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|download mp3||1:41am on Wednesday, August 11th, 2010|
|FZ5 has been a reliable and satisfying camera for travel and general enthusiast photography. A classic. Very good camera. Easy to use and a lot of features. Big zoom, friendly interface, plenty of settings and effects to keep you amused. Very good camera. Easy to use and a lot of fe... Big zoom, friendly interface, plenty of settings and effects to keep you amused.|
|jlnc||10:46pm on Friday, June 25th, 2010|
|All I can say is wow. Easy to use and the zoom is the best for the money. I own 5 digital camera and this is by far the top of the line.|
|KevinHill||1:51am on Monday, June 21st, 2010|
|This has been a great camera. My replacement for mountaineering/backpacking after my C2100 UZ1 proved too heavy and bulky. FZ5 is sturdy. This is a great little camera. I have owned it since Summer 2005. Over 7000 images later it is still going strong! See the results /|
|martingreig||5:03pm on Tuesday, June 8th, 2010|
|For a mid range price this camera is good. If your fine with auto focus only, and dont mind a little more bulk than a traditional point and shoot.|
|Tony Howse||11:15pm on Saturday, May 22nd, 2010|
|LITTLE JEWEL THAT SHOOTS SUPERB PICS THIS LITTLE JEWEL MIGHT BE A LITTLE OUT DATED AS FAR AS PIXELS GO BUT THE LENS IS WHAT COUNTS AND THIS LITTLE BAB... Great while it lasted! I purchased this camera in March 2005 and within a month had to return it for repair.|
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Panasonic DMC-FZ5 DMC-FZ4 Responsible party: Panasonic Corporation of North America One Panasonic Way, Secaucus, NJ 07094 Support Contact: Panasonic Consumer Electronics Company 1-800-272-7033 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. This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003
Care for the camera Do not shake or cause impact to the camera. The camera may not be operated normally or recording of pictures may be disabled, or the lens may be damaged. Sand or dust may cause a malfunction of the camera. When you use the camera on a beach etc., take care so that sand or dust does not get into the camera. When you use the camera on a rainy day or on a beach, take care so that water does not get into the camera. If seawater splashes onto the camera, wet a soft cloth with tap water, wring it well, and use it to wipe the camera body carefully. Then, wipe it again with a dry cloth. About the LCD monitor/Viewfinder Do not press the LCD monitor strongly. It may cause uneven colors on the LCD monitor or a malfunction of the LCD monitor. In a place with drastic temperature changes, condensation may form on the LCD monitor. Wipe it with a soft, dry cloth. If the camera is extremely cold when you turn the camera on, the image on the LCD monitor/Viewfinder is slightly darker than usual at first. However, as the internal temperature increases, it goes back to the normal brightness. Extremely high precision technology is employed to produce the LCD monitor/ Viewfinder screen. The result is more than 99.99% effective pixels with a mere 0.01% of the pixels inactive or always lit. However, this will not be recorded on the pictures in the card.
About the Lens Do not direct the lens to the sun or strong light sources. It may cause not only a malfunction of the camera but irreversible damage to your eye. Do not press the lens strongly. Leaving the camera with the lens facing the sun may cause a malfunction. Be careful when you put the camera outside or near a window. About Condensation (When the lens or the Viewfinder is fogged up) Condensation takes place when the ambient temperature or humidity is changed as follows: Be careful of condensation since it causes stains on the lens, fungus or malfunction. When the camera is brought inside from the cold to a warm room. When the camera is moved from outside to an air-conditioned car. When cool wind from an air conditioner or other is directly blown onto the camera. In humid places Put the camera into plastic bag until the temperature of the camera is close to the ambient temperature to avoid condensation. In case of condensation, turn the camera off and then leave it for about 2 hours. When the camera becomes close to the ambient temperature, the fog disappears naturally.
Using the MC Protector/ND Filter. 103 Screen Display.. 104 Cautions for Use.. 107 Message Display.. 109 Troubleshooting. 110 Specifications.. 113 Digital Camera Accessory System. 116 Digital Camera Accessory Order Form (For USA Customers). 117 Request for Service Notice (For USA Only).. 118 Limited Warranty (For USA Only). 119 Customer Services Directory (For USA Only).. 121 Index... 122 Spanish Quick Use Guide/ Gua rpida en espaol. 124
Connecting to a PC or Printer
Before Connecting to the PC or the Printer [USB MODE].. 96 Connecting to a PC.. 97 Connecting to a PictBridge-compliant Printer.. 99
Before using your camera, check the contents.
