Samsung | NX2000 | Samsung SMART CAMERA NX2000 User Manual

USER
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ENG This user manual includes detailed usage instructions
for your camera. Please read this manual thoroughly.
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Health and safety information
Always comply with the following precautions and usage tips to avoid
dangerous situations and ensure peak performance of your camera.
Warning—situations that could cause injury to yourself
or others
Do not disassemble or attempt to repair your camera.
This may result in electric shock or damage to the camera.
Do not use your camera near flammable or explosive gases
and liquids.
Prevent damage to subjects’ eyesight.
Do not use the flash in close proximity (closer than 1 m/3 ft) to people or
animals. If you use the flash too close to your subject’s eyes, this can cause
temporary or permanent eyesight damage.
Keep your camera away from small children and pets.
Keep your camera and all accessories out of the reach of small children
and animals. Small parts may cause choking or serious injury if swallowed.
Moving parts and accessories may present physical dangers as well.
Do not expose the camera to direct sunlight or high
temperatures for an extended period of time.
This may cause a fire or explosion.
Prolonged exposure to sunlight or extreme temperatures can cause
permanent damage to your camera’s internal components.
Do not insert flammable materials into the camera or store
these materials near the camera.
Avoid covering the camera with blankets or clothes.
This may cause a fire or electric shock.
Do not handle your camera with wet hands.
This may result in electric shock.
The camera may overheat, which may distort the camera or cause a fire.
Do not handle the power supply cable or go near the charger
during a thunderstorm.
This may result in electric shock.
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Health and safety information
If liquid or foreign objects enter your camera, immediately
disconnect all power sources, such as the battery or AC adapter,
and then contact a Samsung service center.
Comply with any regulations that restrict the use of a camera in
a certain area.
• Avoid interference with other electronic devices.
Caution—situations that could cause damage to your
camera or other equipment
Remove the batteries from your camera when storing it for an
extended period of time.
Installed batteries may leak or corrode over time and cause serious
damage to your camera.
• Turn off the camera when in an aircraft. Your camera can cause
interference with aircraft equipment. Follow all airline regulations and
turn off your camera when directed by airline personnel.
• Turn off the camera near medical equipment. Your camera can interfere
with medical equipment in hospitals or health care facilities. Follow all
regulations, posted warnings, and directions from medical personnel.
Avoid interference with pacemakers.
Maintain the distance between this camera and all pacemakers to avoid
potential interference, as recommended by the manufacturer and research
groups. If you have any reason to suspect that your camera is interfering
with a pacemaker or other medical device, turn off the camera immediately
and contact the manufacturer of the pacemaker or medical device for
guidance.
Use only authentic, manufacturer-recommended,
Lithium-ion replacement batteries. Do not damage or heat the
battery.
Inauthentic, damaged, or heated batteries may cause a fire or personal
injury.
Use only Samsung-approved batteries, chargers, cables and
accessories.
• Using unauthorized batteries, chargers, cables or accessories can cause
batteries to explode, damage your camera, or cause injury.
• Samsung is not responsible for damage or injuries caused by
unapproved batteries, chargers, cables or accessories.
Use the battery only for its intended purpose.
Misusing the battery may cause a fire or electric shock.
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Health and safety information
Do not touch the flash while it fires.
The flash is very hot when fired and may burn your skin.
When you use the AC adapter, turn off the camera before you
disconnect the power to the AC adapter.
Failing to do so may result in fire or electric shock.
Disconnect the AC adapter from the wall socket when not in
use.
Failing to do so may result in fire or electric shock.
Exercise caution when you connect cables and install batteries
and memory cards.
If you force the connectors, improperly connect cables, or improperly
install batteries and memory cards, you can damage ports, connectors,
and accessories.
Keep cards with magnetic strips away from the camera case.
Information stored on the card may be damaged or erased.
Never use a damaged battery, or memory card.
This may result in electric shock or camera malfunction or cause a fire.
Do not use a damaged power supply cable, AC adapter, or
loose outlet when you charge batteries.
Do not place the camera in or near magnetic fields.
This may cause a fire or electric shock.
Doing so may cause the camera to malfunction.
Do not allow the AC adapter to come in contact with the +/terminals on the battery.
Do not use the camera if the screen is damaged.
This may cause a fire or electric shock.
If the glass or acrylic parts are broken, visit a Samsung service center to
have the camera repaired.
Do not drop or subject the camera to strong impacts.
Doing so may damage the screen or external or internal components.
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Health and safety information
Check that the camera is operating properly before use.
Avoid interference with other electronic devices.
The manufacturer takes no responsibility for any loss of files or damage
that may result from camera malfunction or improper use.
Your camera emits radio frequency (RF) signals that may interfere
with unshielded or improperly shielded electronic equipment, such as
pacemakers, hearing aids, medical devices, and other electronic devices in
homes or vehicles. Consult the manufacturers of your electronic devices
to solve any interference problems you experience. To prevent unwanted
interference, use only Samsung-approved devices or accessories.
You must plug the small end of the USB cable into your
camera.
If the cable is reversed, it may damage your files. The manufacturer is not
responsible for any loss of data.
Do not expose the lens to direct sunlight.
Use your camera in the normal position.
Avoid contact with your camera’s internal antenna.
This may discolor the image sensor or cause it to malfunction.
Data transference and your responsibilities
If the camera overheats, remove the battery and allow it to
cool down.
• Data transferred via WLAN could be leaked, so avoid transferring
• Prolonged usage of the camera may overheat the battery and raise
• The camera manufacturer is not liable for any data transfers that infringe
the internal temperature of the camera. If the camera stops operating,
remove the battery and allow it to cool down.
sensitive data in public areas or on open networks.
on copyrights, trademarks, intellectual property laws, or public decency
ordinances.
• High internal temperatures may result in noise in your photos. This is
normal and does not affect your camera’s overall performance.
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button.
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Contents
Tips
Chapter 1
Concepts in Photography
My Camera
Shooting postures....................................................................................... 13
Getting started ............................................................................................ 28
Unpacking.................................................................................................................... 28
Camera layout .............................................................................................. 29
Holding the camera ..................................................................................................... 13
Standing photography ............................................................................................... 14
Crouching photography ............................................................................................ 14
Aperture ........................................................................................................ 15
Using the DIRECT LINK button ................................................................................ 31
Using the command dial........................................................................................... 32
Aperture value and the depth of field .................................................................. 16
Inserting the battery and memory card ................................................. 33
Shutter speed............................................................................................... 17
ISO sensitivity .............................................................................................. 18
How the aperture setting, shutter speed, and ISO sensitivity
control exposure ......................................................................................... 19
Correlation between focal length, angle, and perspective ................ 20
Depth of field ............................................................................................... 21
What controls out-of-focus effects? ....................................................................... 21
Optical preview ............................................................................................................. 23
Composition ................................................................................................. 23
Rule of Thirds .................................................................................................................. 23
Photos with two subjects .......................................................................................... 24
Flash ............................................................................................................... 25
Flash guide number ..................................................................................................... 25
Bounce Photography .................................................................................................. 26
Removing the battery and memory card ........................................................... 33
Charging the battery and turning on your camera.............................. 34
Charging the battery................................................................................................ 34
Turning on your camera ......................................................................................... 34
Performing the initial setup ...................................................................... 35
Selecting a mode......................................................................................... 36
Accessing a Mode screen ....................................................................................... 36
Mode description ...................................................................................................... 36
Rearranging icons ..................................................................................................... 37
Selecting functions (options) ................................................................... 38
Using m .............................................................................................................. 38
Using the Smart panel ............................................................................................. 39
Using the touch screen .............................................................................................. 40
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Display icons ................................................................................................ 41
In Shooting mode ..................................................................................................... 41
Capturing photos ........................................................................................................ 41
Recording videos ......................................................................................................... 42
About the level gauge ............................................................................................... 42
In Playback mode ...................................................................................................... 43
Viewing photos ............................................................................................................ 43
Playing videos ............................................................................................................... 43
Changing the information displayed ................................................................. 44
Lenses ............................................................................................................ 45
Lens layout................................................................................................................... 45
Locking or unlocking the lens................................................................................. 46
Lens markings ............................................................................................................ 49
Accessories ................................................................................................... 50
External flash layout ................................................................................................. 50
Connecting the external flash ................................................................................. 51
GPS module layout (optional) .............................................................................. 53
Attaching the GPS module .................................................................................... 53
Shooting modes .......................................................................................... 55
Auto mode ................................................................................................................... 55
Smart mode................................................................................................................. 57
Using the Best Face mode ........................................................................................ 58
Capturing panoramic photos .................................................................................. 59
Program mode ........................................................................................................... 61
Program Shift ................................................................................................................ 61
Minimum shutter speed............................................................................................ 62
Aperture Priority mode ........................................................................................... 62
Shutter Priority mode .............................................................................................. 63
Manual mode.............................................................................................................. 64
Using the Bulb function ............................................................................................ 65
Custom mode ............................................................................................................. 65
Saving a custom mode .............................................................................................. 65
Selecting a custom mode ......................................................................................... 66
Recording a video ..................................................................................................... 66
Using i-Function ........................................................................................................ 68
Using Z ............................................................................................................... 69
3D mode ....................................................................................................................... 70
Available functions by shooting mode ............................................................. 71
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Chapter 2
Framing mode ............................................................................................. 92
Shooting Functions
Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) ............................................................. 93
Size and Resolution .................................................................................... 74
Photo size ..................................................................................................................... 74
Quality ........................................................................................................................... 75
ISO sensitivity .............................................................................................. 76
Drive (shooting method) ........................................................................... 94
Single ............................................................................................................................. 94
Continuous .................................................................................................................. 94
Burst ............................................................................................................................... 95
Timer .............................................................................................................................. 95
Auto Exposure Bracketing (AE Bracket)............................................................. 96
White Balance Bracketing (WB Bracket) ............................................................ 96
Picture Wizard Bracketing (P Wiz Bracket) ........................................................ 97
Metering........................................................................................................ 98
Multi ............................................................................................................................... 98
Spot ................................................................................................................................ 99
Center-weighted ....................................................................................................... 99
Dynamic Range ......................................................................................... 100
White Balance .............................................................................................. 77
Customizing preset White Balance options ....................................................... 78
Picture Wizard (photo styles) .................................................................... 80
Smart Filter ................................................................................................... 81
AF mode ........................................................................................................ 82
Single AF....................................................................................................................... 83
Continuous AF ............................................................................................................ 83
Manual focus............................................................................................................... 84
AF area ........................................................................................................... 85
Selection AF ................................................................................................................ 85
Multi AF......................................................................................................................... 86
Face detection AF...................................................................................................... 86
Self-Portrait AF ........................................................................................................... 87
Touch AF........................................................................................................ 88
Touch AF ....................................................................................................................... 88
AF Point......................................................................................................................... 88
Tracking AF .................................................................................................................. 88
One touch shot .......................................................................................................... 89
Focus assist ................................................................................................... 90
MF Assist ....................................................................................................................... 90
Focus Peaking ............................................................................................................. 90
Measuring the exposure value of the focus area ........................................ 91
Flash ............................................................................................................. 101
Reducing the red-eye effect ............................................................................... 102
Adjusting the flash intensity .............................................................................. 102
Exposure compensation .......................................................................... 104
Exposure lock ............................................................................................. 105
Video functions ......................................................................................... 106
Movie size.................................................................................................................. 106
Movie quality ........................................................................................................... 106
Multi Motion ............................................................................................................ 107
Fader ........................................................................................................................... 107
Voice............................................................................................................................ 108
Wind cut .................................................................................................................... 108
Mic Level.................................................................................................................... 108
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Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Playback/Editing
Wireless network
Searching and managing files ................................................................ 110
Viewing photos ....................................................................................................... 110
Viewing image thumbnails................................................................................. 110
Viewing files by category .................................................................................... 111
Viewing files as a folder........................................................................................ 111
Protecting files ........................................................................................................ 112
Connecting to a WLAN and configuring network settings............... 124
Connecting to a WLAN ......................................................................................... 124
Lock/Unlock all files .................................................................................................. 112
Deleting files ............................................................................................................ 113
Deleting a single file ................................................................................................. 113
Deleting multiple files.............................................................................................. 113
Deleting all files .......................................................................................................... 113
Viewing photos.......................................................................................... 114
Enlarging a photo .................................................................................................. 114
Viewing a slide show............................................................................................. 114
Auto rotating ........................................................................................................... 115
Creating a print order (DPOF) ............................................................................ 115
Playing videos ............................................................................................ 116
Trimming a video during playback .................................................................. 116
Capturing an image during playback ............................................................. 117
Editing photos ........................................................................................... 118
Cropping a photo ................................................................................................... 118
Rotating a photo .................................................................................................... 119
Resizing photos....................................................................................................... 119
Adjusting your photos.......................................................................................... 120
Retouching faces .................................................................................................... 121
Reducing red-eye ................................................................................................... 121
Applying Smart Filter effects.............................................................................. 122
Setting network options ......................................................................................... 125
Manually setting the IP address ........................................................................... 125
Using the login browser....................................................................................... 125
Network connection tips ..................................................................................... 126
Entering text ............................................................................................................ 127
Saving files to a smart phone automatically ....................................... 128
Sending photos or videos to a smart phone ....................................... 129
Using a smart phone as a remote shutter release .............................. 131
Using Auto Backup to send photos or videos ..................................... 133
Installing the program for Auto Backup on your PC.................................. 133
Sending photos or videos to a PC .................................................................... 133
Sending photos or videos via email ...................................................... 135
Changing email settings...................................................................................... 135
Storing your information ........................................................................................ 135
Setting an email password ..................................................................................... 136
Changing the email password .............................................................................. 137
Sending photos or videos via email ................................................................ 137
Using photo or video sharing websites ................................................ 139
Accessing a website .............................................................................................. 139
Uploading photos or videos............................................................................... 140
Using Samsung Link to send files .......................................................... 141
Uploading photos to online storage ............................................................... 141
Viewing photos or videos on devices that support Samsung Link...... 142
Sending photos using Wi-Fi Direct ........................................................ 144
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Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Camera settings menu
Connecting to external devices
User settings............................................................................................... 146
ISO Customizing ..................................................................................................... 146
Viewing files on an HDTV or 3D TV ........................................................ 158
Viewing files on an HDTV .................................................................................... 158
Viewing files on a 3D TV....................................................................................... 159
Transferring files to your computer....................................................... 160
Transferring files to your Windows OS computer ....................................... 160
ISO Step ......................................................................................................................... 146
Auto ISO Range .......................................................................................................... 146
Noise Reduction .....................................................................................................
Bracket Set ................................................................................................................
DMF (Direct Manual Focus) ................................................................................
Color space ...............................................................................................................
Distortion Correct ..................................................................................................
Save as Custom Mode ..........................................................................................
iFn Customizing ......................................................................................................
User Display..............................................................................................................
Key Mapping ............................................................................................................
Grid Line ....................................................................................................................
AF Lamp .....................................................................................................................
146
147
147
148
149
149
149
149
150
151
151
Setting ......................................................................................................... 152
Connecting the camera as a removable disk................................................... 160
Disconnecting the camera (for Windows XP) .................................................. 161
Transferring files to your Mac OS ...................................................................... 161
Using programs on a computer ............................................................. 163
Installing programs from the provided CD ................................................... 163
Available programs when using i-Launcher .................................................... 163
Using i-Launcher .................................................................................................... 163
Requirements for Windows OS ............................................................................. 163
Requirements for Mac OS ....................................................................................... 164
Opening i-Launcher .................................................................................................. 164
Using Multimedia Viewer ........................................................................................ 165
Downloading the firmware .................................................................................... 166
Downloading the PC Auto Backup program ................................................... 166
Installing Adobe Photoshop Lightroom ........................................................ 167
Using Adobe Photoshop Lightroom ............................................................... 167
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Chapter 7
Before contacting a service center ........................................................ 181
Appendix
Camera specifications .............................................................................. 184
Error messages .......................................................................................... 169
Glossary....................................................................................................... 189
Maintaining the camera........................................................................... 170
Cleaning the camera ............................................................................................. 170
Optional accessories................................................................................. 195
Camera lens and display ......................................................................................... 170
Image sensor ............................................................................................................... 170
Camera body ............................................................................................................... 170
FCC notice ................................................................................................... 200
Index ............................................................................................................ 197
Using or storing the camera ............................................................................... 171
Inappropriate places to use or store the camera ........................................... 171
Using on beaches or shores ................................................................................... 171
Storing for extended period of time ................................................................... 171
Using the camera with caution in humid environments ............................ 172
Other cautions ............................................................................................................ 172
About memory card .............................................................................................. 173
Supported memory card ........................................................................................ 173
Memory card capacity ............................................................................................. 174
Cautions when using memory cards .................................................................. 176
About the battery .................................................................................................. 177
Battery specifications ............................................................................................... 177
Battery life .................................................................................................................... 178
Low battery message ............................................................................................... 178
Notes about using the battery.............................................................................. 178
Cautions about using the battery........................................................................ 179
Notes about charging the battery ....................................................................... 179
Notes about charging with a computer connected...................................... 180
Handle and dispose of batteries and chargers with care ............................ 180
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Shooting postures
A correct posture for stabilizing the camera is necessary for taking a good
photo. Even if you hold a camera correctly, the wrong posture can cause
the camera to shake. Stand up straight and remain still to maintain a
steady base for your camera. When shooting with a slow shutter speed,
hold your breath to minimize body movement.
Holding the camera
Hold the camera with your right hand and place you right index finger on
the shutter button. Place your left hand under the lens for support.
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Standing photography
Compose your shot; stand up straight with your feet shoulder-length
apart, and keep your elbows pointed down.
Crouching photography
Compose your shot, crouch with one knee touching the ground, and keep
a straight posture.
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Aperture
The aperture, a hole that controls the amount of light that enters the
camera, is one of the three factors that determine the 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 closely related to the brightness of a photo: the larger the aperture, the
brighter the photo; the smaller the aperture, the darker the photo.
Aperture sizes
The size of the aperture is represented by a value known as an “F-number.”
The f-number represents the focal length divided by the diameter of the
lens. For example, if a lens with a 50 mm focal length has an f-number of
F2, the diameter of the aperture is 25 mm. (50 mm/25 mm=F2) The smaller
the f-number, the greater the size of the aperture.
The opening in the aperture is described as the Exposure Value (EV).
Increasing the Exposure Value (+1 EV) means the amount of light doubles.
Decreasing the Exposure Value (-1 EV) means the amount of light halves.
You can also use the exposure compensation feature to fine-tune the
amount of light by subdividing exposure values into 1/2, 1/3 EV, and so on.
+1 EV
Minimum aperture
Medium aperture
-1 EV
Maximum aperture
F1.4
F2
F2.8
F4
F5.6
F8
Exposure Value Steps
Darker photo
(aperture opened slightly)
Brighter photo
(aperture opened wide)
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Aperture value and the depth of field
You can blur or sharpen the background of a photo by controlling the
aperture. It is closely related to the depth of field (DOF), which can be
expressed as small or large.
The aperture housing contains several blades. These blades move together and
control the amount of light passing through the center of the aperture. The
number of blades also affects the shape of light when shooting night scenes. If
an aperture has an even number of blades, light divides into an equal number
of sections. If the number of blades is odd, the number of sections is double the
number of blades.
For example, an aperture with 8 blades divides light into 8 sections and an
aperture with 7 blades into 14 sections.
A photo with a large DOF
A photo with a small DOF
7 blades
8 blades
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Therefore, the faster the shutter speed, the less light will be let in. Likewise,
the slower the shutter speed, the more light will be let in.
Shutter speed
Shutter speed refers to the amount of time it takes to open and close the
shutter, and it is an important factor in the brightness of a photo, as it
controls the amount of light which passes through the aperture before it
reaches the image sensor.
As the photos below illustrate, a slow shutter speed allows more time
to let light in, so the photo becomes brighter. On the other hand, a fast
shutter speed allows less time to let light in and the photo becomes
darker and more easily freezes subjects in motion.
Usually, the shutter speed is manually adjustable. The measurement of the
shutter speed is known as the “Exposure Value” (EV), which is marked in
intervals of 1 s, 1/2 s, 1/4 s, 1/8 s, 1/15 s, 1/1000 s, 1/2000 s, and so on.
+1 EV
Exposure
-1 EV
0.8 s
1s
1/2 s
1/4 s
1/8 s
1/15 s
0.004 s
1/30 s
Shutter Speed
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ISO sensitivity
The exposure of an image is determined by the sensitivity of the camera.
This sensitivity is based on international film standards, known as ISO
standards. On digital cameras, this sensitivity rating is used to represent
the sensitivity of the digital mechanism that captures the image.
ISO sensitivity doubles as the number doubles. For example, an
ISO 200 setting is capable of capturing images at twice the speed of an
ISO 100 setting. However, higher ISO settings can result in “noise”—small
specks, spots, and other phenomena in a photo that give the shot a noisy
or dirty appearance. As a general rule, it is best to use a low ISO setting
to prevent noise in your photos, unless you are shooting in darkened
environments or at night.
Because a low ISO sensitivity means the camera will be less sensitive to
light, you need more light to have an optimal exposure. When using a low
ISO sensitivity, open the aperture more or reduce the shutter speed to
allow more light to enter the camera. For example, on a sunny day when
light is abundant, a low ISO sensitivity does not require a slow shutter
speed. However, in a dark place or at night, a low ISO sensitivity will
result in a blurry photo. Therefore, it is recommended to increase the ISO
sensitivity by a moderate amount.
A photo captured with a tripod and
high ISO sensitivity
A blurred photo with a low ISO sensitivity
Changes in the quality and brightness according to ISO sensitivity
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How the aperture setting, shutter speed,
and ISO sensitivity control exposure
The aperture setting, shutter speed, and ISO sensitivity are closely
interconnected in photography. The aperture setting controls the opening
that regulates the light that enters the camera, while the shutter speed
determines the length of time that light is allowed to enter. ISO sensitivity
determines the speed at which the film reacts to light. Together, these
three aspects are described as the triangle of exposure.
Settings
Shutter speed
Aperture
value
Results
Fast speed
= less light
Slow speed
= more light
Fast = still
Slow = blurry
A change in shutter speed, aperture value, or ISO sensitivity can be offset
by adjustments to the others to maintain the amount of light. The results,
however, change according to the settings. For example, shutter speed is
useful in expressing movement, aperture can control the depth of field,
and ISO sensitivity can control the graininess of a photo.
Settings
Results
ISO sensitivity
High sensitivity
= more sensitive to light
Low sensitivity
= less sensitive to light
High = more grainy
Low = less grainy
Wide aperture
= more light
Narrow aperture
= less light
Wide = small depth of field
Narrow = large depth of field
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Correlation between focal length, angle,
and perspective
Long focal length
Focal length, which is measured in millimeters, is the distance between
the middle of the lens to its focal point. It affects the angle and perspective
of captured images. A short focal length translates into a wide angle,
which allows you to capture a wide shot. A long focal length translates
into a narrow angle, which allows you to capture telephoto shots.
telephoto lens
telephoto shot
Short focal length
narrow angle
Look at these photos below and compare the changes.
wide-angle lens
wide shot
wide angle
20 mm angle
50 mm angle
200 mm angle
Normally, a lens with a wide angle is suitable for shooting landscapes and a lens
with a narrow angle is recommended for shooting sports events or portraits.
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What controls out-of-focus effects?
Depth of field
Portraits or still-life photos mostly acclaimed by people are the ones on
which the background is out of focus so the subject looks pronounced.
Depending on the focused areas, a photo can be blurred or sharpened.
This is called ‘a low DOF’ or ‘a high DOF’.
The depth of field is the focused area around the subject. Therefore, a
small DOF signifies that the focused area is narrow and a large DOF means
the focused area is wide.
DOF depends on aperture value
The wider the aperture is (namely the lower the aperture value), the lower
the DOF becomes. Under the condition where the other values including
shutter speed and ISO sensitivity are equal, a low aperture value leads to a
photo with a low DOF.
A photo with a small DOF, which stresses the subject and makes the rest
of it blurred, can be obtained by using a telescope lens or selecting a low
aperture value. Conversely, a photo with a large DOF which shows all the
elements on the photo sharply focused can be achieved by using a wide
angle lens or selecting a high aperture value.
