Panasonic Digital Camera DMC-LZ10 user manual

User manual for the device Panasonic Digital Camera DMC-LZ10

Device: Panasonic Digital Camera DMC-LZ10
Size: 9,97 MB
Date of adding : 2013-09-29 15:28:25
Number of pages: 140
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Operating Instructions
Digital Camera
Model No. DMC-LZ10
Before connecting, operating or
adjusting this product, please read the
instructions completely.
For USA assistance, please call: 1-800-211-PANA (7262) or, contact us via the web at:
For Canadian assistance, please call: 1-800-99-LUMIX (1-800-995-8649) or
send e-mail to:

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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: Model No.: DMC-LZ10 This equipment has been tested and DMC-LZ8 found to comply with the limits for a Responsible party: Panasonic Class B digital device, pursuant to Corporation of North Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits America are designed to provide reasonable One Panasonic Way, protection against harmful interference Secaucus, NJ 07094 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 yo

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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 place • Do not leave the camera with the lens with a relatively stable temperature. facing the sun as rays of light from the [Recommended temperature: sun may cause it to malfunction. Also, 15 °C to 25 °C (59 °F to 77 °F), be careful when you leave the camera Recommended humidity: 40% to 60%] outside or near a

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Contents Basic Before Use Taking Pictures Easily Information for Your Safety ....................... 2 ( Intelligent Auto Mode) .................. 27 Preparation Taking Pictures in the Desired Setting ( Program AE Mode) ....................... 30 Standard Accessories ............................... 8 Photography basics Names of the Components ....................... 9 – exposure, focus, and color ............ 31 Quick Guide ............................................ 10 Taking Pictures with t

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Pet mode......................................... 58 [ASPECT CONV.] ............................... 93 High sensitivity mode ...................... 58 [ROTATE] / [ROTATE DISP.] ............. 94 Beach mode .................................... 58 [FAVORITE] ........................................ 95 Starry sky mode .............................. 58 [DPOF PRINT] .................................... 96 Fireworks mode .............................. 59 [PROTECT].......................................

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Preparation Standard Accessories Before using your camera, check the contents. ■ Batteries ■ Strap AA Alkaline batteries (LR6) VFC4297 ■ AV Cable • Card is optional. K1HA08CD0008 You can record or play back pictures on the built-in memory when you are not using a card. • For information about optional accessories, please refer to “Digital Camera Accessory System”. ( P127 ) ■ USB Connection Cable • If any of the accessories are lost, K1HA08CD0007 customers in the USA should contact Panasoni

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Preparation Names of the Components 10[AV OUT/DIGITAL] socket 123 4 5 6 9 ( P100 , 103 , 107 ) 11LCD monitor ( P40 , 108 ) 12Microphone ( P61 ) 13Recording/playback switch ( P18 ) 14[MENU/SET] button ( P17 ) 15Camera ON/OFF switch ( P17 ) AV OUT 16[EXPOSURE] button ( P50 ) 17Cursor buttons DIGITAL w /Self-timer button ( P47 ) r /Macro button ( P46 ) q /Flash mode button ( P43 ) 78 10 e /Exposure compensation ( P48 ) / Auto bracket ( P49 ) /White balance 11 12 13 1415 fi ne adjustment

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Preparation Quick Guide This is the overview of the procedure 3Play back the pictures. to record pictures with this camera. For 1 each operation, be sure to refer to the corresponding pages. 1Insert the batteries. 2 1 Set the Recording/playback switch to [Q]. 2 Select the picture you want to view. ( P37 ) • When you do not use the card (optional), you can record or play back pictures on the built-in memory. Refer to P 16 when you use a card. 2Turn the camera on to take pictures. •

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Preparation About the Batteries ■ Usable batteries conditions of use, the camera may not operate properly and the batteries may AA Alkaline batteries (supplied) become exhausted without warning AA Rechargeable Ni-MH (nickel metal because the battery indication is hydride) batteries (optional) not displayed correctly. This is not a AA Oxyride batteries (optional) malfunction. • One of the following messages • We recommend turning the camera off appears when you insert batteries for freque