1 SD Memory Card (In the text, it is indicated as Card) 1: 16 MB (Supplied with DMC-FZ5 only) 2: 8 MB (Supplied with DMC-FZ4 only) 2 Battery Pack (In the text, it is indicated as Battery) 3 Battery Charger (In the text, it is indicated as Charger) 4 USB Connection Cable 5 1: AV Cable (Supplied with DMC-FZ5 only) 2: Video Cable (Supplied with DMC-FZ4 only) 6 CD-ROM 7 Strap 8 Lens Cap/Lens Cap String 9 Lens Hood/Lens Hood Adaptor A: Silver B: Black (DMC-FZ5 only)
A: VYQ3428/VYQ3387 B: VYQ3429/VYQ3388
Names of the Components
Lens (P4) Flash (P40) Microphone (DMC-FZ5 only) (P61, 75) Self-timer Indicator (P44) AF Assist Lamp (P78)
Diopter Adjustment Dial (P28) Viewfinder (P27, 104) [EVF/LCD] Button (P27) Flash Open Button (P40) [DISPLAY] Button (P27) [EXPOSURE] Button (P55, 56, 57) Power Indicator (P31) Camera ON/OFF Switch (P12) LCD Monitor (P27, 104) DMC-FZ5: Size 1.8q DMC-FZ4: Size 1.5q [MENU] Button (P23) Delete (P53)/[FOCUS] (P67, 77) Button Cursor Buttons 2/Self-timer Button (P44) 4/[REVIEW] Button (P38) 1/Flash Setting Button (P40) 3/Exposure Compensation (P45)/Auto Bracket (P46)/White Balance Fine Adjustment (P72)/Flash Output Adjustment (P42)/Backlight Compensation in Simple Mode (P37) Button Speaker (P83) (DMC-FZ5) Speaker for Operational Sound only (DMC-FZ4)
Zoom Lever (P39, 79) Shutter Button (P31) Mode Dial (P30) Single or Burst Mode Button (P48) Optical Image Stabilizer Button (P47)
23 Strap Eyelet (P19) 24 [AV OUT/DIGITAL] Socket (DMC-FZ5 only) [V.OUT/DIGITAL] Socket (DMC-FZ4 only) (P95, 97, 99) 25 [DC IN] Socket (P97, 99) Please be sure to use genuine Panasonic AC adaptor (DMW-CAC1; optional). 26 Terminal Door
If you select a larger picture size, you can print pictures clearly. When you select a smaller picture size, you can record more pictures. The numbers are approximations. (If you mix TIFF, Fine and Standard quality, the number of recordable pictures changes.) The number of recordable pictures varies depending on subjects. The remaining number of recordable pictures displayed on the screen is an approximation.
Attaching the Lens Cap/Strap
Lens Cap (supplied) Strap (supplied)
1 Pass the string through the hole on the lens cap.
1 Pass the strap through the hole at the Strap Eyelet.
2 Pass the string through the hole on the camera.
2 Pass the strap through the stopper and fasten the strap.
3 Attach the lens cap.
A: Pull the strap 2 cm or more. Attach the strap to the other side of the camera being careful not to twist it. Check that the strap is firmly attached to the camera. Attach the strap so that you can see LUMIX logo.
When you turn the camera off, carry the camera or play back the pictures, attach the lens cap to protect the surface of the lens. Detach the lens cap before turning on the camera in the recording mode. When the mode dial is set to one of the recording modes and the camera is turned on with the lens cap attached, the message [REMOVE LENS CAP AND PRESS 1 BUTTON] appears. Press 1 button after detaching the lens cap. Be careful not to lose the lens cap.
Attaching the Lens Hood
In bright sunlight or backlight, the lens hood will minimize lens flare and ghosting. The lens hood cuts out excess light and improves the picture quality. Check that the camera is turned off and that the lens is retracted. Close the flash.
Counter-rotate the 2 halves of the lens hood adaptor until marker A is at [UNLOCK] position. 2 Place the camera upside down. Align [UNLOCK] to groove B on the camera then slide the lens hood adaptor over the lens until it stops.
Rotate the ring until it clicks.
Place the camera right way up. Align marker D on the lens hood to marker E on the adaptor and push the lens hood onto the adaptor. 2 Rotate the lens hood clockwise until it stops at marker F.
