Samsung GX-20 user manual

User manual for the device Samsung GX-20

Device: Samsung GX-20
Size: 19,55 MB
Date of adding : 2013-03-08 15:30:53
Number of pages: 163
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Important Safety Information WARNING indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which, if not Thank you for buying a Samsung Digital Camera. WARNING avoided, could result in death or serious injury. ■ Prior to using this camera, please read this user manual thoroughly. ■ Do not use the fl ash in close proximity to people or infants. ■ When you require After Sales service, please bring the camera and the cause of the camera malfunction (such as battery, Memory card etc.) to the Positioning

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Important Safety Information CAUTION indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which, if not ■ If liquid from the battery enters the eyes, wash it away immediately with CAUTION avoided, could result in death or serious injury. fresh water and consult a doctor. It may cause loss of eyesight. ■ Please use the batteries in appropriate ways referring to the following: ■ If any of the battery leakage should come in contact with skin or clothes, Leaking, overheating, or burst batteries coul

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Contents 034 Operating the shutter release button 012 Checking the Contents of the Package Before 034 Hard-to-Autofocus Subjects 012 What are included in the package Starting to 035 Adjusting the Viewfi nder to Your Eyesight 013 Names of Working Parts 035 Using the Zoom ring Take a Picture 013 Front & Top 036 Using the Drive Mode 014 Rear 015 Quick reference guide 016 Charging and Inserting the Battery 038 Checking the Composition, Exposure, and Getting a 016 Charging the Battery Focus Before S

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Contents 066 Using the CUSTOM2 MENU 053 Using the Menu 066 E-Dial in Program / Sv / Tv / Av / TAv / M / X / B 053 Using the MENU button 066 Green Button in TAv&M 054 Using the CAPTURE MENU 066 Use Aperture Ring 054 Picture Wizard 067 One-touch Bracketing 055 File Format 067 Bracketing Order 055 JPEG Size 067 Remaining Count 055 JPEG Quality 067 Release in Charging 056 Colour Space 068 Preview Method 056 Set RAW Button 068 Initial Zoom 056 Liveview 068 Auto Rotation 057 User Registration 068 Sa

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Contents 080 Using the best programmed exposure, P 098 Using the Built-in Flash Using Using the (Program) mode 098 Selecting Flash Mode Advanced Flash 099 Using Auto Discharge 080 P (Automatic Program Exposure) Mode Shooting 100 Using Fill-in Flash 082 Shooting in the different exposure rates 100 Using Red-eye Reduction Flash 082 Sv (Sensitivity Priority) Mode Modes 101 Front curtain sync, Rear curtain sync 083 Taking a picture of a fast-moving subject 101 Daylight-Sync Shooting 083 Tv (Shutter

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Contents 116 Deleting Images 138 Setting the Printing Service (DPOF) How to Make 116 Deleting a Single Image 138 Printing Single Images a Photo Print 116 Deleting All Images 139 Settings for All Images 117 Deleting Selected Images (from Nine-Image Dis- 140 Printing Using PictBridge play) 140 Connecting the Camera to the Printer 117 Deleting F F Fo o ollld d de e er r rs s 141 Printing Single Images 118 Deleting images taken with the RAW+ button 143 Printing All Images 119 Protecting Images from

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Feature ● The 14.60 effective Megapixel of SAMSUNG digital camera sensor. The captured area (view angle) will differ between the GX-20 and (High dynamic range.) 35mm SLR cameras even if the same lens is used because the ● Built-in Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) minimizes or prevents digital images format size for 35mm fi lm and the sensor are different. from becoming blurred due to camera shake. Sizes for 35mm fi lm and Size of Sensor ● Features an Auto-Focus sensor with 11 focusing poin

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Understanding illustrated icons used in this user guide Please read this basic information thoroughly before you start using the product. ▲ ◄ ► ( ), (▲▼), and (◄►) icons indicate the direction ▼ buttons. ( ) This icon indicates the program mode dial. ( ▲), ( ▼), ( ◄) or ( ►) icons indicates the each direction button. This “Note” symbol indicates information that supplements important points of the main text. ( ) This icon indicates the front dial. This “Warning” symbol advises users that f

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Contents of the Operating Manual This operating manual contains the following chapters. 7. Using the Software 1. Before Starting to Take a Picture Explains the editing software provided for your SAMSUNG digital camera. Explains camera characteristics, accessories and the names of various parts. 8. How to Make a Photo Print 2. Starting Basic Shooting (Auto mode) Explains how to make a photo print. This chapter gives a quick guidelines for the fi rst time users to take a picture using the basic s

