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Model No. PV-SD5000
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Before attempting to connect, operate or adjust this product, please read these
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Things You Should Know Things You Should Know Attach your purchase receipt here Thank you and congratulations Date of Purchase on your purchase of this state of the art Panasonic Digital Camera. This product Dealer Purchased From 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
Getting Started Getting Started Safety Precautions Safety Precautions WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS EQUIPMENT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with Part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful inter- ference when operated in a residential environment. If this equipment does cause interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the e
Important Safeguards Important Safeguards 1. Read Instructions — All the safety and 11.Grounding or Polarization — This video unit operating instructions should be read before may be equipped with either a polarized 2- the unit is operated. wire AC (Alternating Current) line plug (a plug having one blade wider than the other) 2. Retain Instructions — The safety and or 3-wire grounding type plug, a plug having operating instructions should be retained for a third (grounding) pin. future reference
Getting Started Getting Started Important Safeguards Important Safeguards 18.Replacement Parts — When replacement 17.Damage Requiring Service — Unplug this video unit from the wall outlet and refer parts are required, be sure the service servicing to qualified service personnel under technician has used replacement parts specified by the manufacturer or have the the following conditions: same characteristics as the original part. a. When the power-supply cord or plug is Unauthorized substitution
Table of Contents Table of Contents Getting Started Things You Should Know.................................................................................................. 2 Safety Precautions ........................................................................................................... 3 Important Safeguards ....................................................................................................... 4 Precautions..........................................................
Getting Started Getting Started Index of Controls Index of Controls Front View Light Sensor See page 36. MIC See page 24. Self-Timer MANUAL Button Indicator See pages 29, 30. See page 39. FLASH Emitter MANUAL Select See page 36. / Buttons See page 29. Lens Lens Cap See page 15. Rear View Emergency Eject hole ZOOM (T/W) See page 16. See pages 21, 22, 24. EJECT Button See page 16. POWER LED Speaker See page 18. SuperDisk Slot See pages 16, 50, ACCESS LED 57. See page 17. ACCESS LED See page 17. V
Index of Controls Index of Controls Rear View LCD Viewfinder See pages 21, 22, To PC Terminal 24, 31, 32. See pages 49, 50, 56, 57. REC MODE Button A/V OUT Jack See pages 21, 22, See page 35. 24, 25, 27, 29. DC IN Jack FLASH Button See page 14. See pages 36, 42, 44. MENU Button See pages 18, 19. SHTR (SHUTTER) Top View See pages 21, 34, 39, 40, 41~45. POWER Switch (PC•PLAY•OFF•REC•MANUAL REC) Bottom View See pages 18, 19. Battery Compartment Tripod Receptacle See page 13. Used when securing the
Getting Started Getting Started On Screen Display (OSD) On Screen Display (OSD) The indication displayed on the LCD screen will tell you the operation status of the Digital Camera. REC OSD Light Metering Mode (See page 38.) Self-Timer Mode White Balance Mode AUTO : No Indication (See page 39.) (See page 37.) SPOT: Audio AUTO : No Indication Displayed when image with INDOOR : AUDIO is recorded. OUTDOOR : (See pages 22, 24.) WHITE SET : WS Flash Mode RapidFire™ Page (See page 36.) Remain (See pa
LCD Monitor Indication LCD Monitor Indication Recording Menu [ REC Mode ] AUDIO (See pages 22, 24.) 1 To select audio recording ON/OFF. 1 SELF TIMER (See page 39.) 2 To set Self Timer. 2 BRIGHTNESS (See page 31.) 3 3 To adjust LCD Viewfinder brightness. OSD (See pages 9, 10, 11.) 4 4 To select OSD display ON/OFF. 5 RAPID (See page 27.) 5 To select RapidFire™ mode ON/OFF. 6 CLOCK SET (See page 20.) 6 To set clock. 7 BEEP (See page 26.) 7 8 To select beep mode when capturing images. QUICK REC (FD)
Getting Started Getting Started LCD Monitor Indication LCD Monitor Indication Playback Menu 1 DISPLAY MODE (See pages 32, 33, 34.) 1 2 Select playback mode. 3 DELETE (See pages 41, 42, 43.) 2 Delete image from SuperDisk Diskette or 4 Floppy Disk. 5 COPY (See pages 44, 45.) 3 To set copy. PRINT MARK (See page 67.) 4 To set print mark. SLIDE SHOW (See page 46.) 5 Playback images as slide show. On Screen Display Order Note • Press MENU to display MENU screen, then select OSD: ON. • If you select OF
