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Safety FCC Note: (U.S. only) Trade Name: Panasonic Model No.: DMC-FZ1 This equipment has been tested and Responsible party:Matsushita Electric found to comply with the limits for a Corporation of Class B digital device, pursuant to Part America One 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are Panasonic Way, designed to provide reasonable Secaucus, NJ protection against harmful interference 07094 in a residential installation. This Support Contact: Panasonic equipment generates,
Taking Pictures using Panning Mode ...... 47 Contents Taking Pictures using Night Portrait Safety Mode.................................................... 48 Taking Pictures using Spot Mode ............ 49 Information for Your Safety ........................2 Compensating the Exposure ................... 50 Taking Pictures using Auto Exposure Preparation (AE) Bracket ........................................ 51 Standard Accessories ................................5 Using the AF/AE Lo
Preparation Preparation Digital Camera Accessory Order Form Others (For USA Customers) ........................ 100 The Menu Items .......................................89 Request for Service Notice .................... 101 Cautions for Use.......................................91 Limited Warranty (For USA Only).......... 102 Warning Indications..................................95 Customer Services Directory Troubleshooting........................................96 (For USA Only) ..
R E V Preparation Preparation Names of the Components [Front View] 1 Flash Sensor (P36) 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 2 Lens 3Flash 4 Microphone (P41, P73) 5 Self-timer Indicator (P40) 6 Strap Eyelet (P21) [Top View] 12 7 Mode Dial (P25) 8 Shutter Button (P24) 11 9 Single/Burst Mode Button (P58) 10 10 Zoom Lever (P33, P34) 11 Lens Ring (P19, P59) 12 Lens Barrel [Back View] 79 8 13 Viewfinder (P18, P23) 14 Diopter Adjustment Dial (P18) 15 Flash Open Button (P35) 13 1415 16 1718 19 16 DISPLAY Button (
Preparation [Left View] 28 A/V OUT Socket (P83) 29 USB Socket (5pin) (P84) 30 Terminal Door 28 29 30 [Right View] 31 DC IN Socket (P14) 32 DC IN Terminal Door (P14) 31 32 [Bottom View] 33 Memory Card/Battery Door (P12, P15) 34 Memory Card/Battery Door Open Lever (P12, P15) 35 Tripod Receptacle 33 34 35 [Battery Charger/AC Adaptor] 1 AC Input Terminal 1 2 [POWER] Indicator 2 3 [CHARGE] Indicator 3 4 Battery Attachment Section 4 5 DC Output Terminal 5 7
Preparation LCD Monitor Display/Viewfinder Display 12 34 5 6 7 27 26 OFF 8 25 9 10 11 24 23 12 13 22 21 14 15 20 19 :00 JAN FOCUS F2.8 1/2 F 18 17 16 [In recording] 19 Auto Bracket (P51) 1 REC mode 20 Current date and time (P27) 2 Flash mode (P35) It is displayed for about 5 seconds after turning on the power or 3 White balance (P55) setting the clock. 4 ISO sensitivity (P57) 21 : Spot AF area (P49) 5 Picture size (P42) 6 Quality (data compression ratio) 22 : Spot metering targe
Preparation 1 2 3 4 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 57 16 8 7 9 8 9 10 11 12 I 10 F2.8 1/250 10:00 JAN.1.2003 13 10:00 JAN.1.2 11 [Recording in Simple mode] [In playback] 1 Flash mode (P35) 1 Playback mode 2 Burst mode (P58) 2DPOF (P67) 3 Focus indication (P30) (White): DPOF setting for printing 4 Shutter Jiggle alert (P29) (Green): 5 Picture mode (P30) DPOF setting for Slide Show 6 Battery indicator (P13) (Green with DPOF number): DPOF setting for printing and 7 Frame remain Slide Show 8 Zoom (P3
R E V Preparation Quick Guide Prepare the following items. Camera Battery 1 Card AC adaptor AC cable Check that the power switch is set to [OFF] and the lens is stored. Close the flash. (P36) [Preparation] 1 Charge the battery. (1 # 2) (P11) 34 Charging is finished in about 2 90 minutes. 2 Slide the lever in the direction of the arrow to open the Memory Card/ battery door. 5 3 Insert the battery into the camera. (P12) 4 Insert the Card into the camera. (P15) 5 Close
Preparation Charging the Battery 1 Connect the AC cable. 1 The [POWER] indicator A lights. THE SOCKET OUTLET SHALL BE INSTALLED NEAR THE EQUIPMENT AND SHALL BE EASILY ACCESSIBLE. 2 Attach the battery to the AC adaptor. (1 # 2) The [CHARGE] indicator B lights and charging starts. 3 When the [CHARGE] indicator B turns off, charging is finished. 2 Charging is finished in about 90 minutes. 4 Remove the battery from the AC adaptor. • The battery cannot be charged when the DC
