Part Number: 6-7s5-0oom2
UPC: 0894685115773, 894685115773
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User reviews and opinions
|Donny||8:52am on Wednesday, October 13th, 2010|
|Its really a gr8 cam 2 buy, zoom is awesome. Iso is great, in my view its a good budget hd video cam. Just purchased this camera beofre starting a European tour with my wife and have to say it has been great.|
|tracylim||1:20pm on Friday, September 17th, 2010|
|System Error (Zoom) When the camera works, I love it. Great pictures, good video, easy to use, terrific optical zoom, descent battery life... One of the best portable point-and-shoot cameras, and a steal at the price After owning a Canon EOS SLR (in the old days of 35mm film).|
|Ranger24||1:21am on Friday, August 20th, 2010|
|Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS3 I have had this camera for ten months now, took many pictures and I am very happy with it. Almost as good as my Digital SLR We had some problems with the one we purchased from Amazon but Panasonic took care of it quickly and with a surprise.|
|augux||7:13am on Thursday, August 5th, 2010|
|I just recieved this camera two days ago and have been trying all the features. Its very simple to use and takes great pictures. Greatest camera ever. Easy to use and takes excellent pictures and videos. I bought this camera on the recommendation of multiple people. It has great zoom and takes very nice pictures. I bought the Lumix DMC-ZS3 as a replacement for my Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-W70.|
|Jasonkelly||6:37am on Monday, July 19th, 2010|
|Just one word : Great! The right moment to buy a TZ7(lower prices but still pretty new technology). Excellent pictures and astonishing HD movies. My beloved Lumix TZ4 was unfortunately stolen last week. Replaced a lost TZ5. Nice update. Like the screen, video mode, antishake, wideangle. A couple of niggles.|
|bhanscom||9:36pm on Saturday, April 10th, 2010|
|Takes great pictures of my family indoors and out. It is nice and slim for a big zoom camera. The intelligent auto feature is really nice as well.|
|dyley||1:50am on Monday, March 22nd, 2010|
|I just got this camera and bought a spare battery. I have a Cannon 35mm SLR film camera. I also have the 40D Cannon. I have a Sony cybershot 8.1 MP. The Lumix is the best of the lot, if portability.|
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When in use
Camera may become warm if used for long periods of time, but this is not a fault. To avoid jitter, use a tripod and place in a stable location. (Especially when using telescopic zoom, lower shutter speeds, or self-timer) Keep the camera as far away as possible from electromagnetic equipment (such as microwave ovens, TVs, video games etc.). If you use the camera on top of or near a TV, the pictures and sound on the camera may be disrupted by electromagnetic wave radiation. Do not use the camera near cell phones because doing so may result in noise adversely affecting the pictures and sound. 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 microprocessors may adversely affect the camera, disturbing the pictures and sound. If the camera is adversely affected by electromagnetic equipment and stops functioning properly, turn the camera off and remove the battery or disconnect AC adaptor (DMW-AC5G; optional). Then reinsert the battery or reconnect AC adaptor and 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, the recorded pictures and sound may be adversely affected.
This manual provides operating instructions for the DMC-TZ7/DMC-TZ6/DMC-ZS3/DMC-ZS1. The appearance, specifications, and screen display vary depending on the model that is used. The descriptions in this manual are primarily based on the DMC-TZ7/DMC-ZS3. Details about functions specific to each model are indicated by symbols added to headings or at the end of descriptions, etc. (Example) Functions available in the DMC-TZ7/DMC-ZS3 only: Functions available in the DMC-TZ6/DMC-ZS1 only:
Before use... 7
Read first..7 To prevent damage and faults..7
Basic shooting operation. 17
Holding the camera/ Direction detection function..18 Mode dial...18
Do a test shot first!
Check first to see if you can take pictures and record sounds (motion pictures/ pictures with audio) successfully.
To prevent damage and faults
Avoid shocks, vibration, and pressure
Avoid exposing the camera to strong vibration or shock; e.g. dropping or hitting the camera, or sitting down with the camera in your pocket. (Attach hand strap to avoid dropping camera. Hanging any items other than the supplied hand strap from the camera can apply pressure against it.) Do not press the lens or the LCD monitor.
Standard Accessories.. 8 Names of parts.. 9
Basic shooting operation
Charging battery.. 10 Inserting battery and card. 12
Picture save destination (cards and built-in memory).13 Remaining battery and memory capacity.13
Holding the camera/ Direction detection function..20 Mode dial...20
We will not compensate for failed/ lost recording or for direct/indirect damage.
Panasonic will not provide compensation even if damage is caused by faults with camera or card.
Taking picture with automatic settings.. 21
Face Detection and Face Recognition.23 AF TRACKING..23
Taking pictures with your own settings.. 24
Align focus for desired composition.25
Certain pictures cannot be played back
Pictures edited on a computer Pictures taken or edited on a different camera (Pictures taken or edited on this camera may also not be able to be played back on other cameras)
Do not get the camera wet or insert foreign objects This camera is not waterproof.
