Samsung Digimax A503
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User reviews and opinions
|lsropia||6:17am on Sunday, October 17th, 2010|
|Just bought a Samsung Digimax A503 for my daughter and she loves it. I bought one for myself about a month ago and fell in love with it.|
|mickeyf||7:21pm on Sunday, August 22nd, 2010|
|Great Had this camera for about a year now and am really impressed. Its ideal for nights out or the odd snap at home.|
|fossar||4:33pm on Friday, August 6th, 2010|
|I LIKE THIS CAMERA. IS EASY TO USE AND THE QUALITY IS VERY GOOD, SAMSUNG IS ONE OF MY FAVORITE BRAND TO BUY. MY FATHER. This camera rocks, for many reasons. 1: small form factor, 2: good menu system. 3: good display 4: best part is the price.|
|ahpin||8:34am on Thursday, June 24th, 2010|
|works well in the field This is a good camera for the type of work we do and does not have the pop out lense that when you drop it it quits working.|
|ingweil||8:19am on Monday, May 24th, 2010|
|I brought this camera to take with me on my travels of the world, overall i found it to be supurb. i found it really easy to use, great for taking any kind of picture, really good value for money. looks really good.|
|pluto||1:45pm on Sunday, April 11th, 2010|
|Nice simple camera easy to use i hve had no complaints wiv this camera at all......good buy|
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: WARNING indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury. 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. For safety reasons keep this product and accessories out of reach of children or animals to prevent accidents e.g.: Swallowing battery or small camera accessories. If an accident should occur, please consult a doctor immediately. There is the possibility of injury from the cameras moving parts. Battery 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 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. When in use, do not cover the camera or Charger. 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.
System chart Identification of features Front & Top Back & Bottom Side/ 5-function button Self-timer lamp Camera Status Lamp Mode icon Connecting to a Power Source Inserting the memory card Instructions on how to use the memory card 9 Using the camera buttons to adjust the camera Power button SHUTTER button ZOOM W/T button Voice recording/ Voice memo/ UP button Down button Flash/ Left button Self-timer/ Right button MENU/ OK button M (Mode) button E (Effect) button Special Effect : Colour Special Effect : Preset focus frames Special Effect : Composite shooting Special Effect : Photo Frame +/- button RGB ISO White balance Exposure compensation Using the LCD monitor to adjust the camera settings How to use the menu Mode MODE SET Size Quality/ Frame rate Metering Continuous Shooting Sharpness OSD(On Screen Display) information Starting play mode Playing back a still image Playing back a movie clip How to capture the movie clip Playing back a recorded voice LCD monitor indicator Using the camera buttons to adjust the camera Thumbnail/ Enlargement button Voice memo/ Up button Play & Pause/ Down button Delete button Left/ Right/ Menu/ OK button Setting up the play back function using the LCD monitor Starting the slide show Rotating an image Resize Protecting images Deleting all images DPOF DPOF : STANDARD DPOF : INDEX DPOF : PRINT SIZE DPOF : CANCEL COPY TO CARD PictBridge PictBridge : Picture Selection PictBridge : Print Setting PictBridge : Printing PictBridge : DPOF Printing PictBridge : RESET Setup menu File name Auto power off Language Formatting a memory Setting up the Date / Date type Setting up the time Imprinting the recording date Connecting an External Device (USB) Sound LCD brightness Quick view Initialisation Setting up the MYCAM menu Start up image Start up sound Important notes Warning indicator Before contacting a service centre Specifications 56 58
11 LCD monitor indicator 12 Changing the recording mode 12 Selecting the [MODE] menu If the [STILL & MOVIE] menu was 12 selected If the [FULL] menu was selected Starting the recording mode 13 How to use the Auto mode How to use the Movie clip mode How to use the Program mode 14 How to use the Scene modes How to use the VOICE 15 RECORDING mode Pausing while recording a voice recording 15 Normal focus mode Macro focus mode Things to Watch Out for When Taking 16 Pictures
Software Notes System Requirements About the software Setting up the application software Starting PC mode Removing the removable disk Setting up the USB Driver for MAC Using the USB Driver for MAC Uninstalling the USB Driver for Windows 98SE Digimax Master FAQ 67
Please check that you have the correct contents before using this product. The contents can vary depending on the sales region. To buy the optional equipment, contact your nearest Samsung dealer or Samsung service centre. < Included items >
For Windows PC with processor better than MMX Pentium 450MHz (XP : Pentium II 700MHz) Windows 98/98SE/2000/ME/XP Minimum 64MB RAM (Over 128MB recommended) 200MB of available hard-disk space (Over 1GB recommend) USB port CD-ROM drive 1024 x 768 pixels, 16-bit color display compatible monitor (24-bit color display recommended) DirectX 9.0 or later For Macintosh Power Mac G3 or later Mac OS 10.0~10.3 Minimum 64MB RAM 110MB of available hard-disk space USB port CD-ROM drive QuickTime 6.01 or later for Movie Clip
Computer (see p.62) Camera case User manual, Product warranty Camera strap Software CD (see p.62)
PictBridge compatible printer(see p.46)
DPOF compatible printer (see p.44)
SD memory card/ MMC (see p.9)
Rechargeable batteries (SNB-2512)
AA Alkaline Batteries
When you connect the camera to a computer or printer, you must use the USB cable supplied with the camera, or the external devices may not recognise the camera.
