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CONTENTS. SPECIFICATION1. 2. 3. 4. 5. CAMERA SPECIFICATION SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS TFT LCD PANEL MARK CONNECTION DIAGRAM IDENTIFICATION OF FEATURES 4 5 6 8 9

. INSTALLATION & FAQ 12 . EXPLODED VIEW AND PARTS LIST1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. MAIN ASSEMBLY 20 BODY ASSEMBLY 22 BARREL ASSEMBLY 24 BARRIER ASSEMBLY26 FRONT COVER ASSEMBLY 28 BACK COVER ASSEMBLY 30 CRADLE ASSEMBLY 32 PACKING ITEM 34

. ADJUSTMENT1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Digital camera service38 Adjustment items by changed parts 44 Adjustment 45 How to check the FIRMWARE VERSION 56 How to update the FIRMWARE 57

. PATTERN DIAGRAM1. PARTS ARRANGEMENT FOR EACH PCB ASS Y 1) MAIN_TOP 58 2) MAIN_BOTTOM 59 3) TOP 60 4) STROBO60 5) CCD_TOP61 6) CCD_BOTTOM 61

. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM1. BLOCK DIAGRAM 62

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2. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 1) MAIN_BLOCK_S500 63 2) MAIN_DSP_S500 64 3) MAIN_DDR_S500 65 4) MAIN_FEB_S500 66 5) MAIN_MEMORY_S500 67 6) MAIN_MOTOR_S50068 7) POWER_S500 69 8) TOP_S500 70 9) STROBO_S500 71 10) STROBO_S500 72 11) CCD_S500 73 12) KEY_S500 74 13) AUDIO_S500 75 14) LCD_S500 76 15) CRADLE_S500 77 16) MAIN_BLOCK_S600 78 17) MAIN_COACH_S600 79 18) MAIN_DDR_S600 80 19) MAIN_FEP_S600 81 20) MAIN_MEMORY_S600 82 21) MAIN_MOTOR_S600 83 22) POWER_S600 84 23) TOP_S600 85 24) STROBO_S600 86 25) KEY_S600 87 26) AUDIO_S600 88 27) LCD_S600 89 28) CRADLE_S600 90

. TROUBLESHOOTING1. 2. 3. 4. Check List for repairing 91 Main troubleshooting 92 Pattern of Power PCB 96 How to check each parts 98

. SERVICE INFORMATION1. The order of disassembly and assembly 107

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. SPECIFICATION1. CAMERA SPECIFICATION Image Sensor - Type : 1/2.5" CCDEffective Pixel Total Pixel S500 Approx. 5.1 Mega-pixel Approx. 5.3 Mega-pixel S600 Approx. 6.0 Mega-pixel Approx. 6.1 Mega-pixel

Lens - Focal Length : SHD Lens f = 5.8 ~ 17.4mm (35mm film equivalent : 35 ~ 105mm) - F No. : F2.8 ~ F7.1 (Wide), F4.9 ~ F12.4 (Tele) - Digital Zoom :Still Image mode : 1.0X ~ 5.0X Play mode : S500 : 1.0X ~ 10.1X S600 : 1.0X ~ 11.0X (depends on image size) LCD Monitor : 2.4" color TFT LCD (112,000 dots) Focusing - Type : TTL auto focus - Range : Normal : 80cm ~ infinity Macro : 5cm ~ 80cm (Wide), 40cm ~ 80cm (Tele) Auto Macro : 5cm ~ Infinity (Wide), 40cm ~ Infinity (Tele) Shutter - Type : Mechanical and Electronic shutter - Speed : 1 ~ 1/1,500 sec. (Manual : 8 ~ 1/1,500 sec.) Exposure - Control : Program AE Metering : Multi, Spot - Compensation : 2EV (0.5EV steps) - ISO Equivalent : Auto, 50,100, 200, 400 Flash - Modes : Auto, Auto & Red-eye reduction, Fill-in flash, Slow sync, Flash off - Range : Wide : 0.2m ~ 3.0m, Tele : 0.4m ~ 2.5m (ISO AUTO) - Recharging Time : Approx. 6 sec. Sharpness : Soft, Normal, Vivid Effect : Normal, B&W, Sepia, Red, Blue, Green, Negative, RGB White Balance : Auto, Daylight, Cloudy, Fluorescent_H, Fluorescent_L, Tungsten, Custom Voice Recording : Voice Recording (max.1 hour), Voice Memo in Still Image (max. 10 sec.) Date Imprinting : Date, Date&Time, Off (user selectable) Shooting - Still Image : Modes : Auto, Program, Scene Scene : Night, Portrait, Children (in Mode Dial), Landscape, Close-up, Sunset, Dawn, Backlight, Fireworks, Beach & Snow Mode Dial : Auto, Program, Manual, Movie, Scene, Portrait, Night, Children Shooting : Single, Continuous, AEB Self-timer : 10 sec., 2 sec., Double (10 sec., 2 sec.) - Movie Clip : With Audio or without Audio (user selectable, recording time : memory capacity dependent) Size : 640x480, 320x240, 160x120 (3X Optical Zoom, Mute during Zoom Operation) Frame rate : 30 fps, 15 fps Movie Editing (Embedded): Pause during recording, Still Image Capture Storage - Media :Internal memory : Approx.20MB flash memory External memory : MMC / SD card (Up to 1GB Guaranteed)

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- File Format : Still Image : JPEG (DCF), EXIF 2.2, DPOF 1.1, PictBridge 1.0 Movie Clip : AVI (MJPEG) Audio : WAV - Image Size*6M 5M 4M 3M 2M 1M 2816X2112 2592x1944 2272x1704 2048x1536 1600x1200 1024x768 VGA 640x480 VGA 96 114 125

- Capacity (20 MB)Super Fine Fine Normal *6M 6 12 17 5M 7 14 21 4M 10 18 24 3M 12 22 32 2M 19 34 43 1M 44 69 83

These figures are measured under Samsung standard conditions and may vary depending on shooting s conditions and camera settings Image Play - Type : Single image, Thumbnails, Slide show, Movie Clip - Editing : Trimming, Resizing, Rotate, Effect Interface - Digital output connector : USB 2.0 - Audio : Mono - Video output : NTSC, PAL (user selectable) - Cradle Interface (Optional) Power Source - Primary Battery : 2 x AA Alkaline (High Capacity) - Rechargeable battery (Optional) : SNB-2512 (Ni-MH) SBP-2524 (Ni-MH) Included battery may vary depending on sales region. Dimensions (WxHxD) : 96.8 X 61.8 X 26.4mm (excluding the projecting parts of the camera) Weight : Approx. 136g (without batteries and card) Operating Temperature : 0 ~ 40 C Operating Humidity : 5 ~ 85% Software - Camera Driver : Storage Driver (Windows98/98SE/2000/ME/XP, Mac OS 9.2 ~ 10.3) - Application : Digimax Master Special Features : User-friendly Effect button, Easy Grip, 2.4 Large LCD, Convenient Mode Dial .S600 only.

2. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTSFor Windows PC with processor better than Pentium II 450MHz (Pentium 700MHz recommended) Windows 98/98SE/2000/ME/XP Minimum 64MB RAM 200MB of available hard disk space USB port CD-ROM drive 1024x768 pixels, 16bit color display compatible monitor (24bit color display recommended) For Macintosh Power Mac G3 or later Mac OS 9.2 ~ 10.3 Minimum 64MB RAM 110MB of available hard-disk space USB port CD-ROM drive

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3. TFT LCD PANEL MARK Recording mode

No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

Descripition Recording mode Battery Aperture Value / Shutter Speed Continuous shot Flash Self-timer Macro Metering Card inserted indicator Auto focus frame Camera shake warning Date / Time Exposure compensation White Balance ISO RGB Sharpness Image quality / Frame rate 6

Icons

F2.8, 1/30

2006/01/01 01:00 PM

RGB

. SPECIFICATION

19 20 21 22

Image size Number of available shots remaining Remaining time (Movie clip/ Voice recording) Voice memo Optical/ Digital Zoom bar/ Digital Zoom rate 12 00:01:30/ 01:00:00

LCD monitor indicator

ISO : 50 Av : F 2.8 Tv : 1/30 Flash : On 2816X2112 2006/01/01

No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

Descripition Play mode icon Battery Voice Memo Protect DPOF Recording date Image size Flash Shutter speed Aperture Value ISO Folder name & File name

Icons

2006/01/01 2816X2112 ~ 256X192 On / Off 8~1/1,500 F2.8 ~ F12.4 50 ~ 400 100-0007

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. SPECIFICATION

Card Reader

SD Card

4. CONNECTION DIAGRAM

Lap top

USB Cable

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AV Cable

IBM / MAC

TV Monitor AC Adaptor

. SPECIFICATION

5. IDENTIFICATION OF FEATURESMode dial Shutter button Strap eyelet Speaker Flash Power button

Self-timer lamp / Auto focus lamp

Lens / Lens cover

Microphone

Camera status lamp

Zoom W button (Thumbnail) Zoom T button (Digital zoom) LCD monitor E (Effects) button +/- button, Delete button Play mode / Printer button 5 function button

Tripod

USB / AV connection terminal Cradle connector

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. SPECIFICATION

Bottom

Battery chamber cover

Memory card slot Battery chamber

5-function buttonVoice memo / Voice Recording / Up button Menu / OK button

Flash / Left button

Self-timer / Right button

Macro / Down button Play & Pause button

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. SPECIFICATION

Cradle Top

Camera connection terminal

Back

USB port / AV connection terminal

AC connection terminal

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. INSTALLATION & FAQ1. The auto run frame will display. Click the [Install] menu in the Auto run frame.

2. Install the DirectX, Digimax Master by selecting a button shown on the monitor.

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. INSTALLATION & FAQ

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. INSTALLATION & FAQ

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. INSTALLATION & FAQ

3. After restarting the computer, connect the PC to the camera with the USB cable.

4. Turn the camera power on. The [Found New Hardware Wizard] will open and the computer will recognize the camera. If your OS is Windows XP, an image viewer program will open. If the download window of Digmax Master opens after starting Digimax Master, the camera driver was setup successfully.

If you have installed the camera driver, The [Found New Hardware Wizard] may not open. On a Windows 98 or 98 SE system, the Found New Hardware Wizard dialog box opens and a window asking you to select a driver file may appear. In this case, specify "USB Driver" in the CD supplied. (for Windows 98 and 98 SE).

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FAQ> * System Requirements - Windows 98/98SE, ME, 2000, XP (Digimax Master can be installed and run in the Windows 98FE but that is not covered by Samsung's warranty) - Pentium 450MHz or higher (Pentium 700MHz recommended) - Minimum 200MB hard disk space (1GB recommended) - Minimum 64MB RAM (128MB recommended) - 1024X768 pixels, 16-bit colour display compatible monitor. - DirectX 9.0 or later* Using a Hand-made PC or a PC and OS that has not been guaranteed by the manufacturer is not covered by the Samsung warranty. * When the supplied software is installed in the Windows 2000 or XP, log on as an Administrator account. * If two or more USB devices are connected on a PC, some devices may not operate correctly. * Connect the camera directly to the PC. Don't use the USB usb or USB located on the keyboard. * The compter may not recognize the camera when the computer is resuming from the suspend or sleep mode. * If there are delays when the movie plays back on the camera, copy the files on the computer and play them back on the computer.

Q1. While the S/W installation, DirectX is inatalled. Do I have to install the program? A1. To play back a Movie taken with S500 on the computer without any delay, you must install the program. Click the Install button on the auto-run window and USB driver will be installed first and DirectX 9.0 is installed. On the Windows 98/98SE/ME, DirectX will installed automatically, on the Windows 2000/XP, your computer checks the version of DirectX. If an old version of DirectX was installed on your compter, DirectX 9.0 will install automatically. easily handling tasks related to multi-media and game programs on the Microsoft Windows operation system. DirectX allows direct access 2D, 3D graphics, sound, movie programs to hardware devices. So it is called 'DirectX'.

Q2. How can I check the version of installed DirectX? A2. Click 'Start Run and type 'DXdiag'. Click OK button and a window for checking the DirectX will display. You can check the version of installed DirectX on the window.

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< Note > DirectX is required about 55MB hard disk space. It will take about 22MB hard disk space. It will change settings of applications and registries. You can't remove it as the OS doesn't have uninstall program.

Q3. My computer can't recognize the camera. A3. (1) Install the supplied USB Driver. (2) Check the USB cable connection between the compter and camera. (3) The connected camera must be turned on. If the battery capacity is low, change it with fully charged one or use the AC adapter. 4) USB menu of the camera setting must be set as Computer. You can change the setting in the Setup menu of the camera by using the 5 function button. (5) If connect the camera to the computer without installing the USB Driver, the compter may not recognize the camera. In this case, remove the cable and install the USB drive first. 6) If other USB cables are connected to the compter, remove them. Sometimes the devices crash each other. Remove them and reboot the computer. And then check whether the computer can recognize the camera. (7) If the steps 1-6 are correct, remove the USB driver and install again.

