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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 restricted. I
Before Use Trade Name: Panasonic FCC Note: (U.S. only) This equipment has been tested and Model No.: DMC-LX1 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 Way, protection against harmful interference Secaucus, NJ 07094 in a residential installation. This Support Contact: Panasonic Consumer equipment generates, us
Before Use -If you see this symbol- n Care for the camera • Do not shake or cause impact to the Information on Disposal in other camera. The camera may not be Countries outside the European operated normally or recording of pictures Union may be disabled, or the lens may be This symbol is only valid damaged. in the European Union. • Sand or dust may cause a malfunction If you wish to discard this of the camera. When you use the product, please contact camera on a beach etc., take car
Before Use n About the Lens n 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: 59°F to • Do not press the lens strongly. 77°F (15°C to 25°C), Recommended • Leaving the camera with the lens facing humidity: 40% to 60%] the sun may cause
Before Use About These Operating Instructions Please note that the description on this page is a sample and all pages are not described in this manner. 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. Using the Optical Zoom SCN1 SCN2 • The picture may have some distortion You can make people and subjects appear (typical example: vertical straight line bent closer with the 4 times
Contents Before Use Recording pictures (advanced) Information for Your Safety . . . . . . . . . . .2 Using the Mode Dial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 About These Operating Instructions . . . . .6 • Aperture-priority AE . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 • Shutter-priority AE . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 • Manual exposure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 Preparation • Motion picture mode . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 Standard Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 • Scene mode . . . . . . . . .
Shooting with the extended optical Others zoom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88 Screen Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112 Playback (advanced) Cautions for Use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114 Message Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116 Playing Back Pictures with Audio/Motion Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118 pictures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89 Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123 Usi
Preparation Standard Accessories Before using your camera, check the contents. n SD Memory Card (32 MB) n CD-ROM RP-SD032BVE0 (In the text, it is indicated as “Card”) n Strap VFC4082 n Battery Pack CGA-S005A (In the text, it is indicated as “Battery”) n Battery Carrying Case VYQ3509 n Battery Charger DE-A11B n Lens Cap (In the text, it is indicated as “Charger”) VYF3055 n Lens Cap String VFC4137 n AV Cable K1HA08CD0008 • For information about optional accessories, please refer to “Digital Came
Preparation Names of the Components 1 Lens part 12 3 2 Self-timer Indicator (P44) AF Assist Lamp (P77) 3 Flash (P32, 40) 4 Joystick (P34, 49, 83) 45 6 5 AF/AE Lock Button (P85) 6 Cursor buttons w/Self-timer Button (P44) r/[REV] Button (P37) q/Flash Mode Button (P40) e/Backlight Compensation in Auto Mode (P36)/Exposure Compensation (P45)/Auto Bracket (P46)/White Balance Fine Adjustment (P72) Button 7 LCD Monitor (P27, 112) 8 Status Indicator 9 [MENU] Button (P23, 61, 90) 7 8 9 10 11 10 [DISPLA
Preparation 14 Aspect ratio switch (P87) 14 15 16 15 Zoom Lever (P37, 38, 50, 51) 16 Optical Image Stabilizer Button (P47) 17 Flash Open Switch (P40) 18 Speaker (P89) 19 Microphone (P59, 75) 20 Mode Dial (P30) 21 Shutter Button (P31) 22 Camera Switch (P23) 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Lens Cap/Strap Eyelet (P21) 23 24 [DIGITAL/AV OUT] Socket (P104, 106, 108) 25 [DC IN] Socket (P106, 108) 24 • Please be sure to use genuine Panasonic AC adaptor (DMW-AC5; 25 optional). 26 • This camera cannot charge the
