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Lumix G Vario Lens H FS014045 (14 45mm lens)
User reviews and opinions
|tpod||12:00pm on Tuesday, October 26th, 2010|
|The quality of photos depends on the person operating the camera more than the camera itself. The camera works well in most situations. The lens to have with this camera is the 45mm Leica f2.8 macro lens. I use the 20mm and the 45mm for basically everything. With a crop factor of 2x. I can?t even begin to tell you how much fun I?m having with this camera. The build is solid and feels great both in hand and hanging around your neck.|
|AdrianaLimma||6:26pm on Monday, October 18th, 2010|
|The GF1 is an amazing camera with great image quality and small size. Fits very nicely in the hand just like an old school rangefinder.|
|jm_pearl21||1:20am on Tuesday, October 12th, 2010|
|[...] Good Image Stabilization, Good in Low Light, Short Lag Time, Nice Body Color This is a beautiful camera. You will enjoy it! Good Image Stabilization, Short Lag Time, Great Zoom, Nice Body Color, Good in Low Light|
|darylsoh||9:05pm on Tuesday, September 7th, 2010|
|This is a Digital SLR camera rather than digital camera which means it can take picture while in motion and still the picture can be awesome like no d...|
|Hannigaholic||7:20pm on Saturday, August 28th, 2010|
|The quality of photos depends on the person operating the camera more than the camera itself. The camera works well in most situations.|
|cyrichards||6:55am on Wednesday, August 25th, 2010|
|I have been researching this camera for a while. This week my camera was delivered and I got to feel it and use all the functions. I am a novice photographer. Before gf1, I only use DC. But after use digital camera.|
|desmond||11:38am on Monday, August 2nd, 2010|
|Met Expectations I bought this to take better photos of my kids. I read a lot about the pluses and minuses so I knew what to expect.|
|clausawits||2:57am on Thursday, July 29th, 2010|
|Excellent I think this is the ultimate travel camera. The f1.7 lens is amazing with nice smooth bokeh. An excellent small camera I am an amateur, but very passionate photographer. I bought this camera for street photography.|
|Frankvk||10:00pm on Tuesday, June 1st, 2010|
|Convergence technology that works Fed up as I was of lugging about small back packs full of lenses, adapters.|
|Khad||11:19pm on Saturday, May 22nd, 2010|
|I have a Nikon D300 w/variety of lenses and shoot outside most of the time (nature/travel). I loathe point and shoots. This camera is exactly what I wanted: an easy to carry compromise between an SLR and a point and shoot.|
|sichen||12:06pm on Wednesday, March 17th, 2010|
|Interesting conclusion. I bought the Canon S90 as my pocket camera to replace the bulky P80 And TZ Panasonic for everyday use. I used this camera for about 6 months. Probably the best "small" camera I have owned. Have taken on several trips, and overall. Fantastic camera to behold but is comprimised in the handling dept.|
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2010 LUMIX GF1 DIGITAL CAMERA
HIGH Quality PERFORMANCE in AN ULTRA-Compact, STYLISH Design DSLR picture quality in a compact design. HD MOVIE RECORDING IN AVCHD LITE FORMAT Record HD quality movies. I ntelligent Auto Mode with Peripheral Defocus Automatically adjusts to ensure great photos under any condition. Digital Interchangeable Lens System 1445mm Zoom Lens Kit (28 90mm in 35mm Equivalent): DMC-GFIK-K 20mm Pancake Lens Kit (40mm in 35mm Equivalent): DMC-GFIC-K Micro Four-Thirds System Built-In Flash 12.1 Megapixel Live MOS Sensor Venue Engine HD
2010 LUMIX DMC-GF1 Digital Camera Specifications
TYPE IMAGE SENSOR RECORDING SYSTEM Type Recording media Image sensor size Lens mount Type Total pixels Camera effective pixels Color filter Dust reduction system Recording file format DMC-GF1 Digital interchangeable lens system camera Recording media SD memory card, SDHC memory card 17.3 x 13.0 mm (in 4:3 aspect ratio) Micro Four Thirds mount Live MOS Sensor 13.1 Megapixels 12.1 Megapixels Primary color filter Supersonic wave filter Still Image: JPEG(DCF, Exif 2.21), RAW, DPOF compatible Still Image with Audio: JPEG(DCF, Exif 2.21) + QuickTime Motion Image: AVCHD Lite / QuickTime Motion JPEG 4:3, 3:2, 16:9, 1:1 RAW, RAW+Fine, RAW+Standard, Fine, Standard sRGB, Adobe RGB [4:3] 4000 x 3000(L), 2816 x 2112(M), 2048 x 1536(S) [3:2] 4000 x 2672(L), 2816 x 1880(M), 2048 x 1360(S) [16:9] 4000 x 2248(L), 2816 x 1584(M), 1920 x 1080(S) [1:1] 2992 x 2992(L), 2112 x 2112(M), 1504 x 1504(S) [4:3] QVGA: 320 x 240, 30fps/VGA: 640 x 480, 30fps [16:9] WVGA: 848 x 480, 30fps [HD] 1280 x 720, 30fps [HD] 1280 x 720, 60p (sensor output is 30fps)(SH: 17Mbps, H: 13Mbps, L: 9Mbps)