Battery charger (SBC-N1)
Identification of features
Front & Top
Shutter button Power button Microphone
Flash Self-timer lamp
Back & Bottom
Camera status lamp M(Mode) button Zoom W button (Thumbnail) Zoom T button (Digital zoom) Strap eyelet
E (Effects) button +/-, Delete button
USB connection port
5 function button
Play mode button
Side/ 5-function button Self-timer lamp Icon Battery chamber cover Status Blinking Description - For the first 7 seconds, the lamp blinks at 1 second intervals. - For the final 3 seconds, the lamp blinks quickly at 0.25-second intervals.
Blinking For the 2 seconds, the lamp blinks quickly at 0.25-second intervals. A picture will be taken after about 10 seconds and 2 seconds Blinking later a second picture will be taken. Camera Status Lamp
Memory card slot Battery chamber
Status Power on After taking a picture While movie recording While voice recording USB cable is connected to a PC Transmitting Data with a PC USB cable is connected to a printer When the printer is printing Menu / OK button
Voice memo / Voice Recording / Up button
Description The lamp turns on and off when the camera is ready to take a picture The lamp blinks while saving the image data and turns off when the camera is ready to take a picture The lamp blinks The lamp blinks The lamp lights up (LCD monitor turns off after initializing the device) The lamp blinks (LCD monitor turns off) The lamp is off The lamp blinks
Mode icon (Refer to page 14 for more information about the camera mode setting.) MODE MOVIE VOICE RECORDING AUTO SCENE NIGHT DAWN PORTRAIT BACKLIGHT LANDSCAPE FIREWORKS SUNSET BEACH&SNOW PROGRAM PLAY Icon MODE Icon
Flash / Left button
Self-timer / Right button
Play & Pause button
Connecting to a Power Source
You can use batteries only to provide the camera with power. We recommend using batteries for a digital camera (Within a year from the date of manufacture). The batteries are listed below. - Non rechargeable batteries : 2 X AA Alkaline (High Capacity) CR-V3 type - Lithium Ion battery - Rechargeable batteries : 2 X AA Ni-MH (SNB-2512) It is easy to buy alkaline batteries. However, the duration for using batteries varies in accordance with the battery manufacturer or the photographic conditions. Insert the battery as shown - If the camera does not turn on after you have inserted battery, please check whether the battery are inserted with the correct polarity (+/-). - When the battery chamber cover is opened, do not press the battery chamber cover by unnecessary force. This may cause the battery chamber cover modification or breakage. There are 3 indicators for battery condition that are displayed on the LCD monitor. Battery indicator Battery status The battery is fully charged Low battery capacity (Prepare to recharge or use spare battery) Low battery capacity (Prepare to recharge or use spare battery)
Important information about battery usage When the camera is not used, turn off the camera power. Do not recharge the non rechargeable batteries. It may cause an explosion. Please remove the batteries if the camera will not be used for long periods. Batteries can lose power over time and are prone to leaking if kept inside the camera. We recommend high capacity batteries (listed above) as manganese batteries cannot deliver sufficient power. Low temperatures (below 0 can affect the performance of the batteries C) and you may experience reduced battery life. Batteries will usually recover at normal temperatures. Do not use old and new batteries at the same time. Do not mix battery brands, type or an old battery with a new one. During extended use of the camera, the camera body may become warm. This is perfectly normal.
