Originally Posted by carnagecjb
Somehow I never noticed this.
And now I can never not notice this.
Hopefully it is a firmware / software bug, and not a hardware one...
All software, but much of it is tied to values it's reading off of the CMOS. The camera uses software to do all of the tasks needed to set focus, aperture, shutter, noise compensation, compression, filters, exposure compensation, film speed (or its digital equivalent), everything.
But...you could always use a 3rd party to confirm.
Samsung knows a thing or two about digital cameras, so I'm certain that this could be fixed.
I haven't had any issues akin to that which you're describing, yet I don't expect much from a tiny chip crammed with so many sensors in anything but outdoor lighting, so I likely haven't a baseline.
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