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Operating Instructions

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(PV-DC2590 shown)
For assistance, call 1-800-272-7033.
Before attempting to connect, operate or adjust this product, please read these instructions
thoroughly, and keep them for future reference.

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  • Page 1: Digital Camera

    Digital Camera PV-DC2090/PV-DC2590 Model No. Operating Instructions ® (PV-DC2590 shown) For assistance, call 1-800-272-7033. Before attempting to connect, operate or adjust this product, please read these instructions thoroughly, and keep them for future reference.
  • Page 2: Things You Should Know

    Save this operating instruction manual as an operating and information guide. Unpack your Digital Camera Please confirm that the following items are packed in the Digital Camera box. They are provided to help you use or set up your Digital Camera. 1pc. Digital Camera 1 pc.
  • Page 3: Information

    • TO AVOID SHOCK HAZARD ... Your Digital Camera and power supply should not be exposed to rain or moisture. Do not connect the power supply or operate your Digital Camera if it gets wet. Your Digital Camera has been designed for outdoor use, however it is not designed to sustain direct exposure to water, rain, sleet, snow, sand, dust, or a direct splashing from a pool or even a cup of coffee.
  • Page 4: Important Safety Instructions For Digital Camera With Compact Modem Card

    Important Safety Instructions for Digital Camera with Compact Modem Card 1. Read and understand all instructions. 2. Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the product. 3. Unplug this product from the card slot before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners.
  • Page 5: Precautions For Compact Modem Card

    7. If trouble is experienced with this equipment PV-CFM10 for repair or warranty information, please contact Panasonic. If the equipment is causing harm to the telephone network, the Telephone Company may request that you disconnect the equipment until the problem is resolved.
  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Getting Started Things You Should Know ... 2 Information ... 3 Important Safety Instructions for Digital Camera with Compact Modem Card ... 4 Precautions for Compact Modem Card ... 5 Declaration of Conformity ... 7 Index of Controls ... 8 On Screen Display (OSD) ...
  • Page 7: Declaration Of Conformity

    Warranty ... 84 Service Center Directory ... 85 Index ... 86 This operating Instruction book is designed for use with models PV-DC2090 and PV-DC2590. The PV-DC2590 is the model used for illustrative purposes. Features may vary, so please read carefully.
  • Page 8: Index Of Controls

    Index of Controls Front View POWER Switch (PLAY•OFF•REC•MANUAL REC) Rotate the POWER switch to REC, MANUAL REC or PLAY. See pages 16, 18, 19, 22~26, 28~30, 32~38, 41~43, 48, 54, 61, 74, 78. SHTR (SHUTTER) Button See pages 19, 20, 25, 26, 35, 37~41, 74, 78.
  • Page 9 Rear View FLASH Button * See page 31. VIDEO OUT Terminal See page 28. SERIAL Terminal See page 48, 54. DC IN Terminal See page 15. Bottom View CARD EJECT Switch See page 17. Battery Compartment See page 14. Index of Controls * : PV-DC2590 Only SELF TIMER Button * See page 35.
  • Page 10 Index of Controls B/W Full Feature Indicator Panel (PV-DC2590 Only) Battery B/W Mode Indication Indication See page 11. See page 34. Time Lapse Indication See page 37. Recording Mode Self Timer Indication Indication See page 21. See page 35. Compact Modem Card (Included with PV-DC2590) Compact Modem Card See page 58.
  • Page 11: On Screen Display (Osd)

    The indication displayed on the LCD screen will tell you the operation status of the Digital Camera. REC OSD White Balance Mode Focus Mode (See page 32) (See page 29) AUTO : No Indication AUTO : No Indication OUTDOOR :...
  • Page 12: Lcd Monitor Indication

    LCD Monitor Indication Recording Menu < REC Mode> <REC MENU> REC MODE NO. 1 CARD SLOT FLASH AUTO SELF TIMER OTHERS EXIT : MENU <OTHERS> BRIGHTNESS CLOCK SET BEEP EXIT : MENU < MANUAL REC Mode> <MANUAL REC 1/3> REC MODE NO.
  • Page 13 Playback Menu <PLAY MENU 1/2> NORMAL DISPLAY MODE NO. 1 CARD SLOT DELETE COPY PRINT MARK EXIT : MENU <PLAY MENU 2/2> SLIDE SHOW COMMUNICATION OTHERS EXIT : MENU On Screen Display Order Press DISPLAY CARD1 MAY 24 1999 10 F 10 : 00 AM Note: •...
  • Page 14: Power Supply

