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Controlling With A Smartphone; Turning On/off The Camera Using A Smartphone; Remote Start-up - Panasonic LUMIX DC-TZ200 Operating Instructions Manual

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Controlling with a Smartphone

Required wireless connectivity mode
The wireless connectivity mode required varies depending on the function to be used
after connecting to a smartphone.
Wireless connectivity
required
Bluetooth
Wi-Fi
Bluetooth
Wi-Fi

Turning on/off the camera using a smartphone

Wireless connectivity required:
Even when the camera is turned off, you can remotely
turn on and operate it from your smartphone. This
function allows you to turn on the camera from a distant
location and take pictures or view images on the camera
even when it is in your bag.
1
Make a Bluetooth connection to the smartphone
2
Select the camera's menu
3
Set the Camera [ON/OFF] switch to [OFF]
4
On the smartphone, start up the "Image App", and set the Bluetooth function to
a state in which a connection can be made (standby state)
5
Operate the smartphone
Select [
Select [Remote operation]
• The camera automatically turns on, allowing it to make a Wi-Fi connection automatically.
– (iOS devices) Depending on the connection status of the smartphone, you may need to
change the connected device on the Wi-Fi setup screen. Follow the on-screen message on
the smartphone to change the setting.
234
Indicates that the function can be used with smartphones that support
Bluetooth low energy.
Indicates that the function can be used with smartphones that do not
support Bluetooth low energy.
Indicates that the function can be used with smartphones that support
Bluetooth low energy.
• Indicates that the function requires you to connect to a smartphone
using both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi.
[Setup] → [Bluetooth] → [Remote Wakeup] → [ON]
]
Support for Bluetooth low energy
Bluetooth
Wi-Fi
Wi-Fi/Bluetooth
(→227)

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