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  • Page 2: For Safe Use Of Your Camera

    To avoid disappointment please ensure that your camera is operating properly well before you intend to use it (e.g. for a trip or an important event). Samsung Cameras take no responsibility for any loss or damages that may result from camera malfunction.

  • Page 3: Danger

    Should any form of liquid or a foreign object enter the camera, do not use it. Switch off the camera, and then disconnect the power source (batteries or AC Power Adapter). You must contact your dealer or Samsung Camera Service centre. Do not continue to use the camera as this may cause a fire or electric shock.

  • Page 4: Caution

    The battery is expendable and its life is shortened through use. If the battery capacity is reduced by half, purchase new one. After removing the batteries for about 110 hour (4-5 days), the camera may be reset. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 5: Precautions For Charger Usage

    If the charger smokes or overheats, stop using it immediately and contact your dealer or Samsung Camera Service Centre as soon as possible. If water gets inside the camera, stop using the camera and contact your dealer or Samsung Camera Service Centre. It may cause fire or electric shock.

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    How to charge the exclusive rechargeable battery Battery Level Indicator / Approximate Playback Time (new batteries) Using the Optional AC Adapter Using the memory card Inserting / Removing the Memory Card Precautions When Using the Memory Card Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

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    Setting the White Balance Adjusting the White Balance Manually Fine-Tuning the White Balance Using the ISO sensitivity Setting the Sensitivity Setting the Range of Automatic Correction in AUTO Playing Back Still Pictures Playing Back Images Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

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    Setting the JPEG Quality Level Setting the Saturation / Sharpness / Contrast Storing User Settings Setting the Colour Space Shooting in Extended Bracket Mode / Shooting in Multi-exposure Mode Memory setting Optical Picture stabilisation (OPS) / Exposure mode Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

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    Selecting the Folder Name Cleaning the CCD Removing the dust Reset [PLAYBACK MENU] Menu Setting Items / Exposure warning Instant View Digital Preview / Digital Filter Slide show Using the Fn Menu Capture Mode Playback Mode Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

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    Software information Software Notes About the software Setting up the application software Removable Disk Removing the removable disk Digimax Master Digimax RAW Converter Appendix Default Settings Optional Accessories Error Messages Troubleshooting Main Specifications Glossary Index Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 11: Contents Of The Operating Manual

    Understand how to use and access the buttons and menus of the GX-10. 5. Function Reference Introduces functions to further enhance your GX-10 experience. 6. Software information Explains software installation and how to use the program. 7. Appendix Explains troubleshooting, introduces optional accessories and provides various resources. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 12: Before Using Your Camera

    Check the package contents and names of working parts before use. GX-10 Camera Characteristics Checking the Contents of the Package Names of Working Parts Using the Button Functions LCD Monitor Indications Viewfinder Indications LCD panel Indications Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 13: Gx-10 Camera Characteristics

    The SP coated CCD minimises dust. Any remaining dust can be removed with CCD clear function. You can select JPEG or RAW image format. Or you can select JPEG and PAW at the same time. This is a dustproof and damp proof camera for safe outdoor shooting. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 14

    Conversely, multiply the focal length of the lens used with GX-10 by 1.5 to determine the focal length for 35 mm cameras. Example) If 300 mm lens is used with GX-10 300x1.5=450 Focal length is equivalent to 450 mm lens on a 35 mm camera. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 15: Checking The Contents Of The Package

    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.

  • Page 16: Names Of Working Parts

    Exposure Bracket button Strap Focus point selection dial MENU button Four-way controller Delete ( ) button OK button INFO button Card access lamp Playback ( ) button LCD monitor (Optical Picture Fn button Stabilization) lever Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 17: Top

    LCD panel Dioptre adjustment Rear e-dial lever Hot shoe Side Connection ports Memory Card Slot Cable switch port Terminal Cover Card cover Memory Card Slot USB / Video terminal Card cover lock DC input terminal Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 18: Bottom

    Names of Working Parts Bottom Battery cover & Tripod socket Lock lever Battery Chamber Battery Chamber cover Battery Chamber Battery Holder Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 19: Using The Button Functions

    Switches between Autofocus mode (p.192) and Manual focus mode (p.197). RAW button Press to capture a JPEG and RAW file at the same time. (p.59) Flash pop-up button ( Press to pop up the built-in flash. (p.72) Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 20

    Locks the exposure before shooting. (p.205) EV ( ) / LCD panel lamp button Holding this button, rotate the front e-dial to compensate the exposure. (p.204) Press this button to turn on the LCD panel lamp. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

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    Changes the camera modes. (p.171) Rear e-dial Sets aperture ISO sensitivity values. Green button Resets exposure settings and automatically adjusts the appropriate exposure in a M (Manual) mode. Front e-dial Sets shutter speed and EV compensation values. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 22: Playback Mode

    Shutter release button Press to switch to capture mode. Rear e-dial Sets the Exposure values. Use it to enlarge an image or display multiple images at the same time. (p.86) Use to select a digital filter. (p.93) Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 23

    Uses it to move cursor or change items in menus, Fn menu and playback screen. OK button Saves the setting you selected in the menu or playback screen. AE-L / button Locks the exposure of the shooting conditions. (p.205) Press to protect images from being accidentally erased. (p.103) Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 24: Lcd Monitor Indications

    14. Exposure mode (p.171) 7. Sensitivity (p.82) 15. Button Guide * Indicators 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 only appear when the setting other than the default setting is selected. 11 only appears when World Time is On. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 25: Capture Mode

    12. Image tone (p.121) 28. Contrast (p.124) 13. ISO sensitivity (p.82) 29. Battery Status (p.36) 14. ISO range (Auto) (p.83) 30. World tiem (p.153) 15. White balance (p.76) 31. Date and time (p.152) 16. GM compensation value (p.80) Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 26: Playback Mode

    19. Sensitivity 30. Contrast 10. Exposure Compensation 20. White Balance / Colour 31. Extended Bracket Value Temperature * Indicators 4 (Flash mode) and 11 (Flash compensation Value) only appear when the image was taken with flash. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 27: Histogram Display

    If the bars are higher on the left, the image may be too dark. If the lighting conditions are too bright to check the subject by using Distribution of brightness the LCD, checking the histogram will enable more precise exposure Dark Bright control for the shots. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 28: Viewfinder Indications

    9. Manual Focus : Appears when the Manual Focus is selected. 10. Exposure Bar : Displays the Exposure Compensation Value. (p.184) The differences between Current Exposure Value and Proper Exposure Value in the M mode. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

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    AF button is pressed. (p.132) In any mode with the exception of Sensitivity priority mode and Shutter & Aperture priority mode, ISO sensitivity will display on No. 14 position while the OK button is pressed. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 30: Lcd Panel Indications

    4. Drive mode (p.60) 13. Number of recordable images / EV : Single frame compensation value / PC (Pb) : Continuous Shot (PC=Personal Computer (mass storage)) : Self-timer (Pb=PictBridge) : Remote control mode 14. Multi exposure (p.127) Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 31

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  • Page 32: Getting Started

    This chapter explains your first steps from purchasing the camera to taking pictures. Be sure to read it and follow the instructions. Attaching the Strap Connecting to a Power Source Using the memory card Turning the Camera On and Off Initial Settings Attaching the Lens Adjusting the Viewfinder Dioptre Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 33: Attaching The Strap

    1. Pass the end of the strap through the strap lug, then secure on the inside of the clasp. 2. Pass the other end of the strap through the other strap lug on the camera, then secure on the inside of the clasp. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 34: Connecting To A Power Source

    When the battery is removed, turn off the camera first or the stored data may be deleted. 1. Rotate the Battery cover unlock lever as shown in the illustration ( ) and open the cover ( ). Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 35: How To Charge The Exclusive Rechargeable Battery

    We recommend using AC adapter when the camera is used for a long time or is connected to a computer. How to charge the exclusive rechargeable battery 1. Insert the supplied AC cord to the power outlet and DC input port of the charger. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 36

    Rated output DC 8.4 V/700 mA Dimensions 60 90 30.2 mm Weight 86 g A Lithium ion battery is expendable. If the working duration of a fully charged battery decreases sharply, purchase a new one. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 37: Battery Level Indicator / Approximate Playback Time (new Batteries)

    The still picture storage capacity is based on measuring conditions in accordance with CIPA standards and the playback time is based on SAMSUNG measuring conditions. Some deviation from the above figures may occur in actual use depending on shooting mode and shooting conditions.