2 Rotate ring C clockwise until [LOCK] mark is aligned with marker A on the adaptor.
Temporarily storing the lens hood
2 Attach the lens cap.
Remove the lens hood, turn it around then align marker D on the lens hood to marker E on the adaptor. 2 Push the lens hood onto the adaptor until it clicks. 3 Rotate the lens hood counter-clockwise until it clicks.
W.BALANCE SENSITIVITY PICT.SIZE QUALITY AUDIO REC. SELECT
Be sure to press 1 at the end to store the setting. Close the menu by pressing the [MENU] button after finishing the setting. In recording mode, you can also close the menu by pressing the shutter button halfway.
3 Select the [SETUP] Menu.
REC MONITOR AUTO REVIEW PLAY ON LCD POWER SAVE BEEP SELECT SETUP
n0 1SEC. OFF 2MIN.
To forward or reverse the menu screen rotate the zoom lever A toward T or W.
MONITOR/VIEWFINDER Adjust the brightness of the LCD monitor (when pictures appear on the LCD monitor) or Viewfinder (when pictures appear on the Viewfinder) in 7 steps. AUTO REVIEW [OFF]: The recorded picture does not automatically appear. [1SEC.]: The recorded picture automatically appears on the screen for about 1 second. [3SEC.]: The recorded picture automatically appears on the screen for about 3 seconds. [ZOOM]: The recorded picture automatically appears on the screen for about 1 second. Then it is enlarged 4 times and appears for about 1 second. This mode is useful for confirming focus. Pictures in burst mode, auto bracket, pictures with audio (DMC-FZ5 only) are not enlarged even if [ZOOM] is selected.
In motion image mode [ ], auto review function is not activated. When pictures are recorded in any speed ([ ], [ ] and [ ]) on burst mode (P48) or auto bracket [ ] (P46), the auto review function is activated regardless of the setting on the auto review function. (The picture is not enlarged.) When using pictures with audio, the auto review function works while recording the audio or the data into the card regardless of the setting on the auto review function. (The picture is not enlarged.) (DMC-FZ5 only) When the quality is set to [TIFF], the auto review function works until the end of recording onto the card. (The picture is not enlarged.) The setting for the auto review function is disabled in motion image mode, burst mode, auto bracket or when [AUDIO REC.] is set to [ON] (DMC-FZ5 only). PLAY ON LCD When Viewfinder is selected in the recording mode while setting [PLAY ON LCD] to [ON], the picture automatically appears on the LCD monitor in review or playback. (P28)
POWER SAVE [1MIN.]/[2MIN.]/[5MIN.]/[10MIN.]: The power save mode is activated (the camera is automatically turned off to save the battery life) if the camera has not been used for the time selected on the setting. [OFF]: The power save mode is not activated. Press the shutter button halfway or turn the camera off and on to cancel the power save mode. When using the AC adaptor (DMW-CAC1; optional)/connecting to a PC or a printer/ recording motion images/playing back motion images/during Slide Show, the power save mode is not activated. In simple mode [ ] (P35), the setting for the power save mode is fixed to [2MIN.]. BEEP [ ]: No operational sound [ ]: Soft operational sound [ ]: Loud operational sound The operational sound setting also affects simple mode [ ]. SHUTTER Set to select the volume of shutter sound. [ ]: No shutter sound [ ]: Soft shutter sound [ ]: Loud shutter sound
A To open the flash Press the [ OPEN] button. B To close the flash Press the flash until it clicks. Be sure to close the flash when not in use. The flash setting is fixed to Forced OFF [ ] while the flash is closed. Switching to the appropriate flash setting
For the selectable flash settings, refer to Available flash settings by recording mode on P41. : AUTO The flash is automatically activated according to the recording condition. : AUTO/Red-eye reduction The flash is automatically activated according to the recording condition. It reduces the red-eye phenomenon (eyes of the subject appear red in the picture) by triggering the flash before actually recording the picture. After that, the flash is activated for actual recording again.