    160 images* (at an ambient temperature of 25°C). * Conditions : • Using the Panasonic Alkaline batteries. • Capturing an image every 30 seconds. • Using Flash once for every other capture. • Recording mode is Normal.
  • Page 15: Attaching The Hand Strap

    AC Adaptor (Optional) Power Supply Pull up the Jack Cover. Connect DC OUT on the AC Adaptor to DC IN on the Digital Camera. Plug the AC Adaptor into an AC outlet. Note: • While not in use, unplug the AC Adaptor from the AC outlet.
  • Page 16: Compactflash Card

    Card Slot NO.1 or NO.2 in the direction of the arrow mark and so that the arrow mark side of the card faces the front (lens side) of the Digital Camera. Push the card fully into CompactFlash Card Slot. Set POWER to REC.
  • Page 17 Note: • Do not bend, drop, apply high pressure or subject the card to strong shocks. • Do not store it in places with high tem- perature, high humidity, a lot of dust, or static electricity and strong electromag- netic waves. •...
  • Page 18: Setting The Clock

    Setting the Clock 2, 6 LED Lamp 3, 4, 5 Set POWER to REC. • The LED Lamp lights up. Press MENU to display REC MENU. <REC MENU> REC MODE CARD SLOT NO. 1 FLASH AUTO SELF TIMER OTHERS EXIT : MENU Press to select OTHERS and press...
  • Page 19: Capturing Images

    Press SHTR down the rest of the way to actually capture the image. • Beep sounds once (see page 22). • While the Digital Camera processes the image, the LED Lamp will flash and then the captured image will be displayed on the LCD Viewfinder for a few seconds.
  • Page 20 • Avoid covering the lens with your fingers when capturing images. • Do not subject the LCD Viewfinder to pressure or shock. • Hold the Digital Camera as steady as possible when capturing an image. • The active LCD Viewfinder image will have a slightly degraded appearance when compared to a captured or transferred image.
  • Page 21 Recording Mode Recording Mode : Super Fine Mode Select this mode when you want the highest quality resolution with the lowest compression (i.e. for printing). : Fine Mode Select this mode when you want a high resolution (i.e. for printing or for archiving an image).
  • Page 22 CLOCK SET BEEP EXIT : MENU Press MENU twice to exit. Digital Camera will beep: • Once when you capture an image • Twice when you press the shutter button half way to adjust the focus. Press STAND BY, lens will not shorten and power will turn off.
  • Page 23: Adjusting Lcd Viewfinder Brightness

    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, 6 Lamp 3, 4, 5 Set POWER to REC or PLAY. •...
  • Page 24: Playing Back Captured Images

    Playing Back Captured Images Manual Playback Lamp 2, 3, 4 Note: • Turn off the LCD monitor when not in use by pressing the DISPLAY twice. To turn the monitor back on, press the DISPLAY again. • Pressing MENU with LCD OFF turns LCD ON and displays the menu.
  • Page 25 Playing Back Captured Images Manual Playback (Continued) When you capture an image in (Motion Image Rec) mode (see page 21). Zoom Playback 2, 3 Lamp 2, 4 The following message will appear. PUSH SHTR TO AUTO PLAY CARD1 MAY 24 1999 100-0001 10 : 00 AM Press SHTR to start playback of...
  • Page 26 Playing Back Captured Images Multi Playback 2, 3 Lamp 2, 4, 5, 6 Set POWER to PLAY. CARD1 MAY 24 1999 100-0010 F 10 : 00 AM • The LED Lamp lights up. Press MENU to display PLAY MENU and press to set display mode to <PLAY MENU 1/2>...
  • Page 27 Playing Back Captured Images Press images and images. • When the first image on CARD1 is selected, press on CARD2 (if inserted). When the last image on CARD1 is selected, press on CARD2 (if inserted). Press SHTR to playback the image you selected, and to go back to Manual Playback.
  • Page 28: Viewing Images On Your Tv Screen And Transferring Your Images (Vcr)

    (Supplied) <TV Monitor> Video In Video Cable (Supplied) Connect the Digital Camera to your TV or VCR using the Video cable (supplied) as shown. Turn on your TV and select its video input mode, or, turn on your VCR and select its line input mode.
  • Page 29: Focus/Macro Recording