  • Page 38: Using The Optional Ac Adapter

    Connecting to a Power Source Using the Optional AC Adapter AC adapter (SAC-82, optional) for PENTAX DSLR cameras can be used with SAMSUNG DSLR cameras. 1. Make sure the camera is turned off before opening the terminal cover. 2. Connect the DC terminal on the AC adapter to the DC input terminal on the camera.

  • Page 39: Using The Memory Card

    2. Have the front of the memory card facing toward the LCD monitor and insert the memory card. To remove the card, push it as shown. 3. Close the Card cover. Close the Card cover firmly or the camera will not turn on. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 40: Precautions When Using The Memory Card

    Avoid using or storing the card in direct sunlight or where it may be exposed to rapid changes in temperature or to condensation. For information on compatible Memory Cards, visit the Samsung Camera website or contact your nearest Samsung Camera customer service centre.

  • Page 41: Recorded Pixels And Quality Level

    Any images in excess of 500 on a single card will be saved in a new folder. But, in the Auto Bracket mode, folders are not made though the numbers of images are over 500 until the Auto Bracket shots are finished. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 42: Turning The Camera On And Off

    [SETUP MENU] menu. To turn on the camera again, rotate the main switch or refer to the followings. - Press the shutter button halfway down - Press the Playback mode button - Press the INFO button Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 43: Initial Settings

    : Cancel 3. Press the OK button. 4. Press the button. The menu cursor will shift to menu. INITIAL SETTING Language/ English Seoul 5. Press the button to select a city. : Set : Cancel Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 44

    Sub menu for selecting the language displays. The language is changed. To change the City and Date / Time, refer to the following pages. - Refer to page 153 for changing the City - Refer to page 152 for changing the Date / Time Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 45: Setting The Date And Time

    The frame moves to [Date]. 7. Press the four-way controller ( ). INITIAL SETTING The frame moves to the year. Date & Time Date Style yy/mm/dd Date 2006 01 01 Time 00 00 : Set : Cancel Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 46

    To set the exact time, press the OK button when the time signal (on the TV, radio, etc.) reaches 00 seconds. You can change the language and date and time settings with the menu operations. (p.152, 156) Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 47: Attaching The Lens

    After attaching, check that the lens is secure. Also check that the red dots of the lens are on top and the attached portion does not move sideways. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 48

    The camera body and lens mount incorporate lens information contacts and an AF coupler. Dirt, dust, or corrosion may damage the electrical system. Clean the contacts with a soft dry cloth. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 49: Adjusting The Viewfinder Dioptre

    If it is difficult to see the viewfinder image clearly even if you set the diopter adjustment lever, use the diopter correction lens adapter (optional). However, the eyecup must be removed. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 50: Basic Operations

    Other Shooting Modes Using the Zoom Lens Using the Built-in Flash Using the White Balance Using the ISO sensitivity Playing Back Still Pictures Deleting Images Protecting Images Setting the Printing Service (DPOF) Printing Using PictBridge Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 51: Basic Shooting Operation

    When using a telephoto lens, a tripod that is heavier than the total weight of the camera and lens is recommended to avoid camera shake. When using the tripod, do not use the OPS function as the image may be blurred due to the oscillation of the OPS sensor. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 52: Letting The Camera Choose The Optimal Settings

    1. Set the mode dial to - The camera will select the optimal capturing mode for the subject. 2. Set the focus mode lever to SAF. In this mode, the shutter can be released when the image is focused. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 53

    You can preview the image in the LCD monitor and check the composition, exposure, and focus before taking the picture. (p.191) The flash doesn’t pop up. To pop up the flash manually, press the flash pop up button ( 5. Press the shutter release button fully. The picture is taken. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 54: Operating The Shutter Release Button

    Practice pressing the shutter release button halfway to learn where the first position is. The viewfinder indicators stay on while shutter release button is pressed. The indications stay on for about 10 seconds (default setting) after the button is released. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 55: Hard-to-autofocus Subjects

    (e) If vertical or horizontal line patterns appear within the focus points range. (f) Multiple subjects in the foreground and background within the focus points range. INFORMATION Subject may not be focused even when (focus indicator) is displayed when (f) above applies. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 56: Ops (optical Picture Stabilisation)

    The OPS function will not fully work when shooting with a slower shutter speed, for example when shooting a moving subject or night scenes. In this case, it is recommended that the OPS function be turned off and the camera be used with a tripod. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 57: Shake Reduction Function And Lens Focal Length / Turning On The Ops Function

    Be sure to turn off the OPS switch when using the camera with a tripod. The Shake Reduction function automatically turns off in the following situations. When using self-timer, remote control shooting, bulb shooting, or wireless mode with an external flash. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 58: Setting The Ops Function

    1. Use the four-way controller ( ) to set the Focal Length. CAPTURE MENU Select from the following focal length values. Optical Picture Stabilization (The default setting is 35.) Focal Length : Set : Back Focal Length Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 59

    If the focal length for your lens is not listed above, select the value closest to the actual focal length. When using a zoom lens, select the actual focal length at the zoom setting in the same manner. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 60: Using The Raw Button

    When using the RAW+ function, it may take a time to save the image as the images are saved as RAW and JPEG file type. When the Image taken with the RAW+ function is displayed on the LCD monitor, only a JPEG image is displayed. To view the RAW image, use the supplied Software. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 61: Other Shooting Modes

    The Fn menu appears. : Move : Exit 2. Press the four-way controller ( ). The Drive Mode options screen appears. The Default is [Single Frame Shooting]. DRIVE Single Frame Shooting : Move : Set Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 62

    Pictures are taken continuously while the shutter release button is fully pressed. Take your finger off the shutter release button to stop. Continuous shooting settings are retained when the power is turned off. Display the Fn menu again and set to (Single frame shooting) to stop Continuous shooting. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 63: Self-timer Shooting

    After pressing the shutter button Mirror will pop up directly. Shutter is released after about 2 seconds. Use this mode to avoid camera shake when the shutter release button is pressed. 1. Mount the camera to a tripod. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 64

    Other Shooting Modes 2. Press the Fn button. The Fn menu appears. : Move : Exit 3. Press the four-way controller ( ). The Drive Mode options screen appears. DRIVE Continuous Shooting : Move : Set Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 65

    , the shutter will be released about 2 seconds after the shutter release button is pressed fully. 8. Turn the camera off after shooting. You can cancel the self-timer. Press the MENU, Fn, Playback button or rotate the Mode dial Whlie the self-timer is operating. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 66: Remote Control Shooting (remote Control F : Sold Separately)

    Other Shooting Modes Remote Control Shooting (Remote Control F : Sold Separately) Remote Control for PENTAX DSLR (Remote Controller F) can be used with SAMSUNG DSLR. The shutter can be released with the optional remote control unit. You can select from...

