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|amanda||8:41pm on Tuesday, October 19th, 2010|
|its light/small and very easy to use (no reading of manual) . Takes great images and has a load of options for displaying on TV.|
|Sam Fur||6:09pm on Friday, September 24th, 2010|
|This is a great camcorder especially for the money. The picture quality is excellent, and the still photos are impressive for a video camera.|
|ejob||9:59am on Monday, June 28th, 2010|
|I bought the base model and I did not realize that it did not have internal memory.|
|0gusT1||1:26pm on Wednesday, May 5th, 2010|
|"Only had this for a couple weeks but so far the picture quality is very good especially for money. Also cant believe how small this is.. I was amazed at the picture quality and features for such a small package and price but the camera stays on black screen most of the time now when i s...|
|rohit||3:13am on Monday, March 22nd, 2010|
|I use this product to film skateboarding. The HD on this camera is pretty good. However, the manual says this camera as a 37mm lens.|
|PH||3:01pm on Saturday, March 13th, 2010|
|Disapponted Bought this camcorder last week. Have to send it back straight away because the display didnot work. It looks like made of cheap plastic.|
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00:00:00 [307Min] 9999
1. Open the LCD screen. 2. Press the PHOTO button lightly to adjust the focus. 3. Fully press the PHOTO button when the subject is in focus.
Using Quick On STBY by opening/closing the LCD screen. When you close the LCD screen during standby, your camcorder goes to Quick On STBY mode (power saving mode). You can start recording quickly when you open the LCD screen. page 81
The default video resolution setting is 1080/50i. You can also record in SD (standard definition) video quality. You can also take photos while recording videos. page 36
STEP : Play back videos or photos
Viewing videos or photos on the LCD screen
You can find recordings quickly by using the thumbnail index view. 1. Touch the Play ( ) tab on the screen in STBY mode.
2. Touch the thumbnail (
STBY 00:00:00 [307Min] 9999
) tab, then touch the desired image.
Viewing on a high definition TV
You can enjoy HD (high definition) videos on an HDTV. page 87
You can also play back videos on an SD (standard definition) image quality TV. page 89
STEP 4: Save recorded videos or photos
Simple and fun! Enjoy the various features of the internal Intelli-studio programme on your Windows computer. Using the Intelli-studio programme built into your camcorder, you can import videos/photos into your computer and edit or share the videos/photos with your friends and family. For details, see pages 94-101
Importing and viewing videos/photos from the camcorder to your PC
1. Launch the Intelli-studio programme by connecting the camcorder to your PC with a USB cable. A new file saving screen appears with the Intelli-studio main window. Click Yes, and the uploading procedure starts. 2. The new files are saved to your PC and registered to Contents Manager on the Intelli-studio programme. You can arrange the files by different criteria such as Face, Date, etc. 3. Double-click on the file you would like to playback.
Contents Manager Saved files into your PC
Folders directory on your PC
Sharing videos/photos on YouTube/Flickr/ FaceBook
The available functions vary depending on the operation mode youve selected. Different indicators appear depending on the setting values. PRECHECK! This On Screen Display (OSD) is shown in the record ( ) mode only. Select the record mode by pressing the MODE button. page 24
Centre of the LCD screen
STBY 00:00:00 [307Min]
Time counter (video recording time) Warning indicators and messages Remaining recordable time Optical zoom / Digital zoom bar Time Zone (visit)
F2 - 0.3
Left of the LCD screen
Right of the LCD screen
Meaning Indicator Meaning
Storage media (Memory card) Battery info. (remaining charge level)
9999 , , ,
Record mode (Video/Photo) Operating status (standby/recording) / Self Timer* SCENE / Smart Auto / Digital Effect White Balance, Fader* Manual focus*, Touch Point*
// / , ,
Image counter (total number of recordable photo images), Photo Resolution, Video Quality, Video Resolution Anti-shake(OIS)
/ S.1/50 /
Manual aperture* / Manual shutter* / Super C.Nite EV (Exposure Value)* Play tab
Tele Macro*, Back Light Cont. Shot, Wind Cut Photo Sharpness Menu tab
Settings of functions marked with * are not retained when the camcorder is turned off. The on-screen indicators are based on an 32GB SDHC memory card capacity. The screen above is an example and may differ from the actual display. For warning indicators and messages, see pages 102~106 The illustrated items above and their positions can be changed without notice to improve performance. The total number of recordable photos is based on available space on the storage media. The largest number the OSD Image Counter can display is 9,999. This camcorder provides one record mode which combines the video and photo record modes. You can easily record videos or photos in the same mode without having to change it.