    This camera enables you to capture almost any subject. However, you may need to change focus modes according to the distance from the subject or dark place. 2, 4 Lamp Focus/Macro Recording Set POWER to MANUAL REC. • The LED Lamp lights up. Press MENU to display MANUAL REC menu.
  • Page 30: Using The Built-In Flash

    Using the built-in Flash This camera includes a built-in Flash which can be used to capture images in dimly lit conditions. 2, 4 Lamp Note : • The LED Lamp on the flash unit lights when flash is charged and ready. •...
  • Page 31 (Flash) Button B/W Full Feature Indicator Panel (Model PV-DC2590 Only) The Flash will start charging and LCD Viewfinder will go OFF in the following conditions ; • POWER is set from OFF to REC and flash is in Flash mode. •...
  • Page 32: White Balance

    White Balance Auto White Balance automatically maintains optimum color balance in most lighting conditions. 2, 4 Lamp Set POWER to MANUAL REC. • The LED Lamp lights up. Press MENU to display MANUAL REC menu. <MANUAL REC 1/3> REC MODE CARD SLOT NO.
  • Page 33: Light Metering

    According to the recording condition and purpose, set light metering to measure exposure time. 2, 4 Lamp Light Metering Set POWER to MANUAL REC. • The LED Lamp lights up. Press MENU to display MANUAL REC menu. <MANUAL REC 1/3> REC MODE CARD SLOT NO.
  • Page 34: Capture B/W Images

    Capture B/W Images You can also capture images in black and white using this mode. 2, 5 Lamp 3, 4 Set POWER to MANUAL REC. • The LED Lamp lights up. Press MENU to display MANUAL REC menu. <MANUAL REC 1/3> REC MODE CARD SLOT NO.
  • Page 35: Self Timer Recording

    The Self-Timer allows you to capture an image about 10 seconds after pressing the shutter. 2, 4 Lamp Self-Timer Indicator B/W Full Feature Indicator Panel (Self-Timer) Button (Model PV-DC2590 Only) Self Timer Recording Set POWER to REC or MANUAL REC. •...
  • Page 36: Adjusting The Iris Manually

    Adjusting the Iris Manually Normally, the camera adjusts the exposure automatically. However, when the background is extremely bright, or when the subject is backlit, you can compensate by adjusting the Iris manually. 2, 6 Lamp 3, 4, 5 Set POWER to MANUAL REC. •...
  • Page 37: Time Lapse Recording

    Time Lapse enables you to set the camera to automatically capture an image from once every minute to once every 24 hours. 2, 4 Lamp Note : • During time lapse recording (even during non-recording intervals), the battery may become depleted. Therefore, using an AC Adaptor (optional) is recommended.
  • Page 38: To Delete Specific Images

    Lamp 3, 4, 5 Important: • While deleting image, do not turn off the Digital Camera or unplug the AC Adaptor (optional) because this will cause irreversible damage to the memory, resulting in reduced image storage capacity. Set POWER to PLAY.
  • Page 39: To Delete All Images

    Lamp 1, 2, 3 Important: • While “PLEASE WAIT” is displayed, do not turn off the Digital Camera or unplug the AC Adaptor (optional) because this will cause irreversible damage to the memory, resulting in reduced image storage capacity.
  • Page 40: Formatting Cf Card

    Lamp 1, 2, 3 Important: • While “PLEASE WAIT” is displayed, do not turn off the Digital Camera or unplug the AC Adaptor (optional) because this will cause irreversible damage to the memory, resulting in reduced image storage capacity.
  • Page 41: To Copy Image Pages

    Be sure to insert a CF card into both slots. Lamp 2, 3, 4 Important: • While “PLEASE WAIT” is displayed, do not turn off the Digital Camera or unplug the AC Adaptor (optional) because this will cause irreversible damage to the memory, resulting in reduced image storage capacity.
  • Page 42: To Copy All Images

    Be sure to insert CF cards into both slots. Lamp 2, 3 Important: • While “PLEASE WAIT” is displayed, do not turn off the Digital Camera or unplug the AC Adaptor because this will cause irreversible damage to the memory, resulting in reduced image storage capacity.
  • Page 43: Slide Show

    You can playback captured images as a slide show. Lamp 3, 4 Slide Show Set POWER to PLAY. • The LED Lamp lights up. Press MENU to display the PLAY menu. <PLAY MENU 1/2> NORMAL DISPLAY MODE CARD SLOT NO. 1 DELETE COPY PRINT MARK...
  • Page 44: Inserting The Pcmcia Adaptor