Q4. How can I check whether the USB Driver was installed correctly? A4. Install the USB Driver and connect the camera and the computer with the supplied USB cable. And then turn them on. You can find the removeable disk. (1) "The device is working properly" message will display on the system information window. (2) The camera driver file has to be installed under the following folders. < Windows 98/98SE > S500.inf : Windows/inf DSCPDR.pdr : Windows/system/iosubsys DSCSYS.sys : Windows/system32/drivers < Windows ME / 2000 / XP > usbstor.sys : Windows/system32/drivers usbstor.inf : Windows/inf

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Q5. Removing the USB Mass Storage driver for Windows 98/98SE A5. When you remove the USB drivr files for Windows 98/99SE manually, refer to the following steps. 1) Click [Control Panel Program Add/Remove] and remove the Digimax S500. (2) Click [Start Run]. (3) Type "regedit" to run the regedit program. (4) Select "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/Enum/SCSI/SAMSUNG_DIGITAL_CAMERA_" and delete the VID :0839, PID:103F folders by pressing the DEL button. (5) Select "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/Enum/USB" folder and delete VID_0839&PID_103F folder by pressing the DEL button. 6) Select "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHIN/System/CurrentControlSet/Services/Class/hdc" folder. Select each folders related with "S500.inf" and delete them by pressing the DEL button. The registry structures of Window 2000/XP are different from other Operating Systems. You must check the folder name before deleting the data. To delete the data, you must log on as administrator account.

Q6. Does S500 support USB 2.0? A6. S500 supports full speed of USB 2.0.

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Digimax Master 1.0 Digimax Master : This is the all-in-on multi media software solution. You can download, view, edit and save your digital images and movie clips clip with this software.

1. Functions (1) AutoDownload : This program will download images captured with Samsung camera automatilcally. - Click [File Basic settings Find Option] and then check the "....................." option.

(2) Viewer : You can view the stored images easily. (3) Image edit : You can edit the still image. (4) Movie edit : You can edit the movie and save it as *.avi, *.asf, *.wmv file type. 2. Essential codec - Must be installed : DirectX 9.0c or later (Install separately) - QuickTime 6.5 : This program is required for playing back the *.MOV type file. (Install separately) 3. I want send a mail with captured image. But E-mail icon is not activated. - You did not set a default mail program. set the Microsoft Outlook Express as the default MAPI client.

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. EXPLODED VIEW AND PART LIST1. MAIN ASSEMBLY

1-2

1-3 1-4

1-4

1-1

1-4

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2. BODY ASSEMBLY

2-30

2-31

2-8

2-23

2-29

2-8

2-24 2-27 2-9 2-10 2-28 2-192-8 2-30

2-17

2-25 2-21

2-22

2-20

2-182-8

2-262-8

2-7 2-14 2-5 2-33 2-12 2-15 2-13 2-16 2-1 2-2 2-3 2-42-8

2-6

2-11 2-32

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3. BARREL ASSEMBLY

3-42 3-9

3-41 3-13

3-14

3-40 3-12

3-23

3-24 3-25

3-1 3-7 3-2 3-15 3-8 3-4 3-18 3-17 3-10 3-16

3-193-20

3-124

3-21 3-22 3-63-11

3-24

3-26

3-3 3-36

3-37

3-5 3-35 3-34

3-33

3-32

3-313-28

3-30 3-29

3-38 3-27 3-39

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. EXPLODED VIEW AND PART LIST

4. BARRIER ASSEMBLY

4-5 4-8 4-34-2

4-4

4-1

4-6

4-2

4-7

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. EXPLODED VIEW AND PART LIST

5. FRONT COVER ASSEMBLY5-18 5-11 5-20 5-19

5-12 5-9 5-13

5-10 5-8

5-14 5-27

5-3 5-23 5-6

5-15 5-175-16 5-21 5-25

5-1 5-2

5-22

5-5

5-24 5-4 5-265-7

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. EXPLODED VIEW AND PART LIST

6. BACK COVER ASSEMBLY

6-1

6-7 6-2 6-3

6-4

6-6

6-5

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7. CRADLE ASSEMBLY

7-1

7-2

7-3

7-4

7-5

7-6

7-7

7-8

7-9

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8. PACKING ITEM8-4 8-22 8-19 8-20 8-12

8-17

8-15 8-16 8-21

8-18

8-1

8-7 8-3

8-6

8-5

8-8 8-9 8-10 8-12 8-14 8-2 8-13

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. ADJUSTMENT1. Digital camera serviceTo take a digital camera service (Repair, Tuning and Checking), the following equipments have to be arranged.

The sequences for the camera service are as shown. Receiving the camera

1. Receiving the camera When receiving a camera, check whether the accessories are included or not and ask the customer exact problems. 2. Checking the camera Checking the camera with priority given to the exact problems to find overall malfunctions. 3. Repairing the camera Repair the camera malfunctions found at the step 2. 4. Inspection After repairing the camera, inspect all of the camera functions.

Checking the camera

Repairing the camera

Tuning

Inspection

Finish

1. Checking the camera and Inspection

2. Repairing the camera

3. Tuning

The illustrations may be different from the real display in accordance with the camera model.

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1) Equipments for checking and inspectionTo check and inspect the camera malfunction, the following equipments have to be arranged.

No. 1

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

Description - Installing a digital camera driver or Checking the removable device - Checking the file transference(upload and download) - Playing back the still image or movie clip HARD RACK, For the compatibility test. by Operating System by the O/S(WIN 98SE, ME, 2000, XP) Driver CD, by camera models S/W CDs for installing a camera driver USB HUB For using all kinds of USB cable at a time USB cable, by camera models For checking file transference(upload and download) by camera models Chart for checking colors For checking color and image resolution before or after camera repair TV MONITOR For checking video output and whether NTSC/PAL can be selected Memory card by types checking card recognition by brands and sizes A/V CABLE For checking whether the image can be displayed on a external monitor POWER SUPPLY For checking camera power by camera models Power cable by camera models

Device PC for inspection

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2) Equipments for camera repairTo repair the camera, the following equipments have to be arranged.

No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

Device A set of tools Cleaning paper Detergent container Parts case Anti-electricity mat Soldering sponge Air pump LIGHT BOX POWER SUPPLY Soldering iron Tester BATTERY & AC ADAPTOR

Description Pincette/ Screwdriver/ Discharger etc. For cleaning camera lens and camera parts For containing detergent For keeping various camera parts and disassembled camera parts For repairing table made from anti-electricity material For removing solder For removing various kinds of dust Color temperature 5100 7.5V 2.0A Soldering iron that can select temperature Portable tester that can test AC/DC, ,ect. AC ADAPTOR & Rechargeable battery by camera models - SBP3603/ SBP3605/ SBP3606 - SLB 1437 - SBP 1103

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3) Equipments for camera tuningTo tune the camera, the following equipments have to be arranged.

