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Quick Links. Download this manual. The illustration shows. Table of Contents. Panasonic digital camera operating instructions pages. Please read these Operating Instructions carefully and keep them handy for future reference. If you wish to discard this product, please contact your local authorities or dealer and ask for the correct method of disposal. Also, be careful when you leave the camera outside or near a window. Page 6 Using the [REC] mode menu For each operation, be sure to refer to the corresponding pages.
Page About The Batteries Panasonic. It has more power than a regular alkaline battery and is suitable for high-drain equipment such as digital cameras.
Clean the battery poles and the battery recharger terminals with a soft, dry cloth. This can damage data. When you turn the camera on, the following screen appears.
Page About The Mode Dial About the Mode Dial When the power is on and you turn the mode dial, you can switch between shooting and playback modes, and also select modes suited to the subject such as the macro mode and scene modes. Page 19 2 Press q. P22 Press [ ] to display menu, enter the setup menu [ ] and select the item. P19 Have the LCD turn off automatically. Page Basic Taking Pictures Select normal picture mode [ The camera automatically sets the shutter speed and the aperture value according to the brightness of the subject.
A Shutter button B Turn the camera on. C The status indicator lights for 1 second. Page Photography Basics - Exposure, Focus, And Colour Photography basics — exposure, focus, and colour A little knowledge about exposure, focus and colour will come in handy when you are having trouble with a shot. Are images dark? In normal picture mode [ Exposure sets the correct exposure for you, but images may be dark if problems there is backlight.
Only the basic functions appear in the menu to make operations simple. The picture data on the card appears when a card is inserted. Page Deleting Pictures Deleting Pictures The picture data on the built-in memory is deleted when a card is not inserted.
The picture data on the card is deleted when a card is inserted. Please double-check before deleting pictures. When r is pressed again, the setting is cancelled. This is useful when you cannot get close to the subject because there is a person in the way. Page Compensating The Exposure Compensating the Exposure Use this function when you cannot achieve appropriate exposure due to the difference of brightness between the subject and the background. Over exposed Compensate the exposure toward negative.
Properly Exposed Compensate the exposure toward positive. Page Scene Mode Scene mode When you select a scene mode to match the subject and recording situation, the camera sets the optimal exposure and hue to obtain the desired picture. P46 Portrait mode The background is blurred and the person stands out with a healthier complexion. P46 Night scenery mode The nightscape can be recorded vividly. P46 Sunset mode Use to take pictures of the sunset.
Sunset colour can be reproduced vividly. Page Motion Picture Mode Motion picture mode 1 Press the shutter button halfway to focus and then press it fully to start recording. Page Recording Which Day Of The Vacation You Take The Picture Recording which day of the vacation you take the picture By setting the departure and return dates, you can record which date of the vacation you take a picture.
Page Take A Picture 8 Take a picture. Page Displaying The Time At The Travel Destination Displaying the time at the travel destination If you set your home area and the travel destination area when traveling abroad etc.
The menu items that can be set differ depending on the recording mode. Page [W. P18 [W. BALANCE] Adjusting the hue for a more natural picture This function allows you to reproduce a white colour closer to the tone in real life on the pictures recorded under sunlight, halogen lighting, etc.
Page [Aspect Ratio] 0. Fewer pixels also means it is easier to send pictures by e-mail or use them on a homepage. Page Displaying Pictures By Recording Date Calendar Playback Displaying pictures by recording date You can display pictures by recording date using the calendar playback function.
Page [Rotate Disp. Even if the pictures were recorded with a Panasonic digital camera, you may not be able to copy them if they were edited with a PC. JPG P Make the necessary settings on your printer beforehand.
OUT] socket of the camera. In normal picture mode [ Initial setting F2. If you drop the batteries accidentally, check to see if the body of the batteries and the terminals are damaged.
The major messages are described below as examples. Format the card again with this camera. Save your data to your computer, then use this unit to reformat the card.
Page Troubleshooting Troubleshooting If you put the menu back to the settings at the time of purchase, the conditions may be improved. Page 98 Conditions The subject is not focused properly. Sometimes two or three pictures are taken with a single press of the shutter button. The recorded picture is blurred. The optical image stabilizer is not effective. Images are grainy or noisy. The brightness or colour of the picture differs from the actual scene.
The brightness of the LCD monitor becomes dark or bright for a moment. The LCD monitor is too bright or dark. Black, red, blue and green dots appear on the LCD monitor. The picture is not played back. The picture is displayed with a date different from the actual recording date in calendar playback. Cannot play motion pictures on a television. Cannot upload pictures to your computer.
The computer does not recognise the card. Page Conditions The AF assist lamp does not turn on. The camera gets hot. The lens clicks. The clock setting is reset. Images appear slightly distorted. Strange colours appear around the edge of the image. File numbers are not created in order. Page Dedicated jack 8 pin Type1 jack This manual is also suitable for: Lumix dmc-ls70 Lumix dmc-ls Print page 1 Print document pages. Cancel Delete. Sign In OR. Don't have an account? Sign up! Restore password.
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