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Model No. DMC-TZ7/DMC-ZS3
Before use, please read these instructions completely.
All descriptions and logos pertaining to HDMI, VIERA Link,
AVCHD Lite, and Dolby pertain to DMC-TZ7/DMC-ZS3 only.
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Instructions (PDF format) recorded on
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-If you see this symbol- Dear Customer, How to replace the fuse THE SOCKET OUTLET SHALL BE We would like to take this opportunity to Information on Disposal in other The location of the fuse differ according INSTALLED NEAR THE EQUIPMENT thank you for purchasing this Panasonic Countries outside the European to the type of AC cable (figures A and B). AND SHALL BE EASILY ACCESSIBLE. Digital Camera. Please read these Union Confirm the AC cable fitted and follow Operating Instructions caref
About the battery charger When in use CAUTION! Camera may become warm if used for long periods of time, but this is not a fault. • DO NOT INSTALL OR PLACE THIS To avoid jitter, use a tripod and place in a stable location. UNIT IN A BOOKCASE, BUILT-IN (Especially when using telescopic zoom, lower shutter speeds, or self-timer) CABINET OR IN ANOTHER Keep the camera as far away as possible from electromagnetic equipment (such as microwave ovens, TVs, video games etc.). CONFINED SPACE. ENSURE
Contents Before use Read first To prevent damage and faults Before use Basics Do a test shot first! Avoid shocks, vibration, and pressure Before use .............................................. 7 Basic shooting operation ........ 17 Check first to see if you can take pictures • A void exposing the camera to strong Read first .......................................................7 Holding the camera/ and record sounds (motion pictures/ vibration or shock; e.g. dropping or To prevent d
Before use Standard Names of parts (Continued) Accessories To prevent damage and faults Part numbers are as of February 2009 Mode dial Release lever (P.12) Battery Pack Lens ( P.18, P.20) DMW-BCG10E • If lens is dirty: Charge the battery before use. Shutter button Images may appear slightly white if lens is (referred to in this manual as ‘battery’) dirty (fingerprints, etc.). ( P.17, P.19) Battery Charger Turn the power on, hold the extracted lens DE-A66B Camera ON/OFF switch (P.14
Charging battery Always charge before first use! (not sold pre-charged) About batteries that you can use with this unit (as of February 2009) The battery life The battery that can be used with this unit is DMW-BCG10E. Figures may be reduced if intervals between recordings are longer; if flash, zoom, or LCD MODE are used frequently; or in colder climates (depends on actual usage). It has been found that counterfeit battery packs which look very similar to the Number of recordable Approx. 3
Inserting battery and card Battery Set the camera ON/OFF switch to OFF Picture save destination (cards and built-in memory) (check orientation) Slide to the ‘OPEN’ position Pictures will be saved to a card if one is inserted, or to the built-in memory if not. Card and open the lid (check orientation) Compatible memory cards (optional) OPEN SD memory card/ The following SD standard-based cards (Panasonic brand recommended) SDHC memory card • SD memory cards (8 MB - 2 GB) Do not touch termina
To enable optimum usage of the ( The clock is not set when the camera, various functions can Setting the clock Using menus camera is shipped.) be activated and setting can be changed from the menus. (Example) Change ‘VOLUME’ in SETUP menu when in NORMAL PICTURE mode. Set REC/PLAY switch to before turning on power. (REC/PLAY switch , Mode dial ) Turn on the power Bring up the menu Press ▲▼ to select the language, and press ‘MENU/SET’. Camera ON/OFF switch (The language select screen is not
To enable optimum usage of the Basic shooting operation camera, various functions can Please set the clock before (Continued) Using menus be activated and setting can be shooting (P.14). changed from the menus. Turn on the power Menu type Status indicator illuminated for approx. 1 second. REC menu REC menu REC menu Shutter button MOTION PICTURE menu Set to Changing image preferences : Pictures and motion • Make settings such as white pictures can be taken. balance, sensitivity, a
