Panasonic LUMIX DMC-F1PP user manual

User manual for the device Panasonic LUMIX DMC-F1PP

Device: Panasonic LUMIX DMC-F1PP
Size: 4,83 MB
Date of adding : 2014-04-22 15:27:48
Number of pages: 100
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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 broadcast Digital Camera. Please read these material for purposes other than your Operating Instructions carefully and keep own private use may infringe copyright them handy for future reference. laws. Even for the purpose of private use, recording of certain material may be

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Safety FCC Note: (U.S. only) Trade Name: Panasonic Model No.: DMC-F1 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, u

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Taking Pictures using Spot Mode........ 44 Contents Compensating the Exposure ............... 45 Taking Pictures using Auto Exposure (AE) Bracket...................................... 46 Safety Using the AF/AE Lock.......................... 47 Information for Your Safety ....................2 Picture Adjustment (Natural/Standard/Vivid).................... 48 Preparation Setting the White Balance ................... 49 Standard Accessories ............................5 Setting ISO Se

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16 Preparation Preparation Digital Camera Accessory Order Form Others (For USA Customers) ....................... 93 The Menu Items ...................................82 Request for Service Notice.................. 94 Cautions for Use ..................................84 Limited Warranty (For USA Only)........ 95 Warning Indications..............................88 Customer Services Directory Troubleshooting ...................................89 (For USA Only) ........................

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R E V DISPLAY MENU SET W T I E 12 8 Preparation Preparation Names of the Components [Front View] 1 Flash Sensor (P33) 1 2 3 4 2 Flash 3 Lens 4 Self-timer Indicator (P35) 5 Lens Barrel 6 Strap Eyelet (P18) 7 Lens Cover 7 5 6 [Top View] 8 Microphone (P29, P36, P66) 910 11 13 9 Mode Dial (P22) 10 Single/Burst Mode Button (P52) 11 Shutter Button (P21) 12 Power Switch (P17) 13 Zoom Button (P30, P31) [Back View] 14 Optical finder (P20, P25) 14 15 16 1718 15 Status Indicator (P17) 16 Flash

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Preparation [Left View] 26 A/V OUT Socket (P76) 27 USB Socket (5pin) (P77) A/V OUT 28 Terminal Door 26 USB 27 28 [Right View] 29 DC IN Socket (P14) 30 Memory Card/Battery Door (P12, P15) 31 DC IN Terminal Door (P14) 30 DC IN 29 31 [Bottom View] 32 Tripod Receptacle 32 [Battery Charger/AC Adaptor] 1 1 AC Input Terminal 2 2 [POWER] Indicator 3 3 [CHARGE] Indicator 4 4 Battery Attachment Section 5 DC Output Terminal 5 7

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Preparation LCD Monitor Display 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 2048 25 24 COOL 8 9 H 11 23 22 13 21 14 20 15 19 18 1 10:00 JAN.1.2003 F2.8 1/250 17 16 19 Current date and time (P24) [In recording] 1 REC mode (P22)  It is displayed for about 5 seconds after turning on the power or setting 2 Flash mode (P32) the clock. 3 White balance (P49) 20 : Spot AF area (P44) 4 ISO sensitivity (P51) 5 Picture size (P37) 21 : Spot metering target (P44) 6 Quality (data compression ratio) (P38) 22 Focus indication

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Preparation 1 3 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 2 4 5 7 2048 8 7 1/10 9 8 9 10 11 12 AUTO 10 10:00 JAN.1.2003 13 10:00 JAN 11 [In recording in Simple mode] [In playback] 1 Flash mode (P32) 1 Playback mode 2 Burst mode (P52) 2 DPOF (P60) (White): 3 Focus indication (P27) DPOF setting for printing 4 Shutter Jiggle alert (P26) (Green): 5 Picture mode (P27) DPOF setting for Slide Show (Green with DPOF number): 6 Battery indicator (P13) DPOF setting for printing and 7 Frame remain Slide Show 8 Zoom (P3

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Preparation Charging the Battery 1 Connect the AC cable.  The [POWER] indicator lights. 1 A 2 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 2 turns off, charging is finished.  Charging is finished in 90 minutes. 4 Remove the battery from the AC adaptor. 4 • The battery cannot be charged when the DC cabl

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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]  Check that the power switch is set to [OFF] and the lens is stored. 1 1 Connect the AC cable. 2 Open the DC IN terminal door 1.  It is also possible to connect the DC cable to the camera with the Memory Card/battery door opened. 3 3 Connect the DC cable (supplied) to the camera.  The camera becomes warm duri

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Preparation Using the LCD Monitor Every time you press the [DISPLAY] button, the display of the LCD Monitor changes as DISPLAY shown below. [In recording] 2048 19 [In playback] 2048 2048 100 0001 100 0001 1/10 1/10 F 2.8 1/200 AUTO 10:00 JAN.1.2003 10:00 JAN.1.2003 19

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