Inserting the memory card
Insert the memory card as shown. - Turn off the camera's power before inserting the memory card. - Have the front of the memory card facing toward the front of the camera (lens) and the card pins toward the back of the camera (LCD monitor). - Do not insert the memory card the wrong way round. Doing so may damage the memory card slot.
Instructions on how to use the memory card
Be sure to format the memory card (see p.51) if you are using a newly purchased memory for the first time, or if contains data that the camera cannot recognise, or if it contains images captured with a different camera. Turn off the camera power whenever the memory card is being inserted or removed. Repeated use of the memory card will eventually reduce the memory cards performance. Should this be the case, you will need to purchase a new memory card. Wear and tear on the memory card is not covered by the Samsung warranty. The memory card is an electronic precision device. Do not bend, drop or subject it to any heavy impact. Do not store the memory card near with strong electronic or magnetic fields, e.g. near loud speakers or TV receivers. Please do not use or store in extreme temperatures. Do not allow the memory card to become dirty or to come into contact with any liquid. Should this happen, carefully clean the memory card with a soft cloth. Please keep the memory card in its case when not in use. During and after periods of extended use, you may notice that the memory card is warm. This is perfectly normal. Do not use a memory card that is used in another digital camera. To use the memory card in this camera, format the memory card by using this camera. Do not use a memory card formatted by another digital camera or memory card reader. If the memory card is subjected to any of the following, the recorded data may become corrupted : - When the memory card is used incorrectly. - If the power is switched off or the memory card is removed while recording, deleting (formatting) or reading. Samsung cannot be held responsible for lost data. It is advisable to copy important data onto other media as back-up e.g. floppy disks, hard disks, etc. as soon as possible. If there is insufficient memory available : A [CARD FULL!] message will appear and the camera will not operate. To optimise the amount of memory available, replace the memory card or delete unnecessary images stored on the memory.
)/ Voice memo(
)/ UP button
While the menu is showing, press the DOWN button to move from the main menu to a sub menu, or to move down the sub menu cursor. Unless the menu is showing, the DOWN button will not work in a Recording mode.
While the menu is showing, press the UP button to move up the sub menu cursor. When the menu is not displayed on the LCD monitor, the UP button operates as the voice recording or voice memo button. You can record your voice or add your voice-over to a stored still image. Refer to page 15 for more information about the voice recording.
Recording a voice memo 1. Select the STILL IMAGE mode by pressing the mode button. 2. Press the VOICE MEMO( ) button. If the voice memo indicator is displayed on the LCD monitor, the setting is completed.
)/ Left button
When the menu is displayed on the LCD monitor, pressing the LEFT button makes the cursor shift to the left tab. When the menu is not displayed on the LCD monitor, the LEFT button operates as the FLASH ( ) button. Selecting the flash mode 1. Press the M (Mode) button to select a Recording mode with the exception of Movie clip mode (p.22). 2. Press the Flash button until the desired flash mode indicator displays on the LCD monitor. 3. A flash mode indicator will be displayed on the LCD monitor. Use the correct flash to suit the picture taking situation. Flash range
Focus type Auto Macro Flash range 1.0m~3m 0.2m
[Selecting the Auto flash]
[ Preparing for Voice Memo ]
[ Recording Voice Memo ]
3. Press the shutter button and take a picture. The picture is stored on the memory card. 4. Voice memo will be recorded for ten seconds from the moment the picture is stored. In the middle of the sound recording, pressing the shutter button will stop the voice memo. A distance of 40cm between you and the camera (microphone) is the best distance to record sound.
(Unit : m)
O X X X
O O O O
AUTO SET : OK
This button will not operate in the Voice recording mode and some scene modes (Night, Sunset, Dawn, Backlight, Fireworks and Beach & Snow) If a special effect is selected, the rest of the special effect functions (Preset focus frames, Composite shooting, Photo frame) set before, are cancelled automatically. Even if the camera is turned off, the special effect setting will be preserved. To cancel the special effect, select ( ) in the sub menu of the Colour menu and select ( ) in the sub menu of the special effect menu.