Do not expose the camera to water, rain, or seawater. (If camera gets wet, wipe with a soft, dry cloth. Wring cloth thoroughly first if wet with seawater, etc.) Avoid exposing lens and socket to dust or sand, and do not allow liquids to leak into gaps around buttons.
Setting the clock.. 14 Using menus.. 15
Taking pictures/ motion pictures with zoom.. 26 Taking pictures with flash. 27 Taking images with self-timer. 28 Viewing your pictures (NORMAL PLAY).. 29 Deleting pictures.. 30
To delete multiple (up to 50) or all pictures.30
Software on the CD-ROM supplied
The following actions are prohibited: Making duplicates (copying) for sale or rent Copying onto networks
Avoid condensation caused by sudden changes in temperature and humidity
When moving between places of different temperature or humidity, place camera into a plastic bag and allow to adjust to conditions before use. If the lens clouds up, switch off the power and leave for about two hours to allow camera to adjust to conditions. If the LCD monitor clouds up, wipe with a soft, dry cloth.
Reading the Operating Instructions (PDF format)... 31 Specifications.. 32
LCD monitor characteristics
The battery life
Figures may be reduced if intervals between recordings are longer; if flash, zoom, or LCD MODE are used frequently; or in colder climates (depends on actual usage).
Number of recordable pictures Recording time Approx. 300 pictures Approx. 320 pictures Approx. 150 min Approx. 160 min By CIPA standard in normal picture mode
Recording conditions by CIPA standard CIPA is an abbreviation of [Camera & Imaging Products Association].
Temperature 23 C, humidity 50 % LCD monitor ON (The number of recordable pictures decreases in AUTO POWER LCD, POWER LCD, and HIGH ANGLE mode) Using Panasonic SD memory card (32 MB) Using the supplied battery NORMAL PICTURE mode
First picture taken 30 sec. after power turned on (STABILIZER AUTO) 1 picture taken per 30 sec. Full flash used for every other picture Zoom operation for each picture (max. W max. T, or max. T max. W) Power turned off after each 10 pictures, battery allowed to cool
Number reduced if intervals longer e.g. to approx. one quarter (75 pictures 80 pictures ) for 2-minute intervals under the above conditions.
Playback time Approx. 300 min
Insert the battery terminals and attach the battery to the charger
Ensure LUMIX faces outwards.
The number of recordable pictures or available recording time may vary slightly according to battery and usage conditions.
Recording time capacity (motion pictures) Approx. 90 min
Continuous recording with REC MODE set to AVCHD Lite and REC QUALITY to SH Available recording time varies according to usage conditions and intervals between recording. Available recording time will be reduced when the camera is switched ON/OFF, recording is stopped/started, or zoom operations are used frequently. Battery will be warm during charging and for some time thereafter. Battery will run out if not used for long periods of time, even after being charged. Charge the battery with the charger indoors (10 C - 35 C). Frequently charging up battery is not recommended. (Frequently charging battery reduces maximum usage time and can cause battery to expand.) Do not disassemble or modify the charger. If available battery power is significantly reduced, battery is reaching end of lifespan. Please purchase a new battery. The battery charger is in the standby condition when the AC power supply cord is connected. The primary circuit is always live as long as the power cord is connected to an electrical outlet. When charging Remove any dirt on connectors of charger and battery with dry cloth. Keep at least 1 m away from AM radio (may cause radio interference). Noises may be emitted from inside of charger, but this is not a fault. Always remove from mains socket after charging (up to 0.1 W consumed if left in place). Store battery in battery carrying case after use. Do not use if damaged or dented (especially connectors), e.g. by dropping (can cause faults).
Connect the charger to the electrical outlet
Charging light (CHARGE)
On: Charging in progress, approx. 130 min. (Max.) Off: Charging complete If light is flashing: Charging may take longer than normal if battery temperature is too high or too low (charging may not be completed). Battery/charger connector is dirty. Clean with a dry cloth. The AC mains lead does not fit entirely into the AC input terminal. A gap will remain as shown right.
Detach the battery after charging is complete
Disconnect charger and battery when charging is complete.
Inserting battery and card
Battery (check orientation) Card (check orientation) Do not touch terminal LOCK Release lever Set the camera ON/OFF switch to OFF
Slide to the OPEN position and open the lid
Picture save destination (cards and built-in memory)
Pictures will be saved to a card if one is inserted, or to the built-in memory if not.
Compatible memory cards (optional)
SD memory card/ The following SD standard-based cards (Panasonic brand recommended) SDHC memory card SD memory cards (8 MB - 2 GB) (optional) SDHC memory cards (4 GB - 32 GB) Can only be used with devices compatible with SDHC memory cards. (Always read your devices operating instructions before proceeding) Cards of over 4 GB may only be used if they have the SDHC logo. Please reformat the card with this camera if it has already 32 been formatted with a computer or another device. If the switch on the card is set to LOCK, operations such as Switch formatting, recording, and deleting cannot be performed. SDHC logo (LOCK) MultiMediaCards may also be used (for pictures only)
Completely insert battery and card
(both click into place) Status indicator
Built-in memory (approx. 40 MB)
Built-in memory is slower than SD memory card. QVGA in REC QUALITY only can be available to record motion pictures in the built-in memory. Clipboard pictures are saved to built-in memory. Pictures may be copied between cards and the built-in memory.
