Samsung | SAMSUNG ES80 | Samsung ES80 User Manual

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User Manual
ES80/ES81
Quick reference
Contents
Basic functions
Extended functions
Shooting options
Playback/Editing
Settings
Appendixes
Index
Health and safety information
Always comply with the following precautions and usage tips to avoid dangerous situations and ensure peak performance of your camera.
Keep your camera away from small children and pets.
Warning—situations that could cause injury to yourself or
others
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 disassemble or attempt to repair your camera.
This may result in electric shock or damage to the camera.
Do not expose the camera to direct sunlight or high
temperatures for an extended period of time.
Do not use your camera near flammable or explosive gases and
liquids.
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 or charger with blankets or clothes.
This may cause a fire or electric shock.
The camera may over-heat, which may distort the camera or
cause a fire.
Do not handle your camera with wet hands.
If liquid or foreign objects enter your camera, immediately
disconnect all power sources, such as the battery or charger,
and then contact a Samsung service center.
This may result in electric shock.
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.
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Health and safety information
Do not use batteries for unintended purposes.
Caution—situations that could cause damage to your
camera or other equipment
This may cause a fire or electric shock.
Remove the batteries from your camera when storing it for an
extended period of time.
Do not touch the flash while it fires.
The flash is very hot when fired and may burn your skin.
Installed batteries may leak or corrode over time and cause
serious damage to your camera.
When you use AC charger, turn off the camera before you
disconnect the power to the AC charger.
Use only authentic, manufacturer-recommended, Lithium-ion
replacement batteries. Do not damage or heat the battery.
Failing to do so may result in fire or electric shock.
This may cause a fire or personal injuries.
Disconnect chargers from power sources when not in use.
Use only Samsung-approved batteries, chargers, cables and
accessories.
Failing to do so may result in fire or electric shock.
Do not use a damaged power supply cord, plug, or loose
outlet when you charge batteries.
•Unauthorized batteries, chargers, cables or accessories can
cause batteries to explode, damage your camera, or cause
injury.
•Samsung is not responsible for damages or injuries caused by
unapproved batteries, chargers, cables or accessories.
This may cause a fire or electric shock.
Do not allow the AC charger to come in contact with the
+/- terminals on the battery.
This may cause a fire or electric shock.
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Health and safety information
Do not force the camera’s parts or apply pressure to the
camera.
Check that the camera is operating properly before use.
The manufacturer takes no responsibility for any loss of files or
damage that may result from camera malfunction or improper
use.
This may cause your camera to malfunction.
Exercise caution when you connect cables or adapters and
install batteries and memory cards.
You must plug the end of the cable with the arrow mark( ) into
your camera.
If you force the connectors, improperly connect cables, or
improperly install batteries and memory cards, you can damage
ports, connectors, and accessories.
If the cable is reversed, it may damage your files. The
manufacturer is not responsible for any loss of data.
Keep your cards with magnetic strips away from the camera case.
Information stored on the card may be damaged or erased.
Never use a damaged charger, battery, or memory card.
This may result in electric shock or camera malfunction or cause
a fire.
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Organization of the user manual
Basic functions
Copyright information
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Learn about your camera’s layout, icons, and basic
functions for shooting.
•Microsoft Windows and the Windows logo are
registered trademarks of the Microsoft Corporation.
•Mac is a registered trademark of the Apple Corporation.
•Trademarks and trade names used in this manual are
the property of their respective owners.
Extended functions
26
Learn how to take a photo by selecting a mode and
how to record a video or voice memo.
Shooting options
•Camera specifications or contents of this manual may
be changed without prior notice due to upgrade of
camera functions.
•You are not allowed to reuse or distribute any part of
this manual without prior permission.
•For Open Source License information, refer to the
“OpenSourceInfo.pdf” in the provided CD-ROM.
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Learn about the options you can set in shooting mode.
Playback/Editing
53
Learn how to play back photos, videos, or voice
memos and edit photos or videos.
You will also learn how to connect your camera to your
photo printer or TV.
Settings
75
Refer to options to configure your camera’s settings.
Appendixes
Refer to error messages, specifications, and
maintenance tips.
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Icons used in this manual
Indications used in this manual
Shooting mode
Icon
Indication
Function
Additional information
Smart Auto
Safety warnings and precautions
Program
DIS
Scene
Movie
Shooting mode icons
These icons indicate that a function is available in the
corresponding modes. The
mode may not support functions
for all scenes.
[ ]
Camera buttons; for example: [Shutter] represents the
shutter button.
( )
Page number of related information
→
The order of options or menus you must select to
perform a step. For example: Select Shooting → White
Balance represents select Shooting, and then select
White Balance.
*
Annotation
Abbreviations used in this manual
e.g.)
Available in the
Program, DIS, and
Movie modes
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Abbreviation
Definition
ACB
Auto Contrast Balance
AEB
Auto Exposure Bracket
AF
Auto Focus
DIS
Digital Image Stabilization
DPOF
Digital Print Order Format
EV
Exposure Value
ISO
International Organization for Standardization
WB
White Balance
Expressions used in this manual
Pressing the shutter
Exposure (Brightness)
•Half-press [Shutter]: press the shutter halfway down.
•Press [Shutter]: press the shutter all the way down.
The amount of light that enters your camera determines the
exposure. You can alter the exposure with shutter speed,
aperture value, and ISO speed. By altering the exposure, your
photos will be darker or lighter.
Half-press [Shutter]
Press [Shutter]
Normal exposure
Subject, background, and composition
•Subject: the main object of a scene, such as a person,
animal, or still life.
•Background: the objects around the subject.
•Composition: the combination of a subject and background.
Background
Composition
Subject
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Overexposure (too bright)
Common questions
You can get answers to common questions. Solve problems easily by setting shooting options.
The subject's eyes
appear red.
This is caused by a reflection from the camera flash.
• Set the flash option to
Red-eye or
Red-eye Fix. (p. 39)
Red-eye Fix in the edit menu. (p. 64)
• If the photo has already been taken, select
Photos have dust
spots.
Dust particles floating in the air may be captured in photos when using the flash.
• Turn off the flash or avoid taking photos in a dusty place.
• Set ISO speed options. (p.40)
Photos are blurred.
This may be caused by taking photos in low light conditions or holding the camera incorrectly.
• Press [Shutter] halfway down to make sure the subject is focused. (p. 24)
• Use the
mode. (p. 31)
Photos are blurred
when shooting at
night.
As the camera tries to let in more light, the shutter speed slows.
This can make it difficult to steady the camera and may result in camera shake.
• Turn on the flash. (p. 39)
• Set ISO speed options. (p. 40)
• Use a tripod to prevent your camera from shaking.
• Select
Night in the
mode. (p. 30)
Subjects come out
too dark because of
backlighting.
When the light source is behind the subject or when there is a high contrast between
the light and dark areas, the subject may come out shaded.
• Avoid shooting with the sun behind your subject.
• Select
Backlight in the
mode. (p. 28)
• Set the flash option to Fill in. (p. 40)
• Set the Auto Contrast Balance (ACB) option. (p. 47)
• Adjust the exposure. (p. 47)
Spot if a bright subject is in the center of the frame. (p. 48)
• Set the metering option to
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Quick reference
Taking photos of people
•
mode > Beauty Shot  29
mode > Portrait  28
•
• Red-eye, Red-eye Fix (to prevent or correct red-eye)
 39
• Face Detection  44
Adjusting the exposure (brightness)
• EV (to adjust exposure)  47
• ACB (to compensate for subjects against bright
backgrounds)  47
• Metering  48
• AEB (to take three photos of the same scene with
different exposures)  50
Taking photos at night or in the dark
•
mode > Night  30
mode > Sunset, Dawn, Fireworks  28
•
• Flash options  39
• ISO speed (to adjust the sensitivity to light)  40
Applying a different effect
• Photo styles (to apply tones)  51
• Image adjust (to adjust saturation, sharpness, or
contrast)  52
Taking action photos
Reducing camera shake
• Continuous, Motion Capture  50
•
mode  31
Taking photos of text, insects, or
flowers
•
mode > Close Up, Text  28
• Macro, Auto Macro (to take close-up photos)  41
• White Balance (to change the color tone)  48
8
• Viewing files by category in
Smart Album  55
• Deleting all files on the
memory card  57
• Viewing files as a slide
show  58
• Viewing files on a TV  66
• Connecting your camera to a
computer  67
• Adjusting sound and volume
 77
• Adjusting the brightness of
the display  77
• Changing the display
language  78
• Setting the date and time  78
• Formatting the memory
card  78
• Troubleshooting  91
Contents
Adding a voice memo to a photo . ................................ 34
Basic functions ................................................................ 11
Unpacking ....................................................................
Camera layout ..............................................................
Inserting the battery and memory card .......................
Charging the battery and turning your camera on ......
Charging the battery ....................................................
Turning on your camera ...............................................
Performing the initial setup ..........................................
Learning icons ..............................................................
Selecting options .........................................................
Setting the display and sound .....................................
Changing the display type . ..........................................
Setting the sound . ......................................................
Taking photos ...............................................................
Zooming . ...................................................................
Tips for getting a clearer photo ....................................
12
13
15
16
16
16
17
18
19
21
21
21
22
23
24
Shooting options ............................................................. 35
Selecting a resolution and quality ................................
Selecting a resolution ..................................................
Selecting image quality ................................................
Using the timer .............................................................
Shooting in the dark .....................................................
Preventing red-eye ......................................................
Using the flash ............................................................
Adjusting the ISO speed ..............................................
Changing the camera’s focus ......................................
Using macro ...............................................................
Using auto focus . .......................................................
Using tracking auto focus ............................................
Adjusting the focus area ..............................................
Using face detection ....................................................
Detecting faces . .........................................................
Taking a self-portrait shot .............................................
Taking a smile shot ......................................................
Detecting eye blinking . ................................................
Adjusting brightness and color ....................................
Adjusting the exposure manually (EV) ............................
Compensating for backlighting (ACB) ............................
Changing the metering option ......................................
Selecting a light source (White balance) .......................
Using burst modes .......................................................
Improving your photos .................................................
Applying photo styles ..................................................
Extended functions ......................................................... 26
Shooting modes ...........................................................
Using the Smart Auto mode .........................................
Using the Scene mode . ..............................................
Using the Beauty Shot mode .......................................
Using the frame guide .................................................
Using the Night mode . ................................................
Using the DIS mode ....................................................
Using the Program mode .............................................
Recording a video .......................................................
Recording voice memos ..............................................
Recording a voice memo .............................................
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27
28
29
30
30
31
32
32
34
34
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36
36
36
37
39
39
39
40
41
41
41
42
43
44
44
45
45
46
47
47
47
48
48
50
51
51
Contents
Adjusting your photos .................................................. 52
Settings . .................................................................... 78
Playback/Editing ............................................................. 53
Appendixes ...................................................................... 81
Playing back .................................................................
Starting Playback mode ...............................................
Viewing photos ...........................................................
Playing a video . ..........................................................
Playing voice memos . .................................................
Editing a photo .............................................................
Resizing photos ..........................................................
Rotating a photo .........................................................
Applying photo styles ..................................................
Correcting exposure problems .....................................
Creating a print order (DPOF) .......................................
Viewing files on a TV ....................................................
Transferring files to your Windows computer ..............
Transferring files using Intelli-studio ................................
Transferring files by connecting the camera as a
removable disk ...........................................................
Disconnecting the camera (for Windows XP) .................
Transferring files to your Mac computer ......................
Printing photos with a PictBridge photo printer ..........
