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Digital Camera/Lens Kit
Model No. DMC-L1K
Before connecting, operating or adjusting this product,
please read the instructions completely.
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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. TM Four Thirds is a trademark. SDHC Logo is a trademark. Information
Before Use FCC Note: (U.S. only) Trade Name: Panasonic This equipment has been tested and Model No.: DMC-L1 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 One Panasonic designed to provide reasonable Way, Secaucus, NJ protection against harmful interference 07094 in a residential installation. This Support Contact: Panasonic equipment generates, uses, and can Cons
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 as it may cause the Countries outside the European camera to malfunction. Union Condensation may form on the LCD This symbol is only valid in the European monitor in places with large temperature Union. differences. Wipe the condensation with a If you wish to discard this product, please soft, dry cloth. contact your local authorities or deal
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 oC to 25 oC (59 oF to 77 oF), leave the camera outside or near a Recommended humidity: window. 40% to 60%] When there is dirt (water,
Before Use About These Operating Instructions ∫ About indications in these operating instructions Convenient or helpful information for using the camera is described. ∫ About illustrations of the cursor button In these operating instructions, operations using the cursor button are described with illustrations. e.g.: When you press the 4 button 3 MENU 21 SET 4 ∫ About the command dial In these operating instructions, the operations on the command dial are described as illustrated to mat
Taking good pictures ........................ 34 Contents Continuously focusing on a subject (AFC) (When taking pictures Before Use with the Viewfinder) .......................... 35 Aperture-priority AE ................................36 Information for Your Safety.......................2 Shutter-priority AE ..................................36 About These Operating Instructions .........6 Manual Exposure....................................38 Compensating the Exposure ..................40
[WHITE SET] [SELF-TIMER] Resetting the white balance ............. 70 Setting the time for the self-timer ..... 81 [COLOR TEMPERATURE [AF ASSIST LAMP] SETTING] Focusing in low light Setting the color temperature ........... 70 conditions becomes easier............... 82 [WHITE BALANCE [OIS MODE] ADJUSTMENT] Optical Image Stabilizer ................... 82 Finely adjusting the [AUTO BRACKET] white balance ................................... 70 Taking Pictures using Setting the Lig
Connecting to other equipment Connecting to a PC.................................98 Printing the Pictures..............................100 Playing Back Pictures on a TV Screen .................................104 Others Using the External Flash.......................105 Using the MC Protector/PL Filter ..........106 Using the Remote Shutter ....................107 Displaying the Time at the Travel Destination (World Time) ..................108 Location candidates for World Time settings....
Preparation Preparation Standard Accessories Check that all the accessories are included before using the camera. 1 2 3 CGR-S603A 4 5 6 DE-972A K2CA2EA00002 K2GJ2DZ00028 7 8 9 K2KJ2CB00001 K1HA05CD0004 10 11 12 VFC4189 VGQ8990 VKF4091 13 14 15 VYC0949 VYF3089 VFC4185 16 VFC4206 10 VQT0W82
Preparation 1 Digital Camera Body Names of the (This is referred to as camera body in Components these operating instructions.) 2 Interchangeable Lens ∫ Camera body “LEICA D VARIO-ELMARIT 14–50 mm/ F2.8–3.5” 3 (This is referred to as lens in these operating instructions.) 3 Battery Pack 4 (This is referred to as battery in these operating instructions.) 1 4 Battery Charger/AC Adaptor (This is referred to as AC adaptor in 5 2 these operating instructions.) 6 5 AC Cable 7 6 DC Cable 7 Video Ca