  • Page 67

    , the shutter will be released approximately 3 seconds after the shutter release button is pressed. When the picture is taken, the self-timer lamp lights and will then resume blinking. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 68

    The remote control does not work while the flash is being charged. When using the built-in flash, raise the flash into position first. The remote control unit battery can send a remote control signal about 30,000 times. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 69: Using Mirror Lock Up Function To Prevent Camera Shake

    3. Focus on the subject. 4. Press the shutter release button fully. The mirror pops up and the picture is taken 2 seconds later. AE lock is enabled with the exposure value set immediately before the mirror goes up. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 70: Using The Zoom Lens

    Look through the viewfinder to compose your picture at the focal length that looks right for your purpose. Turn the zoom ring right or left until you see the composition you want. Wide Angle Telephoto Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 71: Using The Built-in Flash

    Sets the shutter speed to capture the background clearly. Sets the shutter speed to capture the background clearly and also Slow-speed sync+Red-eye lights a red-eye reduction light before automatic flash. Trailing curtain sync Discharges flash immediately before closing the shutter curtain. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 72: Selecting Flash Mode

    ) to choose a flash mode. When not in Auto mode, turn the rear e-dial to perform Flash Compensation. The compensation range is -2.0 to +1.0. (p.75) 4. Press the OK button twice. The camera returns to a capture mode. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 73: Using Auto Discharge

    3. Press the shutter release button halfway. The focus indicator appears in the viewfinder when focused. 4. Press the shutter release button fully. The picture is taken. 5. Push down on the portion indicated in the illustration to retract the flash. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 74: Using Fill-in Flash

    3. Press the shutter release button halfway. The focus indicator appears in the viewfinder when focused. 4. Press the shutter release button fully. The picture is taken. 5. Push down on the portion indicated in the illustration to retract the flash. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 75: Using Red-eye Reduction Flash / Daylight-sync Shooting

    1. Confirm that the flash has popped up and the flash mode is set to Fill-in Flash. (p.70) 2. Confirm that the flash is fully charged. 3. Take the picture. The picture may be over-exposed if the background is too bright. [Without Daylight-Sync] [With Daylight-Sync] Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 76: Compensating Flash Output

    If the maximum flash output is exceeded when corrected to the plus (+) side, no compensation will be effective. Compensating to the minus (-) side may not effect the image if the subject is too close, aperture is low or sensitivity is high. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 77: Using The White Balance

    You can save three settings. The colour temperature (K) is an estimate. This does not indicate precise colours. The colour temperature step can be set in the [Color Temp. Unit] of the [CUSTOM1 MENU]. (p.137) Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 78

    3. Use the four-way controller ( ) to select a desired white balance. Auto : Check : Set After selecting a desired White Balance rotate the main switch to ( ). You can check the previous White Balance. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 79: Adjusting The White Balance Manually

    5. Fully display a white or gray sheet of paper in the viewfinder under the light to adjust white balance. 6. Press the shutter release button fully. - Slide the focus mode lever to MF if the shutter cannot be released. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 80

    Press the Fn button when adjustment is unsuccessful to set again. If picture is extremely overexposed or underexposed, white balance may not be adjusted. In this case, set an appropriate exposure and re-adjust the white balance. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 81: Fine-tuning The White Balance

    WHITE BALANCE to ( ). You can check the previous White Balance. Daylight : Check : Set 4. Press the four-way controller ( DAYLIGHT - The White Balance fine tune screen appears. : Exit : Set Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 82

    Change the menu with the Front and Rear e-dial. Set [Fine tune when AWB] in [CUSTOM1 MENU] to [On] when : Exit : Set fine-tuning in AWB. (p.136) Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 83: Using The Iso Sensitivity

    3. Use the four-way controller ( ) to select a desired sensitivity. AUTO 100-1600 : Move : Set INFORMATION Captured images can show more noise if higher Sensitivity is set. Set this menu in [CUSTOM1 MENU] > [ISO Steps]. (p.139) Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 84: Setting The Range Of Automatic Correction In Auto

    - The exposure mode is set to Sv (Sensitivity Priority), M (Hyper-manual), B (Bulb) or X (flash synchro) mode. ISO Sensitivity Warning appears in the viewfinder when a sensitivity value of your choice is reached or exceeded. (p.138) Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 85: Playing Back Still Pictures

    LCD monitor. INFO button When an image is played back, press the INFO button. The recording information will be changed as followings. INFO button INFO button INFO button INFO button Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 86: Rotating Images

    The most recently captured image (image with the largest file number) is displayed on the LCD monitor. 2. Press the four-way controller ( ). The image is rotated 90° counterclockwise each time the button is pressed. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 87: Enlarging Playback Images

    You can magnify images up to 20 times when displaying them on the LCD monitor. 1. Press the button and use the four-way controller ( to select an image. The most recently captured image (image with the largest file number) is displayed first on the LCD monitor. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 88

    The first calibration on the Rear e-dial is 1.2 times. You can change this in [CUSTOM2 MENU] > [Initial Zoom] menu. INFORMATION You can enlarge the image by following the same procedure during Instant Review (p.166) or Digital Preview (p.167). Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 89: Displaying Multiple Images

    Use the four-way controller ( ) to select an image. A scroll bar appears at the right of the screen. [?] appears for an image that cannot be displayed. : Delete Scroll bar Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 90: Selecting The Number Of Images To Display / Displaying A Folder

    1. Turn the rear e-dial to the left in the multi-image display screen. 2. Select the folder you want to display and press the OK button. : Set The images in the folder are displayed. Folder name Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 91: Slideshow

    The most recently captured image (image with the largest file number) is displayed first on the LCD monitor. 2. Press the Fn button. The Fn menu appears. : Move : Exit Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 92

    Main switch is turned to the position Mode dial is turned Menu button is pressed After slideshow ends, the camera switches to Playback mode. After slideshow ends, the camera switches to Capture mode. After slideshow ends, the Playback menu appears. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 93: Connecting The Camera To Av Equipment

    AV device, and select the video IN jack to which the camera is connected. Ensure that the video output format setting is the correct one for your country or region. (p.158) The camera LCD monitor turns off while the camera is connected to the AV device. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 94: Digital Filters

    1. Press the Fn button in Playback mode. The Fn menu appears. : Move : Exit 2. Press the four-way controller ( ). B&W The screen for selecting the filter appears. : Back : Set Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 95

    7. Use the four-way controller ( ) to select [Save as]. Save image as a new file Save as Cancel : Back : Set 8. Press the OK button. The filtered image is saved under a different name. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 96

    When another image is selected with the four-way controller ( ), the image appears in the set filter. INFORMATION RAW images cannot be processed using the digital filter. Additionally, set digital filters from the [ PLAYBACK MENU] menu. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 97: Editing Raw Images

    : Set 4. Press the OK button. The parameters recorded in the image file appear. If you do not want to change the current parameters, press the OK button again. : Change : Back : Set Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 98

    Save image as a new file Save as Cancel : Set 7. Use the four-way controller ( ) to select [Save as]. 8. Press the OK button. The edited image is saved under a different name. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 99: Deleting Images

    2. Press the button. The Delete screen appears. 3. Use the four-way controller ( ) to select [Delete]. Delete Cancel : All images : Set 4. Press the OK button. The image is deleted. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 100: Deleting All Images

    3. Use the four-way controller ( ) to select [Delete All]. Delete all images on memory card? Delete All Cancel : Back : Set 4. Press the OK button. All images are deleted. No image Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 101: Deleting Selected Images (from Nine-image Display)

