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Before Use Before Use Dear Customer, Carefully observe copyright laws. We would like to take this opportunity to Recording of pre-recorded tapes or thank you for purchasing this Panasonic discs or other published or broadcast Digital Camera. Please read these material for purposes other than your Operating Instructions carefully and keep own private use may infringe copyright them handy for future reference. laws. Even for the purpose of private use, recording of certain material may be re
Before Use FCC Note: (U.S. only) Trade Name: Panasonic This equipment has been tested and Model No.: DMC-FZ30 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 designed to provide reasonable One Panasonic protection against harmful interference Way, Secaucus, NJ in a residential installation. This 07094 equipment generates, uses, and can Support Contact: Panasonic r
Before Use -If you see this symbol- ∫ About the LCD monitor/Viewfinder Do not press the LCD monitor strongly. Information on Disposal in other It may cause uneven colors on the LCD Countries outside the European monitor or a malfunction of the LCD Union monitor. This symbol is only valid in the European In a place with drastic temperature Union. changes, condensation may form on the If you wish to discard this product, please LCD monitor. Wipe it with a soft, dry cloth. contact you
Before Use ∫ About the Lens ∫ If you will not be using the camera for Do not direct the lens to the sun or strong a long time light sources. It may cause not only a Store the battery in a cool and dry place malfunction of the camera but irreversible with a relatively stable temperature. damage to your eye. (Recommended temperature: Do not press the lens strongly. 15 oC to 25 oC (59 oF to 77 oF), Leaving the camera with the lens facing Recommended humidity: 40% to 60%) the sun may cause
Before Use About These Operating Instructions ∫ About indications in these operating instructions SCN1 SCN2 Modes indicated here allow you to use the functions or settings described on this page. Set the Mode dial to any of the modes to use the functions or settings. Convenient or helpful information for use of the camera is described. ∫ About illustrations in these operating instructions Please note that the appearance of the product, the illustration or the menu screen are a little different
Contents Taking Pictures using Auto Bracket........55 Before Use Optical Image Stabilizer..........................56 Taking Pictures using Burst Mode ..........57 Information for Your Safety.......................2 About These Operating Instructions .........6 Playback (basic) Preparation Playing Back Pictures .............................59 Multi Playback (9 screens, Standard Accessories...............................9 16 screens, and 25 screens)...............60 Names of the Components .....
Metering Mode [METERING MODE]......................... 87 Connecting to a PC or Printer AF Mode [AF MODE]........................ 88 Before Connecting to the PC or Continuous AF [CONT.AF] ............... 90 the Printer [USB MODE] ................... 117 AF Assist Lamp Connecting to a PC............................... 118 [AF ASSIST LAMP] .......................... 90 Connecting to a PictBridge-compliant Digital Zoom [D.ZOOM] .................... 91 Printer..........................
Preparation Preparation Standard Accessories Before using your camera, check the contents. o 1 SD Memory Card (32 MB) 1 (In the text, it is called the “Card”) 2Battery Pack (In the text, it is called the “Battery”) 3 Battery Charger (In the text, it is indicated as “Charger”) RP-SD032B (This can be used with multiple 2 3 product.) 4 USB Connection Cable 5AV Cable 6 CD-ROM 7Strap 8 Lens Cap CGR-S006A DE-993B 9 Lens Hood 4 For information about optional accessories, please refer to “Digital K
Preparation Names of the Components 1Lens (P5) 12 3 4 2 Front dial (P44, 60, 61, 64, 66) 3 Self-timer Indicator (P53) AF Assist Lamp (P90) 4 Flash (P49) 5 Diopter Adjustment Dial (P29) 567 8 9 10 11 6 Viewfinder (P25, 127) 7 [DISPLAY] Button (P25) 8 [EVF/LCD] Button (P25) 9 [AE LOCK] Button (P40) 10 Speaker (P100) 11 Rear dial (P39, 59, 65, 66) 12 LCD Monitor (P25, 26, 127) 13 [MENU] Button (P21) 14 Delete Button (P62) 12 13 14 15 16 15 Cursor Buttons 2/Self-timer Button (P53) 4/[REV] Button (P4
E S O L C M S A Preparation 18 Zoom ring (P33) 18 19 20 19 Focus ring (P46) 20 Shutter Button (P37) 21 Strap Eyelet (P17) 22 Microphone (P69, 87) 23 Hot Shoe (P97) 24 Mode Dial (P36) 25 Camera ON/OFF Switch (P21) 26 Power Indicator (P37) 27 Single or Burst Mode Button (P57) 28 Optical Image Stabilizer Button (P56) P P 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 [FOCUS] Button (P47,77, 89) 29 30 31 30 Focus Switch (P42, 45, 46) (AF/AF MACRO/MF) 31 Flash Open Lever (P49) 32 [REMOTE] Socket (P125) 32 33 [AV OUT/DI