50 mm F5.7
Small Depth of Field
50 mm F22
Large Depth of Field
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DOF depends on focal length
The longer the focal length is, the lower the DOF gets. A telescope lens
with a longer focal length than a wide-angle lens with a short focal length
is better to capture a photo of a low DOF.
DOF depends on the distance between the subject and the
camera
The shorter the distance between the subject and the camera is, the lower
the DOF gets. Therefore, taking a photo close to a subject can result in a
photo of low DOF.
A photo captured with a 100 mm telescope lens
A photo captured with a 20 mm wide-angle
lens
A photo captured with a 100 mm telescope
lens
A photo captured close to the subject
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Optical preview
You can touch the Custom button on the screen to view the optical
preview before capturing a photo. The camera adjusts the aperture to the
predefined settings and shows the results on the screen. Set the Custom
button to Optical Preview. (p. 150)
Composition
It is fun to capture a photo of the beauty of world with a camera. No
matter how the world is beautiful, however, a poor composition cannot
capture the beauty of it.
When it comes to composition, it is very important to prioritize subjects.
F
Composition in photography means arranging objects in a photo. Usually,
abiding by the rule of thirds leads to a good composition.
Rule of Thirds
To use the rule of thirds, divide the image into a 3x3 pattern of equal
rectangles.
To compose photos that best emphasize the subject, make sure the
subject is located at one of the corners of the center rectangle.
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Concepts in Photography
Using the rule of thirds will create photos with stable and compelling
compositions. Below are a few examples.
Photos with two subjects
If your subject is in one corner of the photo, it creates an unbalanced
composition. You can stabilize the photo by capturing a second subject in
the opposite corner to balance the weight of the photo.
Subject 2
Subject 1
Unstable
Subject 2
Subject 1
Stable
When taking landscape photos, centering the horizon will create an
unbalanced effect. Give more weight to the photo by moving the horizon
up or down.
Subject 1
Subject 1
Subject 2
Subject 2
Unstable
Stable
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Concepts in Photography
Flash guide number
Flash
Light is one of the most important components in photography. It is not
easy, however, to have an enough amount of light anytime and anywhere.
Making use of a flash allows you to optimize light settings and create a
variety of effects.
Flash, also known as strobe or speed light, helps to create adequate
exposure in low-light conditions. It is also useful in light-abundant
situations. For example, flash can be used in compensating the exposure
of a subject’s shadow or capturing clearly both the subject and the
background in backlit conditions.
The model number of a flash refers to the flash’s power, and the maximum
amount of light created is represented by a value known as a “guide
number.” The bigger the guide number, the more light is emitted from the
flash. The guide number is achieved by multiplying the distance from the
flash to the subject and the aperture value when the ISO sensitivity is set
to 100.
Guide number = Flash to Subject Distance X Aperture value
Aperture value = Guide number / Flash to Subject Distance
Flash to Subject Distance = Guide number / Aperture value
Therefore, if you know the guide number of a flash, you can estimate an
optimum flash to subject distance when setting the flash manually. For
example, if a flash has a guide number of GN 20 and is 4 meters away from
the subject, the optimal aperture value is F5.0.
Before correction
After correction
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Concepts in Photography
Bounce Photography
Bounce photography refers to the method of bouncing light off of the
ceiling or walls so that the light spreads evenly over the subject. Normally,
photos captured with flash may appear unnatural and cast shadows.
Subjects in photos captured with bounce photography cast no shadows
and look smooth due to evenly spread light.
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Chapter 1
My Camera
Learn about your camera’s layout, display icons, lens, optional accessories,
and basic functions.
My Camera
Getting started
Unpacking
Check your product box for the following items.
Camera
(including the body cap and hot-shoe
cover)
AC adapter/USB cable
Rechargeable battery
External flash
Software CD-ROM
(User manual included)
Adobe Photoshop Lightroom DVD-ROM
Quick Start Guide
Strap
• The illustrations may differ from your actual items.
• You can purchase optional accessories at a retailer or a Samsung service center. Samsung is not responsible for any
problems caused by using unauthorized accessories. For information about accessories, refer to page 195.
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My Camera
Camera layout
1
2
3 4
No.
5 6
4
16
7
15
14
7
1
8
9
10
13
2
12
11
Name
No.
Name
Command dial
• In the Smart panel: Move to a desired
8
Image sensor
9
Speaker
10
NFC tag
11
Lens release button
12
Lens mount
13
Lens mount index
14
AF-assist light/Timer lamp
15
Power switch
16
Shutter button
option or adjust a selected option.
• In Shooting mode: Access a Mode
screen in Shooting mode or adjust
shutter speed, aperture value, or
exposure value in some shooting
modes.
• In Playback mode: View thumbnails
or enlarge/reduce a photo.
DIRECT LINK button: Start a preset Wi-Fi
function. (p. 31)
Internal antenna
3
* Avoid contact with the internal
antenna while using the wireless
network.
4
Microphone
5
Hot-shoe
6
Hot-shoe cover
7
Eyelet for camera strap
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My Camera >
Camera layout
No.
1
Name
Video recording button
Start recording a video.
Status lamp
1
2
3
4
2
3
4
Indicate the status of the camera.
• Blinking: When saving a photo, shooting a video, sending data to a computer, connecting to
WLAN, or sending a photo.
• Steady: When there is no data transfer between the camera and a computer, or the battery is
charging.
Mode button
Access the Mode screen. (p. 36)
Playback button
Enter Playback mode.
USB and shutter release port
5
6
5
Connect the camera to a computer or shutter release. Use a shutter release cable with a tripod to
minimize camera movement.
6
HDMI port
7
8
9
8
7
9
Battery chamber/Memory card cover
Insert a memory card and battery.
Display
Touch the screen to select a menu or an option. (p. 38)
Tripod mount
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Camera layout
Using the DIRECT LINK button
You can turn on the Wi-Fi feature conveniently by pressing [DIRECT LINK].
Press [DIRECT LINK] again to return to the previous mode.
Setting the DIRECT LINK button
You can select a Wi-Fi function to launch when you press [DIRECT LINK].
(p. 150)
To set a DIRECT
LINK option,
In Shooting mode, touch
DIRECT LINK → an option.
→ 5 → Key Mapping →
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My Camera >
Camera layout
Using the command dial
You can adjust options such as aperture value, shutter speed, or exposure
value with the command dial in some shooting modes. Press the
command dial, and then rotate it clockwise or anti-clockwise.
You can also adjust some options with the command dial in the Smart
panel. In the Smart panel, rotate the command dial to move to a desired
option, press the command dial to select it, and then rotate the command
dial to adjust the selected option.
Exposure value
E.g. Adjusting the exposure value in Program mode
To adjust the
exposure value,
On the Mode screen, touch Expert → Program → press the
command dial twice to select the exposure value → rotate the
command dial to adjust.
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My Camera
Inserting the battery and memory card
Learn how to insert the battery and an optional memory card into the
camera.
Removing the battery and memory card
Slide the lock up to release the
battery.
Battery lock
Rechargeable battery
Push the card gently until it
disengages from the camera, and
then pull it out of the slot.
Insert a memory card with the goldcolored contacts facing down.
Memory card
Memory card
Insert the battery with the Samsung logo
facing up.
While the status lamp of the camera is blinking, do not remove the memory card
or battery. Doing so may damage the data stored on the memory card or your
camera.
Rechargeable battery
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My Camera
Charging the battery and turning on your camera
Charging the battery
Turning on your camera
Before you use the camera for the first time, you must charge the battery.
Plug the small end of the USB cable into your camera, and then plug the
other end of the USB cable into the AC adapter.
Set the Power switch to ON.
• To turn your camera off, set the Power switch to OFF.
• The initial setup screen appears when you turn on the camera for the
first time. (p. 35)
ON
OFF
Status lamp
• Red light on: Charging
• Red light off: Fully charged
• Red light blinking: Error
• Use only the AC adapter and USB cable supplied with your camera. If you use
another AC adapter, the camera battery may not charge or work properly.
• You can charge the battery with the USB cable only when the camera is turned
off.
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My Camera
Performing the initial setup
When you turn on your camera for the first time, the initial setup screen
appears. The language is preset for the country or region where the
camera is sold. You can change the language as desired.
4
Touch the up or down arrows to set an option.
Date & Time
Year Month Day
1
Touch Time Zone.
2
Drag the option list up or down, and then touch a time zone.
Hr
Min
DST
Time Zone
[GMT +00:00] London
• The screen may differ depending on the language selected.
[GMT -01:00] Cape Verde
[GMT -02:00] Mid-Atlantic
[GMT -03:00] Buenos Aires, Sao Paulo
5
Touch
6
Touch Date Type → a date type.
7
Touch Time Type → a time type.
8
Touch
.
[GMT -03:30] Newfoundland
3
Touch Date & Time.
to finish the initial setup.
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My Camera
Selecting a mode
Select various modes and functions on the Mode screen.
Mode description
Mode
Accessing a Mode screen
In Shooting or Playback mode, press [h]. Press [h] again to return to
the previous mode. You can also rotate the command dial to access a
Mode screen in Shooting mode.
Description
Auto
Capture a photo with a scene mode selected automatically by
the camera. (p. 55)
Smart
Capture a photo with options that are preset for a specific
scene. (p. 57)
• Program: Capture a photo with settings you have adjusted
•
•
Expert
•
•
manually except the shutter speed and aperture value.
(p. 61)
Aperture Priority: Set the aperture value manually while
the camera automatically selects an appropriate shutter
speed. (p. 62)
Shutter Priority: Set the shutter speed manually while the
camera automatically selects an appropriate aperture value.
(p. 63)
Manual: Adjust both the aperture value and the shutter
speed manually. (p. 64)
Custom: Create your own shooting modes by adjusting
options and saving them. (p. 65)
Auto
Smart
Expert
Wi-Fi
Touch an icon to select a mode or function.
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My Camera >
Mode
Selecting a mode
Description
• MobileLink: Send photos or videos to a smart phone.
•
•
Wi-Fi
•
•
•
(p. 129)
Remote Viewfinder: Use a smart phone as a remote shutter
release and see a preview on your smart phone of an image
from your camera. (p. 131)
Auto Backup: Send photos or videos that you captured
with the camera to a PC wirelessly. (p. 133)
Email: Send photos or videos stored on the camera via
email. (p. 135)
SNS & Cloud: Upload photos or videos to file sharing
websites. (p. 139)
Samsung Link: Upload photos to Samsung Link online
storage or view files on other Samsung Link supported
devices. (p. 142)
Rearranging icons
To change how icons appear on the submode screen of Smart mode or
Expert mode, touch
(Grid View) or (List View) in the upper left corner
of the screen. If you selected List View, drag the option list up or down, or
rotate the mode dial on the screen, and then touch an icon.
<List View>
<Grid View>
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My Camera
Selecting functions (options)
Select menus or options by gently touching an item on the screen with
your fingertip.
4
Drag the option list up or down, and then touch an option.
• If you touch
, a pop-up window with information on features and
settings will be displayed.
Using m
AutoShare
Photo Size
5472x3648 (3:2)
Touch
settings.
Quality
3888x2592 (3:2)
on the screen, and then change shooting options or
Photo Size
2976x1984 (3:2)
ISO
1728x1152 (3:2)
Minimum Shutter Speed
5472x3080 (16:9)
White Balance
E.g. Selecting the photo size in Program mode
1
On the Mode screen, touch Expert → Program.
2
Touch
3
Touch 1 → Photo Size.
5
Touch
to switch to Shooting mode.
.
AutoShare
Photo Size
Quality
ISO
Minimum Shutter Speed
Off
White Balance
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My Camera >
Selecting functions (options)
Using the Smart panel
Touch
on the screen to access some functions such as Exposure,
ISO, and White Balance.
4
Drag the dial on the screen, and then touch
the option.
to adjust
• You can also rotate the command dial to adjust the option. (p. 32)
EV : 0.0
E.g. Adjusting the exposure value in Program mode
1
On the Mode screen, touch Expert → Program.
2
Touch
3
Touch EV.
.
• You can also adjust some options by dragging the dial on the
screen with your finger. Alternatively, rotate the command dial to
move to a desired option, press the command dial to select it, and
then rotate the command dial to adjust the selected option.
EV : 0.0
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My Camera >
Selecting functions (options)
Using the touch screen
Flicking: Gently flick your finger across the screen.
Do not use sharp objects, such as pens or pencils, to touch the screen. You can
damage the screen.
Touching: Touch an icon to select a menu or an option.
• The touch screen may not recognize your inputs if you touch multiple items
at the same time.
• When you touch or drag the screen, discolorations may occur. This is not a
Dragging: Touch and hold an area on the screen, and then drag
your finger.
AutoShare
malfunction, but a characteristic of the touch screen. Touch or drag lightly to
minimize the discolorations.
• The touch screen may not work properly if you use the camera in extremely
humid environments.
• The touch screen may not work properly if you apply screen protection film
or other accessories to the screen.
• Depending on the viewing angle, the screen may appear dim. Adjust the
brightness or viewing angle to improve the resolution.
Photo Size
Quality
ISO
Minimum Shutter Speed
Off
White Balance
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My Camera
Display icons
In Shooting mode
Icon
Description
Capturing photos
1
London
F
2
3
Icon
Description
Auto focus frame
Focus area
Spot metering area
Face detection
Camera shake
White Balance (p. 77)
Manual focus scale
White Balance micro adjustment
Level gauge (p. 42)
Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) (p. 93)
Histogram (p. 150)
Dynamic Range (p. 100)
Focus
Z on
Shutter speed
Z ratio
Aperture value
Smart Filter
Exposure adjustment value
ISO sensitivity (p. 76)
1. Shooting information
Icon
Description
Shooting mode
Current date
Current time
GPS activated*
London
Location information*
Memory card not inserted**
Auto exposure lock (p. 105)
Available number of photos
•
•
•
: Fully charged
: Partially charged
(Red): Empty (recharge
the battery)
* These icons appear when you attach an optional GPS
module.
** Photos that were captured without inserting a memory
card cannot be transferred to a memory card or a computer.
3. Shooting options (Touch)
Icon
Description
F
Custom button (p. 150)
Change Smart mode***
2. Shooting options
Icon
Description
Photo size
RAW file
Drive mode
Flash (p. 101)
AutoShare
Touch AF options
Display type button
Shooting options
Smart panel
*** This icon appears only when you select Smart mode.
Flash intensity adjustment
Metering (p. 98)
AF mode (p. 82)
The icons displayed will change according to the
mode you select or the options you set.
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Display icons
2. Shooting options
Recording videos
1
Icon
Description
Video size
AF mode (p. 82)
2
Metering (p. 98)
White Balance (p. 77)
About the level gauge
The level gauge helps you align the camera with
the horizontal and vertical lines on the display.
If the level gauge is not level, calibrate the level
gauge using the Horizontal Calibration function.
(p. 152)
Vertical
Optical Image Stabilization (OIS)
(p. 93)
White Balance micro adjustment
1. Shooting information
Icon
Fader (p. 107)
Description
Multi Motion (p. 107)
Shooting mode
Voice recording off (p. 108)
Current recording time/Available
recording time
•
•
•
: Fully charged
: Partially charged
(Red): Empty (recharge the
battery)
Horizontal
▲ Level
▲ Unlevel
The icons displayed will change according to the
mode you select or the options you set.
You cannot use the level gauge when you shoot
in portrait orientation.
Cancel Touch AF
Pause or resume recording
Shutter speed
Aperture value
Exposure value
ISO sensitivity (p. 76)
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My Camera >
Display icons
In Playback mode
Viewing photos
1
Playing videos
London
Mode
F No
Shutter
ISO
Metering
Flash
Focal Length
White Balance
EV
Photo Size
Date
Icon
2
Information
3
London
Description
No.
Description
Continuously captured file
1
2
Captured photo
Playback speed
RGB histogram (p. 150)
Multi Motion
Current file/The total number of files
Folder number - File number
File with location information
London
Location information
RAW file
Protected file
3
Icon
Current playback time
Shooting mode, Metering, Flash,
White Balance, Aperture value,
Shutter speed, ISO, Focal length,
Exposure value, Photo size, Date,
Location information
Video length
Capture an image
/
View previous file/Scan backward. (Each
time you touch the scan backward icon,
you change the scan speed in this order:
2X, 4X, 8X.)
/
Pause or resume playback.
Print information added to file (p. 115)
3D file
Stop playback and return to the
previous screen.
Display type button
Playback/Editing menu
Delete files
Edit photos
Trim a video
View image thumbnails
Description
/
View next file/Scan forward. (Each time
you touch the scan forward icon, you
change the scan speed in this order:
2X, 4X, 8X.)
Adjust the volume or mute the sound.
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My Camera >
Display icons
Changing the information displayed
Touch
Mode
on the screen repeatedly to change the display type.
Display type
• Basic shooting information (Shooting mode, Shutter
speed, Aperture value, Exposure value, ISO sensitivity, etc.)
• Basic shooting information + Shooting option buttons
(MENU, Fn, AutoShare, Touch AF) + Level gauge
Shooting
Playback
• Basic shooting information + Shooting option buttons +
Current shooting options information (Photo size, Drive
mode, Flash, Metering, AF mode, etc.)
• Basic shooting information + Shooting option buttons +
Current shooting options information + Histogram + Date
and time
• Basic information
• Display all information about the current file.
• Display all information about the current file including
RGB histogram.
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My Camera
Lenses
You can purchase optional lenses made exclusively for your NX series
camera.
Learn about the functions of each lens and select one that suits your needs
and preferences.
Lens layout
SAMSUNG 20-50 mm F3.5-5.6 ED II lens (example)
No.
Description
1
2
Lens mount index
3
Lens
4
Focus ring (p. 90)
5
i-Function button (p. 68)
6
Zoom ring
7
Lens contacts
Zoom lock switch
7
1
2
6
3
5
4
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My Camera >
Lenses
Locking or unlocking the lens
To lock the lens, pull and hold the zoom lock switch away from the camera
body and rotate the zoom ring as shown in the illustration.
To unlock the lens, rotate the zoom ring as shown in the illustration until
you hear the click.
You cannot capture a photo when the lens is locked.
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My Camera >
Lenses
SAMSUNG 18-55 mm F3.5-5.6 OIS III lens (example)
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
No.
Description
1
2
Lens mount index
3
Focus ring (p. 90)
4
Lens hood mount index
5
Lens
6
i-Function button (p. 68)
7
AF/MF switch (p. 82)
8
Lens contacts
Zoom ring
When not using the lens, attach the lens cap and lens mount cover to protect
the lens from dust and scratches.
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My Camera >
Lenses
SAMSUNG 16 mm F2.4 lens (example)
SAMSUNG 45 mm F1.8 [T6] 2D/3D (example)
6
5
1
2
1
2
3
3
4
4
5
No.
Description
1
2
3
i-Function button (p. 68)
4
Lens
5
Lens contacts
Lens mount index
Focus ring (p. 90)
No.
Description
1
i-Function button (p. 68)
2
3
4
Lens mount index
5
2D/3D switch (p. 70)
6
Lens contacts
Focus ring (p. 90)
Lens
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My Camera >
Lenses
Lens markings
No.
Find out what the numbers on the lens signify.
1
Description
Aperture value
SAMSUNG 18-200 mm F3.5-6.3 ED OIS lens (example)
A range of supported aperture values. For example, 1:3.5–6.3 means
the maximum aperture value range from 3.5 to 6.3.
Focal length
2
The distance from the middle of the lens to its focal point (in
millimeters). This figure is expressed in a range: minimum focal length
to maximum focal length of the lens.
Longer focal lengths result in narrower angles of view and the subject
is magnified. Shorter focal lengths result in wider angles of view.
ED
3
ED stands for Extra-low Dispersion. Extra-low dispersion glass is
effective in minimizing chromatic aberration (a distortion that occurs
when a lens fails to focus all colors to the same convergence point).
OIS (p. 93)
1
2
3 4 5
4
Optical Image Stabilization. Lenses with this feature can detect
camera shake and effectively cancel out the movement inside the
camera.
Ø
5
The lens diameter. When you attach a filter to the lens, make sure that
the diameters of the lens and the filter are the same.
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My Camera
Accessories
You can use accessories including external flash and GPS module that can
help you capture better and more convenient photos.
For more information about optional accessories, refer to the manual for
each accessory.
External flash layout
SEF8A (example)
1
• The illustrations may differ from the actual items.
• You can purchase Samsung-approved accessories at a retailer or a Samsung
service center. Samsung is not responsible for damage caused by using
another manufacturer's accessories.
2
3
No.
Description
1
Bulb
2
Hot-shoe fastening dial
3
Hot-shoe connection
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Accessories
Connecting the external flash
1
Remove the hot-shoe cover from the camera.
2
Mount the flash by sliding it into the hot-shoe.
3
Lock the flash into place by turning the hot-shoe fastening dial
clockwise.
4
Lift up the flash for use.
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Accessories
• You can capture a photo with a flash that is not fully charged, but it is
•
•
•
•
•
recommended to use a fully charged flash.
Refer to the optional accessories page for available external flashes. (p. 195)
The available options may differ depending on the shooting mode.
There is an interval between two bursts of the flash. Do not move until the
flash fires a second time.
SEF8A may not be compatible with other NX series cameras.
For more details about optional flashes, refer to the user manual for the flash.
Use only Samsung-approved flashes. Using incompatible flashes may damage
your camera.
SEF220A (example) (optional)
7
8
1
2
3
6
5
4
No.
Description
1
Display icons
2
READY lamp/Test button
3
MODE button
4
Flash release button
5
Power button
6
Battery cover
7
Bulb
8
TELE/WIDE mode switch
9
Hot-shoe connection
9
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My Camera >
Accessories
GPS module layout (optional)
1
Attaching the GPS module
1
Remove the hot-shoe cover from the camera.
2
Mount the GPS module by sliding it into the hot-shoe.
2
3
4
5
No.
Description
1
Status lamp
2
Power button
3
Hot-shoe fastening dial
4
Hot-shoe connection
5
Battery cover
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My Camera >
Accessories
3
Lock the GPS module into place by turning the hot-shoe
fastening dial towards LOCK.
4
Press the power button of the GPS module.
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My Camera
Shooting modes
Two simple shooting modes—Auto and Smart mode—help you capture
photos with numerous automatic settings. Additional modes allow for
greater customization of settings.
Auto mode
In Auto mode, the camera recognizes surrounding conditions and
automatically adjusts factors that contribute to exposure, including
shutter speed, aperture value, metering, White Balance, and exposure
compensation. As the camera controls most of the functions, some
shooting functions are limited. This mode is useful for capturing quick
snapshots with the least amount of adjustment.
1
On the Mode screen, touch Auto.
2
Align your subject in the frame.
3
Half-press [Shutter] to focus.
• The camera selects a scene. An appropriate scene icon appears at
the screen.
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Shooting modes
Recognizable scenes
Icon
Icon
Description
Description
Forested areas typically consist of green-colored subjects
Landscapes
Close-up photos of colorful subjects
Scenes with bright white backgrounds
Camera is stabilized on a tripod and the subject is not moving for a
certain period of time. (when shooting in the dark)
Landscapes at night
Actively moving subjects
Portraits at night
Fireworks (when using a tripod)
Landscapes with backlighting
Portraits with backlighting
Portraits
Close-up photos of objects
4
Press [Shutter] to capture the photo.
• The camera may detect different scenes, even the same subjects, depending
Close-up photos of text
Sunsets
•
Indoors, dark
•
Partially lit
•
Close-up with spot lighting
Portraits with spot lighting
•
on external factors such as camera shake, lighting, and distance to the
subject.
If the camera does not recognize an appropriate scene mode, it uses the
default settings for the Auto mode.
Even if it detects a face, the camera may not select a portrait mode
depending on the subject's position or lighting.
Even if you use a tripod, the camera may not detect the tripod mode ( ) if
the subject is moving.
The camera consumes more battery power, because it changes settings often
to select appropriate scenes.
Blue skies
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Shooting modes
Smart mode
In Smart mode, you can capture photos with options that are preset for a
specific scene.
Option
Description
Action Freeze
Capture subjects moving at high speed.
