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Trade Name: Panasonic FCC Note: (U.S. only) Model No.: DMC-LC40 This equipment has been tested and Responsible party: Matsushita Electric found to comply with the limits for a Class Corporation of B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the America One FCC Rules. These limits are designed to Panasonic Way, provide reasonable protection against Secaucus, NJ 07094 harmful interference in a residential Support Contact: Panasonic installation. This equipment generates, Consume
USB Driver End User License Agreement You (“Licensee”) are granted a license for the Software defined in this End User Soft Agreement (“Agreement”) on condition that you agree to the terms and conditions of this Agreement. If Licensee does not agree to the terms and conditions of this Agreement, promptly return the Software to Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd (“Matsushita”), its distributors or dealers from which you made the purchase. Article 1 License Licensee is granted
Contents Safety Recording images (advanced) Information for Your Safety ................ 2 Taking Pictures with Audio............... 37 USB Driver End User License Changing the Picture Size................ 38 Agreement ......................................... 4 Changing the Quality (Data Compression Ratio)................ 39 Preparation Taking Pictures with Program AE Standard Accessories ........................ 7 Mode ................................................ 40 Names of
Editing Deleting Images ............................... 64 Writing the Print Information in the Card (DPOF Setting)........................ 66 Protecting Images on the Card ........ 69 Technical use Playing Back with Slide Show (Automatic Playback) ....................... 70 Adding Audio to Recorded Pictures (Audio Dubbing) ............................... 72 Resizing the Recorded Pictures....... 73 Trimming the Recorded Pictures ..... 74 Formatting the Card ........................
Standard Accessories Before using your camera, check the contents. 1 SD Memory Card (16 MB) 5 A/V Cable RP-SD016B K1V204C20002 2 Battery Pack CGR-S602A 6 Strap VFC3868 3 AC Adaptor 7 Lens Cap DE-877B VYK0B77 Lens Cap String VFC3893 4 USB Connection Kit (Consists of) USB Connection Cable K1HA05CD0001 CD-ROM VFF0144 7
Names of the Components [Front View] 1 Flash Sensor (P35) 2 Optical Finder (P19) 1 23 4 3 Microphone (P37, P72) 4 Flash 5 Self-timer Indicator (P36) 6 Lens 5 6 [Up View] 7 REC Mode Dial (P25) 8 Operational Mode Dial (P25) 9 Flash Mode Button (P34) 10 Shutter Button (P24) 12 11 Zoom Lever (P32, P33) 12 Lens Ring (P58) 11 10 9 [Back View] 13 Diopter Adjustment Dial (P19) 14 Optical Finder (P19) 15 Status Indicator (P23) 78 16 Flash/Access Indicator (P17, P23) 17 Power Switch (P18) 18 D
[Left View] 25 Flash Open Lever (P34) 26 A/V OUT Socket (P82) 27 DC IN Socket (P14) 28 USB Socket (5pin) (P84) 29 Terminal Door (P14) 25 26 29 28 27 [Right View] 30 Strap Hole (P20) 30 [Bottom View] 31 Battery Door Open/Lock Lever (P13) 32 Battery Door (P13) 33 Tripod Receptacle (P21) 31 32 33 9 LOCK OPEN
LCD Monitor Display 11 12 14 15 16 10:00 MAR. 1. 2002 18 [In recording] :1120 a 840 1 REC mode : 640 a 480 : AUTO (P29) 6 Quality (data compression ratio) (P39) : Program AE (P40) : Aperture-priority AE (P41) : Fine (low compression) : Shutter-priority AE (P42) : Standard : Macro mode (P56) (standard compression) : Portrait mode (P43) : TIFF (incompression) : Landscape mode (P44) 7 Battery indicator (P14) (When using AC adaptor this is not : Sports mode (P45) displayed) : Night
[In playback] : Daylight : Cloudy : Halogen : Fluorescent : Flash : White set 12 Zoom (P32, P33) (digital zoom ON: ) 13 Self-timer mode (P36) : 2 seconds 10:00 MAR. 1. 2002 : 10 seconds 24 : Playback mode 14 : Spot metering target (P47) 25 DPOF [ ] (P66) 15 : Spot AF area (P47, P55) (White): DPOF setting for printing (Green): 16 : Focus area (P29) DPOF setting for Slide Show 17 Shutter speed indication (P42) (Green with DPOF number): DPOF setting for printing and 18 Aperture in
LOCK OPEN Quick Guide Prepare the following items. Camera Battery Memory card AC adaptor Check that the power switch is set to [OFF]. 1 Slide the lever in the direction of the arrow to open the battery door. 2 Insert the battery into the camera. (P13) 3 Connect the AC adaptor to the camera to charge the battery. (P14) 4 Insert the memory card into the camera. (P16) 5 Set the power switch to [ON]. (P18) 6 Set date/time. (P28) 7 Set the operational mode dial 2 2 2 2 and t
LOCK OPEN Inserting the Battery [Preparation] Set the power switch to [OFF]. 1 Slide the lever in the direction of the arrow to open the battery door. 2 Insert the battery all the way in, until it is locked. 3 Close the battery door. 4 Slide the lever to lock the battery door. [Removing the battery] [Inserting] 1 Slide the lever in the direction of the arrow to open the battery door. 2 Press the lock 1 in the direction of the arrow to remove the battery. 3 Close the battery do
Charging the Battery 1 Set the power switch to [OFF]. 2 Insert the battery into the camera. (P13) 3 Open the terminal door. 4 Insert the connection plug of the AC adaptor into the DC IN socket of the camera. THE SOCKET OUTLET SHALL BE INSTALLED NEAR THE EQUIPMENT AND SHALL BE EASILY ACCESSIBLE. 5 Plug the AC adaptor into the electrical outlet. The green status indicator 1 blinks and charging starts. 6 When the status indicator stops blinking, charging is complete. After c
ª Charging time and available recording time (LCD on, shooting once every 30 seconds, flash every other shot. Measured using supplied 16 MB SD Memory Card) In setting LCD monitor to ON Approx. 150 min. Supplied Approx. (equal to 300 still pictures) battery pack 120 min. In setting LCD monitor to OFF Approx. 180 min. (equal to 360 still pictures) A Charging time B Continuous recording time (recordable number) ª Charging environment and charging error Charge the battery in a place
Inserting the Card [Preparation] Set the power switch to [OFF]. 1 Open the memory card door. 2 Insert the card all the way in until it clicks. Check the direction of the card. 3 Close the memory card door. [Removing the card] 1 Open the memory card door. 2 Press the card to release. 3 Pull the card out. 4 Close the memory card door. Do not touch the connection terminals on the back side of the card. If the memory card door cannot completely close, take the card out and ins
ª Access to the card ª SD Memory Card (supplied) and MultiMediaCard (optional) The SD Memory Card and MultiMediaCard are small, lightweight, removable external cards. The SD Memory Card is equipped with a write protection switch that can inhibit writing and formatting. (When the switch is moved towards the [LOCK] side, it is not possible to write or delete data on the card and format it. When the switch is unlocked, these functions become available) SD Memory Card RP-SDH5
Turning Power on/off 1 Set the power switch to [ON]. The status indicator lights. 2 Set the power switch to [OFF]. When switching the power on/off, do not put any obstacle in front of the lens. Please be sure to remove the lens cap (P20) before you switch on the camera in recording mode. If not, the message “REMOVE LENS CAP AND PRESS SET BUTTON” appears on . the LCD monitor. Please remove the lens cap and press [REVIEW/SET] button 1 18
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