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Digital Camera

DC-G95
P325
P328
P2
P4
P10
P192
DVQP1895ZA
F0519MH0

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  • Page 1: Digital Camera

    Please read these instructions carefully before using this product, and save this manual for future use. Message Display P325 Troubleshooting P328 Finding the information you need Contents Contents by Function Menu Guide P192 Register online at http://shop.panasonic.com/support DVQP1895ZA (U.S. customers only) F0519MH0...
  • Page 2: Finding The Information You Need

    Finding the information you need In this “Owner’s Manual for advanced features”, you can find the information you need from the following pages.  By clicking a page number, you can jump to the linked page and quickly find the information.
  • Page 3: How To Use This Manual

    How to use this manual About the indication of the applicable mode Applicable modes: The icons indicate the modes available for a function. • Black icons: Applicable modes • Gray icons: Unavailable modes will differ depending on the Recording Modes registered under custom settings.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Contents Finding the information you need................2 How to use this manual.....................3 Contents by Function ....................10 1. Before Use Care of the camera ....................13 Standard Accessories .....................15 Names and Functions of Components..............16 About the Lens ......................19 2. Getting Started/Basic Operations Attaching the Shoulder Strap ..................20 Charging the Battery ....................21 •...
  • Page 5 Contents 3. Recording Modes Easy Recording (Intelligent Auto Mode)..............65 • [Intelligent Auto] menu..................68 • Taking pictures with customized color, defocus control, and brightness settings ..................69 Program AE Mode ....................71 Taking Pictures by Specifying the Aperture/Shutter Speed ........72 • Aperture-Priority AE Mode ................73 •...
  • Page 6 Contents 5. 4K Photo and Drive Settings Select a Drive Mode....................118 Taking Pictures using Burst Mode.................119 4K Photo Recording ....................122 • Notes on the 4K Photo function..............125 Selecting pictures from 4K burst file..............128 • Operations during selecting pictures ............129 Post Focus Recording...................133 •...
  • Page 7 Contents 7. Recording Motion Pictures Recording Motion Picture..................169 • [Rec Format]/[Rec Quality] ................171 • [Continuous AF]....................172 • [AF Custom Setting(Video)]................173 • Log recording (V-Log L)................174 • Recording still pictures while recording motion pictures.......175 • [Snap Movie] ....................176 • Displaying/Setting the Sound Recording Level ..........179 Creative Video Mode.....................180 •...
  • Page 8 ...........256 Wi-Fi function/Bluetooth function ................257 Connecting to a smartphone .................259 • Installing “Panasonic Image App” ..............259 • Connecting to a Smartphone (Bluetooth Connection) ........260 • Connecting to a Smartphone (Wi-Fi connection) .........262 • Changing the Wi-Fi connection method ............264 •...
  • Page 9 Contents 11. Connecting to other devices Watching/Saving 4K Motion Pictures on an External Device ........300 • Watching motion pictures in 4K ..............300 • Storing 4K motion pictures ................300 Playing Back Pictures on a TV Screen ..............301 • Recording while monitoring camera images ..........302 •...
  • Page 10: Contents By Function

    Contents by Function Recording Recording Picture Quality and Color Tone Recording Mode ......[White Balance]......P115 [Preview].......... [Picture Size]........P194 Bulb recording ......... [Quality]..........P195 [Live View Composite] ..... [Photo Style] ........P196 [Panorama Shot] ......[Filter Settings] .......P199 [Time Lapse Shot] ......P138 [Color Space] .........P200 [Stop Motion Animation]...
  • Page 11 Contents by Function Motion Picture Motion Picture Monitoring [Rec Format]/[Rec Quality] .... P171 HDMI output during recording..P302 Recording still pictures while [Sound Output].......P212 recording motion pictures ....P175 Screen settings [Snap Movie] .........P176 [Sound Rec Level Disp.] ....P179 Creative Video Mode [Monochrome Live View] ....P219 [High Speed Video] .......
  • Page 12 Contents by Function Playback Playback Edit Picture playback ......P184 [4K PHOTO Bulk Saving]....P128 Motion picture playback....P185 Post Focus ........P133 Playback Zoom......P187 Focus Stacking ......P136 Thumbnail Screen ......P187 [Title Edit] ........P243 Delete ..........P191 [RAW Processing]......P244 [Auto Review] ........ P219 [Light Composition] ......P247...
  • Page 13: Before Use

    • For the latest information on the firmware or to download/update the firmware, visit the following support website: https://panasonic.jp/support/global/cs/dsc/ (English only) • To check the firmware version of the camera/lens, attach the lens to the camera.
  • Page 14 1. Before Use Condensation (When the Lens, the Viewfinder or Monitor is Fogged Up) ∫ • Condensation occurs when there are temperature or humidity differences. Be careful because condensation can lead to stains or mold on the lens, viewfinder, and monitor or cause a failure. •...
  • Page 15: Standard Accessories

    1. Before Use Standard Accessories Check that all the accessories are supplied before using the camera. • The accessories and their shape will differ depending on the country or area where the camera was purchased. For details on the accessories, refer to “Basic Owner’s Manual”. •...
  • Page 16: Names And Functions Of Components

    1. Before Use Names and Functions of Components Camera body ∫ 27 26 Stereo microphone (P179) ] (White Balance) button (P115) • Be careful not to cover the microphone with ] (ISO sensitivity) button (P113) your finger. Doing so may make sound difficult to record.
  • Page 17 Battery door (P22) Eye cup DC coupler cover (P317) • When using an AC adaptor, ensure that the [(] (Playback) button (P184) Panasonic DC coupler (optional) and AC Speaker (P230) adaptor (optional) are used. [AF/AE LOCK] button (P110) Release lever (P22)
  • Page 18 1. Before Use Lens ∫ H-FS12060 H-FSA14140 H-FS1442A Lens surface Focus ring (P107) Zoom ring (P153) Lens fitting mark (P35) Contact points Lens mount rubber (P339) O.I.S. switch (P148)
  • Page 19: About The Lens

    • Refer to catalogs/websites for most current information regarding supported lenses. https://panasonic.jp/support/global/cs/dsc/ (This Site is English only.) • The focal lengths marked on a Micro Four Thirds lens are equivalent to twice those of a 35 mm film camera.
  • Page 20: Getting Started/basic Operations

    Getting Started/Basic Operations Attaching the Shoulder Strap We recommend attaching the shoulder strap when using the camera to prevent it from dropping. Pass the shoulder strap through the shoulder strap eyelet on the camera body. A: Shoulder strap eyelet  Pass the end of the shoulder strap through the ring in the direction of the arrow and then pass it through the...
  • Page 21: Charging The Battery

    2. Getting Started/Basic Operations Charging the Battery You can charge the battery either using the supplied charger, or in the camera body. If you turn on the camera, you can also power it from a power outlet. • The battery is not charged when the camera is shipped. Charge the battery before use. Charge the battery using the battery charger Charging time Approx.
  • Page 22: Battery Insertion

    Open the battery door. • Slide the release lever in the direction of the arrow (to the OPEN side). • Always use genuine Panasonic batteries. • If you use other batteries, we cannot guarantee the quality of this product. Insert the battery.
  • Page 23 2. Getting Started/Basic Operations Removing the Battery ∫ Push the lever A in the direction of the arrow to remove. • Confirm that there is no foreign matter adhered on the inner side (rubber seal) of the battery door. • Remove the battery after use. (The battery will be exhausted if left for a long period of time after being charged.) •...
  • Page 24: Charge The Battery Using The Camera

    2. Getting Started/Basic Operations Charge the battery using the camera Charging time Approx. 180 min • Using the camera body and the supplied AC adaptor. The camera is turned off. • The indicated charging time is for when the battery has been discharged completely. The charging time may vary depending on how the battery has been used.
  • Page 25 2. Getting Started/Basic Operations • The camera consumes a small amount of power even after it is turned off by setting the camera on/off switch to [OFF]. When leaving the product unused for a long time, disconnect the AC adaptor (supplied) from the power outlet for power saving. •...
  • Page 26 To ensure that safe products are used, we recommend that a genuine Panasonic battery pack is used. • Do not leave any metal items (such as clips) near the contact areas of the power plug.
  • Page 27: Number Of Pictures And Recordable Time

    • The numbers of recordable pictures listed here are based on the CIPA (Camera & Imaging Products Association) standard. • When a Panasonic SDHC memory card is used. • The values listed are approximate. Recording still pictures (when using the Monitor) ∫...
  • Page 28 2. Getting Started/Basic Operations Recording motion pictures (when using the monitor) ∫ [AVCHD] (Recording with picture quality set to [FHD/17M/60i]) When the interchangeable lens (H-FS12060) is used Recordable time Approx. 100 min Actual recordable time Approx. 50 min When the interchangeable lens (H-FSA14140) is used Recordable time Approx.
  • Page 29 2. Getting Started/Basic Operations Playback (when using the monitor) ∫ When the interchangeable lens (H-FS12060) is used Playback time Approx. 230 min When the interchangeable lens (H-FSA14140) is used Playback time Approx. 230 min When the interchangeable lens (H-FS1442A) is used Playback time Approx.
  • Page 30: Inserting The Card (optional)

    2. Getting Started/Basic Operations Inserting the Card (Optional) • Check that this unit is turned off. Slide the card door to open it. Insert the card firmly all the way in until a clicking sound is heard. • Check the orientation of the card. A: Do not touch the connection terminals of the card.
  • Page 31 2. Getting Started/Basic Operations Card access indicators ∫ Access indication The access indication displays red when pictures are being recorded on the card. • Do not perform the operations below while the card is being accessed (while image data is being written or read or deletion or formatting is in progress, for example). These operations may damage the card or recorded data or cause the camera to stop functioning correctly.
  • Page 32: Card Information

    3 standard SDHC/SDXC memory cards. (512 MB to 2 GB) • Operation of the cards on the left has been confirmed with SDHC Memory Card Panasonic’s cards. (4 GB to 32 GB) SDXC Memory Card (48 GB to 128 GB) Recording of motion pictures/4K photos and speed class ratings ∫...
  • Page 33: Formatting The Card (initialization)

    2. Getting Started/Basic Operations Formatting the card (initialization) Format the card before recording a picture with this unit. Since data cannot be recovered after formatting, make sure to back up necessary data in advance. > [Setup] > [Format] MENU • Use a battery with sufficient battery power or the AC adaptor (optional) and DC coupler (optional) when formatting.
  • Page 34 2. Getting Started/Basic Operations • [MP4] Card capacity [Rec Quality] 16 GB 32 GB 64 GB 128 GB [4K/100M/30p] 20m00s 41m00s 1h25m 2h45m [4K/100M/24p] [FHD/28M/60p] 1h10m 2h25m 5h00m 9h55m [FHD/20M/30p] 1h35m 3h15m 6h40m 13h15m [HD/10M/30p] 3h05m 6h20m 12h45m 25h20m • Depending on the recording conditions and the type of card, the number of recordable pictures and available recording time vary.
  • Page 35: Attaching A Lens

    2. Getting Started/Basic Operations Attaching a Lens • Check that the camera is turned off. • Change lenses where there is not a lot of dirt or dust. Refer to P338 when dirt or dust gets on the lens. Turn the lens rear cap A and the body cap B in the direction of the arrow to detach them.
  • Page 36 2. Getting Started/Basic Operations Removing a Lens ∫ • Attach the lens cap. While pressing on the lens release button A, rotate the lens toward the arrow until it stops and then remove. • When the lens is removed from the camera, dust and other particles may accumulate on or enter the camera or lens.
  • Page 37 2. Getting Started/Basic Operations Removing the lens hood (H-FS12060) ∫ Turn the lens hood in the direction of the arrow to detach Temporarily Storing the Lens Hood Example: H-FS12060 1 Remove the lens hood. 2 Align the mark C ( ) on the lens hood with the mark on the tip of the lens.
  • Page 38: Changing The Monitor Position

    2. Getting Started/Basic Operations Changing the Monitor Position At the time when this camera is purchased, the monitor is stowed in the camera body. Bring out the monitor as shown below. 1 Open the monitor. (It opens up to 180o.) 2 It can be rotated 180o forward.
  • Page 39: Setting The Clock (when Turning On For The First Time)

    2. Getting Started/Basic Operations Setting the Clock (When Turning On for the First Time) • The clock is not set when the camera is shipped. Turn the camera on. • If the language select screen is not displayed, proceed to step Press [MENU/SET].
  • Page 40 2. Getting Started/Basic Operations When [The clock setting has been completed.] is displayed, press [MENU/SET]. When [Please set the home area] is displayed, press [MENU/SET]. Press 2/1 to select the home area, and then press [MENU/SET]. Re-adjusting the clock ∫ >...
  • Page 41: Basic Operations

    2. Getting Started/Basic Operations Basic Operations How to Hold the Camera Hold the camera gently with both hands, keep your arms still at your side and stand with your feet slightly apart. • Do not cover the flash A, AF Assist lamp B, microphone C, or speaker D with your fingers or other objects.
  • Page 42: Using The Viewfinder

    2. Getting Started/Basic Operations Using the Viewfinder Adjusting the Viewfinder Diopter Rotate the diopter adjustment dial until you can see the characters displayed in the viewfinder clearly. Switching the Monitor/Viewfinder Press [LVF]. A [LVF] button B Eye sensor Automatic viewfinder/ Viewfinder display Monitor display monitor switching...
  • Page 43: Shutter Button (taking Pictures)

    2. Getting Started/Basic Operations Shutter button (Taking pictures) The shutter button works in two steps. Press the shutter button halfway to focus. • Aperture value and shutter speed are displayed. (It will flash in red if the correct exposure is not achieved, except when set to flash.) •...
  • Page 44: Motion Picture Button (recording Motion Pictures)