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54
58
59
60
62
62
62
63
64
65
66
67
69
Error messages ............................................................ 82
Camera maintenance ................................................... 83
Cleaning your camera . ................................................ 83
Using or storing the camera ......................................... 84
About memory cards . ................................................. 85
About the battery ........................................................ 87
Before contacting a service center .............................. 91
Camera specifications ................................................. 94
Glossary ....................................................................... 97
FCC notice ................................................................. 101
Index ........................................................................... 102
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72
73
74
Settings ............................................................................ 75
Camera settings menu .................................................
Accessing the settings menu .......................................
Sound . ......................................................................
Display .......................................................................
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77
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Basic functions
Learn about your camera’s layout, icons, and basic functions
for shooting.
Unpacking … ………………………………… 12
Camera layout ………………………………… 13
Inserting the battery and memory card … … 15
Charging the battery and turning your
camera on …………………………………… 16
Charging the battery ………………………… 16
Turning on your camera … ………………… 16
Performing the initial setup … ……………… 17
Learning icons ………………………………… 18
Selecting options ……………………………… 19
Setting the display and sound … …………… 21
Changing the display type …………………… 21
Setting the sound …………………………… 21
Taking photos … ……………………………… 22
Zooming … ………………………………… 23
Tips for getting a clearer photo ……………… 24
Unpacking
Check your product box for the following items.
Optional accessories
Camera
Strap
Rechargeable battery
Quick Start Manual
AC adapter/
USB cable
Software CD-ROM
(User manual included)
Camera case
Memory cards
A/V cable
Battery charger
• The illustrations may differ slightly from the items shipped with your
product.
• Purchase Samsung-approved optional items that are compatible
with your camera at the service center or the store where you
purchased your camera. We are not responsible for any damages
caused by using items from other manufacturers.
Basic functions
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Camera layout
Before you start, familiarize yourself with your camera's parts and their functions.
POWER button
Speaker
Shutter button
Flash
AF-assist light/
timer lamp
Lens
Microphone
Tripod mount
USB and A/V port
Accepts USB cable or
A/V cable
Battery chamber cover
Insert a memory card and battery
Basic functions
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Camera layout
Zoom button
• Zoom in or out in Shooting mode.
• Zoom in on part of a photo or view files as
thumbnails in Playback mode.
• Adjust volume in Playback mode.
Status lamp
• Blinking: When the camera is saving
a photo or video, being read by a
computer or printer, or out of focus
• Green: When the camera is
connecting to a computer or in focus
• Red: Charging the battery
1
Display
Button
Attaching the strap
2
Description
Access options or menus
Navigation
MODE button: Open the list of shooting modes
In Shooting mode
While setting
Change the display option
Move up
Change the macro option
Move down
Change the flash option
Move left
Change the timer option
Move right
Icon
Confirm the highlighted option or menu
Playback
Enter Playback mode
Function
• Access options in Shooting mode
• Delete files in Playback mode
Basic functions
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Mode
Description
Smart Auto
The camera automatically selects settings based
on a the type of scene (Night, Portrait, Sunset,
etc.) it detects.
Program
Take a photo by setting options
DIS
The camera activates options that reduce camera
shake.
Scene
Take a photo with options preset for a specific
scene (Landscape, Portrait, Forest, etc.).
Movie
Record a video.
Inserting the battery and memory card
Learn to insert the battery and an optional memory card into the camera.
Removing the battery and memory card
Push the card gently until
the card disengages from
the camera, and then pull it
out of the slot.
Memory card
Battery lock
Insert a memory card with the
gold-colored contacts facing
down.
Push the lock down to
release the battery.
Memory card
Insert the battery with the
Samsung logo facing down.
Battery
Battery
• You need a storage device for shooting. Insert the memory card.
• Insert a memory card in the correct direction. Inserting a memory
card in the wrong direction may damage your camera and memory
card.
Basic functions
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Charging the battery and turning your camera on
Charging the battery
Turning on your camera
Before using the camera for the first time, you must charge the
battery. Attach the USB cable to the AC adapter, and then plug
the end of cable with the arrow mark ( ) into your camera.
Press [
] to turn your camera on or off.
•The initial setup screen appears when you turn on the camera
for the first time. (p. 17)
Turning on your camera in Playback mode
Press [ ]. The camera turns on and accesses Playback mode
immediately.
Status Lamp
• Red: Charging
• The LED lamp turns off when charging is complete.
When you turn on your camera by pressing and holding [ ] for about
3 seconds, the camera does not emit any camera sounds.
Basic functions
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Performing the initial setup
The initial setup screen appears to allow you to configure the camera's basic settings.
1 Press [
].
• The initial setup screen appears when you turn on the camera
for the first time.
2 Press [
] to select Language and press [
] or [
].
6 Press [
[
] or [
7 Press [
] or [ ] to select Date/Time Set and press
].
] or [
Language
Time Zone
Date/Time Set
Back
Back
3 Press [
4 Press [
[
5
] or [
Set
] or [ ] to select a language and press [
].
] or [ ] to scroll to Time Zone and press
].
Press [ ] or [
] to select a time zone and press [
• To set the daylight-saving time, press [
8 Press [
9 Press [
[
] or [
].
Back
London
DST
10 Press [
11 Press [
Basic functions
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: English
: London
: 2011/01/01
Set
] or [ ] to set the date and time and press [
].
] or [ ] to select Date Type and press
].
Language
Time Zone
Date/Time Set
Date Type
].
Time Zone
Back
] to select an item.
: English
: London
YYYY/MM/DD
MM/DD/YYYY
DD/MM/YYYY
Off
Set
] or [ ] to select a date format and press [
] to switch to the Shooting mode.
].
Learning icons
The icons displayed will change according to the mode you select or the options you set.
A
Icon
C. Icons on the left
Description
Camera shake
B
Icon
Description
Aperture and shutter speed
Zoom ratio
Current date and time
Long time shutter
Exposure value
B. Icons on the right
C
White balance
Description
Face tone
Photo resolution
Face retouch
Video resolution
A. Information
Icon
Icon
ISO speed
Description
Frame rate
Selected shooting mode
Photo quality
Available number of photos
Metering option
Image adjustment
(contrast, sharpness, saturation)
Available recording time
Flash option
Voice muted
Memory card is not inserted
Timer option
Burst type
Memory card inserted
Auto focus option
•
•
•
: Fully charged
: Partially charged
: Charging needed
Photo style
Face detection
Voice memo (On)
Auto focus frame
Basic functions
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Selecting options
You can select options by pressing [
], and then using the navigation buttons ([
You can also access shooting options by pressing [
], [
]).
Going back to the previous menu
Press [
menu.
3 Press [
], [
], but some options are not available.
].
1 In Shooting mode, press [
2 Use the navigation buttons to scroll to an option or
• To move up or down, press [
] or [
• To move left or right, press [ ] or [ ].
], [
] again to go back to the previous menu.
Half-press [Shutter] to return to the Shooting mode.
].
] to confirm the highlighted option or menu.
Basic functions
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Selecting options
Example: Selecting a White Balance option in the
mode
].
1 In Shooting mode, press [
2 Press [ ] or [ ] to scroll to Program, and then press
[
5 Press [
press [
].
Photo Size
Quality
EV
ISO
White Balance
Face Detection
Focus Area
Smart Auto
Program
DIS
Scene
Movie
Exit
This mode allows you to directly set various
features for shooting.
3
] or [ ] to scroll to White Balance, and then
] or [
].
Press [
6
Back
Press [ ] or [
] to scroll to a White Balance option.
].
Photo Size
Shooting
Quality
Sound
EV
Display
White Balance
Settings
ISO
Face Detection
Focus Area
Exit
4 Press [
press [
Daylight
Change
Back
7 Press [
] or [ ] to scroll to Shooting, and then
] or [
].
Basic functions
20
Move
].
Setting the display and sound
Learn how to change the basic display and sound settings.
Changing the display type
Setting the sound
Select a display type for Shooting or Playback mode. Each type
displays different shooting or playback information.
Set whether your camera emits a specified sound when you
operate your camera.
Press [
].
1 In Shooting or Playback mode, press [
2 Select Sound → Beep Sound → an option.
] repeatedly to change a display type.
Show all photographic
information.
Modes
Display Type Choices
Shooting
• Display all information about shooting
• Hide information about shooting, except the
available number of photos (or available recording
time) and the battery icon
Playback
• Display all information about the current photo
• Hide all information about the current file
• Display information about the current file, except the
shooting settings and captured date
Basic functions
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Options
Description
Off
The camera does not emit any sounds.
1/2/3
The camera emits one of three sounds, depending
on the option you select.
Taking photos
Learn how to take photos easily and quickly in the Smart Auto mode.
].
1 In Shooting mode, press [
2 Press [ ] or [ ] to scroll to Smart Auto, and then
press [
4 Half-press [Shutter] to focus.
• A green frame means the subject in focus.
• A red frame means the subject is out of focus.
].
Smart Auto
Program
DIS
Scene
Movie
This mode recognizes the scene
automatically.
3 Align your subject in the frame.
5 Press [Shutter] to take a photo.
See page 24 for tips to get clearer photos.
Basic functions
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Taking photos
Zooming
Digital zoom
If the zoom indicator is in the digital range, your camera is using
the digital zoom. The picture quality may deteriorate when you
use the digital zoom.
You can shoot close-up photos by adjusting the zoom. Your
camera has a 5X optical zoom and 3X digital zoom. By using
both, you can zoom in up to 15 times.
Press [Zoom] right to zoom in on your subject. Press [Zoom] left
to zoom out.
Optical range
Zoom indicator
Digital range
• The digital zoom is not available when you use Face Detection
options or Tracking AF option.
• If you capture a photo with the Digital zoom, the photo quality may
deteriorate.
Zoom ratio
Zoom out
Zoom in
Zoom is not available if the focus is set to Macro.
Basic functions
23
Tips for getting a clearer photo
Reducing camera shake
Holding your camera correctly
Make sure nothing is
blocking the lens.
• Select the
mode to reduce camera shake
digitally. (p. 31)
When
is displayed
Half-pressing the shutter button
Half-press [Shutter] and adjust the
focus. The camera adjusts the focus and
exposure automatically.
The camera sets the aperture value
and shutter speed automatically.
Focus frame
• Press [Shutter] to take the photo if
the focus frame appears in green.
•Change the composition and
halfpress [Shutter] again if the
focus frame appears in red.
Basic functions
Camera shake
When shooting in the dark, avoid setting the flash option to
Slow Sync or Off. The aperture remains open longer and it may be
harder to hold the camera still.
• Use a tripod or set the flash option to Fill in. (p. 40)
• Set ISO speed options. (p. 40)
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Preventing your subject from being out of focus
• When you take photos in low light
It may be difficult to get your subject in focus when:
-- there is little contrast between the subject and background
Turn on the flash.
(p. 39)
(for example, when your subject is wearing clothing that is similar in color
to the background)
-- the light source behind the subject is too bright
-- the subject is shiny or reflective
-- the subject includes horizontal patterns, such as blinds
-- the subject is not positioned in the center of the frame
• When subjects are moving fast
Use the continuous
or motion capture
function. (p. 50)
Use the focus lock
Half-press [Shutter] to focus. When the subject is in focus,
you can reposition the frame to change the composition.
When you are ready, press [Shutter] to take your photo.
Basic functions
25
Extended functions
Learn how to take a photo by selecting a mode and how to
record a video or voice memo.