Slide to the LOCK position.
To remove battery: move lever in direction of arrow. Lever To remove card: press down in centre.
Remaining battery and memory capacity
Remaining battery (only when using battery) (flashes red) If the battery mark flashes red (or status indicator flashed when LCD monitor is off), recharge or replace battery. (P.10) Displayed when no card inserted (pictures will be saved to built-in memory) Pictures remaining
When in operation Always use genuine Panasonic batteries (DMW-BCG10E). If you use other batteries, we cannot guarantee the quality of this product. Do not remove card or battery while power is ON or while status indicator is on (Camera may cease operating correctly, or card/recorded contents may be damaged). The reading/writing speed of a MultiMediaCard is slower than an SD memory card. When a MultiMediaCard is used, the performance of certain features may be slightly slower than advertised. Keep the Memory Card out of reach of children to prevent swallowing. (Card) or (Built-in memory) are illuminated red. This means that an operation is in progress, such as the recording, reading, deleting, or formatting of pictures. Do not turn off the power or remove the battery, card, or AC adaptor (optional) (this may cause damage to or loss of data). Do not subject the camera to vibrations, impact, or static electricity. Should any of these cause camera operation to be terminated, attempt to perform the operation again. It is recommended that you copy important pictures to your computer (as electromagnetic waves, static electricity, or faults may cause data to be damaged). For model numbers and types, see http://panasonic.co.jp/pavc/global/cs (This Site is English only.)
Setting the clock
Set REC/PLAY switch to before turning on power.
(The clock is not set when the camera is shipped.)
To enable optimum usage of the camera, various functions can be activated and setting can be changed from the menus.
Turn on the power
(Example) Change VOLUME in SETUP menu when in NORMAL PICTURE mode. (REC/PLAY switch , Mode dial )
Press to select the language, and press MENU/SET. (The language select screen is not displayed on DMC-TZ7GJ.) PLEASE SET THE CLOCK will be displayed when power is turned on for the first time.
Bring up the menu
Camera ON/OFF switch Shutter button Mode dial
The selected item is displayed with an orange background.
Select SETUP menu While this message is displayed
Select and return to menu items
Select the setting item (year, month, date, time, display order, time display format), and set.
Select the setting item
To change time setting
Select CLOCK SET from SETUP menu, perform and. Clock settings will be saved for approx. 3 months even after battery is removed, provided a fully-charged battery was installed in camera for the 24 hours beforehand.
To restore default settings
Select the item
Page (Zoom lever can be used to switch to next screen.) Item
To set local time at travel destination
Set the Select the display format date, time, or display. To cancel Press. Setting example of display order and time display format [D/M/Y] [AM/PM]: PM 12:34 15.APR.2009 [M/D/Y] [24HRS]: 12:34 APR.15.2009 [Y/M/D] [24HRS]: 2009.4.15 12:34 When set to [AM/PM], 0:00 midnight is AM 12:00, and 0:00 noon is PM 12:00.
Select the setting
Settings Selected setting
Press MENU/SET Turn on power again and check time display. (Time and date can be displayed by pressing DISPLAY several times.)
Failure to set the date and time will cause the date/time to be improperly printed when printing pictures in digital photo centre or when using TEXT STAMP. Year can be set between 2000 and 2099. After the time has been set, the date can be printed correctly even if the date is not displayed on the camera screen.
When the REC/PLAY switch is set to , menu can be closed with a half-press of the shutter button.
Settings display may vary according to items.
Using menus (Continued)
REC menu MOTION PICTURE menu
Changing image preferences Make settings such as white balance, sensitivity, aspect ratio, and picture size.
Please set the clock before shooting (P.14).
Status indicator illuminated for approx. 1 second.
: Pictures and motion pictures can be taken. MOTION PICTURE menu Status indicator Motion picture button Motion pictures can be recorded immediately by pressing the motion picture button. : The captured pictures and motion pictures can be played back.
Flash AF assist lamp Stand with your arms close to your body and with your legs apart. Do not touch the lens. Do not block the microphone when recording audio. (P.9) Do not block the flash or the lamp. Do not look at it from close range. Pictures taken with camera held vertically can automatically be displayed vertically in playback. (Only when ROTATE DISP. is set to ON) Pictures may not be able to be displayed vertically if taken with camera facing upwards or downwards. Motion pictures cannot be displayed vertically during playback.
Shutter button Status indicator illuminated for approx. 1 second.
(INTELLIGENT AUTO Mode)
Automatic scene detection
Align to correct mode The current mode will be displayed on the LCD monitor when the mode dial is turned.