Pressing the Left button Pressing the Up button
SET : OK
[Movie cliip mode]
Pressing the Left/ Right button
[Selecting a scene mode]
Press the Mode button and the mode selection menu will disappear.
Special Effect : Colour
By using the cameras digital processor, it is possible to add special effects to your images 1. Press the E button in the still image mode or Movie clip mode. 2. Select the menu tab by pressing the Left/Right button.
Special Effect : Preset focus frames
You can make the subject stand out from its surroundings. The subject will be sharp and in focus while making the rest out of focus. 1. Press the E button in the program mode. 2. Select the menu tab by pressing the Left/Right button. 3. Select a desired sub menu by pressing the Up/ Down button and press the OK button.
[Still image mode]
3. Select a desired sub menu by pressing the Up/Down button and press the OK button. : No effect is added to the image : Captured images will be stored in black and white. : Captured images will be stored in a sepia tone (a gradient of yellowish brown colours). : Captured images will be stored in a blue tone. : Captured images will be stored in a red tone. : Captured images will be stored in a green tone. : Save the image in negative mode. 4. Press the shutter button to capture an image.
4. The preset focus frame will appear. Press the shutter button to capture an image
Special Effect : Composite shooting
You can combine 2 ~ 4 different shots in a still image. 1. Press the E button in the program mode. 2. Select the menu tab by pressing the Left/ Right button. 3. Select a desired sub menu by pressing the Up/ Down button and press the OK button. : cancels the composite shooting : 2 different shots are combined in a still image. : 3 different shots are combined in a still image. : 4 different shots are combined in a still image. : 2 different panorama shots are combined in a still image.
Using the Custom White Balance White balance settings may vary slightly depending on the shooting environment. You can select the most appropriate white balance setting for a given shooting environment by setting up the custom white balance. 1. Select the CUSTOM ( ) menu of the White Balance and press the OK button. 2. Place a sheet of white paper in front of the camera so that the LCD monitor shows only white, and then press the SHUTTER button. 3. Press the OK button and your custom white balance value is stored. - The custom white balance value will be applied, starting with the next picture you take. - The user configured white balance will be remain effective until it is overwritten.
[ White paper ]
Exposure compensation : This camera automatically adjusts the exposure according to the ambient lighting conditions. You can also select the exposure value by using the +/- button. Compensating Exposure 1. Press the +/- button, and then use the UP and DOWN buttons to select the exposure compensation icon ( ). The exposure compensation menu bar will appear as shown. 2. Use the LEFT and RIGHT buttons to set the desired exposure compensation factor. 3. Press the +/- button again. The value you set will be saved and the Exposure Compensation setup mode will close. If you change the exposure value, the exposure indicator ( ) will be displayed on the bottom of the LCD monitor. A negative exposure compensation value reduces the exposure. Note that a positive exposure compensation value increases the exposure and the LCD monitor will appear white or you may not get good pictures.
Using the LCD monitor to adjust the camera settings
You can use the menu on the LCD monitor to set up recording functions. In any mode with the exception of VOICE RECORDING mode, pressing the MENU button displays the menu on the LCD monitor. The menu will not be displayed on the LCD monitor in the following circumstances: - When another button is being operated. - While image data is being processed. - When there is no battery capacity. The following functions are available, depending on the mode you have selected. The items indicated by are default settings. Menu tab Main menu MODE Sub menu STILL&MOVIE FULL AUTO MOVIE MODE SET SUNSET BEACH&SNOW PROGRAM NIGHT DAWN p.30
Menu tab Main menu FRAME RATE METERING SHOOTING
Sub menu 24 FPS MULTI SINGLE AEB SOFT VIVID 15 FPS SPOT CONTINUOUS NORMAL -
Camera working mode
Page p.31 p.31 p.32 p.32
FULL OSD BASIC OSD OSD INFORMATION SAVE MODE Menus are subject to change without prior notice. * A503 only
PORTRAIT LANDSCAPE BACKLIGHT FIREWORKS *2560X1920 2272X1704
Quality/ Frame rate
You can select the compression ratio appropriate for your application of the captured images. The higher the compression ratio, the lower the picture quality. Mode Icon Sub menu File Format S.FINE jpeg FINE jpeg NORMAL jpeg 24FPS avi 15FPS avi STILL IMAGE mode MOVIE CLIP mode
If you cannot obtain suitable exposure conditions, you can change the metering method to take brighter pictures. [MULTI] ( ) : Exposure will be calculated based on an average of the METERING MULTI available light in the image area. SPOT However, the calculation will be biased towards the centre of the image area. This is suitable for [PROGRAM mode] general use. ) : Only the rectangular area in the centre of the LCD monitor will be metered for light. Use this setting when you want the subject in the centre to be correctly exposed, regardless of the back lighting.
