How do I use my digital camera?

Please see the guides below on how to use the digital cameras.

Adjusting the brightness level of the LCD screen on the Samsung camera or camcorderClick to Expand

THe LCD brightness options are Auto, Dark, Normal and Bright. To change the brightness level, you will need to:

1 Rotate the mode dial to the settings cog icon. Depending on your camera, you may need to choose menu and then the settings cog icon.
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2 Select Display, then Brightness
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3 Adjust the brightness to the level you want
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Adjusting the screen brightness on NX series camerasClick to Expand

To adjust the screen brghtness on the NX series cameras, you wil need to:

1 Turn on your camera
2 Go to Settings mode
3 Select Display Adjust
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4 Select Display Brightness
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5 Press the plus sign to increase the brightness and the minus sign to decrease it
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6 Select OK to set the new brightness level
Adjusting the screen brightness on Compact series camerasClick to Expand
1 Turn on your camera
2 Go to Settings mode
3 Select Display Brightness
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4 Select the brightness level you desire

Auto allows your camera to dictate the brightness level based on its remaining battery charge.

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5 Select OK to confirm your selection
Turning on the LCD front screenClick to Expand

To turn on the front LCD on your camera, simply power on your camera and the press the button on top of the camera marked F.LCD.

What does JPEG stand for?Click to Expand

JPEG (often seen with its file extension .jpg or .jpeg) stands for "Joint Photographic Experts Group", which is the name of the group who created the JPEG standard. 

 

JPEG is a commonly used method of digital image compression: when you create an image or capture a photo and save the picture in a JPEG format you will reduce the quality of the image in exchange for making its file size smaller. 

 

This particular compromise between size and quality is popular on the internet as JPEGs are generally quick to upload and download, even on slower internet connections. The JPEG format is also useful for digital cameras for taking good quality photos that take up little space on digital camera memory cards.

What is meant by 'depth of field'Click to Expand

Depth of field refers to the portion of a scene that appears sharp in the image. When you focus on a subject there is a range in which objects close by and far away will also be in focus. This focused range is called the depth of field. You can check the depth of field in all exposure modes in Samsung cameras.

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What should I do if my Samsung digital camera does not save photos to my memory card?Click to Expand
1 Check the user manual

Check the camera specifications in your user manual to check what sort of memory card your camera can take and what the maximum capacity for such a card is.

2 Format the memory card

 If you are using an existing memory card with data (photos etc) on then please ensure you make a back up to your PC to prevent data loss.

 

Click into the menu and locate Format:

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Select Yes:

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3 Have you received a “Card Locked” message?

SD, SDHC, SDXC and UHS-1 cards have a “Write-protect switch”. Please check to make sure this switch isn't in the locked position. In the image below, it is the small grey switch on the side of the card.

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Where can I find the user manual for my digital camera?Click to Expand

Go to the manuals & software downloads page, select Camera & Camcorder, then select your model number from the list. This will then take you to the support page for your model. You will find the manual and any updated software or drivers under Download Manuals on that page (underneath Solutions & Tips) .

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