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Panasonic Lumix DMC-G1 Operating Instructions Manual

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Before connecting, operating or adjusting this product,
please read the instructions completely.
For USA assistance, please call: 1-800-211-PANA(7262) or, contact us via the web at: http://www.panasonic.com/contactinfo
For Canadian assistance, please call: 1-800-99-LUMIX (1-800-995-8649) or
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Operating Instructions

send e-mail to: lumixconcierge@ca.panasonic.com
Digital Camera/Lens Kit
DMC-G1K
Model No.
VQT1U32

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  • Page 1: Operating Instructions

    Model No. Before connecting, operating or adjusting this product, please read the instructions completely. For USA assistance, please call: 1-800-211-PANA(7262) or, contact us via the web at: http://www.panasonic.com/contactinfo For Canadian assistance, please call: 1-800-99-LUMIX (1-800-995-8649) or send e-mail to: lumixconcierge@ca.panasonic.com...

  • Page 2: Information For Your Safety

    • HDMI, the HDMI Logo and the High-Definition Multimedia Interface are the registered trademarks or trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC. • VIERA Link™ is a trademark of Panasonic Corporation. • EZ Sync™ is a trademark of Panasonic Corporation. • HDAVI Control™ is a trademark of Panasonic Corporation.

  • Page 3

    Responsible party:Panasonic Corporation of North America One Panasonic Way, Secaucus, NJ 07094 Support Contact: Panasonic Consumer Electronics Company 1-800-211-PANA (7262) This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

  • Page 4

    Before Use -If you see this symbol- Information on Disposal in other Countries outside the European Union This symbol is only valid in the European Union. If you wish to discard this product, please contact your local authorities or dealer and ask for the correct method of disposal. ∫...

  • Page 5

    Before Use ∫ About the battery charger CAUTION! • DO NOT INSTALL OR PLACE THIS UNIT IN A BOOKCASE, BUILT-IN CABINET OR IN ANOTHER CONFINED SPACE. ENSURE THE UNIT IS WELL VENTILATED. TO PREVENT RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK OR FIRE HAZARD DUE TO OVERHEATING, ENSURE THAT CURTAINS AND ANY OTHER MATERIALS DO NOT OBSTRUCT THE VENTILATION VENTS.

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Contents • Preventing jitter (camera shake)....46 • Program shift .........47 Taking Pictures with the Zoom ....48 Before Use • Using the Optical Zoom/ Using the Extended Optical Zoom (EZ)/ Using the Digital Zoom......48 Information for Your Safety....... 2 Playing back Pictures ......49 Standard Accessories.......

  • Page 7

    • O [DPOF PRINT] ....... 113 • Aperture-priority AE ......84 • P [PROTECT] ........114 • Shutter-priority AE......... 84 • Q [RESIZE]........115 Taking picture by setting the exposure manually ..........85 • [TRIMMING] ......... 116 • ? [ASPECT CONV.] ......117 Confirm the effects of aperture and shutter speed (Preview mode)....

  • Page 8: Standard Accessories

    Digital Camera Accessory System (P159) • If any accessories are lost, customers in the USA should contact Panasonic’s parts department at 1 800 833-9626 and customers in Canada should contact 1 800 99-LUMIX (1-800-995-8649) for further information about obtaining replacement parts.

  • Page 9

    Before Use H-FS014045 VYC0981 VYF3201 VFC4315 VFC4357 DMW-BLB13PP DE-A49B K2CA2EA00002 K1HA08CD0021 K1HA08CD0019 VFC4355 VKF4385 VQT1U32...

  • Page 10: Names Of The Components

    Before Use Names of the Components ∫ Camera body Flash (P58) Sensor Self-timer indicator (P68) AF assist lamp (P107) Lens release button (P16) Lens lock pin Mount Lens fitting mark (P15) Front dial (P27, 42, 47, 50, 51, 63, 84, 85) There are 2 ways to operate the front dial, rotating left or right, and deciding by pressing.

  • Page 11

    Before Use In these operating instructions, the cursor buttons are described as shown in the figure below or described with 3/4/2/1. e.g.: When you press the 4 (down) button Press 4 MENU /SET 21 Focus mode dial (P40, 44, 69, 72) 22 Flash open lever (P58) 23 Drive mode lever Single (P44):...

  • Page 12

    Before Use 37 Battery door (P22) 38 Release lever (P22) 39 Tripod receptacle • When you use a tripod, make sure the tripod is stable when the camera is attached to it. ∫ Lens H-FS014045 (LUMIX G VARIO 14 –45 mm/F3.5– 5.6 ASPH./MEGA O.I.S.) 40 Tele 41 Lens surface 42 Focus ring (P72)

  • Page 13: Rotating The Lcd Monitor

    Before Use Rotating the LCD monitor At the time when this camera is purchased, the LCD monitor is stowed in the camera body. Bring out the LCD monitor as shown below. 1 Open the LCD monitor. (Maximum 180o) 2 It can be rotated 180o forwards. 3 Return the monitor to its original position.

  • Page 14: About The Lens

    4 Micro Four Thirds mount specification camera (DMC-G1) 5 Four Thirds mount specification camera ¢ It cannot be mounted on the Four Thirds mount specification camera. Refer to catalogs/Web pages for most current information regarding compatible lenses. http://panasonic.co.jp/pavc/global/cs (This Site is English only.) VQT1U32...

  • Page 15: Preparation

    Preparation Preparation Attaching/Detaching the Lens • Check that the camera is turned off. • Close the flash. Attaching a lens to the camera body Turn the lens rear cap A and the body cap B in the direction of the arrow to detach them.

  • Page 16: Attach The Lens Cap

    Preparation ∫ Optical image stabilizer Lens included in the DMC-G1K has a stabiliser function. The optical image stabilizer function is set for activation when the lens is attached to the camera body. Set the [O.I.S.] switch to [ON]. • You can change the optical image stabilizer mode to [MODE1], [MODE2] or [MODE3] using [STABILIZER] in the [REC] mode menu.

  • Page 17: Attaching The Strap

    Preparation Attaching the Strap • We recommend attaching the strap when using the camera to prevent it from dropping. Pass the strap through the strap eyelet on the camera body. Pass the end of the strap through the ring in the direction of the arrow and then pass it through the stopper.

  • Page 18: Attaching The Lens Hood

    Preparation Attaching the Lens Hood In bright sunlight or backlight, the lens hood will minimize lens flare and ghosting. The lens hood cuts off excess lighting and improves the picture quality. • Check that the camera is turned off. • Close the flash.

  • Page 19: Charging The Battery

    To ensure that safe products are used we would recommend that a genuine Panasonic battery pack is used. • Use the dedicated charger and battery.

  • Page 20: About The Battery (charging/number Of Recordable Pictures)

    ¢ Temperature: 23 oC (73.4 oF)/Humidity: 50% when LCD monitor is on. • • Using a Panasonic SD Memory Card (512 MB). • Using the supplied battery. • Use the 14 – 45 mm/F3.5 – 5.6 lens included in DMC-G1K.