Available flash settings by recording mode The available flash settings depend on the recording mode. (: Available, : Not available)
Not available in backlight compensation The available flash range to take pictures ISO sensitivity AUTO ISO64 (DMC-FZ4 only) ISO80 (DMC-FZ5 only) ISO100 ISO200 ISO400 Available flash control range Wide 30 cm (0.98 feet) 4.5 m (14.8 feet) 30 cm (0.98 feet) 1.8 m (5.91 feet) Tele 30 cm (0.98 feet) 3.8 m (12.5 feet) 30 cm (0.98 feet) 1.5 m (4.92 feet)
30 cm (0.98 feet) 2 m (6.56 feet) 30 cm (0.98 feet) 1.7 m (5.58 feet) 30 cm (0.98 feet) 2.2 m (7.22 feet) 40 cm (1.31 feet) 3.1 m (10.2 feet) 60 cm (1.97 feet) 4.5 m (14.8 feet) 30 cm (0.98 feet) 1.9 m (6.23 feet) 40 cm (1.31 feet) 2.6 m (8.53 feet) 60 cm (1.97 feet) 3.8 m (12.5 feet)
The available flash range is an approximation. Refer to P33 for the focus range. Refer to P73 for the ISO sensitivity. If the ISO sensitivity is set to [AUTO], it is automatically adjusted from [ISO100] to [ISO400] when you use the flash. To avoid noise, we recommend decreasing the ISO sensitivity (P73) or setting [PICT.ADJ.] to [NATURAL]. (P80) In motion image mode [ ], [SCENERY], [NIGHT SCENERY] or [FIREWORKS] in scene mode (P63), the flash setting is fixed to the Forced OFF [ ] even if the flash is opened.
Shutter speed for each flash setting Flash setting : AUTO : AUTO/Red-eye reduction : Forced ON : Forced ON/Red-eye reduction : Slow sync./Red-eye reduction Shutter speed (Sec.) 1/60 1/2000 1/60 1/2000 1/60 1/1/2000 1/4 1/2000 : Forced OFF 8 1/2000 (In [NIGHT SCENERY] in scene mode)
Refer to P59 for the Aperture-priority AE, Shutter-priority AE or Manual exposure mode. Adjusting flash output Adjust the flash output when the subject is small or reflection ratio is extremely high or low.
1 Press 3 several times until [ AUTO BRACKET] appears and then set the compensation range of the exposure.
You can select the exposure from j1 EV to i1 EV in steps of 1/3 EV. When you do not use auto bracket, select [OFF]. When setting the auto bracket, the auto bracket icon appears on the lower left of the screen.
Optical Image Stabilizer
This mode recognizes and compensates jitter. You can reduce blurring caused by jitter especially when you take pictures with the optical zoom set to Tele or when you take pictures indoors where the shutter speed is slowed down. MODE1 The stabilizer operates ( ) continuously and can assist during photo composition. MODE2 The stabilizer function is in ( ) standby and activates at the moment the shutter captures the image. This mode offers a greater degree of stabilization. OFF ( When image stabilization is not ) needed or when using the camera with a tripod.
A: Optical image stabilizer button
1 Press the optical image stabilizer button A until [STABILIZER] appears and then select the stabilizer function mode.
STABILIZER OFF MODE1 MODE2
Demonstration of the optical image stabilizer (Demonstration Mode) When you press the [MENU] button, the demonstration appears. After the demonstration ends, the screen returns to the stabilizer function mode selection menu. If you want to exit the demonstration halfway through, press the [MENU] button again. While the demonstration is displayed, the optical zoom is fixed to Wide (1k) and the zoom function cannot be activated. Moreover, you cannot take pictures.
DEMO. MENU SET
The stabilizer function may not work sufficiently in the following cases. When too much jitter occurs. In digital zoom range. When taking pictures while following subjects in motion. When the shutter speed is extremely slow due to dark conditions or other reasons. Be careful of jittering when pressing the shutter button. In simple mode [ ], the stabilizer function mode is fixed to [MODE1] and the stabilizer function menu does not appear. In motion image mode [ ], [MODE2] cannot be set.
1 Select the picture.
2: Play back the previous picture. 1: Play back the next picture. The last recorded picture will be played back first. When [ROTATE DISP.] (P85) is set to [ON], pictures recorded by holding the camera vertically are played back vertically.
Fast forwarding/Fast rewinding When you keep pressing 2/1 during playback, the file number and the page number are updated. If you release 2/1 when the number of the desired picture appears, you can play back the picture. 1: Fast forward 2: Fast rewind When you keep pressing 2/1, the number of files forwarded/rewound at a time is increased.
This camera is based on the DCF standard (Design rule for Camera File system) which was established by the Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association (JEITA). When changing the folder name or file name on a PC, the pictures will not be played back. The file format that can be played back with the camera is JPEG. (Even JPEG pictures cannot be played back in some cases.) When playing back pictures that have been recorded with other equipment, the picture quality may be deteriorated and pictures may not be played back. When playing back a non-standard file, the folder/file number is indicated by  and the screen may turn black. An interference fringe may appear on the screen depending on the subject. This is called moire. This is not a malfunction.
