Samsung R50 user manual

User manual for the device Samsung R50

Device: Samsung R50
Size: 1,98 MB
Date of adding : 2013-04-02 15:10:49
Number of pages: 156
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Instruction Manual
Camera Section
The serial number of this product is
given on the bottom face of the camera.
L749 2971
Printed in China
1AG6P1P3944--
SG2G2/EX, U (0108CR-HS)

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Preface This manual provides information on how to use the shooting and playback functions of this product, as well as warnings on its use. To make the best use of this product’s functions, read this manual thoroughly before use. Please keep this manual handy for ease of reference. Ricoh Co., Ltd. Safety Precautions For the safe use of your camera, be sure to read the safety precautions thoroughly. Test Shooting Please be sure to do some test shooting to make sure it is recording properly be

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CONTENTS CONTENTS ...........................................................................................1 QUICK SEARCH BY OPERATION ........................................................ 4 CHECKING THE INCLUDED ACCESSORIES ...................................... 9 GETTING THE MOST OUT OF YOUR CAMERA ............................... 11 SYSTEM MAP ..................................................................................... 14 SETUP PARTS NAMES .......................................

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SHOOTING ACCESSING THE SHOOTING MENU .................................................64 RESOLUTION/VIDEO SIZE SETTING .................................................67 COMPRESSION RATE SETTING ........................................................70 FOCUS AREA SETTING ......................................................................71 LIGHT-MEASURING MODE SETTING ................................................73 ISO SENSITIVITY ........................................................

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CONTENTS OPTION DISPLAYING THE SETUP MENU ....................................................... 98 SOUNDS ............................................................................................ 101 POST-VIEW SETTING ...................................................................... 103 SCREEN LANGUAGE ....................................................................... 104 TV SYSTEM SETTING ...................................................................... 105 AUTO POWER OFF F

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QUICK SEARCH BY OPERATION Your camera has an abundance of convenient features and functions. From creating precisely the photo you want, to viewing images using various techniques, you can locate the exact operation for your purposes in the following table. Shooting/recording Basic operation Convenient functions Additional functions Getting started Change the setting to For more accurate shooting sequential shots focus • “Recording a video clip”  “How to use the best shot  “FOCUS RANGE” o

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QUICK SEARCH BY OPERATION Shooting/recording Basic operation Convenient functions Additional functions Shoot in dark conditions  “EXPOSURE CORRECTION” on page 76  “FLASH SETTING” on page 57  “USING THE SCENE FUNCTION” (night view portrait mode/fireworks mode/lamp mode) on page 50 Increase the camera’s sensitivity  “ISO SENSITIVITY” on page 74 Photographing people  “USING THE SCENE FUNCTION” (portrait mode/night view portrait mode/cosmetic mode/face chaser mode) on page 50  “How to use th

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Playback Basic operation Convenient functions Additional functions Getting started Adjust the playback volume viewing images  “SOUNDS” on page 101  “Playing back the video clip” on page 47  “Viewing still images” on Search for image data Check the focus page 38  “9-image display status playback” on page 39  “Zoom jump playback” on  “Folder playback” on page 42 page 40 Change the Magnify an image orientation  “Magnifying (zooming in)  “ROTATE IMAGE” on the image” on page 41 page

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QUICK SEARCH BY OPERATION Data managing/processing Basic operation Convenient functions Additional functions Edit photos  “BLUR CORRECTION” on page 83  “CONTRAST CORRECTION” on page 85  “RED-EYE CORRECTION” on page 87 Copy files from the internal memory to the card, or vice versa  “COPY DATA” on page 89 Delete files Protect images from accidental erasure  “Deleting files” on  “IMAGE PROTECT” on page 80 page 43 Format a card  “INITIALIZING THE CARD MEMORY AND INTERNAL MEMORY” on page 110

