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Things You Should Know Thank you and congratulations Date of Purchase on your purchase of this state of the art Dealer Purchased From Panasonic Digital Camera. This product has been manufactured and tested to Dealer Address Panasonic’s highest standards to give you the best in performance and reliability. Dealer Phone No. Save this operating instruction manual as an operating and information guide. Model No. Serial No. Unpack your Digital Camera Please confirm that the following items are packed
Information Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee tha
Table of Contents Things You Should Know ..................................................................................................... 2 Information ........................................................................................................................... 3 Attaching the Hand Strap/Soft Carrying Case ..................................................................... 3 Index of Controls ...................................................................................
Index of Controls Rear View MODE Button - Button See page 12. OSD Button See pages 10, See pages 10, 14, 15, 16. 11, 17. + Button See pages 10, 14, 15, 16. SHUTTER Button See pages 12, 13, 16, 17. DEL(ETE) Button See pages 16, 17. Strap Attachment Ring LCD Viewfinder See page 3. See page 10. POWER Switch (PLAY•OFF•REC) While pressing the center button, slide the POWER switch to REC or PLAY. See pages 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 21, 23. Underside View Battery Digital Camera Compartmen
Index of Controls Digital Camera Station (Front View) Digital Camera Connecting Terminal CHARGE Switch See page 7. RELEASE Switch POWER Lamp CHARGE Lamp See page 7. See pages 7, 9. See page 7. Digital Camera Station (Rear View) Video Out Connector Serial Connector DC In Connector See pages 18, 19. See pages 21, 23. See pages 7, 9. Power Supply Loading the Battery Pack 1Slide the Battery Compartment lid in the direction of the arrow and swing it open. Underside 2Install the Battery Pack with the
Power Supply Charging the Battery Pack (PV-BPN10 only) Install the Battery Pack (see page 6.) Charge the Battery Pack fully before operation. DC IN Connector 1 2 3 POWER CHARGE 4 5 Lamp Lamp • With a fully charged Battery Pack, you will have 1Connect DC OUT on the AC Adaptor a maximum of about 1 hour of continuous use to DC IN on the Digital Camera (77°F/25°C). Station until it locks with a click. • The useful operation time of the Battery will gradually decrease after repeated use and 2Plug the
RBRC Power Supply Battery Pack Notes Caution: To avoid damage to the Battery Pack: • Charge only with specified charger. • Do not drop or jar the Battery Pack. • The Battery can be charged within a • Use the Battery Pack with specified units temperature range of 32° F (0° C) and only. 104° F (40° C). To insure longer Battery Pack life: • The Battery Pack may be warm after • While not in use, remove the Battery charging or just after use. This is normal. Pack from the Digital Camera and store • D
Power Supply AC Adaptor DC IN Connector 1 3 2 POWER Lamp 1Connect DC OUT on the AC Adaptor 3Plug the AC Adaptor into an AC to DC IN on the Digital Camera outlet. Station until it locks with a click. The POWER Lamp lights up. Note: 2Insert the Digital Camera into the • While not in use, unplug the AC Adaptor Digital Camera Station until it locks. from the AC outlet. Plugged into an AC outlet, the AC Adaptor consumes 1.5W of electric power. 9
Adjusting LCD Viewfinder Brightness You may want to brighten or darken the LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) Viewfinder for easier viewing. This adjustment will not affect the captured image brightness. 2, 4 3 1 1Set the POWER switch to REC or PLAY. 2Press OSD repeatedly until the BRIGHT adjustment screen appears. BRIGHT - + 3Press (+) or (-) to change the bright- ness of the LCD Viewfinder; (+) for brighter, (-) for darker. • The normal screen will reappear if either (+) or (-) is not pressed withi
On Screen Display (OSD) The indications displayed on the LCD screen will tell you the operation status of the Digital Camera. REC Mode Playback Mode Battery Condition Function Status FULL Low Light Warning “LIGHT” will appear when the light level is REC EMPTY inadequate. In this case, more light As the Battery is LIGHT should be provided depleted, the to achieve better indication changes. 10FINE LEFT P10 FINE picture quality and color. Image Pages left in Displayed Image Page and its Image memor