  • Page 21

    Preparation The number of recordable pictures varies depending on the recording interval time. If the recording interval time becomes longer, the number of recordable pictures decreases. [e.g. When recording once every 2 minutes, the number of recordable pictures decreases to about 82.] When using the viewfinder Number of Approx.

  • Page 22: Inserting/removing The Battery

    Close the flash. Slide the release lever in the direction of the arrow (OPEN side) and then open the battery door. • Always use genuine Panasonic batteries (DMW-BLB13PP). • If you use other batteries, we cannot guarantee the quality of this product.

  • Page 23: Inserting/removing The Card (optional)

    Check that this unit is turned off. • Close the flash. • We recommend using a Panasonic card. Slide the card door to open it. Push it fully until it clicks being careful about the direction you insert it. To remove the card, push the card until it clicks, then pull the card out upright.

  • Page 24: About The Card

    You can only use cards with SDHC logo (indicating compliance with the SD standard) if using cards with 4 GB or more capacity. • Please confirm the latest information on the following website. http://panasonic.co.jp/pavc/global/cs (This Site is English only.) Note •...

  • Page 25: Setting Date/time (clock Set)

    Preparation Setting Date/Time (Clock Set) • The clock is not set when the camera is shipped. Turn the camera on. A [MENU/SET] button Press [MENU/SET]. MENU /SET Press 2/1 to select the items (year, month, day, hour, minute, display sequence or time display format), and press 3/4 to set.

  • Page 26: Setting The Menu

    Preparation Note • The clock is displayed when [DISPLAY] is pressed several times during recording. • You can set the year from 2000 to 2099. • If the date is not set in the camera it will not be printed correctly when you use a photo printing service, even if the store provides a date printing option for your photographs.

  • Page 27: Setting Menu Items

    Preparation Setting menu items This section describes how to select the [REC] mode menu settings, and the same setting can be used for the [CUSTOM MENU] menu, [SETUP] menu, [MY MENU] menu and [PLAYBACK] mode menu as well. • If you set [MENU RESUME] (P109) in the [CUSTOM MENU] menu to [ON], the screen shows the last selected menu item when the camera was turned off.

  • Page 28

    Preparation Press 3/4 or rotate the front dial to select [I.EXPOSURE]. Select the item at the very bottom, and press 4 or • rotate the front dial right to move to the second screen. Press 1 or the front dial. •...

  • Page 29: Setting The Quick Menu

    Preparation Setting the Quick Menu By using the quick menu, some of the menu settings can be easily found. • Some of the menu items cannot be set by the modes. Q.MENU Press [Q.MENU] to display the quick menu. Press 3/4/2/1 or rotate the front dial to select the menu item and the setting.

  • Page 30: About The Setup Menu

    Preparation Perform these settings if you need to. About the Setup Menu [CLOCK SET], [AUTO REVIEW] and [ECONOMY] are important items. Check their settings before using them. • In the Intelligent auto mode, only [CLOCK SET], [WORLD TIME], [BEEP] and [LANGUAGE] can be set.

  • Page 31

    Preparation When the Auto Review function is activated or when playing back, white saturated areas appear blinking in black and white. [HIGHLIGHT] [OFF]/[ON] • If there are any white saturated areas, we [ON] [OFF] recommend compensating the exposure towards negative (P63) referring to the histogram (P56) and then taking the picture again.

  • Page 32

    Preparation • The brightness of the pictures displayed on the LCD monitor is increased so some subjects may appear differently from actuality on the LCD monitor. However, this does not affect the recorded pictures. • The LCD monitor automatically returns to normal brightness after 30 seconds when recording in Power LCD mode.

  • Page 33

    Preparation Set the format for the HDMI output when playing back on the HDMI compatible high definition TV connected with this unit using the HDMI mini cable (optional). [AUTO]: The output resolution is automatically set based on the information from the connected TV. [HDMI MODE] [1080i]: The interlace method with 1080 available scan lines is used for...

  • Page 34

    If the card has been formatted on a PC or other equipment, format it on the camera again. • If the card cannot be formatted, consult your nearest Service Center. For Canadian assistance, please call: For USA assistance, please call: 1-800-99-LUMIX (1-800-995-8649) or 1-800-211-PANA(7262) or, contact us via the web at: send e-mail to: lumixconcierge@ca.panasonic.com http://www.panasonic.com/contactinfo VQT1U32...

  • Page 35: About Lcd Monitor/viewfinder

    Preparation About LCD monitor/Viewfinder LCD Monitor This is convenient as it allows you to take pictures from various angles by adjusting the LCD monitor. (P13) ∫ Taking pictures at a normal angle ∫ Taking pictures at a high angle ∫ Taking pictures at a low angle Open the LCD monitor 180o toward you, Open the LCD monitor 180o toward you, and adjust the angle.

  • Page 36: Direction Detection Function

    Preparation ∫ Taking pictures with the camera held vertically Open the LCD monitor and rotate it to an angle that makes it easy to see. • Do not cover the AF assist lamp (P10) with your fingers or other objects. Taking pictures at a normal angle Taking pictures at a high angle Taking pictures at a low angle...

  • Page 37: Switching The Lcd Monitor/viewfinder

    Preparation Switching the LCD monitor/Viewfinder ∫ About the eye sensor automatic switching Eye sensor is active when the [LVF/LCD AUTO] (P105) in the [CUSTOM MENU] menu is set to [ON], switching automatically to viewfinder display when an eye or object is moved closer to the viewfinder, and to LCD monitor display when it is moved away.

  • Page 38: Selecting The [rec] Mode

    Preparation Mode switching Selecting the [REC] Mode When the [REC] mode is selected, the camera can be set to the Intelligent auto mode in which the optimal settings are established in line with the subject to be recorded and the recording conditions, or to the scene mode which enables you to take pictures that match the scene being recorded.

  • Page 39

    Preparation ∫Advanced Aperture-priority AE mode (P84) The shutter speed is automatically determined by the aperture value you set. Shutter-priority AE mode (P84) The aperture value is automatically determined by the shutter speed you set. Manual exposure mode (P85) The exposure is adjusted by the aperture value and the shutter speed which are manually adjusted.

  • Page 40: Taking Pictures Using The Automatic Function (intelligent Auto Mode)

    Basic ñ [REC] mode: Basic Taking pictures using the automatic function ñ : Intelligent Auto Mode) The camera will set the most appropriate settings to match the subject and the recording conditions so we recommend this mode for beginners or those who want to leave the settings to the camera and take pictures easily.

  • Page 41: Scene Detection

    Basic Press the shutter button halfway to focus. • The focus indication 1 (green) lights when the subject is focused. • The AF area 2 is displayed around the subject’s face by the face detection function. In other cases, it is displayed at the point on the subject which is in focus.