Shooting modes … …………………………… 27
Using the Smart Auto mode …………………
Using the Scene mode ………………………
Using the Beauty Shot mode … ……………
Using the frame guide … ……………………
Using the Night mode … ……………………
Using the DIS mode …………………………
Using the Program mode ……………………
Recording a video ……………………………
27
28
29
30
30
31
32
32
Recording voice memos … ………………… 34
Recording a voice memo … ………………… 34
Adding a voice memo to a photo …………… 34
Shooting modes
Take photos or record videos by selecting the best shooting mode for the conditions.
Using the Smart Auto mode
Icon
In this mode, your camera automatically chooses the appropriate
camera settings based on the type of scene it defects.
Smart Auto Mode is helpful if you are not familiar with the camera
settings for various scenes.
1 In Shooting mode, press [
2 Select Smart Auto.
3 Align your subject in the frame.
Description
Appears when taking photos of landscapes at night.
This is available only when the flash is off.
Appears when taking portraits at night.
Appears when taking photos of landscapes with
backlighting.
].
Appears when taking portraits with backlighting.
Appears when taking portraits.
Appears when taking close-up photos of objects.
• The camera selects a scene automatically. An appropriate
scene mode icon appears at the top left of the screen. The
icons are listed below.
Appears when taking close-up photos of text.
Appears when taking photos of sunsets.
Appears when taking photos of clear skies.
Appears when taking photos of forested areas.
Appears when taking close-up photos of colorful
subjects.
Appears when the camera is stable (on a tripod, for
example) and the subject is motionless for a period
of time. This is available only when you are shooting
in the dark.
Icon
Description
Appears when taking photos of actively moving
subjects.
Appears when taking photos of landscapes.
Appears when taking photos with bright white
backgrounds.
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Shooting modes
4 Half-press [Shutter] to focus.
5 Press [Shutter] to take the photo.
Using the Scene mode
Take a photo with options preset for a specific scene.
• If the camera does not recognize a proper scene mode,
appears
and the camera uses default settings.
• Even if it detects a face, the camera may not select a portrait mode
depending on the subject's position or lighting.
• The camera may not select the correct scene depending on the
shooting condtions, such as camera shake, lighting, and distance
to the subject.
• Even if you use a tripod, the camera may not detect the mode
depending on the subject's movement.
• In
mode, the camera consumes more battery power, because
it changes settings often to select appropriate scenes.
1 In Shooting mode, press [
2 Select Scene → a scene.
].
Beauty Shot
Frame Guide
Night
Portrait
Children
Landscape
Close Up
This mode is appropriate for taking pictures
of faces.
• To change the scene mode, press [
], and then select
Scene → a scene.
• For the Beauty Shot mode, see “Using the Beauty Shot
mode" on page 29.
• For the Frame Guide mode, see “Using the frame guide" on
page 30.
• For the Night mode, see “Using the Night mode” on page 30.
3 Align your subject in the frame, and then half-press
[Shutter] to focus.
4 Press [Shutter] to take the photo.
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28
Shooting modes
6 Select Shooting → Face Retouch → an option.
Using the Beauty Shot mode
• Select a higher setting to hide a greater number of
imperfections.
Take a photo of a person with options to hide facial imperfections.
].
1 In Shooting mode, press [
2 Select Scene → Beauty Shot.
3 To make the subject's skin tone appear lighter (face
Level 2
only), press [
], and then go to Step 4. To hide
facial imperfections, press [
], and then go to
Step 5.
4 Select Shooting → Face Tone → an option.
• Select a higher setting to make skin tone appear lighter.
Back
Move
7 Align your subject in the frame, and then half-press
[Shutter] to focus.
8 Press [Shutter] to take the photo.
Level 2
When using the Beauty Shot mode, the focus distance will be set to
Auto Macro.
Back
Move
5 To hide facial imperfections, press [
].
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29
Shooting modes
Using the frame guide
Using the Night mode
When you want another person to take a photo of you, you can
compose the scene with the frame guide feature. The frame
guide helps the other person take a photo of you by showing part
of the pre-composed scene.
Use the Night mode to take a photo with options for preset for
shooting at night. Use a tripod to prevent your camera from
shaking.
].
1 In Shooting mode, press [
2 Select Scene → Frame Guide.
3 Align your subject in the frame, and then press [Shutter].
• Transparent guides appear on the left and right of the frame.
].
1 In Shooting mode, press [
2 Select Scene → Night.
3 Align your subject in the frame, and then half-press
[Shutter] to focus.
4 Press [Shutter] to take the photo.
Adjusting the exposure in the Night mode
In Night mode, you can use a slow shutter speed to extend
the time until the shutter closes. Increase the aperture value to
prevent overexposure.
Cancel Frame: OK
4 Ask another person to take a photo.
• The person aligns the subject in the frame using the guides,
and then presses [Shutter] to take the photo.
5 To cancel the guides, press [
].
].
1 In Shooting mode, press [
2 Select Scene → Night.
].
3 Press [
Select
Shooting
→ Long Time Shutter.
4
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30
Shooting modes
5 Select the aperture value or shutter speed.
Using the DIS mode
Reduce camera shake and prevent blurred photos with Digital
Image Stabilization functions.
Aperture value
Shutter speed
Auto
Auto
Aperture
Back
Move
6 Select an option.
Before correction
• If you select Auto, the camera adjusts the aperture value or
shutter speed automatically.
7 Align your subject in the frame, and then half-press
[Shutter] to focus.
8 Press [Shutter] to take the photo.
Use a tripod to prevent blurry photos.
After correction
].
1 In Shooting mode, press [
2 Select DIS.
3 Align your subject in the frame, and then half-press
[Shutter] to focus.
4 Press [Shutter] to take the photo.
• The digital zoom does not work in this mode.
• If your subject is moving rapidly, the photo may be blurry.
• The DIS function may not work where the lighting is brighter than that
of a fluorescent lamp.
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31
Shooting modes
Using the Program mode
Recording a video
In the Program mode, you can set various options except
the shutter speed and aperture value, which the camera sets
automatically.
Record videos of up to 2 hours in length.
The recorded video is saved as an MJPEG file.
1 In Shooting mode, press [
2 Select Program.
3 Set options.
Memory cards with slow writing speeds will not support high-resolution
videos and high-speed videos. To record high-resolution or high-speed
videos, use memory cards with faster writing speeds (p. 36).
].
(For a list of options, refer to “Shooting options.”)
].
1 In Shooting mode, press [
2 Select Movie.
].
3 Press [
4 Select Movie → Frame Rate → a frame rate (the
number of frames per second).
• As the frame rate increases, action appears more natural, but
the file size also increases.
4 Align your subject in the frame, and then half-press
[Shutter] to focus.
5 Press [Shutter] to take the photo.
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32
Shooting modes
].
5 Press [
6 Select Movie → Voice → a sound option.
Option Description
On: Record a video with sound.
To pause recording
The camera allows you to pause a video temporarily while
recording. With this function, you can record several scenes as a
single video.
Press [
] to pause while recording. Press it again to resume.
Off: Record a video without sound.
Zoom Mute: The camera stops recording sound
temporarily when you use the zoom.
7 Set other options as desired.
(For options, refer to “Shooting options.”)
8 Press [Shutter] to start recording.
9 Press [Shutter] again to stop recording.
Stop
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33
Pause
Recording voice memos
Learn how to record a voice memo that you can play back at any time. You can add a voice memo to a photo as a short reminder of
shooting conditions.
You will get the best sound quality when recording 16 inches (40 cm.) away from the camera.
Recording a voice memo
Adding a voice memo to a photo
].
1 In Shooting mode, press [
2 Select Shooting → Voice → Record.
3 Press [Shutter] to record.
].
1 In Shooting mode, press [
2 Select Shooting → Voice → Memo.
3 Align your subject in the frame, and then take a photo.
• You can record voice memos of up to 10 hours in length.
• Press [
] to pause or resume recording.
• Begin recording the voice memo right after taking the photo.
4 Record a short voice memo (10 seconds maximum).
• Press [Shutter] to stop recording a voice memo before the
10 seconds are up.
You cannot add voice memos to photos if you set Continuous, Motion
Capture, or AEB options.
Stop
Pause
4 Press [Shutter] to stop.
• Press [Shutter] again to record a new voice memo.
5 Press [
] to switch to Shooting mode.
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34
Shooting options
Learn about the options you can set in shooting mode.
Selecting a resolution and quality …………… 36
Selecting a resolution … …………………… 36
Selecting image quality ……………………… 36
Using the timer ……………………………… 37
Shooting in the dark … ……………………… 39
Preventing red-eye … ……………………… 39
Using the flash … …………………………… 39
Adjusting the ISO speed … ………………… 40
Changing the camera’s focus … …………… 41
Using macro …………………………………
Using auto focus … …………………………
Using tracking auto focus ……………………
Adjusting the focus area … …………………
41
41
42
43
Using face detection … ……………………… 44
Detecting faces ………………………………
Taking a self-portrait shot ……………………
Taking a smile shot … ………………………
Detecting eye blinking … ……………………
44
45
45
46
Adjusting brightness and color ……………… 47
Adjusting the exposure manually (EV) … ……
Compensating for backlighting (ACB) … ……
Changing the metering option … ……………
Selecting a light source (White balance) … …
47
47
48
48
Using burst modes …………………………… 50
Improving your photos … …………………… 51
Applying photo styles … …………………… 51
Adjusting your photos … …………………… 52
Selecting a resolution and quality
Learn how to change the image resolution and quality settings.
Selecting a resolution
When recording a video
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 also
increases.
].
1 In the mode, press [
Select
Movie
→
Movie
Size
→
an option.
2
Option Description
640 X 480: For play back on a standard, analog TV.
When taking a photo
320 X 240: To post on a web page.
].
1 In Shooting mode, press [
Select
Shooting
→
Photo
Size
→
an option.
2
Selecting image quality
Option Description
4000 X 3000: Print on A1 paper (23.3" x 33.1").
3984 X 2656: Print on A2 paper (16.5" x 23.3") in wide
ratio (3:2).
3968 X 2232: Print on A2 paper (16.5" x 23.3") in
panorama ratio (16:9) or play back on an HDTV.
3264 X 2448: Print on A3 paper (11.7" x 16.5").
The camera compresses and saves the photos you take in JPEG
format. Higher quality images result in larger file sizes.
].
1 In Shooting mode, press [
2 Select Shooting → Quality → an option.
Option Description
2592 X 1944: Print on A4 paper (8.3" x 11.7").
Super Fine: Capture photos in super high quality.
2048 X 1536: Print on A5 paper (5.8" x 8.3").
Fine: Capture photos in high quality.
1024 X 768: Attach to email.
Normal: Capture photos in normal quality.
The paper sizes in inches are approximate.
The options may differ depending on the shooting mode.
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36
Using the timer
Learn how to set the timer to delay shooting.
1 In Shooting mode, press [
3 Press [Shutter] to start the timer.
].
• The AF-assist light/timer lamp blinks. The camera
automatically takes a photo at the specified time.
Off
• Press [ ] or [Shutter] to cancel the timer.
• Self timer options are not available if you set continuous options.
• Depending on the face detection option you have selected, the timer
function or some timer options may not be available.
2 Select an option.
Option Description
Off: The timer is not active.
10 Sec: Takes a photo in 10 seconds.
2 Sec: Takes a photo in 2 seconds.
Double: Takes a photo in 10 seconds, and then takes
another 2 seconds later.
Motion Timer: Detects your movement, and then takes
a photo. (p. 38)
The options may differ depending on the shooting mode.
