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How to Fix a Camera in PTP Mode If your camera is unable to take photos because it is stuck in PTP mode (PTP mode displays on the screen), follow the steps below to exit PTP and return to normal mode. Power the camera off. Simultaneously press the shutter button (the button used to take
How Do I Improve Image Quality When Taking Pictures At Night With My Samsung Camera? Many events or occasions may be at night, and we've all seen disappointing night photos that turned out blurry or grainy. Depending on your model of camera, different modes or options can be selected to help
How Do I Clean My Samsung Camera Lens? Cleaning your camera lens is easy, but a couple precautions need to be taken to avoid damaging the lens. Warning: Do not use facial tissues, paper towels, or other types of paper. Facial tissues have a rough texture and will scratch your lens. Warning:
What is Smart Auto? Smart Auto takes the guess work out of taking great photos. Smart Auto chooses the best mode from 16 modes; the camera automatically adjusts to the scenery around you for the best possible picture. The 16 modes are below: Portrait Macro Portrait Night Portrait
How to Lock/Unlock Your SD Card Note: locking an SD card makes it write-protected, so that photos can not be saved to or deleted from the card while it is locked. Note: Only full-sized SD cards have locks; microSD cards do not have locks. To Unlock or Lock your SD card, follow these steps:
How to Charge a Camera Battery Important: Overcharging batteries may shorten battery life, so disconnect the cable from your camera when charging is complete. Before using the camera for the first time, the battery must be charged. To charge the camera battery: Open the side cover and plug
Aperture is one of the three factors that determine exposure. The aperture housing contains thin, metal plates that open and close to let light through the aperture and into the camera. The size of the aperture is related to the amount of light. A larger aperture allows more light. A smaller
The ISO setting number indicates the camera's sensitivity to light. The higher the ISO number, the greater the sensitivity to light. When changing the ISO setting: Increase the ISO number setting for clearer photos in dim light or near darkness areas. Decrease the ISO number setting
Some cameras have a setting for alkaline or rechargeable batteries. If the camera is not set to the type of batteries you are using, the batteries may drain faster than they should. This video shows you how to properly set the battery type.
Camera Mode & each default' condition
Recording & Playing A Movie Clip.
If the LCD screen is blank or black when you have your camera in the Camera or Play mode, the camera may need service. To determine if this is the case, follow these steps: Press the Menu button to see if the LCD screen can display the OSD (On Screen Display). Set your camera to Play mode,
Shutter Speed refers to the amount of time it takes to open and close the shutter. It controls the amount of light which passes through the aperture before it reaches the image sensor. The faster the shutter speed, the amount of light is less. The slower the shutter speed, the amount of light
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