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VQT0V10ENG.book 1 ページ ２００５年１２月２７日 火曜日 午後８時３４分
Model No. DMC-LS2
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VQT0V10ENG.book 2 ページ ２００５年１２月２７日 火曜日 午後８時３４分 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. SD Logo is a trademark.
VQT0V10ENG.book 3 ページ ２００５年１２月２７日 火曜日 午後８時３４分 Before Use FCC Note: (U.S. only) Trade Name: Panasonic This equipment has been tested and Model No.: DMC-LS2 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 generat
VQT0V10ENG.book 4 ページ ２００５年１２月２７日 火曜日 午後８時３４分 Before Use -If you see this symbol- differences. Wipe the condensation with a soft, dry cloth. Information on Disposal in other If the camera is cold when you turn it on, Countries outside the European the picture on the LCD monitor will be Union slightly darker than usual at first. However, This symbol is only valid in the European the picture will return to normal brightness Union. when the internal temperature of the If you wish to d
VQT0V10ENG.book 5 ページ ２００５年１２月２７日 火曜日 午後８時３４分 Before Use temperature. If condensation occurs, turn About The Mode Dial the camera off and leave it for about 2 hours. The fog will disappear naturally Adjust part A to the desired mode. when the temperature of the camera The mode dial can be rotated 360o. Rotate becomes close to the ambient it slowly and surely to adjust to each mode. temperature. (Do not adjust it to parts where there is no ∫ When not using the camera for a long mode.)
VQT0V10ENG.book 6 ページ ２００５年１２月２７日 火曜日 午後８時３４分 Before Use ∫ About indications in these operating instructions SCN1 SCN2 Modes indicated here allow you to use the functions or settings described on this page. Set the mode dial to any of the modes to use the functions or settings. Convenient or helpful information for use of the camera is described. ∫ About illustrations in these operating instructions Please note that the appearance of the product, the illustration or the menu screen are
VQT0V10ENG.book 7 ページ ２００５年１２月２７日 火曜日 午後８時３４分 Taking Pictures with the Self-timer .........41 Contents Compensating the Exposure ..................42 Taking Pictures using Auto Bracket........43 Before Use Optical Image Stabilizer..........................44 Taking Pictures using Burst Mode ..........45 Information for Your Safety.......................2 Economizing Power Consumption..........46 About The Mode Dial ................................5 Taking Close-up Pictures.....................
VQT0V10ENG.book 8 ページ ２００５年１２月２７日 火曜日 午後８時３４分 [COL.EFFECT] Others Setting color effects for the recorded pictures .................. 65 Screen Display........................................ 82 [PICT.ADJ.] Cautions for Use .....................................84 Adjusting the picture quality Message Display .................................... 85 for the recorded pictures .................. 65 Troubleshooting...................................... 87 Using the [PLAY] mode menu .............
VQT0V10ENG.book 9 ページ ２００５年１２月２７日 火曜日 午後８時３４分 Preparation Preparation Standard Accessories Names of the Components Check that all the accessories are included before using the camera. 1 2 3 12 K1HA08CD0007 3 4 1 Flash (P38) 2 Lens (P4) 3 Self-timer indicator (P41) K1HA08CD0009 45 6 5 VFC4090 1 Batteries AA Oxyride batteries (ZR6) 78 9 2 USB Connection Cable 4 LCD monitor (P4, 35, 82) 3 Video Cable 5 Status indicator (P13, 16, 46) 4 CD-ROM 6 Cursor buttons 5Strap 2/Self-timer button (P41) S
VQT0V10ENG.book 10 ページ ２００５年１２月２７日 火曜日 午後８時３４分 Preparation 10 11 20 21 12 13 14 20 Card door (P16) 10 Zoom lever (P28) 21 Tripod receptacle 11 Optical image stabilizer button (P44) When you use a tripod, make sure it is 12 Mode dial (P5) stable when the camera is attached to 13 Shutter button (P23, 54) it. 14 Camera ON/OFF switch (P11, 18) 15 16 17 15 Strap eyelet 16 Lens barrel 17 Battery door (P15) DIGITAL 18 V.OUT DC IN 3V 19 18 [DIGITAL/V.OUT] socket (P75, 77, 81) 19 [DC IN] socket (P7
VQT0V10ENG.book 11 ページ ２００５年１２月２７日 火曜日 午後８時３４分 Preparation Quick Guide 3 Play back the pictures. This is an overview of how to record and playback pictures with the camera. For each step, be sure to refer to the pages indicated in brackets. 1 Insert the batteries. (P15) 1 Set the mode dial to [ ]. 2 Select the picture you want to view. (P32) When you do not use the card (optional), you can record or play back pictures on the built-in memory (P16). Refer to P16 when you use a card. 2
