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Before Use Before Use Dear Customer, Information for Your Thank you for choosing Panasonic! Safety You have purchased one of the most sophisticated and reliable products on the market today. Used properly, we’re sure it will bring you and your family years of WARNING: enjoyment. Please take time to fill in the TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, information on the below. ELECTRIC SHOCK OR PRODUCT The serial number is on the tag located on DAMAGE, the underside of your Camera. Be sure to • DO
Before Use � Please note that the actual controls and THE FOLLOWING APPLIES ONLY IN components, menu items, etc. of your THE U.S.A. Digital Camera may look somewhat FCC Note: different from those shown in the This equipment has been tested and illustrations in these Operating found to comply with the limits for a Instructions. Class B digital device, pursuant to Part � SDHC Logo is a trademark. 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are � Leica is a registered trademark of Leica designed to
Before Use -If you see this symbol- Declaration of Conformity Information on Disposal in other Trade Name: Panasonic Countries outside the European Model No.: DMC-FX30 Union Responsible party: Panasonic This symbol is only valid in the European Corporation of Union. North America If you wish to discard this product, please One Panasonic Way, contact your local authorities or dealer Secaucus, NJ 07094 Support Contact: Panasonic and ask for the correct method of Consumer disposal. Electr
Before Use ∫ About the battery charger – Places where water can come into contact with this unit such as when CAUTION! using it on a rainy day or on a beach. DO NOT INSTALL OR PLACE THIS � If water or seawater splashes on the UNIT IN A BOOKCASE, BUILT-IN camera, use a dry cloth to wipe the CABINET OR IN ANOTHER camera body carefully. CONFINED SPACE. ENSURE THE ∫ About Condensation (When the lens UNIT IS WELL VENTILATED. TO is fogged up) PREVENT RISK OF ELECTRIC � Condensation occurs w
Taking Pictures using the Built-in Flash.....34 Contents Taking Pictures with the Self-timer .........38 Compensating the Exposure ..................39 Before Use Taking Pictures using Auto Bracket........ 40 Changing the sensitivity according to Information for Your Safety....................... 2 the movement of the subject being recorded .................................... 41 Taking Close-up Pictures........................42 Preparation Taking pictures that match the scene Standard Acces
� [AUDIO REC.] � [PROTECT] Recording still pictures with audio ....62 Preventing accidental erasure of � [AF MODE] pictures............................................. 79 Setting the focus method.................. 62 � [AUDIO DUB.] � [STABILIZER] Adding audio after taking pictures ....80 Detecting jitter and compensating � [RESIZE] for it ..................................................63 Making the picture smaller................ 80 � [BURST] � [TRIMMING] Taking Pictures using Burst.......
Preparation Preparation 1 Battery Pack Standard Accessories (Indicated as battery in the text) 2 Battery Charger Check that all the accessories are included (Indicated as charger in the text) before using the camera. 3 USB Connection Cable 4 AV Cable 12 5 CD-ROM 6 Strap 7 Battery Carrying Case � SD Memory Card, SDHC Memory Card and MultiMediaCard are indicated as card DE-A39B in the text. DMW-BCE10PP � The card is optional. 3 4 You can record or play back pictures on the built-in memory when
Preparation 13 Microphone (P51, 62, 80) 4 5 14 Shutter button (P22, 51) 15 Mode dial (P15) 16 17 18 19 6 7 89 4 LCD monitor (P21, 31, 93) 16 Strap eyelet 5 Cursor buttons 17 Lens barrel 2/Self-timer button (P38) 18 [AV OUT/DIGITAL] socket (P85, 88, 92) 4/[REV] button (P28) 19 [DC IN] socket (P85, 88) 1/Flash setting button (P34) � Always use a genuine Panasonic AC 3/Exposure compensation (P39)/ adaptor (DMW-AC5PP; optional). Auto bracket (P40)/ � This camera cannot charge the battery White bal
Preparation 1 Set the mode dial to [ ]. Quick Guide 2 Press the shutter button to take pictures. (P22) This is an overview of how to record and play back pictures with the camera. For 4 Play back the pictures. each step, be sure to refer to the pages indicated in brackets. 1 Charge the battery. (P10) 1 Set the mode dial to [ ]. 2 Select the picture you want to view. (P29) � The battery is not charged when the camera is shipped. Charge the battery before use. Charging the Battery 2 Insert