No. 1 2 3 4 5 6

Device AE TESTER AWB LIGHT SOURCE BOX COLOR chart AF chart Chart for checking resolution TRIPOD

Description For tuning AE and STROBE For checking and tuning AWB For checking AWB and color of images For tuning AF For checking image resolution

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4) Check list for Digital camera repairTo check the digital camera functions before/after repairing, refer to the check list. No. 1 Checking item Check the exterior of a camera. Check point - Check the scratch, stain, misprint. - Check whether the screws are turned firmly. - Check the corrosion of terminal, bad exterior. - Do chemical and glue test to the printing/ painting parts. 2 3 Insert the adapter. Check the battery cover. - Check the connecting and contact condition. - Insert the batteries with the correct polarity and check the contact condition. - Check whether the cover is opened easily after closing. 4 Check the card condition after inserting the card. - The card can be inserted or removed easily and cover is closed firmly. - Do inserting and removing card(SD/MMC) test two times. The card must be inserted firmly and has not to spring out. - Insert the card/batteries and give a little impact on the camera. The camera must recognize the card and CARD LOCKED message has not to be displayed. 5 6 Insert the Video cable. Turn on the camera. - When the cable is inserted, check whether the images play back on the external monitor. - Check whether the green LED is blinking, SAMSUNG LOGO is on and the start-up sound sounds. - Check the L and FINE icon on the LCD monitor. - Check whether the AE function is correct at the low light and high light condition. - Check whether the beep sounds on the recording and movie clip mode. The beep be sounded in the microphone part. can Check that in a quiet room. 7 Press the zoom W/T button. - Press the zoom W/T button with the viewfinder. Check dust and percentage of the frame seen, zoom rate. - Press the zoom W/T button with the TFT-LCD monitor. Check the zoom rate and whether the zoom bar moves smoothly. 8 Macro focus. - Check whether the Macro icon(Flower) is displayed on the LCD monitor. - Check the AF in the Macro focus with the TFT-LCD monitor. 9 Normal focus. - Check whether the subject captured from 2M has over or under exposure and the fucus is clear.

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No. 10 11 12

Checking item MANUAL focus. Take a movie clip with TELE zoom during 10 seconds. Take a chart with TELE zoom in a low light condition. monitor.

Check point - Check whether the icon and counter are displayed on the LCD - Check whether the recording time is displayed and there are a noise, dim frame and discontinuous frame in the movie clip. - Check whether the zoom rate is changed and there are unclear part, noise and dim part in the image. - The distance from the subject is 2M and have to use the FILL IN flash.

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Play back a image with the TFT LCD monitor.

- Check whether the PLAY mode can be selected without any problem and there are any noise, frame shaking and discoutinuous frame. - Check the voice recorded in the still image and the movie clip. - Check whether the still image can be enlarged correctly with the 5 function button.

14 15 16

Start the slide show in the PLAY mode. Try to rotate the mode dial. Download a image from a PC with USB cable and check the image quality in a external monitor.

- Select 2 sec. of slide show interval time and check whether there are any noise, image shaking and discontinuous frame. - Check whether the mode dial is rotated with the equal force. - Check whether each camera mode can be recognized correctly. - Check whether there are unclear part, dim part, noticeable flare, noise, ghost image and smear. - Check whether all images are deleted.

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Format the card in the PLAY mode. (Delete all images in the PLAY mode)

Check whether there is no image and - Check whether the NO IMAGE message is displayed on the reset the camera. Remove the card and turn off the camera. LCD monitor. - Check whether the LARGE, FINE icon and 0018 number are displayed. - Check whether the camera power is turned off without any problem.

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2. Adjustment items by changed partsAfter changing the electronic parts of Digimax S500/S600, the parts have to be adjusted in accordance withe the adjusted items. The items listed on the table are have to be adjusted after changing. PROCESS CODE FIRMWARE UPGRADE CCD DEFECT CELL PUNT ADJ. SHUTTER CLOSE TIME ADJ. BACK LASH ADJ. FLASH ADJ. BATTERY LEVEL OB SETTING BURNING TEST EEPROM READ EEPROM WRITE 6 2 7 9 13 17 18 10 16 17 MAIN PCB POWER PCB BARREL ASS Y CCD

1) Equipments for adjustment Equipments - AE TESTER - POWER SUPPLY Chart - Focus chart

: AE TESTER can test upto LV 16.1. : 3.3V/2A

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3. AdjustmentTo adjust all items, all kinds of code by items have to be inserted in program file and saved them to the SD card as TXT file type. The codes are listed below. < Description of TXT file >

Codes of program PROCESS CODE ; 65535 ; PROCESS CODE ; 0 OR 1 ; 0 OR 1 ; CONDITION ; SPEC ; NOT NOT NOT NOT NOT NOT 0 0

Codes of programInsert the PROCESS CODE that you want to adjust 65535 --> DEFAULT Insert the PROCESS CODE that you want to adjust Insert 1 to write adjusted code to the EEPROM To save the result data to the SD card, insert 1 or 0 Insert each adjustment item's condition (See each adjustment item) Insert each adjustment item's value (See each adjustment item) Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used 0 --> DEFAULT 0 --> DEFAULT

If the program is saved as shown above, the file name has to be saved as STS253ADJ.TXT (for S500)/STS263ADJTXT(for S600). SD CARD SHOULD BE FORMATTED BEFORE USING. After inserting each code, [;] mark has to be inserted.

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1) OB SETTINGAfter changing the MAIN PCB, adjust the black color. < Codes of program >

BASIC PROGRAM PROCESS CODE ; 65535 ; PROCESS CODE ; 0 OR 1 ; 0 OR 1 ; CONDITION ; SPEC ; NOT NOT NOT NOT NOT NOT 0 0 18; 65535; 18,1; 1; 0; 1,0,0,0,1000,10; 35,0,0,0,1000,10; ; ; ; ; ; ; 65535; 0;

OB SETTING

< How to adjust > a. Insert the codes and save the program in the SD card. b. Insert the SD card to the camera and turn on the camera. c. After completing the adjustment, the camera will be turned off.

PREVIEW OB SETTING R: 1808 G: 1792 B: 1792 CAPTURE OB SETTING R: 1808 G:1808 B: 1808

< Figure 1-1 >

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2) LENS SHADINGAfter changing the MAIN PCB, BARREL and CCD, adjust the brightness gaps between center of the lens and around the lens. < Codes of program >

BASIC PROGRAM PROCESS CODE ; 65535 ; PROCESS CODE ; 0 OR 1 ; 0 OR 1 ; CONDITION ; SPEC ; NOT NOT NOT NOT NOT NOT 0 0 8; 65535; 8,0; 1; 1; 1,100; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; 65535; 0;

LENS SHADING

< How to adjust the item > a. Prepare a AE TESTER that can test upto LV 16.10.2 b. Attach the camera to the AE TESTER. c. Change the LV to 9.00.1 d. Insert the codes and save the program in ths SD card. e. Insert the SD card to the camera and turn on the camera. f. After completing the adjustment, the camera will be turned off. If the adjustment is incomplete, will display with beep sound. In this case, re-try the adjustment process.

