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Viewfinder image - "UPSIDE DOWN"
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Aug 30, 2013 16:08:38   #
kamicota
 
Hi all

This is getting more frustrating by the week - it is a Samsung NX10 and the image in the viewfinder IS "upside down"

Have and AM still searching internet and other Samsung forums but no success yet.

Even phoned Samsung 1-800 # in Canada but did not get anywhere - but will try there again

Has anyone any ideas or solutions for this

Cheers for years
Colin
 
Aug 30, 2013 16:10:14   #
GoofyNewfie (a regular here)
 
Check to see if you have the Australian version.
(Sorry, couldn't resist)
Good luck!

APS-C sensor?
Another one to consider. (I'm in the market)
Let us know when you get a fix and give a review!
Aug 30, 2013 16:13:35   #
kamicota
 
Now that coming from a --->>> GoofyNewfie in Kansas City is JUST Hilarious :lol: :lol: :lol:

I really needed that - really mean it :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

Yes an APS-C sensor same as my 14MP NX100

Curious - WHAT are you in the market for???

Cheers for years
Colin
Aug 30, 2013 16:19:50   #
tramsey (a regular here)
 
I haven't ever heard of that. But just be patient and someone will come around and tell you what to do.

If things go from bad to worse we have a camera repairman here on the forum, Rick Riggins. I've had him do some work for me and so have several others on the forum. He does a good job and doesn't charge an arm and leg. He has a web site, here's a link

http://www.discountcamerarepair.com/

Good luck
Aug 30, 2013 16:26:03   #
kamicota
 
Thank you tramsey

have no problems having cameras IR Converted by Kolarivison in New Jersey but to send to Denver may be a little to out of my league.

As also may be after a NX1000 to convert too and struggle along with the NX10 - but do NOT really want to.

Even Samsung Service centers here in Canada are 1500 Miles away in Vancouver

So seems as if I am in a catch 22 situation eh??? :roll:

Cheers for years
Colin
Aug 30, 2013 16:32:07   #
GoofyNewfie (a regular here)
 
kamicota wrote:
Now that coming from a --->>> GoofyNewfie in Kansas City is JUST Hilarious :lol: :lol: :lol:

I really needed that - really mean it :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

Yes an APS-C sensor same as my 14MP NX100

Curious - WHAT are you in the market for???

Cheers for years
Colin


Looking for something better than a Point &
Shoot. Fuji x100s may be a bit too rich for my wallet.
I won't be ditching the DSLR's, they'll just stay at work.

The view from here to the ocean is a wee bit too far.
 
Aug 30, 2013 16:33:04   #
St3v3M (a regular here)
 
Google says:
http://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/51721992
- one answer is to update the Firmware
- another is to remove the battery and do a Reset
http://photography.forumsee.com/a/m/s/p12-19173-0247587--nx10-viewfinder-image-upside-down-amp-firmware.html
- If I flip open the lcd screen of the P7700 while turning it on,then either the image is upside down, or flipped left to right including the text on the screen. Funny to the point of being sad. Reopening the screen or turning the camera off and on solves this.
Aug 30, 2013 16:34:26   #
rpavich (a regular here)
 
Whoops...I noticed that I copied what steve already said....
Aug 30, 2013 16:40:13   #
GoofyNewfie (a regular here)
 
rpavich wrote:
I take it that in the past the image has been right side up?

I take it that you've upgraded to the latest firmware and have done a full reset...

Other than that...I couldn't find any info either...it's perplexing.


( still think it's an Aussie version)
Aug 30, 2013 16:43:20   #
norvik1943
 
GoofyNewfie wrote:
Check to see if you have the Australian version.
(Sorry, couldn't resist)
Good luck!

APS-C sensor?
Another one to consider. (I'm in the market)
Let us know when you get a fix and give a review!


I'd have thot Polish version but that's blasé.
Aug 30, 2013 16:45:37   #
norvik1943
 
kamicota wrote:
Hi all

the image in the viewfinder IS "upside down"



Odd, I'd have thought you had a Graflex or other LF camera with display screens.
 
Aug 30, 2013 16:52:48   #
kamicota
 
Hi all

Firmware was updated after I got it converted to Full Spectrum IR - when I noticed image was upside down

And can HONESTLY say I never really noticed if it came "Right Side" up

Body Firmware is 1.32
Lens Firmware is 1.10

Which I believe is the most recent

Cheers for years
Colin
Aug 30, 2013 16:53:55   #
kamicota
 
norvik1943

--->>> Odd, I'd have thought you had a Graflex or other LF camera with display screens.

You lost me here

Cheers for years
Colin
Aug 30, 2013 16:57:13   #
norvik1943
 
I googled NX10 and got this info. Photo as well. Based on description, difficult to understand why the live-view image is upside down. Are you using the Samsung lenses? No adapters with other mfg lenses?


"As with Micro Four Thirds the key to NX is that it allows the cameras to be slimmer by removing the mirror box and optical viewfinder and replacing them with an all-live view system (using the sensor itself to display a preview image on the screen or electronic viewfinder). The flange-back (lens mount to sensor) distance is reduced by around 40% to 25.5mm, the lens mount itself is shrunk and the net result is a camera with an SLR-sized sensor and interchangeable lenses, but in a considerably smaller package."


Aug 30, 2013 17:00:43   #
kamicota
 
St3v3M

By the way those two links were my queries

And I did reset the camera - download the 1.20 Firmware and then the 1.32 was installed

Cheers for years
Colin
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