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LC80GN.book 1 ページ ２００４年６月１７日 木曜日 午前１０時１８分
Before use, please read these
LC80GN.book 2 ページ ２００４年６月１７日 木曜日 午前１０時１８分 Safety Safety Dear Customer, Carefully observe copyright laws. We would like to take this opportunity to Recording of pre-recorded tapes or thank you for purchasing this Panasonic discs or other published or Digital Camera. Please read these broadcast material for purposes Operating Instructions carefully and other than your own private use may keep them handy for future reference. infringe copyright laws. Even for the purpose of private use, reco
LC80GN.book 3 ページ ２００４年６月１７日 木曜日 午前１０時１８分 Safety Extremely high precision technology is employed to produce the LCD monitor screen. The result is more than 99.99% effective pixels with a mere 0.01% of the pixels inactive or always lit. However, this is not a malfunction and does not affect the recorded pictures. 3
LC80GN.book 4 ページ ２００４年６月１７日 木曜日 午前１０時１８分 Contents Safety Recording pictures Information for Your Safety ................. 2 (advanced) Using the Mode Dial.......................... 45 Preparation Taking Pictures using Standard Accessories ......................... 6 Economy Mode ....................... 45 Names of the Components ................. 7 Taking Pictures using Quick Guide ........................................ 9 Macro Mode ............................ 46 Charging the Batterie
LC80GN.book 5 ページ ２００４年６月１７日 木曜日 午前１０時１８分 Playback (advanced) Playing Back Pictures with Audio (DMC-LC80/DMC-LC70) ............... 62 Playing Back Motion Images............. 63 Rotating the Picture........................... 64 Setting the Picture to be Printed and the Number of Prints (DPOF Print Setting)...................... 65 Preventing Accidental Erasure of the Picture ................................. 69 Playing Back with Slide Show........... 71 Adding Audio to Recorded Pictures (Audi
LC80GN.book 6 ページ ２００４年６月１７日 木曜日 午前１０時１８分 Preparation Preparation Standard Accessories Before using your camera, check the contents. ∫ SD Memory Card (16 MB) ∫ AV Cable (DMC-LC80/DMC-LC70) RP-SD016B K1HB08CD0003 (In the text, it is indicated as “Card”) ∫ Video Cable (DMC-LC50) K1HB08CD0006 ∫ Batteries AA Ni-MH (nickel-metal hydride) ∫ USB Connection Cable K1HB08CD0008 ∫ Battery Charger DE-894A ∫ CD-ROM ∫ AC Cable K2CJ2DA00002 or K2CJ2DA00011 ∫ Strap VFC4057 6
LC80GN.book 7 ページ ２００４年６月１７日 木曜日 午前１０時１８分 Preparation Preparation Names of the Components 1 Strap Eyelet 13 2 4 2 Self-timer Indicator (P38) 3Flash 4 Lens 5 Lens Cover 6 LCD Monitor (P23, 88) 5 7 Optical Finder 8 Power Indicator (P26) 9 Status Indicator (P17, 26, 35) 67 8 910 11 10 Mode Dial (refer to next page) 11 Single/Burst Mode Button (P39) 12 Cursor buttons 2/Self-timer Button (P38) 4/REVIEW/SET Button (P32) 1/Flash Mode Button (P34) 3/Exposure Compensation (P36)/ Auto Bracket (P37)/Whi
LC80GN.book 8 ページ ２００４年６月１７日 木曜日 午前１０時１８分 Preparation 21 Terminal Cover 21 A A 22 23 (DMC-LC50) (DMC-LC50) (DMC-LC50) (DMC-LC70) (DMC-LC80) (DMC-LC70) 22 [DC IN] Socket * 23 [DIGITAL] (P82, 84) / [AV OUT] 24 (P79) Socket (DMC-LC80/ DMC-LC70) [DIGITAL] (P82, 84) / [V.OUT] (P79) 25 26 Socket (DMC-LC50) 24 Card Door (P18) * When you use the AC adaptor (optional, DMW-AC2), do not extend the DC cable connected to the camera. 25 Tripod Receptacle 26 Battery Door (P16) ª The Mode Dial Select the
LC80GN.book 9 ページ ２００４年６月１７日 木曜日 午前１０時１８分 Preparation Quick Guide This is the summary of operations for recording on the camera. Refer to the corresponding pages for each operation in detail. 1 Check the batteries and the card. 3 Take pictures. Insert the supplied batteries or new Set the clock. (P19) batteries. (P16) 1 Set the mode dial to the Normal (When using the Ni-MH (nickel-metal recording mode [ ]. hydride) batteries, insert the batteries 2 Press the shutter button and take
LC80GN.book 10 ページ ２００４年６月１７日 木曜日 午前１０時１８分 Preparation Charging the Batteries Charge the batteries before use (when using Ni-MH batteries). Confirm that batteries are inserted 1 Insert the batteries into the battery properly. charger. Disconnect the charger from the electrical outlet after the charging is completed. Use Panasonic AA Ni-MH batteries (nickel-metal hydride) (supplied). ª Environment/charge error Charge in a place with a surrounding temperature of 0 – 40oC (also
LC80GN.book 11 ページ ２００４年６月１７日 木曜日 午前１０時１８分 Preparation About the Battery ª Recommended batteries Use Panasonic AA Ni-MH batteries (nickel-metal hydride) (supplied) or AA Alkaline batteries. (We recommend that you use Panasonic batteries.) • The performance of the batteries may vary depending on brand or storage terms/condition of the battery. It may cause malfunction or the available recording time may become shorter. As the ambient temperature decreases, the battery performance and capa