Capturing Images 2 3 1 1Set the POWER switch to REC. image [approximately 5 seconds for NOR (Normal), 15 seconds for FINE Make sure you slide the POWER switch (Fine), and 17 seconds for SF (Super fully to the REC position. Fine)]. (It might take more time for the Digital Camera to process the image.) You may capture another image as soon as REC stops flashing. Note: 10FINE LEFT • You may switch SF (Super Fine), FINE (Fine) and NOR (Normal) mode anytime by 2Press MODE to select the image pressing
Capturing Close-up Images (macro) You can capture images of plants, insects, photo album pictures, and so on. 4 2 1 MACRO NORMAL 1Set the POWER switch to REC. 2Set the NORMAL/MACRO switch to MACRO. 3Bring the Digital Camera up to the subject [as close as approximately 3.1 inches (8cm) away]. 4Press SHUTTER when the subject is in focus. • You may have to move the Digital Camera closer or further away from the subject for proper focus • When finished with this feature, be sure to return the NORMAL
Playing Back Captured Images 2 1 Manual Playback 1Set the POWER switch to PLAY. P10 FINE 2Press (+) or (-) repeatedly, [(+) for ascending order, and (-) for descending order] to change the displayed image on the LCD Viewfinder. • The image page number and resolution mode are displayed at the bottom of the screen. • If there are no images in memory, a blue back screen will be displayed. 14
Playing Back Captured Images 2, 3 1 Auto Playback 3Press (+) or (-) again to cancel Auto 1Set the POWER switch to PLAY. Playback mode. AUTO PLAY STOP P10 FINE P20 FINE 2Hold down (+) or (-) more than three • “AUTO PLAY STOP” will be displayed. seconds [(+) for ascending order, and (-) for descending order.] to place the Digital Camera in Auto Playback mode. AUTO PLAY START P10 FINE • “AUTO PLAY START” will be displayed. • Each image will remain on the LCD Viewfinder for three seconds after it is
To Delete Specific Images You can delete unwanted images and increase the remaining image memory. Warning: Once deleted, images cannot be restored. 2, 4 3 1 1Set the POWER switch to PLAY. 4Press DEL to select YES when the image page you want to delete is displayed. 2Press DEL to display the DELETE menu. DELETE PLEASE WAIT ALL OSD PAGE + / - EXIT SHTR • It takes 3 to 6 seconds to delete the • To exit this menu, press SHTR. image. • Image page numbers are adjusted automatically as images are del
To Delete All Image Pages You can delete all images from memory with one easy operation. Warning: Once deleted, images cannot be restored. 2, 4 3 1 1Set the POWER switch to PLAY. 4Press DEL to select YES in the DELETE ALL menu. 2Press DEL to display the DELETE menu. PLEASE WAIT DELETE ALL OSD PAGE + / - EXIT SHTR • “PLEASE WAIT” will be displayed on screen (approx. 90 seconds) as all images are deleted from memory. • To exit this menu, press SHTR. Deletion is complete when the screen turns sol
Viewing Images on Your TV Screen Video Out 3 1 4 Video In 2 Video Cable (Supplied) 1Insert the Digital Camera into the Digital Camera Station until it locks. 2Connect the Digital Camera Station to your TV using the Video cable (supplied) as shown. 3Turn on your TV and select its video input mode. 4Set the Digital Camera POWER switch to PLAY. You may select manual or auto playback as described on pages 14 and 15. Note: • For extended periods of use, it is recommended to use the AC Adaptor for a p
Transferring Your Images (VCR) 3, 5 Video Out 1 4 POWER POWER VIDEO IN 2 L-AUDIO IN 2-R VIDEO IN 2 L-AUDIO IN 2-R VCR/TV VCR/TV CHANNEL CHANNEL STOP/EJECT STOP/EJECT REW/ REW/ PLAY PLAY FF/ FF/ REC/TIME REC/TIME MONO MONO PROG PROG SET SET SELECT SELECT Video In 2 Video Cable (Supplied) 1Insert the Digital Camera into the Digital Camera Station until it locks. 2Connect the Digital Camera Station to your VCR using the Video cable (supplied) as shown. 3Turn on your VCR and select its line
Transferring Your Images (Windows) • 10MB available hard disk space. System Requirements: • 256 Color monitor or full color recom- • IBM PC/AT or compatible. mended (24bit per pixel or 16.7M color). • MS-Windows 3.1 or Windows 95. • 3.5 inch 1.44MB floppy disk drive (for • 386SX CPU or higher. (486 recom- installation). mended.) • RS-232C serial port (D-Sub 9-pin). An • RAM: 8MB on-board memory. adaptor is required for a D-Sub 25-pin. • Mouse or other pointing device. PV-DC1000 Driver Installati
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