Camera reads scene when pointed at subject, and makes optimum settings automatically. During AF tracking (P.23), the optimum scene is automatically selected for the subject where the focus was locked (AF Lock). Recognises i PORTRAIT Follows face to take clear, bright pictures. Recognises i SCENERY Takes sharp pictures of near and far landscapes. Recognises i MACRO Reads distance to take sharp pictures of close subjects Recognises i NIGHT PORTRAIT Takes bright, natural pictures of people and night scenery. (Only with ) Recognises i NIGHT SCENERY Uses slow shutter speed to achieve natural colouring.(Only with ) Recognises i BABY Recognises movement Reads subject movement to avoid blurring when scene does not correspond to any of the above.
Take a picture
Focus display (when focus aligned: flashing illuminated) Recognized scene icon displayed in blue for 2 sec.
Press halfway (Adjust the focus)
Take pictures with automatic settings (P.21).
NORMAL PICTURE Mode Take pictures with customized settings (P.24). MY SCENE MODE SCENE MODE MOTION PICTURE Mode CLIPBOARD Mode
Taking pictures in frequently-used scene modes. Take pictures according to scene. Take motion pictures. Take pictures as memos.
INTELLIGENT AUTO mode (Continued)
Backlight refers to the light that shines from behind the subject. When this occurs, the subject appears darker, and so backlighting is automatically corrected by increasing the brightness of the entire image.
Face Detection and Face Recognition
If the camera automatically identifies the scene and determines that people appear as subjects in the image ( or ), Face Detection is activated, and the focus and exposure are adjusted for the recognised faces.
To use flash
Select either (Auto) or (forced flash off). When using , (AUTO), (Auto/red-eye reduction) and (Slow sync./red-eye reduction) will be switched between automatically (see P.27 for details). A second flash will be emitted in and for red-eye reduction.
The faces of people who are taken frequently can be registered together with their names, ages, and other information. If pictures are taken with FACE RECOG. set to ON, priority is given to the focus and exposure adjustments of the faces close to those that have been registered. Also, the camera memorises detected faces during Face Detection, automatically recognises faces which are taken frequently, and displays them on the face registration screen. Face Recognition searches for faces close to those that have been registered. Correct recognition of faces cannot be guaranteed. In some cases, the camera may be unable to correctly distinguish between people with similar facial characteristics, such as parents and children and brothers and sisters. When using Face Recognition, the facial characteristics are extracted for performing recognition, and so this process takes longer than regular Face Detection. For subjects registered as newborns and infants (people with birthdays set to less than 3 years), is displayed, and the picture will be taken to give the skin a more healthy appearance.
In addition to automatic scene detection, INTELLIGENT ISO , I.EXPOSURE, and BACKLIGHT COMPENSATION will operate automatically. The following menu items may be set in INTELLIGENT AUTO Mode. (REC menu): PICTURE SIZE 1, BURST, COLOR MODE 1, FACE RECOG. 1 (MOTION PICTURE menu) : REC MODE, REC QUALITY 1, COLOR MODE 1 (SETUP menu 2): CLOCK SET, WORLD TIME, BEEP 1, LANGUAGE 1 Items that may be set differ from other recording modes. 2 Other items in the SETUP menu will reflect settings made in other recording modes. According to the following conditions, different scene types may be determined for the same subject. Face contrast, conditions of subject (size, distance, colouring, movement), zoom ratio, sunset, sunrise, low brightness, jitter If desired scene type is not selected, we recommend manually selecting the appropriate recording mode. We recommend using a tripod and the self-timer with i NIGHT SCENERY and i NIGHT PORTRAIT. When jitter is small (e.g. using tripod) e.g. Face too large i PORTRAIT becomes i MACRO with i NIGHT SCENERY, shutter speed can reach a maximum of 8 seconds. Do not move the camera. The settings for the following functions are fixed. AUTO REVIEW: 2 SEC. POWER SAVE: 5 MIN. GUIDE LINE: WHITE BALANCE: AWB QUALITY: (Fine) STABILIZER: AUTO AF MODE: (Face detection) 1 AF ASSIST LAMP: ON METERING MODE: (Multiple) PRE AF: Q-AF 1 (11-area-focusing) when face cannot be recognised The following functions cannot be used. HISTOGRAM, EXPOSURE, AUTO BRACKET, MULTI ASPECT , WB ADJUST., DIGITAL ZOOM, MIN. SHTR SPEED, AUDIO REC.
Even if a subject where the focus was locked (AF Lock) moves, the camera can continue to keep it in focus.
Set AF MODE to AF tracking
To cancel AF tracking Pressagain.
AF tracking frame
Align the AF tracking frame with the subject, and then lock.
To cancel AF Lock Press. The optimum scene is detected for the subject where the focus was locked (AF Lock).
AF Lock successful: Yellow AF Lock failed: Red (flash)
Face recognition will be inactive while using AF tracking.
Taking pictures with your own settings
NORMAL PICTURE mode
Mode: Using REC menu to change settings and set up your own recording environment.
Align focus for desired composition
Useful when subject is not in centre of picture.
Shutter button Zoom lever Status indicator illuminated for approx. 1 second.