9 Pictures Multi Playback
2 Select the pictures. 1 Switch to multi screen.
To return to the normal playback Rotate the zoom lever towards [ ] or press the [MENU] button. The picture with the number colored in orange appears. To delete a picture during a 9 pictures multi playback Press the [ ] button. When the confirmation screen appears, press 4 to select [YES], and press 1. (P53)
Pictures will not be displayed in the rotated direction even if [ROTATE DISP.] is set to [ON] (P85).
Using the Playback Zoom
When you move the position to be displayed, the zoom position indication is displayed for about 1 second. To delete a picture during playback zoom Press the [ ] button. When the confirmation screen appears, press 4 to select [YES], and press 1. (P53)
1 Rotate the zoom lever towards [ ] to enlarge the picture.
Finely Adjusting the White Balance (White Balance Fine Adjustment ) When you cannot acquire the desired hue by setting the white balance, you can adjust the white balance finely. 1 Set the white balance to [ [ ]/[ ]/[ ]. (P71) 2 Press 3 several times until [WB ADJUST.] appears.
3 Finely adjust the white balance. 1 [BLUE]: Press when the hue is reddish. 2 [RED]: Press when the hue is bluish.
ISO Sensitivity [SENSITIVITY]
ISO sensitivity represents the sensitivity to light in values. If you set the ISO sensitivity higher, the camera becomes more suitable for recording in dark places. When setting to [AUTO], the ISO sensitivity is automatically adjusted in the range described below according to the brightness. DMC-FZ5: [ISO80] [ISO200] DMC-FZ4: [ISO64] [ISO200] (It can be adjusted from [ISO100] to [ISO400] when using the flash.) (Common to DMC-FZ5/DMC-FZ4) ISO sensitivity 80 (DMC-FZ5) 64 (DMC-FZ4) Use in bright places (e.g. outdoors) Use in dark places Shutter speed Noise Suitable Not suitable Slow Less Not suitable Suitable Fast Increased 400 400
In simple mode [ ], motion image mode [ ] or scene mode (P63), ISO sensitivity is fixed to [AUTO]. (In [NIGHT SCENERY] and [PANNING] in scene mode, it is fixed to [ISO80] (DMC-FZ5)/ [ISO64] (DMC-FZ4).) You cannot select [AUTO] in Aperture-priority AE, Shutter-priority AE and Manual exposure mode. To avoid picture noise, we recommend decreasing the ISO sensitivity or setting [PICT.ADJ.] to [NATURAL]. (P80) Refer to P59 for the shutter speed.
Picture Size [PICT.SIZE]
When you select a larger picture size, you can print pictures clearly. When you select a smaller picture size (640k480 pixels), you can record more pictures. In addition, it is convenient to attach the picture to an e-mail or post it on a website because the file size is small. 2560 (DMC-FZ5) 2560k1920 pixels 2304 (DMC-FZ4) 2304k1728 pixels 2048 (DMC-FZ5) 2048k1536 pixels 640 HDTV 1600k1200 pixels 1280k960 pixels 640k480 pixels 1920k1080 pixels
You can switch to the following metering modes. 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. Usually, we recommend using this method. Center weighted: This is the method used to focus on the subject on the center of the screen and measure the whole screen evenly. Spot: This is the method to measure the subject in the spot metering target A.
AF Mode [AF MODE]
Spot-focusing: The camera focuses on the limited and narrow area in the screen.
9-area-focusing: The camera focuses on any of 9 focus areas. You can record a picture in free composition without limiting the position of the subject.
3-area-focusing (high speed): The camera focuses on any of the left, center and right of the screen.
High speed AF (H) mode When you select 3-area-focusing (high speed) or 1-area-focusing (high speed), the auto focus is activated in high speed and you can focus on the subject more quickly. Pictures may become still in the condition they were in before the subject was focused when you press the shutter button. However, it is not a malfunction. If you do not want to make pictures still during the auto focus, use the AF mode other than 3-area-focusing (high speed) mode and 1-area-focusing (high speed) mode.
1-area-focusing (high speed): The camera focuses on the subject in AF area on the center of the screen.
When using the digital zoom or when you take pictures in dark places, the AF area is displayed on the center of the screen with a size wider than usual.
1-area-focusing: The camera focuses on the subject in AF area on the center of the screen.
When multiple AF areas (max. 9 areas) light at the same time, the camera is focusing on all the AF areas. The focus position is not predetermined because it is set to the position that the camera automatically determines at the time of focusing. If you want to determine the focus position to take pictures, switch the AF mode to 1-area-focusing mode.