    1. Press the button. The most recently captured image (image with the largest file number) is displayed first on the LCD monitor. 2. Turn the e-dial to the left (toward Nine thumbnail images appear. : Delete Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 102

    The Delete confirmation screen appears. 6. Use the four-way controller ( ) to select [Select&Delete]. All selected images are deleted Select&Delete Cancel : Back : Set 7. Press the OK button. The selected images are deleted. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 103: Deleting Images Taken With The Raw Button

    : only RAW format images among the Delete RAW+JPEG selected images are deleted. Cancel - [Delete RAW+JPEG ] : RAW and JPEG format images among : All images : Set the selected images are deleted. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 104: Protecting Images

    : All images : Set 4. Press the OK button. The selected image is protected. INFORMATION Select [Unprotect] in Step 3 to cancel the Protect setting. symbol is displayed when playing back protected images. (p.25, 26) Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 105: Protecting All Images

    OK button. Protect all images All images saved in the Memory Card are protected. Protect Unprotect : Back : Set Select [Unprotect] in Step 3 to cancel the Protect setting on all of the images. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 106: Setting The Printing Service (dpof)

    The DPOF screen appears. If DPOF settings have already been made for an image, the previous number of prints and date setting ( (on) or (off)) Copies will be displayed. Date : All images : Set Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 107

    Depending on the printer or printing equipment at the photo processing lab, the date may not be imprinted on the pictures even if the DPOF setting was made. To cancel DPOF settings, set the number of copies to [00] in Step 4 and press the OK button. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 108: Settings For All Images

    The number of copies specified in settings for all images applies to all the images. Before printing, check that the number is correct. Settings for single images are cancelled when settings are made for all images. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 109: Printing Using Pictbridge

    Make the settings on the printer. For details, refer to the operating manual for your printer. RAW images cannot be printed directly. Use a PC to print RAW images. See the software instructions when connecting to a PC. (p.222) Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 110: Setting Usb

    Date/Time World Time Language/ English Guide Display 3sec LCD Brightness : Move : Exit 3. Use the four-way controller ( ) to select [USB]. 4. Press the four-way controller ( ). A pop-up menu appears. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 111: Connecting The Camera To The Printer

    The setting is changed. 7. Press the MENU button. Connecting the Camera to the Printer 1. Turn the camera off. 2. Connect the camera and a PictBridge compatible printer using the USB cable supplied with the camera. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 112: Printing Single Images

    1. Use the four-way controller ( ) to select [Print One] on the PictBridge menu. Select Printing Mode Print One Print All DPOF Auto Print : Move : Set 2. Press the OK button. The Print one screen appears. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 113

    The screen for changing print settings appears. Paper Size Standard Paper Type Standard Quality Standard Border Status Standard : Cancel : Set 8. Select [Paper Size] and press the four-way controller ( ). The Paper Size screen appears. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 114: Printing All Images

    1. Use the four-way controller ( ) to select [Print All] on the PictBridge menu. Select Printing Mode Print One Print All DPOF Auto Print : Move : Set 2. Press the OK button. The Print all images screen appears. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 115

    Refer to Steps 7 and 11 of Printing Single Images” (p.112 and 113) for details on how to change the settings. 5. Press the OK button on the print settings confirmation screen. All the images are printed according to the settings. Press the MENU button to cancel printing. Printing : Print aborted Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 116: Printing Images Using The Dpof Settings / Disconnecting The Cable From The Printer

    Press the MENU button to cancel printing. Disconnecting the Cable from the Printer When you have finished printing, turn off the camera. 1. Turn off the camera. 2. Disconnect the USB cable from the camera and printer. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 117

    MEMO Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 118: Button, Menu, Mode Dial Reference

    Explains the functions of the GX-10 buttons and menus. Using the Menu Using the Fn Menu Using the Mode Dial When using menus and Fn menu, items which cannot be changed due to camera settings appear gray and cannot be selected. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 119: Using The Menu

    [PLAYBACK MENU] menu appear in order each time AF in Remote Control the four-way controller ( ) is pressed. AF Button Function AF by Press Halfway EV Steps 1/2 EV Metering Time 10sec : Move : Exit Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 120: Select A Menu Item And Set

    You can use the front e-dial to move the menu page and the rear e-dila to switch between the [CUSTOM1, 2 MENU], [SETUP MENU] and [PLAYBACK MENU] menu when no pop-up menu is displayed. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 121: [capture Menu] Menu Settings

    Sets the settings to save when the power is turned off. p.128 Sets the [Focal Length] and [Sensitivity] when using a lens for Shake Reduction (OPS) p.129 which focal length information cannot be acquired. Exposure mode Registers current exposure mode on the User mode. p.129 Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 122: Setting The Image Tone

    Images are finished brightly, with high contrast and sharp focus. CAPTURE MENU Image Tone File Format JPEG Size JPEG Quality Saturation Sharpness Contrast : Set : Cancel INFORMATION Different saturation, sharpness and contrast values can be set for (Bright) and (Natural). Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 123: Setting The File Format / Setting The Jpeg Recorded Pixels

    The file size will also differ according to the [JPEG Quality] setting. The default setting is 10M (3872x2592). (RAW) 3872x2592 For A3 paper (JPEG) 3008x2000 For A4 paper 1824x1216 For A5 paper Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 124: Setting The Jpeg Quality Level

    When the quality level is changed, the number of recordable Remaining Count : images at that quality level appears at the top right of the screen. Image Tone File Format JPEG Size JPEG Quality Saturation Sharpness Contrast : Set : Cancel Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 125: Setting The Saturation / Sharpness / Contrast

    Towards - : Lower contrast Image Tone Image Tone File Format File Format JPEG Size JPEG Size JPEG Quality JPEG Quality Saturation Saturation Sharpness Sharpness Contrast Contrast : Move : Exit : Set : Cancel Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 126: Storing User Settings

    White Balance Flash mode Saturation Drive mode File Format Extended Bracketing Steps & Type JPEG Size Flash Exposure Compensation JPEG Quality Exposure Bracketing Steps & No. of Frames Image Tone Sensitivity Contrast Auto Sensitivity Adjustment Range Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 127: Setting The Colour Space

    File names differ depending on the colour space setting as shown below. - For sRGB : SG10XXXX.JPG - For AdobeRGB : _G10XXXX.JPG [XXXX] is the file number and numbering continues from the last stored file number. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 128: Shooting In Extended Bracket Mode / Shooting In Multi-exposure Mode

    5 times : Set : Back : Set : Cancel : Set : Back Available Number of images 2 - 9 images the exposure is adjusted automatically according to the number of Auto Exposure Adjustment shots. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 129: Memory Setting

    0001 File name even when a new memory card is even after formatting, deleting all or used, or after formatting, or after inserting a new memory card. deleting all pictures. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 130: Optical Picture Stabilisation (ops) / Exposure Mode

    USER. Exposure Mode User Registration Exposure mode only can be selected in the User mode. Color Space Extended Bracket Multi Exposure Memory of Settings : Set : Cancel Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 131: [custom1 Menu] Menu Setting Items

    Sets the maximum sensitivity level. ISO warning appears ISO warning p.138 when exceeded. Sensitivity Steps Sets the adjustment steps for ISO sensitivity. p.139 Resets all the settings in the Custom Function menu to the p.139 Reset Custom Function defaults. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 132: Linking Af Point And Ae / Superimpose

    AF in Remote Control AF Button Function The selected AF Point is AF by Press Halfway displayed in the viewfinder EV Steps 1/2EV as red light Metering Time 10sec : Move : Exit : Set : Back Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 133: Af In Remote Control / Af Button Function