PRECHECK! This On Screen Display (OSD) is shown in video play ( HD / SD ) mode only. Select the Play ( ) tab on the LCD screen to select the video play ( HD / SD ) mode. page 40
Video play mode
Top of the LCD screen
00:00:05/00:00:50 100_0001 01/JAN/2010 00:00
Operating status (play/pause) Playback time/recorded time Storage media (Memory card) Battery info. (remaining charge level) Play Option
Home London, Lisbon
[GMT 00:00] 01/JAN/2010 00:00
Day Month Year
3. Touch the date and time information, and then change the setting values by using the up ( ) or down ( ) tabs. 4. Make sure the clock is correctly set, and then touch the ( tab. The message Date/Time Set appears. )
/ JAN / 2010
Year Month Day
Date/Time / 01 Set
01/JAN/2010 00:: 00 AM
You can set the year up to 2037, based on the Home item. Set Date/Time Display to On. page 77 Activating the ( ) icon moves the time forward by 1 hour.
Internal rechargeable battery Your camcorder includes a internal rechargeable battery that retains the date and time settings even after the power is turned off. If the battery is depleted, the current date/time values are reset to the default values. If this occurs, you need to recharge the internal rechargeable battery (see below), and then re-set the current date and time. Charging the internal rechargeable battery The internal battery is always recharged while your camcorder is connected to the AC power or while the battery is attached. If you have not used the camcorder for about 2 weeks and you have not connected the AC power or the battery to it, the internal battery fully discharges. If this occurs, charge the internal battery by connecting the camcorder to the supplied AC adaptor for 24 hours.
SELECTING THE LANGUAGES
You can select the language of the menu or messages displayed on the LCD screen. The camcorder retains the language setting even when you turn it off. 1. Touch the Menu ( 2. Touch the up ( ) Setting ( ) tab. )/down ( ) tab until Language appears.
6/6 Language Demo Anynet+(HDMI-CEC)
3. Touch Language, and then touch the desired OSD language. ) tab to complete the setting. 4. Touch the Exit ( ) or Return ( The camcorder displays the menus and messages in the language you selected.
Language English 1/8 Franais Deutsch
Portugus Nederlands Svenska
Franais Deutsch Italiano
Language options may be changed without a prior notice. The camcorder retains the language you select even when not connected to the battery or AC power. The date and time format may change depending on the language you selected.
getting ready to start recording
INSERTING / EJECTING A MEMORY CARD (NOT SUPPLIED)
To insert a memory card
1. Open the memory card cover by sliding the OPEN/CLOSE switch toward OPEN. 2. Insert the memory card into the card slot until it softly clicks. Make sure that the camcorder is placed as shown above and the terminal portion of the card is facing up. 3. Close the memory card cover by sliding the OPEN/CLOSE switch toward CLOSE.
To eject a memory card
1. Open the memory card cover by sliding the OPEN/CLOSE switch toward OPEN. 2. Gently push the memory card to eject it. 3. Close the memory card cover by sliding the OPEN/CLOSE switch toward CLOSE.
To avoid data loss, turn off the camcorder by pressing the Power ( ) button for one second before inserting or ejecting the memory card. Be careful not to push the memory card too hard. The memory card may suddenly pop out. Your camcorder supports only SD (Secure Digital) and SDHC (Secure Digital High Capacity) cards. Card compatibility may vary depending on the manufacturer and the type of memory card.
SELECTING A SUITABLE MEMORY CARD (NOT SUPPLIED)
Compatible memory cards You can use SD (Secure Digital) and SDHC (Secure Digital High Capacity) cards with this camcorder. We recommend you use an SDHC (Secure Digital High Capacity) card. This camcorder supports SD cards up to 2GB. We cannot guarantee normal operation with SD cards bigger than 2GB. MMC (Multi Media Card) and MMC Plus are not supported. Compatible memory card capacity: SD: 1GB ~ 2GB SDHC: 4GB ~ 32GB Use compatible memory card brands. Others are not guaranteed to work. A list of compatible brands is below: - SDHC/SD cards: Panasonic, SanDisk, TOSHIBA For video recording, use a memory card that supports faster write speeds (above SDHC Class 6 card). SD/SDHC memory cards have a mechanical write-protection switch. Setting the switch prevents accidental erasure of files recorded on the card. To enable writing, move the switch up in the direction of the terminals. To set write protection, move the switch down.
Usable memory card (1GB~32GB)
SDHC (Secure Digital High Capacity) cards An SDHC card is a higher version (Ver. 2.00) of the SD card and supports capacities above 2GB. SDHC cards cannot be used with current SD enabled host devices. Common cautions for memory cards Damaged data may not be recoverable. We recommend you make a back-up of important data separately on the hard disk of your PC. Turning the power off or removing a memory card during an operation such as formatting, deleting, recording, and playback may cause data loss. If you modify the name of a file or folder stored in the memory card with your PC, your camcorder may not recognise the modified file.
In Smart Auto mode, your camcorder automatically chooses the appropriate settings based on the type of scene it detects (Indoor, Night, etc.). Smart Auto mode is helpful if you are not familiar with the best camcorder settings for various scenes. 1. Press the SMART AUTO button. The Smart Auto ( ) and Anti-shake(OIS) ( icon appear on the LCD screen. )
2. Align your subject in the frame. The camcorder automatically detects the scene when you align the subject. The appropriate scene icon appears on the LCD screen.