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37
Using the timer
6 Pose for your photo while the AF-assist light/timer lamp
Using the motion timer
1 In Shooting mode, press [ ].
2 Select .
3 Press [Shutter].
4 Stand within 10 ft. (3 m) of the camera within 6 seconds
is blinking.
• The AF-assist light/timer lamp stops blinking just before the
camera automatically takes a photo.
after pressing [Shutter].
5 Make a motion, such as waving your arms, to activate
the timer.
• The AF-assist light/timer lamp starts to blink rapidly when the
camera detects you.
The motion timer may not work when:
• you are more than 10 ft. (3 m) away from the camera
• your movements are too subtle
• there is too much light or backlight
The detection range of
the motion timer
Shooting options
38
Shooting in the dark
Learn how to take photos at night or in low light conditions.
Preventing red-eye
Using the flash
If the flash fires when you take a photo of a person in the dark, a
red glow may appear in the person's eyes. To prevent this, select
Red-eye or Red-eye Fix. Refer to flash options in "Using the
flash."
Use the flash when taking photos in the dark or when you need
more light in your photos.
1 In Shooting mode, press [
].
Auto
2 Select an option.
Option Description
Off:
• The flash does not fire.
• The camera displays the camera shake warning (
when you are shooting in low light.
Auto: The camera selects a proper flash setting for the
scene it detects in the
mode.
Shooting options
39
)
Shooting in the dark
Option Description
• Flash options are not available if you set Continuous, Motion
Capture, AEB options or select Self-Portrait or Blink Detection.
• Make sure that your subjects are within the recommended distance
from the flash. (p. 94)
• If light from the flash is relected or there is a large amount of dust in
the air, tiny spots may appear in your photo.
Red-eye Fix*:
• The flash fires twice when the subject or background
is dark. The subject should not move until the flash
fires a second time.
• The camera corrects red-eyes through its advanced
software analysis.
Slow Sync:
• The flash fires and the shutter stays open longer.
• Select this when you want to capture ambient light to
reveal more details in the background.
• Use a tripod to prevent your photos from blurring.
) when
• The camera will display the shake warning (
you are shooting in low light.
Fill in:
• The flash always fires.
• The camera adjusts light intensity automatically.
Red-eye*:
• The flash fires twice when the subject or background
is dark.
• The camera reduces red-eyes.
Adjusting the ISO speed
The ISO speed is the measure of a film’s sensitivity to light as
defined by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO).
The higher ISO speed you select, the more sensitive to light your
camera becomes. With a higher ISO speed, you can get a better
photo without using the flash.
].
1 In Shooting mode, press [
2 Select Shooting → ISO → an option.
Auto: The flash fires automatically when the subject or
background is dark.
• Select
to use an appropriate ISO speed based on the
brightness of the subject and lighting.
• The higher ISO speed you select, the more image noise you may get.
• When you select Motion Capture, the camera sets the ISO speed
to Auto.
The options may differ depending on the shooting mode.
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40
Changing the camera’s focus
Learn how to adjust the camera's focus.
Using macro
Using auto focus
Use macro to take close-up photos of subjects, such as flowers
or insects. Refer to macro options in “Using auto focus.”
To take sharp photos, select the appropriate focus according to
your distance from the subject.
1 In Shooting mode, press [
].
Normal (AF)
2 Select an option.
Option Description
Normal (AF): Focus on a subject farther than 32 in. (80 cm)
from the camera. Farther than 39 in. (100 cm) when using
the zoom.
• Try to hold the camera very still to prevent blurry photos.
• Turn off the flash if the distance to the subject is less than 16 in. (40 cm.)
Macro: Focus on a subject 2 to 32 in. (5 - 80 cm) from
the camera.
Auto Macro: Focus on a subject farther than 2 in. (5
cm). Farther than 39 in. (100 cm) when using the zoom.
The options may differ depending on the shooting mode.
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41
Changing the camera’s focus
Using tracking auto focus
• If you do not press [
], the focus frame will be in the center of
the screen.
• Tracking a subject may fail when:
-- the subject is too small or 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 camera shakes excessively
• When tracking a subject fails, the focus frame will appear as a white
single-line frame (
).
• If the camera fails to track the subject, you must reselect the subject
to track.
• If the camera fails to focus, the focus frame will change to a red singleline frame (
).
• If you use this function, you cannot set face detection, photo style and
self timer options.
Tracking AF allows you to track and auto focus on your subject,
even when you are moving.
].
1 In Shooting mode, press [
2 Select Shooting → Focus Area → Tracking AF.
3 Focus on the subject you want to track and press [
].
• A focus frame will appear on the subject and will follow the
subject as you move the camera.
• The white frame means that your camera is tracking the
subject.
• The green frame means that your subject is in focus when you
half-press [Shutter].
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42
Changing the camera’s focus
Adjusting the focus area
You can get clearer photos by selecting an appropriate focus
area according to your subject’s location in the scene.
].
1 In Shooting mode, press [
2 Select Shooting → Focus Area → an option.
Option
Description
Center AF: Focus on the center. Suitable when
subjects are located in the center.
Multi AF: Focus on one or more of 9 possible
areas.
Tracking AF: Focus on and track the subject.
(p.42)
The options may differ depending on the shooting mode.
Shooting options
43
Using face detection
If you use face detection options, your camera can automatically detect a human face. When you focus on a human face, the camera
adjusts the exposure automatically. Take photos quickly and easily by using Blink Detection to detect closed eyes or Smile Shot to
capture a smiling face.
• If the camera recognizes any number of faces, the focus
automatically tracks the motion of those faces.
• In some scene modes, face detection is unavailable.
• Face detection may not be effective when:
-- the subject is far from the camera (The focus frame will appear
orange for Smile Shot and Blink Detection.)
-- it is too bright or too dark
-- the subject is not facing the camera
-- the subject is wearing sunglasses or a mask
-- the subject is backlit or the lighting condition is unstable
-- the subject’s facial expression changes remarkably
• Face detection is not available when using a Photo Style Selector, or
image adjustment option or when used with Tracking AF.
• Face detection is not available when you are using the digital zoom.
• Depending on the face detection option you selected, the timer or
some timer options are not available.
• Depending on the face detection option you selected, some burst
options are not available.
Detecting faces
Your camera automatically detects human faces (up to 10 faces
in one scene).
].
1 In Shooting mode, press [
2 Select Shooting → Face Detection → Normal.
• The nearest face appears in a white focus frame and the rest
of the faces appear in gray focus frames.
The closer you are to the subject, the quicker your camera detects faces.
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44
Using face detection
Taking a self-portrait shot
Taking a smile shot
Take photos of yourself. The camera automatically sets the photo
distance to close-up and emits a beep when ready.
The camera automatically releases the shutter when it detects a
smiling face.
].
1 In Shooting mode, press [
2 Select Shooting → Face Detection → Self-Portrait.
3 When you hear a beep, press [Shutter].
].
1 In Shooting mode, press [
2 Select Shooting → Face Detection → Smile Shot.
• When your subject smiles broadly, your camera can detect
the smile more easily.
If you turn Volume off in the sound settings, the camera will not emit a beep.
(p. 77)
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45
Using face detection
Detecting eye blinking
If your camera detects closed eyes, it automatically takes two
photos in succession.
].
1 In Shooting mode, press [
2 Select Shooting → Face Detection → Blink
Detection.
• Hold your camera still while “Capturing” is displayed on the screen.
• When blink detection fails, the “Picture taken with eyes closed.”
message appears. Take another photo.
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46
Adjusting brightness and color
Learn how to adjust the brightness and color for better image quality.
Adjusting the exposure manually
(EV)
Compensating for backlighting (ACB)
When the light source is behind your subject or there is high
contrast between your subject and the background, your subject
is likely to appear dark in the photo. If this occurs, turn the Auto
Contrast Balance (ACB) option on.
Depending on the intensity of the ambient light, your photos
may be too bright or dark. In these cases, you can adjust the
exposure to get a better photo.
Darker (-)
Neutral (0)
Brighter (+)
Without ACB
].
1 In Shooting mode, press [
Select
Shooting
or
Movie
→
EV.
2
3 Select a value to adjust the exposure.
With ACB
].
1 In Shooting mode, press [
2 Select Shooting → ACB → an option.
Option Description
Off: ACB is off.
• Once you adjust the exposure, the setting will remain the same. You
may need to change the exposure value later to avoid overexposure
or underexposure.
• If you cannot decide on an appropriate exposure, select AEB (Auto
Exposure Bracket). The camera takes three photos, each with a
different exposure: normal, underexposed, and overexposed. (p. 50)
Shooting options
On: ACB is on.
The ACB feature is not available when you set Continuous, Motion
Capture, AEB options.
47
Adjusting brightness and color
Changing the metering option
The metering mode refers to the way in which a camera
measures the quantity of light. The brightness and lighting of your
photos will vary depending on the metering mode you select.
].
1 In Shooting mode, press [
2 Select Shooting or Movie → Metering → an option.
Selecting a light source
(White balance)
The color of your photo depends on the type and quality of
the light source. If you want the color of your photo to be
realistic, select a white balance setting that matches the lighting
conditions, such as Daylight, Cloudy, or Tungsten.
Option Description
Multi:
• Your camera divides the scene into several areas, and
then measures the light intensity of each area.
• Suitable for general photos.
Spot:
• Your camera measures only the light intensity of the
very center of the frame.
• If a subject is not in the center of the scene, your
photo may be improperly exposed.
• Suitable for a subject with backlighting.
Center-weighted:
• Your camera averages the meter reading of the entire
frame with emphasis placed on the center.
• Suitable for photos with subjects in the center of the
frame.
Shooting options
(Auto WB)
(Cloudy)
48
(Daylight)
(Tungsten)
Adjusting brightness and color
].
1 In Shooting mode, press [
2 Select Shooting or Movie → White Balance → an
Defining your own white balance
].
1 In Shooting mode, press [
2 Select Shooting or Movie → White Balance →
option.
Icon
Description
Auto WB: Automatically sets the white balance based
on the lighting conditions.
Custom Set.
3 Aim the lens at a piece of white paper.
Daylight: Select when taking outdoor photos on a
sunny day.
Cloudy: Select when taking outdoor photos on a cloudy
day or in shadows.
Fluorescent_H: Select when shooting under a daylight
fluorescent or three-way fluorescent light.
Fluorescent_L: Select when shooting under white
fluorescent light.
Tungsten: Select when taking indoor photos under
incandescent bulbs or halogen lamps.
Custom Set: Use white balance settings you defined.
(See procedure at right.)
4 Press [Shutter].
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49
Using burst modes
It can be difficult to take photos of fast-moving subjects or capture natural facial expressions and gestures of your subjects in photos.
In these cases, select one of the burst modes to take multiple pictures rapidly.
• You can use the flash, timer, and ACB only when you select
Single.
• When you select Motion Capture, the resolution is set to VGA
and the ISO speed is set to Auto.
• Depending on the face detection option you selected, some
burst options are not available.
].
1 In Shooting mode, press [
2 Select Shooting → Drive → an option.
Option Description
Single: Take a single photo.
Continuous:
• While you are pressing [Shutter], the camera takes
photos continuously.
• The maximum number of photos depends on the
capacity of your memory card.
Motion Capture:
• While you are pressing [Shutter], the camera takes
VGA photos (6 photos per second; maximum of 30
photos).
AEB:
• Take 3 photos with different exposures: normal,
underexposed, and overexposed.
• Use a tripod to prevent blurry photos.
The options may differ depending on the shooting mode.
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50
Improving your photos
Learn how to improve your photos by applying photo styles or colors, or by making some adjustments.