    AF in Remote Control Cancel AF AF Button Function AF by Press Halfway AF operates when the EV Steps 1/2EV AF button is pressed Metering Time 10sec : Move : Exit : Set : Back Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 134

    AF in Remote Control 1/3 EV AF Button Function AF by Press Halfway Exposure setting steps EV Steps 1/2EV are set to 1/2 EV Metering Time 10sec : Move : Exit : Set : Back Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 135: Meter Operating Time / Ae-l With Af Locked

    Program Line Normal Auto EVC Fine tune when AWB AE is not locked WB when using flash when the focus is locked Color Temp. Unit Kelvin Noise Reduction : Move : Exit : Set : Back Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 136: Program Line / Auto Ev Compensation

    Auto EVC Fine tune when AWB Does not use auto EV WB when using flash compensation when proper Color Temp. Unit Kelvin exposure is not obtained Noise Reduction : Move : Exit : Set : Back Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 137: Fine Tune When Awb / Wb When Using Flash

    Unchanged Flash Auto EVC Fine tune when AWB White Balance setting is WB when using flash not changed by flash use Color Temp. Unit Kelvin Noise Reduction : Move : Exit : Set : Back Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 138: Adjusting The White Balance With Color Temperature / Noise Reduction

    Program Line Normal Auto EVC Fine tune when AWB Noise Reduction will activate WB when using flash in slow speed shooting Color Temp. Unit Kelvin Noise Reduction : Move : Exit : Set : Back Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 139: Iso Warning

    1 EV Reset Custom1 1600 ISO sensitivity warning not displayed in veiwfinder : Move : Exit : Set : Back ISO (ISO warning) appears in the viewfinder when the set sensitivity is set or exceeded. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 140: Iso Sensitivity Step / Reset Custom Function1

    Resets all the settings in the Custom Function 1 menu to the defaults. The default is [Cancel]. Reset Resets the settings. Cancel Does not reset the settings. CUSTOM1 MENU CUSTOM1 MENU Reset Custom1 ISO Warning Reset ISO Steps 1 EV Cancel Reset Custom1 : Move : Exit : Set : Back Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 141: [custom2 Menu] Menu Setting Items

    Sets whether to save rotation information when shooting. p.147 Light of Top LCD Sets whether to illuminate the LCD panel. p.147 Resets all the settings in the Custom Function menu to the Reset Custom2 p.148 defaults. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 142: Auto Bracketing Order / Green Button In Manual Mode

    Av Shift Sets the aperture and E-Dial in Sv ---, ISO shutter speed to the E-Dial in Tv Tv, --- Program Line exposure E-Dial in Av ---, Av : Move : Exit : Set : Back Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 143: Aperture Ring Use

    Tv, Av E-Dial in Sv ---, ISO Front:Shutter Speed (Hyper) E-Dial in Tv Tv, --- Rear:Aperture (Hyper) E-Dial in Av ---, Av : Move : Exit : Set : Back [e-dial menu of the P mode] Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 144

    E-Dial in Program Tv, Av E-Dial in Sv ---, ISO Front:Not Available E-Dial in Tv Tv, --- E-Dial in Av ---, Av Rear:Aperture : Move : Exit : Set : Back [e-dial menu of the Av mode] Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 145: One-touch Raw + / Recordable Image No

    Remaining Count Release in Charging Continuous Preview Method Always displays the no. Initial Zoom 1.2X of recordable images Auto Rotation for current memory card Saving Rotation Info. : Move : Exit : Set : Back Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 146: Allowing Shooting While Charging Flash / Selecting The Preview Method

    Set RAW Button 1time Remaining Count Optical Release in Charging Digital Preview Method For checking depth of Initial Zoom 1.2X field with viewfinder Auto Rotation Saving Rotation Info. : Move : Exit : Set : Back Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 147: Initial Zoom Display / Auto Image Rotation

    Set RAW Button 1time Auto Rotation Remaining Count Release in Charging Preview Method Initial Zoom 1.2X Performs auto image rotation during playback Auto Rotation Saving Rotation Info. : Move : Exit : Set : Back Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 148: Saving Rotation Information / Illuminating Lcd Panel

    The LCD panel will not illuminate when pressing the LCD panel lamp button. CUSTOM2 MENU CUSTOM2 MENU Light of Top LCD Light of Top LCD Reset Custom2 Press the Exposure compensation button to illuminate LCD panel : Move : Exit : Set : Back Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 149: Reset Custom Function2

    Resets all the settings in the Custom Function 2 menu to the defaults. The default is [Cancel]. Reset The settings will reset. Cancel The settings will not reset. CUSTOM2 MENU CUSTOM2 MENU Light of Top LCD Reset Custom2 Reset Reset Custom2 Cancel : Move : Exit : Set : Back Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 150: [setup Menu] Menu Setting Items

    Remove the dust of the CCD sensor. p.163 Resets all settings other than Date Adjust, Language, Video Reset p.164 Out and World Time. * Refer to the software instructions for details on connecting the camera to a PC. (p.218) Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 151: Formatting The Memory Card

    When formatting is completed, camera mode is changed to the Capture or Playing back mode. INFORMATION Do not open the card cover while formatting Memory Card. The card may be damaged beyond use. Formatting will delete protected data. Be aware. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 152: Turning The Beep On And Off

    Self-Timer LCD Brightness Remote Control Remote Control : Set : Back : Set : Back : Move : Exit [Beep On] SETUP MENU Beep Beep Beep is not activated : Set : Back [Beep Off] Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 153: Changing The Date And Time And The Display Style

    24h Type yy/mm/dd 24h Date 2006 10 Date 2006 10 Date 2006 10 Time 13 00 Time 13 00 Time 13 00 : Set : Back : Set : Cancel : Set : Cancel Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 154: Setting The World Time

    5. Press the four-way controller ( ). The screen for magnifying the Destination region appears. Use the four-way controller ( ) to magnify the region. 6. Press the four-way controller ( ). The frame moves to city. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 155

    See List of World Time Cities” (p.155) for cities that can be specified as a destination. Select in Step 4 to set the city and DST setting. appears on the guide display screen if World Time is On ( ). (p.23, 24) Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 156: List Of World Time Cities

    Beijing London Shanghai Paris Manila Amsterdam Taipei Copenhagen Seoul Rome Tokyo Berlin Guam Stockholm Oceania Perth Athens Adelaide Helsinki Sydney Moscow Africa/ Dakar Noumea West Asia Algiers Wellington Johannesburg Auckland Istanbul Pago Pago Cairo Jerusalem Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 157: Setting The Display Language / Guide Display Time

    SETUP MENU Format Format Beep Beep Date/Time Date/Time World Time World Time Language/ Language/ English 3sec Guide Display Guide Display 3sec 10sec LCD Brightness LCD Brightness 30sec : Move : Exit : Set : Cancel Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 158: Adjusting The Brightness Of The Lcd Monitor

    World Time World Time Language/ English Language/ Guide Display 3sec Guide Display LCD Brightness LCD Brightness : Move : Exit : Set : Cancel You can select -7 ~ 0 ~ +7 steps of LCD brightness. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 159: Selecting The Video Output Format

    If the image is not in the centre of the screen, use the TV controls to centre it. When the camera is connected to an external monitor, the menu will be visible on the external monitor and the menu functions are the same as those indicated on the LCD monitor. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 160: Usb (selecting An External Device) / Setting Auto Power Off

    Dust Removal Reset Reset : Move : Exit : Set : Cancel INFORMATION Auto Power Off will not work during slideshow playback, a USB connection, Remote control shooting or while displaying menu or Fn menu. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 161: Selecting The Folder Name

    Video Out Computer Auto Power Off 1min Auto Power Off Folder Name Standard Folder Name Standard Sensor Cleaning Sensor Cleaning Date Dust Removal Dust Removal Reset Reset : Move : Exit : Set : Cancel Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 162: Cleaning The Ccd

    Shadows may appear in the image for white backgrounds and other shooting conditions if the CCD becomes dirty or dusty. This indicates that the CCD must be cleaned. Please contact Samsung Camera service center for professional cleaning because the CCD is a precision part.