Appears when recording a very bright scene. (White) Appears when recording an outdoor scene. (Landscape) Appears when recording indoors. (Indoor) Appears when recording at night. (Night) Appears when recording a close-up. (Macro) Appears when recording images of landscapes with backlighting. (Backlight)
<When recording a close-up>
3. Press the Recording start/stop button or PHOTO button. pages 34, 37 4. To cancel Smart Auto mode, press the SMART AUTO button again.
) tab / Q.MENU button/ etc. Buttons unavailable during Smart Auto operation: Menu ( Most settings are automatically adjusted in Smart Auto mode. To set or adjust functions on your own, release the Smart Auto mode first. You can not access Smart Auto mode while recording. You must set this function before recording. ). When the camcorder fails to recognise the recording situation, it records in the basic settings ( The camcorder may not select the correct scene depending on shooting conditions, such as camcorder shake, lighting, and distance to the subject. If the camcorder detects more than one scene at the same time, Smart Auto prioritizes as follows: Backlight Macro White Landscape Night Indoor For example, a) If White and Indoor can be applied at the same time, then White is selected and the corresponding icon appears. b) If White and Landscape can be applied at the same time, then White is selected and the corresponding icon appears.
This camcorder allows you to record using optical 10x power zoom and digital zoom by sliding the Zoom lever or pressing the Zoom button on the LCD panel.
To zoom in
You can not combine files that are protected ( ). Cancel the protect function first. page 70 The original videos are not preserved. The Combine function is not available under the following conditions: - If the Videos are in different resolution formats. For example, videos recorded at Video Resolution: 1080/50i and Video Resolution: 720/50p cannot be combined. - If the file size of the combined videos exceeds 1.8 GB. - If the remaining memory space on your memory card is less than 15MB. - If a videos file format is not supported by the camcorder. - When the camcorder is playing a video file.
SETTING MENU ITEMS
Refer to page 45 for setting menus. For item operation details, go to the page number listed in the table under Page.
Items Card Info File No. Time Zone Date/Time Set Date Type Time Type Date/Time Display LCD Brightness Auto LCD Off Beep Sound Shutter Sound Auto Power Off Quick On STBY PC Software USB Connect HDMI TV Out TV Connect Guide TV Display Format Default Set Language Demo Anynet+(HDMI-CEC) Default value Series Home 01/JAN/2010 00:00 (Summer Time : Off) 01/JAN/Hr Off 18 On On On 5 Min 5 Min On Mass Storage Auto On English On On Page 86
Menu options and default values may be changed without prior notice. The time type may change depending on the language you selected.
This function shows you the storage information of the memory card, such as used memory space, available memory space, etc.
PRECHECK! Insert a memory card. page 28
1. Touch the Menu ( ) Setting ( ) tab Card Info. Used memory space, available memory space, and recordable time appear. Available space and recordable time depend on the video resolution youve selected. 2. To exit the menu, touch the Return ( ) tab.
Used: 40.5MB Free: 30.8GB [HD]1080/50i Super Fine : 253Min Fine : 307Min Normal : 390Min
Use this function if you want to delete all files completely or to correct problems on the storage media.
) Setting ( ) tab Format.
TV Connect Guide TV Display Format Default Set
2. Touch Yes Yes. The format is executed and the formatting message appears.
Do not remove the storage media or perform any other operation (such as turning off the power) during formatting. Also, be sure to use the provided AC power adapter to power the camcorder when formatting. The memory card may be corrupted if the battery becomes exhausted during formatting and the formatting process stops before the card is completely formatted. If the storage media becomes corrupted, format it again.
Do not format the storage media on a PC or other device. Make sure to format the storage media on this camcorder. You can not format a memory card with the protection tab set to lock. page 29 If there is no storage media inserted, you can not select the Format function, and its name will be dimmed on the menu. Formatting completely deletes all files and options on a memory card, including protected files. By deleting all files and options, formatting typically corrects problems, enabling stable read/write speeds and operation.
You can set the display format for the time. ) Setting ( ) tab Time Type. 1. Touch the Menu ( 2. Touch the desired display option. 3. To exit the menu, touch the Exit ( ) or Return ( ) tab.
1/1 Time Type 12 Hr 24 Hr
12Hr: Displays the time information in 12 hour units. 24Hr: Displays the time information in 24 hour units. This function depends on the Date/Time Display setting. page 77
You can set whether or not the date and/or time are displayed on the LCD screen.
PRECHECK! Before you use the Date/Time Display function, you must set the date and time. page 76
) Setting ( ) tab Date/Time Display.
Date/Time Display Off Date 1/1 Time Date & Time
2. Touch the desired submenu item. ) tab. 3. To exit the menu, touch the Exit ( ) or Return ( The date/time is displayed on the LCD screen according to the selected option. Submenu items
Off: Current date/time information is not displayed. Date: Displays the current date. Time: Displays the current time. Date & Time: Displays the current date and time.
The date/time will read 01/JAN/2010 00:00 in the following case: - When the internal rechargeable battery is depleted. This function depends on the Date Type and Time Type setting. page 76
You can adjust the brightness of the LCD screen to compensate for ambient lighting conditions. 1. Touch the Menu ( ) Setting ( ) tab LCD Brightness.