  • Page 42: Af Tracking Function

    Basic Note • Due to conditions such as the ones below, a different scene may be identified for the same subject. – Subject conditions: When the face is bright or dark, The size of the subject, The distance to the subject, The contrast of the subject, When the subject is moving –...

  • Page 43: Settings In Intelligent Auto Mode

    Basic Settings in Intelligent auto mode • Only the following functions can be set in this mode. [REC] mode menu ¢ – [QUALITY] [STABILIZER] (P100) [ASPECT RATIO] (P98)/[PICTURE SIZE] (P98)/ (P99)/ ¢ Only [MODE1] or [MODE2] can be set. [CUSTOM MENU] menu –...

  • Page 44: Taking Pictures With Your Favorite Settings (program Ae Mode)

    Basic ³ [REC] mode: Taking pictures with your favorite settings : Program AE mode) Many more menu items can be set and you can take pictures with greater freedom than when you take pictures in the Intelligent auto mode (P40). •...

  • Page 45: Fix The Focus By Pressing The Shutter Button Halfway (afs)

    Basic Fix the focus by pressing the shutter button halfway (AFS) Set the focus mode dial to [AFS]. • “AFS” is an abbreviation of “Auto Focus Single”. The focus is fixed when you press the shutter button halfway. • Normally use the [AFS]. •...

  • Page 46: Focusing

    Basic Focusing Align the subject to the screen, and then press the shutter button halfway. When the subject is When the subject Focus focused is not focused Focus indication Blinks AF area Green — Sound Beeps 2 times — A Focus indication B AF area (normal) C AF area (when using the digital zoom or when it is dark) ¢...

  • Page 47: Program Shift

    Basic Program shift In Program AE mode, you can change the preset aperture value and shutter speed without changing the exposure. This is called Program shift. You can make the background more blurred by decreasing the aperture value or record a moving subject more dynamically by slowing the shutter speed when taking a picture in Program AE mode.

  • Page 48: Taking Pictures With The Zoom

    Basic [REC] mode: Taking Pictures with the Zoom Using the Optical Zoom/Using the Extended Optical Zoom (EZ)/Using the Digital Zoom You can zoom-in to make people and objects appear closer or zoom-out to record landscapes in wide angle. To make subjects appear closer use (Tele) Rotate the zoom ring towards Tele.

  • Page 49: Playing Back Pictures

    Basic Playing back Pictures Press [(]. A [(] button Press 2/1 to select the picture. 2: Play back the previous picture 1: Play back the next picture • Speed of picture forwarding/rewinding changes depending on the playback status. If you press and hold 2/1, you can play back the pictures in succession. •...

  • Page 50: Changing The Information Displayed On The Playback Screen

    Basic Changing the Information Displayed on the playback screen Press [DISPLAY] to switch the monitor screen. A [DISPLAY] button • The [DISPLAY] button is not activated when the menu screen is displayed. You can only select Normal display or No display in playback zoom (P51) and during a slide show (P110).

  • Page 51: Displaying Pictures By Recording Date (calendar Playback)

    Basic Displaying Pictures by Recording Date (Calendar Playback) You can display pictures by recording date. Rotate the front dial left to display the calendar screen. Press 3/4/2/1 to select the date to be played back. 3/4: Select the month 2/1: Select the date •...

  • Page 52: Deleting Pictures

    Basic ∫ Switching the displayed image while maintaining the playback zoom You can switch the displayed image while maintaining the same zoom magnification and zoom position for the playback zoom. Switch to picture select operation by pressing the front dial during playback zoom, and select pictures with 2/1.

  • Page 53: To Delete Multiple Pictures (up To 50) Or All The Pictures

    Basic To delete multiple pictures (up to 50) or all the pictures Press [‚]. Press 3/4 to select [DELETE MULTI] or [DELETE ALL] and then press [MENU/SET]. [DELETE ALL] > step • Press 3/4/2/1 to select the picture, and then press [DISPLAY] to set. (Repeat this step.) •...

  • Page 54: Advanced (recording Pictures)

    Advanced (Recording pictures) Advanced (Recording pictures) Switching the display of the LCD Monitor/ Viewfinder Switching the displayed information Press [DISPLAY] to change. • When the menu screen appears, the [DISPLAY] button is not activated. LCD monitor display With the [LCD DISP.STYLE] (P105) of the [CUSTOM MENU] menu, you can choose the displayed screen on the LCD monitor to display in [ ] (LCD monitor style) or [ (viewfinder style).

  • Page 55

    Advanced (Recording pictures) Viewfinder display With the [LVF DISP.STYLE] (P105) of the [CUSTOM MENU] menu, you can choose the displayed screen on the viewfinder to display in [ ] (viewfinder style) or [ ] (LCD monitor style). When [ ] is set ¢1 A Normal display B Normal displayidetailed...

  • Page 56

    Advanced (Recording pictures) ∫ Set the position of the guide line with [ • Set the [GUIDE LINE] in the [CUSTOM MENU] menu to [ ]. (P106) Press [Q.MENU] to display the quick menu. (P29) Press 2/1 to select guide line, and then press [MENU/ SET].

  • Page 57

    Advanced (Recording pictures) ∫ Set the position of the histogram • Set the [HISTOGRAM] in the [CUSTOM MENU] menu to [ON]. (P105) Press [Q.MENU] to display the quick menu. (P29) Press 2/1 to select histogram, and then press [MENU/ SET]. •...

  • Page 58: Taking Pictures Using The Built-in Flash

    Advanced (Recording pictures) [REC] mode: Taking Pictures using the Built-in Flash A To open the flash Slide the flash open lever. B To close the flash Press the flash until it clicks. • Be sure to close the flash when not in use. •...

  • Page 59

    Advanced (Recording pictures) If you take a picture with a dark background landscape, this feature will slow the shutter speed when the flash is activated so that the dark background landscape will become bright. Simultaneously it reduces the Slow sync./Red-eye red-eye phenomenon.

  • Page 60

    Advanced (Recording pictures) • The flash setting may change if the recording mode is changed. Set the flash setting again if necessary. • The flash setting is memorized even if the camera is turned off. However, the advanced scene mode or the scene mode flash setting is reset to the initial setting when the advanced scene mode or the scene mode is changed.

  • Page 61: Adjust The Flash Output

    Advanced (Recording pictures) Note • Do not bring the flash too close to objects or close the flash while it is activated. The objects may be discolored by its heat or lighting. • Do not close the flash soon after the flash is activated prior to taking pictures due to AUTO/ Red-eye reduction etc.

  • Page 62: Setting To The 2nd Curtain Synchro

    Advanced (Recording pictures) Setting to the 2nd Curtain Synchro Applicable modes: 2nd curtain synchro activates the flash just before the shutter closes when taking pictures of moving objects such as cars using a slow shutter speed. Select [FLASH SYNCHRO] in the [REC] mode menu.

  • Page 63: Compensating The Exposure

    Advanced (Recording pictures) [REC] mode: Compensating the Exposure Use this function when you cannot achieve appropriate exposure due to the difference in brightness between the subject and the background. Look at the following examples. Properly Under exposed Overexposed exposed Compensate the exposure Compensate the exposure towards positive.