Preparation Inserting the Battery [Preparation] Check that the power switch is set to [OFF] and the lens is stored. Close the flash. (P36) 1 3 [Inserting the battery] 1 Slide the lever in the direction of the arrow to open the Memory Card/ battery door. 1 1 2 Insert the charged battery all the way in, until it is locked. 3 Close the Memory Card/battery door. 2 [Removing the battery] 1 Open the Memory Card/battery door. 2 Slide the lock 1 in the direction of the arrow to remove
Preparation ª Battery indicator The remaining battery power is displayed on the LCD monitor/Viewfinder. (This is not displayed when using AC adaptor) : The battery power is sufficient : The remaining power is a little low : The remaining power is low : Recharge or replace the battery ª Charging time and available recording time Measured under the following conditions: Shooting once every 30 seconds, flash every other shot. Measured using supplied 8 MB SD Memory Card. Temper
Preparation Connecting to an Electrical Outlet If you use an AC adaptor as indicated in 3, you can use the camera without worrying about battery discharge. [Preparation] 1 Check that the power switch is set to [OFF] and the lens is stored. 1 Connect the AC cable. 2 Open the DC IN terminal door 1. 3 Connect the DC cable (supplied) to 3 the camera. The camera becomes warm during use. However, this is not a malfunction. Disconnect the AC adaptor and DC cable when the camera i
Preparation Inserting the Card [Preparation] Check that the power switch is set to [OFF] and the lens is stored. Close the flash. (P36) 1 [Inserting the card] 3 1 Slide the lever in the direction of the arrow to open the Memory Card/ battery door. 2 Insert the card all the way in until it 1 1 clicks. Check the direction of the card. Cards can be installed backwards. If this occurs the card will protrude slightly and the door will not close. Please pay special attention w
Preparation ª Access to the card ª SD Memory Card (supplied) and MultiMediaCard (optional) When the card is being accessed, the card access indication 1 lights. The SD Memory Card and MultiMediaCard are small, lightweight, 1600 removable external cards. The SD Memory Card is equipped with a write protection switch that can inhibit writing and formatting. (When the switch is moved towards the [LOCK] side, it is not possible to write or delete data on the card and format it. W
Preparation Turning Power on/off 1 Set the power switch to [ON]. The power indicator 1 lights. 2 Set the power switch to [OFF]. 1,2 OFF≥ ≥ON ª Power indicator Lighting: OFF≥ ≥ON When turning the power switch to [ON] Blinking: When the Memory Card/battery door is opened When the card is not inserted When no space is left on the card When the card is protected during recording When you start recording with the lens cap attached When the remaining battery power is low
Preparation Adjusting the Viewfinder (Diopter Adjustment) This camera’s Viewfinder offers a diopter adjustment. It allows the user to make adjustments related to each user’s individual vision characteristics. Please adjust this 1 feature before using the camera. [Preparation] Press [DISPLAY] button to make the Viewfinder display. 1 Adjust the diopter, rotating the diopter adjustment dial. 1 18
Preparation Attaching the Lens Hood When using the camera in bright sunlight, the 1 lens hood should be installed. This will minimize lens flare and ghosting, thus improving the overall quality of the photo. [Preparation] Check that the power switch is set to [OFF] and the lens barrel is stored. Close the flash. (P36) 1 Remove the lens ring. 2 2 Attach the lens hood adaptor 1 (supplied). The mark ±,¥ will be the opposite side of the camera. 3 Attach the lens hood 2 (suppli
Preparation ª Temporarily storing the lens hood You can store the lens hood in the camera temporarily. Please do not take a picture with the lens hood stored. [Preparation] Check that the power switch is set to [OFF] and the lens barrel is stored. 1 Close the flash. (P36) 1 Remove the lens hood. 2 Reverse the lens hood and attach it. Attach the lens hood adjusting the mark ± of the lens hood adaptor to the mark of the lens hood, and rotate the lens hood to the right. 3 Att
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