    Inserting the PCMCIA Adaptor If you are using a computer with a PCMCIA type II slot, you can insert the CompactFlash Card into a PCMCIA adaptor (not included). Inserting the CompactFlash Card • The adaptor with the CompactFlash Card should be inserted when your computer is in the power on mode.
  • Page 45 Inserting the PCMCIA Adaptor If Windows 95/98 Explorer is opened Sub Directory Image Folder (DCim) Identified as Removable Hard Disk Image is displayed as a Panaxxxx.jpg file...
  • Page 46: Transferring Your Images (Windows 95/98)

    Insert supplied Driver Software CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive. Click the "Start" button and then click "Run". Type in "d:\Panasonic\PalmCam\Setup.exe" and then click OK. Note: "d" Denotes the CD-ROM drive designation. Follow the instructions as they appear on your PC screen.
  • Page 47 Insert supplied Driver Software CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive. Click the "Start" button and then click "Run". Type in "d:\Panasonic\Twain\Setup.exe" and click "OK". Note: "d" Denotes the CD-ROM drive designation. When installation is completed, start up PhotoDeluxe Home Edition 3.0 and refer to HELP file for the instructions on how to transmit images.
  • Page 48 • The LED Lamp lights up. Note: • For extended periods of use, it is recommended to use the AC Adaptor (Optional) as a power source. • While the PC communicates with the Digital Camera, the Digital Camera cannot be operated. RS-232C (D-Sub 9-pin)
  • Page 49 Transferring Your Images (Windows 95/98) Running the Application Select Programs/PalmCam 2.0/ PalmCam 2.0 from the Start. PalmCam Driver is opened. Note : To specify the PORT to which the Camera is connected. The commands in the COM Port Setup menu are used to change the COM Port or Baudrate.
  • Page 50 Click [OK] from the Transfer Pass dialog Box and then start to transfer the image. [Now transferring the image... (Digital Camera -> PC)] will appear and the image transfer status will appear. Note : • The images transfered from the Camera will be automatically saved as file name [DSC xxx.
  • Page 51 Click [OK] to transfer the selected image to the camera. [Now transferring the image... (PC -> Digital Camera)] will appear and the image transfer status will appear. Note : •...
  • Page 52: Transferring Your Images (Macintosh)

    PalmCam Camera Driver Installation Turn on the Macintosh. Insert the supplied Driver Software CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive. Double click the "Panasonic Folder". Read the "Read Me" file. Drag the "PalmCam 2.0 Folder" where you want to copy. Adobe and PhotoDeluxe are trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated.
  • Page 53 Transferring Your Images (Macintosh) Plug-in Driver for Adobe® PhotoDeluxe™ 2.0 Installation • The Plug-in Driver, when installed, allows your camera to communicate directly with PhotoDeluxe 2.0. Note: • Please install Adobe PhotoDeluxe 2.0 before installing this driver. • For information on Adobe PhotoDeluxe, please call 206-675-6120 Web Site : http://www.adobe.com/supportservice/custsupport/main.html Turn on the Macintosh.
  • Page 54 • The LED Lamp lights up. Note: • For extended periods of use, it is recommended to use the AC Adaptor as a power source. • While the PC communicates with the Digital Camera, the Digital Camera cannot be operated. Modem port or...
  • Page 55 Transferring Your Images (Macintosh) Running the Application Double click the PalmCam icon. PalmCam Driver is opened. Note : To specify the PORT to which the Camera is connected. The commands in the COM Port Setup menu are used to change the COM Port or Baud Rate.
  • Page 56 Click [OK] from the Transfer Pass dialog Box and then start to transfer the image. [Now transferring the image... (Digital Camera -> PC)] will appear and the image transfer status will appear. Note : • The images transfered from the Camera will be automatically saved as file name [DSC xxx.
  • Page 57 Click [OK] to transfer the selected image to the camera. [Now transferring the image... (PC -> Digital Camera)] will appear and the image transfer status will appear. Note : •...
  • Page 58: Communication Function

    Card Slots in the direction of the arrow mark and so that the arrow mark side of the card faces the front (lens side) of the Digital Camera. Push the cards fully into the CompactFlash Card Slots. Connect the Modem Cable into the Modem Card, and connect Modular Jack to the Modular Cord.
  • Page 59 Note : Communication Function is only available in the USA. * PalmCam Communication software must be installed. PalmCam Communication software also available at www.panasonic.com/palmcam. Communication Function...
  • Page 60 Communication Function Notes for Modem Communication • Depending on the area, the line situation may be poor making communication impossible. • It is not possible to call from an extension line. (However, it is possible to call from an extension line to an outside line. In this case, it may be impossible to make a normal call.
  • Page 61: Remote Access

