Panasonic Lumix DMC-LS75 user manual

User manual for the device Panasonic Lumix DMC-LS75

Device: Panasonic Lumix DMC-LS75
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Date of adding : 2013-11-11 15:28:06
Number of pages: 120
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Operating Instructions
Digital Camera
Model No.DMC-LS75
DMC-LS70
The illustration shows
DMC-LS60
DMC-LS75.
Before connecting, operating or
adjusting this product, please read the
instructions completely.
For USA assistance, please call: 1-800-272-7033 or send e-mail to : digitalstillcam@us.panasonic.com
For Canadian assistance, please call: 1-800-99-LUMIX (1-800-995-8649) or
send e-mail to: lumixconcierge@ca.panasonic.com
P PC VQT1C63-1

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Before Use Dear Customer, Carefully observe copyright laws. Thank you for choosing Panasonic! Recording of pre-recorded tapes or You have purchased one of the most discs or other published or broadcast sophisticated and reliable products on the material for purposes other than your market today. Used properly, we’re sure own private use may infringe copyright it will bring you and your family years of laws. Even for the purpose of private enjoyment. Please take time to fi ll in the use, reco

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Before Use THE FOLLOWING APPLIES ONLY IN Declaration of Conformity THE U.S.A. Trade Name: Panasonic FCC Note: (U.S. only) Model No.: DMC-LS75 This equipment has been tested and DMC-LS70 found to comply with the limits for a DMC-LS60 Class B digital device, pursuant to Responsible party: Panasonic Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits Corporation of North are designed to provide reasonable America protection against harmful interference One Panasonic Way, in a residential installation

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Before Use -If you see this symbol- ■ About the LCD monitor • 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 • Condensation may form on the LCD in the European Union. monitor in places with large temperature If you wish to discard differences. Wipe the condensation with this product, please a soft, dry cloth. contact your

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Before Use ■ About the Lens ■ When not using the camera for a long • Do not press the lens or the lens barrel period of time with excessive force. • Store the batteries in a cool and dry • Do not leave the camera with the lens place with a relatively stable temperature. facing the sun as it may cause the [Recommended temperature: camera to malfunction. Also, be careful 15 °C to 25 °C (59 °F to 77 °F), when you leave the camera outside or Recommended humidity: 40% to 60%] near a window. • Alway

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Contents Before Use Advanced-Shooting Information for Your Safety ...................... 2 About the LCD Monitor .......................... 37 • Changing the information Preparation displayed .......................................... 37 • Recording a picture with the camera Standard Accessories .............................. 8 held high above your head Names of the Components ...................... 9 (High angle mode) ........................... 39 Quick Guide ..........................

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Using the [REC] mode menu ................. 59 Others • [W.BALANCE] .................................. 60 Screen Display ....................................... 92 • [SENSITIVITY] ................................. 61 Cautions for Use ..................................... 94 • [ASPECT RATIO] ............................. 62 Message Display .................................... 96 • [PICT.SIZE]/[QUALITY] ................... 62 Troubleshooting ...................................... 98 • [AF MODE]

Summary of the content on the page No. 8

Preparation Standard Accessories Before using your camera, check the contents. ■ Batteries ■ Strap AA Oxyride batteries (ZR6) VFC4090 ■ Video Cable • Card is optional. K1HA08CD0015 You can record or play back pictures on the built-in memory when you are not using a card. (P16) • For information about optional accessories, please refer to “Digital Camera Accessory System”. (P110) ■ USB Connection Cable • If any of the accessories are lost, please K1HA08CD0013 contact Panasonic’s parts depart

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Preparation Names of the Components 1 [E. ZOOM] (Easy Zoom) Button (P31) 123 4 5 2 Zoom Lever (P30) 3 Shutter Button (P25, 53) 4 Mode Dial (P18) 5 Flash (P40) V.OUT 6 Self-timer Indicator (P43) AF Assist Lamp (P66) DIGITAL 7 Lens part (P5) DC IN 8 Lens barrel 3V 9 [DC IN] Socket (P84, 87) 78 • Always use a genuine Panasonic AC 6 adaptor (DMW-AC6: optional). 910 10 [V.OUT/DIGITAL] Socket (P84, 87, 91) 11 12 13 11 LCD Monitor (P37, 92) 12 [MENU/SET] Button (P17) 13 Camera Switch (P17)

Summary of the content on the page No. 10

Preparation Quick Guide This is the overview of the procedure 3 Play back the pictures. to record pictures with this camera. For 1 each operation, be sure to refer to the corresponding pages. 1 Insert the batteries. (P15) 2 1 Set the mode dial to [Q]. 2 Select the picture you want to view. (P34) • When you do not use the card (optional), you can record or play back pictures on the built-in memory (P16). Refer to P15 when you use a card. 2 Turn the camera on to take pictures. • Set the c