    2. Getting Started/Basic Operations Motion picture button (Recording motion pictures) Start recording by pressing the motion picture button. • Release the motion picture button right after you press it. Stop the recording by pressing the motion picture button again. Mode dial (Selecting a Recording Mode) Rotate the mode dial and select the recording mode.
  • Page 45: Front Dial/rear Dial

    2. Getting Started/Basic Operations Front Dial/Rear Dial Rotating: Selects an item or numeric value. • This owner’s manual describe operations of the front dial/rear dial as follows: e.g.: When rotating the front dial to the left e.g.: When rotating the rear dial to the left or right or right Allows you to set the aperture, shutter speed, and other settings when in...
  • Page 46 2. Getting Started/Basic Operations Setting the functions to be assigned to 3/4 and dials in the exposure ∫ compensation screen > [Custom] > [Operation] > [Exposure Comp. Disp. Setting] MENU [Exposure Bracket] [Cursor Buttons (Up/Down)] [OFF] [OFF] [Exposure Comp.]/[Exposure Comp.] [Flash Adjust.]/[Exposure Comp.] [Front/Rear Dials] [OFF/...
  • Page 47: Control Dial

    2. Getting Started/Basic Operations Control Dial Rotating: Selects an item or numeric value. • This is expressed as follows in this document: – When rotating the control dial to the left or right: Setting the operation methods of the dial ∫...
  • Page 48: Cursor Buttons/[menu/set] Button

    2. Getting Started/Basic Operations Assigns exposure compensation operation to the front/rear [Exposure Comp.] dial. (Except in Manual Exposure Mode) ] (Front Dial)/[ ] (Rear Dial)/[OFF] Sets the items to be assigned temporarily to the front/rear dials when you press the Fn button to which [Dial Operation Switch] is assigned.
  • Page 49 2. Getting Started/Basic Operations In Recording Mode You can switch the viewfinder/monitor display method. > [Custom] > [Monitor / Display] > [LVF/Monitor Disp. Set] > MENU [LVF Disp. Set]/[Monitor Disp. Set] Scales down images slightly so that you can better review the ] (viewfinder style) composition of the images.
  • Page 50 2. Getting Started/Basic Operations • With [Fn Button Set] in the [Custom] ([Operation]) menu, you can assign [LVF/Monitor Disp. Style] to a Fn button. Each time you press the assigned Fn button, the display style of the monitor or viewfinder ]), whichever is currently in use, will change.
  • Page 51 2. Getting Started/Basic Operations In Playback Mode Without Detailed information Without With information information (Highlight information display ¢1 display) ¢2 1/98 1/98 STD. F3.5 10:00 DEC. 1.2019 100-0001 ¢1 Press 3/4 to switch between the following display modes: – Detailed information display –...
  • Page 52: Touch Screen (touch Operations)

    2. Getting Started/Basic Operations Touch screen (Touch operations) Touch ∫ To touch and release the touch screen. Drag ∫ A movement without releasing the touch screen. B B B Pinch (enlarge/reduce) ∫ On the touch screen, spread (pinch out) two fingers to 2.0X 2.0X 2.0X...
  • Page 53: Taking Pictures Using The Touch Function

    2. Getting Started/Basic Operations Taking Pictures Using the Touch Function Touch AF/Touch Shutter Applicable modes: Touch [ Touch an icon. • The icon switches every time you touch it. ¢ (Touch AF) Focuses on the position you touch. Focuses on the touched position before recording (Touch shutter) takes place.
  • Page 54: Touch Ae]

    2. Getting Started/Basic Operations Touch AE Applicable modes: You can easily optimize the brightness for a touched position. When the face of the subject appears dark, you can brighten the screen according to the brightness of the face. Touch [ Touch [ •...
  • Page 55: Setting Menu Items

    2. Getting Started/Basic Operations Setting menu items You can either operate the buttons or touch the monitor to set menu items. Press [MENU/SET] to display the menu. Press 2. Press 3/4 to select a menu selector icon, such as [ •...
  • Page 56 2. Getting Started/Basic Operations Press [MENU/SET]. Touch operation Touch a menu selector icon, such as [ Press 3/4 of the cursor button to select the menu item and press [MENU/SET]. • You can also move to the next screen by rotating the rear dial.
  • Page 57 2. Getting Started/Basic Operations Close the menu ∫ Press [ ] or press the shutter button halfway. Touch operation Touch [ • Press [DISP.] to display the menu description. • Menu items that are not available are displayed in gray. If you press [MENU/SET] while a gray item is selected, the reason why it cannot be set is displayed in some setting situations.
  • Page 58: Quick Menu

    2. Getting Started/Basic Operations Quick Menu This menu enables you to quickly set functions that are frequently used during recording without calling the menu screen. Press [Q.MENU] to display the Quick Menu. Rotate the front dial to select the menu item. 60 p •...
  • Page 59: Customizing The Quick Menu Settings

    2. Getting Started/Basic Operations Customizing the Quick Menu settings You can add a maximum of 15 preferred settings to the Quick Menu. Select the menu. > [Custom] > [Operation] > [Q.MENU] > [CUSTOM] MENU Press the shutter button halfway to close the menu. Press [Q.MENU] to display the Quick Menu.
  • Page 60: Fn Buttons

    2. Getting Started/Basic Operations Fn Buttons You can register functions to the Fn (Function) buttons. Different functions can be set for both during recording and playback. Select the menu. > [Custom] > [Operation] > [Fn Button Set] > MENU [Setting in REC mode]/[Setting in PLAY mode] Press 3/4 to select the Fn button you want to assign a function to and then press [MENU/SET].
  • Page 61 2. Getting Started/Basic Operations Using the Fn buttons during recording You can use assigned functions by pressing the corresponding Fn buttons. Using Fn buttons with touch operations ∫ Touch [ Touch [Fn4], [Fn5], [Fn6], [Fn7] or [Fn8]. Functions that can be assigned in [Setting in REC mode] ∫...
  • Page 62 2. Getting Started/Basic Operations • Fn button settings at the time of purchase. [Dial Operation Switch] [Histogram] [Q.MENU] [I.S. Lock (Video)] [LVF/Monitor Switch] [Wi-Fi] Fn10 No function is set by default. [Preview] Fn11 [Level Gauge] • With [Video Record], you can start/stop recording a motion picture in the same way as with the motion picture button.
  • Page 63 2. Getting Started/Basic Operations Using the Fn buttons during playback You can use an assigned function by pressing the appropriate Fn button. • Depending on the function, you can directly use it for the image being played back. Example: When [Fn1] is set to [Rating¿3] Press 2/1 to select the image.
  • Page 64: Entering Text

    2. Getting Started/Basic Operations Entering Text Follow the steps below when the text entry screen is displayed. Press 3/4/2/1 to select text and then press [MENU/SET] to register. • To repeatedly enter the same character, rotate the front/ rear dial or the control dial to the right to move the entry location.
  • Page 65: Recording Modes

    Recording Modes Easy Recording (Intelligent Auto Mode) Recording Mode: The [ ] mode (Intelligent Auto mode) can record images using settings automatically selected by the camera. In this mode, the camera makes the optimal settings for the subject and scene. Set the mode dial to [ •...
  • Page 66 3. Recording Modes The camera detects scenes automatically (Scene Detection) : When taking pictures, : When recording motion pictures) [i-Portrait] [i-Scenery] [i-Macro] [i-Night Portrait] ¢1 [i-Night Scenery] [iHandheld Night ¢3 [i-Food] [i-Baby] [i-Sunset] [i-Low Light] Shot] ¢2 ¢1 Displayed when a flash is used. ¢2 Only displayed when [iHandheld Night Shot] is set to [ON].
  • Page 67 3. Recording Modes AF, Face/Eye Detection, and Face Recognition ∫ The AF Mode is automatically set to [š]. If you touch the subject, the AF tracking function will work. • The AF tracking function will also work if you press [ ] (2) and then press the shutter button halfway.
  • Page 68: [intelligent Auto] Menu

    3. Recording Modes [Intelligent Auto] menu Taking handheld shots of night scenes ([iHandheld Night Shot]) When [ ] is detected while taking handheld night shots, pictures of the night scenery will be taken at a high burst speed and composed into a single picture. >...
  • Page 69: Taking Pictures With Customized Color, Defocus Control, And Brightness Settings

    3. Recording Modes Taking pictures with customized color, defocus control, and brightness settings Recording Mode: Setting color ∫ Press [ Rotate the rear dial to adjust color. • To return to the recording screen, press [ ] again. • The color setting will return to the default level (center point) when this unit is turned off or the camera is switched B B B to another Recording Mode.
  • Page 70 3. Recording Modes Change the settings by using the touch screen 1 Touch [ 2 Touch the item you want to set. ]: Color tone ]: Defocus level ]: Brightness 3 Drag the slide bar to set. • To return to the recording screen, press [MENU/SET]. •...
  • Page 71: Program Ae Mode

    3. Recording Modes Program AE Mode Recording Mode: The camera automatically sets the shutter speed and the aperture value according to the brightness of the subject. You can take pictures with greater freedom by changing various settings in the [Rec] menu.
  • Page 72: Taking Pictures By Specifying The Aperture/shutter Speed

    3. Recording Modes Taking Pictures by Specifying the Aperture/ Shutter Speed Recording Mode: (Example: In Manual Exposure Mode) Aperture value Small Large It becomes easier to It becomes easier to defocus the maintain focus as far as background. the background. A Shutter speed B Aperture value Shutter...
  • Page 73: Aperture-priority Ae Mode

    3. Recording Modes Aperture-Priority AE Mode When you set the aperture value, the camera automatically optimizes the shutter speed for the brightness of the subject. Set the mode dial to [ Set the aperture value by rotating the rear dial or the front dial.
  • Page 74: Manual Exposure Mode

    3. Recording Modes Manual Exposure Mode Determine the exposure by manually setting the aperture value and the shutter speed. Set the mode dial to [ Rotate the rear dial to set the shutter speed, and rotate the front dial to set the aperture value. A Shutter speed B Aperture value C Manual Exposure Assistance...
  • Page 75: Bulb Recording

    3. Recording Modes Bulb recording Recording Mode: If you set the shutter speed to [B] (Bulb) during manual mode, the shutter stays open while the shutter button is pressed and held fully.(Up to approximately 30 minutes) The shutter closes if you release the shutter button. Use this when you want to keep the shutter open for a long time to take pictures of fireworks, a night scene etc.
  • Page 76: Live View Composite Recording

    3. Recording Modes Live View Composite Recording Recording Mode: The camera records images at set exposure time intervals, and combines parts with changes in bright light to save the result as one picture. A combined image is displayed at each exposure time interval, so you can keep recording while checking results.
  • Page 77 3. Recording Modes • [Long Shtr NR] is fixed to [ON]. • After an image for noise reduction is obtained, some menus are not displayed. • The image for noise reduction will be discarded if the following operations are performed. Follow step again.
  • Page 78: Preview Mode

    3. Recording Modes Preview Mode Applicable modes: • Confirm the effects of aperture: You can check the depth of field (effective focus range) before taking a picture by closing the diaphragm blades to the aperture value you set. • Confirm the effects of shutter speed: Movement can be confirmed by displaying the actual picture that will be taken with that shutter speed.
  • Page 79: One Push Ae

    3. Recording Modes One Push AE Applicable modes: When the exposure setting is too bright or too dark, you can use one push AE to achieve a suitable exposure setting. How to tell if the exposure is not adequate • If the aperture values and shutter speed blink red when the shutter button is pressed halfway.
  • Page 80: Custom Mode

    3. Recording Modes Custom Mode Recording Mode: Registering custom settings Up to 4 sets of current camera settings can be registered using [Cust.Set Mem.]. Initial setting of the Program AE Mode is registered as the custom settings initially. Preparation: Set to recording mode and menu settings of the state you wish to save. >...
  • Page 81: Using Custom Mode

    3. Recording Modes Using Custom Mode Set the mode dial to [ ] or [ • If you set the mode dial to [ ], the last used custom set will be called up. To change a custom set in [ ] ([Custom Mode] menu) ∫...
  • Page 82: Scene Guide Mode

    3. Recording Modes Scene Guide Mode Recording Mode: If you select a scene to suit the subject and recording conditions with reference to the example images, the camera will set optimal exposure, color, and focus, allowing you to record in a manner appropriate to the scene. Set the mode dial to [ Press 2/1 to select the scene.
  • Page 83 3. Recording Modes Types of Scene Guide Mode Displaying the description of each scene and recording tips Press [DISP.] while the scene selection screen is displayed. • When it is set to the guide display, detailed explanations and tips for each scene are displayed. Normal display Guide display List display...
  • Page 84: Artistic Nightscape

    3. Recording Modes [Glistening Water] [Clear Nightscape] • Star filter used in this mode may cause glistening effects on the objects other than water surface. [Cool Night Sky] [Warm Glowing Nightscape] [Artistic Nightscape] [Glittering Illuminations] [Handheld Night Shot] [Clear Night Portrait] •...
  • Page 85: [panorama Shot]

    3. Recording Modes [Panorama Shot] Consecutive photos taken while the camera is moved are combined to form a panorama. Preparation: Set the Scene Guide Mode to [Panorama Shot]. Press the shutter button halfway to focus. Press the shutter button fully and move the camera in a small circle in the direction of the arrow on the screen.
  • Page 86 3. Recording Modes Technique for Panorama Shot Mode ∫ A Move the camera in the recording direction without shaking it. (If the camera shakes too much, pictures may not be recorded, or the created panorama picture may become narrower (smaller).) B Move the camera towards the edge of the range you wish to record.
  • Page 87: Creative Control Mode

