZ05978-100 LIGHT Xe tube N


M217 BB16362-300 ST TOP WE S5500 N * Use A117B for the camera that uses M223B.
M218 BB16365-100 STROBE COVER N
M219 ATG1725-0ND SCREW_BT_2P_M1.7*5.0_N_D N
M220 ATG1724-0NN SCREW_BT_2P_M1.7X4.0_N_N N
œ Revised: 25. Nov. 2005
 Revised: 17. Jan. 2005
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M217

B
M216
C
M218
M212
M215 M224

M214
M209 M211
M210
M222
D M221
M219 A
M213
M220
M206 E
F
M225
M226

M202 A
M201
M204

M207 M208
M203

M223
M205

Ref No. Parts No. Description Comment EL Ref No. Parts No. Description Comment EL

M201 BU03093-100 CABI FRONT ASSY ABS N M221 BB16367-100 ST-BUTTON N


M202 BB16384-100 CI BADGE N M222 BB16398-100 ST-BUTTON CSP N
M203 BB18101-100 CCD BADGE N M223 BB18103-400 PRODUCT LABEL CH S5500 N
M204 BB16809-100 JACK COVER N M224 BB16931-100 SCREW M1.7X5.5 N
M205 BB13148-100 BL SCREW N M225 BB16356-100 RELEASE BUTTON N

M206 FZ04998-100 MIC ASSY N M226 BB16396-100 RELEASE CSP N


M207 FZ04224-100 SPEAKER ASSY N
M208 BB16856-100 SP SHEET N
M209 FZ05547-100 AF FRAME ASSY N
M210 BB16693-100 ADJUSTMENT SPRING N

M211 BB16695-100 ADJUSTMENT SCREW N


M212 BU03094-201 STROBE CONST WE S5500 =
M213 FZ05545-100 FSW PWB ASSY N
M214 FZ05436-100 FFC N
M215 BU03148-100 ST PWB ASSY =

M216 FZ05978-100 LIGHT Xe tube N


M217 BB16362-300 ST TOP WE S5500 N
M218 BB16365-100 STROBE COVER N
M219 ATG1725-0ND SCREW_BT_2P_M1.7*5.0_N_D N
M220 ATG1724-0NN SCREW_BT_2P_M1.7X4.0_N_N N

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6-3. Inner block

K TAPE 1 M313 M324


M329
M322
H M316 M321

G M318 G
M314 I
E
M301 H
I
M302 D
M304 B
M303 M319
KC
M323
F
J

M310 L
M332 M327
M321 M317
M311
J
M M332
M312
M326
M309 M306
M308
M320

M307 M331 M328


M332
M308 M330 M332

M305 K

M325
L

M315

Ref No. Parts No. Description Comment EL Ref No. Parts No. Description Comment EL

M301 BU03095-100 BATTERY HOLDER ASSY N M321 BB12548-200 SP SCREW M1.7X2.5 N


M302 BB16403-100 CONTACT PSP A N M322 BF05333-100 LCD ASSY N
M303 BB16404-100 CONTACT PSP B N M323 BB18108-100 BATTERY HOLDER N
M304 BB16405-100 CONTACT PSP C N M324 FZ06090-100 EVF EMI SHEET =
M305 BB18109-100 BATTERY LID N M325 BB18459-100 CCD EMI SHEET N

M306 BB16385-100 TERMINAL PLATE A N M326 BB16951-100 MF SHEET2 N


M307 BB16386-100 TERMINAL PLATE B N M327 BB17079-100 JC SHEET N
M308 BB16406-100 TERMINAL PSP N M328 BB18121-100 MAIN FRAME N
M309 BB16933-100 SCREW BT2P1.4X2.5N N M329 BU03084-100 EVF UNIT CONST N
M310 BB16412-100 BATTERY SHAFT N M330 FZ05551-100 EMI SHEET A =

M311 BB16934-100 ISORATION PIECE N M331 FZ05435-100 FFC N


M312 BU02946-200 BATT HARNESS ASSY N M332 ATG1728-0ND SCREW_BT_2P_M1.7*8.0_N_D N
M313 FZ05433-100 FFC N
M314 CB1456-A300 RSW PWB ASSY N
M315 BF05179-100 LENS CONST =

M316 BB16388-100 LCD FRAME N


M317 CB1454-A100 MAIN PWB ASSY = K TAPE 1 *ZS00024-100 (polyimide tape PIT- 652S) is cut in 19X15mm and it uses it.
M318 BB15553-100 CONDENSER SHEET N
M319 CB1455-A100 DCST PWB ASSY N
M320 BB16743-100 INSURATION TUBE N

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6-4. Cabi Rear block

M407

M417 M416

M414

M404 M410
M405
M415
M405 M409

M406 M403
M412 M408
M411
M401 M402

M405
M M413
M405

M418

Ref No. Parts No. Description Comment EL Ref No. Parts No. Description Comment EL

M401 CB1456-A100 KSW PWB ASSY N


M402 BB16414-100 BLIND SHEET N
M403 BB16935-100 L SHEET N
M404 CB1456-A200 MSW PWB ASSY ABS N
M405 ATG1724-0ND SCREW_BT_2P_M1.7*4.0_N_D N

M406 FZ05434-100 FFC N


M407 BU03096-100 CABI REAR ASSY N
M408 BB16374-100 CARD COVER N
M409 BB16413-100 CARD COVER SHAFT N
M410 BB18122-100 ZOOM KEY N

M411 BB18115-100 OPERATION BUTTON N


M412 BB18116-100 F BUTTON N
M413 BB16740-100 LCD CUSHION N
M414 BB16832-100 W FACE(LCD COVER) N
M415 BB13149-200 SCREW N

M416 BB16745-100 LCD COVER N


M417 BB13148-100 BL SCREW N
M418 BB09250-200 PL SEAL (U) N

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6-5. Electrical parts
[NOTE]

The components indicated by mark are critical for safety. * Due to standardization, replacement in the parts list may be different from
When indicated parts by reference number, please include the parts list specified in the circuit or the components used on the set.
the board name.