  • Page 64: Taking Pictures Using Burst Mode

    Advanced (Recording pictures) [REC] mode: Taking Pictures using Burst Mode Pictures are taken continuously while the shutter button is pressed. Select the ones you really like from among the pictures you have taken. Set the drive mode lever to [ Focus on the subject and take a picture.

  • Page 65

    Advanced (Recording pictures) ∫ Focusing in burst mode The focus changes depending on the setting for [FOCUS PRIORITY] (P107) in the [CUSTOM MENU] menu and the focus mode setting. Focus mode Focus Priority Focus At the first picture ¢2 Normal focusing ¢1 ¢3 Predicted focusing...

  • Page 66: Taking Pictures Using Auto Bracket

    Advanced (Recording pictures) [REC] mode: Taking Pictures using Auto Bracket Maximum of 7 pictures will be recorded with different exposure settings following the exposure compensation range every time the shutter button is pressed. You can select the picture with the desired exposure among different exposures. With auto bracket [STEP]: [3•1/3], [SEQUENCE]: [0/s/r] 1st picture...

  • Page 67

    Advanced (Recording pictures) Press 3/4 to select the setting and then press [MENU/SET]. Settings Settings Item Item [3•1/3] (3 pictures) [0/`/_] [SEQUENCE] [3•2/3] (3 pictures) [`/0/_] [5•1/3] (5 pictures) [STEP] [5•2/3] (5 pictures) [7•1/3] (7 pictures) [7•2/3] (7 pictures) Press [MENU/SET] twice to close the menu. •...

  • Page 68: Taking Pictures With The Self-timer

    Advanced (Recording pictures) [REC] mode: Taking Pictures with the Self-timer Set the drive mode lever to [ë]. Press the shutter button halfway to focus and then press it fully to take the picture. A When self-timer is set to [ •...

  • Page 69: Setting The Method Used To Focus (af Mode)

    Advanced (Recording pictures) [REC] mode: Setting the method used to focus (AF mode) This allows the focusing method that suits the positions and number of the subjects to be selected. Select the mode that matches the recording conditions and the composition. Set the focus mode dial to [AFS] or [AFC].

  • Page 70: Setting Up [ ] (af Tracking)

    Advanced (Recording pictures) ∫ About [š] When the camera detects a person’s face, the following color AF area is displayed. Yellow: When the shutter button is pressed halfway, the frame turns green when the camera is focused. White: Displayed when more than one face is detected. Other faces that are the same distance away as faces within the yellow AF areas are also focused.

  • Page 71: Setting The Af Area

    Advanced (Recording pictures) – When the subject is moving too fast – When the background has the same or similar color to the subject. – When jitter is occurring – When zoom is operated • The AF tracking function does not work while using the digital zoom. Setting the AF area AF area can be moved when [Ø] is selected.

  • Page 72: Taking Pictures With Manual Focus

    Advanced (Recording pictures) [REC] mode: Taking Pictures with Manual Focus 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 auto focus. Set the focus mode dial to [MF].

  • Page 73

    Advanced (Recording pictures) ∫ About the focus distance reference mark The focus distance reference mark is a mark used to measure the focus distance. Use this when taking pictures with manual focus or taking close-up pictures. A Focus distance reference mark B Focus distance reference line C 0.3 m (0.99 feet) (When 14 –...

  • Page 74: Fixing The Focus And The Exposure (af/ae Lock)

    Advanced (Recording pictures) [REC] mode: Fixing the Focus and the Exposure (AF/AE Lock) This is useful when you want to take a picture of a subject outside the AF area or the contrast is too strong and you cannot achieve appropriate exposure. ∫...

  • Page 75

    Advanced (Recording pictures) Note • If you set [AF/AE LOCK HOLD] in the [CUSTOM MENU] menu to [ON], you can fix the focus and the exposure even if you release the [AF/AE LOCK] button after pressing it. (P106) • AE Lock only is effective when taking pictures with manual focus. •...

  • Page 76: Adjusting The White Balance

    Advanced (Recording pictures) [REC] mode: Adjusting the White Balance In sunlight, under incandescent lights or in other such conditions where the color of white takes on a reddish or bluish tinge, this item adjusts to the color of white which is closest to what is seen by the eye in accordance with the light source.

  • Page 77: Setting The White Balance Manually

    Advanced (Recording pictures) Note • The optimal white balance will differ depending on the type of halogen lighting being recorded under so use [AWB], [ ] or [ • The white balance might not be adjusted for the subject where the flash does not reach when the flash is used.

  • Page 78: White Balance Bracket

    Advanced (Recording pictures) Select the white balance and then press 4. Press 3/4/2/1 to adjust the white balance and then press [MENU/SET]. A (AMBER: ORANGE) B (BLUE: BLUISH) (GREEN: GREENISH) (MAGENTA: REDDISH) Note • If you finely adjust the white balance to A (amber), the white balance icon on the LCD monitor/ Viewfinder will change to orange.

  • Page 79: Setting The Light Sensitivity

    Advanced (Recording pictures) [REC] mode: Setting the Light Sensitivity This allows the sensitivity to light (ISO sensitivity) to be set. Setting to a higher figure enables pictures to be taken even in dark places without the resulting pictures coming out dark.

  • Page 80

    Advanced (Recording pictures) Note • The higher the value set for the ISO sensitivity, the more the jitter is reduced but the greater the amount of picture noise. • Refer to P60 for the flash range. • Depending on the brightness and how fast the subject is moving, jitter may not be avoided even if [ ] is selected.

  • Page 81: Change Tone Of The Color For The Picture To Be Taken (film Mode)

    Advanced (Recording pictures) [REC] mode: Change tone of the color for the picture to be taken (Film mode) [You can only select [STANDARD] and [STANDARD] ( ) in [ ], [¿], [ ], [ ], [ ] and [ ] mode.] Every type of film for film cameras has its own color tone and contrast characteristics.

  • Page 82: Adjusting Each Film Mode To The Desired Setting

    Advanced (Recording pictures) Note • In film mode, the camera may do something equivalent to pull processing or push processing to create a picture with particular characteristics. The shutter speed may become very slow at this time. Adjusting each film mode to the desired setting •...

  • Page 83: Multi Film Bracket

    Advanced (Recording pictures) Multi film bracket It will take pictures changing the type of film in accordance with the setting every time the shutter button is pressed. (Up to 3 pictures) • You can also set from the quick menu. (P29) Press 2/1 to select [MULTI FILM].

  • Page 84: Taking Pictures By Specifying The Aperture/shutter Speed

    Advanced (Recording pictures) ±´ [REC] mode: Taking pictures by specifying the aperture/ shutter speed ] Aperture-priority AE Set the aperture value to a higher number when you want a sharp focus background. Set the aperture value to a lower number when you want a soft focus background. Set the mode dial to [ Rotate the front dial to set the aperture value.