    This function enables you to operate the camera from great distances with the use of a modem. • Remote recording from the PC. • Downloading selected images to the PC. Lamp Note : Before operating Remote Access, • Be sure to install PalmCam Camera Driver (see pages 46, 52).
  • Page 62: Remote Access (Windows 95/98)

    Remote Access (Windows 95/98) Running the application You can transfer pre-recorded image files from the PC to the Camera. Note : Before operating, please install PalmCam 2.0 Camera Driver. Select Programs/PalmCam 2.0/Remote Access 1.0 from the Start. When application runs correctly, the Remote Access dialog box will be displayed.
  • Page 63 • Regarding modem entry, deletion, etc., please refer to the PC modem operating instructions, or Windows manual. Telephone number (PC -> Digital Camera) : To set the telephone number for connection from PC to camera - Please set your country code, area code, and local prefix.
  • Page 64 Remote Access (Windows 95/98) Camera Connection Select [Connect] from the Remote Access dialog box. If communication connection was made correctly, the Remote Access dialog box will be change as follows. • You need to setup the PC's modem before running this application. For more details, please refer to the PC modem operating instructions.
  • Page 65 Remote Access (Windows 95/98) Time Lapse Recording You can set the recording interval, image mode and clock for time lapse recording. Select [Time Lapse...] from the Remote Access dialog box. The time lapse dialog box will be displayed. Set Record, Mode, Interval and Clock Setup.
  • Page 66 Remote Access (Windows 95/98) Remote Recording You can control the Camera's shutter from the PC to capture and record pictures. Select [Shutter...] from the Remote Access dialog box. The shutter dialog box will display the number of pages remaining in the CF card for each mode.
  • Page 67 Remote Access (Windows 95/98) Download You can select the Camera image files to be transferred to the PC or you can select the Camera image files you want to delete. Select [Download] from the Remote Access dialog box. Image Preview dialog box will be displayed.
  • Page 68: Remote Access (Macintosh)

    Remote Access (Macintosh) Running the application You can transfer pre-recorded image files from the Camera to the PC. Note : Before operating, please install PalmCam 2.0 Camera Driver. Double click the "PalmCam Remote Access" icon. When application runs correctly, the Remote Access dialog box will be displayed.
  • Page 69 • Please set Telephone number (PC -> Digital Camera), and Transfer Path. Telephone number (PC -> Digital Camera) : Set the telephone number for connection from PC to camera. To insert a pause, type a " , " (comma) between the dial numbers.
  • Page 70 Remote Access (Macintosh) Camera Connection Select [Connect] from the Remote Access dialog box. If communication connection was made correctly, the Remote Access dialog box will change as follows. • You need to setup the PC's modem before running this application. For more details, please refer to the PC modem operating instructions.
  • Page 71 Remote Access (Macintosh) Time Lapse Recording You can set the recording interval, image mode and clock for time lapse recording. Select [Time Lapse...] from the Remote Access dialog box. The time lapse dialog box will be displayed. Set Record, Interval, Mode and Clock Setup.
  • Page 72 Remote Access (Macintosh) Remote Recording You can controls the camera's shutter from the PC to capture and record pictures. Select [Shutter...] from the Remote Access dialog box. The shutter dialog box will display the number of pages remaining in the CF card for each mode.
  • Page 73 Remote Access (Macintosh) Download You can select the Camera image files to be transferred to the PC or you can select the Camera image files you want to delete. Select [Download] from the Remote Access dialog box. Image Preview dialog box will be displayed.
  • Page 74: Communication

    Communication This function enables you to send images from the Camera to a PC or Fax machine in a remote location using a modem. 8, 10 Lamp 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9 Note : Before operating Communication; • Be sure to install and run PalmCam Camera Driver.
  • Page 75 Press to select V34, V90, or K56 from MODEM and press • Normally, V90 is selected. If your PC modem is 56K, set to 56K. • This step is not necessary when sending image to a fax machine. <COMMUNICATION> TONE LINE TYPE MODEM MODE...
  • Page 76: Pc Connection