    3. Recording Modes Creative Control Mode Recording Mode: You can set the effects to add by selecting example images and checking them on the screen. Set the mode dial to [ Press 3/4 to select the image effects (filters). A Preview display •...
  • Page 88: Types Of Image Effects

    3. Recording Modes [Creative Control] menu ∫ The menus below are available in Creative Control Mode. > [Creative Control] MENU [Filter Effect] Displays the image effect (filter) selection screen. [Simultaneous Allows you to set the camera to take a picture with and without an image effect simultaneously.
  • Page 89 3. Recording Modes Setting the type of defocus ([Miniature Effect]) ∫ Press 3 to display the setting screen. • Setting screen can also be displayed by touching in order of [ ] then [ Press 3/4 or 2/1 to move the in-focus portion. •...
  • Page 90 3. Recording Modes Setting the position and size of the light source ([Sunshine]) ∫ Press 3 to display the setting screen. • Setting screen can also be displayed by touching in order of [ ] then [ Press 3 / 4 / 2 / 1 to move the center position of the light source. •...
  • Page 91 3. Recording Modes Image effect Items that can be set [Monochrome] Color Yellowish tinge Bluish tinge [Dynamic Contrast Low contrast High contrast Monochrome] [Rough Grittiness Less gritty Grittier Monochrome] [Silky Extent of defocus Weak defocus Strong defocus Monochrome] [Impressive Art] Freshness Black and white Pop colors...
  • Page 92: Setting Brightness

    3. Recording Modes Taking a picture with a blurred background (Defocus Control) Press [ ] to display the brightness setting screen. Press the Fn button (Fn1) to display the setting screen. Rotate the rear dial to set. • To return to the recording screen, press [MENU/SET]. •...
  • Page 93: Focus, Brightness (exposure) And Color Tone Settings

    Focus, Brightness (Exposure) and Color tone Settings Using AF AF (Auto Focus) refers to automatic focusing. Select the focus mode and the AF mode appropriate for the subject and scene. Set the focus mode lever to [AFS/AFF] or [AFC]. • The Focus Mode will be set. (P95) Press [ ] (2).
  • Page 94 4. Focus, Brightness (Exposure) and Color tone Settings • If you zoom in/out after focusing on a subject, the focus may lose its accuracy. In that case, re-adjust the focus. Subjects and recording conditions which are difficult to focus • Fast-moving subjects, extremely bright subjects or subjects without contrast. •...
  • Page 95: Setting The Focus Mode (afs/aff/afc)

    4. Focus, Brightness (Exposure) and Color tone Settings Setting the Focus Mode (AFS/AFF/AFC) Applicable modes: The method for achieving focus when the shutter button is pressed halfway is set. Set the focus mode lever. Item Recommended recording scenes “AFS” is an abbreviation of “Auto Focus Single”. Subject is still The focus stays locked while the shutter button is (Scenery,...
  • Page 96: [af Sensitivity(photo)]

    4. Focus, Brightness (Exposure) and Color tone Settings • Focus Mode settings of [AFF] and [AFC] work in the same manner as [AFS] in the following situations: – Creative Video Mode – When recording with [4K Burst(S/S)] – In low light situations •...
  • Page 97: Selecting The Af Mode

    4. Focus, Brightness (Exposure) and Color tone Settings Selecting the AF Mode Applicable modes: This allows the focusing method that suits the positions and number of the subjects to be selected. Press [ ] (2). Press 2/1 to select the AF mode and then press [MENU/SET].
  • Page 98 4. Focus, Brightness (Exposure) and Color tone Settings About [š] ([Face/Eye Detection]) When the camera detects faces, AF areas are displayed and the eye to be brought into focus are indicated. A: Eye used for focusing Yellow: The color changes to green when the shutter button is pressed halfway and focus is achieved.
  • Page 99 4. Focus, Brightness (Exposure) and Color tone Settings Setting the shape of the AF area ([Custom Multi]) Press [ ] ( 2 ). Select a Custom Multi icon ([ ], etc.), and press 3 . Press 2/1 to select a setting and then press 4 . A The current shape of the AF area This shape is convenient for taking...
  • Page 100 4. Focus, Brightness (Exposure) and Color tone Settings When selecting [ 1 Change the shape of an AF area. Button operation Press 3/4/2/1 to select the AF area, and then press [MENU/SET] to set (repeat). • The setting is canceled when [MENU/SET] is pressed again.
  • Page 101 4. Focus, Brightness (Exposure) and Color tone Settings Restrictions on AF Mode • The AF Mode is fixed to [Ø] in the following cases. – When using the Digital Zoom – [Miniature Effect] (Creative Control Mode) • The AF Mode is fixed to [š] when [4K Live Cropping] is set. •...
  • Page 102: Af Area Movement Operation

    4. Focus, Brightness (Exposure) and Color tone Settings AF area movement operation Applicable modes: When [š], [ ], [Ø] or [ ] in AF Mode is selected, you can change the position and size of the AF area. With [ ], you can set the lock-on position.
  • Page 103 4. Focus, Brightness (Exposure) and Color tone Settings When selecting [ You can set the focus position by selecting an AF area group. The AF area, which is configured with 49 points, is divided into groups consisting of 9 points each (6 points or 4 points for the groups located at the edges of the screen).
  • Page 104 4. Focus, Brightness (Exposure) and Color tone Settings When selecting [ You can set the focus position precisely by enlarging the screen. Press [ ] (2). Select [ ] and press 4. Press 3/4/2/1 to set the focus position and then press [MENU/SET].
  • Page 105: Specifying The Af Area Position With The Touch Pad

    4. Focus, Brightness (Exposure) and Color tone Settings Specifying the AF area position with the Touch Pad Applicable modes: You can move the AF area displayed on the viewfinder by touching the monitor. > [Custom] > [Operation] > [Touch Settings] > [Touch Pad AF] MENU Moves the AF area of the Viewfinder by touching a...
  • Page 106: Adjusting Focus And Brightness For The Touched Position

    4. Focus, Brightness (Exposure) and Color tone Settings Adjusting focus and brightness for the touched position Applicable modes: > [Custom] > [Operation] > [Touch Settings] > [Touch AF] > MENU [AF+AE] Touch the subject you want to optimize the brightness for. •...
  • Page 107: Record Using Mf

    4. Focus, Brightness (Exposure) and Color tone Settings Record Using MF Applicable modes: MF (Manual Focus) refers to manual focusing. Use this function when you want to fix the focus or when the distance between the lens and the subject is determined and you do not want to activate AF. Set the focus mode lever to [MF].
  • Page 108 4. Focus, Brightness (Exposure) and Color tone Settings When using an interchangeable lens with no focus ring Press 1: Focuses on nearby subject Press 2: Focuses on distant subjects A Slide bar • Pressing and holding 2/1 will increase the focus speed.
  • Page 109 4. Focus, Brightness (Exposure) and Color tone Settings Press the shutter button halfway. • You can also perform the same operation by pressing [MENU/SET]. • If you have enlarged the picture by rotating the focus ring or moving the focus lever, the assist screen will close approximately 10 seconds after the operation.
  • Page 110: Locking Focus And Exposure (af/ae Lock)

    4. Focus, Brightness (Exposure) and Color tone Settings Locking Focus and Exposure (AF/AE Lock) Applicable modes: Lock the focus and exposure in advance to take pictures with the same focus and exposure settings while changing the composition. This is useful when you want to bring an edge of the screen into focus or there is a backlight, for example.
  • Page 111: Exposure Compensation

    4. Focus, Brightness (Exposure) and Color tone Settings Exposure Compensation Applicable modes: Use this function when you cannot achieve appropriate exposure due to the difference in brightness between the subject and the background. Press [ Rotate the front/rear dial or the control dial to compensate the exposure.
  • Page 112 4. Focus, Brightness (Exposure) and Color tone Settings • In Manual Exposure Mode, you can compensate the exposure only when the ISO sensitivity is set to [AUTO]. • You can set the exposure compensation value in the range between j5 EV and 5 EV.
  • Page 113: Setting The Iso Sensitivity

    4. Focus, Brightness (Exposure) and Color tone Settings Setting the ISO Sensitivity Applicable modes: This allows the sensitivity to light (ISO sensitivity) to be set. Press [ Rotate the front/rear dial or the control dial to select the ISO sensitivity. •...
  • Page 114 4. Focus, Brightness (Exposure) and Color tone Settings Characteristics of the ISO sensitivity 25600 Recording location When it is light (outdoors) When it is dark (recommended) Shutter speed Slow Fast Noise Less Increased Jitter of the subject Increased Less • For details on the available flash range used when the ISO sensitivity is set to [AUTO], refer to P159.
  • Page 115: Setting The White Balance (wb)

    4. Focus, Brightness (Exposure) and Color tone Settings Setting the White Balance (WB) Applicable modes: White Balance adjusts the color of white according to the light source to make the overall color hue closer to what is seen by the eye. Press [ Rotate the front/rear dial or the control dial to select the White Balance.
  • Page 116 4. Focus, Brightness (Exposure) and Color tone Settings A white object is recorded to set the White Balance. This is convenient for recording under multiple light sources. 1 Press 2 Place a white object such as a piece of paper within the frame at the center of the screen, and press [MENU/ SET].
  • Page 117: Finely Adjusting The White Balance

    4. Focus, Brightness (Exposure) and Color tone Settings Auto White Balance ∫ Depending on the conditions prevailing when pictures are taken, the pictures may take on a reddish or bluish tinge. Please note that the White Balance may not work correctly in the cases below. In these cases, adjust the White Balance to anything other than [AWB], [AWBc] or [AWBw].
  • Page 118: Select A Drive Mode

    4K Photo and Drive Settings Select a Drive Mode Applicable modes: You can change what the camera will do when you press the shutter button. Rotating the drive mode dial. When the shutter button is pressed, only one picture is Single recorded.
  • Page 119: Taking Pictures Using Burst Mode

    30 frames or more 600 frames or more [L] (Low speed) • When recording is performed under the test conditions specified by Panasonic. The burst speed will become slower halfway. However, pictures can be taken until the capacity of the card becomes full.
  • Page 120 5. 4K Photo and Drive Settings About the maximum number of pictures that can be taken continuously ∫ When you press the shutter button halfway, the maximum number of pictures you can take continuously will appear. 20 20 You can check the approximate number of burst pictures that can be taken at a constant recording speed.
  • Page 121 5. 4K Photo and Drive Settings • The burst speed may become slower depending on the following settings. – [Picture Size]/[Quality]/[Sensitivity]/Focus Mode/[Focus/Release Priority] • When the burst rate is set to [H] (when the focus setting is [AFS] or [MF]), the exposure will be set to that of the first picture.
  • Page 122: 4k Photo Recording

    5. 4K Photo and Drive Settings 4K Photo Recording Applicable modes: The camera allows you to take burst pictures of 8 million pixels (approx.) at 30 frames/ second. After taking these pictures, you can save the desired moment extracted from their burst file.
  • Page 123 5. 4K Photo and Drive Settings Press the shutter button halfway.  Press and hold the shutter button fully for as long as you want to perform recording.  A Press and hold B Recording is performed • Press the button fully slightly in advance. Recording starts [4K Burst] approximately 0.5 seconds after it has been pressed fully.
  • Page 124 5. 4K Photo and Drive Settings Setting Pre-Burst Recording ([4K Burst]/[4K Burst(S/S)]) ∫ The camera starts recording approximately 1 second before the shutter button is pressed fully, so you will not miss a photo opportunity. > [Rec] > [4K PHOTO] > [Pre-Burst Recording] MENU Settings: [ON]/[OFF] •...
  • Page 125: Notes On The 4k Photo Function

    5. 4K Photo and Drive Settings Notes on the 4K Photo function To change the aspect ratio ∫ Selecting [Aspect Ratio] in the [Rec] menu allows you to change the aspect ratio for 4K photos. To record the subject with reduced blur ∫...
  • Page 126 5. 4K Photo and Drive Settings The camera’s setup for the 4K Photo function ∫ The camera’s setup is automatically optimized for 4K photo recording. • The following [Rec] menu items are fixed to the settings below: [4K] (8M) [Quality] [4:3]: 3328k2496 [Shutter Type] [ESHTR]...
  • Page 127 5. 4K Photo and Drive Settings • 4K burst file will be recorded and played back in separate files in the following cases. (You can continue recording without interruption.) – When using an SDHC memory card: If the file size exceeds 4 GB –...
  • Page 128: Selecting Pictures From 4k Burst File

    5. 4K Photo and Drive Settings Selecting pictures from 4K burst file Select an image with the [ ] icon on the playback screen, and press 3. • You can also perform the same operation by touching the icon [ •...
  • Page 129: Operations During Selecting Pictures

    5. 4K Photo and Drive Settings Operations during selecting pictures Navigating the slide view screen ∫ Position of the displayed frame MODE AUTO Button Touch Description of operation operation operation Selects a frame. Dragging/ • To change the frames displayed in slide view, select the 2/1/ frame at the left/right end, and touch [ ] or [...
  • Page 130 5. 4K Photo and Drive Settings Navigating the 4K burst playback screen ∫ MODE AUTO During pause During continuous playback Button Touch Description of operation operation operation Continuous playback/Pause (during continuous playback). Continuous rewind/Pause (during continuous rewind). Fast forward/Frame-by-frame forward (during pause). Fast rewind/Frame-by-frame rewind (during pause).
  • Page 131 5. 4K Photo and Drive Settings Selecting and saving pictures on the TV screen • Set [HDMI Mode (Play)] to either [AUTO] or a setting with a resolution of [4K/30p]. When connecting to a TV that does not support 4K motion picture, select [AUTO]. •...
  • Page 132 5. 4K Photo and Drive Settings Switches a marker to be displayed ∫ Touch [ ] on the slide view screen, 4K burst playback screen, or marker operation screen. Displays a marker on a scene in which a face or the movement of a [Auto] subject is detected.
  • Page 133: Post Focus Recording

