I've got a Samsung WB600 camera, which is supposed to be very good for a "point and shoot" camera.
Problem is, it is misbehaving badly. Besides taking ages to process a shot, it has this funny noise that appears when playing back captured 720p videos. It's like faint mechanical noise, as if the camera's lens keeps moving, or almost as if it was a film camera and you can hear the motor running. The noise also appears when playing back the files after uploading them to a computer.
Samsung had a look at it under warranty, and determined that it was a problem with the SD card I've been using. I've since replaced the card at PB Tech (thanks guys), but the issues remain.
So I tried other brands, and nothing seems to help. So far I've tried a Panasonic class 4, a Sandisk class 4 and an Apacer class 10.
Before I invest any more money in cards, can someone tell me:
1) Does this even sound like a card issue, or should I go back to Samsung and tell them they are wrong?
2) If it is a card issue, can you recommend a card/class combination for me?