LCD Brightness 18
) or increase ( ) tab to adjust the 2. Touch the decrease ( setting values as you want. You can set value for LCD brightness between 0 and 35. 3. To exit the menu, touch the Exit ( ) or Return ( ) tab.
If the surroundings are too bright, adjust the brightness of the LCD screen. Adjusting the LCD screen does not affect the image you are recording. A brighter LCD screen consumes more power.
Auto LCD Off
To reduce power consumption, the camcorder automatically dims the brightness of the LCD screen if the camcorder is idle for a period of time. 1. Touch the Menu ( ) Setting ( ) tab Auto LCD Off. ) or Return ( ) tab.
Auto LCD Off Off On 1/1
Off: Disables the function. On: When the camcorder is idle for more than 2 minutes in the STBY mode, or for more than 5 minutes when recording a video, the power saving mode starts by dimming the LCD screen.
CONNECTING TO A REGULAR TV
You can view images recorded with your camcorder on a regular TV that supports standard definition. This camcorder supports the composite output for standard definition video transfer.
PRECHECK! Use the AC power adaptor to power the camcorder when you connect it to a TV.
Camcorder Signal flow
Connecting an Audio/Video cable for the composite output 1. Connect the camcorder to a TV with an Audio/Video cable. Turn on the camcorder, and then connect an Audio/Video cable. If you do not turn on the camcorder first, the camcorder may fail to recognise the connected TV. 2. Set the TVs input or source selector to the input youve attached the camcorder to. Refer to the TVs instruction manual to see how to select the TV input. 3. Select the playback mode on your camcorder, and then start to play back videos or photos. pages 41~43
Make sure youve connected the camcorder to the correct input jacks. The TV screen may not display the right video information if the camcorder is connected incorrectly. When connecting to a TV using the Audio/Video cable, match the colour of the cables to the colour of the corresponding jacks. Video input may appear green depending on the TV. If this occurs, connect the yellow plug of the Audio/Video cable to the green jack of the TV. When the camcorder is connected to a TV with more than one type of cable, the camcorder outputs video signals in the following order of priority: - HDMI Audio/Video (composite) output This camcorder comes with the TV Connect Guide menu function. If you try to connect the camcorder to a TV and dont have your users manual, you can use the TV Connect Guide menu function to view connection instructions on the camcorders screen. page 83 If your TV has one audio jack (mono input), connect the yellow plug of the Audio/Video cable to the video jack, the white plug to the audio jack, and leave the red plug unconnected. When you connect the camcorder to a TV using the Audio/Video cable, images recorded in high-definition image quality (1080/50i or 720/50p) are played back in standard definition image quality.
VIEWING ON A TV SCREEN
Image appearance depends on the TV screen aspect ratio Recording ratio Appearance on Wide (16:9) TV Appearance on 4:3 TV
Images recorded in a 16:9 ratio: Video images Photo images Photo capture images
Adjust the volume to a moderate level. If the volume is too high, the video may include noise. If TV Display is set to Off, the TV screen does not display the camcorders OSD (On Screen Display) menus. page 84
DUBBING TO A VCR OR DVD/HDD RECORDER
Videos recorded in this camcorder can be dubbed to a VCR or DVD/HDD recorders.
PRECHECK! Videos are dubbed to the other recording device via analogue data transfer (composite connection). Use the supplied Audio/Video cable. Use the AC power adaptor to power the camcorder when you dub to a VCR or DVD/HDD recorder.
Printer (Compatible with PictBridge)
To set the date/time imprint for Pictbridge printers
1. In the printer mode, touch the Menu ( ) tab. The print options appear on the screen. 2. Touch Date/Time. 3. Touch the desired submenu item. ) tab. 4. To exit the menu, touch the Exit ( ) or Return ( The printer prints the selected date and time on the photos.
Off Date 1/1 Time Date & Time
The date/time imprint option may not be supported by all printers. Check with your printer manufacturer. You can not setup the Date/Time menu if the printer does not support this option. PictBridge is a registered trademark of CIPA (Camera & Imaging Products Association), an image transfer standard developed by Canon, Fuji, HP, Olympus, Seiko Epson, and Sony. Use the AC power adaptor to power your camcorder during PictBridge direct printing. Turning the camcorder off during printing might damage data on the storage media. You can not print video images. You can not print photos recorded on other devices. Various printing options are available depending on the printer. Refer to the printer's user manual for details.
using with a Windows computer
WHAT YOU CAN DO WITH A WINDOWS COMPUTER
You can perform the following functions by connecting your camcorder to your Windows computer with a USB cable and using the Intelli-studio editing software built into your camcorder.
Intelli-studio editing softwares main functions. - Playing back recorded videos or photos. - Editing recorded videos or photos. - Uploading the recorded videos and photos to YouTube, Flickr, Facebook, etc. You can transfer or copy the files (videos and photos) saved on the storage media into your computer (the mass storage function).