Ref No. Parts No. Description Comment EL Ref No. Parts No. Description Comment EL

DCST PWB ASSY MSW PWB ASSY

[BATTERY] [SWITCH]
BT301 FZ04705-101 BATTERY BackUp = SW851 FZ02084-100 TACT SWITCH N
SW852 FZ02084-100 TACT SWITCH N
[CONNECTOR]
CN501 FGA113-0021 CONNECTOR CJ 2P RN 1.5MM PH N [CONNECTOR]
CN502 FZ05344-100 JACK USB MINI-B N CN851 FGB061-0081 CONNECTOR CJ 8P N 0.5MM V N
CN503 FGC143-0701 CONNECTOR CJ 70P BN 0.5MM RV N
CN601 FGA058-0021 CONNECTOR CJ 2P RN1.25MM PN N
CN602 FGA137-0042 CONNECTOR LJ 4P RB 2.0MM PH N
KSW PWB ASSY
CN651 FGB046-0201 CONNECTOR CJ 20P FN0.5MM NH N
J501 FZ04171-100 JACK N
[SWITCH]
SW801 FZ02630-100 TACT SWITCH N
[FUSE]
SW802 FZ02630-100 TACT SWITCH N
F502 FP00039-253 FUSE 2.5A 32V UL N
SW803 FZ02084-100 TACT SWITCH N
F503 FP00039-253 FUSE 2.5A 32V UL N
SW804 FZ02630-100 TACT SWITCH N
F504 FP00039-253 FUSE 2.5A 32V UL N
SW805 FZ02084-100 TACT SWITCH N
F505 FP00039-203 FUSE 2A 32V UL N
SW806 FZ02084-100 TACT SWITCH N
F506 FP00039-153 FUSE 1.5A 32V UL N
SW807 FZ02084-100 TACT SWITCH N
F507 FP00039-103 FUSE 1A 32V UL N
SW808 FZ02084-100 TACT SWITCH N
SW809 FZ02084-100 TACT SWITCH N
SW810 FZ02084-100 TACT SWITCH N
RSW PWB ASSY SW811 FZ02084-100 TACT SWITCH N

[CONNECTOR] [CONNECTOR]
CN801 FGB046-0141 CONNECTOR CJ 4P FN 0.5MM NH N
CN951 FGB139-0081 CONNECTOR CJ 8P FN0.5MM NH N CN802 FGB060-0081 CONNECTOR CJ 8P FN 0.5MM NH N

[SWITCH]
SW951 FZ04993-100 TACT SWITCH N
SW952 FZ04725-100 DETECTOR SWITCH N
SW953 FZ04725-100 DETECTOR SWITCH N

MAIN PWB ASSY

[SWITCH]
SW201 FZ01045-100 DETECTOR SWITCH N

[CONNECTOR]
CN101 FGB089-0291 CONNECTOR CJ 29P FN0.3MM NH N
CN11 FGA129-0021 CONNECTOR CJ 2P SN1MM RH N
CN201 FGC125-0701 CONNECTOR CJ 70P BN 0.5MM PV N
CN202 FGY067-0201 CONNECTOR CJ 20P B 1MM NN N
CN203 FGB156-0081 CONNECTOR CJ 8P FN 0.5MM NV N
CN204 FGB139-0081 CONNECTOR CJ 8P FN 0.5MM NH N
CN205 FGB046-0141 CONNECTOR CJ 14P FN0.5MM NH N
CN206 FGB139-0061 CONNECTOR CJ 6P FN0.5MM NH N
CN401 FGA096-0021 CONNECTOR CJ 2P RN 1.0MM PH N
CN404 FGB046-0241 CONNECTOR CJ 24P FN0.5MM NH N
CN405 FGB156-0181 CONNECTOR CJ 18P FN 0.5MM NV N
J51 FZ04722-100 JACK AV JACK N

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7. Appendix
7-1. Function of display for Firmware Version

The function to display the version is installed in FinePix


S5100.
The version the camera equipped with of the firmware can be
displayed only by operating the main body of the camera.

[Procedure]
1. The camera is made a play mode.
2. The power supply switch is turned on while pressing
the shutter button.
3. The "SETUP" display is selected, and changes to a
DATE/TIME set mode. <Fig. 7-1>
4. The DATE/TIME setting is matched as follows
(Fig. 7-1).
• 2040 . 2. 29
• 11 : 59 PM
5. After the date is set, keeps pressing the shutter button
for three seconds or more.
Version
6. The version of the farmware is displayed in the upper
right of LCD only while the shutter button is being done
(Fig. 7-2).

Example of display: 1.28 1.28


* It is shown that the version of the farm-ware is 1.28.

<Fig. 7-2>

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7-2. List of Related Technical Updates Issued
To ensure that after-sales srevice is performed accuratety, keep a record here of the technical updates issued
that cover this device.

Technical Update No. Date Title Details/Other


CH-model addtion: P87, P90
2005-003 17. Jan. 2005 New parts addition
Release button & Release csp: P88, P89
Service manual
2005-094 25. Nov. 2005 Revised pages: P81 to P86 and P88 to P89
revision

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