    PC Connection Driver Software Quick Reference 1 File Create New Album To create an untitled album window which does not have any images. File Open... To open an existing image (BMP or JPEG), or album file. Close To close the active image or album window. Save To save the active image or album window.
  • Page 77 2 Edit Add to Album... To add images to a new or existing album file. To remove the selected image from the active Album and place it on the Clipboard. Copy To copy the selected image from the active Album and place it on the Clipboard. Paste To paste the image on the Clipboard in the active Album.
  • Page 78: Using The Digital Photo Printer

    Using the Digital Photo Printer Images can be selected for print out on a digital photo printer (sold separately). 2, 5 Lamp 3, 4 This print mark is based on DPOF (Digital Print Order Format). Stamp Print Marker Set POWER to PLAY. •...
  • Page 79 Using the Digital Photo Printer Power Button Input Select Switch ACCESS Lamp AUTO PRINT Lever Printing on a Digital Photo Printer Remove the CompactFlash Card containing the captured images from the camera and insert it into the PCMCIA Adaptor (see page 44). Connect the PCMCIA Adaptor (included with printer) to the Digital Photo Printer*.
  • Page 80: Digital Camera Accessory List

    Digital Camera Accessory List For ordering instructions, see the Accessory Order Form page. Accessory # Figure PV-SAC10 PV-CFM10* PV-MCA10 PV-H125 * : For use in the USA only Description AC Adaptor Compact Modem Card Macintosh Adaptor Cable Digital Camera Bag For assistance, call 1-800-272-7033.
  • Page 81: Digital Camera Accessory List Order Form

    TO OBTAIN ANY OF OUR DIGITAL CAMERA ACCESSORIES YOU CAN DO ANY OF THE VISIT YOUR LOCAL PANASONIC DEALER CALL PANASONIC’S ACCESSORY ORDER LINE AT 1-800-272-7033 [8:30 AM-8 PM M-F, EST] MAIL THIS ORDER TO: PANASONIC SERVICES COMPANY ACCESSORY ORDER OFFICE 20421 84th Avenue South Kent, WA.
  • Page 82: Before Requesting Service

    Before Requesting Service If you have a problem with your Digital Camera, it may be something you can correct yourself. Check the list below for symptoms and corrections. Symptom No power Power shuts off automatically. Cannot capture the image. No Picture on the LCD...
  • Page 83: Specifications

    Video Signal NTSC Composite Power Supply 4 AA Alkaline Battery/4 AA Ni-Cd Battery /4 AA nickel-hydride Battery/AC Adaptor Power Consumption Digital Camera AC Adaptor (Optional) Operating Temperature 32 – 104 °F/0 – 40 °C Operating Humidity 10 % – 75 %...
  • Page 84: Warranty

    In-home, carry-in or mail-in service, as applicable, in the USA can be obtained during the warranty period by contacting a Panasonic Services Company (PASC) Factory Servicenter listed in the Service Directory. Or call toll free 1-800-272-7033, to locate an authorized PASC Servicenter. Carry- in or mail-in service in Puerto Rico can be obtained during the warranty period by calling the Panasonic Sales Company telephone number listed in the Servicenter Directory.
  • Page 85: Service Center Directory

    Suite 102 Hollywood, FL 33020 Service in Puerto Rico Matsushita Electric of Puerto Rico, Inc. Panasonic Sales Company/ Factory Servicenter: Ave. 65 de Infantería. Km. 9.5 San Gabriel Industrial Park Carolina, Puerto Rico 00985 Phone (787) 750-4300 Fax (787) 768-2910...
  • Page 86: Index

    Index AC Adaptor (optional) Accessory (optional) Accessory (supplied) Alkaline Battery Battery Remaining Indication Beep Brightness (LCD Viewfinder) Built-in Flash B/W Full Feature Indicator Panel (PV-DC2590 only) 7, 9, 10, 19, 31, 34, 35 Capturing Images 19, 20, 21, 22 Capture B/W Images CF Card Format Communication CompactFlash Card...
  • Page 87 Self Timer Setting the Clock Slide Show Specifications Stand By Symptom/Solution Transferring Images 28, 46~57 Time Lapse Video Cable Warranty White Balance Zoom Playback 9, 12, 35 2, 28 84, 85 Index...
  • Page 88 Panasonic Consumer Electronics Company, Division of Matsushita Electric Corporation of America One Panasonic Way Secaucus, New Jersey 07094 Printed in Japan LSQT0132A 1999 Panasonic Sales Company, Division of Matsushita Electric of Puerto Rico, Inc. (“PSC”) Ave. 65 de Infantería, Km. 9.5...

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