N E P O Preparation 13 Focus mode lever (P32, 35, 42, 54, 55) 38 14 [AFL/AEL] button (P63) 15 Status indicator (P25) 16 Camera ON/OFF switch (P25) 17 Command dial (P33, 37, 38, 40, 47 to 39 49, 56, 58, 61, 68, 71, 73) 40 18 2/4/1/3 Cursor buttons (P27) 19 [MENU/SET] button (P27) 38 Tripod receptacle 20 Delete button (P45) When you use a tripod, make sure it is 21 Aperture stopping down button (P57) stable when the camera is attached to 22 [DISPLAY] button (P31, 45, 51, 53) it. 23 Playback b
Preparation ∫ Lens Screen Display “LEICA D VARIO-ELMARIT 14–50 mm/ F2.8–3.5” ∫ Viewfinder Display 47 48 1 49 AEL AUTO SLOW 51 50 52 55 5453 47 Focus distance indicator (P42, 55) 2 AEL 3 12 48 Aperture ring (P32, 36, 38) 11 49 Lens fitting mark (P16) 50 Contact point 4 5 51 Aperture ring button (P32, 36, 38) 10 6 52 [O.I.S.] switch (P17) AUTO SLOW 53 Focus ring (P42, 55) 7 8 54 Zoom ring (P43, 80, 81) 9 55 Lens surface 1 AF frame (P31, 32) 2 AF-LED (P86) ∫ Battery charger/AC adaptor (P18) 3 AE lo
Preparation ∫ Information Display on the LCD 21 Current date and time Monitor This is displayed for about 5 seconds (When taking pictures with the when the camera is turned on, after Viewfinder) setting the clock and after switching from playback mode to recording mode. 1 2 3 45 22 Manual exposure assistance (P39) P PF22.8 .8 22000 000 23 Optical image stabilizer (P17, 82) 17 S STTA ANDARD NDARD 24 Recording a RAW file simultaneously 6 W WB B -2 -1 0 +1 +1 +2 +2 16 AUTO AUTO ON/OFF (P79) ISO
Preparation 16 Picture size (P78) ∫ Playback Display on the LCD Monitor 17 Battery indication (P19) 12 3 18 High angle mode (P53) A ISO ISO 19 AF frame (P54) 1100 00 P F F2.8 2.8 2000 2000 22nd nd 16 10:00 10:00 D DEC EC. 1 1.2006 .2006 4 20 Focus position (P54) 1 5 15 6 21 22 23 24 7 A P 22nd nd 33 1 1/19 /19 8 1 / 14 3 _ A AFL FL 10 100 0001 0001 9 32 A AEL EL 31 13121110 25 30 1 Playback mode (P44) 26 22X X 2 Recording information 3 Favorites (P90) 29 28 27 4 Protected picture (P94) 21 P
Preparation About the Lens Attaching/Detaching the Lens You can use the supplied lens or a lens that is compatible with the lens mount standard Check that the camera is turned off. for the “Four Thirds System (Four Thirds Close the flash. Mount)” with this unit. ∫ Attaching a lens to the camera body If you use a lens other than a dedicated interchangeable lens, auto focus cannot be 1 Turn the lens rear cap A and the activated and accurate metering is not body cap B in the direction o
Preparation ∫ Detaching a lens from the camera 3 Detach the lens cap. body Check that the camera is turned off. 1 Attach the lens cap. 2 Set the [O.I.S.] switch to [OFF]. 3 Press the lens release button D while turning the lens as far as possible in the direction of the arrow to detach it. ∫ Optical image stabilizer The supplied lens has an optical image stabilizer function. The optical image stabilizer function is set for activation when the lens is attached to the camera body. D Set t
Preparation Charging the Battery 3 Detach the battery after charging is completed. with the Charger The battery is not charged when the camera is shipped. Charge the battery before use. 1 Connect the AC cable. B Charging is completed when the [CHARGE] indicator B turns off (after about 130 minutes). A After charging is completed, be sure to When you connect the AC cable, the disconnect the AC cable from the [POWER] indicator A lights red. electrical outlet. The battery cannot
Preparation The number of recordable pictures About the Battery when using the LCD monitor (Live View) (charging/number of recordable (The conditions are the same as the CIPA standard.) pictures) Number of Approx. 300 pictures recordable pictures (Approx. 150 min) ∫ Battery indication The remaining battery power appears on Playback time the screen. Playback time Approx. 420 min The number of recordable pictures and the playback time will vary depending on the The battery indication tur
N N E E P P O O Preparation Inserting/Removing 3 1 Close the battery door. 2 Slide the release lever in the the Battery direction of the arrow (CLOSE Check that the camera is turned off. side) and then close it firmly. Close the flash. 1 Slide the release lever in the 11 direction of the arrow (OPEN side) and then open the battery door. 22 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 camer
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