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NickEliot 5:24am on Monday, September 13th, 2010 
Delivered on time, good value for money..! The item was delivered on time, and so far it is working well, I had a problem with my old battery.
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Spare camera battery A very good battery - ideal to carry as a spare. I would not be without one especially at this price.
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Better than the battery supplied with the camera I recommend this battery. Beware what the recommendations are. Beware what the recommendations are.

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Hyperfocal Distance Tables for Circle of Confusion Constant 0.005
Note: Applicable cameras for these tables are listed below the tables. 6-mm focal length lens
F-stop Focus at (ft.) Sharp at (ft.) f/2.8 8.46 4.23 f/3.3 7.18 3.59 f/3.5 6.77 3.38 f/4 5.93 2.96 f/4.5 5.27 2.63 f/5 4.74 2.37 f/5.6 4.24 2.12 f/6.3 3.77 1.88 f/7.1 3.35 1.67 f/8 2.97 1.49

10-mm focal length lens

F-stop Focus at (ft.) Sharp at (ft.) f/2.8 23.5 11.7 f/3.3 19.9 9.96 f/3.5 18.8 9.39 f/4 16.4 8.22 f/4.5 14.6 7.31 f/5 13.2 6.58 f/5.6 11.8 5.88 f/6.3 10.4 5.22 f/7.1 9.27 4.64 f/8 8.23 4.12

15-mm focal length lens

F-stop Focus at (ft.) Sharp at (ft.) f/2.8 52.8 26.4 f/3.3 44.8 22.4 f/3.5 42.2 21.1 f/18.5 f/4.5 32.9 16.4 f/5 29.6 14.8 f/5.6 26.4 13.2 f/6.3 23.5 11.7 f/7.1 20.8 10.4 f/8 18.5 9.25

20-mm focal length lens

F-stop Focus at (ft.) Sharp at (ft.) f/2.8 93.8 46.9 f/3.3 79.6 39.8 f/3.5 75.1 37.5 f/4 65.7 32.8 f/4.5 58.4 29.2 f/5 52.6 26.3 f/5.6 46.9 23.5 f/6.3 41.7 20.9 f/7.18.5 f/8 32.9 16.4

30-mm focal length lens

F-stop Focus at (ft.) Sharp at (ft.) f/2.106 f/3.89.5 f/3.84.4 f/73.9 f/4.65.7 f/59.1 f/5.52.8 f/6.3 93.8 46.9 f/7.1 83.3 41.6 f/8 73.9 37

40-mm focal length lens

F-stop Focus at (ft.) Sharp at (ft.) f/2.188 f/3.159 f/3.150 f/131 f/4.117 f/105 f/5.93.8 f/6.83.4 f/7.74 f/65.7

