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Before Use Before Use Dear Customer, • Please note that the actual controls and We would like to take this opportunity to components, menu items, etc. of your thank you for purchasing this Panasonic Digital Camera may look somewhat Digital Camera. Please read these different from those shown in the Operating Instructions carefully and keep illustrations in these Operating them handy for future reference. Instructions. • SDHC Logo is a trademark. • Leica is a registered trademark of Leica I
Before Use FCC Note: (U.S. only) Trade Name: Panasonic This equipment has been tested and Model No.: DMC-FZ50 found to comply with the limits for a Responsible party: Panasonic Class B digital device, pursuant to Part Corporation of 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are North America designed to provide reasonable One Panasonic protection against harmful interference Way, Secaucus, NJ in a residential installation. This 07094 equipment generates, uses, and can Support Contact: Panasonic r
Before Use -If you see this symbol- About the LCD monitor/Viewfinder • Do not press the LCD monitor with Information on Disposal in other excessive force. Uneven colors may Countries outside the European appear on the LCD monitor and it may Union malfunction. This symbol is only valid in the European • Condensation may form on the LCD Union. monitor in places with large temperature If you wish to discard this product, please differences. Wipe the condensation with a contact your local
Before Use About the Lens When not using the camera for a long • Do not press the lens with excessive period of time force. • Store the battery in a cool and dry place • Do not leave the camera with the lens with a relatively stable temperature. facing the sun as it may cause the camera [Recommended temperature: to malfunction. Also, be careful when you 15 C to 25 C (59 F to 77 F), leave the camera outside or near a Recommended humidity: 40% to 60%] window. • Always remove the battery an
CUSTOM M S A Before Use : Playback mode (P40) About The Mode Dial This mode allows you to play back recorded pictures. Adjust part to the desired mode. The mode dial can be rotated 360 . Rotate About indications in these operating it slowly and surely to adjust to each mode. instructions Modes indicated here allow you to use the P functions or settings described on this page. Set the mode dial to any of the modes to use the functions or settings. Custom mode : Program AE mode (P32) T
Before Use About the front dial and rear dial About the LCD monitor Instructions for using these dials in the At the time when this camera is purchased, operating instructions are given with the LCD monitor is stowed in the camera illustrations that match the screen icons. body. Move the LCD monitor in the • Rotate the front dial and rear dial slowly directions shown in the figure below. but surely. : LCD Monitor open knobs Open the LCD monitor opening knob with your finger Rotate th
Optical Image Stabilizer..........................54 Before Use Taking Pictures using Burst Mode .......... 55 Taking Close-up Pictures........................56 Aperture-priority AE ................................ 57 Information for Your Safety....................... 2 Shutter-priority AE .................................. 57 About The Mode Dial................................6 Manual exposure .................................... 58 Aperture Value and Shutter Speed.........59 Preparation Takin
• [WB ADJUST.] • [ROTATE DISP.]/[ROTATE] Finely adjusting the To display the picture rotated .........104 white balance ...................................85 • [DPOF PRINT] • [SENSITIVITY] Setting the picture to print and Setting the light sensitivity ................ 85 the number of prints........................105 • [ASPECT RATIO] • [PROTECT] Setting the aspect ratio of pictures ... 87 Preventing accidental erasure of • [PICT.SIZE]/[QUALITY] pictures........................................