PREVIEW OB SETTING R: 1808 G: 1792 B: 1792 CAPTURE OB SETTING R: 1808 G:1808 B: 1808

PROCESS FAIL Result : Shading Failure (7) Before : 196, 8, 73, 160, 100 After : 45, 53, 146, 66, 100 NG < Figure 2-2 >

< Figure 2-1 >

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3) BATTERY LEVEL ADJUSTMENTAfter changing the MAIN PCB, adjust WARNING LEVEL and LOCK LEVEL. < Codes of program >

BASIC PROGRAM PROCESS CODE ; 65535 ; PROCESS CODE ; 0 OR 1 ; 0 OR 1 ; CONDITION ; SPEC ; NOT NOT NOT NOT NOT NOT 0 0

BATTERY LEVEL ADJUSTMENT17; 65535; 17,3; 0; 0; 10,37,87,38,90,39,82,40,85,48,84,70,83,71,86,72,89,73,81,74,89; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; 65535; 0;close lens

< How to adjust the item > a. Prepare a POWER SUPPLY. b. Connect the camera to the POWER SUPPLY. c. Change the voltage to 2.71 d. Insert the codes and save the program in ths SD card. e. Insert the SD card to the camera and turn on the camera. f. The adjustment is complete automatically. The LCD will be turned off and the camera is turned off.

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4) BACK LASH ADJUSTMENTAfter changing the MAIN PCB, BARREL and CCD, adjust the BACK LASH. < Codes of program >

BASIC PROGRAM PROCESS CODE ; 65535 ; PROCESS CODE ; 0 OR 1 ; 0 OR 1 ; CONDITION ; SPEC ; NOT NOT NOT NOT NOT NOT 0 0 9; 65535; 9,0; 1; 1; 2; 50; ; ; ; ; ; ; 65535; 0;

BACK LASH

a. Insert the codes and save the program in the SD card. b. Insert the SD card to the camera and turn on the camera. c. After completing the adjustment, the camera will be turned off.

BACKLASH TEST D1:-27 BACKLASH : -27

< Figure 4-1 >

< Figure 4-2 >

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5) SHUTTER CLOSE TIME ADJUSTMENTAfter changing the MAIN PCB, BARREL and CCD, adjust the SHUTTER CLOSE TIME. < Codes of program >

BASIC PROGRAM PROCESS CODE ; 65535 ; PROCESS CODE ; 0 OR 1 ; 0 OR 1 ; CONDITION ; SPEC ; NOT NOT NOT NOT NOT NOT 0 0

SHUTTER CLOSE TIME7; 65535; 7,1; 1; 1; 2,507,477,250,2,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,15; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; 65535; 0;

< How to adjust the item > a. Prepare a AE TESTER that can test upto LV 16.10.2 b. Attach the camera to the AE TESTER. c. Change the LV to 15.80.1 d. Insert the codes and save the program in ths SD card. e. Insert the SD card to the camera and turn on the camera. f. After completing the adjustment, the camera will be turned off. If the adjustment is incomplete, will display with beep sound. In this case, re-try the adjustment process.

PROCESS FAIL TEST COUNT : 5 LUMINANCE : 510 LINE DELAY : 249 SHUTTER ADJ SUCCESS! TEST COUNT : 15 LUMINANCE : 3048 LINE DELAY : 109

< Figure 5-1 >

< Figure 5-2 >

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6) FLASH ADJUSTMENTAfter changing the MAIN PCB and SUB PCB, adjust the FLASH. < Codes of program >

BASIC PROGRAM PROCESS CODE ; 65535 ; PROCESS CODE ; 0 OR 1 ; 0 OR 1 ; CONDITION ; SPEC ; NOT NOT NOT NOT NOT NOT 0 0

FLASH ADJUSTMENT13; 65535; 13,1; 1; 1; 1300,100,620,500,345,245,10; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; 65535; 0;

< How to adjust the item > a. Arrange a 36% reflect chart in a darkroom. b. Arrange a camera in a darkroom. c. The distance between the reflect chart and the camera should be 80cm. d. Insert the codes and save the program in the SD card. e. Insert the SD card to the camera and turn on the camera. f. After completing the adjustment, the camera will be turned off. If the adjustment is incomplete, will display with beep sound. In this case, re-try the adjustment process.

STROBO TEST TEST COUNT : 10 LUMINANCE : 627 FLASH ADJ IN WIDE

STROBO TEST TEST COUNT : 3 LUMINANCE : 3768 FAIL!! FLASH ADJ IN WIDE

< Figure 6-1 >

< Figure 6-2 >

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7) PUNT ADJUSTMENTAfter changing the MAIN PCB and BARREL, adjust the PUNT. < Codes of program >

BASIC PROGRAM PROCESS CODE ; 65535 ; PROCESS CODE ; 0 OR 1 ; 0 OR 1 ; CONDITION ; SPEC ; NOT NOT NOT NOT NOT NOT 0 0

PUNT ADJUSTMENT2; 65535; 2,3; 1; 1; 1,0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7; 7,245,51,248,43,240,41,238,47,244,49,246,38,235,63,230,13,225,25,228,29,220,36,218,44,224,53,226,51,215,67,210; ; ; ; ; ; ; 65504; 0;

< How to adjust the item > a. Arrange a chart for adjust the PUNT. b. Attach the camera to the tripod. c. The distance between the chart and the camera should be 80cm. d. Insert the codes and save the program in the SD card. e. Insert the SD card to the camera and turn on the camera. f. After completing the adjustment, the camera will be turned off. If the adjustment is incomplete, < Figure 7-2 > will display. In this case, re-try the adjustment process.