The following requirements must be satisfied to use the internal editing software (Intelli-studio): Items OS CPU Requirement Microsoft Windows XP SP2, Vista, or Windows 7 Intel Core 2 Duo 1.66 GHz or higher is recommended AMD Athlon X2 Dual-Core 2.2 GHz or higher is recommended (Notebook: ntel Core2 Duo 2.2GHz or AMD Athlon X2 Dual-Core 2.6GHz or higher I is recommended) 1GB or higher is recommended NVIDIA GeForce 8500 or higher, ATI Radeon HD 2600 series or higher 1024 x 768, 16-bit colour or higher (1280 x 1024, 32-bit colour recommended) USB 2.0 DirectX 9.0c or higher A Class 6 SDHC card or above.
RAM Video Card Display USB Direct X
* Memory Card
System requirements mentioned above are recommendations. Even on a system that satisfies the requirements, Intelli-studio may not operate optimally. On a slower computer than recommended, video playback may skip frames or operate erratically. If the version of DirectX on your computer is lower than 9.0c, install DirectX 9.0c or higher. We recommend transferring the recorded videos to a PC before playing back or editing the video data. To run Intelli-studio, a laptop computer requires better and faster components than a desktop PC. Intelli-studio is not Macintosh compatible.
USING THE Intelli-studio PROGRAMME
Using the Intelli-studio programme built into your camcorder, you can transfer video and photo files to your PC using a USB cable and edit them on your PC screen. Intelli-studio offers the most convenient way for you to manage your video and photo files. Step 1. Connecting the USB cable 1. Set USB Connect: Mass Storage and PC Software: On. These are the default settings. 2. Connect the camcorder to a PC with the USB cable. A new file saving window appears along with the Intelli-studio main window. Depending on your version of Windows, the Windows removable disk window may also appear. 3. Click Yes in the new file saving window. The uploading procedure starts. Click Yes to confirm. If you do not want to save any new files, select No.
To disconnect the USB cable To disconnect the USB cable after completing the file transfer, you must follow these steps: 1. Click the Safely Remove Hardware icon on the taskbar. 2. Select USB Mass Storage Device, and then click Stop. 3. If the Stop a Hardware device window appears, click OK. 4. Disconnect the USB cable from the camcorder and PC.
Use the provided USB cable. (Supplied by Samsung) Make sure you insert the USB plug into the USB jack with the plug facing in the correct direction. Use the AC power adaptor to power the camcorder when transferring files to your computer. When the USB cable is connected, turning the camcorder on or off may cause the PC to malfunction. If you disconnect the USB cable from the PC or the camcorder while transferring files, the data transmission will stop and the data may be damaged. If you connect the camcorder to a PC via a USB HUB or simultaneously connect the camcorder along with other USB devices, the camcorder may not work properly. If this occurs, remove all USB devices from the PC, and then reconnect the camcorder. Intelli-studio may not automatically run. If this occurs, access My Computer or Windows Explorer, open the drive that corresponds to your camcorder, find Intelli-studio, and then run iStudio.exe.
Step 2. About the Intelli-studio main window When the Intelli-studio starts up, video and photo thumbnails are displayed in the main window.
1. Menu items 2. Switches to Library of the computer and connected camcorder. 3. Switches to Photo Edit mode. 4. Switches to Movie Edit mode. 5. Switches to Share mode. 6. : Changes the size of thumbnails. : Displays all files (videos and photos). : Displays video files only. : Displays photo files only. : Displays voice files only. 7. Minimizes the connected device screen. 8. Displays videos and photos in various ways. Thumbnails: Displays video and photo thumbnails. Smart Album: Arranges multiple videos and photos by various classifications. Global Map: Displays the locations where photos and videos were shot on a map.
9. Selects the connected device. 10. Shows Contents Manager and My Computer directories. Contents Manager: You can classify and manage videos and photos on your computer. Computer: You can view videos and My photos saved in selected directories of your computer. 11. Shortcut icons : Navigates files (previous and next). : Prints selected photo(s). : isplays locations where you shot D selected photo(s) with GPS information. : Registers to Contents Manager. : anages the registry of faces in the M selected photo folder.
Intelli-studio is a programme commonly used in Samsung camcorders or digital cameras. Some functions listed above may not work on the product you purchased.
Step 3. Playing back videos or photos You can play back the recordings conveniently using the Intelli-studio application. 1. Run the Intelli-studio programme. page 95 2. Click the desired folder to display your recordings. Video or photo thumbnails appear on the screen, depending on the folder you selected. 3. Choose the video or photo that you want to play. You can view the file information by moving the mouse over the file. If you click a video thumbnail once, the video plays back inside the thumbnail frame, allowing you to search for a desired scene with ease. 4. After you select the video or photo you want, double-click to play back. Playback starts and the controls appear.
Intelli-studio supports the following file formats: - Video formats: MP4 (Video: H.264, Audio: AAC), WMV (WMV 7/8/9) - Photo formats: JPG, GIF, BMP, PNG, TIFF
Step 4. Editing videos or photos With Intelli-studio, you can edit the videos or photos in various ways with various functions. (Change Size, FineTuning, Image Effect, Insert Frame, etc.) Before editing a video or photo in Intelli-studio, make a backup copy of the video or photo file and store it on your computer for safe-keeping using My Computer or Windows Explorer.