  • Page 163

    CCD. Using a blower with a brush may scratch the CCD. Do not wipe the CCD with a cloth. 8. Turn the camera off. 9. Attach the lens after the mirror returns to its original position. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 164: Removing The Dust

    Press the OK button to remove the dust. Removing the dust when turning on the camera : select by using the four-way controller ( SETUP MENU Dust Removal Dust Removal Start-up Action : Set : Back Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 165: Reset

    Does not reset camera settings. SETUP MENU SETUP MENU Video Out NTSC Reset Reset Computer Auto Power Off 1min Cancel Folder Name Standard Sensor Cleaning Dust Removal Reset : Move : Exit : Set : Back Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 166: [playback Menu] Menu Setting Items / Exposure Warning

    Over exposed area during Instant Review or Playback blinks. PLAYBACK MENU PLAYBACK MENU Exposure Warning Exposure Warning Quick View 1sec Quick View Digital Preview Digital Preview Digital Filter Digital Filter Slide Show 3sec Slide Show : Move : Exit : Set : Cancel Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 167: Instant View

    : Set : Back : Set : Cancel PLAYBACK MENU Quick View Display Time 1sec Histogram Exposure Warning : Back : Set PLAYBACK MENU Quick View Display Time 1sec Histogram Exposure Warning : Back : Set Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 168: Digital Preview / Digital Filter

    You can edit shot images using digital filters. PLAYBACK MENU Refer to page 93 for more information about the menus. Exposure Warning Quick View 1sec Digital Preview Digital Filter Slide Show 3sec : Move : Exit Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 169: Slide Show

    Digital Preview Repeat Repeat 5sec Digital Filter 10sec Slide Show 30sec 3sec : Move : Exit : Set : Back : Set : Cancel PLAYBACK MENU Slide Show Interval 3sec Repeat : Set : Back Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 170: Using The Fn Menu

    Flash Mode Adjusts the method of flash discharge. p.70 ~ 75 Adjusts the colour for the colour of the light source White Balance p.76 ~ 81 illuminating the subject. Sensitivity Sets the sensitivity. p.82 ~ 83 Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 171: Playback Mode

    Converts the RAW file to the JPEG file. p.96 ~ 97 When a JPEG file is played back, [Converting RAW file] menu can not be set. When a RAW file is played back, [DPOF] and [Digital Filter] menu can not be selected. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 172: Using The Mode Dial

    Take pictures of fast moving subjects that look still or (Shutter Priority) subjects that give a sense of movement. Lets you set the desired aperture for controlling the depth of p.179 (Aperture Priority) field. Use it to obtain a blurred or sharp background. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 173

    Locks shutter speed at 1/180 second. Use this when using an External flash that does not automatically change the shutter p.187 (Flash X-sync speed) speed. Lets you capture images with settings that you set. p.187 (USER) Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 174: Using The (auto) Mode

    Shutter speed, Aperture value, AE Lock, Exposure value, Auto bracket, Multi-exposure and Flash compensation are not set in the (Auto) mode. Set the aperture to the A position while holding down the auto- lock button when using a lens with an aperture ring. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 175: Using The P (program) Mode

    You can automatically correct the sensitivity if appropriate exposure cannot be set with the set criteria. Set [ISO Sensitivity] to [Auto] in the Fn menu. (p.82) Set the aperture to the A position while holding down the auto- lock button when using a lens with an aperture ring. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 176: Using The Hyper-program Mode ( )

    - If the brightness changes and the shutter speed is outside the relative range, the shutter speed will blink in the viewfinder and on the LCD panel. - Press the Green button to return to Hyper-program automatic exposure. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 177: Using The Sv (sensitivity Priority) Mode

    (p.139) You cannot set the sensitivity in [ISO Sensitivity] in the Fn menu. Set the aperture to the A position while holding down the auto- lock button when using a lens with an aperture ring. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 178: Using The Tv (shutter Priority) Mode

    Effect of Aperture and Shutter Speed (p.199) 1. Set the mode dial to Tv. 2. Turn the front e-dial and adjust the shutter speed. - The shutter speed and aperture value are displayed in the viewfinder and on the LCD panel. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 179

    When the aperture value indication stops blinking, you can take the picture with proper exposure. Use an ND (Neutral Density) filter if the subject is too bright. Use a flash if it is too dark. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 180: Using The Av (aperture Priority) Mode

    Effect of Aperture and Shutter Speed (p.199) 1. Set the mode dial to Av. 2. Turn the rear e-dial and adjust the aperture value. - The shutter speed and aperture value are displayed in the viewfinder and on the LCD panel. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 181

    (smaller number). Once blinking stops, you can take the picture. Use an ND (Neutral Density) filter if the subject is too bright. Use a flash if it is too dark. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 182: Using The Tav (shutter & Aperture Priority) Mode

    2. Turn the front e-dial and adjust the shutter speed. 3. Turn the rear e-dial and adjust the aperture value. - The shutter speed, aperture value and sensitivity are displayed in the viewfinder and on the LCD panel. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 183: Using M (hyper-manual) Mode

    This mode is convenient for taking pictures using the same shutter speed and aperture setting combination or taking intentionally underexposed (darker) or over-exposed (brighter) photographs. Effect of Aperture and Shutter Speed (p.199) 1. Set the mode dial to M. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 184

    Set the shutter speed and aperture values in increments of 1/2 EV or 1/3 EV. Set in [EV Steps] in the [CUSTOM1 MENU] menu. (p.133) Set the aperture to the A position while holding down the auto- lock button when using a lens with an aperture ring. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 185: Ev Bar

    Example) If the shutter speed is 1/125 sec and aperture is F5.6 and is recorded with the AE-L button, and the shutter speed is changed to 1/30 sec with the front e-dial, the aperture automatically changes to F11. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 186

    Program Line The aperture and shutter speed are adjusted automatically. Tv Shift The aperture is locked and the shutter speed is adjusted automatically. Av Shift The shutter speed is locked and the aperture is adjusted automatically. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 187: Using The B (bulb) Mode

    When the sensitivity is set to [Auto] and exposure mode is set to B (Bulb) mode, the sensitivity is set to the minimum value set on the "Setting the Range of Automatic Correction in AUTO (p.83)". Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 188: Using The X (flash X-sync Speed) Mode

    "Setting the Range of Automatic Correction in AUTO (p.83)". Using the USER Mode You can store the current camera settings and easily retrieve them simply by setting the mode dial to USER. 1. Set the mode dial to USER. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 189

    MEMO Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 190: Basic Function

    Basic Function Introduces functions to further enhance your GX-10 experience. Checking the Composition, Exposure and Focus Before Shooting Focusing Setting the Exposure Using the Built-in Flash Using an External Flash (Optional) Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 191: Checking The Composition, Exposure And Focus Before Shooting

    No shooting information is displayed in the viewfinder, and the shutter cannot be released while the main switch is in the preview position ( You can check the depth of field in all exposure modes. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 192

    You can check the composition, exposure and focus with the four-way button ( ) on the LCD monitor. INFORMATION You can display the Bright/Dark area warning or histogram in Digital Preview. Set in [Digital Preview] (p.167) in the [PLAYBACK MENU] menu. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 193: Focusing