VQT0V10ENG.book 12 ページ ２００５年１２月２７日 火曜日 午後８時３４分 Preparation Battery performance may vary greatly About the Batteries depending on the brand used and the storage life and conditions of the batteries. ∫ Usable batteries Battery performance temporarily ¢ AA Oxyride batteries (supplied) deteriorates in low temperature conditions AA Alkaline batteries (optional) [10 °C (50 °F) or less]. However, it recovers when the temperature returns to AA Rechargeable Ni-MH (nickel metal normal. hydrid
VQT0V10ENG.book 13 ページ ２００５年１２月２７日 火曜日 午後８時３４分 Preparation Batteries with the covering partly or fully wait until the battery temperature peeled off. Never use these batteries. decreases before removing them. (Refer to the illustration below.) Battery performance deteriorates and recording/playback time decreases when All or part of the The - pole is flat. the ambient temperature is low [10 °C covering on the (50 °F) or less]. This is particularly true battery is peeled when us
VQT0V10ENG.book 14 ページ ２００５年１２月２７日 火曜日 午後８時３４分 Preparation will become normal after a few charges ∫ Battery life and discharges. The number of recordable pictures We recommend charging the batteries (By CIPA standard in normal picture after they are fully discharged. If you mode) charge the batteries before they are fully Number of recordable Batteries Used discharged, it can reduce battery pictures performance. This is called “memory Panasonic Oxyride Approx. 250 pictures effect”. batt
VQT0V10ENG.book 15 ページ ２００５年１２月２７日 火曜日 午後８時３４分 Preparation The number of recordable pictures in Inserting/Removing low temperatures the Batteries (In normal picture mode when the temperature is 0 °C (32 °F) and other Check that the camera is turned off and recording conditions comply with CIPA that the lens is retracted. standard.) Use oxyride batteries (supplied), alkaline Number of recordable batteries (optional) or Ni-MH batteries Batteries Used pictures (optional). Panasonic O
VQT0V10ENG.book 16 ページ ２００５年１２月２７日 火曜日 午後８時３４分 Preparation Do not remove the card or the batteries 3 1 Close the card door. while the camera accesses the built-in 2 Slide the card door to the end memory or a card. The data may be damaged. (P16) and then close it firmly. Remove the batteries after the LCD monitor and the status indicator (green) turn off. Otherwise, the settings on the camera may not be stored properly. Inserting/Removing If the card door cannot be completely cl
VQT0V10ENG.book 17 ページ ２００５年１２月２７日 火曜日 午後８時３４分 Preparation Do not do the following when the access ∫ SD Memory Card (optional) and indication lights, pictures are being read or MultiMediaCard (optional) deleted or the built-in memory (or the The SD Memory Card and card) is being formatted (P74). MultiMediaCard are small, lightweight, – Turn the camera off. removable external cards. – Remove the batteries or the card (if The reading/writing speed of an SD used). Memory Card is fast. T
VQT0V10ENG.book 18 ページ ２００５年１２月２７日 火曜日 午後８時３４分 Preparation 2 Press 3 4 2 1 to select the The reading/writing speed of a date and time. MultiMediaCard is slower than an SD Memory Card. When a MultiMediaCard is CLOCK SET used, the performance of certain features 00 :00 JAN.. 11 2006 may be slightly slower than advertised. M/D/Y Keep the Memory Card out of reach of children to prevent swallowing. MENU SELECT SET EXIT 2/1: Select the desired item. Setting Date/Time 3/4: Set the disp
VQT0V10ENG.book 19 ページ ２００５年１２月２７日 火曜日 午後８時３４分 Preparation About the Setup Menu 3 Press 3 4 to select the menu item. Set items as required. (Refer to P20 to 22 for each menu item.) 1 / SETUP 3 Menu items differ depending on the mode BATTERY TYPE CLOCK SET selected with the mode dial (P5). n MONITOR 0 The following example shows how to set AUTO REVIEW 1SEC. [BEEP] when normal picture mode [ ] is POWER SAVE 2MIN. MENU SELECT EXIT selected. Select [RESET] to return the settings to the
VQT0V10ENG.book 20 ページ ２００５年１２月２７日 火曜日 午後８時３４分 Preparation ∫ About the menu screen items [AUTO REVIEW] There are 3 menu screens (1/3, 2/3 and MENU Press [ ] to display the [SETUP] menu SET 3/3). and select the item to set. (P19) You can switch menu screens from any [1SEC.]: The recorded picture menu item by rotating the zoom lever. automatically appears on the screen for about 1 second. 1/ SETUP 3 BATTERY TYPE 2/ [3SEC.]: The recorded picture SETUP 3 CLOCK SET 3/ BEEP SETUP 3 automati
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