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012 Checking the Contents of the Package 012 What are included in the package Before Starting to 013 Names of Working Parts 013 Front & Top 014 Rear Take a Picture 015 Quick reference guide 016 Charging and Inserting the Battery Explains camera characteristics, accessories and the 016 Charging the Battery names of various parts. 017 Inserting the Battery 018 Battery Level Indicator 018 Approximate Playback Time (Fully charged battery) 019 Inserting the Memory Card 020 Precautions When Using th

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Checking the Contents of the Package Please check that you have the correct contents before using this product. The contents can vary depending on the sales region. To buy the optional equipment, contact your nearest Samsung dealer or Samsung service centre. What are included in the package Hot shoe cover Eyecup Viewfi nder cap Body mount cover USB cable (Installed on camera) (Installed on camera) (Installed on camera) Video cable Software (CD-ROM) Strap Rechargeable battery Charger (SBC-L6) (SL

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N Na am me es s o of f W Wo or rk kiin ng g P Pa ar rt ts s F Fr ro on nt t & & T To op p Green Button Flash Button Terminal Cover Built-in Flash Mode dial Shutter Button Remote control port Main Switch USB / Video terminal Front dial Strap holder DC input terminal Self-Timer lamp / Remote control External fl ash receiver sync terminal Lens mount index RAW Button Lens unlock button Lens information contacts Mirror Do not attempt to adjust the aperture lever or the mirror in the camer

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Names of Working Parts Rear Self-Timer lamp / Remote control receiver Exposure Compensation / Memory Card Slot LCD panel lamp button Hot shoe Rear e-dial LCD Panel Diopter adjustment lever Memory Card AE-L/Lock Button Cover Metering mode lever Strap Holder Exposure bracket button Viewfi nder MENU button Delete / Picture Wizard AF Button OK Button INFO button Direction button Playback button Card access lamp Card cover lock LCD Monitor OIS (Optical Image Stabilization) lever Focus point sel

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Names of Working Parts Quick reference guide Front Rear Green Button (p. 66) Flash Button (p. 99) Exposure Compensation (p.47)/ Rear e-dial (p.53) LCD panel lamp button (p.69) Mode dial (p. 33) LCD Panel (p.32) Front dial (p. 53) Diopter adjustment lever AE-L (p.48)/Lock Button (p.119) (p.35) Exposure bracket button (p.90) MENU button (p.53) Delete / Picture Wizard RAW button (p. 49) AF Button (p.61) button (p.116) INFO button (p.28) Direction button Playback button (p.110) (p.8) LCD Monitor

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Charging and Inserting the Battery Charging the Battery ● If the charging LED of the AC Charger does not turn on or blink after inserting the rechargeable battery, please check whether the battery is inserted correctly. 1. Insert the supplied AC cord to the power outlet and DC input port of the ● You must check the battery charging status with the Charging LED. charger. Charging LED Status Being Charged Red LED is on Charging is complete The LED is off Charging error Red LED is blinking ● Pro

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Charging and Inserting the Battery 3. Close the Battery cover and rotate the Inserting the Battery battery cover lock lever as shown. 1. Rotate the Battery cover unlock lever as shown in the illustration and open the cover. ● Use the specifi ed battery. Problems caused by using the other battery are not covered by the Samsung warranty. ● Do not open the battery cover or remove the batteries while the power is on. ● Remove the batteries when you will not use the camera for a long while. Th

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Charging and Inserting the Battery Battery Level Indicator ● Battery performance temporarily decreases while being used in cold conditions. When using the camera in cold climates, have extra batteries You can confirm remaining battery level by checking the displayed on the on hand and keep them warm in your pocket. Battery performance will LCD panel. return to normal when returned to room temperature. ● Have extra batteries ready when travelling overseas, taking pictures in cold climates, or

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Inserting the Memory Card ■ SD / SDHC memory card and Multi Media Card can be used with this ● Do not remove the Memory Card while card access lamp is lit. camera. ● Always format new Memory Cards before use. Also format Memory Cards used with other cameras. ■ Captured images are recorded on the Memory Card. Make sure the camera ● If the memory card cover is left open, the is turned off before inserting or removing the Memory Card. power will not turn on. Fitting ● Make sure the memory


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