Question about Samsung Digimax 4010 Digital Camera
I have a new Samsung digimax 4010. After hours of sincere effort, with the instruction manual, I admit, I am no farther ahead then when I started....I guess it's old age !!! Can someone help me, or direct me in the right direction, so I can see and operate subject digital camera. I must admit this is the first time I have NOT been able to succeed in my attempts....Sure would like to see pix's of my grandson, stored in memory, on subject camera.....
Posted by Anonymous on
I just bought this camera used on ebay, I was actually sorry i bid on it after reviewing the camera when it was already won on ebay. Then it arrived, I dilly dallied with it took photos and I have to say I just absolutely fell in love with this camera. It's not small or thin like a deck of cards, it's a little bulky but it's very light, snaps right away with a flash and the pic is there. I think it's absolutely an excellent product by Samsung and whoever is behind this camera I would just love to shake your hand and bow my head! 5 Stars out of 5!!!
Posted on Sep 02, 2008
I have this camera, and hate it. The shutter speed is too slow, causes distortion and fuzzy pics. In the 3 years I've owned it, only a handful of pics have turned out nicely, the rest are ok. I just upgraded to a new Kodak digi and am loving it!
Posted on May 22, 2008
Comment by The Fixx, posted on Oct 31, 2007
And here is the solution... Eureka - we have found a cure. Internal memory of 16MB is shot. Buy a memory stick, insert and voila.... The camera is back too life. And apologies to Samsung....This is really an extrodinary little camera.
Posted on Oct 31, 2007
First, go out (if you have not already) and buy a set of AA-sized NiMH rechargable batteries and a charger. The Energizer models w/ charger are fine and can be found all over. Alkalines are not useful for this camera (or many others) for very long. Second, the camera should (I'm guessing) default to full auto mode. Turn the camera on, point it and your subject, and hold down the shutter button until it takes the picture. You might want to hold the shutter half-way to let it focus first, but it's not required. Samsung doesn't have a lot of info online about this camera, so it's pretty difficult to give any more tips. I've not used this camera before. Basic functionality should be available right out of the box though.
Posted on Sep 12, 2005
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