First adjust focus according to subject
Subjects/environments which may make focusing difficult: Fast-moving or extremely bright objects, or objects with no colour contrast. Taking pictures through glass or near objects emitting light. In dark, or with significant jitter. When too close to object or when taking pictures of both distant and close objects together in the same picture. We recommend using the Face detection function when taking pictures of people.
Hold down halfway AF area
(NORMAL PICTURE mode)
To use zoom
Return to desired composition Take a picture
Focus display (when focus aligned: flashing illuminated) Press fully AF area
AF area (Aligns focus with subject; when complete: red/white green) Press fully
When (jitter alert) is displayed, use the optical image stabilizer, a tripod, or the self-timer. If aperture value or shutter speed is displayed in red, correct exposure has not been achieved. Use flash or change SENSITIVITY settings.
Jitter alert display
The focus display flashes and beep sounds when focus is not aligned. Use the focus range displayed in red as a reference. Even if the focus display is lit, the camera may be unable to bring the subject into focus if it is out of range. AF area is displayed larger in dark conditions or when using digital zoom. Most displays are temporarily cleared from screen when the shutter button is pressed halfway.
Shutter speeds are as follows: , , , : 1/- 1/2000th , : 1/8 2, 3 - 1/2000th 2 Varies according to MIN. SHTR SPEED setting. 3 Max. 1/4 sec. when INTELLIGENT ISO in use; max. 1 sec. when STABILIZER set to OFF or when blur is insignificant. Also varies according to INTELLIGENT AUTO mode, SCENE MODE, zoom position.
Taking images with self-timer
Mode: We recommend using a tripod. This is also effective for correcting jitter when pressing the shutter button, by setting the self timer to 2 seconds.
Viewing your pictures (NORMAL PLAY)
REC/PLAY switch: When there is no card inserted, the pictures played back from the built-in memory. (Clipboard pictures can only be played back in CLIPBOARD mode.) Zoom lever
Display SELFTIMER Set to
Select time duration
Scroll through pictures
File number Displayed for approx. 5 sec. Picture number/ Total pictures Previous Next
Take an image
Press fully the shutter button to start recording after the preset time.
To enlarge (playback zoom)
Hold down to quickly scroll forwards/ backwards. (Only file numbers change while held down; picture is displayed when released) Scroll speed increases the longer you press. (Speed may vary according to playback conditions) If file number is not displayed, press display button. After the final picture, display returns to the first picture. Some pictures edited on computer may not be able to be viewed on this camera. If the REC/PLAY switch is moved from to while the power is on, the lens barrel will be retracted after approx. 15 seconds. This camera is compliant with the unified DCF (Design rule for Camera File system) standard formulated by the Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association (JEITA), and with Exif (Exchangeable image file format). Files that are not DCF-compliant cannot be played back.
Turn to T side
To cancel while in operation Press MENU/SET Self-timer indicator (Flashes for set duration)
Current zoom position (displayed for 1 sec.) Zoom ratio: 1x/2x/4x/8x/16x To reduce zoom Turn lever towards W side Move zoom position
Select the pictures to delete
(Repeat) To release Press DISPLAY again
Picture selected To cancel press MENU/SET. May take time depending on number of pictures deleted. ALL DELETE EXCEPT (FAVORITE) may be selected in DELETE ALL when FAVORITE is set to ON and pictures have been registered.
1 Turn the PC on and insert the CD-ROM containing the Operating Instructions (supplied). 2 Open the MANUAL folder in the CD-ROM and then copy the PDF file with the desired language inside the folder. 3 Double click the PDF file to open it.
Pictures cannot be deleted in the following cases: Protected pictures Card switch is in LOCK position. Pictures not of DCF standard (P.29) Motion pictures can also be deleted. To delete clipboard pictures, set mode dial to. To delete all data including protected images, perform FORMAT.