Rich Tones
Capture a photo with vibrant colors.
Panorama
Capture a wide panoramic scene in a single photo.
1
On the Mode screen, touch Smart.
Waterfall
Capture scenes with waterfalls.
2
Touch a scene.
Silhouette
Capture subjects as dark shapes against a light
background.
Sunset
Capture scenes at sunset, with natural-looking
reds and yellows.
Night
Capture multiple photos in low light conditions
without a flash. The camera combines them to
create a single image that is brighter and has less
blurring.
Fireworks
Capture scenes with fireworks.
Light Trace
Capture scenes with the light trailing in low-light
conditions.
Creative Shot
Capture photos with effects applied automatically.
• To select another scene in Shooting mode, touch
on the screen,
and then touch a mode from the list.
Option
Description
Beauty Face
Capture a portrait with options to hide facial
imperfections.
Best Face
Capture multiple photos and replace faces to
create the best possible image.
Landscape
Capture still-life scenes and landscapes.
Macro
Capture small or close-up subjects.
3
Half-press [Shutter] to focus, and then press [Shutter] to
capture.
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Shooting modes
Using the Best Face mode
5
• Repeat steps 4 and 5 to replace the rest faces of the photo.
In Best Face mode, you can capture multiple photos and replace faces to
create the best possible image. Use this mode to select the best image for
each individual when capturing group photos.
1
On the Mode screen, touch Smart → Best Face.
2
Align your subject in the frame, and then half-press [Shutter]
to focus.
3
Press [Shutter] to capture the photo.
Touch the best image from the 5 faces that were captured.
• The
icon will appear on the image that the camera recommends.
• The camera captures 5 photos consecutively.
• The first photo is set as the background image.
6
Touch
to save the photo.
• The camera automatically detects faces after shooting.
4
Touch a face to replace.
• Use a tripod to prevent your camera from shaking.
• The resolution is set to 5.9M or smaller.
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Shooting modes
Capturing panoramic photos
5
Capture a 2D or 3D panoramic photo. Captured 3D panoramic photos can
be viewed only on a 3D TV or 3D monitor.
With [Shutter] pressed, slowly move the camera in the
direction you selected.
• In 3D Panorama mode, you can capture a scene only in horizontal
directions.
1
On the Mode screen, touch Smart → Panorama.
• An arrow toward the direction of motion is displayed, and the entire
shooting image is displayed in the preview box.
2
Touch
→ 1 → Panorama → Live Panorama or 3D.
3
Touch
to return to Shooting mode.
4
Press and hold [Shutter] to start shooting.
• When the scenes are aligned, the camera captures the next photo
automatically.
6
When you are finished, release [Shutter].
• The camera will automatically save the shots into one photo.
• If you release [Shutter] while shooting, the panoramic shooting
stops and photos that have been captured are saved.
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• The resolution varies depending on the panoramic photo you captured.
• In Panorama mode, some shooting options are not available.
• The camera may stop shooting due to the shooting composition or the
subject's movement.
• In Panorama mode, your camera may not capture the entire last scene if you
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stop moving the camera to improve the photo quality. To capture the entire
scene, move your camera slightly beyond the point where you want the
scene to end.
In 3D Panorama mode, your camera may not capture the very beginning or
end of a scene due to the nature of the 3D effect. To capture the entire scene,
move slightly beyond the beginning and end points you want to capture.
Photos captured with the 3D function are saved in JPEG (2D) and MPO (3D)
formats. On your camera's display, you can view only JPEG files.
To view 3D files, connect your camera to a 3D TV or 3D monitor with an
optional HDMI cable. While viewing, wear proper 3D glasses.
Capturing photos in 3D Panorama mode may result in a less pronounced 3D
effect than those captured with a 3D lens. To increase the 3D effect, attach
the optional 3D lens and use 3D mode. (p. 70)
• For best results when capturing panoramic photos, avoid the following:
- moving the camera too quickly or too slowly
- moving the camera too little to capture the next image
- moving the camera at irregular speeds
- shaking the camera
- shooting in dark places
- capturing moving subjects nearby
- shooting conditions where the brightness or color of light is changing
• Photos taken are automatically saved, and shooting is stopped under the
following conditions:
- if you change the shooting direction while shooting
- if you move the camera too rapidly
- if you do not move the camera
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Program mode
1
On the Mode screen, touch Expert → Program.
The camera automatically adjusts shutter speed and aperture value so that
an optimal exposure value can be achieved.
2
Set the desired options.
This mode is useful when you want to capture shots of constant exposure
while being able to adjust other settings.
• For a list of options, refer to "Shooting Functions". (p. 73)
3
Half-press [Shutter] to focus, and then press [Shutter] to
capture the photo.
Program Shift
Program Shift function lets you adjust the shutter speed and aperture
value while the camera maintains the same exposure. In Shooting mode,
press the command dial once, and then rotate it anti-clockwise to decrease
the shutter speed and increase the aperture value. Conversely, press the
command dial once, and then rotate it clockwise to increase the shutter
speed and decrease the aperture value.
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Minimum shutter speed
Aperture Priority mode
Set the shutter speed not to be slower than the selected speed. However, if
an optimal exposure value cannot be achieved because the ISO sensitivity
reached the maximum ISO value that is set by Auto ISO Range, shutter
speed may be slower than the selected minimum shutter speed.
To set the
minimum shutter
speed,
In Shooting mode, touch
Speed → an option.
In Aperture Priority mode, the camera automatically calculates shutter
speed according to the aperture value you choose.
You can adjust the depth of field (DOF) by changing the aperture value.
This mode is useful for taking portraits, flowers, or landscape shots.
→ 1 → Minimum Shutter
• This feature is available only when the ISO sensitivity is set to Auto.
• This feature is available only in Program or Aperture priority mode.
Large Depth of Field
Small Depth of Field
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1
On the Mode screen, touch Expert → Aperture Priority.
Shutter Priority mode
2
Press the command dial once, and then rotate it to the left or
right to adjust the aperture value.
3
Set the desired options.
In Shutter Priority mode, the camera automatically adjusts the aperture
value according to the shutter speed you choose. This mode is useful for
capturing photos of fast-moving subjects or for creating tracer effects in a
photo.
For example, set the shutter speed to over 1/500 s to freeze the subject.
To make the subject appear blurred set the shutter speed to below 1/30 s.
• For a list of options, refer to "Shooting Functions". (p. 73)
4
Half-press [Shutter] to focus, and then press [Shutter] to
capture the photo.
• In low-light settings, you may need to increase the ISO sensitivity to prevent
blurred photos.
• To set the minimum shutter speed, in Shooting mode, touch
1 → Minimum Shutter Speed → an option.
→
Slow shutter speed
Fast shutter speed
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1
On the Mode screen, touch Expert → Shutter Priority.
Manual mode
2
Press the command dial once, and then rotate it to the left or
right to adjust the shutter speed.
Manual mode lets you adjust the shutter speed and aperture value
manually. In this mode, you can fully control the exposure of your photos.
3
Set the desired options.
This mode is useful in controlled shooting environments, such as a studio,
or when it is necessary to fine-tune camera settings. The Manual mode is
also recommended for shooting night scenes or fireworks.
• For a list of options, refer to "Shooting Functions". (p. 73)
4
Half-press [Shutter] to focus, and then press [Shutter] to
capture the photo.
In order to compensate for the reduced amount of light allowed by fast shutter
speeds, open the aperture and let in more light. If your photos are still too dark,
increase the ISO value.
1
On the Mode screen, touch Expert → Manual.
2
Press the command dial to select the shutter speed or the
aperture value.
3
Rotate the command dial to adjust the shutter speed or the
aperture value.
4
Set the desired options.
• For a list of options, refer to "Shooting Functions". (p. 73)
5
Half-press [Shutter] to focus, and then press [Shutter] to
capture the photo.
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Using the Bulb function
Use the Bulb function to shoot night scenes or the night sky. While you are
pressing [Shutter], the shutter is left open so you can create moving light
effects.
To use a Bulb,
Custom mode
Custom mode lets you create your own shooting modes by adjusting
options and saving them.
Completely rotate the command dial clockwise to Bulb →
press and hold [Shutter] for the desired time.
Saving a custom mode
1
On the Mode screen, touch Expert → Program, Aperture
Priority, Shutter Priority, or Manual.
2
Set shooting options.
• If you set a high ISO value or open the shutter for a long time, image noise
may increase.
• Drive options, flash, and One touch shot cannot be used with the Bulb
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function.
The Bulb function is available only in Manual mode.
Use a tripod and shutter release to prevent your camera from shaking.
The longer you open the shutter, the longer it takes to save a photo. Do not
turn the camera off while the camera saves a photo.
If you use this function for a long time, use a fully charged battery.
• For a list of options, refer to "Shooting Functions". (p. 73)
3
→ 5 → Save as Custom Mode.
Touch
• You can also touch
4
→
.
Touch a location to save (C1, C2, or C3).
• You can overwrite the settings if an old mode is saved to the same
location.
5
Touch
.
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Selecting a custom mode
Recording a video
1
On the Mode screen, touch Expert → Custom.
2
Touch a mode →
.
• To select another custom mode, touch
Custom Mode → a mode.
→1→
In Shooting mode, you can record Full HD videos (1920X1080) by pressing
(Video recording). The camera lets you record a video up to 29 minutes
and 59 seconds in length at 30, 24, or 15 fps, and saves the files in
MP4 (H.264) format. The maximum recording time when you select
is
20 minutes. 24 fps is available only with 1920X810.
15 fps is available only with some Smart Filter options. The sound is
recorded via the camera's microphone.
• You can change the shooting options in the selected custom mode, and save
them as a new custom mode.
• To reset a custom mode, touch
the custom mode.
→ 1 → Reset Custom Mode →
You can set the exposure by adjusting the aperture value and shutter
speed for the mode you selected. The camera automatically focuses on
the subject that you touch on the screen when shooting a movie. When
you touch the Touch AF cancel button ( ), the camera will switch to
continuous autofocus. When the AF/MF switch on the lens is set to MF, you
cannot use the Touch AF feature.
Touch Fader to fade in or out a scene. You can also select Voice, Wind Cut,
or other options to set recording options. (p. 108)
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1
Shooting modes
On the Mode screen, touch Auto, Smart, or Expert →
Program, Aperture Priority, Shutter Priority, Manual, or
Custom.
• This feature may not work in some modes.
2
Set the desired options.
3
Press
(Video recording) to start recording.
4
Press
(Video recording) again to stop.
• If you change the shooting angle of the camera suddenly while shooting a
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• H.264 (MPEG-4 part10/AVC) is the latest video coding format established
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in 2003 collaboratively by ISO-IEC and ITU-T. Since this format uses a high
compression rate, more data can be saved in less memory space.
If you have the image stabilizer option on when shooting a movie, the
camera may record the image stabilizer sound.
The zoom sound or other lens sounds may be recorded if you adjust the lens
while recording a video.
When using an optional video lens, the autofocus noise is not recorded.
If you remove the camera lens while recording a movie, the recording will be
interrupted. Do not change the lens while recording.
If you attach an external microphone while recording a movie, sound will not
be recorded through the external microphone. (The previous settings are
maintained.) If you remove the external microphone while recording a movie,
sound will not be recorded. Turn off the camera before attaching or removing
the external microphone.
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movie, the camera may not be able to record images accurately. Use a tripod
to minimize camera shake.
The camera supports only the Multi AF function when recording a video. You
cannot use any other focus area setting functions, such as Face Detection AF.
When the size of a movie file exceeds 4 GB, the camera automatically stops
recording even if the maximum recording time (29 minutes and 59 seconds)
has not been reached.
If you use a slow writing memory card, the recording of your movie can
be interrupted because the card cannot process data at the rate the video
is being shot. If this occurs, replace the card with a faster memory card or
reduce the video size (for example, from 1280X720 to 640X480).
When formatting a memory card, always format using the camera. If you
format on another camera or a PC, you can lose files on the card or cause a
change in the capacity of the card.
When you press the video recording button, Z turns off.
While recording a video in the same ISO sensitivity, the screen may be darker
than taking a photo. Adjust the ISO sensitivity.
When you record a video in Program, Aperture Priority, or Shutter Priority,
ISO is automatically set to Auto.
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Using i-Function
3
Adjust the focus ring to select an option.
• You can also rotate the command dial or drag the screen to select
When you use the i-Function button on an i-Function lens, you can
manually select and adjust shutter speed, aperture value, exposure value,
ISO sensitivity, and White Balance on the lens.
1
On the Mode screen, touch Expert → Program, Aperture
Priority, Shutter Priority, or Manual.
2
Press [i-Function] on the lens to select a setting.
an option.
• You can also press [i-Function], and then drag the screen to select
a setting.
4
Half-press [Shutter] to focus, and then press [Shutter] to
capture the photo.
Available options
Shooting mode
Program
Aperture Priority Shutter Priority
Manual
Aperture
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O
-
O
Shutter Speed
-
-
O
O
ISO
O
O
O
O
EV
O
O
O
-
White Balance
O
O
O
O
Z
O
O
O
O
• To select items to appear when you press [i-Function] on the lens in
Shooting mode, touch
→ 5 → iFn Customizing → an item.
• This function is not available when you set 3D Auto Mode in 3D mode.
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Using Z
3
• You can also rotate the command dial or drag the screen to select
The Z allows you to zoom in on a subject with less degradation of
photo quality than the Digital zoom. However, the photo resolution may
change compared to when you zoom in by rotating the zoom ring.
1
2
Adjust the focus ring to select a zoom ratio.
an option.
• Photo resolution varies according to the zoom ratio if you use the
Z.
On the Mode screen, touch Expert → Program, Aperture
Priority, Shutter Priority, or Manual.
Press [i-Function] on the lens to select Z.
• You can also press [i-Function], and then drag the screen.
3:2
16:9
1:1
x1.2
4560X3040 (13.9M)
4560X2568 (11.7M)
3040X3040 (9.2M)
x1.4
3888X2592 (10.1M)
3888X2184 (8.5M)
2592X2592 (6.7M)
x1.7
3264X2176 (7.1M)
3264X1840 (6.0M)
2176X2176 (4.7M)
x2
2736X1824 (5.0M)
2736X1536 (4.2M)
1824X1824 (3.3M)
These figures are based on the maximum resolution at each image ratio.
4
Half-press [Shutter] to focus, and then press [Shutter] to
capture the photo.
• Z is not available when you capture burst shots.
• Z is not available when you capture photos in the RAW file format.
• Z is deactivated when you record videos by pressing the video
recording button.
• This function is not available when you set 3D Auto Mode in 3D mode.
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3D mode
You can capture 3D photos or videos with an optional 3D lens. 3D mode
is always on, regardless of the camera mode. To start a pre-defined Wi-Fi
function, press [DIRECT LINK]. Some Wi-Fi features may not be available.
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SAMSUNG 45 mm F1.8 [T6] 2D/3D lens (example)
Set the 2D/3D switch on the lens to 3D, and then capture a photo or video
1.5-5 m away from the subject.
• To use auto 3D options that enable the camera to set shooting options
automatically depending on shooting conditions in 3D mode, touch
→ 1 → 3D Auto Mode → On.
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Available shooting options differ compared to other shooting modes.
You can select either 4.1M (2688X1512) or 2.1M (1920X1080) photo size.
The video resolution is set to
.
Videos recorded in 3D may be dark or playback may be jittery.
Shooting in low temperatures may result in color distortion in images and
may consume more battery power.
You may not be able to shoot properly in conditions below 8.5 LV/900 lux. For
best results, capture photos in places with sufficient light.
When you photograph objects that contain polarizing material, such as a
display, sunglasses, or a polarizing filter, or use the polarizing material with
your lens, the images may appear dark or the 3D effect may not be applied
properly.
Use a tripod to prevent your camera from shaking.
If you rotate or tilt the camera vertically while shooting, the 3D effect may not
be applied properly. Capture images with the camera in the normal position.
If you shoot in fluorescent lighting or capture images displayed by projectors
or TVs, the images may appear black due to the flicker effect.
In 3D mode, the Enlarge x8 option of MF Assist may not be available.
The camera's display shows 3D videos only in 2D.
Photos captured with the 3D function are saved in JPEG (2D) and MPO (3D)
formats. On your camera's display, you can view only JPEG files.
To view 3D files, connect your camera to a 3D TV or 3D monitor with an
optional HDMI cable. While viewing, wear proper 3D glasses.
You cannot use the flash in 3D mode.
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Available functions by shooting mode
For details about shooting functions, see Chapter 2. Press a shortcut for each function.
Function
Auto
Smart
Program
Aperture Priority
Shutter Priority
Manual
3D
Photo Size (p. 74)
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
Quality (p. 75)
O
O
O
O
O
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-
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
-
O
O
O
O
O
O
AF Area (p. 85)
-
O
O
O
O
O
-
Touch AF (p. 88)
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
MF Assist (p. 90)
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
Focus Peaking (p. 90)
O
O
O
O
O
O
Link AE to AF Point (p. 91)
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O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
-
ISO (p. 76)
White Balance (p. 77)
Picture Wizard (p. 80)
Smart Filter (p. 81)
AF Mode (p. 82)
Framing Mode (p. 92)
O: The option is available. Some options may be limited or may not be changeable.
-: The option is not available.
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Auto
Smart
Program
Aperture Priority
Shutter Priority
Manual
3D
OIS (Anti-Shake) (p. 93)
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
Drive (Continuous/Burst/Timer/
Bracketing) (p. 94)
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
-
O
O
O
O
Dynamic Range (p. 100)
-
O
O
O
O
Flash (p. 101)
O
O
O
O
O
O
Exposure compensation (p. 104)
-
-
O
O
O
O
O
O
-
-
Function
Metering (p. 98)
Exposure lock (p. 105)
O: The option is available. Some options may be limited or may not be changeable.
-: The option is not available.
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Shooting Functions
Learn about the functions you can set in Shooting mode.
You can enjoy more customized photos and videos by using the shooting functions.
Shooting Functions
Size and Resolution
Photo size
Icon
As you increase the resolution, your photo or video will include more
pixels, so it can be printed on larger paper or displayed on a larger screen.
When you use a high resolution, the file size will also increase. Select a low
resolution for photos that will be displayed in a digital picture frame or
uploaded to the web.
To set the size,
In Shooting mode, touch
an option.
→ 1 → Photo Size →
Size
Recommended for
5472x3648 (3:2)
Printing on A1 paper.
3888x2592 (3:2)
Printing on A2 paper.
2976x1984 (3:2)
Printing on A3 paper.
1728x1152 (3:2)
Printing on A5 paper.
5472x3080 (16:9)
Printing on A1 paper or viewing on an
HDTV.
3712x2088 (16:9)
Printing on A3 paper or viewing on an
HDTV.
2944x1656 (16:9)
Printing on A4 paper or viewing on an
HDTV.
1920x1080 (16:9)
Printing on A5 paper or viewing on an
HDTV.
3648x3648 (1:1)
Printing a square photo on A1 paper.
2640x2640 (1:1)
Printing a square photo on A3 paper.
2000x2000 (1:1)
Printing a square photo on A4 paper.
1024x1024 (1:1)
Printing a square photo on A5 paper.
Available options may differ depending on shooting conditions.
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Size and Resolution
Quality
Icon
The camera saves photos in either the JPEG or RAW format.
Photos captured by a camera are often transformed to the JPEG format
and stored in the memory according to the settings of the camera at the
time of shooting. RAW files are not transformed to the JPEG format and are
stored in the memory without any changes.
RAW files have the file extension “SRW”. To adjust and calibrate exposures,
White Balances, tones, contrasts, and colors of the RAW files, or to convert
them into JPEG or TIFF format, use the Adobe Photoshop Lightroom
program found on the supplied DVD-ROM.
Ensure you have enough space on the memory card to save photos in the
RAW format.
To set the quality,
Icon
In Shooting mode, touch
an option.
→ 1 → Quality →
Format
Description
JPEG
Super Fine:
• Compressed for the best quality.
• Recommended for printing in large size.
JPEG
Fine:
• Compressed for better quality.
• Recommended for printing in normal size.
Format
Description
JPEG
Normal:
• Compressed for normal quality.
• Recommended for printing in small size or
uploading to the web.
RAW
RAW:
• Save a photo without data loss.
• Recommended for editing after shooting.
RAW+JPEG
RAW + S.Fine: Save a photo in both the JPEG
(S.Fine quality) and RAW format.
RAW+JPEG
RAW + Fine: Save a photo in both the JPEG (Fine
quality) and RAW format.
RAW+JPEG
RAW + Normal: Save a photo in both the JPEG
(Normal quality) and RAW format.
Available options may differ depending on shooting conditions.
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Shooting Functions
ISO sensitivity
The ISO sensitivity value represents the sensitivity of camera to light.
Examples
The larger the ISO value, the more sensitive the camera is to light.
Consequently, by selecting a higher ISO sensitivity value, you can capture
photos in dim or dark places at faster shutter speeds. However, this may
increase electronic noise and result in a grainy photo.
To set ISO sensitivity,
In Shooting mode, touch
option.
→ 1 → ISO → an
ISO 100
ISO 400
ISO 800
ISO 3200
• Increase the ISO value in places where flash use is prohibited. You can capture
a clear photo by setting a high ISO value without having to secure more light.
• Use the Noise Reduction function in order to reduce the visual noise that can
appear on photos of a high ISO value. (p. 146)
• Available options may differ depending on the shooting conditions.
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Shooting Functions
White Balance
White Balance represents the light source that influences on the color of a
photo.
The color of a photo depends on the type and quality of the light source.
If you want the color of your photo to be realistic, select an appropriate
lighting condition to calibrate the White Balance, such as Auto WB,
Daylight, Cloudy, Tungsten, or adjust color temperature manually.
You can also adjust color for the preset light sources so that the colors of
the photo match the actual scene under mixed lighting conditions.
To set the White
Balance,
In Shooting mode, touch
an option →
.
→ 1 → White Balance →
Icon
Description
Auto WB: Use automatic settings depending on the lighting
conditions.
Daylight: Select when taking outdoor photos on a sunny day. This
option results in photos closest to the natural colors of the scene.
Cloudy: Select when taking outdoor photos on a cloudy day or in
shadows. Photos captured on cloudy days tend to be more bluish
than on sunny days. This option offsets that effect.
Fluorescent White: Select when shooting under a daylight
fluorescent lamp. Especially for white fluorescent light with a color
temperature of about 4,200K.
Fluorescent NW: Select when shooting under a daylight
fluorescent lamp. Especially for white fluorescent light of very
white hues with a temperature of about 5,000K.
Fluorescent Daylight: Select when shooting under a daylight
fluorescent lamp. Especially for white fluorescent light of slightly
bluish hue with a temperature of about 6,500K.
Tungsten: Select when taking indoor photos under incandescent
bulbs or halogen lamps. Incandescent tungsten bulbs tend to have
a reddish hue. This option offsets that effect.
Flash WB: Select when using a flash.
Custom Set: You can manually set the White Balance by touching
, and then shooting a white sheet of paper. Fill the spot
metering circle with the paper and set the White Balance.
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Icon
White Balance
Customizing preset White Balance options
Description
Color Temperature: Manually adjust the color temperature of
the light source. Color temperature is a measurement in degrees
Kelvin that indicates the specific type of light source. As the color
temperature increases, the color distribution becomes cooler.
Alternatively, as the color temperature decreases, the color
, and then adjust the
distribution becomes warmer. Touch
color temperature.
Clear sky
You can also customize preset White Balance options.
To customize
preset options,
In Shooting mode, touch
→ 1 → White Balance →
an option →
→ touch an area on the screen →
touch
.
White Balance : Daylight
Fluorescent H
Cloudy
Daylight
Fluorescent L
Halogen lamp
Tungsten
Candle light
Available options may differ depending on shooting conditions.
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White Balance
Examples
Auto WB
Daylight
Fluorescent Daylight
Tungsten
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Shooting Functions
Picture Wizard (photo styles)
Picture Wizard lets you apply different photo styles to your photo to create
various looks and emotional moods. You can also create and save your
own photo styles by adjusting color, saturation, sharpness, and contrast for
each style.