Applying photo styles
Defining your own RGB tone
Apply a different photo style to your photos, such as Soft, Vivid,
or Forest.
].
1 In Shooting mode, press [
Select
Shooting
or
Movie
→
Photo
Style Selector →
2
Custom RGB.
3 Select a color (R: Red, G: Green, B: Blue).
Soft
Vivid
Forest
].
1 In Shooting mode, press [
2 Select Shooting or Movie → Photo Style Selector →
an option.
Back
• Select Custom RGB to define your own RGB tone.
If you use this function, you cannot set face detection and image adjustment
options.
Move
4 Adjust the amount of the selected color.
Shooting options
(-: less or +: more)
51
Improving your photos
Adjusting your photos
Saturation option
Description
Adjust the contrast, sharpness, and saturation of your photos.
-
Decrease the saturation.
].
1 In Shooting mode, press [
Select
Shooting
→
Image
Adjust.
2
3 Select an adjustment option.
+
Increase the saturation.
• Select 0 if you do not want to apply any effects (suitable for printing).
• If you set an Image Adjust option, Photo Style Selector function is
not available.
• Contrast
• Sharpness
• Saturation
4 Select a value to adjust the selected item.
Contrast option
Description
-
Decrease the color and brightness.
+
Increase the color and brightness.
Sharpness option
Description
-
Soften the edges on your photos. Suitable
for editing the photos on your computer.
+
Sharpen the edges to improve the clarity
of your photos. This may also increase the
noise on your photos.
Shooting options
52
Playback/Editing
Learn how to play back photos, videos, or voice memos and edit photos or videos.
You will also learn how to connect your camera to your photo printer or TV.
Playing back … ……………………………… 54
Starting Playback mode … …………………
Viewing photos ………………………………
Playing a video … ……………………………
Playing voice memos … ……………………
Transferring files to your Windows computer …… 67
54
58
59
60
Transferring files using Intelli-studio … ……… 69
Transferring files by connecting the camera
as a removable disk … ……………………… 71
Disconnecting the camera (for Windows XP) …… 72
Editing a photo … …………………………… 62
Transferring files to your Mac computer …… 73
Resizing photos ………………………………
Rotating a photo … …………………………
Applying photo styles … ……………………
Correcting exposure problems ………………
Creating a print order (DPOF) … ……………
Printing photos with a PictBridge photo
printer … ……………………………………… 74
62
62
63
64
65
Viewing files on a TV … ……………………… 66
Playing back
Learn how to play back photos, videos, or voice memos, and manage files.
Starting Playback mode
Display in Playback mode
View photos or play videos and voice memos stored in your
camera.
1 Press [
].
• The most recent file you have taken or recorded is displayed.
• If the camera is off, it will turn on and display the most recent
file.
2 Press [
] or [
Information
] to scroll through files.
• Press and hold to scroll through files quickly.
Icon
The camera will not properly play back files that are too large or those taken
with cameras from other manufacturers.
Description
Photo includes a voice memo
Video file
Print order has been set (DPOF)
Protected file
Folder name – File name
To display file information on the screen, press [
Playback/Editing
54
].
Playing back
Viewing files by category in Smart Album
View and manage files by categories, such as date, file type, or
week.
1 In Playback mode, press [Zoom] left.
].
2 Press [
3 Select a category.
4 Press [
5 Press [
Type
Date
Color
Week
Back
Set
Option
Description
Type
View files by file type.
Date
View files by the date they were saved.
Color
View files by the dominant color of the image.
Week
View files by the weekday they were saved.
] or [
] to scroll through files.
• Press and hold to scroll through files quickly.
• When selecting Color, Etc is shown if color is not extracted.
• It may take some time for the camera to open Smart Album or to
change the category and recognize files.
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] to return to the normal view.
Playing back
Viewing files as thumbnails
Protecting files
Scan thumbnails of files.
Protect your files from accidental deletion.
In Playback mode, press [Zoom] left to display 9
or 20 thumbnails (press [Zoom] right to return to
the previous mode).
].
1 In Playback mode, press [
2 Select File Options → Protect → Select.
3 To protect all files, select All → Lock.
4 To protect a single file, select the file you want to protect,
and then press [
• Press [
].
] again to cancel your selection.
Protected file
Filter
To
Do this
Scroll through files
Press [
Delete files
Press [
], [
], [
] or [
].
], and then select Yes.
Select
Set
5 Repeat Step 4 to protect additional files individually.
6 Press [ ].
You cannot delete or rotate a protected file.
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Playing back
Deleting files
To delete all files,
Delete single files or all files at once.
].
1 In Playback mode, press [
2 Select File Options → Delete → All → Yes.
You cannot delete protected files.
To delete a single file,
1 In Playback mode, select a file, and then press [
2 Select Yes to delete the file.
].
To delete multiple files,
1 In Playback mode, press [ ].
2 Select Multiple Delete.
3 Select the files you want to delete, and then press [
• Press [
].
] again to cancel your selection.
4 Press [ ].
5 Select Yes.
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Playing back
Viewing photos
Starting a slide show
You can apply effects and add audio to your slide show.
Zoom in on part of a photo or view photos in a slide show.
Enlarging a photo
In Playback mode, press [Zoom] right to
enlarge a photo (press [Zoom] left to reduce
a photo).
].
1 In Playback mode, press [
2 Select Multi Slide Show.
3 Select a slide show effect option.
The enlarged area and zoom ratio are indicated on the top of the
screen. The maximum zoom ratio may vary depending on the
resolution.
Trim
To
Do this
Move the enlarged area
Press [
Trim the enlarged photo
Press [
]. The trimmed photo is saved
as a new file.
], [
], [
] or [
• Skip to step 5 to start a slide show with no effects.
Option
Description
Start
Set whether or not to repeat the slide show.
(Play, Repeat)
Images
Select the photos you want to view as a slide show.
• All: View all photos in a slide show.
• Date: View photos captured on a specific date in
a slide show.
• Select: View selected photos in a slide show.
Interval
• Set the interval between photos.
• This is available when you select Off in the Effect
option. See below.
Music
Select a background audio.
Effect
• Select a transition effect.
• Select Off for no effects.
].
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Playing back
4 Set the slide show effect.
5 Select Start → Play.
Playing a video
You can play a video, capture an image from a video, or crop a
video.
• To loop the slide show, select Repeat.
• Press [
] to pause or resume the slide show.
To stop the slide show and switch to Playback mode, press [
[ ] or [ ].
1 In Playback mode, select a video, and then press [
], and then
Pause
2 Use the following buttons to control playback.
Press
To
[
Scan backward.
]
[
[
]
]
[Zoom] left or right
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Pause or resume playback.
Scan forward.
Adjust the volume level.
].
Playing back
Playing voice memos
Trimming a video during playback
1
Press [
] at the point where you want the new video
to begin, and then press [Zoom] right.
2 Press [
3 Press [
] to resume playback.
] at the point where you want the new video
to end, and then press [Zoom] right.
Playing a voice memo
1 In Playback mode, select a voice memo, and then press
[
].
2 Use the following buttons to control playback.
4 Select Yes.
• The original video must be at least 10 seconds long.
• The camera saves the edited video as a new file.
Press
To
[
Scan backward.
]
[
]
]
Scan forward.
[
]
Stop playback.
[Zoom] left or right
Capturing an image during playback
1 Press [
] at the point where you want to save a still
image.
2 Press [
].
A captured image has the same resolution as the original video file and is
saved as a new file.
Playback/Editing
Pause or resume playback.
[
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Adjust the volume level.
Playing back
Adding a voice memo to a photo
1 In Playback mode, select a photo, and then press
[
].
2 Select File Options → Voice memo → On.
3 Press [Shutter] to record a short voice memo
(10 seconds maximum).
• Press [Shutter] to stop recording a voice memo.
You cannot add a voice memo to protected files.
Playing a voice memo added to a photo
In Playback mode, select a photo that includes a voice
memo, and then press [
].
•Press [
] to pause or resume playback.
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Editing a photo
Perform photo editing tasks, such as resizing, rotating, eliminating red-eyes, and adjusting brightness, contrast, or saturation.
The camera saves edited photos as new files.
Resizing photos
Rotating a photo
1 In Playback mode, select a photo, and then press
1 In Playback mode, select a photo, and then press
2 Select Edit → Resize → an option.
2 Select Edit → Rotate → an option.
[
].
• Select
to save the photo as a start image. (p. 77)
[
].
Right 90˚
2048 X 1536
Back
Back
Move
Move
The rotated photo will be saved as the same file, not a new file.
Available options differ depending on the size of the selected photo.
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Editing a photo
Applying photo styles
Defining your own RGB tone
Apply a different photo style to the photo, such as Soft, Vivid, or
Forest.
1 In Playback mode, select a photo, and then press
[
].
2 Select Edit → Photo Style Selector → Custom RGB.
3 Select a color (R: Red, G: Green, B: Blue).
Soft
Vivid
Forest
1 In Playback mode, select a photo, and then press
[
].
2 Select Edit → Photo Style Selector → an option.
• Select Custom RGB to define your own RGB tone.
Back
4 Adjust the amount of the selected color.
(-: less or +: more)
Soft
Back
Move
Move
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Editing a photo
Correcting exposure problems
3 Select a level.
• As the number increases, the face becomes clearer.
Adjust ACB (Auto Contrast Balance), brightness, contrast, or
saturation; remove red-eye; hide facial imperfections; or add
noise to the photo.
Adjusting ACB (Auto Contrast Balance)
1 In Playback mode, select a photo, and then press
[
].
2 Select Edit → Image Adjust → ACB.
Adjusting brightness/contrast/saturation
1 In Playback mode, select a photo, and then press
[
].
2 Select Edit → Image Adjust.
3 Select an adjustment option.
Icon
Description
Brightness
Removing red-eye
Contrast
1 In Playback mode, select a photo, and then press
[
].
2 Select Edit → Image Adjust → Red-eye Fix.
Saturation
4 Select a value to adjust the selected item.
(-: less or +: more)
Hiding facial imperfections
1 In Playback mode, select a photo, and then press
[
2
].
Select Edit → Image Adjust → Face Retouch.
Adding noise to the photo
1 In Playback mode, select a photo, and then press
[
].
2 Select Edit → Image Adjust → Add Noise.
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Editing a photo
Creating a print order (DPOF)
Select photos to be printed and set options, such as the number
of copies or paper size.
].
4 Press [
5 Select File Options → DPOF → Size → an option.
• You can take the memory card to a print shop that supports DPOF
(Digital Print Order Format) or you can print photos directly through a
DPOF-compatible printer at home.
• Wide photos may print with the left and right edges cut off, so be
aware of the dimensions of your photos.
Option
Description
Select
Specify the print size for the selected photo.
All
Specify the print size for all photos.
Reset
Reset to the default settings.
6 If you select Select, scroll to a photo, and then press
[Zoom] left or right to select the print size. Repeat for the
photos you want to print, and then press [ ].
].
1 In Playback mode, press [
2 Select File Options → DPOF → Standard → an option.
Option
Description
Select
Print the selected photos.
All
Print all photos.
Reset
Reset to the default settings.
] or [
] to select the print size,
Printing photos as thumbnails
3 If you select Select, scroll to a photo, and then press
[Zoom] left or right to select the number of copies.
Repeat for the photos you want to print, and then press
[ ].
• If you select All, press [
copies, and then press [
• If you select All, press [
and then press [
].
] or [
].
].
1 In Playback mode, press [
2 Select File Options → DPOF → Index → Yes.
If you specify the print size, you can print photos only with DPOF
1.1-compatible printers.