Specifications DMC-TZ7/ DMC-ZS3
Digital Camera: Information for your safety
Power Source Power Consumption Camera effective pixels Image sensor Lens Digital zoom Extra optical zoom Focus Focus range Normal/Motion picture Macro/Intelligent Auto/ Clipboard Scene mode Shutter system Motion picture recording 50 cm (Wide)/2 m (Tele) to 3 cm (Wide)/1 m (Tele) to (2 m unless max.T) There may be difference in above settings. Electronic shutter + Mechanical shutter AVCHD Lite 1280 x 720 pixels 50p recordings (Only when using an SD Memory Card) CCD output is at 25fps Approx. 17 Mbps/Approx. 13 Mbps/Approx. 9 Mbps (VBR), with stereo audio Motion JPEG 1280 x 720 pixels / 848 x 480 pixels / 640 x 480 pixels / 320 x 240 pixels ( Only when using an SD Memory Card) 30 frames/second with stereo audio 2.3 pictures/second (Burst), Approx. 1.8 pictures/second (Unlimited) Max. 5 pictures (Standard), max. 3 pictures (Fine), Depends on the remaining capacity of the built-in memory or the card (Unlimited). Approx. 10 pictures/second (Speed priority) Approx. 6 pictures/second (Image priority) Approx. 15 pictures (When using the built-in memory, immediately after formatting) Max. 100 pictures (When using a card, it may differ depending on the type of card and the recording conditions) AUTO/80/100/200/400/800/1600 [HIGH SENS.] mode: 1600 - to 1/2000 th [STARRY SKY] mode: 15 seconds, 30 seconds, 60 seconds AUTO/Daylight/Cloudy/Shade/Halogen/White set AUTO (Programme AE) Exposure compensation (1/3 EV Step, -2 EV to +2 EV) Multiple/Centre weighted/Spot DC 5.1 V When recording: 1.3 W When playing back: 0.6 W 10,100,000 pixels 1/2.33 CCD, total pixel number 12,700,000 pixels Primary colour filter Optical 12 x zoom f=4.1 mm to 49.2 mm (35 mm film camera equivalent: 25 mm to 300 mm)/ F3.3 to F4.9 Max. 4 x Max. 21.4 x Normal/AF Macro/Macro zoom Face detection/AF tracking/11-area-focusing/ 1-area-focusing (High speed)/1-area-focusing/Spot-focusing
3.0 low-temperature polycrystalline TFT LCD (Approx. 460,800 dots) (field of view ratio about 100 %) Flash range: (ISO AUTO) Approx. 60 cm to 5.3 m (Wide) AUTO, AUTO/Red-eye reduction, Forced flash ON (Forced flash ON/ Red-eye reduction), Slow sync./Red-eye reduction, Forced flash OFF Stereo Monaural Built-in Memory (Approx. 40 MB)/SD Memory Card/SDHC Memory Card/ MultiMediaCard (Still pictures only) When the aspect ratio setting is [ ] 3648 x 2736 pixels / 3072 x 2304 pixels / 2560 x 1920 pixels / 2048 x 1536 pixels / 1600 x 1200 pixels / 640 x 480 pixels ] When the aspect ratio setting is [ 3776 x 2520 pixels / 3168 x 2112 pixels / 2656 x 1768 pixels / 2112 x 1408 pixels / 2048 x 1360 pixels ] When the aspect ratio setting is [ 3968 x 2232 pixels / 3328 x 1872 pixels / 2784 x 1568 pixels / 2208 x 1248 pixels / 1920 x 1080 pixels
Flash Microphone Speaker Recording media Picture size Still picture
Motion pictures Quality Recording file format Still Picture Still pictures with audio Motion pictures Interface Terminal Dimensions (excluding the projection part) Mass Operating temperature Operating humidity
1280 x 720 pixels / 848 x 480 pixels / 640 x 480 pixels / 320 x 240 pixels ( Only when using an SD Memory Card) Fine/Standard JPEG (based on Design rule for Camera File system, based on Exif 2.21 standard)/DPOF corresponding JPEG (based on Design rule for Camera File system, based on Exif 2.21 standard) + QuickTime AVCHD Lite/QuickTime Motion JPEG Digital: USB 2.0 (High Speed) Analogue video/audio: NTSC/PAL Composit (Switched by menu), Audio line output (stereo) HDMI: HDMI mini cable (type C) AV/DIGITAL/MULTI: Dedicated jack (14 pin) Approx. 103.3 mm (W) x 59.6 mm (H) x 32.8 mm (D) Excluding card and battery: Approx. 206 With card and battery: Approx. C to 40 C 10 % to 80 %
Burst recording Burst speed Number of recordable pictures Hi-speed burst Burst speed Number of recordable pictures ISO sensitivity Shutter speed White balance Exposure (AE) Metering mode
Battery charger (Panasonic DE-A66B (DMC-TZ7(GC/GJ), DMC-ZS3GH), DE-A66E (DMC-TZ7SG)): Information for your safety
Output Input CHARGE 4.2 V 0.65 A 110 V to 240 V 50/60Hz, 0.2 A (DMC-TZ7(GC/GJ), DMC-ZS3GH) 100 V to 240 V 50/60Hz, 0.2 A (DMC-TZ7SG)
Battery Pack (lithium-ion) (Panasonic DMW-BCG10E): Information for your safety
Voltage/capacity (Minimum) 3.6 V / 895 mAh