Basic shooting operation Basic shooting operation Please set the clock before Please set the clock before shooting (P.14). shooting (P.14). (Continued) Turn on the power Holding the camera/Direction detection function Status indicator illuminated for • Stand with your arms close to your body and with approx. 1 second. AF assist lamp your legs apart. Shutter button Flash • Do not touch the lens. • Do not block the microphone when recording audio. Set to (P.9) : Pictures and motion •
Taking picture with automatic settings Basic shooting operation Please set the clock before ‘INTELLIGENT AUTO Mode’ shooting (P.14). (Continued) Mode: Optimum settings are made automatically from information such as ‘face’, ‘movement’, ‘brightness’, and ‘distance’ just by pointing the camera at the subject, meaning that clear Holding the camera/Direction detection function pictures can be taken without the need to make settings manually. • Stand with your arms close to your body and with
Taking picture with automatic settings ‘INTELLIGENT AUTO mode’ (Continued) Mode: Backlight compensation Face Detection and Face Recognition Backlight refers to the light that shines from behind the subject. When this occurs, the subject appears darker, and so backlighting is automatically corrected by increasing the If the camera automatically identifies the scene and determines that people appear brightness of the entire image. as subjects in the image ( or ), Face Detection is activated, a
Taking pictures with your own settings ‘NORMAL PICTURE mode’ Mode: Using REC menu to change settings and set up your own recording environment. Align focus for desired composition Useful when subject is not in centre of picture. Turn on the power First adjust focus according to subject Status indicator illuminated for Shutter button Subjects/environments which may approx. 1 second. make focusing difficult: Zoom lever • Fast-moving or extremely bright Hold down objects, or objects with no
Taking pictures/motion pictures with zoom Taking pictures with flash Mode: Mode: You can zoom in up to 12 times with ‘optical zoom’, and up to 21.4 times with ‘Extra optical zoom’ Display ‘FLASH’ (pictures only) with lower picture quality. You can also use ‘digital zoom’ to zoom in even further. Do not block the lens barrel movement Zoom In/Out while zooming. Restore Enlarge Select the desired type Turn to W side Turn to T side Focus range Zoom ratio (appro
(NORMAL PLAY) Taking images with self-timer Viewing your pictures Mode: REC/PLAY switch: We recommend using a tripod. This is also effective for correcting jitter when pressing the When there is no card inserted, the pictures played back from the built-in memory. shutter button, by setting the self timer to 2 seconds. (Clipboard pictures can only be played back in CLIPBOARD mode.) Display ‘SELFTIMER’ Zoom lever Set to Select time duration Scroll through pictures File number
Deleting pictures Reading the Operating Instructions (PDF format) REC/PLAY switch: Pictures deleted will be from card if card is inserted, or from built-in memory if the card is Please also refer to Operating Instructions (PDF format) recorded on the CD-ROM not inserted. Deleted pictures cannot be recovered. containing the Operating Instructions (supplied). You can learn about advanced operation methods and check the Troubleshooting. Set to For Windows Press to delete displayed picture 1
LCD monitor 3.0” low-temperature polycrystalline TFT LCD (Approx. 460,800 dots) (field of view ratio about 100 %) Flash Flash range: (ISO AUTO) Approx. 60 cm to 5.3 m (Wide) Specifications DMC-TZ7/ DMC-ZS3 AUTO, AUTO/Red-eye reduction, Forced flash ON (Forced flash ON/ Red-eye reduction), Slow sync./Red-eye reduction, Forced flash OFF Microphone Stereo Digital Camera: Information for your safety Speaker Monaural Power Source DC 5.1 V Recording media Built-in Memory (Approx. 40 MB)/SD Memory Car
LCD monitor 2.7” amorphous silicon TFT LCD (Approx. 230,400 dots) (field of view ratio about 100 %) Flash Flash range: (ISO AUTO) Approx. 60 cm to 5.3 m (Wide) Specifications DMC-TZ6/ DMC-ZS1 AUTO, AUTO/Red-eye reduction, Forced flash ON (Forced flash ON/ Red-eye reduction), Slow sync./Red-eye reduction, Forced flash OFF Microphone Monaural Digital Camera: Information for your safety Speaker Monaural Power Source DC 5.1 V Recording media Built-in Memory (Approx. 40 MB)/SD Memory Card/SDHC Memor
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