] to select the number of
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Viewing files on a TV
Play back photos or videos by connecting your camera to a TV using the A/V cable.
].
1 In Shooting or Playback mode, press [
2 Select Settings → Video Out.
3 Select a video signal output according to your country
• On some TVs, digital noise may occur or part of an image may not
appear.
• Images may not appear centered on the TV screen depending on
your TV settings.
• You can capture photos or videos while the camera is connected
to a TV.
or region.
4 Turn off your camera and TV.
5 Connect your camera to your TV using the A/V cable.
Video
Audio
6 Turn on your TV, and then select the video output mode
using the TV remote control.
7 Turn on your camera, and then press [ ].
8 View photos or play videos using the buttons on your
camera.
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Transferring files to your Windows computer
Transfer files by connecting your camera to your Windows PC.
Requirements
• The requirements are recommendation only. It 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 or it may take longer to edit videos.
• Install DirectX 9.0c or above before you use the program.
• Your computer must have Windows XP/Vista/7 or Mac OS 10.4 or
later for you to connect the camera to the computer as a removable
disk.
Item
Requirements
CPU
Intel Pentium 4, 3.0 GHz or higher/
AMD Athlon™ FX 2.2 GHz or higher
RAM
Minimum 512 MB RAM
(1 GB and above recommended)
OS
Windows XP SP2/Vista/7
Hard disk
capacity
250 MB or more (1 GB or more recommended)
Others
• CD-ROM drive
• 1024 X 768 pixels, 16-bit color display compatible
monitor (1280 X 1024 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
Using a self-assembled PC or a PC and OS that are not supported may void
your warranty.
* The programs may not work properly on 64-bit editions of Windows XP,
Windows Vista, and Windows 7.
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Transferring files to your Windows computer
Installing Intelli-studio
1 Insert the installation CD in a compatible CD-ROM drive.
2 When the setup screen appears, click Samsung Digital
Camera Installer to start installation.
3 Select the programs to install, and then follow the
onscreen instructions.
4 Click Exit to complete the installation, and then restart
your computer.
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Transferring files to your Windows computer
Transferring files using Intelli-studio
You can easily transfer files on your camera to your computer by
using Intelli-studio.
3 Run Intelli-studio on your computer.
4 Turn on the camera.
• The computer recognizes the camera automatically.
1
2 Connect the camera to your computer with the USB
Turn off the camera.
cable.
You must plug the end of the cable with the arrow mark ( ) into
your camera. If the cable is reversed, it may damage your files.
The manufacturer is not responsible for any loss of data.
If the camera fails to connect, a pop-up window will appear.
Select Computer.
5 Select a folder on your computer to save new files to.
• If your camera has no new files, the pop-up window for saving
new files will not appear.
6 Select Yes.
• New files are transferred to the computer.
The battery will be charged while the camera is connected to a
computer with the USB cable.
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Transferring files to your Windows computer
Using Intelli-studio
The Intelli-studio allows you to play back and edit files. You can also upload files to websites, such as Flickr or YouTube. For details, select
Help → Help in the program.
• To enjoy more features, such as creating slide shows with templates, install the full version of Intelli-studio by selecting Web Support → Update Intelli-studio →
Start Update from the program toolbar.
• You cannot edit files directly on the camera. Transfer files to a folder on your computer before editing.
• Intelli-studio supports the following formats:
-- Videos: MP4 (Video: H.264, Audio: AAC), WMV (WMV 7/8/9), AVI (MJPEG)
-- Photos: JPG, GIF, BMP, PNG, TIFF
1
2
3
4
5
15
6
14
7
13
8
9
12
10
11
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Transferring files to your Windows computer
Icon
Transferring files by connecting the camera
as a removable disk
Description
1
Open menus
2
Display files in the selected folder
3
Change to the Photo edit mode
4
Change to the Video edit mode
5
Change to the Sharing mode (You can send files by email
or upload files to websites, such as Flickr or YouTube.)
6
Enlarge or reduce the thumbnails in the list
7
Select a file type
8
View files of the selected folder on your computer
9
Show or hide files of the connected camera
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.
You must plug the end of the cable with the arrow mark ( ) into
your camera. If the cable is reversed, it may damage your files.
The manufacturer is not responsible for any loss of data.
10
View files of the selected folder on the camera
11
View files as thumbnails or on a map
12
Browse folders in the connected device
13
Browse folders in your computer
14
Move to the previous or next folder
15
Print files, view files on a map, store files in My Folder, or
register faces
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Transferring files to your Windows computer
3 Turn on the camera.
Disconnecting the camera (for Windows XP)
• The computer recognizes the camera automatically.
The way to disconnect the USB cable for Windows Vista/7 is
similar.
If the camera fails to connect, a pop-up window will appear.
Select Computer.
1 If the status lamp on your camera is blinking, wait until
4 On your computer, select My Computer → Removable
Disk → DCIM → 100PHOTO.
it stops.
2 Click
on the tool bar at the bottom right of your PC
screen.
5 Select the files you want and drag or save them to your
computer.
3 Click the pop-up message.
4 Click the message box indicating safely removed.
5 Remove the USB cable.
The camera may not be removed safely when Intelli-studio is running.
End the program before disconnecting the camera.
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Transferring files to your Mac computer
When you connect the camera to a Macintosh computer, the computer recognizes the camera automatically.
You can transfer files directly from the camera to the computer without installing any programs.
Mac OS 10.4 or later is supported.
1 Turn off the camera.
2 Connect your camera to a Macintosh computer with the
3 Turn on the camera.
• The computer recognizes the camera automatically and
displays a removable disk icon.
USB cable.
You must plug the end of the cable with the arrow mark ( ) into
your camera. If the cable is reversed, it may damage your files.
The manufacturer is not responsible for any loss of data.
If the camera fails to connect, a pop-up window will appear.
Select Computer.
4 Double-click the removable disk icon.
5 Transfer photos or videos to the computer.
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Printing photos with a PictBridge photo printer
Print photos with a PictBridge-compatible printer by connecting your camera directly to the printer.
].
1 In Shooting or Playback mode, press [
2 Select Settings → USB.
3 Select Printer.
4 With the printer on, connect your camera to the printer
Configuring print settings
with the USB cable.
Images
: One Photo
Size
: Auto
Layout
: Auto
Type
: Auto
Quality
: Auto
Exit
Print
Option Description
Images: Select whether to print the current photo or all
photos.
Size: Specify the size of the print.
5 Turn on your camera.
Layout: Create thumbnail prints.
• The printer recognizes the camera automatically.
6 Press [
] or [
Type: Select the type of paper.
] to select a photo.
Quality: Set the printing quality.
• Press [
] to set printing options.
See “Configuring print settings.”
7 Press [
Date: Set to print the date.
File Name: Set to print the name of the file.
] to print.
• Printing starts. Press [
Reset: Reset the print options.
] to cancel printing.
Some options are not supported by some printers.
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Settings
Refer to options to configure your camera’s settings.
Camera settings menu … …………………… 76
Accessing the settings menu … ……………
Sound … ……………………………………
Display … ……………………………………
Settings ………………………………………
76
77
77
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Camera settings menu
Learn about various options to configure your camera's settings.
3 Select an option and save your settings.
Accessing the settings menu
1 In Shooting or Playback mode, press [
2 Select a menu.
Shooting
Sound
Display
Settings
Exit
Menu
Volume
Start Sound
Shutter Sound
Beep Sound
AF Sound
].
Volume
Start Sound
Shutter Sound
Beep Sound
AF Sound
Back
4 Press [
Change
Description
Sound: Set various camera sounds and the volume.
(p. 77)
Display: Customize the display settings, such as start
image and brightness. (p. 77)
Settings: Change the settings for the camera system,
such as memory format, default file name, and USB
mode. (p. 78)
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Off
Low
Medium
High
Set
] to return to the previous screen.
Camera settings menu
Display
Sound
* Default
* Default
Item
Description
Item
Description
Volume
Adjust the volume of any sound.
(Off, Low, Medium*, High)
Function
Description
Display a brief description of an option or menu.
(Off, On*)
Start Sound
Select the sound the camera emits when you turn
it on. (Off*, 1, 2, 3)
Shutter Sound
Select the sound the camera emits when you
press the shutter button. (Off, 1*, 2, 3)
Beep Sound
Select the sound the camera emits when you
press buttons or switch modes. (Off, 1*, 2, 3)
Start Image
Set a start image to display when the camera turns
on.
• Off*: Display no start image.
• Logo: Display a default image stored in the internal
memory.
• User Image: Display the image you want. (p. 62)
AF Sound
Select the sound the camera emits when you
half-press the shutter button. (Off, On*)
• Only one user image will be saved in the
memory.
• If you select a new photo as a user image or
reset your camera, the current image will be
deleted.
Display
Brightness
Quick View
Settings
77
Adjust the brightness of the screen.
(Auto, Dark, Normal, Bright*)
Normal is fixed in Playback mode even if you have
selected Auto.
Set the duration for reviewing a captured image before
returning to the Shooting mode.
(Off, 0.5 sec*, 1 sec, 3 sec)
Camera settings menu
* Default
Item
Description
Power Save
If you perform no operations for 30 seconds, the
camera automatically switches to Power save mode
(press any button to deactivate the Power save
mode). (Off*, On)
Settings
* Default
Item
Description
Format the memory card. Format deletes all files,
including protected files. (Yes, No)
Format
If the Power save mode is deactivated, the main
display will dim to save battery life when you perform no
operations for about 30 seconds.
Reset
Settings
If you use a memory card used with cameras from
different manufacturers or a memory card reader, or
one formatted on a computer, your camera may read
the card incorrectly. Format the card before using it.
Reset menus and shooting options. Date and time,
language, and video output settings are not reset.
(Yes, No)
Language
Select a language for the display text.
Time Zone
Select a region and set the daylight-saving time (DST).
Date/Time
Set
Set the date and time.
Date Type
Select a date format.
(yyyy/mm/dd, mm/dd/yyyy, dd/mm/yyyy, Off*)
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Camera settings menu
* Default
Item
Description
Specify how to name files.
• Reset: Set the file number to start from 0001
when inserting a new memory card, formatting a
memory card, or deleting all files.
• Series*: Set the file number to follow the previous
file number when inserting a new memory card,
formatting a memory card, or deleting all files.
File No.
* Default
Item
Description
Select whether to display the date and time on your
photos when printing. (Off*, Date, Date & Time)
Imprint
• The default name of the first folder is 100PHOTO
and the default name of the first file is
SAM_0001.
• The file number increases one at a time from
SAM_0001 to SAM_9999.
• The folder number increases one at a time from
100PHOTO to 999PHOTO.
• The maximum number of files that can be stored
in one folder is 9999.
• The camera defines file names according to
the Digital rule for Camera File system (DCF)
standard. If you change the names of files
intentionally, the camera may not play back
the files.
• The date and time is displayed on the bottomright corner of the photo in yellow.
• Some printer models may not print the date
and time.
• If you select Text in
mode, the date and
time will not be displayed.
Set the camera to turn off automatically when you are
not using it. (Off, 1 min, 3 min*, 5 min, 10 min)
Auto Power
Off
Settings
• Your settings will not change after replacing
the battery.
• The camera will not automatically turn off when:
-- it is connected to a computer or printer
-- you are playing a slide show or videos
-- you are recording a voice memo
AF Lamp
Turn on an assistant light to help you focus in dark
places. (Off, On*)
Video Out
Set the video signal output according to your region.
• NTSC*: USA, Canada, Japan, Korea, Taiwan,
Mexico.
