Question about Samsung TL100 Digital Camera
Anytime a digital camera is dropped, it can do any of many damages. Some connections may have come loose, parts may have broken, and other.
This is one reason I always recommend to have the padded case nearby or on your person and use a wrist strap at all times when using a digital camera.
If the files are correct when put on a computer and played, then the problem is in the camera. Use a card reader to copy all files from your card to the computer hard drive. Then test the files.
If the camera itself works right, then use it that way.
If the camera does not have sound, then make sure that all the menu settings are set to factory default or some such setting. Then set the menus the way you want, and test.
If the videos do not have sound when you play them back on the computer, then more than likely, the mike on the camera is either internally disconnected or damaged.
Posted on Nov 14, 2009
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