Continuous AF [CONT.AF]
AF Trigger [AF TRIGGER]
This mode allows you to compose a picture more easily by always focusing on the subject. When the AF mode is set to 1-area-focusing, 1-area-focusing (high speed) or spot-focusing, the time required for focusing when pressing the shutter button halfway will be reduced. When it is set to [ON], the [ ] indication appears.
When taking a picture with prefocus, set the button for starting AF (Auto focus) to [FOCUS] on [AF TRIGGER]. Prefocus is a technique to focus on the point where you take a picture of the subject with quick motion. This function is suitable when the distance between the camera and the subject is pre-determined. When you press the shutter button halfway, the Auto focus is activated. FOCUS When you press the [FOCUS] button, the Auto focus is activated. Procedure for recording with prefocus using [FOCUS] button 1 Aim the AF area to the point where you want to focus. (P31) 2 Press the [FOCUS] button. When the subject is focused, the AF area 1 turns from white to green and the focus indication 2 lights up for about 1 second. If the subject is out of focus, the AF area turns from white to red and the focus indication blinks for about 1 second. The focus will not be changed unless you press the [FOCUS] button again.
The battery may be consumed faster than usual. It may take time to focus on the subject after rotating the zoom lever from Wide to Tele or suddenly changing the subject from a distant one to a nearby one. Press the shutter button halfway again when it is difficult to focus on the subject.
When you press the shutter button halfway, [ AFFOCUS ] indication disappears and then the aperture value and the shutter speed are displayed. When you press the shutter button halfway without pressing the [FOCUS] button, the [ AFFOCUS ] indication turns red. 3 When the subject is enclosed within the focused area, press the shutter button to take a picture. When taking pictures normally, set the AF Trigger to [ ]. When you need to focus on the subject before recording such as prefocus, set to [FOCUS]. After you complete recording with prefocus, set the AF Trigger to [ ] again.
AF Assist Lamp
[AF ASSIST LAMP]
Illuminating the subject with the AF assist lamp allows the camera to focus on the subject in low light conditions. When you press the shutter button halfway in dark places or other situations, an AF area wider than usual appears and the AF assist lamp A turns on. ON The AF assist lamp turns on under low light conditions. In this time, the AF assist lamp icon [ ] appears on the screen. The effective range of the AF assist lamp is 1.5 m (4.92 feet).
In simple mode [ ], the AF Trigger is automatically set to [ ].
OFF The AF assist lamp does not turn on.
Be sure of the following points when the AF assist lamp is in use. Do not look into the AF assist lamp. Detach the lens hood. Do not cover the AF assist lamp with your fingers when taking a picture. The battery may be consumed faster than usual when using the AF assist lamp. In simple mode [ ], the setting on the [AF ASSIST LAMP] is fixed to [ON]. You cannot use the AF assist lamp in [SCENERY], [NIGHT SCENERY], [PANNING] and [FIREWORKS] in scene mode (P63). When you do not want to use the AF assist lamp (e.g. when you take a picture of a subject in a dark place), set the [AF ASSIST LAMP] to [OFF]. In this case, it becomes difficult to focus on the subject. The AF area is set only to a point on the center of the screen when the AF assist lamp is turned on. A vignetting effect may appear on the circumference of the AF assist lamp because the AF assist lamp may be obscured by the lens, however, this does not cause a problem with the performance of the camera.
Motion images Select the picture with the motion image icon [ ] and play back the motion images.
PLAY MOTION IMAGE
The cursor displayed during playback corresponds to 3/4/ 2/1. Motion image playback stops and the normal playback is restored by pressing 4.
Using the [PLAY] mode menu
: [ROTATE DISP.] (P85) You can use various functions in playback mode such as a rotating function or protections for recorded pictures. Menu items : [DPOF PRINT] (P86)
: [ROTATE] (P85) : [PROTECT] (P88)
: [SLIDE SHOW] (P89) : [AUDIO DUB.] (DMC-FZ5 only) (P90) : [RESIZE] (P91)
ROTATE DISP. ROTATE PROTECT DPOF PRINT SLIDE SHOW SELECT
: [TRIMMING] (P92) : [FORMAT] (P94)
When rotating the zoom lever toward T or W, the page of the menu screen can be forwarded or reversed. After selecting a menu item with the operation described above, make settings for each menu.
Displaying pictures in a direction at the time of recording [ROTATE DISP.]
This mode allows you to display pictures recorded by holding the camera vertically or pictures rotated in [ROTATE] function in the rotated direction.