59-mm focal length lens

F-stop Focus at (ft.) Sharp at (ft.) f/2.8 f/3.3 f/3.326 f/286 f/4.254 f/229 f/5.204 f/6.181 f/7.161 f/143
Use these tables for the following cameras: Canon PowerShot: A10, A20, A30, A40, A60, A70, A75, A85, A300, A301, A510, A520, A530, A540, A550, A560, A570IS, A700, A710 IS, A720 IS, S1 IS, S2 IS, S3 IS, S5 IS S110 Elph, S200 Elph, S230 Elf, S300 Elph, S330 Elph, SD10 Elph, SD20 Elph, SD30 Elph, SD40, SD100 Elph, A40, SD110 Elph, SD200, SD300, SD400, SD430 Wireless, SD450, SD600, SD630, SD700 IS, SD750, SD800 IS, SD850 IS, SD870 IS, SD1000, SX100 IS Casio Exilim: EX-S2, EX-P505, EX-S500, EX-S600, EX-S600D, EX-S770, EX-S880, EX-V7, EX-V8, EX-Z5, EX-Z30, EX-Z40, EX-Z50, EX-Z55, EX-Z57, EX-Z60, EX-Z70, EX-Z75, EX-Z77, EXZ110, EX-Z500, EX-Z600, EX-Z700 Fujifilm FinePix: 30i, A120, A203, A303, A330, A340, A345, A350, A400, A610, E500, E510, F401, F402, F440, F450, F455, F470, F480, F650, 2600, 2650, 2800, 3800, S3000, S3100, S3500, S5000, S5200/S5600, S550/S5100, S5700, V10, Z1, Z2, Z3 HP PhotoSmart: 320, 435, 620, 735, C215, M22, M23, M307, M407, M417, M425, M517, M525, 527, R507, R607, R817, R818, R837 Kodak: CX-7430, CX-7330, CX-7530, DX-6440, DX-6490, DX-7440, DX-7590, LS-743, LS-753, Z730, Z7590 Konica Minolta Dimage: E50, E223, G400, X, Xg, Xi, Xt, X50, X60, Z1, Z2, Z3, Z5, Z6, Z10, Z20 Leica: C-Lux 1, D-Lux Nikon Coolpix: 2000, 2500, 3100, 3200, 3500, 3700, 4100, 4600, 4800, 5600, 775, L1, L2, L3, L4, L5, L6, L10, L11, L12, L14, L15, P50, SQ, S1, S2, S3, S4, S5, S6, S7c, S9, S10, S50, S50c, S51, S51c, S200, S500, S510 Olympus: AZ-1, Brio D-230, C0460 ZOOM del Sol, C-500, C700 ZU, C730 CZ, C-720, C-730, C-740, C750, C-765, C-770, D-395, D-420, D-435, D-510, D-535 / C-370, D-540, D-545, D-550, D-560, D580, D-590, D-595, D-630, Ferrari Digital Model 2004, FE-100, FE-110, FE-115, FE-120, FE-130, FE-140, FE-170, FE-180, FE-200, FE-210, FE-230, FE-240, FE-270, FE-280, FE-290, FE-5500, ImageLink, IR-300, IR-500, SP-500 UZ, SP-510 UZ, SP-550 UZ, SP-560 UZ, SP-700 Olympus Stylus: 300, 410, 500, 600, 700, 720 SW, 725 SW, 730, 740, 750, 760, 770, 780, 790 SW, 820, 830, Verve, Verve s Panasonic Lumix: DMC-F7, DMC-FX01, DMC-FX07, DMC-FX2, DMC-FX3, FMC-FX7, DMC-FX8, DMC-FX9, DMC-FX10, DMC-FX12, DMC-FX30, DMC-FX33, DMC-FX50, DMC-FX55, DMCFZ4, DMC-FZ5, DMC-FZ7, DMC-FZ8, DMC-FZ10, DMC-FZ18, DMC-FZ20, DMC-LC50, DMCLC70, DMC-LC80, DMC-LS1, DMC-LS2, DMC-LS60, DMC-LS75, DMC-LZ1, DMC-LZ2, DMCLZ3, DMC-LZ5, DMC-LZ7, DMC-TZ3 Pentax Optio: 30, 33WR, 43WR, 33LF, 50, 230, 330GS, E10, E20, E30, E40, MX4, M10, M20, M30, M40, S, S4i, S5i, S5n, S5z, S6, S7, S30, S40, S45, S50, S55, S60, SV, SVi, T10, T20, T30, X, W10, W20, W30, WP, WPi, Z10 Ricoh Caplio: RX, R2, R3, R4, R5, R6, R7, R30, R40, RR530 Samsung Digimax: 230, A4, A40, A55W, A400, A302, A402, A502, i5, i50 MP3,L50, L60, L55W, L700, U-CA 4, U-CA 5, i85, L73, L77, NV7 OPS S630, S730, S830, S1030 Sanyo: Xacti DSC-S1, Xacti DSC-S3, Xacti DSC-S4, Xacti J4, VPC-J1 Sony Cyber Shot: DSC-G1, DSC-H1, DSC-H2, DSC-H3, DSC-H5, DSC-H7, DSC-H9, DSC-L1, DSCM1, DSC-M2, DSC-P2, DSC-P30, DSC-P31, DSC-P32, DSC-P41, DSC-P8, DSC-P50, DSC-P51, DSC-P52, DSC-P72, DSC-P92, DSC-S40, DSC-S60, DSC-S90, DSC-S600, DSC-S650, DSC-S700, DSC-T1, DSC-T3, DSC-T5, DSC-T7, DSC-T9, DSC-T10, DSC-T11, DSC-T20, DSC-T30, DSCT33, DSC-T50, DSC-T70, DSC-T100, DSC-T200, DSC-U20, DSC-U40, DSC-U60, DSC-W30, DSC-W35, DSC-W50, DSC-W55, DSC-W70, DSC-W80, DSC-W90 Sony Mavica: MVC-CD200, MVC-CD250, MVC-CD350, MVC-FD100, MVC-FD200

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About the icons

This manual contains instructions on using this camera that will help you to use this camera safely and correctly. This will help prevent danger and injury to others.

DANGER

DANGER indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury.

WARNING

WARNING indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.

CAUTION

CAUTION indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which, if not avoided, may result in a minor or moderate injury.

NOTICE

NOTICE indicates a factor, which, if not avoided, may result in camera malfunction or poor image quality.

INFORMATION

INFORMATION indicates a factor, which should assist further in the operation of the camera.

Danger

Do not attempt to modify this camera in any way. This may result in fire, injury, electric shock or severe damage to you or your camera. Internal inspection, maintenance and repairs should be carried out by your dealer or Samsung Camera Service Center. Please do not use this product in close proximity to flammable or explosive gases, as this could increase the risk of explosion.
Should any form of liquid or a foreign object enter the camera, do not use it. Switch off the camera, and then disconnect the power source (batteries or AC Power Adapter). You must contact your dealer or Samsung Camera Service Center. Do not continue to use the camera as this may cause a fire or electric shock.
Do not insert or drop metallic or inflammable foreign objects into the camera through access points e.g. CARD slot and battery chamber. This may cause a fire or electric shock.
Do not operate this camera with wet hands. This could pose a risk of electric shock.