    5. 4K Photo and Drive Settings Post Focus Recording Applicable modes: The camera allows you to take 4K burst pictures while shifting the focus to different areas. After taking these pictures, you can select the desired focus area. This function is suited for recording still objects. 4K burst recording while Touch the desired focus A picture with the desired...
  • Page 134 5. 4K Photo and Drive Settings  Press the shutter button fully to start recording. • The focus point changes automatically while recording. When the icon ( B ) disappears, recording automatically ends. • A motion picture will be recorded with [Rec Format] set to [MP4]. (Audio will not be recorded.) •...
  • Page 135: Selecting The Focus Position For The Picture To Save

    5. 4K Photo and Drive Settings Selecting the Focus Position for the Picture to Save Select an image with the [ ] icon on the playback screen, and press 3. • You can also perform the same operation by touching the icon [ Touch the desired focus area.
  • Page 136: Focus Stacking

    5. 4K Photo and Drive Settings Focus Stacking Save a picture with multiple focus positions merged. A Focus: closer B Focus: farther away Touch [ ] on the screen that lets you select the desired focus area in step “Selecting the Focus Position for the Picture to Save” (P135). •...
  • Page 137 5. 4K Photo and Drive Settings Touch [ ] to merge the pictures and save the resulting picture. • The picture will be saved in JPEG format. Recording information (Exif information) of the original picture with the closest focus distance, including the shutter speed, aperture, and ISO sensitivity, will also be recorded to the new picture.
  • Page 138: Taking Pictures With Time Lapse Shot/stop Motion Animation

    5. 4K Photo and Drive Settings Taking Pictures with Time Lapse Shot/ Stop Motion Animation Applicable modes: You can take pictures with Time Lapse Shot or Stop Motion Animation. In addition, the pictures taken can be combined into a motion picture. •...
  • Page 139 5. 4K Photo and Drive Settings • The estimated recording ending time is displayed on the setting screen. It is displayed under the following conditions when [Shooting Interval Setting] is set to [OFF]: – Recording Mode: Shutter-Priority AE Mode or Manual Exposure Mode –...
  • Page 140: Recording With Stop Motion Animation

    5. 4K Photo and Drive Settings • This function is not for use in a security camera. • [Time Lapse Shot] is paused in the following cases. – When the charge on the battery runs out – Turning the camera off During [Time Lapse Shot], you can replace the battery and the card, and then restart by turning on this unit.
  • Page 141 5. 4K Photo and Drive Settings Press the shutter button halfway to focus and then press it fully to take the picture. (When taking the second and subsequent pictures) Move the subject to decide on the composition and then take the picture.(Repeat this) •...
  • Page 142: Motion Pictures Using Time Lapse Shot/stop Motion Animation

    5. 4K Photo and Drive Settings Motion pictures using Time Lapse Shot/Stop Motion Animation After performing Time Lapse Shot or stop motion recording, you can proceed to create a motion picture. Select the methods for creating a motion picture. • The recording format is set to [MP4]. [Rec Quality] Sets the quality of a motion picture.
  • Page 143: Recording Using The Self-timer

    5. 4K Photo and Drive Settings Recording Using the Self-timer Applicable modes: Set the drive mode dial to [ Press the shutter button halfway to focus and then press it fully to take the picture. • The focus and exposure are fixed when the shutter button is pressed halfway.
  • Page 144: Bracket Recording

    5. 4K Photo and Drive Settings Bracket Recording Applicable modes: You can take multiple pictures while automatically adjusting a setting by pressing the shutter button. Select the menu. > [Rec] > [Bracket]> [Bracket Type] MENU Press the shutter button to perform recording while Exposure Bracket adjusting the exposure.
  • Page 145: Exposure Bracket

    5. 4K Photo and Drive Settings Not available in these cases: • Bracket recording does not work in the following cases: – [Glistening Water]/[Glittering Illuminations]/[Handheld Night Shot]/[Soft Image of a Flower]/ [Panorama Shot] (Scene Guide Mode) – [Rough Monochrome]/[Silky Monochrome]/[Miniature Effect]/[Soft Focus]/[Star Filter]/ [Sunshine] (Creative Control Mode) –...
  • Page 146: Aperture Bracket

    5. 4K Photo and Drive Settings Aperture Bracket Recording Mode: About [More Settings] (step in P144) ∫ [3], [5]: Takes a specified number of pictures with different aperture [Image Count] values within the range based on the initial aperture value. [ALL]: Takes pictures using all aperture values.
  • Page 147: White Balance Bracket

    5. 4K Photo and Drive Settings White Balance Bracket About [More Settings] (step in P144) ∫ Rotate the control dial to adjust the correction range, G G G G G G and press [MENU/SET]. A A A A A A B B B B B B B : Horizontal ([A] to [B]) : Vertical ([G] to [M])
  • Page 148: Stabilizer, Zoom And Flash

    Icons displayed Available image Attached lens When taking When recording stabilizer pictures motion pictures Panasonic lenses compatible with Dual I.S. Lens + Body Mode (Dual I.S.) (Based on the Micro Four Thirds System standard) Lenses compatible with the image stabilizer function...
  • Page 149: Axis Hybrid Image Stabilizer

    Set [E-Stabilization (Video)] in [Stabilizer] to [ON] in the [Rec] menu. The recording screen displays the following icons when [ON] is set: – Panasonic lenses compatible with Dual I.S. Mode: [ – Other than the above: [ • If the recording screen icon is not indicated with [...
  • Page 150: Image Stabilizer Settings

    6. Stabilizer, Zoom and Flash Image Stabilizer Settings Applicable modes: Set the image stabilizer movement to match the recording situation. • When using an interchangeable lens with O.I.S. switch (such as H-FSA14140), stabilizer function is activated if the O.I.S. switch of the lens is set to [ON]. ([ ] is set at the time of purchase.) >...
  • Page 151: Setting The Focal Length Of A Lens

    6. Stabilizer, Zoom and Flash Allows you to enhance the image stabilization effect during motion picture recording. This effect can keep the motion blur in the composition minimal when you want to perform recording from a fixed perspective. [ON]/[OFF] • This effect works only during recording. [ ] is displayed on the recording screen.
  • Page 152: Flash

    6. Stabilizer, Zoom and Flash • The Image Stabilizer may produce operational sound or cause vibration during its operation, but these are not malfunctions. • It is recommended to disable the Image Stabilizer when using a tripod. • The stabilizer function may not be effective in the following cases. –...
  • Page 153: Taking Pictures With The Zoom

    6. Stabilizer, Zoom and Flash Taking Pictures with the Zoom Optical zoom Applicable modes: You can zoom-in to make people and objects appear closer or zoom-out to record landscapes, etc. T side: Enlarges distant subject W side: Widens angle of view Rotate the zoom ring.
  • Page 154: Raising The Telescopic Effect

    6. Stabilizer, Zoom and Flash Raising the telescopic effect [Ex. Tele Conv.] Applicable modes: Extra Tele Conversion enables you to take pictures that are further enlarged without deteriorating the picture quality. Preparations: • When taking pictures: Set [Picture Size] to [ M] or [ S], and [Quality] to other than [...
  • Page 155: Flash

    6. Stabilizer, Zoom and Flash Increasing the zoom magnification in steps when taking pictures ∫ Select the menu. > [Rec] > [Ex. Tele Conv.] > [ZOOM] MENU Set a Fn button to [Zoom Control]. (P60) Press the Fn button. Press 2/1 or 3/4. Tele (Enlarges distant subject) 3/1: Wide (Widens angle of view)
  • Page 156: Flash

    6. Stabilizer, Zoom and Flash • If you assign [Ex. Tele Conv.] to [Fn Button Set] in the [Custom] ([Operation]) menu, you can display the Extra Tele Conversion setting screen for both pictures and motion pictures by pressing the assigned Fn button. While this screen is displayed, you can change the [Picture Size] setting by pressing [DISP.].
  • Page 157: Flash

    6. Stabilizer, Zoom and Flash Changing the settings for a power zoom lens Applicable modes: Sets the screen display and lens operations when using an interchangeable lens that is compatible with power zoom (electrically operated zoom). > [Custom] > [Lens / Others] > [Power Zoom Lens] MENU When you zoom, the focal distance is displayed and you can confirm the zoom...
  • Page 158: Zooming Using Touch Operations (touch Zoom)

    6. Stabilizer, Zoom and Flash Zooming using touch operations (Touch zoom) You can change the zoom magnification of Extra Tele Conversion with touch operation when using the optical zoom or taking pictures. • When using an interchangeable lens that does not support power zoom (H-FS12060/ H-FSA14140/H-FS1442A), you can operate the zoom magnification of Extra Tele Conversion by setting [Ex.
  • Page 159: Using A Flash

    6. Stabilizer, Zoom and Flash Using a Flash Applicable modes: Open/Close the built-in flash ∫ A To open the flash Slide the flash open lever. • Be careful when opening the flash as the flash will jump out. B To close the flash Press the flash until it clicks.
  • Page 160: Flash

    6. Stabilizer, Zoom and Flash Using the flash skillfully When taking pictures with flash with the lens hood attached, the lower portion of the photo may turn dark and the control of the flash may be disabled because the photo flash may be obscured by the lens hood.
  • Page 161: Setting Flash Functions

    6. Stabilizer, Zoom and Flash Setting Flash Functions You can set the flash function to control flash firing from the camera. [Firing Mode]/[Manual Flash Adjust.] Applicable modes: Select whether to set the flash output automatically or manually. • This can be set when the built-in flash is used. Select the menu.
  • Page 162: [flash Mode]

    6. Stabilizer, Zoom and Flash [Flash Mode] Applicable modes: Set the flash to match the recording. > [Rec] > [Flash] > [Flash Mode] MENU The flash is activated every time regardless of the recording (Forced Flash On) conditions. ‰ (Forced On/Red-Eye) ¢...
  • Page 163 6. Stabilizer, Zoom and Flash Available flash settings by Recording Mode ∫ The available flash settings depend on the Recording Mode. (±: Available, —: Not available, : Initial setting of Scene Guide Mode) ¥ Recording Mode ‰ Œ Program AE Mode ±...
  • Page 164: [flash Synchro]

    6. Stabilizer, Zoom and Flash [Flash Synchro] Applicable modes: When a moving subject is recorded at night using a slow shutter and flash, a trail of light may appear in front of the subject. If you set [Flash Synchro] to [2ND], you can take a dynamic picture with a trail of light appearing behind the subject by firing the flash immediately before the shutter closes.
  • Page 165: Adjusting The Flash Output

    6. Stabilizer, Zoom and Flash Adjusting the Flash Output Applicable modes: Adjust the flash brightness when pictures taken with the flash are over or underexposed. Preparation: Set [Wireless] and [Firing Mode] in [Flash] to [OFF] and [TTL], respectively. Select the menu. >...
  • Page 166: Recording Using A Wireless Flash

    6. Stabilizer, Zoom and Flash Recording Using a Wireless Flash Applicable modes: Flashes compatible with this camera (DMW-FL580L/DMW-FL360L/DMW-FL200L: optional) come with the wireless recording function. With this function, you can separately control the firing of three flash groups and the built-in flash (or the flash attached to the hot shoe of the camera).
  • Page 167 6. Stabilizer, Zoom and Flash Select the menu. > [Rec] > [Flash] MENU Select [ON]. [Wireless] The flash icon on the screen will be indicated with [WL]. Select the channel you have set for the wireless flashes in [Wireless Channel] step [Wireless Setup] Proceed to step...
  • Page 168: Using Other Settings For Wireless Flash Recording

    6. Stabilizer, Zoom and Flash Using other settings for wireless flash recording [Wireless FP] During wireless recording, an external flash fires an FP flash (high speed repetition of flash firing). This firing allows recording with the flash at a fast shutter speed. >...
  • Page 169: Recording Motion Pictures

    Recording Motion Pictures Recording Motion Picture Applicable modes: This camera can record full high definition motion pictures compatible with the AVCHD format or motion pictures recorded in MP4. In addition, the camera can record 4K motion pictures in MP4. Audio will be recorded in stereo. Start recording by pressing the motion picture button.
  • Page 170 7. Recording Motion Pictures • When the ambient temperature is high or a motion picture is recorded continuously, the camera may display [ ] and then stop the recording. Wait until the camera cools down. • ISO sensitivity operates as [AUTO] (for motion pictures) during motion picture recording. In Creative Video Mode, you can set the ISO sensitivity for motion picture recording.
  • Page 171: [rec Format]/[rec Quality]

    7. Recording Motion Pictures [Rec Format]/[Rec Quality] These set the recording format and recording quality for motion picture recording. This camera can record motion pictures in 4K (3840k2160) or full high-definition (1920k1080) resolution. The image quality settings that can be selected vary depending on the [Rec Format] setting.
  • Page 172: [continuous Af]

    7. Recording Motion Pictures • The higher the Bit rate value is, the higher the picture quality becomes. Since the camera employs the VBR recording method, the bit rate is changed automatically depending on the subject to record. As a result, the recording time is shortened when a fast-moving subject is recorded.
  • Page 173: [af Custom Setting(video)]

    7. Recording Motion Pictures • When the focus mode is set to [AFS], [AFF] or [AFC], if you press the shutter button halfway while recording a motion picture, the camera will re-adjust the focus. • Depending on the recording conditions or lens used, operational sound may be recorded when the AF is operated while recording a motion picture.
  • Page 174: Log Recording (v-log L)