PUNT ADJUSTMENT PROCESS

ZOOM 0 : 127 ZOOM 1 : 123 ZOOM 2 : 117 ZOOM 3 : 117 ZOOM 4 : 123 ZOOM 5 : 129 ZOOM 6 : 120 ZOOM 7 : 117 < Figure 7-2 >

< Figure 7-1 >

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8)BURNING TEST & CCD DEFECT CELLAfter changing the MAIN PCB and parts, check whether all of the camera functions work correctly. After changing the MAIN PCB and CCD, do the BURNING TEST and adjust the DEFECT CELL of CCD. < Codes of program >

BASIC PROGRAM PROCESS CODE ; 65535 ; PROCESS CODE ; 0 OR 1 ; 0 OR 1 ; CONDITION ; SPEC ; NOT NOT NOT NOT NOT NOT 0 0

BURNING TEST10; 65535; 10,0; 0; Specify the repeat times 0; 1,14,1,2,4,3,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15; ; ; Camera function number ; ;0; Change '0' into '1' for adjust the DEFECT CELL 0,0,1,800,800,6,30000,0;Change the first and second code ingo '1' to adjust the DEFECT CELL 65535,0; ; 65408; 0;close lens

< How to test > a. Insert the camera function number to the code. The first position is for repeat time (10 means 10 repeat time), the rest of the positions are for camera function. See the below list. CODE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 DELETE ALL LCD ON WIDE TELE NOT USE FLASH ONSHOOTING FLASH OFF SHOOTING NORMAL SHOOTING Function CODE 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Function MACRO SHOOTING CONTINUOUS SHOOTING(2) SELF TIMER (10 sec.) PLAY MODE SLIDE SHOW MOVIE CLIP RECORD MOVIE PLAY

b. Insert the codes and save the program in the SD card. c. Insert the SD card to the camera and turn on the camera. (Set the mode dial to a still image mode) d. The programed camera function will work. If the test is complete, the camera will be turned off.

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9) EEPROM READTo read the data of EEPROM, refer to the below codes. < Codes of program >

BASIC PROGRAM PROCESS CODE ; 65535 ; PROCESS CODE ; 0 OR 1 ; 0 OR 1 ; CONDITION ; SPEC ; NOT NOT NOT NOT NOT NOT 0 0 16; 65535; 16,3; 0; 1; 0,540; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; 0;

EEPROM READ

< How to test > a. nsert the codes (from START ADDRESS 0 to END ADDRESS 540) and save the program in the SD card. b. Insert the SD card to the camera and turn on the camera. c. Turn on the camera and the DATA in the EEPROM will be copied in the SD card. The codes from ADDRESS 1 to 10 will display on the LCD monitor and the rest of codes will not display. d. Turn off the camera after reading and saving the data. e. If you read the SD card in your PC, you can find the STS2_E2PR.CSV file and you can check the EEPROM DATA.

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10) EEPROM WRITEIf you want to write the DATA of EEPROM, do as follows. < Codes of program >

BASIC PROGRAM PROCESS CODE ; 65535 ; PROCESS CODE ; 0 OR 1 ; 0 OR 1 ; CONDITION ; SPEC ; NOT NOT NOT NOT NOT NOT 0 0

EEPROM WRITE17; 65535;53248 17,3; 0; 0; Sum_ADD,ADDRESS 0,DATA, ,....,ADDRESS 158,DATA; ; ; Number of ADDRESSes you want to insert ; If you want to insert all addresses ; (from 0 to 540), 541 will display. ; ; ; ; 0;

< How to test > a. Insert the codes (from 0 to 540) and save the program in the SD card. b. Insert the SD card to the camera and turn on the camera. c. Turn on the camera and the data of EEPROM will be copied to the camera. d. When the copy is complete, turn off the camera.

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4. How to check the FIRMWARE VERSION1. Remove the SD card from the camera and turn it on.

2. In any camera modes, press the UP button twice to select the Voice recording mode.

3. When the Voice recording mode is displayed on the LCD monitor, press the left, right, down and +.-/Delete button one by another to check the firmware. After checking, press the Power button to turn it off.

4 1 3 2

FW VER : 5121990654.1509 DEBUG PV2 FAST BOOT

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5. How to update the FIRMWARE1. Visit our web site 'www.samsungcamera.com/service' and download the firmware (for S500 download "STS253.elf" and for S600 download "STS263.elf") in the temporary folder. 2. Insert the SD card that has the firmware to the camera and turn on the camera. Then, select the Voice recording mode by doing the same way as firmware version check.

3. Press the buttons in the same way as firmware version check and the firmware will be updated. When the update is progressing, AF lamp will be blinking.

4 1 2

3

4. When the camera turns off if the update is completed, remove the SD card and check the firmware.

FW VER : 5121990654.1509 DEBUG PV2 FAST BOOT

When doing the firmware update, use the AC adapter. If the camera turns off while updating, the camera couldnot work. After updating firmware, reset the camera.

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. PATTERN DIAGRAM1. PARTS ARRANGEMENT FOR EACH PCB ASSY1) MAIN_TOP

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. PATTERN DIAGRAM

2) MAIN_BOTTOM

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. PATTERN DIAGRAM

3) TOP

4) STROBO

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. PATTERN DIAGRAM

5) CCD_TOP

6) CCD_BOTTOM

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. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM1. BLOCK DIAGRAM

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. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

2. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM1) MAIN_BLOCK_S500

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. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

2) MAIN_DSP_S500

RAMDAT12 RAMDAT13 RAMDAT14 RAMDAT15

64R56 VDDRTC

. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

3) MAIN_DDR_S500

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. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

4) MAIN_FEB_S500

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. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

5) MAIN_MEMORY_S500

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. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

6) MAIN_MOTOR_S500

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. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

7) POWER_S500

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. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

8) TOP_S500

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. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

9) STROBO_S500

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. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

10) STROBO_S500

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. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

11) CCD_S500

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. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

12) KEY_S500

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. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

13) AUDIO_S500

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. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

14) LCD_S500

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. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

15) CRADLE_S500

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. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

16) MAIN_BLOCK_S600

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. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

17) MAIN_COACH_S600

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. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

18) MAIN_DDR_S600

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. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

19) MAIN_FEP_S600

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. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

20) MAIN_MEMORY_S600

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. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

21) MAIN_MOTOR_S600

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. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

22) POWER_S600

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. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

23) TOP_S600

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. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

24) STROBO_S600

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. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

25) KEY_S600

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. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

26) AUDIO_S600

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. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

27) LCD_S600

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. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

28) CRADLE_S600

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. TROUBLESHOOTING1. Check List for repairing1) When received Grasp customer's complaints exactely Check the product's condition of exterior view(damage by shock) Check the condition of battery and all kinds of cables(USB cable, AV cable, AC Adaptor) Check working condition with new battery or adaptor - ON/OFF - TELE/WIDE - Check if the image shows correctly with TFT LCD on (Turn on the TFT LCD and check if the image shows correctly) - Take a picture by pressing the shutter button - Turn the dial and check if modes change correctly Download from the camera by connecting it with PC and check if correctly Check if the image shows correctly with it connected to monitor

Discharge Positions

2) When repairing Check the connectors' condition to each PCB(dirt, short, assembly, lean, etc.) Change each doubtful PCB one after another to find out bad PCB - When doubtful of Main PCB Ass'y, check the operating condition by assembling with a good Main PCB ass'y (Manufacture of checking machine for each bad PCB is in schedule) Refer to each page to fix bad items of each PCB Check the connections of each PCB before assembling covers and embarkation of the parts (soldering condition) with the naked eye Ateter assembling the camera, insert battery only when condition of the parts' embarkation and connection is all right (Inserting battery when the camera has inside-short will result in death or serious injury to the CPU and all parts) After setting the mode dial in position assemble the Top Cover and check if the dial nverts correctly

3) After repairing A/S Check list for each item - To judge inferior goods, begin with doubtful PCBs, replacing one after another to replace bad parts ex.) When Main PCB ass'y is in trouble, try replacing it with inferior camera's fair Main PCB ass'y

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2. Main troubleshooting1) The power can't be turned onCheck : Power input (Battery, Adaptor, etc.)