Warning

Do not use the flash in close proximity to people or animals. Positioning the flash too close to your subjects eyes, may cause eyesight damage. When taking photographs, never point the lens of the camera directly into very strong light. This may result in permanent damage to the camera or your eyesight.
For safety reasons keep this product and accessories out of reach of children or animals to prevent accidents e.g.: Swallowing batteries or small camera accessories. In case of accidents, please consult a doctor immediately. There is a possibility of injury from the cameras moving parts. Do not leave this camera in places subject to extremely high temperatures, such as a sealed vehicle, direct sunlight or other places of extreme variances in temperature. Exposure to extreme temperatures may adversely affect the cameras internal components and could cause a fire.
Batteries and camera may become hot during prolonged use and it may result in camera malfunction. Should this be the case, allow the camera to sit idle for a few minutes to allow it time to cool. Do not recharge the non rechargeable batteries. It may cause an explosion. When in use, do not cover the camera or AC Power Adapter. This may cause heat to build up and distort the camera body or cause a fire. Always use the camera and its accessories in a well-ventilated area.

Shooting

You can select continuous shooting or AEB(Auto Exposure Bracket ) shooting in this menu.
1. Rotate the mode dial to the STILL IMAGE mode and press the MENU button. 2. Select the [SHOOTING] menu by pressing the UP/DOWN button.
SIZE QUALITY EFFECT SHOOTING NORMAL
3. Press the RIGHT button and the cursor will shift to the [SHOOTING] sub menu. 4. Select the desired sub menu by pressing the UP/DOWN button. 5. Press the OK button to confirm the setting. SINGLE : you can take only one picture at a time. CONTINUOUS : In this mode, you can capture moving subjects continuously. AEB : In this mode, you can take a 3-image bracket(-0.5EV, 0.0EV, +0.5EV) of a scene. When you select continuous shooting, a window will display as shown alongside. Select the number of continuous shots by pressing the UP/ DOWN button. Depending on the memory capacity, the number of continuous shots may vary. 6. Press the menu button and the menu display will disappear. Take a picture.
SHOOTING SINGLE CONTINUOUS AEB BACK: SET:OK

# OF SHOOT

SET:OK
The flash mode is set to "flash off" in continuous shooting and AEB shooting. After completing the continuous or AEB shot, the shooting mode is changed to [SINGLE] automatically. Once a continuous sequence has begun, it will continue until the selected number of shots has been taken. Releasing the shutter button will not interrupt this function.
To take continuous shots, the number of available shots must be more than 2 because the minimum numbers of continuous shots permitted are 2. To take the AEB shots, the number of available shots must be more than 3 because of the same reason. Camera shake can be a problem when using the AEB shooting mode and it takes time to store the AEB image to the memory. We recommend using a tripod. In continuous shot and AEB mode, the digital zoom function will not operate. When using the 16MB internal memory, the specified continuous shooting capacity will be as follows. (These figures are intended as an indication of expected performance)

Exposure

This camera automatically adjusts the exposure according to the ambient lighting conditions. However, you can select the exposure value by using the [EXPOSURE] sub menu. In the STILL IMAGE mode, you can select the exposure value. If you increase the exposure value, the image will be brighter. If you decrease the exposure value, the image will be darker.

The white balance control allows you to adjust the colours to appear more natural looking. Different lighting conditions may cause a colour cast on your images.
1. Rotate the mode dial to the STILL IMAGE or MOVIE CLIP mode and press the MENU button. 2. Select the [STILL IMAGE 2/2] menu by pressing the RIGHT button. (In the MOVIE CLIP mode, just press the UP/DOWN button to select the [W.BALANCE] menu.) 3. Select the [W.BALANCE] menu by pressing the UP/DOWN button.
4. Press the RIGHT button and the cursor will shift to the [W.BALANCE] sub menu. 5. Select the desired sub menu by pressing the UP/DOWN button.
STILL IMAGE 2/2 MOVIE CLIP

W.BALANCE AUTO

: The camera automatically selects the appropriate white balance settings, depending on the prevailing lighting conditions. DAYLIGHT : For taking images outside. CLOUDY : For taking images under a cloudy and overcast sky. SUNSET : For taking images at sunset. FLUOR. : For shooting under fluorescent lighting. TUNGSTEN : For shooting under tungsten (standard light bulb) lighting. 6. Press the OK button to confirm the setting. The changed white balance is maintained until the camera power is turned off. 7. Press the menu button and the menu display will disappear. Take a picture.
Select the [NIGHT] sub menu in a low lighting condition and you can get a clearer image
1. Rotate the mode dial to the STILL IMAGE mode and press the MENU button. 2. Select the [STILL IMAGE 2/2] menu by pressing the RIGHT button. 3. Select the [SCENE] menu by pressing the UP/DOWN button. 4. Press the RIGHT button and the cursor will shift to the [SCENE] sub menu. 5. Select the desired sub menu by pressing the UP/DOWN button. 6. Press the OK button to confirm the setting. NORMAL : select this mode in a normal shooting condition. NIGHT : select this mode in a low lighting condition. 7. Press the menu button and the menu display will disappear. Take a picture.