    • The recording screen and images output via HDMI will appear darker overall. • LUTs (Look-Up Tables) can be used for post-production editing. You can download LUT data from the support site below. https://panasonic.jp/support/global/cs/dsc/ (This Site is English only.) This camera records motion pictures in 4:2:0/8 bit, so after post-production editing, luminance and color unevenness or noise may appear in areas such as blue skies, people’s skin, and white walls.
  • Page 175: Recording Still Pictures While Recording Motion Pictures

    7. Recording Motion Pictures Recording still pictures while recording motion pictures Applicable modes: You can record still pictures while recording a motion picture. (Simultaneous recording) During motion picture recording, press the shutter button fully to record a still picture. • Simultaneous recording indicator is displayed while recording still pictures.
  • Page 176: [snap Movie]

    • Motion pictures will be recorded with [FHD/20M/30p] in [MP4]. • Using the smartphone/tablet app “Panasonic Image App”, you can combine motion pictures recorded with the camera. Music can be added and various editing operations can be performed when you combine them.
  • Page 177 7. Recording Motion Pictures Snap Movie settings > [Motion Picture] > [Snap Movie] > [SET] MENU [Record time] Sets the recording time of motion pictures. Shifts focus gradually at the start of recording for more dramatic imaging [Pull Focus] expression. (P178) Adds a fade-in (gradual appearance) effect to an image and audio as recording starts or adds a fade-out (gradual disappearance) effect to them...
  • Page 178 7. Recording Motion Pictures Setting [Pull Focus] ∫ Set the frames that specify the positions where the [Pull Focus] starts (first position) and stops (second position). Button operation Press 2. Press to move the AF area frame, and press [MENU/SET]. (First position) •...
  • Page 179: Displaying/setting The Sound Recording Level

    7. Recording Motion Pictures Displaying/Setting the Sound Recording Level [Sound Rec Level Disp.] Applicable modes: Display the sound recording level on the recording screen. > [Motion Picture] > [Sound Rec Level Disp.] MENU Settings: [ON]/[OFF] • When [Sound Rec Level Limiter] is set to [OFF], [Sound Rec Level Disp.] is fixed to [ON]. [Sound Rec Level Adj.] Applicable modes: Adjust the sound input level to 19 different levels (j12 dB to i6 dB).
  • Page 180: Creative Video Mode

    7. Recording Motion Pictures Creative Video Mode Recording Mode: It is possible to manually change the aperture, shutter speed and ISO sensitivity and record motion pictures. The following motion pictures can only be recorded in Creative Video Mode: [High Speed Video] P181 [4K Live Cropping] P182...
  • Page 181: [high Speed Video]

    7. Recording Motion Pictures Press the motion picture button (or shutter button) again to stop recording. [AUTO] ISO sensitivity settings ∫ Set the upper and lower limits of the ISO sensitivity when it is set to [AUTO]. > [Motion Picture] > [ISO Sensitivity (video)] MENU [ISO Auto Lower Limit Setting] [200]/[400]/[800]/[1600]/[3200]...
  • Page 182: [4k Live Cropping]

    7. Recording Motion Pictures [4K Live Cropping] By cropping your motion picture down from the 4K angle of view to Full High Definition, you can record a motion picture that pans and zooms in/out while leaving the camera in a fixed position.
  • Page 183 7. Recording Motion Pictures Set the cropping end frame. B Cropping end frame Press the motion picture button (or shutter button) to start recording. C Elapsed recording time D Set operating time • Immediately release the motion picture button (or the shutter button) after pressing it.
  • Page 184: Playing Back And Editing Images

    Playing Back and Editing Images Playing Back Pictures Press [(]. Press 2/1. 1/98 1/98 1/98 1/98 2: Play back the previous picture 1: Play back the next picture • If you press and hold 2/1, you can play back the pictures in succession.
  • Page 185: Playing Back Motion Pictures

    8. Playing Back and Editing Images Playing Back Motion Pictures This unit was designed to play motion pictures using the AVCHD and MP4 formats. Select an icon indicated with [ ], and then press 3 to play it back. A Motion picture recording time •...
  • Page 186: Extracting A Picture

    8. Playing Back and Editing Images Extracting a Picture Extract one frame of a motion picture and save it as a JPEG image. Press 3 to pause motion picture playback. • Press 2/1 to fine-adjust the pause position while the motion picture is paused. Press [MENU/SET].
  • Page 187: Switching The Display Mode

    8. Playing Back and Editing Images Switching the Display Mode Enlarged Display Playback images can be displayed enlarged (Playback Zoom). Rotate the rear dial right. 2.0X 2.0X 2.0X 2.0X 1k > 2k > 4k > 8k > 16k Button Touch Description of operation operation operation...
  • Page 188: Calendar Playback

    8. Playing Back and Editing Images Calendar Playback Rotate the rear dial left to display the Calendar display. Press 3/4/2/1 to select the recording date and press [MENU/SET]. 2019 • Only the images recorded on that date will be displayed. •...
  • Page 189: Group Images

    8. Playing Back and Editing Images Group Images A picture group consists of multiple pictures. You can play back pictures in a group either continuously or one by one. • You can edit or delete all pictures in a group at once. (For example, if you delete a picture group, all pictures in the group are deleted.) 1/98 1/98...
  • Page 190 8. Playing Back and Editing Images Continuously playing back Group Pictures ∫ Press 3. • The same operation can be performed by touching the group picture icon ([ ], [ • When playing back group pictures one at a time, options are displayed. After selecting [Burst Play] (or [Sequential Play]), select either of the following playback methods: [From the first picture]:...
  • Page 191: Deleting Images

    8. Playing Back and Editing Images Deleting Images Once deleted, pictures cannot be recovered. To delete a single picture ∫ In Playback Mode, select the picture to delete and then press [ • The same operation can be performed by touching [ Press 3 to select [Delete Single] and then press [MENU/SET].
  • Page 192: Menu Guide

    Menu Guide Given below is the list of menus. Menus explained in detail on other pages are indicated with page numbers. • For information about menu operation methods, refer to page 55. • For information about methods of entering text, refer to page 64. Menus that are only available for P192 particular Recording Modes...
  • Page 193: [rec] Menu

    9. Menu Guide [Scene Guide] menu • [Scene Switch] (P82) [Creative Control] menu • [Filter Effect] (P88) • [Simultaneous Record w/o Filter] (P88) [Rec] menu • [Aspect Ratio] (P194) • [Shading Comp.] (P205) • [Picture Size] (P194) • [Diffraction Compensation] (P205) ¢...
  • Page 194: Picture Size]

    9. Menu Guide [Aspect Ratio] Applicable modes: This allows you to select the aspect ratio of the pictures to suit printing or the playback method. > [Rec] > [Aspect Ratio] MENU [4:3] [Aspect Ratio] of a 4:3 TV [3:2] [Aspect Ratio] of a 35 mm film camera [16:9] [Aspect Ratio] of a 16:9 TV [1:1]...
  • Page 195: Quality]

    9. Menu Guide [Quality] Applicable modes: Set the compression rate at which the pictures are to be stored. > [Rec] > [Quality] MENU Settings File format Description of settings A JPEG image in which image quality was given priority. A standard image quality JPEG image. JPEG [›] This is useful for increasing the number of shots without...
  • Page 196: Photo Style]

    9. Menu Guide [Photo Style] Applicable modes: You can select effects to match the type of image you wish to record. > [Motion Picture] > [Photo Style] [Rec]/ MENU [Standard] This is the standard setting. [Vivid] Brilliant effect with high saturation and contrast. [Natural] Soft effect with low contrast.
  • Page 197 9. Menu Guide Adjusting the picture quality ∫ Press 2/1 to select the type of Photo Style. - 5 - 5 ±0 Press 3/4 to select the items, and then press 2/1 ±0 to adjust. ±0 ±0 • You can register adjusted details to [Custom] by pressing [DISP.].
  • Page 198 9. Menu Guide • The effect of [Grain Effect] cannot be checked on the recording screen. Not available in these cases: • [Grain Effect] is not available in the following cases. – [Panorama Shot] (Scene Guide Mode) – When recording motion pictures –...
  • Page 199: Filter Settings]

    9. Menu Guide [Filter Settings] Applicable modes: You can add the image effects (filters) of Creative Control Mode. (P87) > [Motion Picture] > [Filter Settings] > [Filter Effect] [Rec]/ MENU Settings: [ON]/[OFF]/[SET] Setting a Filter with Touch Operation ∫ 1 Touch [ EXPS EXPS EXPS...
  • Page 200: Color Space]

    9. Menu Guide [Simultaneous Record w/o Filter] ∫ You can press the shutter button once and take two pictures simultaneously, one with an image effect and the other one without it. > [Rec]/ [Motion Picture] > [Filter Settings] > MENU [Simultaneous Record w/o Filter] Settings: [ON]/[OFF] •...
  • Page 201: Highlight Shadow]

    9. Menu Guide [Metering Mode] Applicable modes: Type of optical measurement to measure brightness can be changed. > [Motion Picture] > [Metering Mode] [Rec]/ MENU Brightness measurement Conditions position Normal usage Whole screen (produces balanced pictures) (Multiple) Center and surrounding area Subject in center (Center weighted) Center of [i]...
  • Page 202: I.dynamic]

    9. Menu Guide Rotate the front/rear dial to adjust the brightness of bright/dark portions. A Bright portion B Dark portion • Adjustments can also be made by dragging the graph. • To register a preferred setting, press 3, and select the destination where the custom setting will be registered to ([Custom1] ( )/[Custom2] (...
  • Page 203: I.resolution]

    9. Menu Guide [i.Resolution] Applicable modes: Pictures with sharp profile and resolution can be taken by using the Intelligent Resolution Technology. > [Motion Picture] > [i.Resolution] [Rec]/ MENU Settings: [HIGH]/[STANDARD]/[LOW]/[OFF] [Red-Eye Removal] Applicable modes: If you fire the flash when using Red-Eye Reduction ([ ] or [ ]), the camera automatically detects red-eye and corrects the picture.
  • Page 204: Long Shtr Nr]

    9. Menu Guide [Min. Shtr Speed] Applicable modes: Set the minimum shutter speed when the ISO sensitivity is set to [AUTO] or [ > [Rec] > [Min. Shtr Speed] MENU Settings: [AUTO]/[1/16000] to [1/1] • The shutter speed may become slower than the set value in situations where proper exposure cannot be obtained.
  • Page 205: Shading Comp.]

    9. Menu Guide [Shading Comp.] Applicable modes: When the screen periphery darkens as a result of the lens characteristics, you can record pictures with the brightness of the screen periphery corrected. > [Rec] > [Shading Comp.] MENU Settings: [ON]/[OFF] • Compensation effect may not be achieved depending on the recording conditions. •...
  • Page 206: Silent Mode]

    9. Menu Guide [Silent Mode] Applicable modes: Disables operational sounds and output of light at once. > [Rec] > [Silent Mode] MENU Settings: [ON]/[OFF] • Audio from the speaker will be muted and the flash and the AF Assist lamp will be disabled. The following settings are fixed.
  • Page 207 9. Menu Guide Electronic Front Mechanical Shutter Electronic Shutter Curtain The camera starts an The camera starts and The camera starts and exposure electronically, Description ends an exposure with ends an exposure and ends it with the the mechanical shutter. electronically.
  • Page 208: Hdr]

    9. Menu Guide [HDR] Applicable modes: You can combine 3 pictures with different levels of exposure into a single picture with rich gradation. You can minimize the loss of gradations in bright areas and dark areas when, for example, the contrast between the background and the subject is large. An image combined by HDR is recorded in JPEG.
  • Page 209: Multi Exp.]

    9. Menu Guide [Multi Exp.] Applicable modes: Gives an effect like multi exposure. (up to 4 times equivalent per a single image) > [Rec] > [Multi Exp.] MENU Press 3/4 to select [Start] and then press [MENU/SET]. Decide on the composition, and take the first picture.
  • Page 210: [motion Picture] Menu

    9. Menu Guide [Motion Picture] menu • [Rec Format] (P171) • [Diffraction Compensation] (P205) ¢ • [Rec Quality] (P171) • [Stabilizer] (P148) ¢ • [Snap Movie] (P176) • [Flkr Decrease] (P210) • [AFS/AFF] (P95) ¢ • [Ex. Tele Conv.] (P154) •...
  • Page 211: Wind Noise Canceller]

    9. Menu Guide [Wind Noise Canceller] Applicable modes: This will reduce the wind noise coming into the built-in microphone while maintaining sound quality. > [Motion Picture] > [Wind Noise Canceller] MENU Settings: [HIGH]/[STANDARD]/[OFF] • [HIGH] effectively reduces the wind noise by minimizing the low-pitched sound when a strong wind is detected.
  • Page 212: Sound Output]

    9. Menu Guide [Sound Output] Applicable modes: You can record motion pictures while hearing the sounds that are being recorded by connecting a commercially available headphones to this unit. A Headphone socket B Commercially available headphone • Do not use the headphone cables with the length of 3 m (9.8 feet) or more. •...
  • Page 213: [custom] Menu

