Tutaur When it comes samsung tl manual getting your pictures onto your samsung tl manual, the microSD card does present a problem, as few computers have a reader. Rotating a photo In Playback mode, select a tll Select Hey, my gear is recording multiple files on the micro sd card in 1 minute increments. Flash exposure is a little uneven at wide-angle, according to our tests. Selecting a resolution S samsung tl manual p s d v As you increase the resolution, your photo or video will include more pixels, so it can be printed on larger paper or displayed on a larger screen. Overall the Samsung TL measures 3.
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Still Life Examples Below are samples of our still life taken at all of the ISO levels that this camera and our comparative ones support. Click on any image to see the full unedited original, but remember that these images are several megabytes in size. NOTE: The images above are not used in our testing or scoring, but are included here to show real-world examples of the differences between cameras at the various ISO settings. There are three viewing modes on offer shown below , plus an extensive number of slideshow features with built-in music and transitions.
The music and transitions are a little cliched with the music sounding like the stuff you get on 3am infomercials , but it certainly helps to pep up a slideshow. You can rotate, crop and resize photos, and also tweak brightness, contrast and color. Any of the photo styles can also be applied, and several special effects are also offered: you can add snow to a photo, add noise or highlight a face which blurs everything but the face itself.
It has an impressive 1,k pixels, which means that images are extremely sharp. It is also very bright, which is good as the touch screen is the main interface to control the features of the camera. The resistive touch screen is adequate, but it is not particularly precise; we often found ourselves missing buttons like the one at the bottom of the screen to access the additional features.
This is mainly designed for self portraits; you can turn this screen on from the menu on the back screen and see a preview of what will be captured. This works well; the screen is small and a little dim, but it is good enough to make sure that the subject is in the frame while shooting.
It can also be set to show shooting information or to show a smiley face when you half-press the shutter to remind the subjects to smile. The front screen does not work when shooting video, though: in the video mode the front screen is disabled. Samsung provides no figures for the range of this flash, but we found it worked only to about feet out; anything further out than that was lost in the darkness. The zoom of the TL is a 4.
This feels a little flimsy, but it should serve to protect the camera from dust and fingerprints. This is rather a small battery, especially for a camera with a big touch screen that is the only way to control it. Samsung makes no claims for battery life, but we found that it did last a couple of days of casual shooting, so it should be big enough for a weekend trip.
The battery is charged in the camera through the USB cable, so it can be charged either from a computer or with the included power supply. For those who want the camera to pick and choose everything, the Smart Auto mode puts every control to automatic, except the size of the photo. Everything else is handled by the camera. The Auto mode gives the user slightly more control, allowing them to set options such as the picture size, flash mode, photo style and image stabilization mode.
The Dual IS mode is broadly similar to the Auto mode, except that the camera controls the image stabilization and sets the shutter speed as fast as possible. The Program mode is a standard mode, where the camera sets the aperture and shutter speed, but the user can control everything else.
A couple of the modes are slightly unusual: Beauty Shot mode removes skin blemishes, and in the Frame Guide mode you frame your shot, take a photo, then give the camera to someone and it shows them the edges of the frame you took so they can frame the same shot.
The idea is that you can give your camera to a stranger, but still get the photo you want. One set of modes that are missing are the manual ones; there is no way to manually set aperture, shutter speed in either a priority or full manual mode. Examples of all are below. But it usually snapped into focus in less than half a second, and had no problem focusing in low light with the built-in assist light.
There are four focus modes available: center, multi-point, one touch and smart touch. In the first mode, the camera focuses on a rectangle in the center of the frame. The second uses 9 areas around the center of the image and tries to get as many as possible into focus.
In the one touch mode, the user touches the screen and the camera tries to focus on that. The Smart Focus is similar, except that the camera tries to track the object as it moves around the frame.
No manual focus is available, but you do get two macro modes: a standard one that focuses down to 5cm from the lens front, and a super macro mode that goes down to 3cm. In addition, the TL can detect faces and meter for those anywhere in the frame.
That can be extended slightly in the Night scene mode to 8 seconds and the fireworks mode to 2 seconds. One has a second delay, then takes another photo 2 seconds later. The Motion Timer mode is unusual; it detects motion, then takes a photo when that stops. The idea is that you can press the shutter, runs in front of the camera to join a family group, and the camera takes the photo when everyone is standing still. In this mode, the resolution is restricted to by pixels.
Shot to Shot 0. Despite the lack of a front ridge for the fingertips, it is possible to use the camera in one hand, although the thumb tends to obscure part of the screen. Everything else is controlled through the touch screen. This works pretty well, but it does miss some touches and gets confused if you are touching it in more than one place. Although the touch screen does not detect multiple touches, you can use some gestures to control the camera in playback mode: if you touch the screen and draw a circle, it will rotate the photo.
The touch screen generally works well and is easy to use. The amount of this vibration is configurable, and stealthy shooters might want to turn it off, as it makes a slight buzzing noise that house cats and other wild life can hear and get spooked by. One other interesting feature is motion recognition: if you touch the motion recognition button on the screen and rotate the camera, you can change modes with a forward tilt switching to movie mode, and down switching to program mode.
Tilting it to the left puts the camera in smart auto mode. Unfortunately, this approach cannot be used to change the scene mode: to switch between scene modes, you have to go through the on-screen menu, which takes several touches. The on-screen buttons are for the mode, flash, focus, delay and display control, with some more in a pop-up menu that appears when you touch the bottom of the screen. One is that it is very awkward to change scene modes: to do so, you have to press the mode button, select scene mode and then select the mode you want.
There is no quicker way to change between modes, which is annoying. We also found that we hit the wrong button on the touch screen more often than we liked because of the relatively low resolution of the screen.
Functions is for options like exposure compensation, white balance, etc. Sound is where you control the volume and the haptic features, setting the type of sounds and how the camera vibrates when you touch the screen. The screen section contains options for setting the language and screen brightness, while the setup section contains pretty much everything else.
It is well written and illustrated, and has a good basic functions guide at the start of the manual for new users. Sony T Comp These two cameras are both small and sleek, with both being less than 0. The Sony also feels like the more robust camera, with a sliding panel that covers the lens completely. The Samsung feels fragile by comparison, with just a thin cover over the front lens element. The Samsung was the better performer in many of our still imaging tests, with much lower noise in images, especially in low light.
The Sony had some better scores in others, though; it had better color and more effective image stabilization. But neither camera was free of problems; both took slightly soft images at both ends of the zoom range.
For video, the Sony was the better performer, shooting video with better color and much more detail. In the final analysis, the right pick depends on the features you need. The second screen of the Samsung is very useful if you like to take self-portraits or shots of the kids with the screen to attract their attention while you shoot , while the Sony is the smaller, sexier camera.
Both cameras are about the same thickness when turned off about 0. Both cameras also use telescoping lenses that zip out of the camera body when in use. Both cameras were mostly evenly matched in our tests, with similar performance for color and image stabilization. We did find that the images that the Samsung took had lower noise, but the Canon had better performance in our resolution tests, capturing sharper images. The Canon is also slightly cheaper, so that might be a deciding factor in this economy.
But the Samsung does give you a much bigger screen and has the advantage of the second screen, which is useful for distracting small children and animals while you photograph them. They are quite different cameras in other ways, though, with the Samsung being significantly thinner, while still having a much larger screen.
The Fuji does have some advantages, though; we found that it captured sharper images with better color, and also shot slightly better video. The Samsung had lower noise in still images, though, and has the advantage of the bigger back screen and front-facing screen.
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