SCENE NORMAL NIGHT

In [NIGHT] mode, dont move for a while after the flash has finished firing as the shutter speed is slow. We recommend using a tripod or supporting the camera on a solid object in order to avoid camera shake. In [NIGHT] mode, you cant use the macro focus.

4. The ( ) icon will be displayed on the LCD monitor after finishing the voice memo.
The voice memo can t be recorded onto a movie clip file. A distance of 40cm between you and the camera (microphone) is the best distance to record sound.

Play & Pause(

When the menu is displayed on the LCD monitor, pressing the down button makes the menu cursor move down. When the menu is not displayed on the LCD monitor, press the down button to play and pause the movie clip, slide show or a still image that has a voice memo.
1. Press the LEFT/ RIGHT button to select an image that has voice memo or is a movie clip. 2. Pressing the play & pause button activates the following. - If an image is showing, but there is no sound (or movement) : Plays the voice memo or starts the movie clip. - If the image is playing : The progress is paused. - If the play & pause button is pressed when the image is paused, the sound or movement will resume. Pressing the Play & pause ( ) button
Pressing the Play & pause ( ) button

PAUSE !

Initial play mode

Playing with Voice

3. To select another image, press the LEFT/RIGHT button after the playing back is finished or paused.
Setting up the play back function using the LCD monitor
PLAY mode functions can be changed by using the LCD monitor. In the PLAY mode, pressing the MENU button displays the menu on the LCD monitor.
Main menu Sub menu Secondary menu

SLIDE SHOW

01 ~ 05 SEC
ONE IMAGE PROTECT ALL IMAGES

LOCK UNLOCK LOCK UNLOCK

DELETE ALL
NO YES NO YES ONE IMAGE 0 ~ ~ 30

COPY TO CARD

STANDARD ALL IMAGES INDEX PRINT NO YES

Slide show

Images can be displayed continuously at pre-set intervals. You can view the slide show by connecting the camera to an external monitor.
1. Rotate the mode dial to the PLAY mode and press the MENU button. 2. Select the [SLIDE SHOW] menu by pressing the UP/DOWN button. 3. Press the RIGHT button and the cursor will shift to the [SLIDE SHOW] sub menu.
SLIDE SHOW PROTECT DELETE ALL COPY TO CARD EXIT:MENU
4. Select the desired sub menu by pressing the UP/DOWN button. 5. Press the OK button. The menu display will disappear and the slide show will start. To pause the slide show, press the play & pause button. To resume the slide show, press the play & pause button again. Press the LEFT / RIGHT button and the slide show will stop.

SLIDE SHOW 03 SEC

The default is 3 SEC and the loading time depends on the image size and quality. The slide show will start from an image that was displayed on the LCD monitor. The [POWER OFF] function can t be activated. When the last stored image is played back, the first stored image will be played back automatically. While the slide show is playing, only the first frame of an AVI file is displayed. If there is only an image in the memory card, the slide show will not start.

Protect

This is used to protect specific shots from being accidentally erased (LOCK). It also releases images that have been previously protected (UNLOCK).
1. Rotate the mode dial to the PLAY mode and press the MENU button. 2. Select the [PROTECT] menu by pressing the UP/DOWN button. 3. Press the RIGHT button and the cursor will shift to the [PROTECT] sub menu.
4. Select the desired sub menu by pressing the UP/DOWN button and press the OK button. [ONE IMAGE] : Only an image that is displayed on the LCD monitor is protected or unprotected. [ALL IMAGES] : All of the stored images are protected or unprotected.
PROTECT ONE IMAGE ALL IMAGES BACK: SET:OK
5. Select the desired secondary menu by pressing the UP/DOWN button and press the OK button. [LOCK] : Sets up the PROTECT function. [UNLOCK] : Cancels the protect function. 6. If you select the[ONE IMAGE] sub menu at step 4, you can protect or unprotect another image by pressing the LEFT / RIGHT button. 7. Press the menu button and the menu will disappear. If you protect an image, the protect icon( ) will be displayed on the LCD monitor. (An unprotected image has no indicator)

PROTECT

UNLOCK

MOVE IMAGE : EXIT : MENU

SET : OK
An image in LOCK mode will be protected from [DELETE] or [DELETE ALL] functions, but will NOT be protected from the [FORMAT] function.