    9. Menu Guide [Custom] menu [Exposure] [Monitor / Display] • [ISO Increments] (P214) • [Auto Review] (P219) • [Extended ISO] (P114) • [Monochrome Live View] (P219) • [Exposure Comp. Reset] (P214) • [Constant Preview] (P220) • [Live View Boost] (P220) [Focus / Release Shutter] •...
  • Page 214 9. Menu Guide > [Custom] > [Exposure] MENU [ISO Increments] This changes the increments used to set the ISO sensitivity. Settings: [1/3 EV]/[1 EV] [Exposure Comp. Reset] An exposure value can be reset when the Recording Mode is changed or the camera is turned off.
  • Page 215 9. Menu Guide [Eye Sensor AF] The camera automatically adjusts the focus when the eye sensor is active. • [Eye Sensor AF] may not work in dimly lit conditions. [Pinpoint AF Setting] This changes the setting for an enlarged display that appears when the Auto Focus Mode is set to [ Sets the time for which the enlarged screen is displayed when the [Pinpoint AF Time]...
  • Page 216 9. Menu Guide [Direct Focus Area] This moves the AF area or MF Assist using the cursor button when recording. • You can move the positions below with the cursor button. – When [š]/[ ]/[Ø] is selected: AF area – When [ ] is selected: lock-on position –...
  • Page 217 9. Menu Guide [AF Area Display] This changes the AF area display setting for when the Auto Focus Mode is set to [ ([49-Area]) or [ ], etc. ([Custom Multi]). Displays AF areas on the recording screen. • AF areas are not displayed when the default AF area setting is applied to [ON] ] ([49-Area]) or [ ], [...
  • Page 218 9. Menu Guide [MF Assist Display] Sets the display method of MF Assist (enlarged screen). Settings: [FULL] (full screen)/[PIP] (windowed screen) > [Custom] > [Operation] MENU [WB/ISO/Expo. Button] This sets the operation to be performed when [ ] (White Balance), [ ] (ISO sensitivity) or [ ] (Exposure Compensation) is pressed.
  • Page 219: [auto Review]

    9. Menu Guide [Touch Settings] Enables/disables the Touch operation. [Touch Screen] All touch operations. Operations of tabs, such as [ ] on the right side of the screen. [Touch Tab] [AF]: Operation to optimize focus for a touched subject. (P102) [Touch AF] [AF+AE]:Operation to optimize focus and brightness.
  • Page 220 9. Menu Guide [Constant Preview] You can check the effects of the chosen aperture and shutter speed on the recording screen in Manual Exposure Mode. Preview also operates in the MF Assist screen when [Preview While MF Assist] is set to [ON] in [SET].
  • Page 221: Center Marker]

    9. Menu Guide • Each time [ ] in [ ] is touched, the setting is switched in order of [ ] ([Detect Level]: > > [LOW]) ] ([Detect Level]: [HIGH]) [OFF]. Not available in these cases: • [Peaking] is not available for [Rough Monochrome] of Creative Video Mode. •...
  • Page 222: Zebra Pattern]

    9. Menu Guide [Highlight] When the Auto Review function is activated or when playing back, white saturated areas appear blinking in black and white. • If there are any white saturated areas, we recommend compensating the exposure towards negative referring to the histogram and then taking the picture again. •...
  • Page 223 9. Menu Guide [Expo.Meter] Display the exposure meter. • Set to [ON] to display the Exposure meter when performing Program Shift, setting aperture, and setting shutter speed. • Unsuitable areas of the range are displayed in red. 98 98 98 60 60 •...
  • Page 224 9. Menu Guide > [Custom] > [Lens / Others] MENU [Lens Position Resume] Saves the focus position when you turn off the camera. When an interchangeable lens that is compatible with power zoom is in use, the zoom position is also saved. [Lens Fn Button Setting] When an interchangeable lens with a focus selector switch and a focus button is being used, this sets the function to be assigned to the focus button of that lens.
  • Page 225 9. Menu Guide [Face Recog.] Face Recognition is a function which finds a face resembling a registered face and priorities focus and exposure automatically. Even if the person is located towards the back or on the end of a line in a group photo, the camera can still take a clear picture. [ON] Enables the Face Recognition function.
  • Page 226 9. Menu Guide Point of recording when registering the face images (Good example for registering) • Face front with eyes open and mouth closed, making sure the outline of the face, the eyes, or the eyebrows are not covered with hair when registering. •...
  • Page 227 9. Menu Guide [Profile Setup] If you set the name and birthday of your baby or pet in advance, you can record their name and age in months and years in the images. You can display these at playback or stamp the recorded images using [Text Stamp]. Settings: [ ] ([Baby1])/[ ] ([Baby2])/[...
  • Page 228: [setup] Menu

    9. Menu Guide [Setup] menu • [Online Manual] (P228) • [USB Mode] (P233) • [Cust.Set Mem.] (P80) • [USB Power Supply] (P233) • [Clock Set] (P39) • [TV Connection] (P234) • [World Time] (P228) • [Language] (P234) • [Travel Date] (P229) •...
  • Page 229 9. Menu Guide • If you are using Daylight Savings [ ], press 3. (The time will move forward by 1 hour.) To return to the normal time, press 3 again. • Set to [Home] when you have returned from your travel destination. •...
  • Page 230: [remote Wakeup]

    9. Menu Guide [Wi-Fi] [Wi-Fi Function] (P256) ∫ [Wi-Fi Setup] (P298) ∫ [Bluetooth] [Bluetooth] (P260) ∫ [Remote Wakeup] (P266) ∫ [Returning from Sleep Mode] (P269) ∫ [Auto Transfer] (P271) ∫ [Location Logging] (P273) ∫ [Auto Clock Set] (P274) ∫ [Wi-Fi network settings] ∫...
  • Page 231: Economy]

    9. Menu Guide [Economy] This is a function to automatically turn the camera to sleep (power save) status or turn off the viewfinder/monitor if no operation is performed for a set time. Reduces battery consumption. [Sleep Mode] Sets the amount of time until the camera is put into sleep. [Sleep Sets the camera to sleep 15 minutes after being disconnected from Wi-Fi.
  • Page 232: Monitor Luminance

    9. Menu Guide [Monitor Display Speed] This sets the monitor frame rate. [30fps] Reduces the power consumption, extending the operating time. [60fps] Displays movements smoother. • The settings of [Monitor Display Speed] do not affect the recorded images. • The setting for the viewfinder is fixed at [60fps]. [Monitor Display]/[Viewfinder] Brightness, color, or red or blue tint of the monitor/viewfinder is adjusted.
  • Page 233 9. Menu Guide [Eye Sensor] [Sensitivity] This will set the sensitivity of the eye sensor. This will set the method for switching between the monitor and viewfinder. [LVF/MON AUTO] (automatic switching between the monitor and viewfinder) [LVF/Monitor [LVF] (viewfinder) Switch] [MON] (monitor) •...
  • Page 234: [viera Link]

    9. Menu Guide [TV Connection] [HDMI Mode (Play)]: This sets the video format to be used for output in Playback Mode when the camera and a TV or monitor is connected with an HDMI micro cable. Outputs images at an output resolution suited to the [AUTO] connected TV.
  • Page 235 9. Menu Guide [Folder / File Settings] Set the folder and file name patterns in which images are to be saved. Folder name File name 100ABCDE PABC0001.JPG       1 Folder number (3-digits, 100–999) 1 Color space ([P]: sRGB, [ _ ]: AdobeRGB) 2 5-digit user-defined segment 2 3-digit user-defined segment 3 File number (4-digits, 0001–9999)
  • Page 236 9. Menu Guide [No.Reset] Reset the file number of the next recording to 0001. • When recording is performed after resetting this item, the folder number is updated and the file number starts from 0001. • A folder number between 100 and 999 can be assigned. The folder number should be reset before it reaches 999.
  • Page 237: Sensor Cleaning]

    9. Menu Guide [Reset Network Settings] The following network settings are reset to the default: – [Wi-Fi Setup] (Excluding [LUMIX CLUB]) – Registered device information in [Bluetooth] and values in [Wi-Fi network settings] • When requesting a repair or transferring/disposing of the camera, refer to “About the personal information”...
  • Page 238: [my Menu] Menu

    9. Menu Guide [My Menu] menu [My Menu Setting] Register frequently-used menus and display them in [My Menu]. You can register up to 23 menus. > [My Menu] > [My Menu Setting] MENU [Add] Specifies the menu to be displayed in My Menu to register it. Rearranges the menus displayed in My Menu.
  • Page 239: [playback] Menu

    9. Menu Guide [Playback] menu • [Slide Show] (P240) • [Text Stamp] (P250) • [Playback Mode] (P241) • [Resize] (P251) • [Protect] (P242) • [Cropping] (P252) • [Rating] (P242) • [Rotate] (P253) • [Title Edit] (P243) • [Video Divide] (P253) •...
  • Page 240: Post Focus

    9. Menu Guide [Slide Show] You can play back the pictures you have taken in synchronization with music, and you can do this in sequence while leaving a fixed interval between each of the pictures. You can also put together a slide show composed of only still pictures, only motion pictures, etc.
  • Page 241 9. Menu Guide Changing the slide show settings ∫ You can change the settings for slide show playback by selecting [Effect] or [Setup] on the slide show menu screen. This allows you to select the screen effects when switching from one [Effect] picture to the next.
  • Page 242 9. Menu Guide [Protect] You can set protection for pictures you do not want to delete by mistake. > [Playback] > [Protect] MENU Select the picture. (P239) • [999+] is displayed on the screen, if the total number of protects you set for a group pictures is more than 1000 pictures.
  • Page 243: Title Edit]

    9. Menu Guide [Title Edit] You can add text (comments) to pictures. After text has been registered, it can be stamped in prints using [Text Stamp]. > [Playback] > [Title Edit] MENU Select the picture. (P239) • [’] is displayed for pictures with titles already registered. Enter the text.
  • Page 244: [raw Processing]

    9. Menu Guide [RAW Processing] You can process the pictures taken in RAW format. The processed pictures will be saved in JPEG format. > [Playback] > [RAW Processing] MENU Select RAW images with 2/1, and then press [MENU/SET]. Press 3/4 to select an item. •...
  • Page 245 9. Menu Guide Use 3/4 to select items and press [MENU/SET] to perform the following operations. [Reinstate Adjustments]: Returns the settings to the ones you used during the recording. [Color Space]: [More Settings] Allows you to select a [Color Space] setting from [sRGB] or [Adobe RGB].
  • Page 246 9. Menu Guide On the comparison screen, you can use the following operations to make adjustments: A Current setting Button Touch Description of operation operation operation 2/1/ Dragging Selects a setting. [DISP.] [DISP.] Returns you to the setting screen. DISP. Sets the adjusted level and returns [MENU/SET] [Set]...
  • Page 247: Composition]

    9. Menu Guide [Light Composition] Select multiple frames from 4K burst files that you wish to combine. Parts of the image that are brighter than the preceding frame will be superimposed on the preceding frame to combine the frames into one picture. >...
  • Page 248: Sequence Composition]

    9. Menu Guide [Sequence Composition] Select multiple frames from a 4K burst file to create a sequence composition of a moving subject into one picture. > [Playback] > [Sequence Composition] MENU Press 2/1 to select the 4K photo burst files and press [MENU/SET]. Select frames to combine.
  • Page 249: Clear Retouch]

    9. Menu Guide [Clear Retouch] • [Clear Retouch] is a setting to be used through touch operations and automatically enables touch operation. > [Playback] > [Clear Retouch] MENU Press 2/1 to select a picture, and then press [MENU/SET]. Drag your finger over the part you want to delete. •...
  • Page 250: Text Stamp]

    9. Menu Guide [Text Stamp] You can stamp recording information on recorded images. LISA LISA LISA > [Playback] > [Text Stamp] MENU Select the picture. (P239) • [‘] appears on screen if the picture is stamped with text. Press 3/4 to select [Set], and then press [MENU/SET]. [Shooting Date] Stamps the recording date.
  • Page 251: [resize]

    9. Menu Guide [Resize] To allow easy posting to web pages, attachment to e-mail etc., picture size (number of pixels) is reduced. > [Playback] > [Resize] MENU Select the picture and size. [Single] setting 1 Press 2/1 to select the picture, and then press [MENU/SET].
  • Page 252: [cropping]

    9. Menu Guide [Cropping] You can enlarge and then clip the important part of the recorded picture. > [Playback] > [Cropping] MENU Press 2/1 to select the picture, and then press [MENU/SET]. Use the rear dial and press 3/4/2/1 to select the parts to be cropped. Touch Button operation Description of operation...
  • Page 253 9. Menu Guide [Rotate] (The picture is rotated manually.) Rotate pictures manually in 90o steps. • The [Rotate] function is disabled when [Rotate Disp.] is set to [OFF]. > [Playback] > [Rotate] MENU Press 2/1 to select the picture and then press [MENU/SET]. Select the rotation direction.
  • Page 254 9. Menu Guide [Time Lapse Video] This function allows you to create a motion picture from a picture group recorded with [Time Lapse Shot]. > [Playback] > [Time Lapse Video] MENU Select the [Time Lapse Shot] picture group with 2/1, and then press [MENU/ SET].
  • Page 255 9. Menu Guide [Picture Sort] You can set the order in which the camera displays images during playback. > [Playback] > [Picture Sort] MENU Displays images by folder name/file name. This display format allows you [FILE NAME] to locate images in the card easily. Displays images by recording date.
  • Page 256: Using The Wi-fi/bluetooth Function

    Using the Wi-Fi/Bluetooth function ® ® What you can do with the Wi-Fi /Bluetooth function Controlling with a Smartphone • Remote shooting (P267) • Playing back/saving recorded images and sending them to social media sites (P270) • Editing motion pictures recorded with Snap Movie (P275) Connect to a smartphone that supports Bluetooth Low Energy to expand the...
  • Page 257: Wi-fi Function/bluetooth Function

    10. Using the Wi-Fi/Bluetooth function Wi-Fi function/Bluetooth function Before Use ∫ • Set the clock. (P39) • To use the Wi-Fi function on this unit, a wireless access point or a destination device equipped with the wireless LAN function is required. About the WIRELESS connection lamp ∫...
  • Page 258 10. Using the Wi-Fi/Bluetooth function After connecting to a Wi-Fi network, you can perform the following operations by pressing [Wi-Fi]: [Terminate the Connection] Terminates the Wi-Fi connection. Terminates the Wi-Fi connection, and allows you to select [Change the Destination] a different Wi-Fi connection. [Change Settings for Sending (P279) Images]...
  • Page 259: Connecting To A Smartphone