Rotating the Picture [ROTATE]
You can rotate the recorded pictures in steps of 90 and display them. Example When rotating clockwise (
1 Select [ON] to set it.
ROTATE DISP. ROTATE PROTECT DPOF PRINT SLIDE SHOW SELECT SET
1 Select the picture to be rotated and set it.
When you select [OFF], the pictures are displayed without being rotated. Refer to P50 for how to play back pictures.
When you take pictures by holding the camera vertically, read Tips for taking good pictures on P32 carefully. The direction detection function (P33) may not work properly on pictures recorded by aiming the camera up or down. Only still pictures in normal playback can be rotated. When playing back rotated pictures in zoom playback or multi playback, pictures appear in original orientation. You can rotate and display pictures by using [ROTATE] function even if you do not take pictures by holding the camera vertically.
Pictures recorded in motion image mode [ ] and protected pictures cannot be rotated.
2 Select the direction to rotate the picture.
Setting the Picture to be Printed and the Number of Prints [DPOF PRINT]
DPOF (Digital Print Order Format) is a system that allows the user to select which pictures are to be printed, how many copies of each picture will be printed or whether the recording date is to be printed on compatible photo printers or commercial photo printing services. For details, ask photo printing servicer. For more information please visit: http://panasonic.jp/dc/dpof_110/ white_e.htm
The picture rotates clockwise in steps of 90. The picture rotates counter-clockwise in steps of 90.
Cautions for Use
Optimal Use of the Camera When carrying the camera, take care not to drop or cause impact to it. The lens or the outer case may be destroyed by the strong shock, and it causes a malfunction of the camera. Keep the camera away from magnetized equipment (such as a microwave oven, TV, video game equipment, etc.). If you use the camera on or near a TV, pictures and sounds may be disrupted due to electromagnetic wave radiation. Do not use the camera near a cell phone because doing so may cause noise to adversely affect the pictures and sounds. Recorded data may be damaged, or pictures may be distorted by strong magnetic fields created by speakers or large motors. Electromagnetic wave radiation generated by a microprocessor may adversely affect the camera, causing the disturbance of pictures and sounds. If the camera is affected by magnetically charged equipment and does not function properly, turn the camera off and remove the battery or disconnect AC adaptor (DMW-CAC1; optional) and then insert the battery or connect AC adaptor again. Thereafter, turn the camera on. Do not use the camera near radio transmitters or high-voltage lines. If you record near radio transmitters or high-voltage lines, recorded pictures or sounds may be adversely affected. Make sure to use the supplied cords and cables. If you use optional accessories, use the cords and the cables supplied with them. Do not extend the cords and the cables. Do not spray insecticides or volatile chemicals onto the camera. If the camera is sprayed with such chemicals, the camera body may be damaged and the surface finish may peel off. Do not keep rubber or plastic products in contact with the camera for a long period of time. Do not use benzine, thinner or alcohol for cleaning the camera. Before cleaning the camera, remove the battery or disconnect the charger from the electrical outlet. The camera body may be deformed and the surface finish may peel off. Wipe the camera with a soft, dry cloth. To remove stubborn stains, wipe with a cloth that is soaked in a detergent diluted with water and afterward finish wiping with a dry cloth. If you use a chemical cloth, follow the instructions that come with the cloth. In case rain or other sources of water splash onto the camera, wet a soft cloth with tap water, wring it well, and use it to wipe the camera body carefully. Then wipe it again with a dry cloth.