Delete all

This enables you to clear all unprotected images from the memory.
1. Rotate the mode dial to the PLAY mode and press the MENU button. 2. Select the [DELETE ALL] menu by pressing the UP/DOWN button. 3. Press the RIGHT button and the cursor will shift to the [DELETE ALL] sub menu.
4. Select the desired sub menu by pressing the UP/DOWN button and press the OK button. Selecting [NO] : The display returns to the initial menu. Selecting [YES] : A [PLEASE WAIT!] message will display and all the unprotected images are deleted. If there aren t protected images, all the images are deleted and a [NO IMAGE!] message will display. 5. If a [NO IMAGE!] message is displayed on the LCD monitor after selecting [YES], press the menu button or rotate the mode dial. The message will disappear.

NO RESET 03 MIN CHANGE:

FILE NAME RESET SERIES BACK: SET:OK
The first stored folder name is 100SSCAM, and the first file name is S3600001. Whenever you store an image, the file number is increased by 1. The file number is named from S3600001 to S3609999 automatically, 9999 files will be stored in a folder. Using [SERIES], the sequence starts at 100SSCAM and increases in increments of 1.(e.g : 101SSCAM, 102SSCAM. The files used with the memory card conform to the DCF(Design rule for Camera File system) format. If you change the name of files that are stored on the memory, you can not play back the files on the LCD monitor of this camera.

Power off

This function switches the camera off after a set amount of time in order to prevent unnecessary battery drainage.
1. Rotate the mode dial to SETUP mode and the [SETUP 1/3] menu will display. 2. Select the [POWER OFF] menu by pressing the UP/DOWN button. 3. Press the RIGHT button and the cursor will shift to the [POWER OFF] sub menu.
4. Select the desired sub menu by pressing the UP/DOWN button and press the OK button. Auto power off time : Off, 1 ~ 5 MIN
POWER OFF 03 MIN BACK: SET:OK

Time for power off

Power status Idle mode (LCD monitor off) Power off Period of time (Battery) About 60 sec User setting Period of time (AC adapter) N/A N/A
Even if the batteries or AC adapter are removed and inserted again, the power off setting will be preserved. Note that the automatic power off does not operate if the camera is in slide show, PC mode, recording a movie clip or playing back a movie clip.

Language

There is a choice of languages that can be displayed on the LCD monitor.
1. Rotate the mode dial to SETUP mode and the [SETUP 1/3] menu will display. 2. Select the [LANGUAGE] menu by pressing the UP/DOWN button. 3. Press the RIGHT button and the cursor will shift to the [LANGUAGE] sub menu.
NO SERIES 03 MIN CHANGE :
4. Select the desired sub menu by pressing the UP/DOWN button and press the OK button.
LANGUAGE ENGLISH BACK: SET:OK
You can select 8 languages. Those are listed below. : English, Korean, French, German, Spanish, Italian, S. Chinese, T. Chinese. Even if the camera is restarted, the language setting will be maintained.

Date setup

You can change the imprinted date.
1. Rotate the mode dial to SETUP mode and the [SETUP 1/3] menu will display. 2. Select the [SETUP 2/3] menu by pressing the RIGHT button. 3. Select the [DATE SETUP] menu by pressing the UP/DOWN button. 4. Press the RIGHT button and the cursor will shift to the [DATE SETUP] sub menu. 5. Select the desired sub menu by pressing the UP/ DOWN/ LEFT/ RIGHT button. LEFT / RIGHT button : selects YEAR/ MONTH/ DAY /HOUR / MINUTE UP/ DOWN button : changes the value of each item. 6. Press the OK button to confirm the setting. The selection range for date/time setup covers from 2003~2049. (It is automatically programmed to allow for a leap year/ month)

SETUP 2/3

DATE SETUP IMPRINT DATE TYPE USER SET
03/01/01 OFF Y/M/D NO CHANGE :
SETUP 2/3 DATE SETUP 2003 / 01 / 01 00:00 BACK: SET:OK
If the batteries or AC adapter are removed, it is necessary to reset the time /date. Recording date displays on the LCD monitor in the PLAY mode.(DATE IMPRINT : ON)

Imprint

There is an option to include DATE/TIME on still images.
1. Rotate the mode dial to SETUP mode and the [SETUP 1/3] menu will display. 2. Select the [SETUP 2/3] menu by pressing the RIGHT button. 3. Select the [IMPRINT] menu by pressing the UP/DOWN button.
03/04/01 OFF Y/M/D NO CHANGE :
4. Press the RIGHT button and the cursor will shift to the [IMPRINT] sub menu 5. Select the desired sub menu by pressing the UP/DOWN button. OFF : DATE & TIME will not be imprinted on the image file. DATE : Only DATE will be imprinted on the image file. DATE&TIME : DATE & TIME will be imprinted on the image file. 6. Press the OK button to confirm the setting.
IMPRINT OFF DATE DATE & TIME BACK: SET:OK
Date & Time are displayed at the bottom right side of the LCD monitor. Date will be imprinted as DATE TYPE setting. TIME is imprinted in the following way : [Hour / Minute/ Second] and hours are shown using the 24 hour clock. The imprint function is unaffected by the camera being switched on and off. Date & Time is imprinted as you set it in the DATE SETUP menu. The imprint function is applied only to a still image.