Check the assembly condition of various connectors.

Check connection : Between the Main PCB and the TOP F PCB. Check soldering : Battery contact Check connection : Between the Main PCB and the FLASH F PCB.

Current electricity : 280~330mA

Flash memory defect. Upgrade the Full version Firmware

Check the power of TPs on the MAIN PCB

Check the output of TPs

Power PCB defect

Check the connection between MAIN PCB and TOP F

Check the soldering condition of BATTERY CONTACT

Check the soldering condition of FLASH F PCB and MAIN PCB

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How to upgrade the FULL VERSION FIRMWAREConnect the camera with power supply and turn on the power. If the electricity current consumes between 200 and 330mA and the camera doesnt turn on, recover the flash memory by following instruction. 1. Short the pattern on the Main PCB.

LCD

2. Download the Full version Firmware into the SD card. 3. Connect the power supply to the camera and turn on the camera. 4. The LED on the Main PCB will blink while the firmware is upgrading and the LED will be off after completing the upgrading. 5. After upgrading firmware, release the short on the Main PCB.

After removing the soldering

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Check the output voltage of TPsYou can check the defect of parts by checking the output voltage of TPs on the Main PCB.

1. Location of TPs on the Main Board

TP21 TP1 TP2 TP3 TP4 TP5 TP6

TP22

TP7

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TP18 TP19

TP8 TP9 TP10 TP13 TP23 TP15 TP14 TP16 TP17

TP20

TP11 TP12

TP# 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23

TP NAME N75CCD CCDCNT 33CCD 45VCC 33HR CCDCNT2 33LCD BLEDP BLEDN 15CCD VCCMOT 33AUD CCDCNT3 PWSW BLCNT VDDPWR BATCHK 25M 33M 18M GND VCC 3_3VCC

Normal voltage -7.5 3.3V 3.0V 5.0V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 10.5V 1.5V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V VCC/2 2.5V 3.45V 1.75M 3.3V 3.3V 95

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3. Pattern of Power PCB1) MAIN PCB(TOP)

FUSE

33VCC_CCD 33VCC_HR

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2) MAIN PCB(BOTTOM)

BACKLIGHT

45VCC

VCC input part 25VCC_MAIN

15VCC_CCD

UP1 33VCC_MAIN

VCCMOT N75VCC_CCD 33VCC_AUD BATCHK RESET part

18VCC_MAIN

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4. How to check each partsIs the voltage of Main PCB 3V?

Does the over current take place? NO

YES Changing Fuse

b

Does the over current take place? YES

NO

The camera doesn't turn on and the current is between hundreds or thousands of mA.

NO Is the voltage of TP14 3.3V? YES

The same problem remains after removing the LP1 YES

NO

NO The voltage of TP4 is about 5.0V YES The voltage of TP11 is about 3.2V

The same problem remains after removing the UP1 YES

The voltage of TP18 is about 2.5V Change the Main Board Change the UP1 NO YES

The voltage of TP19 is about 3.4V YES

a

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aThe voltage of TP 20 is about 1.75V YES The voltage of TP 2 is 3.3V YES NO NO The voltage of TP 12 is 3.3V

bChange the UF3

The voltage of TP 13 is 3.3V YES

The voltage of TP 3 is 3V YES

The voltage of TP 10 is about 15V NO YES

Is the voltage of TP 6 is 3.3V YES NO

NO

The voltage of TP 1 is -7.5V YES Change the UP1

The voltage of TP 5 is about 3.3V

Change the UF4

The voltage of TP 15 is 3.3V YES

The voltage of TP 8 is about 10V YES

The power is correct.

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2) Flash Defect. Check the XE TUBE condition (Breakage, incorrect assembly)

Check the connection (soldering) of MAIN PCB

Check the IGBT(Q1)

Check the Tirg Coil(T1)

Flash F PCB defect

< How to check the Q1 IGBT > - 1,2,3+4 = about 4.7K - 1,2,3+5,6,7,8 and 4+5,6,7,8 = hundreds of K ~ several M

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3) Flashing Defect. Check the connetion (soldering) of MAIN PCB

Check the Trans (TS1) on the MAIN PCB

Check the charging status of MAIN CONDENSOR

Check the connetion (soldering) of MAIN PCB

TS1

MAIN BOTTOM

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4) Defect related to the CCDWhen the camera is connected to the external monitor, images are displayed correctly NO Check the connection of CCD F PCB (JF1) YES LCDE related defect

heck the soldering condition of CCD

1. Short 2. Connection defect

Check the Power circuit of CCD on the MAIN PCB

Check the connection of CCD F PCB When the assemble is correc, a line of silk will appear

CCD F PCB assembly defect

JF1

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Check the circuit of CCD on the MAIN PCB

3V J 15V UF2 4_5VCC 3V 3_3HR UF4 U 3_3CCD

3.3V

4_5VCC TP :4.5V 3_3CCD :3V 3_3HR :3.3V C_F29, C_F36, C_F39 :3V C_F44 :3.3V C_F41, C_F41: -7.5V C_F33, C_F37 :15V

4.5V OK 3V NG : Change U_F3 4.5V OK 3.3V NG : Change U_F4

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5) Defect related to the LCDWhen the camera is connected to the external monitor, images are displayed correctly YES Check the connection of LCD F PCB Images are not displayed on the LCD - Check the connection The LCD is whitened - Check the short of F PCB pattern NO Check the defect of CCD

When the LCD is pressed, the camera is turned off

Interference of MAIN PCB and CF_41 - Check the location of tape on the bakc of the LCD Check the protect tape of BACK LIGHT soldering

Defect of BACK LIGHT

Check the soldering condition of BACK LIGHT

CF_41

Check the soldering condition of BACK LIGHT

Check the protect tape of BACK LIGHT soldering

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6) Defect related to AUDIO - First of all, check that the AUDIO is ON in the MENU. - When the MIC & SPEAKER are soldered, be careful of breakage by a high temperature.Check the soldering condition of speaker

Check the connection of Top F PCB and whether the pattern of #12, 13are shorted or not

Check the soldering condtion of MIC L/W

Voices are not recorded, output sound is too low MIC assemble error. Check the assembling condition

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7) Defect related to the card, cradle or key recognition

Defect related to the card recognition Check the soldering condition of Card socket

Defect related to the Cradle Check the connection to the camera

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. SERVICE INFORMATION1. The order of disassembly and assembly Caution1. Do the disassembling and assembling camera where the blocking static electricity mat is on the table. 2. When handling the major PCBs of camera, please wearing the band which cuts off the electric current on the wrist. 3. When handling the major parts, be careful of below caution.