Preparation � Charging starts when the [CHARGE] About the Battery indicator A lights green. (charging/number of recordable � Charging is complete when the [CHARGE] indicator A turns off (after pictures) about 120 minutes). � When the [CHARGE] indicator flashes, ∫ The battery life read P12. The number of recordable pictures (By CIPA standard in normal picture 3 Detach the battery after charging mode [ ]) is completed. Number of Approx. 280 pictures recordable pictures (Approx. 140 min)
Preparation Playback time Inserting and Playback time Approx. 300 min Removing the Card The number of recordable pictures and (optional)/the Battery playback time will vary depending on the operating conditions and storing condition � Check that this unit is turned off. of the battery. � Prepare a card. (optional) ∫ Charging � You can record or play back pictures on the built-in memory when you are Charging time Approx. 120 min not using a card. (P13) Charging time and number of recordabl
Preparation B: Do not touch the connection About the Built-in terminals of the card. � The card may be damaged if it is not Memory/the Card fully inserted. (optional) 3 1 Close the card/battery door. The built-in memory can be used as a 2 Slide the release lever in the temporary storage device when the card direction of the arrow. being used becomes full. ∫ Built-in Memory [ ] � You can record or play back pictures with the built-in memory. (The built-in memory cannot be used when a card
Preparation � This unit (SDHC compatible equipment) is Setting Date/Time compatible with SD Memory Cards based (Clock Set) on SD Memory Card Specifications and formatted in FAT12 system and FAT16 system. It is also compatible with SDHC Memory Cards based on SD Memory Card Specifications and formatted in ∫ Initial setting FAT32 system. The clock is not set so the following screen � You can use an SDHC Memory Card in appears when you turn the camera on. equipment that is compatible with SD
Preparation About the Mode Dial 3 Press [MENU/SET] to set. � Turn the camera off after setting the clock. Then set the mode dial to a recording If you turn on this unit and then rotate mode to turn the camera on and check the mode dial, you can not only switch whether or not the clock setting is correct. between recording and playback but also switch to macro mode to take a ∫ Changing the clock setting close-up picture of a subject or to a 1 Press [MENU/SET]. scene mode that matches your
Preparation ∫ Basic Setting the Menu : Normal picture mode (P22) Use this mode for normal recording. ∫ Displaying the menu screens : Simple mode (P24) Press [MENU/SET]. This mode is recommended for beginners. e.g.: The first page of the total 3 pages is displayed. : Playback mode (P29) This mode allows you to play back 1 / REC 3 recorded pictures. W.BALANCE AWB SENSITIVITY AUTO ∫ Advanced ASPECT RATIO PICT.SIZE : Intelligent ISO sensitivity mode QUALITY (P41) MENU SELECT EXIT This mode automa
Preparation ∫ Closing the menu screen 1 Press 3/4 to select the menu Press [MENU/SET]. item. � When the mode dial is set to [ ]/ 1 / REC 3 [ ]/[ ]/[ ]/[ ], you can also W.BALANCE AWB close the menu screen by pressing the SENSITIVITY AUTO shutter button halfway. ASPECT RATIO PICT.SIZE QUALITY ∫ Switching to the [SETUP] menu MENU SELECT EXIT 1 Press 2 on a menu screen. 1 REC / 3 2 / REC 3 W.BALANCE AWB SENSITIVITY AUDIO REC. OFF AUTO SENSITIVITY AF MODE ASPECT RATIO STABILIZER MODE1 PICT.SIZE B
Preparation [POWER SAVE] About the Setup Menu (Turning off this unit automatically.) MENU Press [ ] to display the [SETUP] menu /SET � Set items as required. (Refer to P18 to 20 and select the item to set. (P16) for each menu item.) � Select [RESET] to return the settings to the Power save mode is activated (the camera initial settings at the time of purchase. (P20) is automatically turned off to save the � [CLOCK SET], [AUTO REVIEW], battery life) if the camera has not been [POWER SAVE] a
Preparation � The status indicator lights while the LCD [TRAVEL DATE] (P53) MENU monitor is turned off. Press any button to Press [ ] to display the [SETUP] menu /SET turn on the LCD monitor again. and select the item to set. (P16) � Power save mode is fixed to [2MIN.]. Set the departure date and the return date [However, power save mode is not of the vacation. activated when using the AC adaptor [SET], [OFF] (DMW-AC5PP; optional).] [BEEP] � The brightness of the LCD monitor is not MENU Pr
Preparation � To reset the folder number to 100, format [TV ASPECT] (P84) the built-in memory or the card first (Playback mode only) MENU and then use this function to reset the file Press [ ] to display the [SETUP] menu /SET number. and select the item to set. (P16) A reset screen for the folder number will Set to match the type of TV. then appear. Select [YES] to reset the [ ]: folder number. When connecting to a 16:9 screen TV. : [RESET] When connecting to a 4:3 screen TV. MENU Press [ ]
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