Date type

You can select date type that is imprinted on the image.
1. Rotate the mode dial to SETUP mode and the [SETUP 1/3] menu will display. 2. Select [SETUP 2/3] menu by pressing the RIGHT button. 3. Select the [DATE TYPE] menu by pressing the UP/DOWN button. 4. Press the RIGHT button and the cursor will shift to the [DATE TYPE] sub menu 5. Select the desired sub menu by pressing the UP/DOWN button Y/M/D M/D/Y D/M/Y 6. Press the OK button to confirm the setting.
DATE TYPE Y/M/D M/D/Y D/M/Y BACK: SET:OK

User set

This menu allows you to save the changed camera settings. When the camera is turned on, the saved camera menu will be adopted.(Effect, Exposure, ISO, W.Balance only)

X X X X X X X X X

Menus are subject to change without prior notice.
A beep will sound when you press the camera button and an error occurs. You can check the camera condition with this function.
1. Rotate the mode dial to SETUP mode and the [SETUP 1/3] menu will display. 2. Select the [SETUP 3/3] menu by pressing the RIGHT button twice. 3. Select the [SOUND] menu by pressing the UP/DOWN button. 4. Press the RIGHT button and the cursor will shift to the [SOUND] sub menu. 5. Select the desired sub menu by pressing the UP/DOWN button. Selecting [OFF] : The sound function is not activated. Selecting [LOW] : The low sound will be activated. Selecting [NORMAL] : The normal sound will be activated. Selecting [HIGH] : The loud sound will be activated. 6. Press the OK button to confirm the setting.

SETUP 3/3

SOUND LCD VIDEO OUT QUICK VIEW
NORMAL NORMAL NTSC 01 SEC CHANGE : SETUP 3/3
SOUND OFF LOW NORMAL HIGH BACK: SET:OK

LCD brightness

You may adjust the LCD brightness.
1. Rotate the mode dial to SETUP mode and the [SETUP 1/3] menu will display. 2. Select the [SETUP 3/3] menu by pressing the RIGHT button twice. 3. Select the [LCD] menu by pressing the UP/DOWN button. 4. Press the RIGHT button and the cursor will shift to the [LCD] sub menu. 5. Select the desired sub menu by pressing the UP/DOWN button. LCD brightness range : -3 ~ NORMAL ~ +3 6. Press the OK button to confirm the setting.

LCD NORMAL BACK: SET:OK

Video out
The Movie output signal from the camera can be NTSC or PAL. Your choice of output will be governed by the type of device (monitor or TV, etc.) to which the camera is connected.
1. Rotate the mode dial to SETUP mode and the [SETUP 1/3] menu will display. 2. Select the [SETUP 3/3] menu by pressing the RIGHT button twice 3. Select the [VIDEO OUT] menu by pressing the UP/DOWN button. 4. Press the RIGHT button and the cursor will shift to the [VIDEO OUT] sub menu. 5. Select the desired sub menu by pressing the UP/DOWN button. 6. Press the OK button to confirm the setting.
VIDEO OUT NTSC PAL BACK: SET:OK
Select the correct movie standard for the outer monitor. PAL mode can support only BDGHI. NTSC : U.S.A, Canada, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Mexico. PAL : Australia, Austria, Belgium, China, Denmark, Finland, Germany, U.K., Holland, Italy, Kuwait, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Norway.
Connecting to an external monitor
Connecting to an external monitor In RECORDING/ PLAY mode, you can view the stored still images or movie clips by connecting the camera to an external monitor via the video cable. When the camera is connected to an external monitor, the LCD monitor will be turned off automatically.

When using a TV as an external monitor, you will need to select the external or AV channel of the TV. There will be a digital noise on the external monitor, but it is not a malfunction. If the image is not in the centre of the screen, use the TV controls to centre it. When the camera is connected to an external monitor, the menu will be visible on the external monitor and the menu functions are the same as those indicated on the LCD monitor.

Quick view

You can briefly review the last image captured during the pre-set time.
1. Rotate the mode dial to SETUP mode and the [SETUP 1/3] menu will display. 2. Select the [SETUP 3/3] menu by pressing the RIGHT button twice. 3. Select the [QUICK VIEW] menu by pressing the UP/DOWN button. 4. Press the RIGHT button and the cursor will shift to the [QUICK VIEW] sub menu. 5. Select the desired sub menu by pressing the UP/DOWN button. Quick view sub menu : OFF, 01SEC ~ 03SEC 6. Press the OK button to confirm the setting.
QUICK VIEW 01 SEC BACK: SET:OK
The quick view function doesn t apply to the movie clip.

