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9. Using Menu Functions
[Diffraction Compensation]
Applicable modes:
The camera raises the resolution by correcting the blurriness caused by diffraction when
the aperture is closed.
>
[Rec] > [Diffraction Compensation]
MENU
Settings: [AUTO]/[OFF]
• Compensation effect may not be achieved depending on the recording conditions.
• Noise may stand out with higher ISO sensitivity.

[High Resolution Mode]

Applicable modes:
This function generates a picture with enhanced resolution from pre-recorded images. It is
effective for still subjects.
• Use a tripod to minimise camera shake.
• If you are using a Panasonic interchangeable lens, its image stabiliser function will be
automatically set to [OFF].
When using a non-Panasonic interchangeable lens provided with an image stabiliser function
that can be turned ON/OFF, set it to OFF.
>
[Rec] > [High Resolution Mode]
MENU
1
Press 3/4 to select [Start], and press [MENU/SET].
• The High-Res Mode icon A will flash when shake is
detected.
It may not be possible to create pictures with the
impression of high resolution. To avoid this, hold the
camera firmly.
2
Decide on the composition, and perform recording.
• The screen will go dark during recording.
• The recording state indicator (red) B will flash.
Do not move the camera while the indicator is flashing.
• Recording will finish automatically.
When the recording has finished, the camera will combine
the pictures, so it will not be able to perform the next
recording for a while.
• You can proceed to the next recording.
3
Press [Fn2] to end High-Res Mode.
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