Preparation Quick Guide This is the overview of the procedure to 3 Turn the camera on to take record pictures with this camera. For each operation, be sure to refer to the pictures. corresponding pages. • Set the clock. (P22) 1 Charge the battery. (P13) 1 • When the camera is shipped, the battery is not charged. Charge the 3 battery before use. 2 1 Set the mode dial to [L]. 2 Insert the battery and the card. 2 Open the flash. (When using the (P15, 16) flash) (P40) 3 Press the shutter butt
Preparation Charging the Battery with the Charger When the camera is shipped, the battery is 3 Detach the battery. not charged. Charge the battery before use. 1 Attach the battery with attention to the direction of the battery. • After charging is completed, be sure to disconnect the charger from the electrical outlet. • The battery becomes warm after use/ charge or during charge. The camera also becomes warm during use. However, this is not a malfunction with the camera. 2 Connect the ch
Preparation About the Battery n Battery indication n Playback time The remaining battery power appears on Playback time Approx. 300 min. the screen. [It does not appear when you The number of recordable pictures and use the camera along with the AC adaptor playback time will vary depending on the (DMW-AC5; optional).] operating conditions and storing condition of the battery. n Charging The indication turns red and blinks: Charging time Approx. 130 min. Recharge or replace the battery. Cha
Preparation Inserting/Removing the Battery • Check that the camera is turned off and 3 1 Close the card/battery door. that the lens is retracted. • Close the flash. 2 Slide the card/battery door to the end and then close it firmly. 1 Slide the card/battery door to open it. 2 1 • Please be sure to use genuine • If you will not be using the camera for a Panasonic batteries (CGA-S005A). long time, remove the battery. Store the 2 Insert: removed battery in the battery carrying case (supplied)
Preparation Inserting/Removing the Card • Check that the camera is turned off and 3 1 Close the card/battery door. that the lens is retracted. • Close the flash. 2 Slide the card/battery door to the end and then close it firmly. 1 Slide the card/battery door to open it. 2 1 • If the card/battery door cannot be completely closed, remove the card and insert it again. 2 Insert: Insert the card with the label side facing the back of the camera until it clicks. Remove: Push the card until it c
Preparation About the Card n Access to the card n SD Memory Card (supplied) and When pictures are being recorded onto the MultiMediaCard (optional) The SD Memory Card and MultiMediaCard card, the card access indication 1 lights are small, lightweight, removable external red. memory cards. The reading/writing speed of an SD Memory Card is fast. The SD 19 Memory Card is equipped with a Write- 1 Protect switch 2 that can inhibit writing and formatting a card. (When the switch is slid to the
Preparation Approximate number of recordable pictures and the size j Aspect ratio Picture size 8M (3840×2160 pixels) EZ 5.5M (3072×1728 pixels) Quality G H G H RAW TIFF TIFF 16 MB 0360 0 5 10 32 MB 1 7 14 1 1 11 22 64 MB 2 15 29 3 3 23 46 128 MB 4 30 60 6 7 47 93 256 MB 9 59 115 13 14 92 180 512 MB 18 115 230 26 28 180 350 1 GB 36 230 460 52 57 360 710 2 GB 74 470 930 105 115 740 1420 Aspect ratio j Picture size 7M (3248×2160 pixels) 2M EZ (1920×1080 pixels) G H G H RAW Quality TIFF TIFF 16 MB
Preparation Aspect ratio Picture size 4.5M EZ (2560×1712 pixels) 2.5M EZ (2048×1360 pixels) G H G H Quality TIFF TIFF 16 MB 1 6 12 1 10 19 32 MB 2 13 27 3 21 41 64 MB 4 28 55 6 44 84 128 MB 8 57 110 14 89 170 256 MB 17 110 210 27 170 330 512 MB 34 220 430 54 340 650 1 GB 69 440 860 105 680 1310 2 GB 140 890 1700 210 1360 2560 h Aspect ratio Picture size 6M (2880×2160 pixels) 4M EZ (2304×1728 pixels) Quality G H G H TIFF RAW TIFF 16 MB 0490 1 7 14 32 MB 1 9 19 1 2 15 29 64 MB 3 20 39 3 4 31 60 12
Preparation h Aspect ratio Picture size 3M EZ (2048×1536 pixels) 2M EZ (1600×1200 pixels) Quality G H G H TIFF TIFF 16 MB 1 9 17 2 14 28 32 MB 3 19 37 4 30 59 64 MB 6 39 75 10 62 120 128 MB 12 79 150 20 125 240 256 MB 24 150 290 39 240 470 512 MB 48 300 590 78 480 940 1 GB 96 610 1180 155 970 1880 2 GB 195 1220 2360 310 1920 3610 h Aspect ratio Picture size 1M EZ (1280×960 pixels) Quality G H TIFF 16 MB 3 22 41 32 MB 7 46 86 64 MB 15 94 175 128 MB 31 190 350 256 MB 61 370 690 512 MB 120 730 1370
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