Starting PC mode

If you insert the USB cable into the USB connection terminal, the camera working mode will change to the PC mode automatically. In this mode, you can download stored images to your PC through the USB cable. The LCD monitor is always turned off in PC mode. The autofocus indicator lamp(green) blinks when the files are transferring via the USB connection. Connecting the camera to a PC 1. Turn the PC power on. 2. Turn the camera power on. 3. Connect the PC and the camera via the USB cable. - Insert the small plug of the USB cable into the camera USB connection terminal. - Insert the large connector of the USB cable into the USB port of the PC - The plugs must be firmly inserted. Disconnecting the camera and PC Refer to the following page - WIN 98SE : p.103 - WIN 2000/ME/XP : p.103
The camera driver must be installed before using PC mode. To save battery power, it is recommended that you use an AC adaptor(Optional) when connecting the camera to a computer.
Downloading stored images
Once you have downloaded images to your PC, they can be edited and printed. 1. Connect the camera to your PC with the USB cable.
2. On your computers desktop display, select [My computer] and double click [Removable Disk DCIM 100SSCAM]. The image files will then be displayed.
3. Select an image and press the right mouse button.
4. A pop-up menu will open. Click the [Cut] or [Copy] menu [Cut] : cuts a selected file. [Copy] : copies files.
5. Click a folder where you want to paste the file.
6. Press the right mouse button and a pop-up menu will open. Click [Paste].
7. An image file is transferred from camera to your PC.
- By using [Digimax Viewer], you can see the stored images in the memory directly on the PC monitor and you can copy or move the image files. - When the memory card is inserted, you can view the images that are stored in the memory card. - When the memory card is not inserted, you can view the images that are stored in the internal memory.

Warning indicator

There are several warnings that may appear in the LCD display Warning indicator - Card error. CARD ERROR ! Causes Remedy - Turn off the camera power and turn it on again. - Insert the memory card again. - Format the memory card.(p.67) - Turn off the camera power and turn it on again. - Format the internal memory.(p.67) - Insert a new memory card. - Delete unnecessary image files to free up some memory. - Delete unnecessary image files to free up some memory.
- Internal memory error. MEMORY ERROR !

CARD FULL !

- There is insufficient memory card capacity to take an image.

MEMORY FULL!

- There is insufficient internal memory capacity to take an image. - There are no images stored on the memory card.

NO IMAGE !

- Take images. - Insert a memory card that is holding some images. - Insert a memory card. - Insert the memory card again. - Turn off the camera power and turn it on again. - Insert a new memory card. - Contact camera service center. - Insert fresh batteries. - Slide the write protect switch to the top of the SD memory card.

NO CARD !

- A memory card is not inserted. - The camera cant recognize the memory card.
FILE ERROR ! LOW BATTERY ! CARD LOCKED !

- Memory card error.

- There is low battery capacity. - The SD memory card is locked.
Before contacting a service center
Please check the following
Symptom The camera doesnt switch on Causes - There is low battery capacity. - An AC Power Adapter is not connected. - The batteries are exhausted. - The Camera is turned off automatically due to the Auto power off function. - The Adapter plug is not connected securely. - The Camera is being used in low temperatures. Batteries drain quickly - Mixing old and new batteries or battery types. Remedy - Insert fresh batteries. - Connect an AC Power Adapter.
The camera powers down whilst in use
- Insert fresh batteries. - Slide the power switch to reactivate camera. - Remove and re-insert the plug.

- Keep the camera in warm conditions (i.e. inside a coat or jacket) and only remove it in order to take images. - Insert fresh batteries.(all of which should be of the same type)
Camera does not take images when pressing the Shutter button
- There is insufficient memory capacity. - The memory card has not been formatted. - The memory card is exhausted. - The camera power is off. - The batteries are exhausted. - The SD card is locked.
- Delete unnecessary image files. - Format the memory card.(p.67) - Insert a new memory card. - Turn the camera power on. - Insert fresh batteries. - Slide the write protect switch to the top of the SD memory card.
Symptom Causes - The focus mode is not correct. - The autofocus was not activated. The images are unclear - Pictures are being taken beyond the flash range. - The lens is smudged or dirty. - FLASH OFF mode has been selected. - The date and time have been set incorrectly or the camera has adopted the default settings. - Camera malfunction. Remedy - Select appropriate focus mode. - Use Fixed focus when you cant use auto focus mode. - Take a picture within the flash range. - Clean the lens. - Disengage FLASH OFF mode.

The flash does not fire

Incorrect date and time is displayed
- Reset the date and time correctly.
The camera buttons do not operate
- Remove /re-insert batteries and switch camera on.

Memory card error

- Incorrect memory card format.
- Re-format the memory card.(p.67)
The images don't play back
- Incorrect file name. (Violation of DCF format)
- Do not change the image file name.
Symptom Color of image different to original scene Images are too bright Causes Remedy
- White balance setting is incorrect.
- Select appropriate White balance.
- Exposure is excessive. - The external monitor has not been connected properly with the camera. - There are incorrect files in the memory card. - There are no images in the memory. - Cable connection is incorrect. - The camera is off. - There are no batteries, the batteries are exhausted or the AC adapter is not connected. - The operating system is not Windows 98, 98SE, 2000, ME, XP/ Mac OS 9.0~10.2. Alternatively the PC does not support USB. - USB driver is not installed.