  • Page 85: Taking Picture By Setting The Exposure Manually

    Advanced (Recording pictures) • When the flash is activated, the shutter speed cannot be set to faster than 1/160th of a second in Shutter-priority AE mode. (P60) • If you press the shutter button fully when the shutter speed is slow, the shutter speed on the screen counts down in Shutter-priority AE mode.

  • Page 86

    Advanced (Recording pictures) • If you set the shutter speed to [B], [B] is displayed on the screen. • When you take pictures with the shutter speed set to [B], use a sufficiently charged battery. (P20) • We recommend using a tripod or the remote shutter (DMW-RSL1; optional) when you take pictures with the shutter speed set to [B].

  • Page 87: Confirm The Effects Of Aperture And Shutter Speed (preview Mode)

    Advanced (Recording pictures) [REC] mode: Confirm the effects of aperture and shutter speed (Preview mode) Confirm the effects of aperture You can check the depth of field (effective focus range) before taking a picture by closing the leaf shutter to the aperture value you set. ] A (preview button).

  • Page 88: Taking Expressive Portraits And Landscape Pictures (advanced Scene Mode)

    Advanced (Recording pictures) [REC] mode: Taking expressive portraits and landscape pictures (Advanced scene mode) You can take high-quality pictures of such subjects as people, scenery, sporting events and activities, flowers and people in night scenes in accordance with the surrounding conditions.

  • Page 89: [portrait]

    Advanced (Recording pictures) [PORTRAIT] The person stands out from the background and has a healthier complexion. [NORMAL PORTRAIT] Shades the background and photographs skin color beautifully. [SOFT SKIN] Makes the skin surface appear especially smooth. • When [SOFT SKIN] is selected, if a part of the background etc. is a color close to skin color, this part is also smoothed.

  • Page 90: [sports]

    Advanced (Recording pictures) [SPORTS] Set here when you want to take pictures of sports scenes or other fast-moving events. [NORMAL SPORTS] Controls the ISO sensitivity while stopping movement with a high shutter speed. [OUTDOOR SPORTS] Fast shutter speed for stopping movement when taking photographs outdoors in good weather. [INDOOR SPORTS] Increases the ISO sensitivity and increases the shutter speed to prevent blurring for indoor photography.

  • Page 91: [night Portrait]

    Advanced (Recording pictures) [NIGHT PORTRAIT] This allows you to take pictures of a person and the background with near real-life brightness. [NIGHT PORTRAIT] Uses when taking photographs of people with night scenery as a background. • Open the flash. (You can set to [ •...

  • Page 92: Taking Pictures That Match The Scene Being Recorded (scene Mode)

    Advanced (Recording pictures) ¿ [REC] mode: Taking pictures that match the scene being recorded : Scene mode) When you select a scene mode to match the subject and recording situation, the camera sets the optimal exposure and hue to obtain the desired picture. Set the mode dial to [ Press 2/1 to select the scene mode.

  • Page 93: Party]

    Advanced (Recording pictures) 2 [PARTY] Select this when you want to take pictures at a wedding reception, an indoor party etc. This allows you to take pictures of people and the background with near real-life brightness. ∫ Technique for Party mode •...

  • Page 94: í [pet]

    Advanced (Recording pictures) í [PET] Select this when you want to take pictures of a pet such as a dog or a cat. You can set the birthday of your pet. You can then display the age when playing back the pictures.

  • Page 95: Taking Pictures While Adjusting Color (my Color Mode)

    Advanced (Recording pictures) [REC] mode: Taking pictures while adjusting color : My color mode) Easily confirm the subject on the LCD monitor or viewfinder (Live View) and adjust the color, brightness, or saturation before taking a picture. Set the mode dial to [ Press 3/4 to select an item and press 2/1 to adjust the item.

  • Page 96: Registering Personal Menu Settings (registering Custom Settings)

    Advanced (Recording pictures) [REC] mode: Registering Personal Menu Settings (Registering custom settings) It is possible to register up to 3 sets of current camera settings as custom sets. • Set to the mode dial to the desired mode and select the desired menu settings in advance. Select [CUST.

  • Page 97: Taking Pictures In Custom Mode

    Advanced (Recording pictures) [REC] mode: Taking pictures in Custom mode You can select one of your own custom settings saved with [CUST. SET MEM.] to suit the picture-taking conditions. Initial setting of the Program AE mode is registered as the custom settings initially. Set the mode dial to [ A Display custom settings Press [MENU/SET] to display the menu.

  • Page 98: Using The [rec] Mode Menu

    Advanced (Recording pictures) Advanced (Recording pictures) Using the [REC] Mode Menu ? [ASPECT RATIO] For details on [REC] mode menu settings, refer to P27. This allows you to select the aspect ratio of the pictures to suit printing or the playback method.

  • Page 99: A [quality]

    Advanced (Recording pictures) ∫ When the aspect ratio is [W]. 4000k2248 pixels (9 million pixels) 2816k1584 pixels (4.5 million pixels) 1920k1080 pixels (2.1 million pixels) Note • If you set [EX. OPT. ZOOM] (P102) to [ON], [ ] is displayed on the screen when the picture size is set to a size other than the maximum picture size for each aspect ratio.

  • Page 100: C [metering Mode]

    Advanced (Recording pictures) C [METERING MODE] For details on [REC] mode menu settings, refer to P27. Type of optical measurement to measure brightness can be changed. Applicable modes: [C]: Multiple This is the method in which the camera measures the most suitable exposure by judging the allocation of brightness on the whole screen automatically.

  • Page 101: [flash]

    Advanced (Recording pictures) • Be careful of camera jitter when you press the shutter button. • The panning effect in [MODE3] is more difficult to achieve in the following cases. – In brightly lit places such as in broad daylight on a summer’s day –...

  • Page 102: [flash Adjust.]

    Advanced (Recording pictures) [FLASH ADJUST.] For details on [REC] mode menu settings, refer to P27. You can adjust the flash output. Applicable modes: [s2 EV]/[s1 2/3 EV]/[s1 1/3 EV]/[s1 EV]/[s2/3 EV]/[s1/3 EV]/[0 EV]/[r1/3 EV]/ [r2/3 EV]/[r1 EV]/[r1 1/3 EV]/[r1 2/3 EV]/[r2 EV] Note •...

  • Page 103: [burst Rate]

    Advanced (Recording pictures) [BURST RATE] For details on [REC] mode menu settings, refer to P27. You can set the burst speed. Applicable modes: [H]/[L] Note • Refer to P64 for details. [AUTO BRACKET] For details on [REC] mode menu settings, refer to P27. You can set the compensation range of the exposure and the bracket order.

  • Page 104: [long Shtr Nr]

    Advanced (Recording pictures) Note • Depending on the color space setting, the file name of the recorded picture changes as shown. P1000001.JPG P: sRGB _: AdobeRGB • Set to sRGB if you are not very familiar with AdobeRGB. [LONG SHTR NR] For details on [REC] mode menu settings, refer to P27.

