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  • Another Memory Card Works Fine

    If using another memory card works fine, the initial memory card may be damaged or not supported by your Samsung camera. Format the memory card in your camera before taking pictures, this will result in less issues with the memory card as time goes by. [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Macintosh

    To Transfer images from your camera to your Mac, follow these steps: Turn on your Mac, and then connect your camera to your Mac using the USB cable and power on your Camera. An icon appears on your Macintosh desktop labeled Untitled. Note: If an icon for the Camera does not appear on [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • How To Change Your Camera's Picture Resolution

    To change the picture resolution on your camera, follow the steps below: Power on your Camera. Tap the resolution icon on your cameras LCD screen. Tap the desired resolution. Notes: As you increase the resolution on your camera, the file size and pixel count will increase. The [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Camera Batteries Drain Too Quickly

    Your cameras battery will drain more quickly if one of the following conditions occur: You disconnect the charging cable before the battery is fully charged. You use the Zoom frequently when using the LCD display feature. You use the camera in a cold environment. The battery is [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Connecting Your Camera to Your VCR

    To connect your camera to your VCR, you must use the A/V cable provided with your camera. In addition, your VCR must be equipped with A/V Inputs. Using the A/V Cables provided, connect the appropriate end of the cable to the camera. Connect the yellow and the white ends of the A/V cable to [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • How To Format The Memory In Your Camera

    Warning: When you format memory, the formatting process deletes all images, including protected images. If you have images you do not want to lose in your camera's memory or on the memory card you intend to format, download the images to your PC before formatting. To format the internal [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • The Camera Will Not Take A Picture

    If you camera does not take a picture when you press the shutter button, you may have a defective memory card. To test your camera and the memory card, follow these steps: Power off your camera. Remove the battery from your camera. If you have a memory card inside the camera, remove that as [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • How To View Images Taken By Your Camera

    To view the images taken by your camera, follow these steps: Turn your camera on. Press the Playback button on the back of your camera. The camera displays your images on the LCD screen. Note: The Playback button has the following icon on or next to it: Scroll through the images by [Troubleshooting Guide]

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    Looking for More? The links below will point you in the direction of other helpful information for your product. You will also find new ideas and inspiration to create and connect. SPSN: Product Videos Samsung Simulator: A New Way to Get the Answers You Want Shop and Compare [FAQs]

  • What Does The Shutter Speed Setting On My Camera Mean?

    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 [FAQs]

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