PC with processor better than MMX Pentium 233MHz (XP : Pentium II 300MHz) Windows 98/98SE/2000/ME/XP Minimum 32MB RAM (XP : 128MB) 140MB of available hard-disk space USB port CD-ROM drive 800x600 pixels, 16-bit color display compatible monitor (24-bit color display recommended) Power Mac G3 or later Mac OS 9.0 ~ 10.2 Minimum 64MB RAM 110MB of available hard-disk space USB port CD-ROM drive QuickTime 4.0 or later for Movie Clip

Image Play Interface

Power Source
Dimensions (WxHxD) Operating Temperature Operating Humidity Weight Camera Driver Software Application System Requirements

For Windows

For Macintosh
Specifications are subject to change without prior notice.

Software Notes

Please ensure that you read the instruction manual carefully before use. The attached software is a camera driver and image editing software tool for Windows. Under no circumstances should all or part of either the software or the user manual be reproduced. Copyright for both software is licensed only for use with a camera. In the unlikely event of a manufacturing fault, we will repair or exchange your camera. We cannot, however, be held responsible in any way for damage caused by inappropriate use. Using a Hand-made PC or a PC that has not been guaranteed by the manufacturer is not covered by the Samsung warranty. Before reading this manual, you should have a basic knowledge of computers and O/S (Operating Systems). Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft. Macintosh, Mac is the registered trademark of Apple computer, USA.

About the software

After inserting the CD-ROM provided with this camera into the CD-ROM drive, the following window should automatically run. Before connecting the camera to the PC, you should first install the camera driver.
Setting up the application program
Access to the Samsung camera web-site. Click the [Install] menu on the Autorun frame and all of application software is installed. Camera driver : This enables images to transfer between the camera and PC. This camera uses the USB Storage Driver as the camera driver. You can use the camera as a USB card reader. After installing the driver and connecting this camera to the PC, you can find [Removable Disk] in [Windows Explorer] or [My computer]. A USB Storage Driver is provided only for Windows. A USB Driver for MAC is not included with the Application CD. But you can use the camera with Mac OS 9.0~10.2. Setting up the camera driver for WINDOWS (p.94)
Digimax Viewer 2.0 : This is a program for viewing stored images. You can see the stored images in the memory directly on a PC monitor. You can also copy, move or delete the images and enlarge /downscale the image sizes with Digimax Viewer. For windows only. Setting up Digimax Viewer (p.94) Using Digimax Viewer (p.106)

3. The [Unplug or Eject Hardware] window will open. Select the [USB Mass Storage Device] and click the [Stop] button.
4. The [Stop a Hardware device] window will open. Select the [SAMSUNG DIGIMAX 360 USB Device] and click the [OK] button. [Click!]
5. A [Safe to Remove Hardware] window will open. Click the [OK] button. [Click!]
6. A [Unplug or Eject Hardware] window will open. Click the [Close] button and the removable disk will be removed safely.

7. Unplug the USB cable.

Setting up the USB Driver for MAC
1. A USB Driver for MAC is not included with the Application CD as MAC OS supports the camera driver. 2. Check the MAC OS. You can check the MAC OS version during MAC OS start-up. This camera is compatible with MAC OS 9.0~10.2. 3. Connect the camera to the Macintosh and turn the camera power on in PC mode. 4. A new icon (Untitled) will be displayed on the desktop after connecting the camera to the MAC.
Using the USB Driver for MAC
1. Double click a new icon (Untitled) on the desktop and the folder in the memory will be displayed. 2. Select an image file and copy or move it to MAC.
If you use Mac OS 10.0 or later, you may experience an error occurring when you transfer files from the PC to the camera.

Digimax Viewer

This software is only compatible with Windows. 1. To open Digimax Viewer, click the [ Start Programs Samsung Digimax Viewer 2.0 Digimax Viewer 2.0 ] and Digimax Viewer 2.0 will then open.
2. If the [Auto Launch] option is selected, this program will be executed automatically upon recognizing the camera.
3. You can easily use the Digimax viewer program as it offers FILE menu and TOOL bar. And, you can use the pop up menu. Click an image and press the right mouse button.
Digimax Viewer functions are listed below. - Basic function : Copy, Move, Delete, Rotate, Rename, changing file type, Resize, Property. - Advanced function : Print, Slide show, Export, Sending e-mail, On-line print, Web album etc.
Refer to the [Help] menu in Digimax viewer 2.0 for further information.

MGI PhotoSuite III SE

This software is only compatible with Windows. To open MGI PhotoSuite lll SE, click the [Start Programs PhotoSuite lll SE] and MGI PhotoSuite lll SE will then open. MGI PhotoSuite lll SE MGI
An introduction to the Welcome screen

Get images.

Prepare
A number of photo editing activities can be performed within this module.

Compose

Use your photos in a variety of fun, creative and interesting ways.

Organize

Organize your photos and other media files into albums.
Save your results to show to others.

 

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