Metering mode: LCD monitor:
Microphone: Speaker: Recording media: Picture size:
Quality: Recording file format Still Picture: Picture with audio (DMC-FZ5): Motion images: Interface Digital: Analog video/audio: Terminal AV OUT/DIGITAL (DMC-FZ5): V.OUT/DIGITAL (DMC-FZ4): DC IN: Dimensions: Weight: Operating Temperature: Operating Humidity:
Multiple/Center weighted/Spot DMC-FZ5: 1.8q low-temperature polycrystalline TFT LCD (130,000 pixels) (field of view ratio about 100%) DMC-FZ4: 1.5q low-temperature polycrystalline TFT LCD (114,000 pixels) (field of view ratio about 100%) Color electrical Viewfinder (114,000 pixels) (field of view ratio about 100%) (with diopter adjustment j4 i4 diopter) Built-in pop up flash Flash range: (ISO AUTO) Approx. 30 cm (0.98 feet) 4.5 m (14.8 feet) (Wide) AUTO, AUTO/Red-eye reduction, Forced ON (Forced ON/ Red-eye reduction), Slow sync./Red-eye reduction, Forced OFF Monaural (DMC-FZ5) Monaural (DMC-FZ5) Operational sound only (DMC-FZ4) SD Memory Card/MultiMediaCard 2560k1920 pixels (DMC-FZ5), 2304k1728 pixels (DMC-FZ4), 2048k1536 pixels (DMC-FZ5), 1600k1200 pixels, 1280k960 pixels, 640k480 pixels, 1920k1080 pixels (Still picture) 320k240 pixels (Motion image) Fine/Standard/TIFF JPEG (Design rule for Camera File system, based on Exif 2.2 standard)/TIFF (RGB), DPOF corresponding JPEG (Design rule for Camera File system, based on Exif 2.2 standard)i640k480 pixels QuickTime (picture with audio) QuickTime Motion JPEG (Audio recording is available on DMC-FZ5.) USB 2.0 (Full Speed) NTSC/PAL Composite (Switched by menu), Audio line output (monaural) (DMC-FZ5)
Dedicated jack (8 pin) type 3 jack 108 mm (W)k68.4 mm (H)k84.8 mm (D) (4 1/4q (W)k2 11/16q (H)k3 11/32q (D)) (excluding the projection part) Approx. 290 g/10.2 oz (excluding Memory Card and battery) Approx. 326 g/11.5 oz (with Memory Card and battery) 0oC 40oC (32oF 104oF) 10% 80%
Battery Charger (Panasonic DE-993B): Input: Output: Equipment mobility:
Information for your safety V 50/60 Hz, 0.15 A CHARGE 8.4 V 0.43 A Movable
Battery Pack (lithium-ion) (Panasonic CGA-S002A): Information for your safety Voltage/capacity: 7.2 V, 680 mAh
Digital Camera Accessory System
How to claim your Free SD Memory Card: 1. To receive your free SD memory card by mail, purchase a Panasonic DMC-FZ30, DMC-FZ5 or DMC-FX8 Lumix Digital Camera from DMC-FZ30 DMC-FX8 November 20, 2005 through December 31, 2005. 2. Return this completed form, along with a copy of your sales receipt with DMC-FZ5 the purchase price circled. IMPORTANT: You must cut out and include the original label from the carton, which includes the UPC code, model number and serial number, or your claim cannot be processed. Please print legibly and complete all information. 3. Only handwritten responses will be accepted. No stickers or preprinted Name _________________________________________________ address labels. No P.O. Boxes accepted except military APO/FPO (Air/Army Address _______________________________________________ Post Ofce or Fleet Post Ofce) addresses. Product must be new and unused. (No P.O. Box Numbers will be accepted) (APO & FPO Box Numbers will be accepted) 4. Offer valid for purchase made from November 20, 2005 through December 31, 2005. All claims must be postmarked within one month of purchase. City __________________________ State ________ Zip_________ 5. This offer is only available to the end user and original purchaser. No claims Store Name _____________________________________________ from resellers, dealers/distributors, their employees or warehouse facilities, groups, clubs or organizations will be accepted or acknowledged. City______________________________________ State_________ 6. Limit 1 offer per person, address or household; may not be combined with Date Purchased_________________________________________ any other offer or rebate. It is illegal to submit multiple requests for the same individual or family. Fraudulent submissions of multiple requests could result Model #_________________________Serial #_________________ in Federal prosecution under the U.S. Mail Fraud Statutes (18 USC, Sections Signature ___________________________Todays Date________ 1341 and 1342). 7. Offer void where taxed, prohibited or restricted by law. Offer good only a) on Check here and provide your email if you would like to receive information about special promotions and new purchases in the fty states of the United States and D.C. and b) to current products from Panasonic. U.S. residents only. Exceptions for U.S. military personnel overseas. 8. Panasonic Corporation of North America is not responsible for late, Email__________________________________________________ lost or misdirected mail. 9. Claim forms postmarked more than one month after purchase Mail your completed form to: will not be honored. Lumix Digital Camera / 512MB SD Memory Card Promo 10. Panasonic SD Memory Cards are ordinarily delivered within 8-14 weeks. 20421 84th Ave. S, Kent, WA 98032 11. Panasonic reserves the right to audit any claims and to nullify any claims that cannot be substantiated. Panasonic reserves the right to amend the rules of Questions? Go to www.panasonic.com/specialpromos the program or cancel this promotion without prior notice. or call 1-800-833-9626 to check or enter info.
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