There is no rule for which style is suitable in which conditions. Experiment
with different styles and find your own settings.
To set a photo style,
In Shooting mode, touch
→ an option →
.
→ 1 → Picture Wizard
Examples
Standard
Vivid
Portrait
Landscape
Forest
Retro
Cool
Calm
Classic
• You can also adjust the value of the preset style settings. Select a Picture
Wizard option, touch
, and then adjust color, saturation, sharpness,
or contrast.
• To customize your own picture wizard, select , , or , touch
,
and then adjust the color, saturation, sharpness, and contrast
• Picture Wizard options cannot be set with Smart Filter options at the same
time.
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Smart Filter
Smart Filter lets you apply special effects to your photos. You can select
various filter options to create special effects that are difficult to be
achieved with normal lenses.
Option
Description
Negative
Apply a negative film effect.
Red
Desaturate all colors but red.
→ 1 → Smart Filter →
Green
Desaturate all colors but green.
Blue
Desaturate all colors but blue.
Yellow
Desaturate all colors but yellow.
To set Smart Filter
options,
In Shooting mode, touch
an option →
.
Option
Description
Off
No effect
Vignetting
Apply the retro-looking colors, high contrast, and strong
vignette effect of Lomo cameras.
Miniature
Apply a tilt-shift effect to make the subject appear in
miniature.
Colored Pencil
Apply a colored pencil painting effect.
Watercolor
Apply a watercolor painting effect.
Wash drawing
Apply a washed-out effect.
Oil Sketch
Apply oil sketching effect.
Ink Sketch
Apply ink sketching effect.
Acryl
Apply an acryl painting effect.
Smart filter options cannot be set with Picture Wizard options at the same time.
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AF mode
Learn how to adjust the camera’s focus according to the subjects.
You can select a focusing mode appropriate to the subject among Single
Auto Focus, Continuous Auto Focus, and Manual Focus. The AF function is
activated when you press [Shutter] halfway. In the MF mode, you have to
rotate the focus ring on the lens to focus manually.
To set the auto
focus mode,
In Shooting mode, touch
an option.
→ 1 → AF Mode →
The available options may differ depending on the lens in use.
In most cases, you can have a focus by selecting Single AF. Fast moving
subjects or subjects of a color similar to the background are difficult to
focus. Select an appropriate focusing mode for such instances.
If your lens has an AF/MF switch, you must set the switch according to
the selected mode. Set the switch to AF when you select Single AF or
Continuous AF. Set the switch to MF when you select Manual Focus.
When your lens has no AF/MF switch, select an AF mode from the camera
menu.
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AF mode
Single AF
Continuous AF
Single AF is appropriate for shooting a still subject. When you press
[Shutter] halfway, the focus fixes in the focus area. The area turns green
when the focus is achieved.
While you are pressing [Shutter] halfway, the camera continues to
automatic focusing. Once the focus area is fixed on the subject, the subject
is always in focus even when moving. This mode is recommended for
shooting a person on a bicycle, a running dog, or a car racing scene.
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AF mode
Manual focus
You can manually focus on a subject by rotating the focus ring on the
lens. The MF Assist function lets you easily achieve a focus. While you are
rotating the focus ring, the focus area is magnified. When you use the
Focus Peaking function, the color you selected appears on the focused
subject. This mode is recommended for shooting an object similar in color
to the background, a night scene, or fireworks.
If you use this function, you cannot set Touch AF, AF Area, and Link AE to AF
Point options.
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AF area
The AF area function changes the positions of the focus area.
Selection AF
Generally, cameras focus on the nearest subject. When there are a lot of
subjects, however, unwanted subjects can be in focus. In order to prevent
unwanted subjects from being in focus, change the focus area so that
a desired subject is in focus. You can get a clearer and sharper photo by
selecting an appropriate focus area.
You can set the focus on an area you want. Apply an out-of-focus effect to
make the subject more distinguishable.
To set the auto
focus area,
In Shooting mode, touch
an option.
The focus on the photo below was repositioned and resized so that it fits
the subject’s face.
→ 1 → AF Area →
• Available options may differ depending on shooting conditions.
• When the AF/MF switch is set to MF, you cannot change the AF area from the
shooting menu.
• When you use the Face Detection AF option, the camera focuses on the area
with the white frame automatically.
• Depending on the Picture Wizard options, Face Detection may not be
effective.
• When you set manual focus, Face Detection may not be available.
• Face Detection may not be effective when:
- the subject is far from the camera
- it is too bright or too dark
- the subject is not facing the camera
- the subject is wearing sunglasses or a mask
- the subject’s facial expression changes drastically
- the subject is backlit or the lighting conditions are unstable
To resize the focus area, in Shooting mode, touch
→ AF Size.
Touch or to adjust the size of the focus area. You can also rotate the
command dial. Alternatively, in Shooting mode, pinch your fingers together
or spread them apart on the focus area.
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AF area
Multi AF
Face detection AF
The camera displays a green rectangle in places where focus is set
correctly. The photo is divided into two or more areas, and the camera
obtains focus points of each area. It is recommended for scenery photos.
The camera focuses on human faces preferentially. Faces of up to
10 people can be detected. This setting is recommended for shooting a
group of people.
When you press [Shutter] halfway, the camera displays the focus areas as
shown in the photo below.
When you press [Shutter] halfway, the camera focuses on faces as shown
in the photo below. In cases of shooting a group of people, the camera
displays the focus on the nearest person’s face in white and the rest of the
people’s faces in gray.
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AF area
Self-Portrait AF
It can be difficult to check whether your face is in focus when you are
taking a self-portrait. When this function is on, the beep from the camera
gets faster when your face is located at the center of the composition.
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Touch AF
Select or focus on a focal area that you touch on the screen. Additionally,
focus on the subject and capture a photo by touching on the screen.
To set Touch AF,
In Shooting mode, touch
an option.
→ 1 → Touch AF →
Available options may differ depending on the shooting conditions.
AF Point
The focal area will correspond to the area you touch on the screen and the
focus will not be achieved.
Tracking AF
Tracking AF allows you to track and automatically focus on your subject,
even when the subject is moving or when you change the shooting
composition.
Touch AF
Touch AF allows you to select and focus on the focus area that you touch
on the screen.
White frame: Your camera is
tracking the subject.
Green frame: Your subject is
in focus when you half-press
[Shutter].
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Touch AF
Red frame: Your camera failed to
focus.
One touch shot
You can capture a photo with the touch of your finger. As you touch on a
subject, the camera focuses on the subject automatically and captures a
photo.
• If you do not select a focus area, the Auto Focus function does not work.
• Tracking a subject may fail when:
- the subject is too small
- the subject moves excessively
- the subject is backlit or you are shooting in a dark place
- colors or patterns on the subject and the background are the same
- the subject includes horizontal patterns, such as blinds
- the camera shakes excessively
• When tracking fails, the feature will be reset.
• If the camera fails to track the subject, the focus area will be reset.
• If the camera fails to focus, the focus frame will change to red and the focus
will be reset.
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Focus assist
In the manual focus mode, you have to rotate the focus ring on the lens to
focus. When you use the MF Assist function or the Focus Peaking function,
you can achieve a clearer focus. This function is only available on a lens
that supports manual focus.
* Default
Option
Description
The focus area is magnified by 8 times when you rotate the
focus ring.
Enlarge x8
MF Assist
In the manual focus mode, you can enlarge the scene and easily adjust the
focus while rotating the focus ring.
To set the manual
focus assist,
In Shooting mode, touch
an option.
→ 1 → MF Assist →
Focus Peaking
* Default
Option
Description
Off
Do not use the MF Assist function.
The focus area is magnified by 5 times when you rotate the
focus ring.
In the manual focus mode, the color you selected appears on the focused
subject to help you focus while rotating the focus ring.
To set Focus
Peaking options,
In Shooting mode, touch
an option.
→ 1 → Focus Peaking →
* Default
Option
Description
Level
Set a sensitivity for detecting the focused subject.
(Off, High, Normal*, Low)
Color
Set a color to appear on the focused subject.
(White*, Red, Green)
Enlarge x5*
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Focus assist
Measuring the exposure value of the focus
area
When this function is turned on, the camera automatically sets an optimal
exposure by calculating the brightness of the focus area. This function
is only available when you select Spot metering or Multi metering, and
Selection AF.
To set this
function,
In Shooting mode, touch
Point → an option.
→ 1 → Link AE to AF
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Framing mode
When you adjust the aperture value or shutter speed, the exposure
changes according to the settings, so the display may darken. With this
function on, the brightness of the display is constant regardless of the
settings, so you can better frame your shot.
To use Framing
Mode,
In Shooting mode, touch
an option.
→ 1 → Framing Mode →
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Optical Image Stabilization (OIS)
Use the Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) function to minimize camera
shake. OIS may not be available with some lenses.
Camera shake tends to occur in dark places or when shooting indoors.
In such cases, the camera uses slower shutter speeds in order to increase
the amount of light taken in, which can result in a blurry photo. You can
prevent this situation by using the OIS function.
If your lens has an OIS switch, you have set the switch to ON to use the OIS
function.
Without OIS correction
To set OIS options,
In Shooting mode, touch
ĺ an option.
ĺ 1 ĺ OIS (Anti-Shake)
* Default
Icon
Description
With OIS correction
• OIS may not function properly when:
- you move your camera to follow a moving subject
- there is too much camera shake
- the shutter speed is slow (for example, when you select Night in
Smart mode)
Off: The OIS function is off. (This option may not be available with
some lenses.)
- the battery is low
- you capture a close-up shot
Mode 1*: The OIS function is applied only when you press
[Shutter] in full or half.
• If you use the OIS function with a tripod, your images may be blurred by
Mode 2: The OIS function is on.
•
•
•
•
•
the vibration of the OIS sensor. Deactivate the OIS function when you use a
tripod.
If the camera is hit or dropped, the display will be blurry. If this occurs, turn off
the camera, and then turn it on again.
Use the OIS function only when needed because the function consumes
more battery power.
To set an OIS option on the menu, set the OIS switch on your lens to ON.
This option may not be available with some lenses.
Off may not be available with some lenses.
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Drive (shooting method)
You can set the shooting method such as Continuous, Burst, Timer and so
on.
Select Single to capture one photo at a time. Select Continuous or Burst
to shoot fast moving subjects. Select AE Bracket, WB Bracket, or P Wiz
Bracket to adjust exposure, White Balance, or apply Picture Wizard effects.
You can also select Timer to capture a photo of yourself.
To set the shooting
method,
In Shooting mode, touch
option ĺ
.
Continuous
Continuously capture photos while you are pressing [Shutter]. You can
capture up to 5 photos (Continuous Normal) or 8 photos (Continuous
High) per second.
ĺ 1 ĺ Drive ĺ an
Available options may differ depending on shooting conditions.
Single
Capture one photo whenever you press [Shutter]. Recommended for
general conditions.
• If you select Continuous High, the noise reduction function is not available.
• Maximum shooting speed is 8 frames per second. It will slow down after
approx. JPEG 13 shots, RAW 5 shots. (Based on UHS-1 SD Card. May vary
depending on the spec of memory card.)
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Drive (shooting method)
Burst
Timer
Consecutively capture up to 10 shots per second (3 seconds), 15 shots per
second (2 seconds), or 30 shots per second (1 second) when you press
[Shutter] once. It is recommended for shooting the rapid motion of fast
moving subjects such as racing cars.
Capture a photo with a delay of 2 to 30 seconds. The delay is adjustable in
increments of 1 second.
• To set the number of shots, in Shooting mode, touch
→1
→ Drive → Burst →
→ the number of shots →
.
• The photo size is set to 5M.
• It may take longer to save a photo.
• You cannot use the flash with this option.
• Shutter speed must be faster than 1/30 second.
• Photos captured with this option may be slightly enlarged when saving.
• You cannot set an ISO option higher than ISO 3200.
• This option cannot be used with the RAW file format and is not available
To set the delay, in Shooting mode, touch
Timer →
→ a delay →
.
→ 1 → Drive →
when the photo quality is set to RAW.
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Drive (shooting method)
Auto Exposure Bracketing (AE Bracket)
White Balance Bracketing (WB Bracket)
When you press [Shutter], the camera captures 3 consecutive photos: the
original, one a step darker, and one a step lighter. Use a tripod to prevent
blurry photos as the camera captures three photos continuously. You can
adjust the settings in Bracket Set menu.
When you press [Shutter], the camera captures 3 consecutive photos:
the original and two more with different White Balance settings. The
original photo is captured when you press [Shutter]. The other two are
automatically adjusted according to the White Balance you have set. You
can adjust the settings in Bracket Set menu.
Exposure +2
Exposure -2
WB+2
WB-2
Original
Original
To set a bracketing option, in Shooting mode, touch
Bracket Set → an option.
→5→
• This option cannot be used with the RAW file format and is not available
when the photo quality is set to RAW.
• To set a bracketing option, in Shooting mode, touch
Bracket Set → an option.
→5→
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Drive (shooting method)
Picture Wizard Bracketing (P Wiz Bracket)
When you press [Shutter], the camera captures three consecutive photos,
each with a different Picture Wizard setting. The camera captures a photo
and applies the three Picture Wizard options you have set to the image
captured. You can select three different settings in Bracket Set menu.
Retro
Vivid
Standard
• This option cannot be used with the RAW file format and is not available
when the photo quality is set to RAW.
• To set a bracketing option, in Shooting mode, touch
Bracket Set → an option.
→5→
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Metering
The metering mode refers to the way in which a camera measures the
quantity of light.
The camera measures the amount of light in a scene, and in many of its
modes, uses the measurement to adjust various settings. For example,
if a subject looks darker than its actual color, the camera captures an
overexposed photo of it. If a subject looks lighter than its actual color, the
camera captures an underexposed photo of it.
Multi
The Multi mode calculates the amount of light in multiple areas. When
light is sufficient or insufficient, the camera adjusts the exposure by
averaging the overall brightness of the scene. This mode is suitable for
general photos.
The brightness and overall mood of the photo can also be affected by how
the camera measures the amount of light. Select an appropriate setting for
a shooting condition.
To set a metering
option,
In Shooting mode, touch
an option.
→ 1 → Metering →
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Metering
Spot
Center-weighted
The Spot mode calculates the amount of light in the center. When you
capture a photo in conditions where there is a strong backlight behind a
subject, the camera adjusts the exposure so as to shoot a subject correctly.
For example, when you select the Multi mode in a strong backlight
condition, the camera calculates that the overall amount of light is
abundant, which results in a darker photo. The Spot mode can prevent this
situation as it calculates the amount of light in a designated area.
The Center-weighted mode calculates a broader area than the Spot mode
does. It sums up the amount of light in the center portion of the shot
(60–80 %) and that of the rest of the shot (20–40 %). It is recommended
for situations where there is a slight difference in brightness between a
subject and a background or an area of the subject is large compared to
the overall composition of the photo.
The subject is in bright color while the background is dark. The Spot mode
is recommended for a situation like this where a huge difference in the
exposure exists between a subject and a background.
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Dynamic Range
This function automatically corrects the loss of bright detail that can occur
due to shading differences in the photo.
To set Smart Range
options,
In Shooting mode, touch
Dynamic Range ĺ an option.
Without Dynamic Range effect
Icon
ĺ1ĺ
With Dynamic Range effect
Description
Off: Do not use Dynamic Range.
Smart Range+: Correct the loss of bright detail.
You cannot set ISO 100.
HDR: Capture 2 photos with different exposures, and then
combine them to create a single image automatically.
• You cannot set an ISO option higher than ISO 3200.
• Dynamic Range options cannot be set at the same time as
Picture Wizard options.
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Flash
In order to capture a realistic photo of a subject, the amount of light
should be constant. When the light source varies, you can use a flash and
supply a constant amount of light. Select appropriate settings according to
a light source and a subject.
To set flash options,
Icon
In Shooting mode, touch
an option →
.
→ 1 → Flash →
Description
Off: Do not use the flash.
Smart Flash: The camera automatically adjusts the brightness
of the flash according to the amount of light in the surrounding
environment.
Icon
Description
1st Curtain: The flash fires
immediately after the shutter opens.
The camera captures a photo of a
subject earlier in an action sequence
clearly.
Ball moving direction
2nd Curtain: The flash fires just
before the shutter closes. The
camera captures a photo of a
subject later in an action sequence
clearly.
Ball moving direction
Auto: The flash automatically fires in dark places.
Auto Red-eye: The flash automatically fires and reduces red-eyes.
Fill in: The flash fires whenever you capture a photo. (Brightness is
automatically adjusted.)
Fill-in Red: The flash fires whenever you capture a photo and
reduces red-eyes.
• The available options may differ depending on shooting conditions.
• There is an interval between two bursts of the flash. Do not move until the
flash fires a second time.
• If you select Off, the flash does not fire even when an external flash is
attached.
Use only Samsung-approved flashes. Using incompatible flashes may damage
your camera.
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Flash
Reducing the red-eye effect
Adjusting the flash intensity
If the flash fires when you capture a photo of a person in the dark, a red
glow may appear in the eyes. To reduce the red-eye effect, select Auto
Red-eye or Fill-in Red.
When the flash is on, adjust the flash intensity +/-2 levels.
To set the flash
intensity,
In Shooting mode, touch
→ Flash → an option →
→ Drag the slider or touch +/- to adjust the intensity →
touch
.
Flash : 0
Without red-eye reduction
With red-eye reduction
If the subject is too far from the camera or moves when the first flash fires, redeyes may not be reduced.
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Flash
→ 1 → Flash → an option →
, in
Shooting mode to access the flash intensity menu.
Adjusting the flash intensity may not be effective when:
- the subject is too close to the camera
- you set a high ISO sensitivity
- the exposure value is too big or too small
In some shooting modes, you cannot use this function.
If you attach an intensity-adjustable external flash to the camera, the intensity
settings of the flash will be applied.
If the subject is too close when you use the flash, some light may be blocked,
resulting in a dark photo. Ensure that the subject is within the recommended
range, which varies by lens.
When a lens hood is attached, the light from the flash can be blocked by the
hood. Remove the hood to use the flash.
• You can also touch
•
•
•
•
•
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Exposure compensation
The camera automatically sets the exposure by measuring the levels of
light from the photo’s composition and the position of a subject. If the
exposure set by the camera is higher or lower than you expected, you can
adjust the exposure value manually. The exposure value is adjustable in ±3
increments. The camera displays the exposure warning in red for each step
beyond ±3 range.
To adjust the exposure value, press the command dial twice, and then
rotate it while the exposure value is selected. You can also adjust the
exposure value by touching
→ EV, and then dragging the dial on
the screen.
+2
-2
Original
You can check the exposure value by the position of the exposure level
indicator.
Exposure warning
Standard exposure index
Exposure level
indicator
Decreased exposure
(darker)
Increased exposure
(brighter)
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Exposure lock
When you cannot achieve an appropriate exposure because of a strong
color contrast, lock the exposure, and then capture a photo.
After locking the exposure, aim the lens where you desire, and then press
[Shutter].
To lock the exposure value, adjust the photo’s exposure, and then touch
the custom button.
• Set a function of the custom button to AEL to lock the current exposure
value. (p. 150)
• This feature is not available in Manual mode.
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Video functions
The functions available for video are explained below.
Movie quality
Set the Movie quality.
Movie size
To set movie
quality options,
Set the movie size.
To set movie size
options,
Icon
In Shooting mode, touch
an option.
→ 6 → Movie Size →
Size
Recommended for
1920X1080 (30 fps) (16:9)
View on a Full HDTV.
1920X1080 (15 fps) (16:9)
View on a Full HDTV. (Available only
with some Smart Filter options.)
1920X810 (24 fps)
(Approx. 2.35:1)
View on an HDTV.
1280X720 (60 fps) (16:9)
View on an HDTV.
1280X720 (30 fps) (16:9)
View on an HDTV.
640X480 (30 fps) (4:3)
View on a TV.
320X240 (30 fps) (4:3)
Post on a website using the wireless
network (30 seconds maximum).
Icon
In Shooting mode, touch
an option.
→ 6 → Movie Quality →
Extension
Description
MP4 (H.264)
Normal: Record videos in normal quality.
MP4 (H.264)
HQ: Record videos in high quality.
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Video functions
Multi Motion
Fader
Set the playing speed of a video.
You can fade in or fade out a scene using the fader function on the camera
without having to do it on a PC. Set the fade in option to gradually fade in
at the start of the scene. Set the fade out option to gradually fade out the
scene. Use the function appropriately and add dramatic effects on your
videos.
To set playing
speed options,
Icon
In Shooting mode, touch
an option.
→ 6 → Multi Motion →
Description
x0.25: Record a video and play it at 1/4 normal speed. (Available
only with 640x480 or 320x240)
x0.5: Record a video and play it at 1/2 normal speed. (Available
only with 1280x720 (30 fps), 640x480, or 320x240)
To set fader
options,
Icon
In Shooting mode, touch
an option.
→ 6 → Fader →
Description
x1: Record a video and play it at normal speed.
Off: Fader function not used.
x5: Record a video and play it at 5X normal speed.
In: Scene gradually fades in.
x10: Record a video and play it at 10X normal speed.
Out: Scene gradually fades out.
x20: Record a video and play it at 20X normal speed.
In-out: The fader function is applied at the start and end of the
scene.
• If you select an option other than x1, sound will not be recorded.
• The available options may differ depending on shooting conditions.
When you use the fader function, it may take longer to save a file.
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Video functions
Voice
Mic Level
Sometimes, a muted video is more appealing than the one with sound.
Turn the voice off to record a muted video.
Set the mic level for the shooting conditions.
To set voice
options,
In Shooting mode, touch
an option.
→ 6 → Voice →
To set the mic
level,
In Shooting mode, touch
an option.
→ 6 → Mic Level →
Wind cut
When you record videos in noisy environments, unintended sounds can
be recorded in videos. In particular, severe wind noise recorded in videos
distracts you from enjoying your videos. Use the Wind Cut function to
remove some surrounding noise in addition to wind noise.
To reduce wind
sound,
In Shooting mode, touch
an option.
→ 6 → Wind Cut →
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Chapter 3
Playback/Editing
Learn about how to play back and edit photos and videos.
Refer to chapter 6 for editing files on a PC.
Playback/Editing
Searching and managing files
Learn how to view photo and video thumbnails and how to protect or
delete files.
If you perform no operations for a while, information and icons on the screen
disappear. When you operate the camera again, they will reappear.
Viewing image thumbnails
In order to search for photos and videos you want, convert to the
thumbnail view. The thumbnail view displays multiple images at a time
so that you can easily look through items you wish to find. You can also
classify and display files by category, such as date, file type or location.
Viewing photos
1
Press [z].
• The most recent file you captured will be displayed.
Rotate the command dial to select the thumbnail view mode.
2
Drag the image left or right to scroll through files.
You may not be able to edit or play back files that were captured with other
cameras, due to unsupported sizes or codecs. Use a computer or another device
to edit or play back these files.
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Searching and managing files
Viewing files by category
1
In the thumbnail view, touch
a category.
• You can also touch
Viewing files as a folder
→ z → Filter →
Continuous and burst shots appear as a folder. Selecting a folder will play
back all photos automatically. Deleting a folder will delete all photos in the
folder.
to select a category.
* Default
Option
Description
All*
View files normally.
Date
View files by the date they were saved.
Type
View files by the file type.
Location
View files by the place they were saved. (Only the
photos captured with an optional GPS module have
the location information.)
1
In Playback mode, drag the image left or right to move to a
desired folder.
• The camera will automatically play back photos in the folder.
2
Touch a list to open it.
3
Touch a file to view in the single image view.
2
Touch the folder on the screen to open the folder.
4
Touch
3
Drag the image left or right to move to another file.
4
Touch
to return to the previous view.
to return to Playback mode.
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Searching and managing files
Lock/Unlock all files
Protecting files
Protect your files from accidental deletion.
→ z → Protect → Select.
1
In Playback mode, touch
2
Touch / to scroll to a file, and then touch the check box.
• Touch the check box again to cancel your selection.
3
Touch
.
Lock or unlock all files.
1
In Playback mode, touch
2
Touch an option.
→ z → Protect → All.
Option
Description
Lock
Lock all files.
Unlock
Unlock all files.