24 FPS 15 FPS
If the subject is not the centre of the focus area, do not use the spot metering as this may result in an exposure error. In this circumstance, It is better to use exposure compensation.
This file format complies with the DCF(Design rule for Camera File system). JPEG (Joint Photographic Experts Group) : JPEG is the image compression standard developed by the Joint Photographic Experts Group. This type of compression is most commonly used for compressing photos and graphics because it can compress the files efficiently without damaging the data.
Select the number of pictures in continuous shooting. - [SINGLE] : Take one picture only - [CONTINUOUS] : Images will be taken SHOOTING SINGLE continuously until the shutter CONTINUOUS button is released. The shooting AEB capacity depends on the memory. - [AEB] : Take three pictures in a series in [PROGRAM mode] different exposures: standard exposure (0.0EV), short exposure (-0.5EV),and over exposure (+0.5EV). Use the mode if it is hard to decide exposure of the object. High resolution and picture quality increases file saving time, which increases stand-by time. If the [CONTINUOUS] sub menu is selected, the flash will be off automatically. If less than 3 pictures are available in the memory, the AEB setting will not work. It is best to use a tripod for the AEB shooting as the time to save each image file is longer and the blurring caused by camera shake may occur.
Press the DELETE button.
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. The menus you can set up in Play mode are as follows. To capture an image after setting up the play menu, press the PLAY button or shutter button. Menu tab Main menu Sub menu SHOW INTERVAL SLIDE EFFECT Secondary menu PLAY/ REPEAT 1. 3. 5.10 OFF E1~4 MIX RIGHT 90 LEFT 90 ROTATE 180 HORIZONTAL VERTICAL *2272X1704 2048X1536 RESIZE 1600X1200 1024X768 640X480 USER IMAGE1, 2 PROTECT SELECT ALL UNLOCK/ LOCK UNLOCK/ LOCK p.43 p.42 p.42 COPY TO CARD
Main menu DELETE ALL
Sub menu SELECT ALL STANDARD
Secondary menu ONE PIC/ ALL PICS NO/ YES DEFAULT/3X5/ 4X6/ 5X7/ 8X10 STANDARD/INDEX/PRINT SIZE -
Page DPOF p.41
INDEX PRINT SIZE CANCEL NO YES
This menu is available while the camera is connected to a PictBridge supporting printer (direct connection to the camera, sold separately) with a USB cable. Menu tab Main menu IMAGES AUTO SET Sub menu ONE PIC ALL PICS NO YES Secondary menu AUTO POSTCARD CARD LETTER SIZE 4X6 L 2L A4 CUSTOM SET A3 AUTO FULL 1 LAYOUT 16 Menus are subject to change without prior notice. RESET DPOF PRINT p.47 PRINT STANDARD INDEX NO YES NO YES FILE NAME DATE CUSTOM SET Page p.46 p.47 QUALITY TYPE Menu tab Main menu Sub menu Secondary menu AUTO PLAIN PHOTO FAST PHO. AUTO DRAFT NORMAL FINE AUTO OFF ON AUTO OFF ON p.48 p.48 p.48 p.47 Page
Starting the 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. Press the play mode button and press the menu button. 2. Press the LEFT / RIGHT button and select the [SLIDE] menu tab. Start the slide show : The slide show can start only in the [SHOW] menu. 1. Use the Up/ Down buttons to select the [SHOW] menu and press the Right button. SLIDE SHOW PLAY 2. Select a desired sub menu by pressing the Up/ INTERVAL REPEAT Down button. EFFECT [PLAY] : The slide show is closed after one BACK: SET:OK cycle. [REPEAT] : The slide show is repeated until cancelled. 3. Press the OK button to start the slide show. - Press the Pause button to pause the slide show. - Press the Pause button ( ) again to resume the slide show. - To stop the slide show, press the Pause button and then press LEFT/ RIGHT button. Setting play interval: Set the slide show play interval. 1. Use the Up/ Down buttons to select the [INTERVAL] menu and press the Right button. 2. Use the Up/ Down buttons to select the desired interval. 3. Press the OK button to save the configuration.