Your camcorder does not support this file format. Try another file recorded on your camcorder. Turn the printers power off and on. Contact the printer manufacturers service centre. Do not remove the camcorders power source or eject the memory card during printing.
There is a problem with the printer.
A problem occurred during printing.
SYMPTOMS AND SOLUTIONS
If these instructions do not solve your problem, contact your nearest Samsung authorised service centre. Power
Symptom Explanation/Solution The battery may not be installed in your camcorder. Insert the battery into the camcorder. The inserted battery may be discharged. Charge the battery or replace it with a charged one. If you use the AC power adaptor, make sure it is properly connected to a wall outlet. Is Auto Power Off set to 5 Min? If no button is pressed for about 5 minutes, the camcorder is automatically turned off (Auto Power Off). To disable this option, change the setting of Auto Power Off to Off. page 80 The battery is almost exhausted. Charge the battery or replace it with a charged one. Remove the battery or unplug the AC power adaptor, and connect the power supply to the camcorder again before turning it on. The temperature is too low. The battery is not fully charged. Charge the battery again. The battery has reached the end of its lifespan and cannot be recharged. Use another battery.
The camcorder does not turn on.
The power turns off automatically.
Power cannot be turned off.
The battery discharges quickly.
Symptom The TV screen or LCD display has distorted images or has stripes at the top/bottom or on the left/right. Unknown image appears on the LCD screen. Unknown indicator appears on the screen. An afterimage remains on the LCD screen. Explanation/Solution This can occur when recording or viewing a 16:9 ratio image on a 4:3 ratio TV, or vice versa. For more details, see the display specification. page 90 The camcorder is in Demo mode. If you do not want to see Demo images, change Demo to Off. page 85 A warning indicator or message appears on the screen. pages 102~106 This occurs if you disconnect the AC power adaptor or remove the battery before turning the power off.
The image on the LCD screen looks Ambient light is too bright. Adjust the brightness and angle of the LCD. dark.
Symptom Pressing the Recording start/stop button does not start recording. The actual recording time is less than the estimated recording time. Explanation/Solution Press the MODE button to set the record mode. page 24 There is not enough free space to record on the storage media. Check if memory card is not inserted or write-protect tab is set to lock. The estimated recording time may vary depending on content and features used. When you record an object that moves quickly, the actual recording time may be shortened. There is no more free space for recording on the storage media. Back up important files on your PC and format the storage media or delete unnecessary files. If you make recordings or delete files frequently, the performance of the storage media deteriorates. If this occurs, format the storage media again. If you use a memory card with a low write speed, the camcorder automatically stops recording videos and displays a message on the LCD screen. This is not a malfunction. This is not a malfunction. Date/Time Display is set to Off. Set the Date/Time Display to On. page 77 Set your camcorder to the record mode. page 24 Release the lock on the write-protection tab of the memory card if any. The storage media is full. Use a new memory card or format the storage media. page 74 Or remove unnecessary images. page 69 Set Shutter Sound to On. During dual recording (video and photo), the Shutter Sound is off. When the Mini HDMI cable or Audio/Video cable is connected to the camcorder, the Shutter Sound is not available. Set Beep Sound to On. Beep sound is temporally off while recording videos. When the Mini HDMI cable or Audio/Video cable is connected to the camcorder, the Beep Sound is not available. On your camcorder, there may be a slight time delay between the point where you press the Recording start/stop button and the actual point where the recorded video starts/stops. This is not an error. This occurs when recording images under a fluorescent lamp, sodium lamp, or mercury lamp. This is not a malfunction.
Intelli-studio does not function properly.
Intelli-studio does not start.
Set PC Software to On in the Settings menu or install Intellistudio on the computer. pages 82, 99 Video playback or sound may stop temporarily depending on your computer. The video or sound copied to your computer is not affected. If your camcorder is connected to a computer that does not support Hi-speed USB (USB2.0), the image or sound may not play correctly. Images, video, and sound copied from the camcorder to your computer are not affected. Check the system requirements to play a video. Shut down all other applications currently running on the computer. If you play a video on your camcorder when it is connected to a computer, the video may not play smoothly on the computer, depending on the transfer speed. Please copy the file to your PC, and then play it back.
Your computer is not playing videos, images, or sound located on your camcorder properly.
The playback screen is paused or distorted.
Symptom Explanation/Solution Has the camcorder been left unused for a long period of time? The backup internal rechargeable battery may be discharged. page 26 The date and time are incorrect.
