I owned a Fuji GF670 for a few years, I sold it and then almost immediately regretted it. I just bought another off eBay from Japan. When I got it I had a lot of trouble opening the lens, then once it was open, trouble closing it. After I got it to open properly once it seems fine, but I noticed a mark near the lens that looks like one of the levers was bent at one time, probably someone forcing the lens shut without focusing to infinity..
The place I bought it from is offering a full refund and to pay for shipping, or a $100 refund if I keep it. I got an estimate from Southern Photo Technical Services, who repairs these cameras, and they estimated $200 + shipping to fix it.
I just shot a roll and sent it off to see if the focus is off, so we'll see.
I got an okay deal on it, so I'm not sure if I'm better off getting it fixed, or just trying to buy another one.
I couldn't remember if when the camera is open, the lens is parallel to the body. The silver mark near the lens is where it looks like a lever was bent, then scratched the paint.