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Preparation About the Batteries ■ Usable batteries the storage life and conditions of the batteries. AA Oxyride batteries (supplied)* • Battery performance temporarily AA Alkaline batteries (optional) deteriorates in low temperature AA Rechargeable Ni-MH (nickel metal conditions [10 °C (50 °F) or less]. hydride) batteries (optional) However, it recovers when the • One of the following messages temperature returns to normal. appears when you insert batteries for • Depending on the temperatu

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Preparation ■ Battery shapes that cannot be used so warm them in your pocket etc. before • Batteries with unusual shapes cause using them. Make sure that no metal leakage, heat generation or explosion if objects such as a lighter are placed inserted in the camera. together with the batteries when warming • Batteries with the covering partly or fully them in your pocket. peeled off. Never use these batteries. • If there is grease or dirt on the battery (Refer to the illustration below.) pole

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Preparation • We recommend charging the batteries ■ Battery life after they are fully discharged. If you The number of recordable pictures (By charge the batteries before they are CIPA standard in normal picture mode) fully discharged, it can reduce battery Number of recordable performance. This is called “memory pictures (Approx.) Batteries Used effect”. DMC-LS75/ DMC-LS60 • If “memory effect” occurs, continue using DMC-LS70 the batteries until the camera stops Panasonic Oxyride 250 pictu

Summary of the content on the page No. 14

Preparation The number of recordable pictures in low temperatures (In normal picture mode when the temperature is 0 °C (32 °F) and other recording conditions comply with CIPA standard.) Number of recordable pictures (Approx) Batteries Used DMC-LS75/ DMC-LS60 DMC-LS70 Panasonic Oxyride 50 pictures 55 pictures batteries (25 min) (27 min) (supplied or optional) Panasonic Alkaline 40 pictures 45 pictures batteries (optional) (20 min) (22 min) Fully charged 380 pictures 390 pictures Panasonic

Summary of the content on the page No. 15

Preparation Inserting/Removing the Batteries/Card (Optional) • Check that the camera is turned off. 3 1 Close the battery door or the • Use oxyride batteries (supplied), alkaline card door. batteries (optional) or Ni-MH batteries 2 Slide the battery door or the (optional). card door to the end and then • Prepare an SD Memory Card (optional), close it fi rmly. an SDHC Memory Card (optional) or a MultiMediaCard (optional). • You can record or play back pictures on the built-in memory when y

Summary of the content on the page No. 16

Preparation About the Built-in Memory/the Card The built-in memory can be used as a systems that comply with SD Memory temporary storage device when the card Card Specifi cations. It also supports being used becomes full. SDHC Memory Cards formatted in the FAT32 system. ■ Built-in Memory [ ] • This unit (SDHC compliant equipment) You can record or play back pictures supports both SD Memory Cards and on the built-in memory when you SDHC Memory Cards. You can use are not using a card. (The

Summary of the content on the page No. 17

Preparation Setting Date/Time (Clock Set) Set the mode dial to [ ]. 3 Press [MENU/SET]. • When you fi nish setting the clock, switch ■ Initial setting the camera off, then switch it on in The clock is not set when the camera is recording mode to check that the clock is shipped. When you turn the camera on, set correctly. the following screen appears. Changing the clock setting 1 Press [MENU/SET]. 2 Press e/r to select [CLOCK SET] (P66). A 3 Press q and perform the above steps 2 and 3 for s

Summary of the content on the page No. 18

Preparation About the Mode Dial When the power is on and you turn the mode dial, you can switch between shooting and playback modes, and also select modes suited to the subject such as the macro mode and scene modes. Changing the mode A Adjust part A to the desired mode. The mode dial can be rotated 360°. Rotate it slowly and surely to adjust to NORMAL PICTURE each mode. (Do not adjust it to parts where there is no mode.) This screen appears when you turn the mode dial to show which mode is

Summary of the content on the page No. 19

Preparation Using the Menus ■ To show the menus Press [MENU/SET]. 1 Current Page REC / 3 Menu Icons • For example: The fi rst page W.BALANCE AWB • The menu icons and SENSITIVITY AUTO of a 3-page menu. items that appear ASPECT RATIO 4:3 You can move to the next/ depend on the position PICT.SIZE previous page by turning of the mode dial. QUALITY the zoom lever. MENU SELECT EXIT Menu items and settings ■ The menu icons ■ Changing the menu settings • The following example shows how to set Rec

Summary of the content on the page No. 20

Preparation ■ Switching to the setup menu 2 Press q. 2 REC / 3 1 Press w in the menu screen. AF MODE AUTO REC 1 / 3 STABILIZER WH AUTO W.BALANCE AWB BURST W SENSITIVITY AUTO AF ASSIST LAMP ON ASPECT RATIO 4:3 D.ZOOM OFF PICT.SIZE MENU SELECT SET QUALITY MENU SELECT EXIT 3 Press e/r to select the setting. REC 2 / 3 2 Press r to select the setup menu AF MODE AUTO icon []. WH STABILIZER AUTO BURST W 1 SETUP /3 AF ASSIST LAMP ON BATTERY TYPE D.ZOOM OFF CLOCK SET MENU SELECT SET WORLD TIME MONITOR 0


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