Power Supply Power Supply Charge the Battery Pack on the AC Adaptor 1 Connect AC Cable (supplied) to AC IN on the AC Adaptor and plug the AC Adaptor into an AC outlet. • POWER Lamp lights red. • Disconnect DC Cable if it is AC Cable connected to AC Adaptor. AC Adaptor 2 Attach the Battery as shown to charge. • Charge Lamp on the AC Adaptor POWER Lamp flashes green. When lamp stops flashing, the Battery is fully charged. (Takes approx. 1 hour 40 minutes.) 3 Remove the Battery. Slide the Battery o
Getting Started Getting Started Power Supply Power Supply Loading the Lithium Battery [ Bottom View ] 1 Slide the Battery Compartment lid in the direction of the arrow and swing it open. Latch 2 While sliding Latch, insert the Lithium Ion Battery until it locks into place. • Be sure to use a Lithium Ion Battery. Be sure that the direction of the arrow on the battery is facing down when inserting it into the camera. 3 Swing the Battery Compartment lid down and slide it shut. WARNING! Do not dispo
Power Supply Power Supply Using AC Adaptor Jack Cover 4 1 2 3 AC Cable (supplied) 2DC IN DC POWER Cable (supplied) AC Adaptor (supplied) 1 Pull up the Jack Cover. 2 Connect DC POWER Cable (supplied) to DC OUT on the AC Adaptor and DC IN on the Digital Camera. 3 Connect AC Cable (supplied) to AC IN on the AC Adaptor. 4 Plug the AC Adaptor into an AC outlet. Note • While not in use, unplug the AC Adaptor from the AC outlet. • Use the supplied Panasonic AC Adaptor. • Do not connect AC Adaptor after
Getting Started Getting Started Removing the Lens Cap and Attaching the Camera Strap Removing the Lens Cap and Attaching the Camera Strap Attaching the Lens Cap Cord 1 Thread the Lens Cap cord through the Strap Attachment Ring. 2 Run the Lens Cap through the cord loop and pull tight. Attaching the Camera Strap Lens Cap Holder 1 Thread the Lens Cap Holder onto the strap. 2 Thread the strap ends through the Strap Attachment Rings. 3 Reinsert the strap ends through 2 their buckles. 1 3 • Make sure
Inserting the SuperDisk™ Diskette or Floppy Disk Inserting the SuperDisk™ Diskette or Floppy Disk Inserting the Disk Media: 1 Turn the Power ON, open the cover • The captured images will be stored on and insert the Disk Media. the Disk Media. • Be sure to insert the Disk Media before using the camera. 2 Push the Disk Media fully into the EJECT Button SuperDisk Drive. Removing the Disk Media: 2 Set the POWER Switch to REC, PLAY or PC. Push the EJECT button so the Disk Media pops out. (Be careful
Getting Started Getting Started Inserting the SuperDisk™ Diskette or Floppy Disk Inserting the SuperDisk™ Diskette or Floppy Disk Note • Do not bend, drop, apply high pressure • Do not, under any circumstances, eject or subject the Disk Media to strong the Disk Media immediately after shocks. pressing the SHUTTER Button (during • Do not store it in places with high recording of an image) or while deleting temperature, high humidity, a lot of dust, (when “PLEASE WAIT” is displayed). or static ele
Operating the MENU Screen Operating the MENU Screen How to operate the MENU screen Please refer to pages 10~11 for explanation of each menu item. 1POWER Switch Example of Menu Screens [ PLAY mode ] [ REC mode ] [ MANUAL REC mode ] 3, 4 Select Button POWER LED 2, 5 / / / MENU Button When selecting REC mode 2 Press MENU to display MENU screen. 1 3 Press or to select the item. 4 Press or to set it. 1 Remove the Lens Cap. Set POWER Switch to REC. • Turn the dial so that it clicks into position.
Getting Started Getting Started Operating the MENU Screen Operating the MENU Screen When selecting MANUAL REC mode 2 Press MENU to display MENU screen. 1 3 Press or to select the item. 4 Press or to set it. 1 Remove the Lens Cap. Set POWER Switch to MANUAL REC. • Turn the dial so that it clicks into position. • The POWER LED lamp lights up. 5 Press MENU to exit. When selecting PLAY mode 2 Press MENU to display the MENU screen. 1 3 Press or to select the item. • When there is no image in Pl
Setting the Clock Setting the Clock Before you begin Remove the Lens Cap. Set the POWER 1 Press or to select CLOCK SET Switch to REC, MANUAL REC or PLAY. in the MENU screen. (See pages 18, 19.) Press MENU to [ REC mode ] [ MANUAL REC mode ] display the MENU screen. [ PLAY mode ] POWER Switch 2 Press to display CLOCK SET menu. 3 Press or hold down or to select hour, then press to set. • Repeat for minute, month, day and year. • Double check all items before exiting 1, 2, 3 the menu. Select
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