• PAL (supports only BDGHI): Australia, Austria,
Belgium, China, Denmark, Finland, Germany,
England, Italy, Kuwait, Malaysia, New Zealand,
Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand,
Norway.
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Camera settings menu
* Default
Item
Description
USB
Select the function to use when you connect the
camera to a computer or printer using a USB cable.
• Auto*: Set your camera to select a USB mode
automatically.
• Computer: Connect your camera to a computer
for transferring files.
• Printer: Connect your camera to a printer for
printing files.
Settings
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Appendixes
Refer to error messages, specifications, and maintenance tips.
Error messages … …………………………… 82
Camera maintenance ………………………… 83
Cleaning your camera … ……………………
Using or storing the camera …………………
About memory cards … ……………………
About the battery … …………………………
83
84
85
87
Before contacting a service center ………… 91
Camera specifications … …………………… 94
Glossary … …………………………………… 97
FCC notice … ……………………………… 101
Index ………………………………………… 102
Error messages
When the following error messages appear, try these remedies.
Error message
Suggested remedies
Card Error
• Turn off your camera, and then turn it on
again.
• Remove your memory card, and insert it
again.
• Format your memory card. (p. 78)
Error message
Suggested remedies
Insert Card
You need a storage device for shooting.
Insert the memory card.
Unlock the memory card.
Card Locked
Card not
supported.
The inserted memory card is not compatible
with your camera. Insert an appropriate memory
card.
DCF Full Error
File names do not match the DCF standard.
Transfer the files on the memory card to your
computer, and then format the card. (p. 78)
File Error
Delete the damaged file or contact a Samsung
service center.
Low Battery
Insert a charged battery or recharge the battery.
Memory Full
Delete unnecessary files or insert a new memory
card.
No Image File
Take photos or insert a memory card that has
some photos.
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82
Camera maintenance
Cleaning your camera
Camera body
Wipe gently with a soft, dry cloth.
Camera lens and display
Use a blower 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.
• Never use benzene, thinners, or alcohol to clean the device. These
solutions can damage the camera or cause it to malfunction.
• Do not press on the lens cover or use a blower brush on the lens
cover.
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83
Camera maintenance
Using or storing the camera
Using on beaches or shores
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 extremly high humidity,
or where the humidity changes drastically.
•Avoid exposing the camera to direct sunlight and storing in hot,
poorly-ventilated areas, such as in a car during summertime.
•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
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.
•Protect your camera from sand and dirt when you use it on
beaches or in 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.
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 as silica gel.
•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.
•Over time, unused batteries will discharge and must be
recharged before use.
Use 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.
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84
Camera maintenance
Other cautions
•Do not swing your camera by the strap. This may cause injury
to yourself or others.
•Do not paint your camera, as paint can clog moving parts and
prevent proper operation.
•Turn off the camera while not in use.
•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 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 may be changed temporarily, or
after-images may appear. These conditions are not malfunctions
and they will correct themselves when the camera is returned to
normal 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.
About memory cards
Supported memory cards
You can use SD (Secure Digital) or SDHC (Secure Digital High
Capacity) memory cards.
Terminal
Write-protect switch
Label (front)
You can prevent files from being deleted by using the writeprotect
switch on the SD or SDHC card. Slide the switch down to lock or
slide it up to unlock. Unlock the card when shooting.
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Camera maintenance
Cautions when using memory cards
Memory card capacity
The memory capacity may differ depending on the scenes you
shoot or the shooting conditions. These capacities are based on
a 1 GB SD card:
Size
P
h
o
t
o
s
*
V
i
d
e
o
s
Super Fine
Fine
Normal
30 FPS
15 FPS
168
238
362
-
-
195
267
407
-
-
229
305
477
-
-
244
326
515
-
-
310
489
576
-
-
489
674
752
-
-
978
1,086
1,222
-
Approx.
26' 50"
Approx.
65' 16"
-
-
-
Approx.
13' 36"
-
-
-
Approx.
32' 58"
* Available recording time may vary if you use the zoom. Several videos were
recorded in succession to determine the total recording time.
Appendixes
•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 more photos on the card. Use a new memory card.
•Do not bend, drop, or subject memory cards with heavy impact
or 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.
•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.
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Camera maintenance
•When you carry a memory card, use a case to protect the card
from electrostatic.
•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.
Battery life
Average time /
Number of photos
Test conditions
(when the battery is fully charged)
This is measured under the following
conditions: in
mode, in the
darkness, at 12M resolution, on Fine
quality.
The manufacturer is not responsible for any loss of data.
Approx. 90 min/
Photos Approx.
180 photos
About the battery
1. S
et the flash option to Fill in, take a
single shot, and zoom in or out.
2. S
et the flash option to Off, take a
single shot, and zoom in or out.
3. P
erform steps 1 and 2 for 30
seconds and repeat for 5 minutes.
Then turn off the camera for 1 minute.
Use only Samsung-approved batteries.
Battery specifications
4. Repeat steps 1 to 3.
Specification
Description
Record videos at 640 X 480 resolution
and 30 fps.
Model
BP70A
Type
Lithium-ion battery
Cell capacity
740 mAh (min. 700 mAh)
Voltage
3.7 V
Charging time
(when the camera is switched off)
Approx. 150 min
Videos
Approx. 80 min
• The figures above are measured by Samsung’s standards and may differ
depending on actual usage.
• Several videos were recorded in succession to determine the total recording
time.
* Charging the battery by connecting it to a computer may take longer.
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Camera maintenance
Low battery message
Cautions about using the battery
When the battery charge has fully discharged, the battery icon will
turn red and the ‘Low Battery’ message will appear.
Notes about usinging the battery
•Avoid exposing batteries or memory cards to very cold or very
hot temperatures (below 0º C/32º F or above 40º C/104º F).
Extreme temperatures can reduce the charging capacity of your
batteries and can cause memory cards to malfunction.
•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 cord to disconnect the plug from
the power outlet. This may cause a fire or electric shock.
•In temperatures below 0 ºC, battery capacity and battery life
may decrease.
•Battery capacity may decrease in low temperature but will
return to normal in milder temperature.
Appendixes
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 blinks in red, 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 charge the battery. This may
cause a fire or electric shock.
•Do not pull the power supply cord to disconnect the plug from
the power outlet, as this may cause a fire or electric shock.
•Wait to turn on the camera until after the battery has charged for
at least 10 minutes.
•If you connect the camera to an external power source while
the battery is depleted, using some high energy-consuming
functions will cause the camera to turn off. To use the camera
normally, recharge the battery.
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Camera maintenance
•Using the flash or recording videos depletes the battery quickly.
Charge the battery until the status lamp turns off.
•If the status lamp blinks in red or does not illuminate, reconnect
the cable, or remove the battery and insert it again.
•The camera battery cannot be charged at low temperatures
(below 0 °C) or at high temperatures (above 40 °C).
•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.
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.
Notes about charging with a computer connected
•Use only the provided USB cable.
•The battery may not be charged 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)
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Camera maintenance
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 a service center.
• Use only authentic, manufacturer-recommend battery
chargers and adapters and charge the battery only by the
methods described in this user manual.
• Do not place the battery near heating devices or expose
it 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.
• Do not rest the device on flammable surfaces, such as
bedding, carpets, or electric blankets for a prolonged
period.
• When the device is switched on, do not leave it in any
confined space for a prolonged period.
• Do not allow battery terminals to come in contact with
metallic objects, such as necklaces, coins, keys, or
watches.
• Use only authentic, manufacturer-recommended,
Lithium-ion replacement batteries.
Appendixes
• Do not disassemble 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.
• Do not expose the battery to direct sunlight, fire, or any
other source of excessive heat.
Disposal guidelines
• 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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Before contacting a service center
If you are having trouble with your camera, try these troubleshooting procedures before contacting a service center. If you have attempted
the troubleshooting solution and are still having problems with your device, contact your local dealer or service center.
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
• Make sure that the battery is inserted.
• Make sure that the battery is inserted
correctly.
• Charge the battery.
The power turns off
suddenly
• Charge the battery.
• Your camera may be in Power save
mode. (p. 78)
• The camera may turn off to prevent the
memory card from being damaged due
to an impact. Turn on your camera again.
The camera is losing
battery power quickly
• The battery may lose power more quickly
in low temperatures (below 0° C). 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.
Appendixes
Situation
Suggested remedies
Cannot take photos
• There is no space on the memory card.
Delete unnecessary files or insert a new
card.
• Format the memory card. (p. 78)
• The memory card is defective. Get a
new memory card.
• Make sure that the camera is switched
on.
• Charge the battery.
• Make sure that the battery is inserted
correctly.
The camera freezes
Remove the battery and insert it again.
The camera heats up
While you use the camera, it may heat up.
This is normal and should not affect your
camera’s lifespan or performance.
• The flash option may be set to Off.
(p. 39)
The flash does not work
• You cannot use the flash in the
,
or some
modes.
The flash fires
unexpectedly
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The flash may fire due to static electricity.
This is not a malfunction.
,
Before contacting a service center
Situation
Suggested remedies
Situation
The date and time are
incorrect
Set the date and time in the display settings
menu. (p. 78)
The display or buttons
do not work
Remove the battery and insert it again.
An incorrect white balance can create
The colors in the photo
unrealistic color. Select the proper white
do not match the actual
balance option to suit the light source.
scene
(p. 48)
The camera screen
works poorly
If you use your camera at low temperatures,
it can cause the camera screen to
malfunction or discolor.
For better performance of your camera
screen, use your camera at normal
temperatures.
The memory card has
an error
The memory card has not been reset.
Format the card. (p. 78)
Cannot play back files
If you change the name of a file, your
camera may not play the file. (Note: File
names should meet the DCF standard.) If
you encounter this situation, play back the
files on your computer.
The photo is blurry
• Make sure that the focus option you set
is suitable for close-up shots. (p. 41)
• Make sure that the lens is clean. If not,
clean the lens. (p. 83)
• Make sure that the subject is within
range of the flash. (p. 94)
Appendixes
Suggested remedies
The photo is too bright
• Turn off the flash. (p. 39)
• Your photo is overexposed. Adjust the
exposure value. (p. 47)
The photo is too dark
Your photo is underexposed.
• Turn on the flash. (p. 39)
• Adjust the ISO speed. (p. 40)
• Adjust the exposure value. (p. 47)
The TV does not
display your photos
• Make sure that the camera is correctly
connected to the TV with the A/V cable.
• Make sure that your memory card
contains photos.
Your computer does
not recognize your
camera
• Make sure that the USB cable is
connected correctly.
• Make sure that your camera is switched
on.
• Make sure that you are using a
supported operating system. (p. 67, 73)
The file transmission may be interrupted by
Your computer
disconnects the camera static electricity. Disconnect the USB cable
while transferring files
and connect it again.
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Before contacting a service center
Situation
Suggested remedies
Your computer cannot
play videos
• Depending on the video player programs
installed on your PC, video files captured
by your camera may not play. To ensure
the video files play on your computer,
install and use the Intelli-studio. (p. 68)
• Make sure that the USB cable is
connected correctly.
Intelli-studio is not
functioning properly
• End Intelli-studio and restart the program.
• You cannot use Intelli-studio on
Macintosh computers.
• Depending on your computer's
specification and environments, the
program may not launch automatically.
In this case, click Start → My Computer
→ Intelli-studio → iStudio.exe on your
computer.
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Camera specifications
Image sensor
Shutter speed
Type
1/2.3" (Approx. 7.81 mm) CCD
Effective pixels
Approx. 12.2 mega-pixels
Total pixels
Approx. 12.4 mega-pixels
• Smart Auto: 1/8 - 1/2,000 sec.