Preparation Preparation 1 SD Memory Card (32 MB) Standard Accessories (Indicated as “Card” in the text) 2 Battery Pack Check that all the accessories are included (Indicated as “Battery” in the text) before using the camera. 3 Battery Charger (Indicated as “Charger” in the text) 1 4 USB Connection Cable 5 AV Cable 6 CD-ROM 7 Shoulder Strap 8 Lens Cap RP-SD032B 9 Lens Hood 2 3 • For information about optional accessories, refer to the “Digital Camera Accessory System”. (P135) Names of the CGR
E S CUSTOM O L C M S A Preparation 5 Diopter Adjustment Dial (P44) 29 30 31 6 Viewfinder (P13, 43) 7 [DISPLAY] Button (P43) 8 [EVF/LCD] Button (P43) 32 9 [FOCUS/AE LOCK] Button (P35, 92) 10 Speaker (P81) 33 11 Rear dial (P33, 40, 57, 58) 12 LCD Monitor (P13, 24, 43) 34 13 [FUNCTION] Button (P83) 29 [FOCUS] Button (P61,68, 90) 14 Delete Button (P41) 30 Focus Switch (P56, 60) 15 Cursor Buttons (AF/AF MACRO/MF) /Self-timer Button (P51) 31 Flash Open Lever (P47) /[REV] Button (P39) 32 [REMOTE] So
CUSTOM M M S A S A P Preparation Quick Guide 3 Turn the camera on to take pictures. This is an overview of how to record and • Set the clock. (P26) playback pictures with the camera. For each step, be sure to refer to the pages 1 P 2 indicated in brackets. 1 Charge the battery. (P16) OFF ON Set the mode dial to [ ]. Press the shutter button to take • The battery is not charged when the pictures. (P32) camera is shipped. Charge the battery before use. 4 Play back the pictures. 2 Insert t
Preparation In recording Screen Display Out-of-frame display 1 Recording mode (P32) A 12 35 4 6 2 Flash mode (P47) 3 Focus (P32) 7 23 3 4 Picture size (P87) 8 22 9 21 5 Quality (P87) 20 10 In Motion picture mode (P76) // // / 19 11 PROGRAM SHIFT 18 17 F2.8 1/25 5s 12 : Jitter alert (P35) 16 15 14 13 6 Battery indication (P16) 24 2526 27 7 Number of recordable pictures/ 28 Available recording time ISO 41 100 29 MF In Motion picture mode (P76) 40 e.g.: R1h20m30s 30 39 38 8 Card access indicati
Preparation 24 White balance (P83) White balance fine adjustment (P85) C 12 34 5 6 7 25 ISO sensitivity (P85) 20 1 26 Burst (P55) _ 8 19 100 0001 : Audio recording (P76, 89) 9 18 PLAY AUDIO 1/19 10 17 27 Flip animation (P95) 11 16 28 Color effect mode (P94) 15 ISO100 AUTO 12 P F2.8 1/25 29 Custom setting (P62) 14 10:00 DEC. 1.2006 13 30 Continuous AF (P91) In playback 31 Zoom (P37)/Extended optical zoom 1 Playback mode (P40) (P37)/Digital zoom (P38) 2 Number of DPOF prints (P105) 32 Operation
Preparation 17 Number of days that have passed since the travel date (P71) 18 Audio playback (P81) PLAY MOTION : In motion picture mode PICTURE (P81) 19 Flip animation (P95) 20 Favorites (P103) 15 VQT0X92
Preparation Charging the Battery • After charging is completed, be sure to with the Charger disconnect the charger from the electrical outlet. The battery is not charged when the • The battery becomes warm after using it camera is shipped. Charge the battery and during and after charging. The before use. camera also becomes warm during use. This is not a malfunction. 1 Insert the battery terminals and • The battery will be exhausted if left for a attach the battery to the charger. long
Preparation • Using the supplied battery. When the [CHARGE] indicator flashes • Starting recording 30 seconds after the • The battery is over discharged camera is turned on. (When the optical (discharged excessively). In a while, the image stabilizer function is set to lamp will light and normal charging will [MODE1]) start. • Recording once every 30 seconds with • When the battery temperature is full flash every second recording. excessively high or low, the charging time • Turn the camer
N N N E E E P P P O O O Preparation Inserting/Removing 3 Close the battery door. Slide the release lever in the the Battery direction of the arrow. • Check that the camera is turned off. • Close the flash. 1 Slide the release lever in the direction of arrow and open the battery door . • Remove the battery after use. • When a fully charged battery has been inserted for more than 24 hours, the clock setting is stored (in the camera) for at least 3 months even if the battery is • Always
Preparation Inserting/Removing 3 Close the card door. Slide the card door to the end the Card and then close it firmly. • Check that the camera is turned off. • Prepare an SD Memory Card (supplied), an SDHC Memory Card (optional) or a MultiMediaCard (optional). • Close the flash. 1 Slide the card door to open it. • If the card door cannot be completely closed, remove the card and insert it again. • The card and the data may be damaged if it is inserted or removed while the camera is on
Preparation About the Card • Refer to P129 for information about the number of recordable pictures and the available recording time for each Card. Access to the card • This camera is compatible with SD The card access indication lights red Memory Cards based on SD Memory when pictures are being recorded onto the Card Specifications and formatted in card. FAT12 system and FAT16 system. It is also compatible with SDHC Memory Cards based on SD Memory Card Specifications 3 and formatted
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