  • Page 105: Using The [custom Menu]

    Advanced (Recording pictures) Perform these settings if you need to. Using the [CUSTOM MENU] For details on how to select the [CUSTOM MENU] menu settings, refer to P27. Up to 3 current camera settings can be registered as custom [CUST. SET MEM.] settings.

  • Page 106

    Advanced (Recording pictures) This will set the pattern of guide lines displayed when taking a picture. (P55) [OFF]/[ [GUIDE LINE] Position of the guide line can be set. Refer to P56 on how to set. This will set what will be fixed by the [AF/AE LOCK] button when taking a picture with fixed focus or exposure.

  • Page 107

    Advanced (Recording pictures) About [ ] and [ ] will adjust the focus automatically when the jitter of the camera gets small. [ ] will adjust the focus at all times (continuous AF operation). The camera will adjust the focus automatically, and the focus adjustment when the shutter button is pressed becomes faster.

  • Page 108

    Advanced (Recording pictures) It is possible to adjust focus manually after it was adjusted automatically. [OFF] [AF+MF] [ON]: It is possible to fine adjust the focus manually by rotating the focus ring while AF lock (focus mode is set to [AFS] and shutter button is half-way pressed, or AF lock with [AF/AE LOCK]).

  • Page 109

    Advanced (Recording pictures) Sets if the operation switch guide when the mode dial is switched is to be displayed or not. [DIAL GUIDE] [OFF]/[ON] • It will display dial operation guide to the screen that is possible to perform exposure compensation, Program shift, aperture setting, or shutter speed setting when set to [ON].

  • Page 110: Advanced (playback)

    Advanced (Playback) Advanced (Playback) Using the [PLAYBACK] mode menu You can use various functions in playback mode to rotate pictures, set protection for them etc. • With [RESIZE], [TRIMMING] or [ASPECT CONV.], a new edited picture is created. A new picture cannot be created if there is no free space on the card so we recommend checking that there is free space and then editing the picture.

  • Page 111: Ü [favorite]

    Advanced (Playback) Ü [FAVORITE] You can do the following if a mark has been added to pictures and they have been set as favorites. • Play back the pictures set as favorites only as a slide show. • Delete all the pictures not set as favorites. ([ALL DELETE EXCEPTÜ]) Select [FAVORITE] on the [PLAYBACK] mode menu.

  • Page 112: N [rotate]/m [rotate Disp.]

    Advanced (Playback) N [ROTATE]/M [ROTATE DISP.] This mode allows you to automatically display pictures vertically if they were recorded holding the camera vertically or rotate pictures manually in 90o steps. Rotate (The picture is rotated manually) Select [ROTATE] on the [PLAYBACK] mode menu. (P27) •...

  • Page 113: O [dpof Print]

    DPOF compatible photo printer or photo printing store. For details, ask at your photo printing store. For more information visit: http://panasonic.jp/dc/dpof_110/white_e.htm Select [DPOF PRINT] on the [PLAYBACK] mode menu. (P27) Press 3/4 to select [SINGLE] or [MULTI] and then press [MENU/SET].

  • Page 114: P [protect]

    Advanced (Playback) Note • The number of prints can be set from 0 to 999. • With a printer supporting PictBridge, the date print settings of the printer may take precedence so check if this is the case. • It may not be possible to use the DPOF print settings with other equipment. In this case, cancel all the settings, and reset the settings.

  • Page 115: Q [resize]

    Advanced (Playback) Q [RESIZE] Reducing the picture size (number of pixels) You can reduce the size of a recorded picture. (Pictures set to the minimum number of pixels for [ASPECT RATIO] cannot be further reduced in size.) Select [RESIZE] on the [PLAYBACK] mode menu. (P27) Press 2/1 to select the picture, and then press [MENU/SET].

  • Page 116: [trimming]

    Advanced (Playback) [TRIMMING] You can enlarge and then clip the important part of the recorded picture. Select [TRIMMING] on the [PLAYBACK] mode menu. (P27) Press 2/1 to select the picture, and then press [MENU/SET]. Reduction Enlargement Use the front dial and press 3/4/2/1 to select the parts to be trimmed.

  • Page 117: [aspect Conv.]

    Advanced (Playback) ? [ASPECT CONV.] You can convert pictures taken with a [W] aspect ratio to a [Y] or a [X] aspect ratio. Select [ASPECT CONV.] on the [PLAYBACK] mode menu. (P27) Press 3/4 to select [Y] or [X] and then press [MENU/SET].

  • Page 118: Connecting To Other Equipment

    Connecting to other equipment Connecting to other equipment Connecting to a PC You can acquire recorded pictures to a PC by connecting the camera and the PC. • You can easily print out or mail the pictures you have imported. Use of the “...

  • Page 119

    Connecting to other equipment USB MODE Press 3/4 to select [PC], and then press [MENU/ PLEASE SELECT SET]. THE USB MODE • If [USB MODE] (P34) is set to [PC] in the [SETUP] menu in PictBridge(PTP) advance, the camera will be automatically connected to the PC MENU SELECT without displaying the [USB MODE] selection screen.

  • Page 120: Printing The Pictures

    Connecting to other equipment A new folder is created when pictures are taken in the following situations. • After [NO.RESET] (P32) in the [SETUP] menu has been executed • When a card containing a folder with the same folder number has been inserted (Such as when pictures were taken using another make of camera) •...

  • Page 121: Single Picture

    Connecting to other equipment USB MODE Press 3/4 to select [PictBridge(PTP)], and then PLEASE SELECT press [MENU/SET]. THE USB MODE PictBridge(PTP) MENU SELECT Note • Do not use any other USB connection cables except the supplied one. Use of cables other than the supplied USB connection cable may cause malfunction.

  • Page 122

    Connecting to other equipment [PRINT WITH DATE] Item Description of settings [OFF] Date is not printed. [ON] Date is printed. • If the printer does not support date printing, the date cannot be printed on the picture. • Since the printer’s settings may take precedence over the print with date setting, check the printer’s print with date setting as well.

  • Page 123: Dpof Picture

    Connecting to other equipment [PAGE LAYOUT] (Layouts for printing that can be set with this unit) Item Description of settings Settings on the printer are prioritized. á 1 picture with no frame on 1 page â 1 picture with a frame on 1 page ã...

  • Page 124: Playing Back Pictures On A Tv Screen

    Connecting to other equipment Playing Back Pictures on a TV Screen Playing back pictures using the Video cable (supplied) Preparations: Set the [TV ASPECT]. (P32) Turn this unit and the TV off. 1 Yellow: to the video input socket A Align the marks, and insert. B Video cable (supplied) •...

  • Page 125: Playing Back On The Tv With Hdmi Socket

    HDMI compatible high definition TV and then play back the recorded high definition images, you can enjoy them in high resolution. If you connect this unit to a Panasonic TV compatible with VIERA Link, linked operations (VIERA Link) are possible. (P126) Preparations: Check the [HDMI MODE].