LC80GN.book 12 ページ ２００４年６月１７日 木曜日 午前１０時１８分 Preparation ª Batteries that cannot be used The following batteries cannot be used. Batteries where part or their entire outer covering jacket has been removed or partially peeled away. Batteries that have “flattened” ends that would prevent a proper connection from being made with internal battery contacts. All or part of the seal of batteries are - polarity is flat peeled off ª Proper Care and Handling of the Batteries If you mishandle the
LC80GN.book 13 ページ ２００４年６月１７日 木曜日 午前１０時１８分 Preparation If any leakage from the battery is noted, avoid direct skin contact. Remove the battery and clean as much of the foreign substance as possible. Contact your local service centre for assistance if necessary. ª Ni-MH Battery (Nickel Metal Hydride) The battery charger should only be used with the Ni-MH batteries. Do not attempt to charge non-rechargeable batteries. Please be aware of the following issues; If any oxidation or foreign sub
LC80GN.book 14 ページ ２００４年６月１７日 木曜日 午前１０時１８分 Preparation Even if the battery power depletes when leaving them unused for a while, the battery power may recover. However, they will not be usable, so replace them with new ones once the battery power depletes. ª About the Battery Consumption Recordable number under CIPA Standards Batteries Recordable number Fully charged Panasonic Ni-MH (nickel-metal hydride) batteries Approx. 320 still pictures (supplied) Panasonic Alkaline batteries Approx.
LC80GN.book 15 ページ ２００４年６月１７日 木曜日 午前１０時１８分 Preparation Recordable number when the LCD monitor is turned off (The LCD monitor is off / Other recording conditions are the same as specified in CIPA Standards) Batteries Recordable number Fully charged Panasonic Ni-MH (nickel-metal hydride) batteries Approx. 850 still pictures (supplied) Panasonic Alkaline batteries Approx. 400 still pictures The remaining battery life lasts longer when you use the camera with the LCD monitor turned off. Conti
LC80GN.book 16 ページ ２００４年６月１７日 木曜日 午前１０時１８分 Preparation Inserting/Removing the Batteries Preparation Check that the camera is turned off and that the lens is retracted. Use AA Ni-MH batteries (nickel-metal hydride) or AA Alkaline batteries. 1 Slide the door in the direction of 3 Slide the door in the direction of the arrow to open the battery door. the arrow to close the battery door. 2 Insert the batteries observing the direction of the + and - ¬Suggestions/Tips ¬ polarities. If you w
LC80GN.book 17 ページ ２００４年６月１７日 木曜日 午前１０時１８分 Preparation About the Card ª Access to the card ª SD Memory Card (supplied) and MultiMediaCard (optional) While the card is being accessed, the status indicator 1 and card access The SD Memory Card and indication 2 light. MultiMediaCard are small, lightweight, removable external memory cards. The reading/writing speed of an SD Memory Card is fast. The SD Memory Card is equipped with a Write-Protect switch that can inhibit writing and formattin
LC80GN.book 18 ページ ２００４年６月１７日 木曜日 午前１０時１８分 Preparation Inserting/Removing the Card Preparation Check that the camera is turned off and that the lens is retracted. 1 Slide the door in the direction of 3 Close the card door. the arrow to open the card door. If the card door cannot be completely closed, remove the card and insert it again. The card may be damaged if it is ª Removing the Card removed while the camera is on. When removing the card, press the card We recommend using Pana
LC80GN.book 19 ページ ２００４年６月１７日 木曜日 午前１０時１８分 Preparation Setting the Date/Time (Clock Set) ª Initial setting 2 Set date, time and order. The clock is not set when the camera is shipped. When you turn the camera on, CLOCK SET the clock setting screen appears. 10 :00 11. MAR .2004 D/M/Y PLEASE SET THE CLOCK CLOCK SET MENU MENU SELECT SET EXIT WB WB When pressing the [MENU] button, the screen shown in step 2 appears. Set the clock on it. 2/1: Select the desired item. 3/4: Set date and time
LC80GN.book 20 ページ ２００４年６月１７日 木曜日 午前１０時１８分 Preparation Setup Menu 1 Turn the camera on. 4 Select the desired item. 12 1 / REC SETUP 3 MONITOR AUTO REVIEW WB OFF 1SEC. 3SEC. ZOOM BEEP POWER SAVE 2MIN. SELECT SET EXIT MENU When rotating the zoom lever 2 toward T, the page of the menu screen can be forwarded. (vice versa) The power indicator 1 lights. 5 Set the desired value. 2 Press the [MENU] button. 1 / REC SETUP 3 1 / REC 3 SETUP MONITOR W.BALANCE AUTO WB AUTO REVIEW AUTO SENSITIVITY OF
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