Cancel
Return to the previous menu.
You cannot delete a protected file.
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Searching and managing files
Deleting multiple files
Deleting files
Delete files in Playback mode and secure more space on your memory
card. Protected files are not deleted.
You can select multiple files and delete them.
1
In Playback mode, touch
• Alternatively, in thumbnails view, touch
Deleting a single file
In Playback mode, select a file, and then touch
2
When the pop-up message appears, touch Yes.
and then select files
to delete.
You can select a single file and delete it.
1
→ z → Delete → Select.
2
Touch / to scroll to a file, and then touch the check box.
• Touch the check box again to cancel your selection.
.
3
Touch
4
When the pop-up message appears, touch Yes.
.
Deleting all files
You can delete all files on the memory card at once.
→ z→ Delete → All.
1
In Playback mode, touch
2
When the pop-up message appears, touch Yes.
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Playback/Editing
Viewing photos
Enlarging a photo
Viewing a slide show
You can enlarge photos when viewing them in Playback mode. You can
also use the Trim function to extract the portion of the image displayed on
the screen and save it as a new file.
You can view photos in a slide show, apply various effects to the slide
show, and play background music.
→ z → Slide Show Options.
1
In Playback mode, touch
2
Select a slide show effect option.
Magnified area
Drag the screen to see another part
of the photo.
Rotate the command dial to enlarge a photo.
Icon
Description
Return to the original view.
• Skip to step 3 to start a slide show with no effects.
* Default
Option
Description
Play Mode
Set whether or not to repeat the slide show.
(One Play*, Repeat)
Interval
Set the interval between photos. (1 sec*, 3 sec, 5 sec,
10 sec)
Music
Set background audio.
Effect
• Set a scene change effect between photos.
• Touch Off to cancel effects.
Crop the photo (the camera will save it as a new file).
You can also pinch your fingers together or spread them apart on the screen
to reduce or enlarge a photo. You can also double-tap an area to enlarge it
quickly.
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Viewing photos
Creating a print order (DPOF)
3
Touch
4
Touch Start Slide Show.
5
View the slide show.
.
DPOF (Digital Print Order Format) lets you set the number of copies to be
printed.
The camera saves the DPOF information in the MISC folder of your memory
card. If you have set DPOF information for your images, you can take the
memory card to a digital printing shop for printing. You cannot set the
print order of RAW format files.
• Touch
to pause.
• Touch
again to resume.
• Touch
to stop the slide show and return to Playback mode.
• Touch
Photos with dimensions that are wider than the paper may be cut off
on the left and right edges. Ensure that your photo dimensions are
compatible with the paper you select.
to adjust the volume level.
Auto rotating
1
In Playback mode, select a photo, and then touch
With Auto Rotate on, the camera automatically rotates photos you have
captured vertically so they fit the screen horizontally.
2
Touch z → DPOF.
3
Touch / to set the number of copies.
To set auto rotate
options,
In Playback mode, touch
an option.
→ z → Auto Rotate →
.
• To select another photo, touch / .
4
Touch
.
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Playing videos
In Playback mode, you can play a video, capture an image from a video, or
crop a video to save as another file.
Video viewing controls
Icon
Description
Trimming a video during playback
1
In Playback mode, scroll to a video, and then touch
2
Touch to start playing the video.
3
Touch at the point where you want the trimming to begin.
4
Touch
5
Touch to resume playing the video.
6
Touch at the point where you want the trimming to end.
/
View previous file/Scan backward. (Each time you touch the
icon while playing the video, you change the scan speed in
this order: 2X, 4X, 8X.)
7
Touch
/
Pause or resume playback.
8
Touch
/
Adjust the volume or mute the sound.
You can also pinch your fingers together or spread them apart on the screen to
reduce or enlarge a photo. Rotate again to scan more quickly (2X, 4X, 8X).
.
.
to trim a video.
• You can adjust the scene to be cropped by dragging the handles
Stop playback and return to the previous screen.
View next file/Scan forward. (Each time you touch the icon
while playing the video, you change the scan speed in this
order: 2X, 4X, 8X.)
.
that appear on the progress bar.
9
When the pop-up message appears, touch Yes.
• You cannot trim a video recorded in 3D mode.
• The original video should be at least 10 seconds long.
• The camera will save the edited video as a new file and leave the original
video intact.
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Playing videos
Capturing an image during playback
1
While viewing a video, touch at the point where you want to
capture an image.
2
Touch
.
• You cannot capture an image from a video recorded in 3D mode.
• The resolution of the captured image will be the same as the original video.
• The captured image is saved as a new file.
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Editing photos
Perform photo editing tasks, such as resizing, rotating, or reducing red-eye
effects. Edited photos are saved as new files under different file names.
Photos captured in some modes cannot be edited with the Image Edit
function.
To edit images,
In Playback mode, scroll to a photo, and then touch
Cropping a photo
1
Touch
2
Drag the corners of the box to adjust the size of the area.
3
Drag the box to move the location of the area.
4
Touch
5
Touch
→
.
.
• You can also edit images in Playback mode by selecting a photo, and then
touching
→ Edit Image.
• Some images may not be edited with the Image Edit function. In this case, use
a supplied image editing software.
• The camera will save edited photos as new files.
• When you edit photos, the camera will automatically convert them to a lower
.
to save.
resolution. Photos that you rotate or resize manually are not automatically
converted to a lower resolution.
• You cannot edit photos while viewing files as a folder. Open the folder and
select a photo to edit each photo.
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Editing photos
Rotating a photo
Resizing photos
1
Touch
Change the size of a photo and save it as a new file.
2
Touch an option.
→
.
Rotate : Right 90°
1
Touch
2
Touch an option.
→
.
Resize : 10.1M 3:2
3
Touch
4
Touch
.
to save.
• You can also rotate a photo in Playback mode by touching
Rotate → a desired option →
.
• The camera will overwrite the original file.
→z→
3
Touch
4
Touch
.
to save.
Available resize options differ depending on the original size of the photo.
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Editing photos
Adjusting your photos
You can correct captured photos by adjusting the brightness, contrast, or
saturation.
1
Touch
2
Touch an option.
.
Option
Description
Original
Original (Reset to the original image)
Auto adjustment
Adjust brightness, contrast, or saturation
automatically
Brightness
Adjust brightness
Contrast
Adjust contrast
Saturation
Adjust saturation
RGB adjustment
Adjust RGB values
Color Temperature
Adjust color temperature
Exposure
Adjust exposure
Hue
Adjust hues
3
Drag the slider or touch +/- to adjust the option.
• If you selected Auto adjustment, skip to step 4.
4
Touch
5
Touch
.
to save.
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Editing photos
Retouching faces
Reducing red-eye
1
Touch
1
Touch
2
Drag the slider or touch +/- to adjust the option.
2
Touch
→
.
• As the number increases, the skin tone becomes brighter and
→
.
.
• To cancel correction, touch
.
smoother.
3
Touch
3
.
• To cancel correction, touch
4
Touch
Touch
to save.
.
to save.
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Editing photos
Applying Smart Filter effects
Option
Description
Oil Sketch
Apply oil sketching effect.
Ink Sketch
Apply ink sketching effect.
→ an option.
Acryl
Apply an acryl painting effect.
Smart Filter : Vignetting
Negative
Apply a negative film effect.
Red
Desaturate all colors but red.
Green
Desaturate all colors but green.
Blue
Desaturate all colors but blue.
Yellow
Desaturate all colors but yellow.
Apply special effects to your photos.
1
Touch
Option
Description
Off
No effect
Vignetting
Apply the retro-looking colors, high contrast,
and strong vignette effect of Lomo cameras.
Miniature
Apply a tilt-shift effect to make the subject
appear in miniature.
Colored Pencil
Apply a colored pencil painting effect.
Watercolor
Apply a watercolor painting effect.
Wash drawing
Apply a washed-out effect.
2
Touch
3
Touch
.
to save.
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Chapter 4
Wireless network
Learn how to connect to wireless local area networks (WLANs) and use functions.
Wireless network
Connecting to a WLAN and configuring network settings
Learn to connect via an access point (AP) when you are in a range of a
WLAN. You can also configure network settings.
Icon
Description
Ad hoc AP
Secured AP
WPS AP
Connecting to a WLAN
1
Signal strength
On the Mode screen, touch Wi-Fi → Auto Backup, Email,
SNS & Cloud, or Samsung Link.
Open network setting options.
• When you select a secured AP, a pop-up window appears. Enter the
2
Touch
→ Wi-Fi Setting.
• In some modes, follow the on-screen instructions until the Wi-Fi
Setting screen appears.
• The camera automatically searches for available AP devices.
3
Touch an AP.
Refresh
Samsung1
Samsung2
required passwords to connect to the WLAN. For information about
entering text, refer to "Entering text". (p. 127)
• When a login page appears, refer to "Using the login browser".
(p. 125)
• When you select an unsecured AP, the camera will connect to the
WLAN.
→ WPS PIN
connection, and then enter a PIN on the AP device. You can also
connect to a WPS profile supported AP by touching → WPS
button connection on the camera, and then pushing the WPS
button on the AP device.
• If you select a WPS profile supported AP, touch
Samsung3
Samsung4
• Touch Refresh to refresh connectable APs.
• Touch Add wireless network to add an AP manually. Your AP name
must be in English to add the AP manually.
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Connecting to a WLAN and configuring network settings
Setting network options
Using the login browser
1
In the Wi-Fi Setting screen, move to an AP, and then touch
2
Select each option, and then enter the required information.
.
You can enter your login information via the login browser when
connecting to some APs, sharing sites, or cloud servers.
Icon
Option
Description
Network Password
Enter the network password.
IP Setting
Set the IP address automatically or manually.
Description
Close the login browser.
Move to the previous page.
Move to the next page.
Stop loading the page.
Manually setting the IP address
1
In the Wi-Fi Setting screen, move to an AP, and then touch
2
Touch IP Setting → Manual.
3
Select each option, and then enter the required information.
Reload the page.
.
• You may not be able to select some items depending on the page you
connected to. This does not indicate a malfunction.
• The login browser may not close automatically after you log into some pages.
Option
Description
IP
Enter the static IP address.
Subnet Mask
Enter the subnet mask.
Gateway
Enter the gateway.
DNS Server
Enter the DNS address.
If this occurs, close the login browser by touching
, and then proceed
with the desired operation.
• It may take longer to load the login page due to the page size or network
speed. If this occurs, wait until the login information input window appears.
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Connecting to a WLAN and configuring network settings
Network connection tips
• You must insert a memory card to use the Wi-Fi features.
• The quality of the network connection will be determined by the AP.
• The further the distance between your camera and the AP, the longer it
will take to connect to the network.
• If a nearby device is using the same radio frequency signal as your
camera, it may interrupt your connection.
• If your AP name is not in English, the camera may not be able to locate
the device or the name may appear incorrectly.
• For network settings or a password, contact your network administrator
or network service provider.
• If a WLAN requires authentication from the service provider, you may
not be able to connect to it. To connect the WLAN, contact your network
service provider.
• Depending on the encryption type, the number of digits in the password
may differ.
• Connecting to a network may incur additional charges. Costs will vary
based on the conditions of your contract.
• If you cannot connect to a WLAN, try another AP from the available AP
list.
• A login page may appear when you select free WLANs provided by some
network service providers. Enter your ID and password to connect to
the WLAN. For information about registering or the service, contact the
network service providers.
• Be cautious when you enter personal information for an AP connection.
Do not enter any payment or credit card information on your camera.
The manufacturer is not liable for any problem caused by entering such
information.
• Available network connections may differ by country.
• The WLAN feature of your camera must comply with radio transmission
laws in your region. To ensure compliance, use the WLAN feature only in
the country where you purchased the camera.
• The process for adjusting network settings may differ, depending on
network conditions.
• A WLAN connection may not be possible in all surroundings.
• Do not access a network that you are not authorized to use.
• The camera may display a WLAN enabled printer on the AP List. You
• Before you connect to a network, ensure your battery is fully charged.
cannot connect to a network via a printer.
• You cannot connect your camera to a network and a TV simultaneously.
• You cannot upload or send files captured in some modes.
• Files that you transfer to another device may not be supported by the
device. In this case, use a computer to play back the files.
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Connecting to a WLAN and configuring network settings
Entering text
Learn how to enter text. The icons in the table let you move the cursor,
change the case, etc. Touch a key to enter it.
Icon
Description
Move the cursor.
Stop entering text and return to the previous page.
Change case.
Switch between Symbol/Number mode and the normal mode.
Change the input language.
Enter a space.
Save the displayed text.
Delete the last letter.
• You can use only the English alphabets in some modes, regardless of the
display language.
• You can enter up to 64 characters.
• The screen may differ depending on the input mode.
• Touch and hold a key to enter the character at the upper right corner of the
key.
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Saving files to a smart phone automatically
The camera connects to a smart phone that supports the AutoShare
feature via a WLAN. When you capture a photo with your camera, the
photo is saved to the smart phone automatically.
3
• For iOS devices, turn on the Wi-Fi feature before turning on the
application.
• To start the application automatically on an NFC-enabled smart
• The AutoShare feature is supported by Galaxy series smart phones, Galaxy
•
•
•
•
•
Tab models, or iOS devices. Before using this feature, update the device’s
firmware to the latest version. If the firmware version is not the most recent,
this function may not perform properly.
You should install Samsung SMART CAMERA App on your phone or device
before using this feature. You can download the application from Samsung
Apps, the Google Play Store, or the Apple App Store. Samsung SMART
CAMERA App is compatible with Samsung camera models manufactured in
2013 or later.
To install and launch Samsung SMART CAMERA App on an NFC-enabled
smart phone, turn on the NFC feature and place the smart phone near an
NFC tag (p. 29) on the camera. This feature is supported by smart phones
running Android OS 2.3 or higher. This feature is not available for iOS devices.
You must insert a memory card to use this feature.
If you set this function, the setting is maintained even when you change the
Shooting mode.
This feature may not be supported in some modes or may not be available
with some shooting options.
On the smart phone, turn on Samsung SMART CAMERA App.
phone, turn on the function and place the smart phone near
the NFC tag (p. 29) on the camera. Verify that the smart phone is
connected to your camera, and then skip to step 6.
4
Select the camera from the list and connect the smart phone
to the camera.
• The smart phone can connect to only one camera at a time.
5
On the camera, allow the smart phone to connect to your
camera.
• If the smart phone has been connected to your camera before, it is
connected automatically.
• An icon that shows the connection status (
) will appear on the
camera’s screen.
1
On the camera, in Shooting mode, touch
2
On the camera, touch 1 → AutoShare → On.
.
• If the pop-up message that prompts you to download the
6
On the camera, capture a photo.
• The captured photo is saved to the camera, and then transferred to
the smart phone.
• If you recorded a video, it is saved only to the camera.
application appears, touch Next.
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Sending photos or videos to a smart phone
The camera connects to a smart phone that supports the MobileLink
feature via a WLAN. You can easily send photos or videos to your smart
phone.
• The MobileLink feature is supported by Galaxy series smart phones, Galaxy
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Tab models, or iOS devices. Before using this feature, update the device’s
firmware to the latest version. If the firmware version is not the most recent,
this function may not perform properly.
You should install Samsung SMART CAMERA App on your phone or device
before using this feature. You can download the application from Samsung
Apps, the Google Play Store, or the Apple App Store. Samsung SMART
CAMERA App is compatible with Samsung camera models manufactured in
2013 or later.
To install and launch Samsung SMART CAMERA App on an NFC-enabled
smart phone, turn on the NFC feature and place the smart phone near an NFC
tag (p. 29) on the camera. This feature is supported by smart phones running
Android OS 2.3 or higher. This feature is not available for iOS devices.
When there are no files in the camera memory, you cannot use this feature.
If you select files from the smart phone, you can view up to 1,000 recent files
and send up to 150 files at a time. If you select files from the camera, you can
view files that were selected from the camera. The maximum number of files
that can be sent varies depending on the storage space of the smart phone.
When you send Full HD videos using MobileLink feature, you may not be able
to play back files on some devices.
When using this feature on an iOS device, the device may lose its Wi-Fi
connection.
You cannot send RAW files.
1
On the Mode screen, touch Wi-Fi → MobileLink.
• If the pop-up message that prompts you to download the
application appears, touch Next.
2
On the camera, touch a sending option.
• If you select Select Files from Smartphone, you can use your
smart phone to view and share files stored on the camera.
• If you select Select Files from Camera, you can select files to send
from the camera.
3
On the smart phone, turn on Samsung SMART CAMERA App.
• For iOS devices, turn on the Wi-Fi feature before turning on the
application.
• To start the application automatically on an NFC-enabled smart
phone, turn on the function and place the smart phone near
the NFC tag (p. 29) on the camera. Verify that the smart phone is
connected to your camera, and then skip to step 6.
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4
Sending photos or videos to a smart phone
Select the camera from the list and connect the smart phone
to the camera.
• The smart phone can connect to only one camera at a time.
5
On the camera, allow the smart phone to connect to your
camera.
• If the smart phone has been connected to your camera before, it is
connected automatically.
6
On the smart phone or camera, select files to transfer from the
camera.
7
On the smart phone, touch the copy button or on the camera,
touch Send.
• The camera will send the files.
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Wireless network
Using a smart phone as a remote shutter release
The camera connects to a smart phone that supports the Remote
Viewfinder feature via a WLAN. Use the smart phone as a remote shutter
release with the Remote Viewfinder feature. The captured photo will
display on the smart phone.
• The Remote Viewfinder feature is supported by Galaxy series smart phones,
Galaxy Tab models, or iOS devices. Before using this feature, update the
device’s firmware to the latest version. If the firmware version is not the most
recent, this function may not perform properly.
• You should install Samsung SMART CAMERA App on your phone or device
before using this feature. You can download the application from Samsung
Apps, the Google Play Store, or the Apple App Store. Samsung SMART
CAMERA App is compatible with Samsung camera models manufactured in
2013 or later.
• To install and launch Samsung SMART CAMERA App on an NFC-enabled
smart phone, turn on the NFC feature and place the smart phone near an NFC
tag (p. 29) on the camera. This feature is supported by smart phones running
Android OS 2.3 or higher. This feature is not available for iOS devices.
• This function is not available in 3D mode.
1
On the Mode screen, touch Wi-Fi → Remote Viewfinder.
• If the pop-up message that prompts you to download the
application appears, touch Next.
2
On the smart phone, turn on Samsung SMART CAMERA App.
• For iOS devices, turn on the Wi-Fi feature before turning on the
application.
• To start the application automatically on an NFC-enabled smart
phone, turn on the function and place the smart phone near
the NFC tag (p. 29) on the camera. Verify that the smart phone is
connected to your camera, and then skip to step 5.
3
Select the camera from the list and connect the smart phone
to the camera.
• The smart phone can connect to only one camera at a time.
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4
Using a smart phone as a remote shutter release
On the camera, allow the smart phone to connect to your
camera.
6
• You can touch the area on the screen where you want to focus.
connected automatically.
On the smart phone, set the following shooting options.
Icon
Description
Timer option
to capture the photo.
• Photos saved to the smart phone will be resized to 1616X1080
and to 1920X1080 when shooting in
smart phone may vary, depending on your surroundings.
• The smart phone must be within 7 m of the camera to use this feature.
• It will take some time to capture the photo after you release on the smart
Storage location
phone.
Switches between VGA and QVGA
• While using this feature, some buttons are not available on your
camera.
• The zoom button and the shutter button on your smart phone will
not function when using this feature.
• Remote Viewfinder mode supports the
Release
• When you use this feature, the ideal distance between the camera and the
Photo size
*
7
when shooting in
resolution.
Flash option
to focus.
• The focus is automatically set to Multi AF.
• If the smart phone has been connected to your camera before, it is
5
On the smart phone, touch and hold
and
photo sizes
• The Remote Viewfinder function will deactivate when:
- there is an incoming call on the smart phone
- either the camera or the smart phone turns off
- the memory is full
- device loses its connection to the WLAN
- the Wi-Fi connection is poor or unstable
- you perform no operations for approximately 5 minutes while connected
only.
* For iOS devices, only the storage location option is available.
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Using Auto Backup to send photos or videos
You can send photos or videos that you captured with the camera to a PC
wirelessly.
Sending photos or videos to a PC
1
On the Mode screen, touch Wi-Fi → Auto Backup.
• If the pop-up message that prompts you to download the
Installing the program for Auto Backup on
your PC
1
Install i-Launcher on the PC. (p. 163)
2
Connect the camera to the PC with the USB cable.
3
When the Auto Backup program icon appears, click it.
application appears, touch Next.
• You must configure the backup PC information to use the Auto
Backup feature. For more details, refer to "Installing the program
for Auto Backup on your PC". (p. 133) If the Auto Backup program is
installed on your PC, save the PC information via USB cable or Wi-Fi
connection.
• The camera will automatically attempt to connect to a WLAN via
the most recently connected AP device.
• If the camera has not previously been connected to a WLAN, it will
• The Auto Backup program is installed on the PC and the
information about the PC will be stored to the camera. Follow the
on-screen instructions to complete the installation.
• You can also save the information about the PC to the camera by
connecting the PC and the camera via Wi-Fi.
4
search for available AP devices. (p. 124)
2
Select a backup PC.
• If you have performed a backup before, move to the next step.
Disconnect the camera from the PC.
Before installing the program, ensure that the PC is connected to a network.
If no internet connection is available, you must install the program from the
provided CD.
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3
Using Auto Backup to send photos or videos
Touch OK.
• When you connect the camera to the WLAN, select the AP that is connected
to the PC.
• To cancel sending, touch Cancel.
• You cannot select individual files to backup. This function backs up
only new files on the camera.
• The backup's progress will be shown on the PC monitor.
• When the transfer is completed, the camera will turn off
automatically in approximately 30 seconds. Touch Cancel to return
to the previous screen and prevent the camera from turning off
automatically.
• To turn off your PC automatically after the transfer is complete,
touch Shut down PC after backup.
• To change the backup PC, select
.
• The camera will search for available access points even if you are connecting
to the same access point again.
• If you turn off the camera or remove the battery while sending files, the file
transfer will be interrupted.
• While you are using this feature, the shutter control is disabled on your
camera.
• You can connect only one camera to the PC at a time for sending files.
• The backup may be canceled due to network conditions.
• Photos or videos can be sent to a PC one time only. Files cannot be sent again
even if you reconnect your camera to another PC.
• When there are no files in the camera memory, you cannot use this feature.
• You must turn off Windows Firewall and any other firewalls before using this
feature.
• You can send up to 1,000 recent files.
• On the PC software, the server name must be entered in the Latin alphabet
and can contain no more than 48 characters.
• When multiple file types are created at once, only the image files (JPG) will be
sent to the PC with this feature.
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Sending photos or videos via email
You can change settings in the email menu and send photos or videos
stored on the camera via email.
4
Touch the Name box, enter your name, and then touch .
Sender Setting
Name
Changing email settings
Email
In the email menu, you can change settings for storing your information.
You can also set or change the email password. For information about
entering text, refer to "Entering text". (p. 127)
Storing your information
1
On the Mode screen, touch Wi-Fi → Email.
• The camera will automatically attempt to connect to a WLAN via
the most recently connected AP device.
Save
Reset
5
Touch the Email box, enter your email address, and then
touch .
6
Touch Save to save your changes.
• To delete your information, touch Reset.
• If the camera has not previously been connected to a WLAN, it will
search for available AP devices. (p. 124)
2
Touch
3
Touch Sender Setting.
.
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Sending photos or videos via email
Setting an email password
1
On the Mode screen, touch Wi-Fi → Email.
5
Enter a 4-digit password.
6
Enter the password again.
7
When the pop-up appears, touch OK.
• The camera will automatically attempt to connect to a WLAN via
the most recently connected AP device.
• If the camera has not previously been connected to a WLAN, it will
search for available AP devices. (p. 124)
2
Touch
3
Touch Setting Password → On.
.
If you lost your password, you can reset it by touching Reset on the password
setting screen. When you reset the information, the previously saved user’s
setting information, email address, and recently sent email list will be deleted.
• To deactivate the password, touch Off.
4
When the pop-up appears, touch OK.