Specifications DMC-TZ6/ DMC-ZS1
Power Source Power Consumption Camera effective pixels Image sensor Lens DC 5.1 V When recording: 1.2 W When playing back: 0.6 W 10,100,000 pixels 1/2.5 CCD, total pixel number 10,300,000 pixels Primary colour filter Optical 12 x zoom f=4.1 mm to 49.2 mm (35 mm film camera equivalent: 25 mm to 300 mm)/ F3.3 to F4.9 Max. 4 x Max. 21.4 x Normal/AF Macro/Macro zoom Face detection/AF tracking/11-area-focusing/ 1-area-focusing (High speed)/1-area-focusing/Spot-focusing
2.7 amorphous silicon TFT LCD (Approx. 230,400 dots) (field of view ratio about 100 %) Flash range: (ISO AUTO) Approx. 60 cm to 5.3 m (Wide) AUTO, AUTO/Red-eye reduction, Forced flash ON (Forced flash ON/ Red-eye reduction), Slow sync./Red-eye reduction, Forced flash OFF Monaural Monaural Built-in Memory (Approx. 40 MB)/SD Memory Card/SDHC Memory Card/ MultiMediaCard (Still pictures only)
LUMIX Digital Cameras - Super Zoom - DMC-TZ7 - Specification - UK & Ireland
09-12-31 11:30 AM
UK & Ireland
LUMIX Digital Cameras
DMC-TZ7 Digital Camera
LUMIX Super Zoom Digital Camera 12x Optical Zoom 25mm Ultra Wide-angle LEICA DC Lens HD Movie Recording in AVCHD Lite with Dolby Stereo Digital Creator Advanced iA (Intelligent Auto) Mode with Face Recognition and Movie iA Mode Large 3.0-inch, 460,000-dot High-resolution Intelligent LCD with Wide-viewing Angle Venus Engine HD with HDMI Compatibility and VIERA Link View Angles
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Camera Effective Pixels Sensor Size / Total Pixels / Filter Aperture Optical Zoom Focal Length Extra Optical Zoom (EZ) Lens 2-Speed Zoom Optical Image Stabilizer Digital Zoom Focusing Area Focus Range Display AF Assist Lamp Focus AF Metering Shutter Speed 10.1 Megapixels 1/2.33-inch / 12.7 Total Megapixels / Primary Colour Filter F3.3 - 4.9 / Iris Diaphragm (F3.3 - 6.3 (W) / F4.9 - 6.3 (T)) 12x f=4.1-49.2mm (25-300mm in 35mm equiv.) 14.3x (4:3 / 7M), 17.1x (4:3 / 5M), 21.4x (under 3M) LEICA DC VARIO-ELMAR / 10 elements in 8 groups / (2 Aspherical Lenses / 3 Aspherical surfaces, 2 ED lens) Yes MEGA O.I.S. (Auto / Mode1 / Mode2) 4x / ( Max. 48.0 x combined with Optical Zoom without Extra Optical Zoom ) / (Max.85.5x combined with Extra Optical Zoom) Normal: Wide 50cm/ Tele 200cm - infinity / Macro / Intelligent AUTO / Clipboard : Wide 3cm / Max 200cm / Tele 100cm - infinity Yes Yes Normal / Macro, Continuous AF (On / Off), AF Tracking (On / Off), Quick AF (On / Off) Face / AF Tracking / Multi (11pt) / 1pt HS / 1pt / Spot 8-1/2000 sec (Selectable minimum shutter speed) / Starry Sky Mode : 15, 30, 60sec.
Face Recognition Optical Image Stabilizer Intelligent ISO Control Face Detection Photo Photo & Movie Photo Photo & Movie
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Intelligent Scene Selector Intelligent Exposure AF Tracking Digital Red Eye Correction File Format AVCHD Lite REC Mode Switch One-Touch Movie Button Mode Dial Still Image Scene Mode Photo (Portrait, Scenery, Night Portrait, Night Scenery, Macro), & Movie (Portrait, Scenery, Low Light, Macro) Photo & Movie Photo Photo Still Image: JPEG (DCF / Exif2.21) / Image with Audio: JPEG (DCF / Exif2.21) + QuickTime / Motion picture: AVCHD Lite, QuickTime Motion JPEG NTSC / PAL (Depends on Region) [Recording] / [Playback] Yes Intelligent AUTO, Normal Picture, MySCN1, MySCN2, SCN, Clipboard Portrait, Soft Skin, Transform, Self-Portrait, Scenery, Panorama Assist, Sports, Night Portrait, / Night Scenery, Food, Party, Candle Light, Baby1, Baby2, Pet, Sunset, High sensitivity, / Hi-Speed Burst (Image Priority / Speed Priority), Flash Burst, Starry Sky, Fireworks, Beach, Snow, / Aerial photo, Pinhole, Film Grain, Underwater Portrait, Soft Skin, Transform, Self-Portrait, Scenery, Low Light, / Food, Party, Candle Light, Sunset, Beach, Snow, Aerial, Pinhole, Film Grain, Underwater, High Sensitivity / (Activated by selecting Still Picture Scene Mode then pressing movie button. Still Picture Scene Modes without corresponding Movie Scene Mode is recorded in Normal Mode) Full-Resolution Image, 2.3 frames/sec Max. 5 images (Standard mode), Max 3 images (Fine Mode) / High-speed Burst Mode: approx. 6.0 frames/sec (image priority) approx. 