PartsF PCB type

CautionWhen assembling the F PCB to the CONNECTOR by using pincette, be careful of tearing and hooking.

etc.

CCD & IR CUT

Be careful of the handprinting while handling them. Using the pincette which has soft tip. The spot will be shown by using normal alchol when cleaning them. Do the repairing where is no dust.

PCB type

Wearing the band which cuts off the electric current and do the reparing where the blocking static electricity mat is on by preventing the defect of parts.

CONTACT type

Be careful of defect and change by pincette.

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The order of disassembly

a

1. Remove SCREWS. aX6 bX2

b

a2. Take apart the BACK COVER. When disassemble the Back cover, take care not to break the connection part.

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3. Remove the screws to disassemble the LCD FRAME.

4. To disassemble the LCD FRAME, remove the Main PCB connector.

5. Disassemble the LCD FRAME and discharge the Main condensor.

CAUTIONAfter disassembling the LCD FRAME, you must discharge the Main condensor before doing the next step. Discharging point

Before discharging the condensor, remove this tape

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6. To disassemble the FRONT COVER, remove the MODE F PCB and a screw. ax1

CAUTIONWhen you disassemble the FRONT COVER, remove the MODE F PCB CONNECTOR first.

a7. Disassemble the FRONT COVER.

8. To disassemble the MAIN PCB ASS'Y, remove the MODE F PCB soldering and screws. ax2

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9. To disassemble the MAIN PCB ASS'Y, remove the CCD F PCB and BARREL F PCB.

10. To disassemble the LENS ASS'Y, remove the screws. ax2 bX2

a

b

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11. To disassemble the STROBE ASS'Y, remove the screws. aX1 bX1

a

b

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Disassemble the Barrel

b

a

1. Remove the soldering and screws. aX3 bX1

2. Disassemble the Lens base. Take care of the F PCB.

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After disassembling the barrel

3. To disassemble the barrel, remove the screws that hold the F PCB. dX1

d

4. Disassemble the Outer Cam Barrel and Outer Guide Barrel.

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Disassemble the Outer Guide Barrel from the Outer Cam Barrel. Rotate the Outer Guide Barrel to the Outer Cam Barrel guide part and disassemble it.

5. Disassemble the Outer Guide Barrel from the Outer Cam Barrel. Rotate the Outer Guide Barrel to the Outer Cam Barrel guide part and disassemble it. Guide part

6. Disassemble the Cam Barrel and Guide Plate.

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7. To disassemble the Guide Plate from the Cam Barrel, push inside the three point of the Guide Plate and pull the Guide Plate out of the Cam Barrel.

8. Disassemble the 2nd Lens Ass'y and Shutter Ass'y.

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9. To disassemble the Shutter Ass'y and 2nd Lens Ass'y, remove the F PCB Guide and screw. F PCB Guide

e

F PCB Guide

When disassemble the F PCB Guide, take care of the double-stick tape.

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When disassembling, take care of a tape stuck on the 2nd Lens Ass'y

10. Disassemble the Shutter Ass'y.

After disassembling

f b

11. To disassemble the Gear and Motor of Lens Base, remove the screws. bX3 fX1

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12. Remove the Photo Interrupter and disassemble the Zoom Cover.

Remove the Photo Interrupter

Disassemble the Zoom Cover

13. Disassemble the Gear part

Zoom Gear A

Zoom Gear D Zoom Gear C Zoom Gear B

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14. Remove two screws and disassemble the Zoom Motor. eX2

e

g

15. To disassemble the AF Guide Holder, remove a screw.

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AF Guide Holder

16. To disassemble the 3rd Lens Ass'y, remove the spring and disassemble the 3rd Lens Ass'y.

Disassemble the 3rd Lens Ass'y

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h

17. To disassemble the AF motor Ass'y, remove the AF Clip Holder, screw and AF Clip. hX1

Removing the AF clip (Rotate it counter-clockwise)

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18. Remove the F PCB from the Lens Base.

Disassemble is complete

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Assembling the barrel

1. Assemble the Shutter Ass'y. Take care of the F PCB.

When assembling the parts, F PCB must be attached on the 2nd Lens Ass'y firmly. Attached firmly

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2. Screw them and attach the Shield Tape.

e

3. Assemble the F PCB Giude. Take care of the direction. F PCB must be attached to the F PCB Guide firmly.

F PCB is attached to the F PCB Guide firmly

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4. Assemble the 2nd Lens Ass'y and Zoom Ring Ass'y. When assembling, arrange the grooves to view the Barrier Lever.

After assembling

Arrange the holes of 2nd Lens Ass'y and Zoom Ring Ass'y at the same position

5. Assemble the Cam Barrel and Guide Plate. When assembling them, press the Guide Plate slightly to assemble the Cam barrel. When they are assembled correctly, you can hear "Click".

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6. Arrange the boss part of the Outer Guide Barrel and guide part of the Outer Guide at the position shown as alongside and assemble them.

Arrange the guide part at the postion as shown

7. Assemble the Zoom Ring and the 2nd Lens Ass'y. Assemble the Cam Barrel and the Guide Plate. When assembling, rotate the Guide Plate to see the groove of Cam Barrel.

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The boss must be upper left side of the ass'y before assembling.

After assembling

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The hole of Outer Guide Barrel must be shown

8. Assemble the Outor Cam Barrel and Outer Guide Barrel. Take care of the positions of screw hole of the Outer Cam Barrel and reflector of Outer Guide Barrel.

Upper side of the Reflecter Sheet

After assembling

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Outer Guide Barrel is shown

9. Rotate the Outer Cam Barrel to extract the barrier and screw it. Rotate the Outer Cam Barrel to the opposite direction to put it in.

F PCB must be inner side of the hole

10. Assmble it with the Lens Base Ass'y. Take care of the F PCB.

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assemble it to the Barrier Lever

Insert the F PCB in the outer side of the hole

11. After assembling, screw them and solder the F PCB.

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