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Sending photos or videos via email
Changing the email password
1
On the Mode screen, touch Wi-Fi → Email.
• The camera will automatically attempt to connect to a WLAN via
the most recently connected AP device.
• If the camera has not previously been connected to a WLAN, it will
Sending photos or videos via email
You can send photos or videos stored on the camera via email. For
information about entering text, refer to "Entering text". (p. 127)
1
• The camera will automatically attempt to connect to a WLAN via
search for available AP devices. (p. 124)
2
Touch
On the Mode screen, touch Wi-Fi → Email.
the most recently connected AP device.
• If the camera has not previously been connected to a WLAN, it will
.
search for available AP devices. (p. 124)
3
Touch Change Password.
4
Enter your current 4-digit password.
2
Touch the Sender box, enter your email address, and then
touch .
• If you have previously saved your information, it will be inserted
5
Enter a new 4-digit password.
6
Enter the new password again.
automatically. (p. 135)
• To use an address from the list of previous senders, touch
→
an address.
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3
Sending photos or videos via email
Touch the Receiver box, enter an email address, and then
touch .
• To use an address from the list of previous recipients, touch
• Even if a photo appears to have transferred successfully, errors with the
→
an address.
• Touch
to add additional recipients. You can input up to
30 recipients.
• Touch
to delete an address from the list.
4
Touch Next.
5
Select files to send.
•
•
•
•
•
recipient’s email account may cause the photo to be rejected or recognized
as spam.
You may not be able to send an email if no network connection is available or
if your email account settings are incorrect.
You cannot send an email if the file size exceeds the limit. The maximum
photo resolution you can send is 2M and the longest video you can upload is
a video recorded using . If the selected photo resolution is higher than 2M,
it will be automatically resized to a lower resolution.
If you cannot send an email because of firewall or user authentication
settings, contact your network administrator or network service provider.
When there are no files in the camera memory, you cannot use this feature.
You can also send an email in Playback mode by touching
→
Share(Wi-Fi) → Email.
• You can select up to 20 files. The total size must be 7 MB or less.
6
Touch Next.
7
Select the comment box, enter your comments, and then
touch .
8
Touch Send.
• The camera will send the email.
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Using photo or video sharing websites
Upload your photos or videos to file sharing websites. Available websites
will be displayed on your camera. To upload files to some websites, you
must visit the website and register before connecting your camera.
3
Enter your ID and password to log in.
• For information about entering text, refer to "Entering text".
(p. 127)
• If you connected to SkyDrive, refer to "Using the login browser".
Accessing a website
1
On the Mode screen, touch Wi-Fi → SNS & Cloud.
2
Select a website.
• If the pop-up message that prompts you to create an account
(p. 125)
• To select an ID from the list, touch
→ an ID.
• If you have previously logged in to the website, you may be logged
in automatically.
You must have an existing account on the file sharing website to use this feature.
appears, touch OK.
• The camera will automatically attempt to connect to a WLAN via
the most recently connected AP device.
• If the camera has not previously been connected to a WLAN,
it will search for available AP devices. (p. 124)
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Wireless network >
Using photo or video sharing websites
Uploading photos or videos
• You can set an upload folder for Facebook by touching
1
Access the website with your camera.
•
2
Select files to upload.
• You can select up to 20 files. The total size must be 10 MB or less.
(On some websites, the total size or number of files may vary.)
•
•
3
Touch Upload.
• On some websites, you can enter your comments by touching
the comment box. For information about entering text, refer to
"Entering text". (p. 127)
•
•
•
•
•
•
→ Upload
Folder (Facebook) on the website's list screen.
You cannot upload files if the file size exceeds the limit. The maximum photo
resolution you can upload is 2M, and the longest video you can upload is a
video recorded using . If the selected photo resolution is higher than 2M,
it will be automatically resized to a lower resolution. (On some websites, the
maximum photo resolution may vary.)
The method of uploading photos or videos may differ depending on the
selected website.
If you cannot access a website because of firewall or user authentication
settings, contact your network administrator or network service provider.
Uploaded photos or videos may be automatically titled with the date they
were captured.
The speed of your internet connection may affect how quickly photos upload
or web pages open.
When there are no files in the camera memory, you cannot use this feature.
You can also upload photos or videos to file sharing websites in Playback
mode by touching
→ Share(Wi-Fi) → a desired website.
You cannot upload videos to some websites.
When you upload photos to SkyDrive, they will be resized to 2M while
maintaining their aspect ratios.
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Wireless network
Using Samsung Link to send files
You can upload files from your camera to Samsung Link online storage or
view files on a Samsung Link device connected to the same AP.
2
Enter your ID and password, and then touch Login → OK.
• For information about entering text, refer to "Entering text". (p. 127)
• To select an ID from the list, touch
• If you have previously logged in to the website, you may be logged
Uploading photos to online storage
1
→ an ID.
in automatically.
To use this feature, you must create a Samsung Link account and an
account with an affiliated online storage service using your PC. After
finishing creating accounts, add your online storage account to Samsung
Link.
On the Mode screen, touch Wi-Fi → Samsung Link → Web
storage.
• If the guide message appears, touch OK.
• The camera will automatically attempt to connect to a WLAN via
the most recently connected AP device.
• If the camera has not previously been connected to a WLAN, it will
search for available AP devices. (p. 124)
• To change the size for uploaded photos, touch
→ Upload
Image Size.
• If you have registered more than one web storage, you can select
→ Change Web storage.
from the list by touching
3
Select files you want to upload, and then touch Upload.
•
•
•
•
•
If you have registered more than one web storage, select a web storage first.
You cannot upload video files to Samsung Link online storage.
When there are no files in the camera memory, you cannot use this feature.
You can upload up to 20 files.
You can also upload photos in Playback mode by touching
→
Share(Wi-Fi) → Samsung Link.
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Wireless network >
Using Samsung Link to send files
Viewing photos or videos on devices that
support Samsung Link
1
On the Mode screen, touch Wi-Fi → Samsung Link → Nearby
devices.
• If the guide message appears, touch Yes.
• The camera will automatically attempt to connect to a WLAN via
the most recently connected AP device.
• If the camera has not previously been connected to a WLAN, it will
4
On the Samsung Link device, select a camera to connect.
5
On the Samsung Link device, browse the shared photos or
videos.
• For information about searching for the camera and browsing the
photos or videos on the Samsung Link device, refer to the device's
user manual.
• Videos may not play smoothly depending on the type of Samsung
Link device or the network condition.
search for available AP devices. (p. 124)
• You can set to allow only selected devices or all devices to connect
→ DLNA Access Control on the screen.
by touching
• A sharing file list is created. Wait until other devices can find your
camera.
2
Connect the Samsung Link device to a network, and then turn
on the Samsung Link feature.
• Refer to your device's user manual for more information.
3
On the camera, allow the Samsung Link device to connect to
your camera.
AP
S A camera is connected to a TV that supports Samsung Link via WLAN.
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Wireless network >
Using Samsung Link to send files
• You can share up to 1,000 recent files.
• On a Samsung Link device, you can view only photos or videos captured with
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
your camera.
The range of the wireless connection between your camera and a Samsung
Link device may vary depending on the specifications of the AP.
If the camera is connected to 2 Samsung Link devices, playback may be
slower.
Photos or videos will be shared in their original sizes.
You can use this feature only with devices that support Samsung Link.
Shared photos or videos will not be stored on the Samsung Link device, but
they can be stored in the camera to meet the device's specifications.
Transferring photos or videos to the Samsung Link device may take some
time depending on the network connection, the number of files to be shared,
or the sizes of the files.
If you power off the camera abnormally while viewing photos or videos on
a Samsung Link device (for example, by removing the battery), the device
considers the camera to still be connected.
The order of photos or videos on the camera may be different than on the
Samsung Link device.
Depending on the number of photos or videos you want to share, it may
take some time to load your photos or videos and complete the initial set-up
process.
While viewing photos or videos on the Samsung Link device, continuously
using the device's remote or performing additional operations on the device
may prevent this feature from working properly.
• If you reorder or sort files on the camera while viewing them on a Samsung
•
•
•
•
Link device, you must repeat the initial set-up process to update the list of
files on the device.
When there are no files in the camera memory, you cannot use this feature.
We recommend you use a network cable to connect your Samsung
Link device to your AP. This will minimize any video ‘Stuttering’ you may
experience when streaming content.
To view files on a Samsung Link device using the Nearby devices feature,
enable multicast mode on your AP.
You can view 3D files only on 3D-compatible TVs or monitors.
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Wireless network
Sending photos using Wi-Fi Direct
When the camera connects via a WLAN to a device that supports the Wi-Fi
Direct function, you can send photos to the device. This feature may not be
supported on some devices.
5
On the device, allow the camera to connect to the device.
• The photo will be sent to the device.
1
On the device, turn on the Wi-Fi Direct option.
• You can send up to 20 files at a time.
• When there are no photos in the camera memory, you cannot use this
2
On the camera, in Playback mode, scroll to a photo.
• If you cannot connect to a Wi-Fi Direct device, update the device with the
3
Touch
feature.
latest firmware. This feature may not be supported on some devices.
→ Share(Wi-Fi) → Wi-Fi Direct.
• When in the single image view, you can send only one photo at a
time.
• When in thumbnails view, you can select multiple photos. Touch
Upload when you are finished selecting photos.
4
Select the device from the camera’s list of Wi-Fi Direct devices.
• Ensure that the device's Wi-Fi Direct option is turned on.
• You can also select your camera from the device's list of Wi-Fi Direct
devices.
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Chapter 5
Camera settings menu
Learn about the user settings and general settings menu.
You can adjust the settings to better suit your needs and preferences.
Camera settings menu
User settings
You can set the user environment with these settings.
To set user options,
In Shooting mode, touch
→ 5 → an option.
Auto ISO Range
You can set the maximum ISO value under which each EV step is chosen
when you set the ISO to Auto.
* Default
Available items and the order of them may differ depending on shooting
conditions.
Option
Value
1/3 Step
ISO 125, ISO 160, ISO 200, ISO 250, ISO 320, ISO 400,
ISO 500, ISO 640, ISO 800, ISO 1000, ISO 1250, ISO 1600,
ISO 2000, ISO 2500, ISO 3200*
1 Step
ISO 200, ISO 400, ISO 800, ISO 1600, ISO 3200*
ISO Customizing
ISO Step
You can set the size for the ISO sensitivity by either 1/3 or 1 step.
Noise Reduction
Use the Noise Reduction to reduce the visual noise in photos.
* Default
Option
Description
High ISO NR
This function reduces noise that may occur when you
set a high ISO sensitivity. (Off, High, Normal*, Low)
Long Term NR
This function reduces noise when you set the camera
for a long exposure. (Off, On*)
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User settings
Bracket Set
DMF (Direct Manual Focus)
You can set up the options for AE Bracket, WB Bracket, and P Wiz Bracket.
You can adjust the focus manually by rotating the focus ring after
achieving the focus by half-pressing [Shutter]. This feature may not be
available with some lenses.
Option
Description
AE Bracket Set
Set the exposure interval. (-/+0.3 EV*, -/+0.7 EV,
-/+1 EV, -/+1.3 EV, -/+1.7 EV, -/+2 EV, -/+2.3 EV,
-/+2.7 EV, -/+3 EV)
WB Bracket Set
Adjust the White Balance interval range of the
3 bracketed photos. (AB-/+3*, AB-/+2, AB-/+1,
MG-/+3, MG-/+2, MG-/+1)
For example, AB-/+3 adjusts the Amber value plus
or minus three steps. MG-/+3 adjusts the Magenta
value the same amount.
P Wiz Bracket Set
Select 3 Picture Wizard settings the camera uses to
capture the 3 bracketed photos.
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User settings
Color space
The color space option allows you to select methods for representing
colors. Digital imaging devices such as digital cameras, monitors, and
printers have their own methods for representing colors, which are called
color spaces.
Option
Description
sRGB
sRGB (Standard RGB) is an international specification
to define the color space created by IEC (International
Electrotechnical Commission). It is widely used for
creating colors on PC monitors and is also the standard
color space for Exif. sRGB is recommended for regular
images and images you intend to publish on the
Internet.
Adobe RGB
Adobe RGB is used for commercial printing and has a
larger color range than sRGB. Its wider range of colors
helps you to easily edit photos on a computer. Note
that individual programs are generally compatible
with a limited number of color spaces.
Adobe RGB
sRGB
When the color space is set to Adobe RGB, photos will be saved as
“_SAMXXXX.JPG”.
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Camera settings menu >
User settings
Distortion Correct
User Display
You can correct lens distortion that might occur from lenses.
This feature may not be available with some lenses.
You can add or remove shooting information from the display.
1
London
Save as Custom Mode
F
2
You can create your own shooting modes by adjusting options and saving
them. (C1, C2, or C3) (p. 65)
3
iFn Customizing
You can select options that can be adjusted when you press [i-Function]
on an i-Function lens.
Option
Description
Aperture
Set to adjust the aperture value.
Shutter Speed
Set to adjust the shutter speed.
EV
Set to adjust the exposure value.
ISO
Set to adjust ISO sensitivity.
White Balance
Set to adjust the White Balance.
Z
Set to adjust the zoom ratio.
No.
1
2
Description
Date & Time
Set to display the date and time.
Icons
Set to display icons on the right in Shooting mode.
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Camera settings menu >
No.
User settings
Key Mapping
Description
Histogram
Set the histogram on the display on or off.
3
You can change the function assigned to the Custom button (
screen or DIRECT LINK button on the camera.
About histogram
A histogram is a graph that shows the brightness distribution of a
photo. A histogram inclined to the left indicates a dark photo.
A histogram inclined to the right indicates a bright photo. The height
of the graph is related to color information. The graph gets higher if a
specific color is more common.
Insufficient exposure
Balanced exposure
F
) on the
* Default
Button
Function
Custom
Set a function for the Custom button.
• Off*: Do not use the Custom button.
• Optical Preview: Execute the Depth of Field Preview
function for the current aperture value. (p. 23)
• One Touch WB (White Balance): Execute the Custom
White Balance function.
• One Touch RAW+: Save a file in the RAW+JPEG
format. To save a file in JPEG format, touch the
button again.
• Reset: Reset some settings.
• AEL: Execute the auto exposure lock function.
• AEL Hold: Keep executing the auto exposure lock
function after shooting.
DIRECT LINK
Set a function of the DIRECT LINK button.
(AutoShare*, MobileLink, Remote Viewfinder,
Auto Backup, Email, SNS & Cloud, Samsung Link)
Excessive exposure
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Camera settings menu >
User settings
Grid Line
Select a guide to help you compose a scene.
(Off*, 3 X 3, 2 X 2, Cross, Diagonal)
AF Lamp
When shooting in dark places, turn the AF lamp on in order to have a
better auto focus. The Auto Focus functions more accurately in dark places
when the AF lamp is on.
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Camera settings menu
Setting
Learn to configure your camera's settings.
* Default
Item
To set Setting
options,
In Shooting or Playback mode, touch
an option.
→q→
* Default
Item
Description
• System Volume: Set the sound volume or turn all sound
off entirely. (Off, Low, Medium*, High)
Display
Adjust
Even if the system volume is turned off, the camera emits
the sound while playing a video or a slide show.
Sound
Quick View
Set the Quick View time length – the amount of time the
camera displays a photo immediately after you capture it.
(Off, 1 sec*, 3 sec, 5 sec, Hold)
Adjust the display brightness, auto brightness setting,
display color, or level gauge.
• Display Brightness: You can adjust the display
brightness manually.
• Auto Brightness: Turn auto brightness on or off.
(Off, On*)
• Display Color: You can adjust the display color manually.
• Horizontal Calibration: Calibrate the level gauge. If the
level gauge is not level, position the camera on the level
surface, and then follow the on-screen instructions.
• You cannot access the Horizontal Calibration option
• AF Sound: Set the sound the camera emits when you
half-press the shutter button on or off. (Off, On*)
• Button Sound: Set the sound the camera emits when
you press the buttons or touch the screen on or off.
(Off, On*)
Description
in Playback mode.
• You cannot calibrate the level gauge in portrait
orientation.
Auto Display
Off
Set the display off time. The display turns off if you do not
use the camera for the time you set.
(Off, 30 sec*, 1 min, 3 min, 5 min, 10 min)
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Camera settings menu >
Setting
* Default
Item
Description
* Default
Item
Description
Video Out
Set the video signal output appropriate for your country
when connecting the camera to an external video device
such as a monitor or HDTV.
• NTSC: USA, Canada, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Mexico, etc
• PAL (Supports only PAL B, D, G, H, or I): Australia, Austria,
Belgium, China, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany,
England, Italy, Kuwait, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore,
Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Norway, etc
Anynet+
(HDMI-CEC)
When you connect the camera to an HDTV that supports
Anynet+ (HDMI-CEC), you can control the play function of
the camera with the TV remote control.
• Off: You cannot control the play function of camera with
the TV remote control.
• On*: You can control the play function of camera with the
TV remote control.
Set power shut off time. The camera shuts off if you do not
use it for the time you set. (30 sec, 1 min*, 3 min, 5 min,
10 min, 30 min)
Power Save
• The camera retains the power-off time setting even if
you replace the battery.
• Power Save may not work if the camera is connected to
a computer or a TV or playing a slide show or a movie.
Language
Set a language the camera shows on the display.
Set date, time, date format, time zone and whether to
imprint the date on photos. (Time Zone, Date & Time,
Date Type, Time Type, Imprint)
Date & Time
• The date appears on the lower right side of the photo.
• When you print a photo, some printers may not print
the date appropriately.
HDMI Output
When you connect the camera to an HDTV with an HDMI
cable, you can change the resolution of the image.
• NTSC: Auto*, 1080p, 720p, 480p,
576p (activates only when PAL is selected)
If the connected HDTV does not support the resolution
you select, the camera sets the resolution one level lower.
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Camera settings menu >
Setting
* Default
Item
Description
* Default
Item
Set the method of creating file names.
• Standard*: SAM_XXXX.JPG (sRGB)/
_SAMXXXX.JPG (Adobe RGB)
• Date:
Set the method of numbering files and folders.
• Reset: After using the reset function, the next file name is
started at 0001.
• Series*: New file numbers continue the existing number
sequence, even if you have installed a new memory card,
formatted the card, or deleted all photos.
- sRGB files - MMDDXXXX.JPG. For example, for a photo
File Name
captured on Jan. 01, the file name would be
0101XXXX.jpg.
- Adobe RGB files - _MDDXXXX.JPG for the months Jan
through Sept. For the months Oct through Dec, the month
number is replaced by the letters A (Oct.), B (Nov.) and
C (Dec.).
For example, for a photo captured on Feb. 03, the file
name would be _203XXXX.jpg. For a photo captured on
Oct. 05, the file name would be _A05XXXX.jpg.
Description
• The first folder name is 100PHOTO, if you have selected
File Number
•
•
•
•
•
Folder Type
the sRGB color space and Standard file naming, the first
file name is SAM_0001.
File name numbers are increased by 1 from SAM_0001 to
SAM_9999.
Folder numbers are increased by 1 from 100PHOTO to
999PHOTO.
The maximum number of files that can be saved in one
folder is 9,999.
File numbers are assigned according to DCF (Design rule
for Camera File system) specifications.
If you change a file name (for example, on a computer),
the camera will not be able to play the file.
Set the type of folder.
• Standard*: XXXPHOTO
• Date: XXX_MMDD
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Camera settings menu >
Setting
* Default
Item
Description
* Default
Item
• Geotagging: Set to capture photos with location
Format the memory card. Formatting deletes all existing
files including protected files. (Yes, No)
Format
Errors can occur if you use a memory card formatted by
another brand of camera, a memory card reader, or a
computer. Please format memory cards in the camera
before using them to capture photos.
View the firmware version of the body and the lens, Mac
address, and network certification number, or update the
firmware.
• Firmware Update: Update the firmware of the camera
body or lens. (Body Firmware, Lens Firmware)
• You can download firmware upgrades from
Device
Information
www.samsung.com.
• You cannot run a firmware upgrade without a fully
charged battery. Recharge the battery fully before
running a firmware upgrade.
• If you update the firmware, user settings and values will
be reset. (Date, time, language, and video out will not
change.)
• Do not turn the camera off while the update is in
progress.
Description
GPS
information using the Global Positioning System (GPS).
Location information is added to the Exif data associated
with the photo. (Off, On*)
• GPS Valid Time Settings: Set the time to use the last
location information when the camera fails to receive
GPS signals. If the camera fails to receive GPS signals after
the specified time, the location information will not be
recorded onto the photos. (15 sec*, 30 sec, 1 min, 3 min,
10 min, 30 min)
• Location Display: Set to display the location information
on the screen in Shooting mode. The location information
will appear in Korean only when you are in Korea and
the display language is set to Korean. When another
language is set, the location information will appear in
English. (Off, On*)
• GPS Reset: Set to search for GPS satellites closest to your
current position. (Yes, No)
To use the GPS function, you must purchase an optional
GPS device.
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Camera settings menu >
Setting
* Default
Item
Description
• Sensor Cleaning: Remove dust from the sensor.
• Start-Up Action: When on, the camera performs sensor
cleaning each time you turn it on. (Off*, On)
Sensor
Cleaning
As this product uses interchangeable lenses, the sensor
can get dust on it when you change lenses. This can lead
to dust particles appearing in the photos you capture. It
is recommended not to change lenses when you are in a
particularly dusty area. Also, make sure to attach the lens
cap to the lens when not using it.
Reset
Reset the setup menu and shooting options to the factory
defaults. (Date, time, language, and video output settings
do not change.) (Yes, No)
Open Source
Licenses
View open source licenses.
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Chapter 6
Connecting to external devices
Make full use of the camera by connecting it to external devices such as a computer, HDTV or 3D TV.
Connecting to external devices
Viewing files on an HDTV or 3D TV
Play back photos or videos by connecting your camera to an HDTV (3D TV)
using an optional HDMI cable.
5
Turn on the camera.
• The camera automatically enters into Playback mode when you
connect it to an HDTV.
6
Viewing files on an HDTV
1
In Shooting or Playback mode, touch
HDMI Output → an option. (p. 153)
→q→
2
Turn off your camera and HDTV.
3
Connect your camera to your HDTV with the optional HDMI
cable.
4
Turn on your HDTV, and then select the HDMI video source.
Control the camera to view photos or play videos.
• When using the HDMI cable, you can connect the camera to an HDTV using
the Anynet+(CEC) method.
• If the HDTV supports Anynet+(CEC), the TV turns on automatically when used
in conjunction with the camera. This feature may not be available on some
HDTVs.
• When connected to an HDTV by an HDMI cable, the camera cannot capture a
photo or video.
• When connected to an HDTV, some of the camera’s playback functions may
not be available.
• The length of time after which the camera and an HDTV are connected may
vary depending on the memory card that you are using. As the main feature
of a memory card is to increase the transfer speed, it is not necessarily true
to say that a memory card with a faster transfer speed is also fast in using the
HDMI function.
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Connecting to external devices >
Viewing files on an HDTV or 3D TV
Viewing files on a 3D TV
6
You can view photos or videos captured in 3D mode or with the 3D
Panorama option in Smart mode on a 3D TV.
1
In Shooting or Playback mode, touch
HDMI Output → an option. (p. 153)
•
7
→q→
2
Turn off your camera and 3D TV.
3
Connect your camera to your 3D TV with the optional HDMI
cable.
Move to a 3D file, and then touch
Touch
to switch to 3D mode.
to switch to 2D Mode.
Turn on your TV's 3D function.
• Refer to your TV's user manual for more details.
8
Control the camera to view 3D photos or play 3D videos.
• You cannot view an MPO file in 3D effect on TVs that do not support the file
format.
• Use proper 3D glasses when you view an MPO file or a 3D video file on a
3D TV.
• Capturing photos in 3D Panorama mode may result in a less pronounced 3D
effect than those captured in 3D mode with a 3D lens.
Do not view the 3D photos or videos captured by your camera on a 3D TV or
3D monitor for an extended period of time. It may cause unpleasant symptoms,
such as eyestrain, fatigue, nausea, and more.
4
Turn on your 3D TV, and then select the HDMI video source.
5
Turn on your camera.