    Connecting to a smartphone You can use a smartphone to operate the camera from a remote location. You need to install “Panasonic Image App” (referred to as “Image App” from this point on) on your smartphone. Installing “Panasonic Image App”...
  • Page 260: Connecting To A Smartphone (bluetooth Connection)

    10. Using the Wi-Fi/Bluetooth function Connecting to a Smartphone (Bluetooth Connection) Follow a simple connection setup procedure (pairing) to connect to a smartphone that supports Bluetooth Low Energy. When pairing is set up, the camera also automatically connects to the smartphone via Wi-Fi. •...
  • Page 261 10. Using the Wi-Fi/Bluetooth function Start “Image App”. • The paired smartphone will be registered as a paired device after connected via Wi-Fi. Connecting to a Paired Smartphone ∫ On the camera > [Setup] > [Bluetooth] > [Bluetooth] > [ON] MENU On your smartphone Start “Image App”...
  • Page 262: Connecting To A Smartphone (wi-fi Connection)

    10. Using the Wi-Fi/Bluetooth function Connecting to a Smartphone (Wi-Fi connection) Use Wi-Fi to connect the camera and a smartphone that does not support Bluetooth Low Energy. • You can also connect via Wi-Fi to a smartphone that supports Bluetooth Low Energy by following the same steps.
  • Page 263 10. Using the Wi-Fi/Bluetooth function Using Password Authentication to Connect When [Wi-Fi Password] is set to [ON], you can enhance security by using manual entry or a QR code for password authentication. Preparations: (On the camera) Set [Wi-Fi Password] to [ON]. (P298) Scanning QR code to connect ∫...
  • Page 264: Changing The Wi-fi Connection Method

    10. Using the Wi-Fi/Bluetooth function Manually entering a password to connect ∫ On the camera > [Setup] > [Wi-Fi] > [Wi-Fi Function] > MENU [New Connection] > [Remote Shooting & View] A SSID and password B QR code • The information (QR Code, SSID and Password) required for directly connecting your smartphone to the camera is displayed.
  • Page 265: Terminating The Wi-fi Connection

    10. Using the Wi-Fi/Bluetooth function Connecting via network ∫ On the camera Select [Via Network]. • Follow the connection procedure described on P293 to connect the camera to a wireless access point. On your smartphone Turn on the Wi-Fi function in the setup menu. Connect the smartphone to the wireless access point to which the camera is connected.
  • Page 266: Operating The Camera With A Smartphone

    10. Using the Wi-Fi/Bluetooth function Operating the Camera 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 Support for Bluetooth Low Energy required Indicates that the function can be used with smartphones that Bluetooth...
  • Page 267: Remote Shooting

    10. Using the Wi-Fi/Bluetooth function Turning off the camera ∫ Operate the smartphone. 1 Select [ 2 Select [ OFF]. • When [Remote Wakeup] is set to [ON], the Bluetooth function continues to operate even after the camera is turned off, thus causing the battery to drain. Remote shooting Wireless connectivity required: Wi-Fi...
  • Page 268: [shutter Remote Control]

    10. Using the Wi-Fi/Bluetooth function Not available in these cases: • In the following cases, remote recording does not work: – [Panorama Shot] (Scene Guide Mode) ¢ – When using [Time Lapse Shot] ¢ When [Priority of Remote Device] is set to [ ] ([Smartphone]), you can temporarily switch to Program AE Mode for remote recording.
  • Page 269 10. Using the Wi-Fi/Bluetooth function • Refer to [Help] in the “Image App” for more details about the [Shutter Remote Control] operation of the “Image App”. • [Shutter Remote Control] is available when the camera on/off switch is set to [ON]. •...
  • Page 270: Playing Back/saving Recorded Images And Sending Them To Social Media Sites

    10. Using the Wi-Fi/Bluetooth function Playing back/saving recorded images and sending them to social media sites Wireless connectivity required: Wi-Fi Connect to a smartphone. (P262) Operate the smartphone. If the camera is already connected to the smartphone via Bluetooth, select [ ] →...
  • Page 271: Transferring Recorded Images Automatically

    10. Using the Wi-Fi/Bluetooth function Transferring recorded images automatically Wireless connectivity required: Bluetooth Wi-Fi The camera automatically transfers recorded images to a Bluetooth-connected smartphone via Wi-Fi. Make a Bluetooth connection to the smartphone. (P260) Select the camera’s menu. > [Setup] > [Bluetooth] > [Auto Transfer] > [ON] MENU •...
  • Page 272 10. Using the Wi-Fi/Bluetooth function • When [Auto Transfer] is set to [ON], [Wi-Fi Function] in [Wi-Fi] in the [Setup] menu cannot be used. • If the camera turns off during image transfer and the file transfer is canceled, it will resend the files as soon as it is turned on again.
  • Page 273: Recording Location Information

    10. Using the Wi-Fi/Bluetooth function Recording location information Wireless connectivity required: Bluetooth The smartphone sends its location information to the camera via Bluetooth, and the camera performs recording while writing the acquired location information. A The smartphone acquires Bluetooth location information. B The smartphone sends the location information.
  • Page 274: Automatically Setting The Clock

    10. Using the Wi-Fi/Bluetooth function Automatically setting the clock Wireless connectivity required: Bluetooth Synchronize the [Clock Set] setting and the [Home] or [Destination] setting in [World Time], which are all located in the [Setup] menu of the camera, with the corresponding settings of a smartphone.
  • Page 275: Editing Motion Pictures Recorded With Snap Movie

    10. Using the Wi-Fi/Bluetooth function Editing motion pictures recorded with Snap Movie Wireless connectivity required: Wi-Fi Using a smartphone, you can combine motion pictures recorded with the camera’s [Snap Movie] function (P176). Music can be added to motion pictures to be combined. In addition, you can save the combined motion picture or upload it on a web service.
  • Page 276: Displaying Pictures On A Tv

    10. Using the Wi-Fi/Bluetooth function Displaying pictures on a TV You can display pictures on a TV that supports DLNA (DMR). Select the menu. > [Setup] > [Wi-Fi] > [Wi-Fi Function] > [New Connection] > MENU [Playback on TV] Select [Via Network] or [Direct], and connect. (P292, 293) Select a device you want to connect.
  • Page 277: Sending Images From The Camera

    10. Using the Wi-Fi/Bluetooth function Sending images from the camera When sending pictures, first select [New Connection], then select the method of sending pictures. > [Setup] > [Wi-Fi] > [Wi-Fi Function] > MENU [New Connection] > [Send Images While Recording] or [Send Images Stored in the Camera] Images that can be sent ∫...
  • Page 278 10. Using the Wi-Fi/Bluetooth function Send Images While Recording ∫ A picture can be automatically sent to a specified device every time you take it. • While sending a file, [ ] is displayed on the recording screen. • Set the menu to terminate the connection. >...
  • Page 279: Image Settings

    10. Using the Wi-Fi/Bluetooth function Send Images Stored in the Camera ∫ Images can be selected and sent after recording. [Single Select] setting Select the picture. Select [Set]. [Multi Select] setting Select the picture. (repeat) • The setting is canceled when the picture is selected again.
  • Page 280: Sending Images To A Smartphone

    10. Using the Wi-Fi/Bluetooth function Sending images to a smartphone Preparations: Install the “Image App” in advance. (P259) Select the menu. > [Setup] > [Wi-Fi] > [Wi-Fi Function] > [New Connection] > MENU [Send Images While Recording] or [Send Images Stored in the Camera] >...
  • Page 281: Printing Wirelessly

    10. Using the Wi-Fi/Bluetooth function Printing Wirelessly You can print pictures on printers that support PictBridge (wireless LAN) ¢ ¢ Compliant with the DPS over IP standards. • For details on the PictBridge (wireless LAN-compatible) printer, contact the respective company. Select the menu.
  • Page 282: Sending Images To Av Device

    10. Using the Wi-Fi/Bluetooth function Sending images to AV device You can send pictures and motion pictures to an AV device (home AV device) that supports DLNA, such as a recorder. A Wireless access point B Home AV device Select the menu. >...
  • Page 283: Sending Images To Pc

    10. Using the Wi-Fi/Bluetooth function Sending images to PC Preparations: • Turn the computer on. • Prepare folders for receiving images on the PC. (P283) • If the workgroup of the destination PC has been changed from the standard setting, change the setting of this unit in [PC Connection].
  • Page 284 10. Using the Wi-Fi/Bluetooth function Sending images to the PC ∫ Select the menu. > [Setup] > [Wi-Fi] > [Wi-Fi Function] > [New Connection] > MENU [Send Images While Recording] or [Send Images Stored in the Camera] > [PC] Select [Via Network] or [Direct], and connect. (P292, 293) Enter the computer name of the PC (NetBIOS name for Mac) you want to connect to.
  • Page 285: Using Web Services

    Check this information before uploading images to web services. • Panasonic assumes no responsibility for the damages resulting from the leakage, loss, etc. of images uploaded on web services.
  • Page 286 10. Using the Wi-Fi/Bluetooth function Registering the WEB service to “LUMIX CLUB” Check the “FAQ/Contact us” on the following site for compatible web services. https://lumixclub.panasonic.net/eng/c/lumix_faqs/ Preparation: Make sure that you have created an account on the web service you want to use, and have the login information available.
  • Page 287 10. Using the Wi-Fi/Bluetooth function Sending images in the camera to a web service with simple operations ∫ Display an image. Press 4. (When group pictures are selected, press 3, and select [Upload(Wi-Fi)] or [Upload All(Wi-Fi)].) • The same operation can be performed by touching [ (When group pictures are selected, select [Upload(Wi-Fi)] or [Upload All(Wi-Fi)] after touch [ ], [...
  • Page 288: When Sending Images To [cloud Sync. Service]

    10. Using the Wi-Fi/Bluetooth function When sending images to [Cloud Sync. Service] Preparation: • Register to the “LUMIX CLUB”. (P289) • Set up cloud synchronization. (Use “PHOTOfunSTUDIO” on a PC or “Image App” on a smartphone.) Using [Cloud Sync. Service] (As of April 2019) ∫...
  • Page 289: Lumix Club

    10. Using the Wi-Fi/Bluetooth function “LUMIX CLUB” Refer to the “LUMIX CLUB” site for details. https://lumixclub.panasonic.net/eng/c/ • The service may be suspended due to regular maintenance or unexpected troubles, and the service contents may be changed or added, without prior notice to the users.
  • Page 290 10. Using the Wi-Fi/Bluetooth function Confirm/Change Login ID or Password Preparation: When using the acquired login ID, check the ID and password. To change the “LUMIX CLUB” password on the camera, access the “LUMIX CLUB” website from your smartphone or PC and change the “LUMIX CLUB” password in advance.
  • Page 291 10. Using the Wi-Fi/Bluetooth function Check the “LUMIX CLUB” terms of use Check the details if the terms of use have been updated. > [Setup] > [Wi-Fi] > [Wi-Fi Setup] > [LUMIX CLUB] > MENU [Terms of use] Deleting your login ID/“LUMIX CLUB” account Delete the login ID from the camera when transferring it to another party or disposing of it.
  • Page 292: Wi-fi Connections

    10. Using the Wi-Fi/Bluetooth function Wi-Fi connections The following types of connections are available. > [Setup] > [Wi-Fi] > [Wi-Fi Function] MENU This makes a connection after a Wi-Fi function and send destination is selected. When a screen similar to the one below is displayed, select the connection method.
  • Page 293: [via Network]

    10. Using the Wi-Fi/Bluetooth function [Via Network] Select a connection method to the wireless access point. Save push button type wireless access point that is compatible with Wi-Fi Protected Setup™ with a WPS mark. Press the wireless access point e.g.: WPS button until it switches to WPS mode.
  • Page 294 10. Using the Wi-Fi/Bluetooth function [From List] Search for available wireless access points. • Confirm encryption key of the wireless access point if the network authentication is encrypted. Select the wireless access point. • To search for wireless access points again, press [DISP.]. •...
  • Page 295: [direct]

    10. Using the Wi-Fi/Bluetooth function [Direct] [WPS (Push-Button)] On the camera, select [WPS (Push-Button)]. Set the device to WPS mode. • You can wait longer for a connection by pressing [DISP.] on this [WPS Connection] unit. [WPS (PIN code)] On the camera, select [WPS (PIN code)]. Enter the PIN code of the device into this camera.
  • Page 296: Connect To Wi-fi Using Previously Saved Settings

    10. Using the Wi-Fi/Bluetooth function Connect to Wi-Fi Using Previously Saved Settings Wi-Fi connection history is saved in History when the Wi-Fi function is used. Connecting from History allows you to easily connect with the same Wi-Fi settings as used previously. •...
  • Page 297 10. Using the Wi-Fi/Bluetooth function Editing items registered in favorite ∫ 1 Select the menu. > [Setup] > [Wi-Fi] > [Wi-Fi Function] > MENU [Select a destination from Favorite] 2 Select the Favorites item you wish to edit and press 1. [Remove from Favorite] —...
  • Page 298: [wi-fi Setup] Menu

    10. Using the Wi-Fi/Bluetooth function [Wi-Fi Setup] Menu Configure the settings required for the Wi-Fi function. The settings cannot be changed when connected to Wi-Fi. > [Setup] > [Wi-Fi] > [Wi-Fi Setup] MENU [Priority of Remote Device] This sets the higher priority between the camera and smartphone to perform operations during remote recording.
  • Page 299 10. Using the Wi-Fi/Bluetooth function [Wi-Fi Function Lock] To prevent incorrect operation and use of the Wi-Fi function by a third party and to protect saved personal information, we recommend protecting the Wi-Fi function with a password. Enter any 4-digit numbers as the password. [Setup] •...
  • Page 300: Connecting To Other Devices