SHOW INTERVAL EFFECT
The loading time depends on the image size and quality. While the slide show is playing, only the first frame of a MOVIE file is displayed. While the slide show is playing, the voice recording file will not display.
Configure slide show effects : Unique screen effects can be used for the slide show. 1. Select the [EFFECT] sub menu by pressing the UP / DOWN button and press the RIGHT button. SLIDE 2. Use the Up / Down button to select the type of SHOW OFF INTERVAL E1 effect. EFFECT E2 [OFF] : Normal display. E3 BACK: [E1] : Image is displayed slowly from the left. [E2] : Image is displayed slowly from the centre outwards. [E3] : Image moves from the top left. [E4] : The image slides diagonally from top left to bottom right. [MIX] : The image slides irregularly. 3. Press the OK button to confirm the setting.
Rotating an image
You can rotate the stored images by various degrees. 1. Press the play mode button and press the menu button. 2. Press the LEFT/ RIGHT button and select the [ROTATE] menu tab. 3. Select a desired sub menu by pressing the UP/ DOWN button.
RIGHT 90 LEFT HORIZONTAL
Change the resolution (size) of pictures taken. Select [USER IMAGE] to save an image to be the start-up image. The resized image will have a new file name. 1. Press the play mode button and press the menu button. 2. Press the LEFT/ RIGHT button and select the [RESIZE] menu tab. 3. Select a desired sub menu by pressing the UP/ DOWN button and press the OK button. Image Resize Types Resize * 2272 X 1704 O X X X X X 2048 X 1536 O O X X X X 1600 X 1200 O O O X X X 1024 X 768 O O O O X X 640 X 480 O O O O O X USER IMAGE1,2 O O O O O O
2272 X X X X 768
[RIGHT 90: ] Rotate picture in a clock-wise direction
[LEFT 90: ] Rotate picture in a counterclock-wise direction
[180: ] Rotate picture 180 degrees
* 1024 VGA
[HORIZONTAL] : Rotate picture horizontally
[VERTICAL] : Rotate picture vertically
4. Press the OK button. The rotated image will be saved with a new file name and the menu will disappear. If you display the rotated image on the LCD monitor, empty spaces may appear to the left and right of the image.
A large sized image can be resized to a smaller sized image, but not vice versa. Only JPG images can be resized. MOVIE and WAV files cant be resized. You can change the resolution of only those files compressed in the JPEG 4:2:2 format. The resized image will have a new file name. The [USER IMAGE] image is stored not on the memory card but on the internal memory. Only two [USER IMAGE] images can be saved. If you save a new [USER IMAGE] image, the existing startup image will be deleted. If the memory capacity is insufficient to store the resized image, a [CARD FULL!] message will display on the LCD monitor and the resized image will not be stored. * A503 only
If the camera is exposed to an electronic interference, it will turn itself off to protect the memory card. Camera Maintenance - Use a soft brush (available from photo stores) to gently clean the lens and LCD assemblies. If this does not work, lens-cleaning paper with lens cleaning fluid can be used. Clean the camera body with a soft cloth. Do not allow this camera to come into contact with solvent materials such as benzol, insecticide, thinners etc. This may damage the body shell of the camera and also affect its performance. Rough handling can damage the LCD monitor. Take care to avoid damage and keep the camera in its protective carry case at all times when not in use. Do not attempt to disassemble or modify the camera. Under certain conditions, static electricity can cause the flash unit to fire. This is not harmful to the camera and is not a malfunction. Before an important event or going on a trip, you should check the camera condition. - Take a picture for testing the camera condition and prepare extra battery. - Samsung cannot be held responsible for camera malfunctions.
There are several warnings that may appear on the LCD display CARD ERROR! Memory card error Turn off the camera power and turn it on again Insert the memory card again Insert the memory card and format the memory card (p.51)
MEMORY ERROR! Internal memory error Turn off the camera power and turn it on again Format the memory with the memory card removed. (p.51)
CARD LOCKED! The memory card is locked SD memory card : Slide the write protect switch to the top of the memory card
CARD FULL!/ MEMORY FULL! There is insufficient memory capacity to take an image Insert a new memory card Delete unnecessary image files to free up some memory
NO IMAGE! There are no images stored on the memory Take images Insert a memory card that is holding some images
FILE ERROR! File error Format the memory card Memory card error Contact a camera service centre LOW BATTERY! There is low battery capacity Insert fresh batteries OUT OF NUMBER When selecting too many printing pages in the PictBridge menu. Select printing page within the limitation.