10 frames/sec (speed priority) (recorded in 3M for 4:3, 2.5M for 3:2, 2M for 16:9) 1.8 frames/sec [4:3] VGA: 640 x 480 pixels, 30fps (Motion JPEG) QVGA: 320 x 240 pixels, 30 fps (Motion JPEG) / [16:9] WVGA: 848 x 480 pixels, 30 fps (Motion JPEG) / [HD Movie] 1280x720, NTSC Mode: NTSC model: 60p(CCD output is 30p) / PAL model: 50p(CCD output is 25p) (AVCHD Lite, SH: 17Mbps / H:13Mbps / L:9Mbps ) / 30fps (Motion JPEG) Program AE 1/3 EV step, +/-2 EV Yes (only in Intelligent AUTO mode) '+/- 1/3 EV ~1EV step, 3 frames Yes Intelligent Multiple/ Center Weighted/ Spot Auto / 80 / 100 / 200 / 400 / 800 / 1600 High Sensitivity (ISO 1600-6400) 4:3 / 3:2 / 16:9 [4:3] 3648 x 2736 (10M) / 3072 x 2304 (7M EZ) / 2560 x 1920 (5M EZ) / 2048 x 1536 (3M EZ) / 1600 x 1200 (2M EZ) / 640 x 480 (0.3M EZ) / [3:2] 3776 x 2520 (9.5M) / 3168x2112 (6.5M EZ / 2656x1768 (4.5M EZ) / 2112x1408 (3M EZ) / 2048 x 1360 (2.5M EZ) / [16:9] 3968 x 2232 (9M) / 3328x1872 (6M EZ) / 2784x1568 (4.5M EZ) / 2208x1248 2.5M EZ) / 1920 x 1080 (2M EZ) Fine / Standard Auto / Daylight / Cloudy / Shade / Halogen / White Set / White Balance Adjustment (10steps, except for auto set) / (Selectable at Portrait, Soft Skin, Transform, Self-Portrait, Sports, Baby, Pet, High Sensitivity, Highspeed Burst, Pinhole, Panorama Assist mode Yes Standard, Natural, Vivid, Black & White, Sepia, Cool, Warm 5 sec Max. 10sec Yes Yes (2 patterns) 1sec, 2sec, Hold, Zoom Yes No / Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 2sec / 10sec
Movie Scene Mode
Continuous Shooting Mode
Unlimited consecutive shooting Motion Picture Recording
Exposure Exposure Compensation Backlight Compensation Auto (AE) Bracketing Multi-Aspect Light Metering ISO Sensitivity Aspect Ratio Still Picture Recording
Image Quality White Balance
Quick Menu Colour Mode Still Image with Audio Recording Audio Dubbing Real-time histogram Composition Guide line Auto Review Review Easy Zoom / Zoom Resume Optical Zoom in Motion Picture Macro Zoom Orientation Detector Scene Mode Help Screen Self Timer
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Focus Icon Select Yes (in Face Recognition only)
Playback Mode Thumbnails / Zoomed Playback Calender Display / Dual-Image Playback Set Favorites / Rotate Image Playback Still Images with Audio Playback Motion Picture Slideshow Mode Show Histogram Delete Image DPOF Print Setting / Set Protection Resize / Trim / Aspect Conv. / Leveling Copy / Title Edit/ Text Stamp PictBridge Support Normal Playback, Slideshow, Mode Playback, Category Playback, Favourites Playback 12,30-thumbnails / Max 16x Yes / No Yes / No Yes Yes (Motion JPEG / AVCHD Lite) All / Still Images Only / Motion Picture Only / Favourites / Category / BGM Effect (Natural / Slow / Swing / Urban / OFF) Yes Single / Multi / All / All except Favourites Yes / Yes Yes / Yes / Yes / Yes Yes / Yes / Yes Single / Multi / All / Favourites / DPOF
OSD language Viera Link HDMI Output Movie REC Guide Wind-Cut in Motion Picture Travel Date / World Time Japanese, English, German, French, Italian, Spanish Yes Video: Auto / 1080i / 720p / 576p (PAL) / 480p (NTSC) Audio: Dolby Digital Stereo Creator Yes Yes Yes / Yes
LCD Monitor Built-in-Flash Recording Media Built-in-Memory Microphone / Speaker Interface 3.0" TFT LCD Display (460K dots) / Field of View : approx. 100%, Wide Viewing Angle / AUTO Power LCD mode, Power LCD mode Auto, Auto/Red-eye Reduction, Forced On, Slow Sync./Red-eye Reduction, Forced Off 0.6 - 5.3m (Wide/ISO Auto), 1.0 - 3.6m (Tele/ISO Auto) Built-in Memory, SD Memory Card, SDHC Memory Card, MultiMediaCard (Still image only) approx. 40MB Stereo / Yes miniHDMI, USB2.0 High speed / AV Output (NTSC/PAL or NTSC only) / DC Input (requires optional Multi Conversion Adapter)
Power Battery life (approx.) Included Software Standard Accessories Dimensions(W x H x D) Weight ID-Security Li-ion Battery Pack (3.6V, 895mAh) (Included) / AC Adaptor (Input: 110-240V AC) (Optional) 300 pictures (CIPA Standard) PHOTOfunSTUDIO v3.0 HD Edition / ArcSoft (MediaImpression / Panorama Maker) / USB Driver, QuickTime Battery Charger, Battery Pack, Battery Case / AV Cable, USB Connection Cable, AC Cable / Hand Strap, CD-ROM 103.3 x 59.6 x 32.8 mm (4.07 x 2.35 x 1.29 in) Approx. 206g (0.45 lb) Approx. 229g with Battery and SD Memory Card (0.50 lb)
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