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Preparation ■ Battery shapes that cannot be used the ambient temperature is low [10 °C • Batteries with unusual shapes cause (50 °F) or less]. This is particularly true leakage, heat generation or explosion if when using alkaline or oxyride batteries inserted in the camera. so warm them in your pocket etc. before • Batteries with the covering partly or fully using them. Make sure that no metal peeled off. Never use these batteries. objects such as a lighter are placed (Refer to the illustr

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Preparation and discharges. ■ Battery life • We recommend charging the batteries The number of recordable pictures (By after they are fully discharged. If you CIPA standard in program AE mode [ ]) charge the batteries before they are Number of recordable fully discharged, it can reduce battery pictures (Approx.) Batteries Used performance. This is called “memory DMC-LZ10 DMC-LZ8 effect”. Panasonic 160 pictures 180 pictures • If “memory effect” occurs, continue using Alkaline batteries (8

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Preparation • The number of recordable pictures The number of recordable pictures and the playback time will also vary varies depending on the recording depending on the brand and type of interval time. If the recording interval batteries used. time becomes longer, the number of • We recommend using economy mode or recordable pictures decreases. turning off the camera frequently while (e.g. When recording once every 2 recording to maintain battery power. minutes: about 1/4 the number w

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Preparation Inserting/Removing the Batteries/Card (Optional) • Check that the camera is turned off. • The card may be damaged if it is not fully • Use alkaline batteries (supplied), Ni-MH inserted. batteries (optional) or oxyride batteries 3 1Close the battery door or the (optional). card door. • Prepare a card. 2Slide the battery door or the • You can record or play back pictures card door to the end and then on the built-in memory when you are close it fi rmly. not using a card. ( P1

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Preparation About the Built-in Memory/the Card The built-in memory can be used as a • This unit supports SD Memory Cards temporary storage device when the card formatted in the FAT12 and FAT16 being used becomes full. systems that comply with SD Memory Card Specifi cations. It also supports ■ Built-in Memory [ ] SDHC Memory Cards formatted in the You can record or play back pictures FAT32 system. on the built-in memory when you are • This unit (SDHC compliant equipment) not using a

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Preparation Setting Up the Clock (Turning the camera [ON] for the fi rst time) ■ Initial setting 3Press [MENU/SET]. The clock is not set when the camera is shipped. When you turn the camera on, Checking the clock setting the following screen appears. (It does not Press [DISPLAY] several times. appear in playback mode.) – Current date and time will be displayed on the bottom left of the screen for about 5 seconds. Changing the clock setting 1 Press [MENU/SET]. 2 Press e/r to select [CLOC

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Preparation Basics of Modes and Menus About the mode Selecting recording modes or playback mode. Recording mode Intelligent auto mode P27 Taking pictures easily. Program AE mode P30 Taking pictures in the desired setting. A/S/M mode P50 This mode allows you to create elaborate pictures. A: Aperture-priority AE S: Shutter-priority AE M: Manual exposure 1 Slide the recording/playback Advanced scene mode P52 switch A to (up) or Q Taking pictures of people, scenery, etc. (down). expre

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Preparation About the menu This camera contains various menus to enable you to setup your own preferences for recording and playing. Displayed menu items vary depending on each mode. Setup menu (Common in recording mode / playback mode) P20 To setup the default setting of the camera, such as the batteries, clock, etc. Recording menu (Only in recording mode) P67 To setup the picture size, ISO sensitivity, etc. Q Playback menu (Only in playback mode) P86 To setup the preference for editing

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Preparation Basic settings ( Setup menu) Setting up the preference of battery type, 4Press q and select settings using clock, economy mode, etc. e/r. • The further items will be displayed Make sure to set [BATTERY TYPE]. depending on items. Press q again, • If the type of battery being used and and select the settings using e/r. the type of battery selected are not the same, the battery indication will not be SETUP displayed correctly. The battery life may also become shorter. • We re

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