Menu items that cannot be used at the same time
Symptom Menu items are greyed out Cannot use Photo Resolution Because of the following settings Cont. Shot
You cannot select greyed menu items in the current recording/playback mode. There are some functions you cannot activate simultaneously. The list shown above shows examples of unworkable combinations of functions and menu items. Menu and quick menu cannot be used in Smart Auto mode. The following functions cannot be used during video recording: Video Resolution, Video Quality, Photo Resolution, Photo Sharpness, Fader, Cont.Shot, Digital Zoom, Self Timer. The following functions are automatically set to Off or Auto mode in the Smart Auto mode: SCENE, Shutter, Digital Effect, Tele Macro, etc. In the Smart Auto mode, your camcorder automatically chooses the appropriate camcorder settings based on a detected type of scene. Most settings are automatically adjusted in Smart Auto mode. To set or adjust functions on your own, release the Smart Auto mode first.
maintenance & additional information
The suggestions below will help you fulfill any warranty obligations and allow you to enjoy this product for many years.
Cautions when storing
For safekeeping of the camcorder, turn off the camcorder. - Remove the battery and AC power adaptor. - Remove the memory card.
Cleaning the camcorder
Before cleaning, turn off the camcorder and remove the battery and AC power adaptor. To clean the exterior - Wipe gently with a soft dry cloth. Do not apply excessive force when cleaning. Gently rub the surface. - Do not use benzene or thinner to clean the camcorder. The exterior coating could peel off or the case could deteriorate. To clean the LCD screen Wipe very gently with a soft dry cloth. Be careful not to damage the screen. To clean the lens Use a blower brush to remove dust, and then wipe the lens gently with a soft cloth. If necessary, wipe gently with lens paper or tissue. - Mould may form if the lens is left dirty. - If the lens looks dim, turn off the camcorder and leave it off for about 1 hour.
Canon POWERSHOT S95
10 MP Compact Camera, 4x opt. Zoom, opt. Image Stabiliser, 3'' Display, HD-Video
14 MP Compact Camera, 5x opt. Zoom, electr. Image Stabiliser, 2.7'' Display
12 MP Compact Camera, 4x opt. Zoom, electr. Image Stabiliser, 2.7'' Display
12 MP Compact Camera, 5x opt. Zoom, electr. Image Stabiliser, 2.7'' Display
02.2 A020 A030
Nikon COOLPIX S5100
12.2 MP Compact Camera, 5x opt. Zoom, opt. Image Stabiliser, 2.7'' Display, HD-Video
14.1 MP Compact Camera, 5x opt. Zoom, opt. Image Stabiliser, 3'' Display, HD-Video
14.2 MP Compact Camera, 5x opt. Zoom, opt. Image Stabiliser, 3.5'' Display, HD-Video
12.2 MP Compact Camera, 4x opt. Zoom, electr. Image Stabiliser, 2.7'' Display, HD-Video
Casio EXILIM EX-Z800
14.1 MP Compact Camera, 4x opt. Zoom, opt. Image Stabiliser, 2.7'' Display, HD-Video
Fujifilm FINEPIX S1700
12.2 MP Bridge Camera, 15x opt. Zoom, electr. Image Stabiliser, 3'' Display, HD-Video
Panasonic LUMIX DMC-FX70EG-K
03.2 A013 03.2 A015 03.2 B016 03.2 B016 03.2 B017 03.2 C015 03.2 C017 03.2 A013 03.2 A015 03.2 B016 03.2 B016 03.2 B017 03.2 C015 03.2 C017
Casio EXILIM EX-S200
14.1 MP Compact Camera, 5x opt. Zoom, opt. Image Stabiliser, 3'' Display, Full HD-Video
03.2 A013 03.2 A015 03.2 B016 03.2 B016 03.2 B017 03.2 C015 03.2 C017 03.2 A013 03.2 A015 03.2 B016 03.2 B016 03.2 B017 03.2 C015 03.2 C017 03.2 A013 03.2 A015 03.2 B016 03.2 B016 03.2 B017 03.2 C015 03.2 C017 03.2 A013 03.2 A015 03.2 B016 03.2 B016 03.2 B017 03.2 C015 03.2 C017 04.2 A010 B019
10.1 MP Compact Camera, 4x opt. Zoom, opt. Image Stabiliser, 3'' Display, HD-Video
14.1 MP Bridge Camera, 24x opt. Zoom, opt. Image Stabiliser, 3'' Display, HD-Video
Fujifilm FINEPIX S2800HD
14 MP Bridge Camera, 18x opt. Zoom, opt. Image Stabiliser, 3'' Display, HD-Video
Fujifilm FINEPIX JX280
14 MP Compact Camera, 5x opt. Zoom, electr. Image Stabiliser, 2.7'' Display, HD-Video
Fujifilm FINEPIX JV110
12.2 MP Compact Camera, 3x opt. Zoom, electr. Image Stabiliser, 2.7'' Display, HD-Video
Sony CYBER-SHOT DSC-T99 B
14.1 MP Compact Camera, 4x opt. Zoom, opt. Image Stabiliser, 3'' Display, HD-Video
Sony CYBER-SHOT DSC-WX 5 B
12.2 MP Compact Camera, 5x opt. Zoom, opt. Image Stabiliser, 2.8'' Display, Full HD-Video
Kodak EASYSHARE C195
14 MP Compact Camera, 5x opt. Zoom, 3'' Display
05.2 F030 05.2 E020 F029 05.2 F020 G029
Nikon AF-S 200 / 2G ED VR II NIKKOR
Nikon AF-S 35 / 1,4 G NIKKOR
Pentax 35 / 2.4 DA AL
Leica 35 / 1,4 SUMMILUX-M ASPH.