  • Page 126

    • VIERA Link™ is a new name for EZ Sync™. • 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 a HDMI mini cable (optional) for automatic linked operations.

  • Page 127

    Available linked operations between this unit and a Panasonic TV is different depending on the types of Panasonic TVs even if they are compatible with VIERA Link. Refer to the operating instructions of the TV for the operations that support on the TV.

  • Page 128: Using The External Flash (optional)

    Others Others Using the External Flash (optional) After attaching the external flash, the effective range will be increased when compared to the camera’s built in flash. Preparations: Turn off the camera and close the built-in flash. ∫ Using the dedicated flash (DMW-FL360; optional) Attach the dedicated flash to the hot shoe A and then turn on the camera and the dedicated flash.

  • Page 129

    Others • When attaching the external flash, the built-in flash cannot be activated. • Do not open the built-in flash when an external flash is attached. • The camera will become unstable when attaching the external flash, it is recommended to use a tripod when taking picture.

  • Page 130: Using The Protector/filter (optional)

    Others Using the Protector/Filter (optional) The MC protector (DMW-LMC52; optional) is a transparent filter which affects neither the colors nor the amount of light, so it can always be used to protect the camera’s lens. The ND filter (DMW-LND52; optional) reduces the amount of light to approximately 1/8th (equal to adjusting the aperture value 3 increments) without affecting the color balance.

  • Page 131: Using The Remote Shutter (optional)

    Others Using the Remote Shutter (optional) If you use the remote shutter (DMW-RSL1; optional), you can avoid jitter (camera shake) when using a tripod and you can keep the shutter pressed fully when taking pictures with [B] (Bulb) or burst mode. The remote shutter works similar to the shutter button on the camera.

  • Page 132: Using The Ac Adaptor

    Others Using the AC Adaptor You can use the camera without worrying about battery discharge when it is connected to a PC or a printer if you use the DC cable (DMW-DCC3; optional) to connect the camera to the battery charger/AC adaptor (supplied) and connect the AC cable. •...

  • Page 133: Recording Dates/times At Overseas Travel Destinations (world Time)

    Others [REC] mode: Recording Dates/Times at Overseas Travel Destinations (World Time) For details on the [SETUP] menu settings, refer to P27. You can display the local times at the travel destinations and record them on the pictures you take. • Select [CLOCK SET] to set the current date and time in advance.

  • Page 134: Screen Display

    Others Note • Return the setting to [HOME] when the vacation is finished by performing steps • If [HOME] is already set, change only the travel destination, and use. • If you cannot find the travel destination in the areas displayed on the screen, set by the time difference from the home area.

  • Page 135

    Others ∫ In recording (after settings) 23 Flash output adjustment (P61) ] (LCD monitor style) 24 2nd curtain synchro (P62) 25 Extended optical zoom (P48, 102) 26 Histogram (P56) A A A 27 AF tracking operation (P42, 70) 2nd nd 28 White balance bracket (P78) 29 White balance fine adjustment (P77) 30 My color mode (P95)

  • Page 136

    Others ∫ In playback Playback mode (P49) 6 7 8 Film mode (P81) Protected picture (P114) Number of DPOF prints (P113) Picture size (P98) Quality (P99) LCD mode (P31) Battery indication (P20) Picture number/Total pictures 10 Cable disconnection warning icon (P120) F4.0 F4.0 F4.0...

  • Page 137: Cautions For Use

    Others Cautions for Use Optimal use of the camera Take care not to drop or knock the unit or put a lot of pressure on it. • Take care not to knock or drop the bag/case that you inserted the camera in as the shock may cause damage to the camera, lens or LCD monitor.

  • Page 138

    Others Cleaning Before cleaning the camera, remove the battery or disconnect the power plug from the outlet. Then wipe the camera with a dry soft cloth. • When the camera is soiled badly, it can be cleaned by wiping the dirt off with a wrung wet cloth, and then with a dry cloth.

  • Page 139

    Others About the Lens • Do not press the lens with excessive force. • Do not leave the camera with the lens facing the sun as rays of light from the sun may cause it to malfunction. Also, be careful when placing the camera outside or near a window. •...

  • Page 140

    About the picture data • Recorded data may be damaged or lost if the camera breaks down due to inappropriate handling. Panasonic will not be liable for any damage suffered due to loss of recorded data. About tripods • When you use a tripod, make sure the tripod is stable when this unit is attached to it.

  • Page 141: Message Display

    Others Message Display Confirmation messages or error messages will be displayed on the screen in some cases. The major messages are described below as examples. [THIS MEMORY CARD IS LOCKED] > The Write-Protect switch on the SD Memory Card and the SDHC Memory Card are moved to [LOCK].

  • Page 142

    Others [READ ERROR/WRITE ERROR PLEASE CHECK THE CARD] • An error has occurred reading or writing the data. > Turn the camera off and remove the card. Insert the card again and turn the camera on. Make sure the camera is turned off before removing or inserting the card to avoid damage.

  • Page 143: Functions That Cannot Be Set Or Will Not

    Others Functions that cannot be set or will not work under some conditions Due to the camera’s specifications, it may not be possible to set some of the functions or some functions may not work in some of the conditions under which the camera is used. The table below lists these functions and the corresponding conditions.

  • Page 144

    Others • [AF MODE] (P69) When using the digital zoom • AF tracking (P70) When set to [STANDARD] ( ), [DYNAMIC] ( ) or [SMOOTH] ( ) in film mode • When using the digital zoom • When using the digital zoom [MF ASSIST] (P72, 108) •...

  • Page 145

    Others • [I.EXPOSURE] (P102) Advanced scene mode • Û mode • [ISO LIMIT SET] (P104) º mode • Advanced scene mode • Û mode • mode [PRE AF] (P106) • mode • Preview mode • When non-compatible lenses are used [DIRECT AF AREA] •...

  • Page 146: Troubleshooting

    Others Troubleshooting First, try out the following procedures (P146–152). If the problem is not resolved, it may be improved by selecting [RESET] (P32) on the [SETUP] menu. Battery and power source The camera cannot be operated even when it is turned on. •...

  • Page 147

    Others Recording The picture cannot be recorded. The shutter does not activate. • Is the mode dial correctly set? • Is the card inserted? • Is there any memory remaining on the card? > Delete the pictures which are not necessary to increase the available memory. (P52) •...

  • Page 148

    Others The recorded picture looks rough. Noise appears on the picture. • Is the ISO sensitivity high or the shutter speed slow? > Decrease the ISO sensitivity. (P79) > Increase the setting for [NOISE RED.] in [FILM MODE] or lower the setting for each of the items other than [NOISE RED.].

  • Page 149

    Others LCD monitor/Viewfinder The LCD monitor turns off although the camera is turned on. • The LCD monitor turns off when [AUTO LCD OFF] (P31) is selected for the [ECONOMY] mode. [This does not happen when using the AC adaptor (P132).] If the remaining battery power is low, it may take longer for the flash to be charged, and the time during which the LCD monitor is turned off may become longer.

