Written on: 23/05/2013
It's far easier (er, more puerwfol) to do it from a computer. 95% of the time you're going to print something you didn't mean to or the options won't be puerwfol enough on the printer to achieve the desired results. But in any case, you plug the card/camera into the printer, then there's usually a screen that you can browse through to select one or more photos. You specify sizes and tell it to print! Pretty easy but the interfaces are usually cryptic and I prefer using the computer to do it (read more)
Written on: 23/05/2013
the way some of the people talk talk; u'll think the only way to print anhntiyg is at a wal-mart kiosk, lol. 1 thing I've learned w/ photo printers; is use the malefactors' inks and paper for the best results. I've been using HP portable photo prints for over 4 yrs now. i have been very please. I've been plz to the point that i make money w/ my HP potable photo prints. I've taken it to company and family gatherings and made prints; for a small fee; lol. the newest HP photo printer has on-board... (read more)
Written on: 10/06/2007 by DonFrew (1 review written)
I have never had a picture failure with this camera, unless it was my own fault. It might only be 4 MP, but used to it's full potential, the Schnieder Kreuznach lens will deliver pro-like results that can be enlarged to A3 and probably above. For 3 years the DV4 has been with me on holiday, to all manner of social events, battered and bruised and it still works great!
The best power source in my experience is a CRV3 Lithium Ion rechargeable battery.
It may be a little long in the tooth at... (read more)
Written on: 19/12/2004 by andydr (1 review written)
The Samsung Digimax V4 takes great pictures. The lens system is sharp and the exposure choices allow you to set up for any condition. However it takes forever to charge up, and store a picture. It drains NiMH 2100 batteries very quickly. (read more)
Written on: 24/06/2003 by M Colyer.
Can not fault photo quality on the Samsung Digimax V4. Night shots with long exposure are a treat, just plonk it on a wall and let it take the photo in auto. Best not to drink too much Ouzo or Rak . I look foreward to the V5??!!. Am off to Turkey in September so may well report about that excursion. (read more)
Written on: 26/04/2003 by M Colyer.
Overall, I think this is a really good camera. And that is after 1 months picture taking of everything that moves and many things that don't. (read more)
Written on: 25/03/2003 by Maurice Colyer.
Having upgraded from a Fuji 2.1 Megapixel camera I found the improvement in resolution to be phenomenal. Thought the photos were a bit dark at first but then I read the instruction book and you really do need to. Strong sunlight as backlight can make the foreground look very drab. Spot focusing makes a difference. To a Professional this may seem obvious but it wasn't to me. Now I understand what makes it tick, the piccys are great. However, do convert the jpg. files to tif images before... (read more)