    Connecting to other devices Watching/Saving 4K Motion Pictures on an External Device Watching motion pictures in 4K Playing Back on a TV Screen ∫ You can enjoy finely-detailed 4K motion pictures by connecting the camera and a TV that supports 4K motion picture and playing back 4K motion pictures recorded with the camera. Although the output resolution will be lower, you can also play them back by connecting to a device that does not support 4K motion picture, such as a high-definition TV.
  • Page 301: Playing Back Pictures On A Tv Screen

    11. Connecting to other devices Playing Back Pictures on a TV Screen Preparations: Turn off the camera and TV. Connect the camera and the TV with an HDMI micro cable. • Check the direction of the terminals and plug in/out straight holding onto the plug. (It may result in malfunction by the deforming of the terminal if it is plugged in obliquely or in wrong direction.) Do not connect devices to incorrect terminals.
  • Page 302: Recording While Monitoring Camera Images

    11. Connecting to other devices Recording while monitoring camera images When using the HDMI output, you can record pictures and motion pictures while monitoring the camera image on an external monitor, TV or similar device. Setting the information display during HDMI output ∫...
  • Page 303: Using Viera Link (hdmi)

    What is the VIERA Link (HDMI) (HDAVI Control™)? • This function allows you to use your remote control for the Panasonic TV for easy operations when this unit has been connected to a VIERA Link compatible device using an HDMI micro cable for automatic linked operations.
  • Page 304: Importing Images To A Pc

    11. Connecting to other devices Importing images to a PC You can acquire recorded pictures to a PC by connecting the camera and the PC. • Some PCs can read directly from the card removed from the camera. For details, refer to the operating instructions of your PC.
  • Page 305: Downloading Software

    DVD, processing and correcting images, and editing motion pictures. Check the site below to download and install the software. Download the software while it is available for download. • Download expiration: April 2024 https://panasonic.jp/support/global/cs/soft/download/d_pfs10ae.html (This Site is English only.) • Operating environment ® Windows 10 (32bit/64bit), ®...
  • Page 306 11. Connecting to other devices SILKYPIX Developer Studio SE This is software to edit RAW format images. Edited images can be saved in a format (JPEG, TIFF, etc.) that can be displayed on a personal computer. Check the site below to download and install the software. http://www.isl.co.jp/SILKYPIX/english/p/ •...
  • Page 307: Copying Images To A Pc

    11. Connecting to other devices Copying images to a PC Preparations: Install “PHOTOfunSTUDIO ” on PC. (P305) Turn on the camera and the PC, and then connect these with the USB connection cable (supplied). • Check the direction of the terminals and plug in/out straight holding onto the plug. (It may result in malfunction by the deforming of the terminal if it is plugged in obliquely or in wrong direction.) Do not connect devices to incorrect terminals.
  • Page 308 11. Connecting to other devices Folder structure inside card ∫ You can drag and drop the folders and files containing the images you want to transfer into separate folders on your PC to save them. For Windows: A drive ([LUMIX]) is displayed in [Computer] For Mac: A drive ([LUMIX]) is displayed on the desktop Card...
  • Page 309: Storing On A Recorder

    11. Connecting to other devices Storing on a Recorder You can connect the camera to a Panasonic Blu-ray disc recorder or DVD recorder and store pictures and motion pictures on it. Preparations: Turn on the camera and the recorder. Connect the recorder and camera with the USB connection cable (supplied).
  • Page 310: Printing The Pictures

    11. Connecting to other devices Printing the Pictures You can directly connect the camera to a PictBridge-supported printer for printing. Preparations: • Perform the print quality and other settings at the printer before printing the pictures. • Turn on the camera and the printer. Connect the printer and camera with the USB connection cable (supplied).
  • Page 311: [rating]

    11. Connecting to other devices Selecting multiple pictures and printing them Press 3 to select the multiple printing setting in step of “Printing the Pictures”. (P310) Press 3/4 to select an item and then press [MENU/SET]. Multiple pictures are printed at one time. •...
  • Page 312: Adding Date And Text To Pictures

    11. Connecting to other devices Making print settings on the camera ∫ Setting options include the number of printed pictures and their size. Make settings before selecting [Print start]. [Print with Date] [ON]/[OFF] [Num.of prints] Sets number of pictures (up to 999 pictures). [Paper Size] Sets the paper size.
  • Page 313: Others

    Others Optional accessories • Some optional accessories may not be available in some countries. External Flash (optional) After attaching the flash (DMW-FL580L, DMW-FL360L, DMW-FL200L: optional), the effective range will be increased when compared to the camera’s built-in flash. Preparations: • Close the built-in flash and set the camera on/off switch to [OFF]. Removing the Hot Shoe Cover The camera comes with a hot shoe cover attached to the hot shoe.
  • Page 314 12. Others • If you attach an external flash, you can use the following functions even when recording with the flash: – Aperture Bracket – Focus Bracket • You can set the aperture value, the shutter speed and the ISO sensitivity on the camera even when attaching the external flash.
  • Page 315 12. Others Selecting battery usage priority ∫ Preparations: • Turn the camera off, and remove the cover for the Battery Grip connector. 1 Attach the Battery Grip to the camera. 2 Turn on the camera. 3 Select the menu. > [Setup] >...
  • Page 316: Using [cloud Sync. Service]

    12. Others External Microphone (optional) Using a Stereo Shotgun Microphone (DMW-MS2: optional) or stereo microphone (VW-VMS10: optional), you can record sounds with quality superior to those recorded with the built-in microphone. Preparations: • Close the built-in flash and set the camera on/off switch to [OFF]. A Hot shoe B [MIC] socket C Stereo Shotgun Microphone (DMW-MS2: optional)
  • Page 317: Wind Cut]

    By using the AC adaptor (optional) and DC coupler (optional), you can record and play back without worrying about the remaining battery charge. The optional DC coupler can only be used with the designated Panasonic AC adaptor (optional). • Always use a genuine Panasonic AC adaptor (optional).
  • Page 318: Monitor Display/viewfinder Display

    12. Others Monitor Display/Viewfinder Display Display example: When [ ] (monitor style) is set and the monitor display is in use • The information displayed, such as histograms, magnifications, and numeric values, are only for the purpose of reference. In recording ...
  • Page 319 12. Others Name ¢2 (P227) A › Quality (P195) Number of days that have passed since the AFS AFF AFC MF Focus Mode (P95, 107) departure date ¢3 (P229) Focus Bracket (P146) (P227) ¢2 Post Focus (P133) Location ¢3 (P229) š...
  • Page 320 12. Others White Balance Bracket (P147) Touch tab (P219) White Balance Fine Adjustment Touch zoom (P158) (P117) Touch Shutter (P53) AWBc AWBw Touch AF (P53) White Balance (P115) VÐîÑ Touch AE (P54) Color (P69) Peaking (P220) Number of recordable pictures Fn button (P60) (P33)
  • Page 321 12. Others In recording On-monitor recording information 1/60 F3.5  Single (P118) Burst (P119)  AUTO 4K Photo (P122)  Post Focus (P133) Self-timer (P143)  AFS AFF AFC MF Focus Mode (P95, 107) š AF Mode (P97) Ø Recording Mode (P44) EXPS EXPS...
  • Page 322 12. Others In playback Snap Movie (P176)   1/98 1/98 1/98 120fps High speed video (P181) 9 pic. 9 pic. pic. Quality (P195) A › Battery indication (P26)   Power is being supplied (P25) Battery Grip (P314) 60 60 60 F3.5 F3.5 F3.5...
  • Page 323 12. Others Name ¢2 (P225, 227) Location ¢2 (P229) Title (P243) ¢2 Age (P225, 227) Recording information ¢1 h: hour, m: minute, s: second ¢2 It is displayed in order of [Title], [Location], [Name] ([Baby1]/[Baby2], [Pet]), [Name] ([Face Recog.]).
  • Page 324: Lens Information Display

    12. Others In playback Detailed information display Histogram display 5500 STD.   F3.5 F3.5  10:00 DEC. 1.2019 10:00 DEC. 1.2019  100-0001 100-0001 Photo style, Highlight shadow display White balance display 5500K F3.5 F3.5 10:00 DEC. 1.2019 10:00 DEC. 1.2019 100-0001 100-0001 Lens information display...
  • Page 325: Message Display

    12. Others Message Display Meanings of main messages displayed on the camera screen, and response methods. Card ∫ [Memory Card Error]/[Format this card?] • It is a format that cannot be used with the camera. Either insert another card, or back up any necessary data before formatting. (P33) [Memory Card Error]/[This memory card cannot be used] •...
  • Page 326 [This battery cannot be used] • Use a genuine Panasonic battery. If this message is displayed even when a genuine Panasonic battery is used, contact the dealer. • If the terminal of the battery is dirty, remove the dirt and dust from them.
  • Page 327 12. Others Others ∫ [Some pictures cannot be deleted]/[This picture cannot be deleted] • Images that do not comply with the DCF standard cannot be deleted. Back up any necessary data before formatting the card. (P33) [Cannot be set on this picture] •...
  • Page 328: Troubleshooting

    12. Others Troubleshooting First, try out the following procedures (P328 to P336). If the problem is not resolved, it may be improved by selecting [Reset] (P236) the [Setup] menu. Power, Battery The charging lamp blinks. • Charging is being performed in a place with extremely high or low temperature. –...
  • Page 329 12. Others Cannot record images. The shutter will not operate immediately when the shutter button is pressed. • If [Focus/Release Priority] is set to [FOCUS], then recording will not take place until focus is achieved. (P216) The recorded image is whitish. •...
  • Page 330: Motion Pictures

    12. Others The subject appears distorted on the image. • When a moving subject is recorded while using the following functions, the subject may appear distorted in the picture: – [ESHTR] – Motion picture recording – [4K PHOTO] This is a characteristic of the MOS sensor that is the image sensor of the camera, and is not a malfunction.
  • Page 331 12. Others Motion picture recording stops in the middle. • Recording motion picture using the SD card requires an SD card of a supported speed class. Use a compatible SD card. (P32) Sometimes focus adjustment with AF mode is difficult while recording 4K motion pictures.
  • Page 332 12. Others Red part of the recorded image has changed color to black. • When Red-Eye Removal ([ ] or [ ]) is performed, red parts may be corrected to black. We recommend recording images with the flash mode set to [‰] or [Red-Eye Removal] set to [OFF].
  • Page 333 12. Others Flash The flash does not fire. • Open the flash if it is closed. (P159) • The flash does not fire when [Œ] (forced flash off) is selected. (P162, 163) Wi-Fi Function A Wi-Fi connection cannot be established. Radio waves get disconnected.
  • Page 334 12. Others When trying to connect to a PC by Wi-Fi, this does not recognize the user name and password, and connection is not possible. • Depending on the version of the OS, there are two types of user account (local account/ Microsoft account).
  • Page 335 12. Others TV, PC, Printer No image on the TV. The TV screen is blurry or not colored. • Confirm the connection with the TV. (P301) • Set the TV input to HDMI input. VIERA Link is not working. • Check that the [VIERA Link] of the camera is set to [ON]. (P234) •...
  • Page 336 12. Others Others When I shake the camera, I hear a rattling sound from the camera. • The sound is caused by the in-body stabilizer. This is not a malfunction. When I shake the camera, I hear a rattling sound from the attached lens. •...
  • Page 337: Cautions For Use

    12. Others Cautions for Use Optimal use of the camera Keep this unit as far away as possible from electromagnetic equipment (such as microwave ovens, TVs, video games etc.). • If you use this unit on top of or near a TV, the pictures and/or sound on this unit may be disrupted by electromagnetic wave radiation.
  • Page 338 • The eye cup is a built-in component, so be careful not to remove it. • If you wipe the eye cup too hard and it is removed, consult the dealer or Panasonic.
  • Page 339 (H-FS12060/H-FSA14140), a lens mount rubber is used in the mount. – The lens mount rubber will leave scuff marks on the digital camera mount, but this does not impact performance. – To replace the lens mount rubber, contact Panasonic.
  • Page 340 12. Others Battery The battery is a rechargeable lithium ion battery. It is highly sensitive to temperature and humidity, and the effect on performance increases as the temperature rises or drops. Always remove the battery after use. • Place the removed battery in a plastic bag, and store or keep away from metallic objects (clips, etc.).
  • Page 341 • Information including personal information may be altered or vanish due to erroneous operation, effect of static electricity, accident, malfunction, repair, or other handlings. Please note in advance that Panasonic is not liable in any way for any direct or indirect damage from the alteration or vanishing of information or personal information.
  • Page 342: Shoulder Strap

    • Recorded data may be damaged or lost if the camera breaks down due to inappropriate handling. Panasonic will not be liable for any damage caused due to loss of recorded data. Tripods or unipods • Make sure the tripod is stable when the camera is attached to it.
  • Page 343 There is the risk that the camera violates the radio wave regulations if used in countries other than those where this camera is sold, and Panasonic takes no responsibility for any violations. There is the risk that data sent and received via radio waves may be intercepted ∫...
  • Page 344 • Dolby, Dolby Audio, and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. • HDAVI Control™ is a trademark of Panasonic Corporation. • Adobe is a trademark or registered trademark of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States and/or other countries.
  • Page 345 • The Bluetooth word mark and logos are registered trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Panasonic Corporation is under license. Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners. • The Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™ Logo is a certification mark of Wi-Fi Alliance ®...

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