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Using with a computer Basic operation Convenient functions Additional functions Use the camera as a card reader  “BEFORE MOUNTING YOUR CAMERA” on page 6 in the R50 Software INSTRUCTION MANUAL  “MOUNTING AND DISMOUNTING YOUR CAMERA” on page 9 in the R50 Software INSTRUCTION MANUAL Copy files from your camera to a computer  “BEFORE MOUNTING YOUR CAMERA” on page 6 in the R50 Software INSTRUCTION MANUAL  “MOUNTING AND DISMOUNTING YOUR CAMERA” on page 9 in the R50 Software INSTRUCTION MANUAL

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CHECKING THE INCLUDED ACCESSORIES i Handstrap: 1 i R50 Software (CD-ROM): 1 i Lithium-ion battery pack i Lithium-ion battery pack (battery pack): 1 charger and power cord i Dedicated USB interface cable: i Dedicated AV interface 1 cable: 1 i “SAFETY MANUAL” (safety precautions booklet) Please read this booklet carefully before using the digital camera. 9 English

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Attaching the handstrap Media cards that can be used with this camera The types of card that can be inserted into and used with this camera are: i SD Memory Card i SDHC Memory Card What “card” means in this manual i In this manual, SD Memory Cards and SDHC Memory Cards that can be used in this digital camera are referred to as “card”. English 10

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GETTING THE MOST OUT OF YOUR CAMERA It’s loaded with lots of functions that are possible only in a digital camera, including a super-quick focus, a more extensive scene function, and more. k Abundant scene functions (page 50) You can select from a variety of preset settings (aperture, shutter speed, etc.) for specific shooting conditions. LANDSCAPE LANDSCAPE LANDSCAPE Mountains & Seascapes Mountains & Seascapes Mountains & Seascapes 11 English

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k Photo correction feature (page 83) Your camera can correct some problems in still images–red eyes resulting when the flash is used (red-eye effect) and blurred images due to camera movement (camera shake)–to produce more natural-looking photos. In addition, hazy images can be enhanced to show sharper outlines (contrast correction). Correct red-eye effect? Correct red-eye effect? Correct red-eye effect? YES EXIT OK OK OK English 12

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GETTING THE MOST OUT OF YOUR CAMERA k Date/time stamp feature (page 77) Use the “date stamp feature” to print the capture date and time on your photo, even if your printer does not have a date stamp function. 2008.12.24 13 English

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SYSTEM MAP The included accessories can be used to connect your camera to a computer, printer or TV. By connecting the camera to your computer, you can, for example, copy your photos to the computer’s hard disk. You can connect it to a printer for direct printing of your photos. Or take the card to a photo shop to have your photos printed there. Internet Computer Dedicated USB interface Printer cable Dedicated AV TV interface cable Battery charger (supplied) i Card reader i DPOF-compatibl

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PARTS NAMES Front Shutter button ON/OFF button Flash Microphone Lens Self-timer indicator Bottom Battery/card compartment cover Speaker Tripod stand hole 15 English

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Rear Strap holder USB AV-OUT terminal cover Zoom switch Playback button [=] [n] button [m] button OK button SCENE button Monitor [o] button MENU button [l] button English 16

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CHARGING THE BATTERY PACK Please charge the supplied battery pack before using it. 1 Connect the supplied power Battery pack charger cord to the socket on the battery pack charger. h Insert the connector straight Power cord and securely. Battery pack charger 2 Insert the battery pack in the Battery pack battery charger. [o] mark h Insert it in the direction CHARGE indicator indicated by the [o] mark on the battery pack. To power outlet 3 Plug the power plug into a power outlet (AC 100 V t

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HINT i Charging takes approximately 2 hr. 30 min. FOR AMERICAN USERS: i Use a UL Listed, 1.8-3m (6-10ft), Type SPT-2 or NiSPT-2, AWG No.18 power supply cord, rated for 125V 7A, with a non-polarized NEMA 1-15P plug rated for 125V 15A. Charging the battery pack Be sure to fully charge the supplied or separately sold battery pack before using it in your camera. For charging the battery pack, use the supplied charger. Charge the battery pack if it is being used for the first time, and recharge


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