- Image edit functions are listed below. Edit menu : You can select the following menus. [Tools] : You can resize or crop the selected image. See the [Help] menu. [Adjust] : You can modify image quality. See the [Help] menu. [Retouch] : You can change image or insert effects on the image. See the [Help] menu. Drawing tools : Tools for editing an image. Image display window : a selected image displays in this window. Preview window : You can preview the changed image. A still image edited with Digimax Master cant be played back on the camera. Refer to the [Help] menu in Digimax Master for further information.
Movie edit : You can combine a still image, movie clip, narration, and music files together in a single file.
Please check the following if the USB connection malfunctions. Case 1 USB cable is not connected or it is not the supplied USB cable. Connect the supplied USB cable.
The camera is not recognised by your PC. Sometimes, the camera may appear under [Unknown Devices] in Device Manager. Install the camera driver correctly. Turn off the camera, remove the USB cable, plug in the USB cable again, and then turn on the camera.
Case 3 - Movie clip edit functions are listed below. Edit menu : You can select the following menus. [Add Media] : You can add other media elements to a movie. [Edit Clip] : You can change the brightness, contrast, colour and saturation. [Effects] : You can insert an effect. [Set Text] : You can insert texts. [Narrate] : You can insert a narration. [Produce] : You can save the edited multi media as a new file name. You can select AVI, Windows media (wmv), Windows media (asf) and movie clip for this camera (avi, MPEG-4) file types. Frame display window : You can insert multi media in this window. Some movie clips that were compressed with a codec that is not compatible with the Digimax Master cant be played back in the Digimax Master. Refer to the [Help] menu in Digimax Master for further information.
There is an unexpected error during file transfer. Turn the camera power off and on again. Transfer the file again.
When using a USB hub. There may be a problem in connecting the camera to the PC through a USB hub if the PC and the hub are not compatible. Whenever possible connect the camera directly to the PC.
Are other USB cables connected to the PC? The camera may malfunction when it is connected to the PC at the same time as other USB cables. In this case, disconnect the other USB cables from the computer and only connect the one USB cable from the camera to the PC.
Case 6 When I open the Device Manager (by clicking Start (Settings) Control Panel (Performance and Maintenance) System (Hardware) Device Manager), there are Unknown Devices or Other Devices entries with a yellow question mark(?) beside them or devices with an exclamation mark(!) beside them. Right-click on the entry with the question (?) or exclamation (!) mark and select "Remove". Restart the PC and connect the camera the again. For Windows 98 PC, remove the camera driver also, restart the PC, and then reinstall the camera driver. When the DirectX 9.0 or later is not installed Install the DirectX 9.0 or later 1) Insert the CD provided with the camera 2) Run the windows explorer and select the [CD-ROM drive:\ USB Driver\DirectX 9.0] folder and click the DXSETUP.exe file.The DirectX will be installed. Visit the following site for downloading the DirectX.http://www.microsoft.com/directx If a PC (Windows 98) stops responding while the camera and PC are connected repeatedly If a PC (Windows 98) is turned on for a long time and the camera is connected repeatedly, the PC may not recognise the camera. In this case, re-start the PC. If a PC connected with the camera stops responding while Windows is starting. In this case, disconnect the PC and the camera and Windows will start. If the problem happens continuously, set the Legacy USB Support to disable and re-start the PC. The Legacy USB Support is in the BIOS setup menu. (The BIOS setup menu differs from the PC manufacturers and some BIOS menus dont have Legacy USB Support) If you cant change the menu by yourself, contact to the PC manufacturer or BIOS manufacturer. If the movie clip cant be deleted, removable disk cant be extracted or an error message displays during the file transfer. If you install only the Digimax Master, the problems mentioned above occasionally happen. - Close the Digimax Master program by clicking the Digimax Master icon on the Taskbar. - Install all the application programs included in the software CD. (You must install the Movie clip codec)
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