I have not had this camera for a year yet and i don't unerstand why it's acting up. I take good care of it and keep it in my case when im not using it...I don't understand. anywho... when i turn my cam on the lens go out and then right back in and the camera makes a beeping sound (beep beep beep). However I can view the pics I took from the previous day and also upload them to my computer, but I my cam is not charging up and I;m very concerned. please if anybody can suggest a solution I would be forever grateful to you, especially if it works.
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Hello! Welcome to FixYa! You can change the date of your Samsung Digimax A503 Digital Camera. first of all turn your camera on. Now go to the menu by pressing "MENU" button. Now using right arrow key, Go to "Setup Menu". Now using down arrow key, select "Date". Here you can change the date that will be displayed on the captured images and set up the date type. Here "Right arrow button" select the Year/Month/Day date type and "Left arrow button" is to move cursor to the Date Menu if the cursor is at the first item of the date and time setup.In all other cases cursor will be shifted to left of its current position and "Up and Down button" is to change the settings values. So you can change the date the according to desired format. For clear picture the image of the menu where date menu is visible on the camera is given below
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I am having the same problem. Just called Samsung tech support and they say it requires service, so you'll have to send your camera to them to get fixed.
This camera is less than a year old. Not a good sign. I took a chance buying a Samsung camera. Well, I don't think I'll be buying another one.
This can be caused by several problems including the transmission gear in the tape mechanism not engaging properly or a defective clutch in the take-up spool andcan usually be repaired fairly inexpensively. However, it's not a user serviceable problem and will need to be repairedby a qualified service technician.
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I have had a good look at the manual and cannot see that you could have done anything to the settings to cause this problem. It may be that the CCD ( detector ) is faulty, in which case the camera should be repaired under warrantly. Suggest you contact Samsung and complain.
Use these camera care tips:
• Store everything together in a case for easy transport. Use a good padded case and strap. Not only do cases protect the camera but, as with most of HP's digital camera cases, they often have built-in pockets for batteries and memory cards.
• Use lens caps to protect lenses when you're not using your camera. No exceptions.
• Clean your camera and lenses often with a soft cloth. The autofocus, exposure, and viewfinder windows need to be clean for correct operation.
Your camera likes weather that’s not too hot and not too cold. Weatherproof your camera with these ideas:
• Let your camera case kick back under a light-colored towel when you're under the hot sun.
• Keep your camera warm under your coat when it's chilly outside.
• Bad weather and stormy seas can make for inspiring photographs. But if you don't take precautions, you'll have a wet digital camera with sand in every crevice. To protect your camera from water, cover it with a plastic bag. Just make a hole for the lens to poke through and secure it with a rubber band. Voil?: a little rain jacket!