    When the shutter release button is pressed halfway to focus on the subject, (Single mode) the focus is locked at that position. The subject is kept in focus by continuous adjustment while the shutter (Continuous mode) release button is pressed halfway. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 194

    In SAF (Single mode), press the shutter release button halfway. The built-in flash will discharge automatically several times, enabling the autofocus to focus on the subject easier if the subject is in a dark area and the built-in flash is available. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 195

    Sets the focusing area to the center of the viewfinder. Set with the AF point switching dial. INFORMATION AF point is not displayed in the viewfinder when [Off] is selected for [Superimpose AF Area] in the [CUSTOM1 MENU] menu. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 196

    3. Use the four-way controller ( ) to select the desired AF point. - The AF point lights red in the viewfinder (Superimpose AF Area) and you can check where you set the AF point. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 197

    Turning the zooming ring in focus lock mode may cause the subject to be out of focus. The beep can be turned off. (p.151) When the focus is fixed, you can fix the exposure. (p.205) Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 198

    2. Look through the viewfinder, press the shutter release button halfway and turn the focusing ring. - The focus indicator ( ) appears and you will hear a beep when the subject comes into focus. Focus indicator Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 199

    You can manually adjust the focus using the viewfinder matte field. 1. Set the focus mode lever to MF. 2. Look through the viewfinder and turn the focusing ring until the subject looks sharp on the screen. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 200: Setting The Exposure

    Using faster shutter speed Choosing a faster shutter speed will allow freezing the action of a moving subject. A faster shutter speed also helps preventing camera shake. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 201

    (some zoom lenses do not have a scale for depth of field because of their structure). Depth of field Shallow Deep Area of focus Narrow Wide Open Close Aperture (Smaller value) (Larger value) Longer Shorter Lens focal length (Telephoto) (Wider) Distance to the subject Near Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 202

    No shooting information is displayed in the viewfinder, and the shutter cannot be released while the main switch is in the preview position ( You can check the depth of field in all exposure modes. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 203

    D-XENON, D-XENOGON lens (can only be used if permission is set in [Use Aperture Ring] in the [CUSTOM2 MENU] menu). (p.142) You can link the exposure and AF point in the focusing area during multi segment metering. (p.131) Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 204

    You can use this in combination with the AE lock (p.205) when the subject is extremely small and proper exposure is difficult to obtain. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 205

    M (Manual), B (Bulb) and X (Flash synchro) mode. The exposure compensation cannot be cancelled by turning the camera off or by setting any other exposure mode. is set to 0 when EV button and Green button are pressed at the same time. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 206

    If the exposure mode is M (Manual), the aperture and/or shutter speed are automatically adjusted to set the appropriate exposure when the Green button is pressed. Exposure can be fixed when focus is locked. Set in [AEL with AF Locked] in the [CUSTOM1 MENU] menu. (p.134) Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 207

    Select OFF (no frames), 3 or 5. 2. Set the step interval. Turn the rear e-dial while pressing the Exposure Bracket button. The available bracketing amounts in [EV Steps] in the [CUSTOM1 MENU] menu. (p.133) Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 208

    You can use Auto Bracket mode for only underexposure or overexposure shots by combining the operation with EV compensation (p.204). Auto Bracket is performed in both cases on the basis of the specified EV compensation value. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 209: Using The Built-in Flash

    - The shutter speed automatically changes with the ambient brightness. - The shutter speed shifts automatically anywhere from 1/180 sec. to a slow shutter speed that reduces camera shake. The slowest shutter speed depends on the focal length of the lens in use. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 210

    2. Set the shutter speed (under 1/180 sec.) and aperture value to obtain correct exposure. 3. Press the button. The flash pops up. In M (Manual) mode, pop up the flash at any time. 4. Take the picture. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 211

    The flash cannot be used when the distance is less than 0.7 m. When the flash is used at closer than 0.7 m, it causes vignetting in the picture corners, light is distributed unevenly and the picture may be over-exposed. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 212

    F = 15.6 ÷ 5.2 = 3 If the resulting number (3, in the above example) is not available as a lens aperture, the smaller number that is closest (2.8, in the above example) is generally used. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 213: Using An External Flash (optional)

    *3 : When combined with the SEF-36PZF, 1/3 of the flash discharge can be output by the built-in flash and 2/3 can be output by the external flash. *4 : Two or more SEF-54PZF, SEF-36PZF units are required. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 214

    Therefore, it may not suitable for daylight-sync shooting. Never press the flash pop up button when any external flash unit is attached to the camera. The built-in flash will hit the external flash. See the SEF-36PZF / SEF-54PZF operating manual for details. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 215

    SEF-54PZF units. The High-speed sync mode is also available in wireless mode. INFORMATION Be sure to set the two SEF-36PZF / SEF-54PZF units to the same channel. See the SEF-36PZF / SEF-54PZF operating manual for details. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 216

    The camera s flash will discharge another pre-flash to transmit the flash duration in HS (High-speed sync). 4. The external flash discharges the main flash. Set the SEF-36PZF / SEF-54PZF wireless slave mode to SLAVE1. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 217

    If red-eye reduction is used when the SEF-36PZF / SEF-54PZF is set as the slave unit or with the wireless function, the preflash for red-eye reduction will trigger the external flash. Do not use red- eye reduction when using a slave unit. See the SEF-36PZF / SEF-54PZF operating manual for details. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 218: Software Information

    Software information Explains software installation and how to use the program. Software Notes About the software Setting up the application software Removable Disk Removing the removable disk Digimax Master Digimax RAW Converter Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 219: Software Notes

    We cannot, however, be held responsible in any way for damage caused by inappropriate use. Using a Hand-made PC or a PC and OS that has not been guaranteed by the manufacturer is not covered by the Samsung warranty. Before reading this manual, you should have a basic knowledge of computers and O/S (Operating Systems).

  • Page 220: About The Software

    Search the PDF files with Window s explorer. Before opening the PDF files, you must install the Adobe Reader included in the Software CD-ROM. To install the Adobe Reader 6.0.1, the Internet Explorer 5.01 must be installed. To upgrade the Insternet Explorer, visit www.microsoft.com. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 221: Setting Up The Application Software

    After this has been done, the stored images in the camera can be moved to the PC and can be edited by an image editing program. You can visit the Samsung web-site through the internet. http://www.samsungcamera.com : English http://www.samsungcamera.co.kr : Korean 1.

  • Page 222

    If your OS is Windows XP, an image viewer program will open. If the download window of Digmax Master opens after starting Digimax Master, the camera driver was setup successfully. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 223

    2. Set [USB] on camera to [Computer]. Video Out 3. Connect the PC to the camera with the USB cable. Computer Printer Auto Power Off Folder Name Sensor Cleaning Dust Removal Reset : Set : Cancel Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 224: Removable Disk

    4. A pop-up menu will open. Click the [Cut] or [Copy] menu. - [Cut] : cuts a selected file. - [Copy] : copies files. 5. Click a folder where you want to paste the file. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 225

    When you upload a file that is not taken by this camera to the Removable Disk, the [Camera cannot display this image] message will be displayed on the LCD monitor in the PLAY mode, and [?] message is displayed in THUMBNAIL mode. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 226: Removing The Removable Disk

    4. The [Stop a Hardware device] window will open. Select the [USB Mass Storage Device] and click the [OK] button. [Click!] 5. A [Safe to Remove Hardware] window will open. Click the [OK] button. [Click!] Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 227

    2. Select an image file and copy or move it to MAC. INFORMATION For Mac OS 10.0 or later : First complete uploading from computer to camera and then remove the removable disk with the Extract command. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 228: Digimax Master

