Question about Samsung Digimax S630 Digital Camera
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: S630 lens out and wont turn on
Cameras belonging to the S Series really do have a battery type option that needs to be set up first for proper power connection.
Recommended batteries are just:
- Alkaline (Non-rechargeable)
- Nickel-metal Hydride (Rechargeable)
Just the proper battery type by:
- Pressing MENU/OK button
- Scroll to the right until you are in SETUP 2
- Keep on scrolling down and look for battery type
- Press the right button to pick up on 2 options
like Alkaline and Ni-MH
- Press MENU/OK for changes to be saved
- Keep pressing MENU/OK to get out of the MENU
Once, it's done, camera needs to be turned off for a few seconds
so that settings made will be refreshed with the camera.
As you turn camera on, you're now ready to take many pictures.
ALKALINE (Non-rechargeable) batteries when set to the correct battery type will really take a maximum of 100 pictures.
For the Rechargeable batteries (Ni-MH), when those are fully charged, and the battery type is set to Ni-MH, it will be taking more than a hundred of course.
I hope this help you a lot.
Posted on Jan 11, 2008
I had this problem with my daughter's D860, so the fix may help for this also.
As you know, externally the lens has two parts; the long barrel with glass lens at the front and the bottom part that rotates to move the long barrel in and out.
All I did was keep twisting the bottom part (that rotates) clockwise and anti-clockwise whilst turning the camera off and on. It may take quite a few attempts, but in my case it finally worked. So far anyway! who can say if it'll happen again.
Warning! Obviously take care how much pressure you put into twisting the rotating part of the lens. You wouldn't want to break it!!
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
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