Preparation Charging the Battery with the Charger When the camera is shipped, the battery is 3 Detach the battery after charging not charged. Charge the battery before is completed. use. 1 Attach the battery to the charger. After charging is completed, be sure to disconnect the charger from the electrical outlet. The battery becomes warm after use/ 2 Connect the charger to the charge or during charge. The camera also electrical outlet. becomes warm during use. However, it is not a ma
Preparation About the Battery (Charging/number of recordable pictures) ∫ Battery indication Playback time when using the LCD The remaining battery power appears on monitor the screen. Playback time Approx. 300 min The number of recordable pictures and playback time will vary depending on the The battery indication turns red and operating conditions and storing condition blinks. of the battery. Recharge the battery or replace it with ∫ Charging fully charged battery. [It does not appea
N N N E E E P P P O O O Preparation Inserting/Removing the Battery Check that the camera is turned off. 3 1 Close the battery door. Close the flash. 2 Slide the release lever as far as 1 Slide the release lever in the it will go in the direction of the direction of the arrow to open the arrow to close the battery door battery door A. firmly. Please be sure to use genuine Panasonic batteries (CGR-S006A). If you will not be using the camera for a 2 Insert: long time, remove the batt
Preparation Inserting/Removing the Card Check that the camera is turned off. The card may be damaged if it is not Close the flash. fully inserted. 1 Slide the card door to open it. 3 1 Close the card door. 2 Slide the card door to the end to close it firmly. The card and the data may be damaged if it is inserted or removed while the camera is on. If the card door cannot be completely We recommend using Panasonic’s closed, remove the card and insert it SD Memory Card. (Use only
Preparation About the Card ∫ Access to the card switch is unlocked, these functions When pictures are being recorded onto the become available.) card, the card access indication A lights red. SD Memory Card 5 On this unit, you can use SD Memory Cards of the following capacity (from 8 MB When the card access indication lights, to 2 GB). pictures are being read or deleted or the card is cleaned up (P114) or formatted 8 MB, 16 MB, 32 MB, 64 MB, 128 MB, (P115). do not: 256MB, 512MB, 1GB,
Preparation Removing the Lens Cap/Attaching the Strap ∫ Remove the lens cap ∫ Attaching the strap (supplied) 1 Pinch the lens cap and remove it. 1 Pass the strap through the hole at the Strap Eyelet. 2 Pass the strap through the stopper and fasten the strap. When you turn the camera off, carry the camera or play back the pictures, attach the lens cap to protect the surface of the lens. Detach the lens cap before taking pictures. Be careful not to lose the lens cap. A: Pull the strap
Preparation Attaching/Removing the Lens Hood In bright sunlight or backlight, the lens hood ∫ Temporarily storing the lens hood will minimize lens flare and ghosting. (Temporary storage) The lens hood cuts out excess light and 1 1 Place the camera upside down. improves the picture quality. 2 Remove the lens hood and turn Check that the camera is turned off. it around, aligning lens hood Close the flash. mark A with lens hood ∫ When attaching the lens hood positioning groove B on the 1
Preparation 2 Attach the lens cap. If you use a flash when the lens hood is attached, the light from the flash is blocked by the lens hood. The bottom of the screen becomes dark (vignetting) and you cannot adjust the flash setting. We recommend removing the lens hood before taking pictures with a flash. When using the AF assist lamp in the dark, detach the lens hood. Ensure that the lens cap is firmly For details on how to attach the MC attached. protector and the ND filter, ref
Preparation Setting Date/Time (Clock Set) ∫ Initial setting 2 Select [M/D/Y], [D/M/Y] or [Y/M/D]. The clock is not set when the camera is shipped. When you turn the camera on, the CLOCK SET following screen appears. 10:001DEC.11.2005 M/D/Y PLEASE SET THE CLOCK MENU CLOCK SET SELECT SET EXIT MENU When pressing the [MENU] button, the Close the menu by pressing the screen shown in step 1 appears. [MENU] button 2 times after finishing The screen disappears after about the setting. 5 seco
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