    - Select desired folder in the window and click the [Select All] button. You can save captured images and selected folder. - If you click the [Cancel] button, downloading will be cancelled. [Click!] 3. Click [Next >] button. [Click!] Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 229

    6. A window will open as shown alongside. The destination of the selected folder will be displayed on the upper side of the window. Click the [Start] button to download the images. [Click!] 7. Downloaded images will be displayed. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 230

    Folder display window : You can see the folder location of the selected image. Image display window : Images of the selected folder are displayed. Refer to the [Help] menu in Digimax Master for further information. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 231

    Image display window : a selected image displays in this window. Preview window : You can preview the changed image. A still image edited with Digimax Master can’t be played back on the camera. Refer to the [Help] menu in Digimax Master for further information. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 232

    Some movie clips that were compressed with a codec that is not compatible with the Digimax Master can’t play back in the Digimax Master. Refer to the [Help] menu in Digimax Master for further information. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 233: Digimax Raw Converter

    Image tray : the selected image is diplayed. You can edit several images at a time. Refer to the [Help] menu in Digimax RAW Converter for further information. You can convert a RAW (*.pef, *.dng) file into a JPEG or TIFF file format with the Digimax Master. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 234: Appendix

    Appendix Explains troubleshooting, introduces optional accessories and provides various resources. Default Settings Optional Accessories Error Messages Troubleshooting Main Specifications Glossary Index Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 235: Default Settings

    *1 : When a lens that does not display the focal length automatically is attached, this icon will display. *2 : When the Mode dial is set to USER, * menu will be displayed. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 236

    Fine tune when AWB p.136 WB when using flash p.136 Color temp. steps Kelvin p.137 Noise Reduction p.137 ISO Warning p.138 Sensitivity Steps 1 EV p.139 Reset Custom Function1* p.139 * Reset settings in [CUSTOM1 MENU] menu. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 237

    Release when Chrging p.145 Preview Method Optical Preview p.145 Initial zoom display 1.2X p.146 Auto Image Rotation p.146 Saving rotation info p.147 Illuminate LCD panel p.147 Reset Custom Function2* p.148 * Reset settings in [CUSTOM2 MENU] menu. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 238

    Brightness Level p.157 Video Out NTSC p.158 p.159 Auto Power Off 1min p.159 Folder Name Std. p.160 Sensor Cleaning p.161 Dust Removal p.163 Dust Removal Cleaning when (Off) p.163 turning on Reset Custom Function2 p.164 Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 239

    *1 : Automatically discharged in Green Mode ( *2 : The slimness setting for the slim filter, the softness setting for the soft filter, the brightness setting for the brightness filter, and the color setting for the color filter are saved/reset. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 240: Optional Accessories

    Optional Accessories Dedicated accessories are available for this camera. Please contact a service center for details regarding accessories. Accessories for PENTAX DSLR can be used with SAMSUNG DSLR. Flash Accessories Auto Flash SEF-36PZF / SEF-54PZF This is an auto flash unit with a maximum guide number of 54 (ISO 100/m) / 36 (ISO 100/m).

  • Page 241

    Optional Accessories Camera Case Camera Case SCP-D2 Others The accessories below are the same as the accessories that are packaged with the camera. - Viewfinder cap - Eyecup - Strap Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 242: Error Messages

    Battery depleted camera. (p.36) Appears during CCD cleaning if battery set level is insufficient. Not enough battery remaining Replace the battery set with a new one or use an AC adaptor. to clean sensor (p.37) Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 243

    Printer has run out of ink. Replace ink and print. No ink in a printer Paper stuck in a printer Paper is jammed in printer. Remove paper and print. Data error A data error has occurred during printing. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 244: Troubleshooting

    Move away from the subject and take a picture. The focus mode is Set the focus mode lever to AF. (p.192) set to MF The focus mode is set to CAF Set the focus mode to SAF (Single mode). (p.192) (Continuous mode) Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 245

    Shake Reduction Shutter speed is too does not work low for Shake Reduction function to be effective Turn off the Shake Reduction function and use a tripod. when panning or shooting night scenes, etc. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 246

    Then, turn the power on. The mirror will retract. After the procedure is done, if the camera operates correctly, it does not require any repairs. * Refer to the software instructions for details on connecting the camera to a PC. (p.218) Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 247

    Right-click on the entry with the question (?) or exclamation (!) mark and select "Remove". Restart the PC and connect the camera the again. For Windows 98 PC, remove the camera driver also, restart the PC, and then reinstall the camera driver. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 248

    When the camera is connected to the USB port located on the front of the computer, the computer may not recognise the camera. Connect the camera to the USB port located on the back of the computer. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 249: Main Specifications

    Auto, Daylight, Shade, Cloudy, Tungsten, Fluorescent (W, D, White Balance N), Flash, Manual, Colour Temperature 1, 2, 3 Auto, Program, Sensitivity Priority, Shutter Priority, Aperture Modes Shooting Priority, Shutter&Aperture Priority, Manual, Bulb, Flash X-sync, User mode Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 250

    Digimax Master, Digimax RAW Converter, Adobe Reader * Specifications are subject to change without prior notice. * All trademarks are the property of their respective owners. * Accessories for PENTAX DSLR can be used with SAMSUNG DSLR. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 251: Glossary

    A defined range of colours from the spectrum which are used. In digital cameras, [sRGB] is defined as the standard Colour Space by Exif. In this camera, [AdobeRGB] is also used because of its richer colour expression over sRGB. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 252

    Process of adjusting the image brightness by changing the shutter speed and aperture value. Exif (Exchangeable image file format for digital still camera) A standard digital camera file format established by the Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association (JEITA). Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 253

    In addition, RAW data is 12-bit data that contains 16 times the information of 8-bit JPEG and TIFF data. Rich gradations are possible. Transfer RAW data to your computer and use the provided software to create image data with different settings, such as JPEG or TIFF. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 254

    Vignetting occurs when corners of pictures are darkened because the subject was blocked by the hood or filter or the flash was blocked. White Balance While shooting, colour temperature is adjusted to match the light source so that the subject appears to have correct colour. Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 255: Index

    Default Setting AF (Autofocus) Delete Autofocus AF Delete All Images Automatic Sensitivity Correction Depth of Field Av (Aperture Priority) mode 172, 179 Digital Filter Diopter Adjus Direct Printing Display Language B&W (Digital Filter) 93, 95 Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 256

    Focus mode lever Noise Reduction Format NTSC Four-way controller OK button 15, 19, 22 Guide display 23, 156 Optional Accessories High-Speed Flash Sync Mode P (Program) Mode 171, 174 Histogram PictBridge Playback Image Tone Power Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 257

    Select&Delete Selecting the Focusing Area Self-Timer Sensitivity Sepia (Digital Filter) Shade (White Balance) Sharpness Shutter Priority Mode Tv 171, 177 Shutter release button Shutter speed Single mode (SAF) Slideshow Slim (Digital Filter) Spot Metering sRGB Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

  • Page 258: Correct Disposal Of This Product

    This product should not be mixed with other commercial wastes for disposal. Samsung Techwin cares for the environment at all product manufacturing stages to preserve the environment, and is taking a number of steps to provide customers with more environment-friendly products.

  • Page 259: Fcc Notice

    Declaration of Conformity Trade Name : SAMSUNG TECHWIN Model No. : Samsung GX-10 Responsible Party : Samsung Opto-Electronics America, INC. Address : 40 Seaview Dr. Secaucus,NJ 07094 Telephone No. : 201-902-0347 This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

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    MEMO Downloaded From camera-usermanual.com Samsung Manuals...

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