  • Page 150

    Others Playback The picture being played back is not rotated, or is rotated in an unexpected direction, when displayed. • You can display the pictures without being rotated when [ROTATE DISP.] (P112) is set to [OFF]. • You can rotate pictures with the [ROTATE] function. (P112) •...

  • Page 151

    Others TV, PC and printer The picture does not appear on the television. • Is the camera connected to the TV correctly? > Set the TV input to external input mode. • Output from the [HDMI] socket is not possible when it is connected to the PC or the printer. >...

  • Page 152

    Others Others There is a sound from lens unit. • It is a sound of lens movement or aperture operation when the power is turned [ON] or [OFF], and it is not a malfunction. • You may hear a sound from the lens and image in the LCD monitor may suddenly change when the brightness has changed by zoom operation or moving the camera, but there is no effect on recording.

  • Page 153: Number Of Recordable Pictures

    Others Others Number of recordable pictures • The number of recordable pictures is an approximation. (These vary depending on the recording conditions and the type of card.) • The number of recordable pictures depends on the subjects. Aspect ratio : 4000k3000 pixels : 2816k2112 pixels Picture size (12 million pixels)

  • Page 154

    Others Aspect ratio : 2816k1880 pixels : 2048k1360 pixels Picture size (5.3 million pixels) (2.8 million pixels) › › Quality 32 MB 64 MB 128 MB 256 MB 512 MB 1 GB 1310 Card 2 GB 1420 1360 2550 4 GB 1450 2800 2680...

  • Page 155

    Others Aspect ratio : 1920k1080 pixels Picture size (2.1 million pixels) › Quality 32 MB 64 MB 128 MB 256 MB 512 MB 1 GB 1720 Card 2 GB 1800 3410 4 GB 3540 6700 6 GB 5390 10190 8 GB 7220 13640 12 GB...

  • Page 156: Specifications

    Others Specifications Digital Camera Body (DMC-G1): Information for your safety Power Source: DC 9.3 V Power Consumption: 2.8 W (When recording with LCD Monitor) 2.6 W (When recording with Viewfinder) 1.7 W (When playing back with LCD Monitor) 1.6 W (When playing back with Viewfinder) Camera effective pixels: 12,100,000 pixels Image sensor: 4/3q Live MOS sensor, total pixel number 13,060,000 pixels,...

  • Page 157

    Others Flash: Built-in pop up flash GN 11.0 (equivalent) Flash range: Approx. 45 cm (1.48 feet) to 6.2 m (20.3 feet) (When the 14 – 45 mm/F3.5 – 5.6 lens included in DMC-G1K is mounted, at the wide end, and [ISO AUTO] is set) AUTO, AUTO/Red-eye reduction, Forced ON, Forced ON/ Red-eye reduction, Slow sync., Slow sync./Red-eye reduction, Forced OFF...

  • Page 158

    50/60 Hz, 0.3 A Output: DIGITAL CAMERA 9.3 V 1.2 A CHARGE 8.4 V 0.65 A Battery Pack (lithium-ion) (Panasonic DMW-BLB13PP): Information for your safety Voltage: 7.2 V Interchangeable Lens (H-FS014045) “LUMIX G VARIO 14 –45 mm/F3.5 –5.6 ASPH./MEGA O.I.S.”...

  • Page 159: Digital Camera Accessory System

    Others Others Digital Camera Accessory System Accessory# Figure Description DMW-BLB13PP Lithum Ion Battery DMW-FL500 DMW-FL360 Flash DMW-FL220 H-FS045200 Interchangeable Lens : DMW-LMC52 : MC Protector : DMW-LND52 : ND Filter : DMW-LPL52 : PL Filter (Circular Type) DMW-RSL1 Remote Shutter DMW-DCC3 DC Cable : DMW-BAG1...

  • Page 160: Digital Camera Accessory Order Form (for Usa Customers)

    VISIT YOUR LOCAL PANASONIC DEALER CALL PANASONIC’S ACCESSORY ORDER LINE AT 1-800-332-5368 [6 AM-6 PM M-F, PACIFIC TIME] MAIL THIS ORDER TO: PANASONIC SERVICE AND TECHNOLOGY COMPANY ACCESSORY ORDER OFFICE 20421 84th Avenue South Kent, WA. 98032 In CANADA, please contact your local Dealer for more information about accessories.

  • Page 161: Request For Service Notice (for Usa Only)

    Mail this completed form and your Proof of Purchase along with your unit to: Panasonic Camera and Digital Service Center 1590 Touhy Ave. Elk Grove Village, IL 60007...

  • Page 162: Limited Warranty (for Usa Only)

    If your product does not work properly because of a defect in materials or workmanship, Panasonic Consumer Electronics Company or Panasonic Puerto Rico, Inc. (collectively referred to as “the warrantor”) will, for the length of the period indicated on the chart below, which starts with the date of original purchase (“warranty period”), at its option either (a)

  • Page 163

    Carry-In or Mail-In Service For Carry-In or Mail-In Service in the United States call 1-800-211-PANA (7262). For assistance in Puerto Rico call Panasonic Puerto Rico, Inc. (787)-750-4300 or fax (787)-768-2910. This warranty ONLY COVERS failures due to defects in materials or workmanship, and DOES NOT COVER normal wear and tear or cosmetic damage.

  • Page 164: Customer Services Directory (for Usa Only)

    Others Customer Services Directory (For USA Only) VQT1U32...

  • Page 165: Index

    Others Others Index ........107 Direct AF Area ..... 36 Direction Detection Function ........ 113 DPOF Print Setting ......138 Dust Reduction Function ..... 19, 118, 120, 132 AC Adaptor ........24 Access Indication ........31 Economy Mode ......88 Advanced Scene Mode ..........

  • Page 166

    Others ........105 LCD Display Style ......105 LCD Information Display ..........31 LCD Mode ......99, 153, 154, 155 Quality ........54, 134 LCD Monitor Quick AF ..........106 ..........14, 15 Lens ..........29 Quick Menu ..........15 Lens Cap ..........

  • Page 167: Useful Information (for Latin American Countries Only)

    Also you may contact us directly by our Contact Center: Panama 800-PANA (800-7262) Colombia 1-8000-94PANA (1-8000-947262) - National Line 635-PANA (635-7262) - Bogota Line Ecuador 1800-PANASONIC (1800-726276) Costa Rica 800-PANA737 (800-7262737) El Salvador 800-PANA (800-7262) Guatemala 1-801-811-PANA (1-801-811-7262) Chile...

  • Page 168

    For USA and Canada Panasonic Consumer Electronics Company, Division of Panasonic Corporation of North America One Panasonic Way, Secaucus, NJ 07094 Panasonic Puerto Rico, Inc. Ave. 65 de Infantería, Km. 9.5, San Gabriel Industrial Park, Carolina, Puerto Rico 00985 Panasonic Canada Inc.

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