• Program: 1 - 1/2,000 sec.
• Night: 8 - 1/2,000 sec.
• Fireworks: 2 sec.
Lens
Focal length
Exposure
Samsung 5X Zoom Lens f = 4.9 - 24.5 mm
(35 mm film equivalent: 27 - 135 mm)
F-stop range
F3.5 (W) - F5.9 (T)
Digital zoom
• Still image mode: 1.0X - 3.0X
• Play mode: 1.0X - 12.5X (depending on image size)
Control
Program AE
Metering
Multi, Spot, Center-weighted
Compensation
±2EV (1/3EV steps)
ISO equivalent
Auto, 80, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600
Flash
Display
Type
TFT LCD
Mode
Off, Auto, Red-eye, Fill in, Slow Sync, Red-eye Fix
Feature
2.36" (6.0cm), 110K
Range
• WIDE: 0.4 m - 3.0 m (ISO Auto)
• TELE: 0.5 m - 2.0 m (ISO Auto)
Recharging time
Approx. 4 sec. (depending on battery condition)
Focusing
Type
Range
TTL auto focus (Multi AF, Center AF, Face Detection AF,
Tracking AF)
Wide (W)
Tele (T)
Normal
80 cm - infinity
100 cm - infinity
Macro
5 cm - 80 cm
-
Auto Macro
5 cm - infinity
100 cm - infinity
Shake reduction
Digital Image Stabilization (DIS)
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Camera specifications
Effect
Shooting mode
• Photo Style Selector: Normal, Soft, Vivid, Forest,
Retro, Cool, Calm, Classic, Negative, Custom RGB
• Image Adjust: Sharpness, Contrast, Saturation
• Format: MJPEG (Max recording time: 2 hours)
• Size: 640X480, 320X240
Videos
White Balance
Auto WB, Daylight, Cloudy, Fluorescent_H, Fluorescent_L, Tungsten,
Custom Set
Playback
Date Imprinting
Type
Single image, Thumbnails, Multi slide show,
Movie clip, Smart Album
* Smart Album category: Type, Date, Color, Week
Edit
Resize, Rotate, Photo Style Selector, Image Adjust
Effect
• Photo Style Selector: Normal, Soft, Vivid, Forest,
Retro, Cool, Calm, Classic, Negative, Custom RGB
• Image Adjust: ACB, Red-eye Fix, Face Retouch,
Brightness, Contrast, Saturation, Add Noise
Date & Time, Date, Off
Shooting
• Modes: Smart Auto (White, Macro Color, Portrait,
Photos
• Frame Rate: 30 FPS, 15 FPS
• Voice: On, Off, Zoom Mute
• Video editing (embedded): Pause during recording,
Still image capture, Time trimming
Night Portrait, Backlight Portrait, Backlight,
Landscape, Action, Tripod, Night, Macro, Macro
Text, Blue Sky, Sunset, Natural Green), Program,
DIS, Scene (Beauty Shot, Frame Guide, Night,
Portrait, Children, Landscape, Close Up, Text,
Sunset, Dawn, Backlight, Fireworks, Beach &
Snow)
• Drive: Single, Continuous, Motion Capture, AEB
• Timer: Off, 10 Sec, 2 Sec, Double, Motion Timer
Voice recording
• Voice Recording (Max 10 hours)
• Voice Memo in a photo (Max. 10 sec.)
Storage
Media
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External memory (Optional):
-- SD card (up to 2 GB guaranteed)
-- SDHC card (up to 8 GB guaranteed)
Camera specifications
File format
• Photo: JPEG (DCF), EXIF 2.21, DPOF 1.1,
Power source
PictBridge 1.0
• Video: AVI (MJPEG)
• Audio: WAV
Rechargeable
battery
Lithium-ion battery (BP70A)
(740 mAh, Minimum 700 mAh)
Connect Type
8 pin (USB/AV out)
For 1GB SD
Image size
The power source may differ depending on your region.
Super Fine
Fine
Normal
4000 X 3000
168
238
362
3984 X 2656
195
267
407
3968 X 2232
229
305
477
Weight
3264 X 2448
244
326
515
125 g (without battery and memory card)
2592 X 1944
310
489
576
Operating temperature
2048 X 1536
489
674
752
0 - 40˚ C
1024 X 768
978
1,086
1,222
Dimensions (W x H x D)
97.0 × 58.0 × 20.8 mm (excluding protrusions)
Operating humidity
T hese figures are measured under Samsung’s standard
conditions and may vary depending on shooting conditions
and camera settings.
Interface
5 - 85 %
Software
Intelli-studio
Digital output
connector
USB 2.0
Audio
Mono (Internal speaker), Mono (Microphone)
Video output
NTSC, PAL (selectable)
DC power input
connector
4.2 V
Specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
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Glossary
ACB (Auto Contrast Balance)
DCF (Design rule for Camera File system)
This feature automatically improves the contrast of your images when
the subject is backlit or when there is a high contrast between your
subject and the background.
A specification to define a file format and file system for digital cameras
created by the Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries
Association (JEITA).
AEB (Auto Exposure Bracket)
Depth of field
This feature automatically captures several images at different
exposures to help you capture a properly-exposed image.
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.
AF (Auto Focus)
A system that automatically focuses the camera lens on the subject.
Your camera uses the contrast to focus automatically.
Digital zoom
The aperture controls the amount of light that reaches the camera’s
sensor.
A feature that artificially increases the amount of zoom available with
zoom lens (optical zoom). When using the digital zoom, the image
quality will deteriorate as the magnification increases.
Camera shake (Blur)
DPOF (Digital Print Order Format)
Aperture
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. Alternately, use a tripod, the DIS function to
stabilize the camera.
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.
Composition
All the combinations of the camera’s shutter speed and lens aperture
that result in the same exposure.
Composition in photography means arranging objects in a photo.
Usually, abiding by the rule of thirds leads to a good composition.
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EV (Exposure Value)
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Glossary
EV Compensation
Image sensor
This feature allows you to quickly adjust the exposure value measured
by the camera, in limited increments, to improve the exposure of your
photos. Set the EV compensation to -1.0 EV to adjust the value one
step darker and 1.0 EV to one step brighter.
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
(Charge-coupled Device) and CMOS (Complementary Metal Oxide
Semiconductor).
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.
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.
JPEG (Joint Photographic Experts Group)
A speed light that helps to create adequate exposure in low-light
conditions.
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.
Focal length
LCD (Liquid Crystal Display)
Flash
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.
A visual display commonly used in consumer electronics. This display
needs a separate backlight, such as CCFL or LED, to reproduce
colors.
Macro
This feature allows you to capture close-up photos of very small
objects. When using the macro feature, the camera can maintain a
sharp focus on small objects at a near life-size ratio (1:1).
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Glossary
Metering
Shutter speed
The metering refers to the way in which the camera measures the
quantity of light to set the exposure.
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 pass 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.
MJPEG (Motion JPEG)
A video format which is compressed as a JPEG image.
Noise
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.
Vignetting
Optical zoom
White balance (color balance)
This is a general zoom which can enlarge images with a lens and does
not deteriorate quality of images.
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.
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.
Quality
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.
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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Correct disposal of batteries in this product
Correct Disposal of This Product
(Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment)
(Applicable in the European Union and other European
countries with separate battery return systems)
(Applicable in the European Union and other European
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. 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. 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.
PlanetFirst represents Samsung Electronics’
commitment to the sustainable development and
social responsibility through eco-driven business and
management activities.
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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.
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.
This Class [B] digital apparatus complies with Canadian
ICES-003.
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
• 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.
-C
onnect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from
that to which the receiver is connected.
-C
onsult the dealer or an experienced radio / TV technician for
help.
• Declaration of Conformity
Trade Name
: Samsung ES80
Responsible Party
:S
amsung Electronics America, Inc.
Address
:8
5 Challenger Road, Ridgefield Park,
NJ 07660
Telephone No.
: 1-800-SAMSUNG (726-7864)
T his 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.
• CAUTION:
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the
manufacturer responsible for compliance could void the user’s
authority to operate the equipment.
Appendixes
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Model No.
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Index
A
Digital Image
Stabilization(DIS) 31
Specifications 87
ACB
in Playback mode 64
in Shooting mode 47
Adjusting
Brightness 64
Contrast
in Playback mode 64
in Shooting mode 52
Saturation
in Playback mode 64
in Shooting mode 52
Sharpness 52
AF Lamp 79
AF Sound 77
Aperture 31
Auto Contrast Balance (ACB)
47
Beauty Shot mode 29
Disconnecting the device 72
Burst
Auto Exposure Bracket (AEB)
50
Continuous 50
Motion capture 50
DIS mode 31
Display brightness 77
Display type 21
DPOF 65
E
Camera shake 24
Capturing an image from a
video 60
Editing 62
Cleaning
Error messages 82
Body 83
Display 83
Lens 83
D
Battery
Date/Time Set 78
Facial imperfections 29
Flash
Auto 40
Fill in 40
Off 39
Red-eye 40
Red-eye Fix 40
Slow Sync 40
Focus area
C
B
Charging 88
Life 87
Digital zoom 23
Blink detection 46
Facial brightness 29
Enlarging 58
Exposure 47
Center AF 43
Multi AF 43
Tracking AF 43
Focus distance
Macro 41
Normal (AF) 41
Format 78
F
Frame guide 30
Face detection
Frame rate 32
Blink Detection 46
Normal 44
Self-Portrait 45
Smile Shot 45
Date Type 78
Deleting files 57
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Function button 14
Function description 77
Index
G
L
Muting
Glossary 97
Light source (White balance)
48
H
Long time shutter 30
Half-pressing 6
Camera 16
Video 33
N
M
Navigation button 14
I
Macro 41
Night mode 30
Icons 18
Maintenance 83
Image adjust
Memory card
ACB 64
add noise 64
brightness 64
contrast 64
face retouch 64
red-eye fix 64
saturation 64
Imprint 79
Intelli-studio 70
ISO speed 40
P
Photo quality 36
Capacity 86
Photo styles
MENU button 14
in Playback mode 63
in Shooting mode 51
Metering
Center-weighted 48
Multi 48
Spot 48
PictBridge 74
Playback button 16
MJPEG (Motion JPEG) 95
Playback mode 54
MODE button 14
Printing photos 74
Motion Timer 38
Print order 65
Movie mode 32
Program mode 32
Protecting files 56
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Q
Quick View 77
R
Recording
Video 32
Voice memo 34
Red-eye
in Playback mode 64
in Shooting mode 39
Reset 78
Resizing 62
Resolution
Photo 36
Video 36
RGB tone
in Playback mode 63
in Shooting mode 51
Rotating 62
Index
S
T
W
Scene mode 28
Timer 37
White Balance 48
Self-Portrait 45
Tracking focus 43
Service center 91
Transferring files
Settings
Accessing 76
Camera 78
Display 77
Sound 77
Shooting mode
DIS 31
Movie 32
Program 32
Scene 28
Smart Auto 27
Shutter speed 30
Slide show 58
Smart Album 55
Smart Auto mode 27
Smile shot 45
Start image 62, 77
for Mac 73
for Windows 67
Z
Zoom button 14
Zooming 23
V
Video
Playing 59
Recording 32
Video Out 79
Viewing files
as thumbnails 56
by category 55
on TV 66
Slide show 58
Voice memo
Playing 60
Recording 34
Volume 77
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Please refer to the warranty that came with your product or visit our
website http://www.samsung.com/ for after-sales service or inquiries.
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