Canon EF 70-300 / 4-5.6 L IS USM
Tokina 16 - 28 / 2,8 PRO FX
Canon EF 300 / 2.8L IS II USM
Canon EF 400 / 2.8L IS II USM
Nikon 24 - 120 / 4 G AF-S ED VR NIKKOR
Nikon 85 / 1.4 G AF-S NIKKOR
Nikon 55 - 300 / 4,5 - 5,6 G AF-S DX ED VR NIKKOR
Nikon 28 - 300 / 3,5 - 5,6 G AF-S ED VR FX
Carl Zeiss 35 / 1,4 DISTAGON T*
02.1 C011 D012 02.1 B011 C010 Boulevard Piazza P010
Olympus 75 - 300 / 4,8 - 6,7 M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED
Olympus 40 - 150 / 4,0 - 5,6 M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED
Tamron 70 - 300 / 4,0 - 5,6 SP DI VC USD
04.2 D010 E019
Sigma 17 - 50 / 2,8 EX DC OS HSM
Sigma 70 - 200 / 2,8 APO /EX/DG/OS/HSM
Metz MECABLITZ 58 AF-2 DIGITAL
Metz MECABLITZ 50 AF-1 DIGITA
Canon CANOSCAN LIDE 210
Flatbed Scanner, 4800dpi, USB
Canon CANOSCAN LIDE 110
Flatbed Scanner, 2400dpi, USB
09.1 A018 B019 02.2 C016 02.2 B013 C014 02.2 B015 C018
Epson PERFECTION V 330 PHOTO
Epson PERFECTION V 33
Canon SELPHY CP800
Dye Sublimation Printer, 300x300 dpi, USB, Memory Card Slot
Canon PIXMA IP4850
Colour Inkjet Printer, 9600x2400 dpi, Duplex Print, USB
Canon I-SENSYS LBP6750DN
B&W Laser Printer, 600x600 dpi, Duplex Print, Ethernet
Canon PIXMA MG5250
All-in-one Inkjet Colour Printer, 9600x2400 dpi, LCD Display, Duplex Print, Bluetooth, WLAN, Memory Card Slot
Canon PIXMA MG8150
All-in-one Inkjet Colour Printer, 9600x2400 dpi, LCD Display, Duplex Print, Ethernet, WLAN, Memory Card Slot
Canon PIXMA MP280
All-in-one Inkjet Colour Printer, 4800x1200 dpi
Pentax 18 - 135 / 3,5 - 5,6 SMC DA ED AL (IF) DC WR
Sigma 120 - 300 / 2.8 EX DG OS HSM
Sigma 150 / 2.8 EX DG OS HSM MACRO
Panasonic 14 / 2.5 ASPH LUMIX G
03.2 A013 03.2 A015 03.2 B016 03.2 B016 03.2 B017 03.2 C015 03.2 C017 03.2 A013 03.2 A015 03.2 B016 03.2 B016 03.2 B017 03.2 C015 03.2 C017 03.2 A013 03.2 A015 03.2 B016 03.2 B016 03.2 B017 03.2 C015 03.2 C017 05.2 F031
Panasonic 100 - 300 / 4.0 - 5.6 G VARIO OIS
Panasonic 12.5 / 12 LUMIX G
SHU42L05UC Dmix 300 Kxtg6512 Dimage E323 Maxxum 5000 KDC-M907 AK33MA Timex W-15 Architecture 2010 SP-RK-001 350Z-2004 Dvdr75 17 ICF-M410V 18-2-LI LM-U4050A DSC-ST80 22LH2000 Gigaset A200 F5D6130 10 IS E1070 Ru 240 Lego 1280 Magic I-S6 LE32R84B FV-300H DMC-LS1 Vista-20P Xeu DFL-210 Pocket PC AVR-3310CI DV140 ES-7103 649-M2 Acer D150 DR-M10S Doro 720 WD-16NEW RX-V396RDS 1 1 ESP7200 Samsung 710T YP-Z5FZ PSR36 Lavamat 700 Router Scanmaker I900 Toshiba TPM 6 JM4 Mercedes-benz Vito SVT-4 PRO AJL308 DVD-E235 FAX-L120 MD-MT770 661 A Sunfire 1996 KX-TCD150CE SCX-4521FG DVD-P142 LA32R71B Afipr CDM-7892R Fast3302 DCR-TRV16 M2000 PM-2000 UE-32C6510 DCR-DVD608 Laserjet 8100 CPX 2600 Ultra Zoom Vision II EWS1046 Datatraveler CDX-GT25 Sbcvl1405 VS-840 Transsport 1998 Daytona MP53 P200D M150E512KFM Programming Mincer LE26B450c4H CCD-TR413 MB4210 CN270 Fortemanager MR-16hdcd HCD551 DC311 Macro-adapter-M HD105SI BMW 530D ES-8243 Computer Link EP719 NWZ-E344 MY411C
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