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Users manual for samsung P1000
You can download the user manual from this linkhttp://www.samsung.com/uk/consumer/detail/support.do?group=cameracamcorder&type=digitalcameras&subtype=lseries&model_cd=EC-P1000BBA/GB&mode=C
If you haven?t messed with or tried to save new pictures on the camera since you deleted the Xmas ones then there may be hope. If you take the card to a camera shop that deals with digital cameras they can probably help you. There is a good case for doing the job yourself (and saving money); however, if the pictures are worth a lot to you it may be better to pay an expert to deal with it assuming you can find someone who knows what they are doing.
If you?re feeling adventuresome here is one software program that allows you to do a test before buying.
It will show you what it can recover but if you want to get the images you have to pay $40 to activate the software. I?ve used this before and it worked for me but be aware there are lots of other programs, some free.
Here are a couple of free ones that I have never personally used but are rated fairly well:
Let us know how it goes and don?t forget to rate the posting.
Sammi James can't help get pictures on my computer lost in 2009.
Don't despair Rachel,
that is an easy fix; although I do not quite understand your question.
Your photos are safe as long as they are in your camera's memory.
If your PC hard drive in your pc is still ok, that data can be easily recovered as well.
But if your computer does not work, then you cannot download or upload anything until you get it going again.
So, what disk are you talking about you have not got ?
I'm going to assume you have accidentally deleted the pictures.
There are several applications that can recover deleted images from memory cards.
The best free one I've found so far is: Pandora Recovery.
Download here: http://www.pandorarecovery.com/download/
Once you have it installed what you want do do is:
1) Insert your memory card in your computer / memory card reader
2) Start "Pandora Recovery"
3) Click "Surface Scan"
4) Where it says "Scan this disc drive" you select your memory card.
5) Click "Start Disk Surface Scan"
6) Let the scan finnish. (This can take some time depending on the size of your memory card.)
7) In the right pane you are now going to see everything "Pandora Recovery" could find on your memory card.
8) Select all or the images you want to restore.
9) Right click the selected files and click "Recover to"
10) Specify where you want to put the files.
11) Click "Recover now".
Don't hesitate to contact me if you have any questions along the road.
Camera turns off when shutter button is pressed.
[source]Question about Samsung Digimax S500 Digital Camera[/source]
Try replacing batteries (high Ah photographic type).
The lens motor & electronics may be draining power if Ah capacity has dropped too low. At night, it could be that your flash is trying to fire (another drain), or shutter timer / mirror staying open longer.
Too much light
Turn down light exposure. Try checking your manual if available. If not available, you should be able to find one online to read.
Why do i look fat on photos
It might just be a matter of perception or because of a pre-conceived idea that someone instilled in you.... But if it's not only you that you think looks fat, then it might have to do with your lens being damaged. Or if the photo's are being viewed on a computer it might be because of a incompatibility. The computer might be trying to "stretch" out the photos to make it fit.
Overexposed pictures outside
Look in the manual for how to change your iSO. For outside 200 is about average. Inside photos usually come out better at a higher ISO. If it is not that, look for your white balance.
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