Samsung Digimax 240 Review
By Movable Type Admin
Record Screens & Menus
Typical record mode screen display. This is an automatic camera with a Program AE
exposure system. Onscreen icons for battery level, record mode, zoom position, # of
pictures remaining, image size, image quality, memory card, flash mode, time and
Record mode options:
Quality - SuperFine, Fine or Normal
Exposure - Override the metering +/-2.0EV
White Balance - Auto, Daylight, Cloudy, Sunset, Fluorescent or Tungsten
Quick View - Review after capture; On or Off
LCD Brightness - Adjust LCD backlight
Movie mode records 288 x 208 motion video at 15fps. Movie clips are saved
as Windows AVI format video files. The optical zoom cannot be used during movie recording.
The length of these movies can be three minutes or less.
Playback Modes & Screens
Turning the mode dial to Play brings up the last image captured in full
screen mode with the minimal data overlayed. Pressing the 4-way "Right" or "Left"
lets you move through the stored images.
Pressing the LCD button displays the extended exposure information.
Information includes image size, aperture, shutter speed, ISO
speed and date captured.
Pressing the Zoom-Wide button brings up the thumbnail index mode, here you can quickly
search through the stored images and select one for full screen playback.
While an image is displayed full screen you can magnify it 2X by pressing the Zoom
Telephoto button. Once magnified you can scroll around inside of it using the 4-way
Movie clips playback fullscreen, the 4-way selector acts as the start, stop and
Play mode menu, you can start a slideshow with a specified delay time, protect/unprotect
an image, delete All images or adjust the LCD brightness. Page Two lets you copy from
internal memory to memory card and set the DPOF printing options.
The Setup menu lets you enable or disable the camera beep sounds, format the memory card or internal memory, set the power off time delay, reset to default settings. Page two lets you enable or disable the Imprint option to print the date or date & time on the image. Set the time and date and select the format of the date display. Select the video out format (NTSC or PAL). Page three lets you select the menu language.
Return To Steve's
Visitors of Steves can visit the stores below for real-time pricing and availability. You can also find hot, soon to expire online offers on a variety of cameras and accessories at our very own Camera Deals page.