• The camera automatically enters into Playback mode when you
connect it to a 3D TV.
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Connecting to external devices
Transferring files to your computer
Transfer files on a memory card to your computer by connecting the
camera to the computer.
Transferring files to your Windows OS
computer
3
Turn on the camera.
• The computer recognizes the camera automatically.
4
On your computer, select My Computer → Removable Disk
→ DCIM → 100PHOTO or 101_0101.
5
Select the files you want, and then drag or save them to your
computer.
Connecting the camera as a removable disk
You can connect the camera to your computer as a removable disk.
1
Turn off the camera.
2
Connect the camera to your computer with the USB cable.
If the Folder Type is set to Date, the folder name appears as “XXX_MMDD”.
For example, if you capture a photo on January 1, the folder name will be
"101_0101".
• You must plug the small end of the USB cable into your camera. If the
cable is reversed, it may damage your files. The manufacturer is not
responsible for any loss of data.
• If you try to plug the USB cable into the HDMI port, the camera may not
work properly.
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Connecting to external devices >
Transferring files to your computer
Disconnecting the camera (for Windows XP)
Transferring files to your Mac OS
With Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8, the methods for
disconnecting the camera are similar.
1
Ensure that no data is being transferred between the camera
and the computer.
• If the status lamp on your camera is blinking, it means the data
transfer is in progress. Please wait until the status lamp stops
blinking.
2
Click
on the tool bar at the bottom right of your computer
screen.
3
Click the pop-up message.
4
Click the message box indicating safely removed.
5
Remove the USB cable.
Mac OS 10.5 or later is supported.
1
Turn off the camera.
2
Connect your camera to a Macintosh computer with the USB
cable.
• You must plug the small end of the USB cable into your camera. If the
cable is reversed, it may damage your files. The manufacturer is not
responsible for any loss of data.
• If you try to plug the USB cable into the HDMI port, the camera may not
work properly.
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3
Transferring files to your computer
Turn on the camera.
• The computer recognizes the camera automatically and displays a
removable disk icon.
4
Open the removable disk.
5
Transfer photos or videos to the Mac OS computer.
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Connecting to external devices
Using programs on a computer
You can view and edit files using the provided programs. You can also send
the files to a computer wirelessly.
Using i-Launcher
i-Launcher allows you to play back files with Multimedia Viewer and
provides a link to download the PC Auto Backup program.
Installing programs from the provided CD
1
Insert the installation CD into your computer.
2
3
Requirements for Windows OS
Item
Requirements
Select a language.
CPU
Intel Core 2 Duo® 2.0 GHz or higher/
AMD Phenom™ 2.4 GHz or higher
Select a program to install.
RAM
Minimum 512 MB RAM (1 GB or more recommended)
OS*
Windows XP SP2, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8
Hard disk
capacity
250 MB or more (1 GB and above recommended)
4
Follow the on-screen instructions.
5
Click Exit to complete the installation.
Available programs when using i-Launcher
Item
Description
Multimedia Viewer
You can view files with Multimedia Viewer.
Firmware Upgrade
You can download the firmware of your camera.
PC Auto Backup
You can send photos or videos that you
captured with the camera to a PC wirelessly.
• CD-ROM drive
• 1024X768 pixels, 16-bit color display compatible
Others
monitor (1280X1024 pixels, 32-bit color display
recommended)
• USB 2.0 port
• nVIDIA Geforce 7600GT or higher/
ATI X1600 series or higher
• Microsoft DirectX 9.0c or higher
* A 32-bit version of i-Launcher will be installed—even on 64-bit editions of Windows XP,
Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8.
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Connecting to external devices >
Using programs on a computer
• The requirements are recommendation only. i-Launcher may not work
properly even when the computer meets the requirements, depending on the
condition of your computer.
• If your computer does not meet the requirements, videos may not play
correctly.
The manufacturer is not responsible for any damage that results from using
unqualified computers such as a computer you assembled yourself.
Requirements for Mac OS
Item
Requirements
OS
Mac OS 10.5 or higher (except PowerPC)
RAM
Minimum 256 MB RAM (512 MB or more
recommended)
Hard disk capacity
Minimum 110 MB
Others
USB 2.0 port, CD-ROM drive
Opening i-Launcher
On your computer, select Start → All Programs → Samsung →
i-Launcher → Samsung i-Launcher. Or, click Applications → Samsung
→ i-Launcher on your Mac OS computer.
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Using programs on a computer
Using Multimedia Viewer
Multimedia Viewer allows you to play back files. From the Samsung
i-Launcher screen, click Multimedia Viewer.
• Multimedia Viewer supports the following formats:
- Videos: MP4 (Video: H.264, Audio: AAC), WMV (WMV 7/8/9), AVI (MJPEG)
- Photos: JPG, GIF, BMP, PNG, TIFF, MPO
• Files that have been recorded with other manufacturers’ devices may not play
back smoothly.
Viewing photos
1
No.
Description
1
File name
2
Enlarged area
3
Histogram
4
Open the selected file.
5
Histogram button
6
Rotate to the left/Rotate to the right.
7
Move to the previous file/Move to the next file.
8
Fit the photo to the screen.
9
View the photo in the original size.
10
Zoom in/Zoom out
11
Switches between 2D and 3D mode.
2
3
11
10
9 8
7
6
5
4
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Using programs on a computer
Viewing videos
1
No.
Description
6
Pause
7
Move to the previous file.
8
Progress bar
Downloading the firmware
From the Samsung i-Launcher screen, click Firmware Upgrade.
Downloading the PC Auto Backup program
2
8
No.
Description
1
File name
2
Adjust the volume.
3
Open the selected file.
4
Move to the next file.
5
Stop
7 6 5 4
From the Samsung i-Launcher screen, click PC Auto Backup.
For information about installing the PC Auto Backup program,
refer to page 133.
3
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Using programs on a computer
Installing Adobe Photoshop Lightroom
Using Adobe Photoshop Lightroom
1
Insert Adobe Photoshop Lightroom DVD-ROM into your
computer.
2
Select a language.
3
Follow the on-screen instructions.
Photos captured by a camera are often transformed to JPEG formats and
stored in the memory according to the settings of the camera at the time
of shooting. RAW files are not transformed to JPEG formats and are stored
in the memory without any changes. With Adobe Photoshop Lightroom,
you can calibrate exposures, White Balances, tones, contrasts, and colors
of photos. You can also edit JPEG or TIFF files as well as RAW files. For more
information, refer to the program guide.
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Appendix
Get information about error messages, camera maintenance,
trouble shooting tips, specifications, and optional accessories.
Appendix
Error messages
When the following error messages appear, try these remedies.
Error messages
Suggested remedies
Folder and file
number are max
values. Replace
the card
File names do not match the DCF standard. Transfer
the files on the memory card to your computer and
format the card. (p. 155)
Error messages
Suggested remedies
Lens is locked
The lens is locked. Rotate the lens counter-clockwise
until you hear a click. (p. 46)
Card Error
• Turn off your camera, and then turn it on again.
• Remove your memory card and insert it again.
• Format your memory card.
Error 00
Turn off your camera and remount the lens. If the
message still appears, contact a service center.
Low Battery
Insert a charged battery or recharge the battery.
Error 01/02
No Image File
Capture photos or insert a memory card that contains
photos.
Turn off your camera, remove the battery, and insert
again. If the message still appears, contact a service
center.
File Error
Delete the damaged file or contact a service center.
Memory Full
Delete unnecessary files or insert a new memory card.
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Cleaning the camera
Camera lens and display
Use a brush to remove dust and wipe the lens gently with a soft cloth.
If any dust remains, apply lens cleaning liquid to a piece of cleaning paper
and wipe gently.
Image sensor
Depending on different shooting conditions, dust may appear in photos
because the image sensor is exposed to the external environment. This
problem is normal, and the exposure to dust occurs in everyday use
of the camera. You can remove dust from the sensor by operating the
sensor cleaning function. (p. 156) If dust remains after cleaning the sensor,
contact a service center. Do not insert the blower into the mounting
opening of the lens.
Camera body
Wipe gently with a soft, dry cloth.
Never use benzene, thinners, or alcohol to clean the device. These solutions can
damage the camera or cause it to malfunction.
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Using or storing the camera
Using on beaches or shores
• Protect your camera from sand and dirt when you use it on beaches or in
Inappropriate places to use or store the camera
• Avoid exposing the camera to very cold or very hot temperatures.
• Avoid using your camera in areas with extremely high humidity, or
other similar areas.
• Your camera is not waterproof. Do not handle the battery, adapter, or
memory card with wet hands. Operating the camera with wet hands
may cause damage to your camera.
where the humidity changes drastically.
• Avoid exposing the camera to direct sunlight and storing it in hot, poorly
ventilated areas, such as in a car during summer time.
• Protect your camera and the display from impact, rough handling, and
excessive vibration to avoid serious damage.
• Avoid using or storing your camera in dusty, dirty, humid, or poorly
ventilated areas to prevent damage to moving parts and internal
components.
• Do not use your camera near fuels, combustibles, or flammable
Storing for extended period of time
• When you store the camera for an extended period, place it in a sealed
container with an absorbent material, such as silica gel.
• Over time, unused batteries will discharge and must be recharged before
use.
• The present date and time can be initialized when the camera is turned
on after the camera and battery have been separated for a prolonged
period.
chemicals. Do not store or carry flammable liquids, gases, or explosive
materials in the same compartment as the camera or its accessories.
• Do not store the camera where there are mothballs.
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Using the camera with caution in humid environments
When you transfer the camera from a cold environment to a warm one,
condensation can form on the lens or internal components of the camera.
In this situation, turn off the camera and wait for at least 1 hour.
If condensation forms on the memory card, remove the memory card from
the camera and wait until all moisture has evaporated before reinserting it.
Other cautions
• Do not swing your camera by the strap. This may cause injury to yourself
or others or damage to your camera.
• Do not paint your camera, as paint can clog moving parts and prevent
proper operation.
• Turn off the camera when not using it.
• Your camera consists of delicate parts. Avoid impacts to the camera.
• Protect the display from external force by keeping it in the case when
not in use. Protect the camera from scratches by keeping it away from
sand, sharp implements, or loose change.
• Do not use the camera if the screen is cracked or broken. Broken glass or
acrylic could cause injury to your hands and face. Take the camera to a
Samsung service center to have it repaired.
• Never place cameras, batteries, chargers, or accessories near, on, or
in heating devices, such as microwave ovens, stoves, or radiators.
These devices may be deformed and can overheat and cause a fire or
explosion.
• Do not expose the lens to direct sunlight, as this may discolor the image
sensor or cause it to malfunction.
• Protect your lens from fingerprints and scratches. Clean your lens with a
soft, clean, debris-free lens cloth.
• The camera may turn off if impacted from the outside. This is to protect
the memory card. Turn on the camera to use it again.
• While you use the camera, it may heat up. This is normal and should not
affect your camera’s lifespan or performance.
• When you use the camera in low temperatures, it may take some time to
turn on, the color of the display may be changed temporarily, or afterimages may appear. These conditions are not malfunctions and they will
correct themselves when the camera is returned to milder temperatures.
• Paint or metal on the outside of the camera may cause allergies,
itchy skin, eczema, or swelling for people with sensitive skin.
If you experience any of these symptoms, stop using the camera
immediately and consult a doctor.
• Do not insert foreign objects into any of your camera’s compartments,
slots, or access points. Damage due to improper use may not be covered
by your warranty.
• Do not allow unqualified personnel to service the camera or attempt to
service the camera yourself. Any damage that results from unqualified
service is not covered by your warranty.
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About memory card
Supported memory card
This product supports microSD (Secure Digital), microSDHC (Secure Digital
High Capacity), or microSDXC (Secure Digital eXtended Capacity) memory
cards.
Memory card adapter
Memory card
To read data with a computer or memory card reader, insert the memory
card into a memory card adapter.
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Memory card capacity
The memory capacity may differ depending on shooting scenes or shooting conditions. These capacities are based on a 2 GB SD card.
Quality
Size
Photo
Super Fine
Fine
Normal
RAW
RAW + S.Fine
RAW + Fine
RAW + Normal
20.0M (5472X3648)
130
163
217
39
30
31
33
10.1M (3888X2592)
277
356
505
-
33
34
35
5.9M (2976X1984)
471
570
727
-
35
36
36
2.0M (1728X1152)
1,053
1,426
1,941
-
37
37
38
Burst
430
514
638
-
-
-
-
16.9M (5472X3080)
153
190
251
-
31
32
34
7.8M (3712X2088)
346
417
568
-
34
35
36
4.9M (2944X1656)
512
670
896
-
36
36
37
2.1M (1920X1080)
1,015
1,349
1,700
-
37
37
37
13.3M (3648X3648)
217
227
284
-
32
33
34
7.0M (2640X2640)
336
465
592
-
35
35
36
4.0M (2000X2000)
559
752
1,203
-
36
37
37
1.1M (1024X1024)
2,149
2,471
2,819
-
38
38
38
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Size
1920X1080 (30 fps)
*
1920X1080 (15 fps)
1920X810 (24 fps)
Video
1280X720 (60 fps)
1280X720 (30 fps)
640X480 (30 fps)
For Sharing (30 fps)
*
•
•
•
•
•
•
Quality
HQ
Normal
Approx. 17' 21"
Approx. 21' 44"
Approx. 23' 02"
Approx. 28' 50"
Approx. 21' 11"
Approx. 26' 31"
Approx. 16' 33"
Approx. 20' 42"
Approx. 28' 38"
Approx. 35' 53"
Approx. 70' 48"
Approx. 88' 58"
Approx. 213' 41"
Approx. 271' 09"
is available only with some Smart Filter options.
The figures above are measured without using the zoom function.
Available recording time may vary if you use the zoom.
Several videos were recorded in succession to determine the total recording time.
The maximum recording time is 29 minutes and 59 seconds per file.
The maximum recording time when you select
is 20 minutes.
The maximum playback time of For Sharing videos is 30 seconds per file.
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Cautions when using memory cards
• Avoid memory cards to very cold or very hot temperatures (below
0 °C/32 °F or above 40 °C/104 °F). Extreme temperatures can cause
memory cards to malfunction.
• Insert a memory card in the correct direction. Inserting a memory card in
the wrong direction may damage your camera and memory card.
• Do not use memory cards that have been formatted by other cameras or
by a computer. Reformat the memory card with your camera.
• Turn off the camera when you insert or remove the memory card.
• Do not remove the memory card or turn off your camera while the lamp
is blinking, as this may damage your data.
• When the lifespan of a memory card has expired, you cannot store any
• Prevent memory cards from making contact with liquids, dirt, or foreign
substances. If dirty, wipe the memory card clean with a soft cloth before
you insert the memory card in your camera.
• Do not allow liquids, dirt, or foreign substances to come in contact with
memory cards or the memory card slot. Doing so may cause memory
cards or the camera to malfunction.
• When you carry a memory card, use a case to protect the card from
electrostatic discharges.
• Transfer important data to other media, such as a hard disk, CD, or DVD.
• When you use the camera for an extended period, the memory card may
become warm. This is normal and does not indicate a malfunction.
• Use a memory card that meets the standard requirements.
more photos on the card. Use a new memory card.
• Do not bend, drop, or subject memory cards to heavy impact or
The manufacturer is not responsible for any loss of data.
pressure.
• Avoid using or storing memory cards near strong magnetic fields.
• Avoid using or keeping memory cards in areas with high temperature,
high humidity, or corrosive substances.
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About the battery
• Do not rest the device on flammable surfaces, such as bedding, carpets, or
Use only Samsung-approved batteries.
• When the device is switched on, do not leave it in any confined space for a
electric blankets for a prolonged period.
prolonged period.
• Do not allow battery terminals to come in contact with metallic objects, such
as necklaces, coins, keys, or watches.
Battery specifications
• Use only authentic, manufacturer-recommended, Lithium-ion replacement
Item
Description
Model
BP1130
Type
Lithium-ion battery
Cell capacity
1,130 mAh
Voltage
7.6 V
Charging time* (When the battery
is completely discharged)
Approx. 215 min
batteries.
• Do not disassemble the battery or puncture the battery with any sharp
object.
• Avoid exposing the battery to high pressure or crushing forces.
• Avoid exposing the battery to major impacts, such as dropping it from high
places.
• Do not expose the battery to temperatures of 60 °C (140 °F) or above.
• Do not allow the battery to come in contact with moisture or liquids.
• Battery shall not be exposed to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the
like.
* Charging the battery by connecting it to a computer may take longer.
Disposal guidelines
Personal injury or death can occur if the battery is handled carelessly or
improperly. For your safety, follow these instructions for proper battery
handling:
• The battery can ignite or explode if not handled properly. If you notice
•
•
•
•
any deformities, cracks, or other abnormalities in the battery, immediately
discontinue use of the battery and contact your manufacturer.
Use only authentic, manufacturer-recommend battery chargers and charge
the battery only by the method described in this user manual.
Do not place the battery near heating devices or expose to excessively warm
environments, such as the inside of an enclosed car in the summertime.
Do not place the battery in a microwave oven.
Avoid storing or using the battery in hot, humid places, such as spas or
shower enclosures.
• Dispose of the battery with care.
• Do not dispose of the battery in a fire.
• Disposal regulations may differ by country or region. Dispose of the battery in
accordance with all local and federal regulations.
Guidelines for charging the battery
Charge the battery only by the method described in this user manual.
The battery can ignite or explode if not charged properly.
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Battery life
Notes about using the battery
Shooting mode
Average time / Number of photos
Photos
Approx. 170 min/Approx. 340 photos
Videos
Approx. 130 min (Record videos at 1920X1080
resolution and 30 fps.)
• The figures above are based on the CIPA test standards.
Your results may differ depending on your actual usage.
• Available shooting time differs depending on background, shooting
interval, and use conditions.
• Several videos were recorded in succession to determine the total
recording time.
• Avoid exposing batteries to very cold or very hot temperatures (below
0 °C/32 °F or above 40 °C/104 °F). Extreme temperatures can reduce the
charging capacity of your batteries.
• When you use the camera for an extended period, the area around the
battery chamber may become warm. This does not affect the normal use
of the camera.
• Do not pull the power supply cable to disconnect the plug from the
power outlet, as this may cause a fire or electric shock.
• In temperatures below 0 °C/32 °F, battery capacity and battery life may
decrease.
• Battery capacity may decrease in low temperatures, but will return to
normal in milder temperatures.
Low battery message
When the battery has fully discharged, the battery icon will turn red and
the "Low Battery" message will appear.
• Remove the batteries from your camera when storing it for an extended
period. Installed batteries may leak or corrode over time and cause
serious damage to your camera. Storing the camera for extended
periods with the battery installed causes the battery to discharge. You
may not be able to recharge a fully discharged battery.
• When you do not use the camera for an extended period (3 months or
more), check the battery and recharge it regularly. If you let the battery
discharge continually, its capacity and life may decrease, which can lead
to a malfunction, fire, or explosion.
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Cautions about using the battery
Protect batteries, chargers, and memory cards from damage.
Prevent batteries from making contact with metal objects, as this can
create a connection between the + and – terminals of your battery and
lead to temporary or permanent battery damage and may cause a fire or
electric shock.
Notes about charging the battery
• If the status lamp is off, make sure that the battery is inserted correctly.
• If the camera is on while charging, the battery may not fully charge. Turn
off the camera before charging the battery.
• Do not use your camera when you are charging the battery. This may
cause a fire or electric shock.
• Do not pull the power supply cable to disconnect the plug from the
power outlet, as this may cause a fire or electric shock.
• If you connect the camera to an external power source when the battery
is depleted, using high energy-consuming functions will cause the
camera to turn off. To use the camera normally, recharge the battery.
• If you reconnect the power cable when the battery is fully charged, the
status lamp turns on for approximately 30 minutes.
• Using the flash or recording videos depletes the battery quickly. Charge
the battery until the red status lamp turns off.
• If the status lamp blinks in red, reconnect the cable, or remove the
battery and insert it again.
• If you charge the battery when the cable is overheated or the
temperature is too high, the status lamp may blink in red. Charging will
start when the battery cools down.
• Overcharging batteries may shorten battery life. After charging is
finished, disconnect the cable from your camera.
• Do not bend or place heavy objects on the AC cable. Doing so may
damage the cable.
• Let the battery charge for at least 10 minutes before turning on the
camera.
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Notes about charging with a computer connected
• Use only the provided USB cable.
• The battery may not charge when:
- you use a USB hub
- other USB devices are connected to your computer
- you connect the cable to the port on the front side of your computer
- the USB port of your computer does not support the power output standard
(5 V, 500 mA)
Handle and dispose of batteries and chargers with care
• Never dispose of batteries in a fire. Follow all local regulations when you
dispose of used batteries.
• Never place batteries or cameras on or in heating devices, such as
microwave ovens, stoves, or radiators. Batteries may explode when they
are overheated.
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Before contacting a service center
If you are having trouble with your device, try these troubleshooting
solutions before contacting a service professional.
Situation
Suggested remedies
• There is no space on the memory card. Delete
unnecessary files or insert a new card.
When you leave your camera at a service center, be sure to also leave the other
components that may have contributed to the malfunction, such as the memory
card and battery.
Situation
Suggested remedies
Cannot turn on the
camera
• Ensure that the battery is inserted.
• Ensure that the battery is inserted correctly.
• Charge the battery.
• Charge the battery.
• Your camera may be in Power save mode or the
The power turns off
suddenly
display turns off automatically. (p. 153)
• The camera may be turned off automatically to
prevent the memory card from being damaged
due to excessive heat. Turn on your camera
again.
• The battery may lose power more quickly in
The camera is losing
battery power quickly
low temperatures (below 0 °C/32 °F). Keep the
battery warm by putting it into your pocket.
• Using the flash or recording videos depletes the
battery quickly. Recharge if needed.
• Batteries are consumable parts that must be
replaced over time. Get a new battery if the
battery life is diminishing quickly.
Cannot capture
photos
• Format the memory card.
• The memory card is defective. Get a new
memory card.
• Ensure that the camera is switched on.
• Charge the battery.
• Ensure that the battery is inserted correctly.
The camera freezes
Remove the battery and insert it again.
The camera heats up
While using the camera, it may heat up.
This is normal and should not affect your camera’s
lifespan or performance.
The flash fires
unexpectedly
The flash may fire due to static electricity.
The camera is not malfunctioning.
The flash does not
work
• The flash option may be set to Off. (p. 101)
• You cannot use the flash in some modes.
The date and time are
incorrect
Set the date and time under the q menu.
(p. 153)
The display or buttons
do not work
Remove the battery and insert it again.
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Situation
Suggested remedies
Situation
• Turn off your camera, and then turn it on again.
• Remove your memory card, and then insert it
The memory card has
an error
again.
• Format your memory card.
See "Cautions when using memory cards" for
more details. (p. 176)
Your computer does
not recognize a
microSDXC memory
card
microSDXC memory cards use the exFAT file
system. To use microSDXC memory cards on a
Windows XP computer, download and update
the exFAT file system driver from the Microsoft
website.
Your TV or computer
cannot display photos
and videos that are
stored on a microSDXC
memory card
microSDXC memory cards use the exFAT file
system. Ensure that the external device is
compatible with the exFAT file system before
connecting the camera to the device.
Cannot display files
If you change the name of a file, your camera may
not play the file (the name of the file should meet
the DCF standard). If you encounter this situation,
display files on your computer.
Suggested remedies
• Ensure that the focus option you set is suitable
for the kind of shot you are capturing.
The photo is blurry
• Use a tripod to prevent your camera from
shaking.
• Ensure that the lens is clean. If not, clean the
lens. (p. 170)
The colors in the
photo do not match
the actual scene
An incorrect White Balance can create unrealistic
color. Select the proper White Balance option to
suit the light source. (p. 77)
The photo is too
bright or too dark.
Your photo is overexposed or underexposed.
• Adjust the aperture value or the shutter speed.
• Adjust the ISO sensitivity. (p. 76)
• Turn off or on the flash. (p. 101)
• Adjust the exposure value. (p. 104)
Photos are distorted
This camera can have minute distortion when
using a wide-angle lens that enables shooting
with a wide angle of view. This is normal, and
does not cause malfunction.
Playback screen does
not appear on the
connected external
device
• Ensure that HDMI cable is properly connected
to the external monitor.
• Ensure that the memory card is properly
recorded.
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Situation
Your computer does
not recognize your
camera
Suggested remedies
Situation
Suggested remedies
• Ensure that the USB cable is connected
Cannot set the DPOF
for RAW files
You cannot set the DPOF for RAW files.
correctly.
• Ensure that your camera is switched on.
• Ensure that you are using a supported
operating system.
Your computer
disconnects the
camera while
transferring files
The file transfer may be interrupted by static
electricity. Disconnect the USB cable and connect
it again.
Your computer cannot
play videos
Videos may not play on some video player
programs. To play video files captured with your
camera, use the Multimedia Viewer program that
you can install with the i-Launcher program on
your computer.
• End i-Launcher and restart the program.
• Depending on your computer's specifications
i-Launcher is not
functioning properly
and environment, the program may not
launch automatically. In this case, click
Start → All Programs → Samsung →
i-Launcher → Samsung i-Launcher on your
Windows computer. (For Windows 8, open
Start screen, and then select All apps →
Samsung i-Launcher.) Or, click Applications
→ Samsung → i-Launcher on your Mac OS
computer.
• Subject is not in focus. When the subject is
Auto Focus does not
work
outside the AF area, shoot by moving the
subject inside the AF area and half-pressing
[Shutter].
• Subject is too close. Step back from the subject
and shoot.
• The focus mode is set to MF. Switch the mode
to AF.
AEL feature does not
work
AEL feature does not work in Auto, Manual and
Smart modes. Select another mode to use this
feature.
Lens does not work
• Ensure that the lens is properly mounted.
• Remove the lens from the camera and
remount it.
External flash or GPS
does not work
The date & time
settings screen
appears when you
power on the camera
Ensure that the external device is properly
mounted and turned on.
• Set the date and time again.
• This screen appears when the camera’s internal
power source is completely discharged. Insert
a fully charged battery and wait at least 72
hours in power off status for the internal power
source to be recharged.
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Camera specifications
Image Sensor
Display
Type
CMOS
Sensor size
23.5 X 15.7 mm
Effective pixels
Approx. 20.3 mega-pixels
Total pixels
Approx. 21.6 mega-pixels
Color filter
RGB primary color filter
Lens Mount
Type
Samsung NX Mount
Available lens
Samsung lenses
Image Stabilization
Type
Lens shift (depends on lens)
Mode
Off/Mode 1/Mode 2
Distortion Correct
Type
TFT-LCD with Touch Panel (C-type Touch Control
Enabled)
Size
3.7" (Approx. 93.8 mm)
Resolution
WVGA (800X480) 1,152k dots
Field of view
Approx. 100 %
Angle
Fixed
User display
Grid Line, Icons, Histogram, Distance Scale,
Level gauge
Focusing
Type
Contrast AF
Focusing point
•
•
•
•
Mode
Single AF, Continuous AF, Manual Focus,
Touch AF & Shutter
AF Assist Lamp
Green LED
Off/On (depends on lens)
i-Function
Z (X1.2, 1.4, 1.7, 2.0)
Dust Reduction
Type
Selection: 1 point (Free selection)
Multi: Normal 21 points, Close up 35 points
Face detection: Max. 10 faces
Object Tracking AF
Super sonic drive
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Shutter
Drive Mode
Type
Electronically controlled vertical-run focal plane
shutter
Speed
• Auto: 1/4,000–1/4 sec.
• Manual: 1/4,000–30 sec. (1/3 EV Step)
• Bulb (time limit: 4 min)
Mode
8 fps
Continuous shooting
Exposure
TTL 221 (17 X 13) Block segment
Metering system
* Maximum shooting speed is 8 frames per second. It will
slow down after approx. JPEG 13 shots, RAW 5 shots.
(Based on UHS-1 SD Card. May vary depending on the
spec of memory card.)
Burst shooting
• 10, 15, or 30 frames per second
• Up to 30 shots per shutter-press
Bracket shooting
Auto exposure bracketing (±3 EV),
White Balance bracketing,
Picture Wizard bracketing
• 1 Step: Auto, ISO 100, ISO 200, ISO 400,
Self-timer
2–30 sec. (1 second interval)
ISO 800, ISO 1600, ISO 3200, ISO 6400,
ISO 12800, ISO 25600
• 1/3 Step: Auto, ISO 100, ISO 125, ISO 160,
ISO 200, ISO 250, ISO 320, ISO 400, ISO 500,
ISO 640, ISO 800, ISO 1000, ISO 1250,
ISO 1600, ISO 2000, ISO 2500, ISO 3200,
ISO 4000, ISO 5000, ISO 6400, ISO 8000,
ISO 10000, ISO 12800, ISO 16000, ISO 20000,
ISO 25600
Shutter release
SR2NX02 (via Micro USB port) (optional)
Metering: Multi, Center-weighted, Spot
Metering range: EV 0–18 (ISO100 · 30 mm, F2)
Compensation
±3 EV (1/3 EV Step)
AE lock
AEL touch button
ISO equivalent
Single, Continuous, Burst (5M only), Timer,
Bracket (Auto Exposure, White Balance, Picture
Wizard)
Flash
Type
External Flash (Bundle with SEF8A)
Mode
Smart Flash, Auto, Auto Red-eye, Fill in,
Fill-in Red, 1st Curtain, 2nd Curtain, Off
Guide number
8 (based on ISO 100) (SEF8A)
Angle of view
28 mm (35 mm film equivalent)
Sync speed
Less than 1/180 sec.
Flash EV
-2–+2 EV (0.5 EV Step)
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External flash
Optional Samsung external flashes
Sync terminal
Hot-shoe
Smart mode
Beauty Face, Best Face, Landscape, Macro,
Action Freeze, Rich Tones, Panorama, Waterfall,
Silhouette, Sunset, Night, Fireworks, Light Trace,
Creative Shot
Mode
Auto WB, Daylight, Cloudy, Fluorescent White,
Fluorescent NW, Fluorescent Daylight, Tungsten,
Flash WB, Custom Set, Color Temperature
(Manual)
Smart Filter
Vignetting, Miniature, Colored Pencil, Watercolor,
Wash drawing, Oil Sketch, Ink Sketch, Acryl,
Negative, Red, Green, Blue, Yellow
Micro adjustment
Amber/Blue/Green/Magenta 7 steps respectively
White Balance
• JPEG (3:2): 20.0M (5472X3648),
Dynamic Range
Off/Smart Range+/HDR
Picture Wizard
Mode
Standard, Vivid, Portrait, Landscape, Forest,
Retro, Cool, Calm, Classic, Custom1, Custom2,
Custom3
Parameter
Color, Saturation, Sharpness, Contrast
Size
* 3D mode with SAMSUNG 45 mm F1.8 [T6] 2D/3D lens
is available only with JPEG (16:9) 4.1M (2688X1512) or
2.1M (1920X1080).
Shooting
Mode
Auto, Smart, Expert (Program, Aperture Priority,
Shutter Priority, Manual, Custom), Wi-Fi
10.1M (3888X2592), 5.9M (2976X1984),
5.0M (2736X1824) (Burst mode only),
2.0M (1728X1152)
• JPEG (16:9): 16.9M (5472X3080),
7.8M (3712X2088), 4.9M (2944X1656),
2.1M (1920X1080)
• JPEG (1:1): 13.3M (3648X3648),
7.0M (2640X2640), 4.0M (2000X2000),
1.1M (1024X1024)
• RAW: 20.0M (5472X3648)
Quality
Super Fine, Fine, Normal
RAW standard
SRW (ver.2.0.0)
Color space
sRGB, Adobe RGB
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Video
Playback
Type
MP4 (H.264)
Format
Movie: H.264, Sound: AAC
Movie AE mode
Type
Single image, Thumbnails (15/28), Slide show,
Movie
Program, Aperture Priority, Shutter Priority,
Manual
Edit
Smart Filter, Red-eye Fix, Resize, Rotate, Face
Retouch, Brightness, Contrast
Smart Filter
Vignetting, Miniature, Colored Pencil, Watercolor,
Wash drawing, Oil Sketch, Ink Sketch, Acryl,
Negative, Red, Green, Blue, Yellow
Smart filter
Vignetting, Miniature, Colored Pencil, Watercolor,
Wash drawing, Oil Sketch, Ink Sketch, Acryl,
Negative, Red, Green, Blue, Yellow
Size
1920X1080, 1920X810, 1280X720, 640X480,
320X240 (For Sharing)
Frame rate
30 fps, 24 fps (available only with 1920X810),
15 fps (available only with some Smart Filter
options)
Multi Motion
x0.25 (640X480, 320X240 only), x0.5 (1280X720
(30 fps), 640X480, 320X240 only), x1, x5, x10, x20
Quality
HQ, Normal
Sound
Stereo
Edit
Still image capture, Time trimming
Storage
Media
External memory (optional):
microSD card (2 GB guaranteed),
microSDHC card (up to 32 GB guaranteed),
microSDXC card (up to 64 GB guaranteed)
• Class 6, 10, UHS-1
File format
RAW (SRW (ver.2.0.0)), JPEG (EXIF 2.21),
MPO (3D), MP4 (Movie), DCF, DPOF 1.1
GPS
Type
Geo-tagging with an optional GPS Module
(WGS 84)
Feature
Location name (English and Korean only)
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Wireless network
Power Source
Type
IEEE 802.11b/g/n
Function
MobileLink, Remote Viewfinder, Auto Backup,
Email, SNS & Cloud, Samsung Link, AutoShare,
Wi-Fi Direct
NFC
Type
Rechargeable battery: BP1130 (1,130 mAh)
* The power source may differ depending on your region.
Dimensions (W X H X D)
119 X 64.5 X 35.7 mm (without protrusions)
Weight
Yes
228 g (without battery and memory card)
Interface
Operating Temperature
Digital output
USB 2.0 (micro USB jack)
Video output
• NTSC, PAL (selectable)
• HDMI
Operating Humidity
External release
Yes (micro USB)
Software
External microphone
Yes
DC power input
DC 5.0V, 1A via micro USB
0–40 °C
5–85 %
i-Launcher, Adobe Photoshop Lightroom
* Specifications may change without notice to improve performance.
* Other brands and products names are trademarks of respective owners.
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Glossary
AP (Access Point)
AEL/AFL (Auto Exposure Lock/Auto Focus Lock)
An access point is a device that allows wireless devices to connect to a
wired network.
These features help you lock the exposure or focus on which you want to
focus or calculate the exposure.
Ad-Hoc network
AF (Auto Focus)
An ad-hoc network is a temporary connection for sharing files or an
internet connection and between computers and devices.
A system that automatically focuses the camera lens on the subject. Your
camera uses the contrast to focus automatically.
AdobeRGB
AMOLED (Active-matrix organic light-emitting diode) /
LCD (Liquid Crystal Display)
Adobe RGB is used for commercial printing and has a larger color range
than sRGB. Its wider range of colors helps you to easily edit photos on a
computer.
AMOLED is a visual display that is very thin and light, as it does not
need backlighting. LCD is a visual display commonly used in consumer
electronics. This display needs a separate backlight, such as CCFL or LED, to
reproduce colors.
AEB (Auto Exposure Bracket)
This feature automatically captures several images at different exposures
to help you capture a properly-exposed image.
Aperture
The aperture controls the amount of light that reaches the camera’s sensor.
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Glossary
Camera shake (Blur)
Composition
If the camera is moved while the shutter is open, the entire image may
appear blurred. This occurs more often when the shutter speed is slow.
Prevent camera shake by raising the sensitivity, using the flash, or using
a faster shutter speed. Alternatively, use a tripod or the OIS function to
stabilize the camera.
Composition in photography means arranging objects in a photo. Usually,
abiding by the rule of thirds leads to a good composition.
Cloud Computing
DCF (Design rule for Camera File system)
A specification to define a file format and file system for digital cameras
created by the Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries
Association (JEITA).
Cloud computing is a technology that allows you to store data on remote
servers and to use them from a device with internet access.
Depth of field
Color space
The range of colors that the camera can see.
The distance between the nearest and farthest points that can be
acceptably focused in a photograph. Depth of field varies with lens
aperture, focal length, and distance from the camera to the subject.
Selecting a smaller aperture, for example, will increase the depth of field
and blur the background of a composition.
Color temperature
Color Temperature is a measurement in degrees Kelvin (K) that indicates
the hue of a specific type of light source. As the color temperature
increases, the color of the light source has a more bluish quality. As the
color temperature decreases, the color of the light source has a more
reddish quality. At 5,500 degrees Kelvin, the color of the light source is
similar to the sun at midday.
DPOF (Digital Print Order Format)
A format for writing printing information, such as selected images
and number of prints, on a memory card. DPOF-compatible printers,
sometimes available at photo shops, can read the information from the
card for convenient printing.
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Glossary
EV (Exposure Value)
Flash
All the combinations of the camera’s shutter speed and lens aperture that
result in the same exposure.
A speed light that helps to create adequate exposure in low-light
conditions.
EV Compensation
Focal length
This feature allows you to quickly adjust the exposure value measured by
the camera, in limited increments, to improve the exposure of your photos.
The distance from the middle of the lens to its focal point (in millimeters).
Longer focal lengths result in narrower angles of view and the subject is
magnified. Shorter focal lengths result in wider angles of view.
Exif (Exchangeable Image File Format)
A specification to define an image file format for digital cameras created by
the Japan Electronic Industries Development Association (JEIDA).
Exposure
The amount of light allowed to reach the camera’s sensor. Exposure is
controlled by a combination of the shutter speed, the aperture value, and
ISO sensitivity.
Histogram
A graphical representation of the brightness of an image. The horizontal
axis represents the brightness and the vertical axis represents the number
of pixels. High points at the left (too dark) and right (too bright) on the
histogram indicate a photo that is improperly exposed.
H.264/MPEG-4
A high-compression video format established by international standard
organizations ISO-IEC and ITU-T. This codec is capable of providing good
video quality at low bit rates developed by the Joint Video Team (JVT).
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Glossary
Image sensor
Metering
The physical part of a digital camera that contains a photosite for each
pixel in the image. Each photosite records the brightness of the light that
strikes it during an exposure. Common sensor types are CCD (Chargecoupled Device) and CMOS (Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor).
The metering refers to the way in which the camera measures the quantity
of light to set the exposure.
MF (Manual Focus)
IP (Internet protocol) address
A system that manually focuses the camera lens on the subject.
You can use the focus ring to focus on a subject.
An IP address is a unique number that is assigned to every device that is
connected to the internet.
MJPEG (Motion JPEG)
ISO sensitivity
The sensitivity of the camera to light, based on the equivalent film speed
used in a film camera. At higher ISO sensitivity settings, the camera uses a
higher shutter speed, which can reduce blur caused by camera shake and
low light. However, images with high sensitivity are more susceptible to
noise.
A video format which is compressed as a JPEG image.
MPO (Multi Picture Object)
An image file format that contains multiple images in a file. An MPO file
provides a 3D effect on MPO-compatible displays, such as 3D TVs or 3D
monitors.
JPEG (Joint Photographic Experts Group)
A lossy method of compression for digital images. JPEG images are
compressed to reduce their overall file size with minimal deterioration of
the image resolution.
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Noise
PAL (Phase Alternate Line)
Misinterpreted pixels in a digital image that may appear as misplaced or
random, bright pixels. Noise usually occurs when photos are shot with a
high sensitivity or when a sensitivity is automatically set in a dark place.
A video color encoding standard used in numerous countries throughout
Africa, Asia, Europe, and the Middle East.
Quality
NFC (Near Field Communication)
NFC is a set of standards for radio communication at very close proximity.
You can use NFC-enabled devices to activate features or exchange data
with other devices.
An expression of the rate of compression used in a digital image. Higher
quality images have a lower rate of compression, which usually results in a
larger file size.
RAW (CCD raw data)
NTSC (National Television System Committee)
A video color encoding standard used most commonly in Japan, North
America, the Philippines, South America, South Korea, and Taiwan.
The original, unprocessed data, collected directly from the camera’s image
sensor. White Balance, contrast, saturation, sharpness, and other data can
be manipulated with editing software before the image is compressed into
a standard file format.
Optical zoom
This is a general zoom which can enlarge images with a lens and does not
deteriorate quality of images.
Resolution
The number of pixels present in a digital image. High resolution images
contain more pixels and typically show more detail than low resolution
images.
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Glossary
Shutter speed
White Balance (Color balance)
Shutter speed refers to the amount of time it takes to open and close the
shutter, and it is an important factor in the brightness of a photo, as it
controls the amount of light which passes through the aperture before
it reaches the image sensor. A fast shutter speed allows less time to let
light in and the photo becomes darker and more easily freezes subjects in
motion.
An adjustment of the intensities of colors (typically the primary colors red,
green, and blue), in an image. The goal of adjusting the White Balance, or
color balance, is to correctly render the colors in an image.
sRGB (Standard RGB)
International standard of color space established by the IEC (International
Electrotechnical Commission). This is defined from color space for PC
monitors and is also used as the standard color space for Exif.
Wi-Fi
Wi-Fi is a technology that allows electronic devices to exchange data
wirelessly over a network.
WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup)
WPS is a technology that secures wireless home networks.
Vignetting
A reduction of an image’s brightness or saturation at the periphery (outer
edges) compared to the center of the image. Vignetting can draw interest
to subjects positioned in the center of an image.
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Optional accessories
Lens
Lens
SAMSUNG 18-55 mm
F3.5-5.6 OIS III
SAMSUNG 20-50 mm
F3.5-5.6 ED II
SAMSUNG 85 mm F1.4 ED SSA
SAMSUNG 12-24 mm F4-5.6 ED
SAMSUNG 16 mm F2.4
SAMSUNG 20 mm F2.8
SAMSUNG 45 mm F1.8
SAMSUNG 45 mm F1.8 [T6] 2D/3D
External flash
SAMSUNG 30 mm F2
SAMSUNG 50-200 mm
F4-5.6 ED OIS III
SEF42A
SEF220A
GPS
GPS10
SAMSUNG 60 mm F2.8
Macro ED OIS SSA
SAMSUNG 18-200 mm
F3.5-6.3 ED OIS
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Optional accessories
Shutter release (micro USB type)
Microphone
SR2NX02
EM10
Rechargeable battery
Battery charger
BP1130
BC3NX01
Camera bag
Camera case
USB cable
HDMI cable
Strap
• These illustrations may differ from your actual items. Refer to the user
manuals of these optional accessories for details.
• Use only Samsung-approved accessories. Samsung is not responsible for
damage caused by using another manufacturer’s accessories.
Memory card
Filter
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Index
A
Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 167
Aperture 15, 19
Camera specifications 184
Charging 34
Color space 148
Fader 107
Files
Deleting 113
Photo type 75
Protecting 112
Video type 106
Auto Backup 133
Auto focus 82
D
Date & Time 153
B
Depth of Field (DOF) 16, 21
Battery
Digital Print Order Format
(DPOF) 115
Caution 177
Charging 34
Insert 33
i-Function 68
F
Flash
Bounce photography 26
Flash options 101
Guide number 25
Intensity 102
DIRECT LINK 31
Display brightness 152
F-number 15
Best Face mode 58
Display type 44
Focal length 20
Bracketing 96
Drive 94
Focus assist 90
Focus Peaking 90
C
E
Camera
Enlarging 114
I
Exposure Value (EV) 15, 104
Icons
Connecting as removable disk 160
Connecting to PC 160
Disconnecting (Windows) 161
Layout 29
i-Launcher 163
Image adjustment
Adjusting photos 120
Red-eye 121
Retouching faces 121
ISO sensitivity 76
i-Zoom 69
L
Lenses
Layout 45
Locking 46
Markings 49
Unlocking 46
M
Playback mode 43
Shooting mode 41
Maintenance 170
Memory card
Caution 173
Insert 33
Metering 98
MobileLink 129
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Index
Shooting modes
O
R
One touch shot 89
Red-eye effect
Playback mode 121
Shooting mode 102
Optical Image Stabilization
(OIS) 93
Optional accessories
Attach the GPS module 53
Connect the flash 51
Flash layout 50
GPS module layout 53
P
Aperture Priority 62
Auto 55
Custom 65
Manual 64
Program 61
Recording 66
Shutter Priority 63
Smart 57
Remote Viewfinder 131
Resolution
Playback mode 119
Shooting mode (Movie) 106
Shooting mode (Photo) 74
Retouching faces 121
Slide show 114
Rotating 119
Smart filter
Playback mode 122
Shooting mode 81
Panorama mode 59
Editing 118
Enlarging 114
Shooting options 74
Viewing on 3D TV 159
Viewing on camera 110
Viewing on HDTV 158
Mac 161
Windows 160
TV 158
U
Unpacking 28
Shutter speed 17, 19
Rule of thirds 23
Photos
Transferring files
V
Video Out 153
Videos
Smart panel 39
Capturing 117
Options 106
Recording 66
Viewing 116
S
Samsung Link 141
Service center 181
Settings 152
T
Thumbnails 110
Timer 95
Picture Wizard 80
Touch AF 88
Posture 13
Touch screen 40
Power save mode 153
Tracking AF 88
W
White balance 77
Wireless network 124
3
3D mode 70
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Correct Disposal of This Product
(Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment)
Correct disposal of batteries in this product
(Applicable in countries with separate collection systems)
(Applicable in countries with separate collection systems)
This marking on the product, accessories or literature indicates that the
product and its electronic accessories (e.g. charger, headset, USB cable)
should not be disposed of with other household waste at the end of their
working life. To prevent possible harm to the environment or human
health from uncontrolled waste disposal, please separate these items
from other types of waste and recycle them responsibly to promote the
sustainable reuse of material resources.
This marking on the battery, manual or packaging indicates that the
batteries in this product should not be disposed of with other household
waste at the end of their working life. Where marked, the chemical symbols
Hg, Cd or Pb indicate that the battery contains mercury, cadmium or lead
above the reference levels in EC Directive 2006/66. If batteries are not
properly disposed of, these substances can cause harm to human health or
the environment.
Household users should contact either the retailer where they purchased
this product, or their local government office, for details of where and how
they can take these items for environmentally safe recycling.
To protect natural resources and to promote material reuse, please
separate batteries from other types of waste and recycle them through
your local, free battery return system.
Business users should contact their supplier and check the terms and
conditions of the purchase contract. This product and its electronic
accessories should not be mixed with other commercial wastes for
disposal.
CAN ICES-3 (B)/NMB-3(B)
Dispose unwanted electronics through an approved recycler.
To find the nearest recycling location, go to our website:
www.samsung.com/recyclingdirect Or call, (877) 278 - 0799
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FCC notice
Caution:
Any changes or modifications in construction of this device which are not
expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the
user's authority to operate the equipment.
NOTE:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in
a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate
radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with
the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off
and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or
more of the following measures:
• Reorientate or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the distance between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to
which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Declaration of Conformity
Trade Name
: Samsung Electronics America, Inc.
Model No.
: Samsung NX2000
Responsible Party
: Samsung Electronics America, Inc.
Address
: 85 Challenger Road, Ridgefield Park, NJ 07660
Telephone No.
: 1-800-SAMSUNG (726-7864)
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must
accept any interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
FCC ID:A3LNX2000
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject
to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful
interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
RF exposure statements:
This device is for handheld operation only. The antenna(s) used for this
transmitter must be installed to provide a separation distance of at least
20 cm from all persons and must not be co-located or operating in
conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
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CAUTION
RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS REPLACED BY
AN INCORRECT TYPE.
DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING
TO THE INSTRUCTIONS.
No.: ESD-1307120C
28938/SDPPI/2013
1760
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) This device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Caution:
Any changes or modifications to the equipment not expressly
approved by the party responsible for compliance could void
user’s authority to operate the equipment.
Model : NX2000
Year of Manufacture : 2013
TA-2013/332
APPROVED
Complies with
IDA Standards
DA100790
TRC/SS/2013/69
IC: 649E-NX2000
This equipment may be operated in all EU countries.
In France, this equipment may only be used indoors.
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or visit our website www.samsung.com for after-sales service or inquiries.
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