Aspect ratio Image quality Color space File size(Pixels)
Motion JPEG NTSC
AVCHD LITE Continuous recordable time (Motion Images) FOCUS EXPOSURE CONTROL WHITE BALANCE SHUTTER SCENE MODE MY COLOR MODE BURST SHOOTING BUILT-IN-FLASH LCD MONITOR LIVE VIEW FILM MODE PLAYBACK IMAGE PROTECTION/ ERASE PRINT INTERFACE LANGUAGE POWER DIMENSIONS/ WEIGHT OPERATING ENVIRONMENT STANDARD ACCESSORIES Actual recordable time (Motion Images) Type Focus mode AF mode AF detective range AF assist lamp AF lock Others Light metering system Light metering mode Metering range Exposure mode ISO sensitivity (Standard Output Sensitivity) Exposure compensation AE lock AE bracket White balance White balance adjustment Color temperature setting White balance bracket Type Shutter speed Self timer Remote control Still Image SCN mode Movie SCN mode My Color Mode Burst speed Number of recordable images Type Flash mode Synchronization speed Flash output adjustment Flash synchronization Hot shoe Type Monitor size Pixels Field of view Monitor adjustment LCD mode Digital zoom Extra optical zoom Other functions Color Black and white Others Playback mode Protection Erase Direct print USB HDMI Audio video output Remote Built-in microphone External microphone terminal Speaker OSD language Battery Battery life Dimensions (W x H x D) Weight Operating temperature Operating humidity Software Standard accessories
AVCHD Lite with picture quality set to [SH]: Approx. 210 min with H-H020/Approx. 170 min with H-FS014045 Motion JPEG with picture quality set to [HD]: Approx. 210 min with H-H020/Approx. 170 min with H-FS014045 AVCHD Lite with picture quality set to [SH]: Approx. 110 min with H-H020/Approx. 100 min with H-FS014045 Motion JPEG with picture quality set to [HD]: Approx. 110 min with H-H020/Approx. 100 min with H-FS014045 Contrast AF system AFS/AFC/MF Face detection/AF Tracking/23-area-focusing/1-area-focusing EV 0-18 (F3.5 lens, ISO 100) YES AF/AE LOCK button or Shutter button halfway pressed in AFs mode Pre AF(Quick AF/Continuous AF),AF+MF, MF Assist(5x, 10x) 144-zone multi-pattern sensing system Intelligent Multiple/Center Weighted/Spot EV 0-18 (F2.0 lens, ISO 100) Program AE, Aperture Priority AE, Shutter Priority AE, Manual Auto/100/200/400/800/1600/3200/Intelligent ISO 1/3EV Step 3EV AF/AE LOCK button or Shutter button halfway pressed 3,5,7 frame, in 1/3 or 2/3 EV Step, 2 EV Auto/Daylight/Cloudy/Shade/Halogen/Flash/White Set 1,2/Color temperature setting Blue/amber bias, Magenta/green bias 2500-10000K in 100K 3 exposures in blue/amber axis or in magenta/green axis Focal-plane shutter Still Images: 1/4000 ~ 60 and Bulb (up to approx. 4minutes) 2sec/10sec/10sec, 3 images Remote control with bulb function by DMW-RSL1 (Optional) Portrait/Soft Skin/Scenery/Architecture/Sports/Peripheral Defocus/Flower/Food/Objects/Night Portrait/Night Scenery/Illuminations/Baby 1,2/Pet/Party/Sunset
Portrait/Soft Skin/Scenery/Architecture/Sports/Flower/Food/Objects/Low Light/Party/Sunset (Activated by selecting Still Image SCN mode then pressing Movie Button. Still Image SCN modes without corresponding Movie SCN mode is recorded in Normal mode or other related mode.) Expressive/Retro/Pure/Elegant/Monochrome/Dynamic Art/Silhouette/Custom(Color/Brightness/Saturation/adjustable) 3 frames/sec (High speed) or 2 frames/sec (Low speed) 7 images (when there are RAW files with the particular speed) Unlimited consecutive shooting (when there are no RAW files) (depending on memory card size, battery power, picture size, and compression) TTL Built-in-Flash, GN6.0 equivalent (ISO 100 m), Built-in Pop-up Auto, Auto/Red-eye Reduction, Forced On, Forced On/Red-eye Reduction, Slow Sync., Slow Sync./Red-eye Reduction, Forced Off Less than 1/160 second 1/3EV Step 2EV 1st. Curtain Sync, 2nd Curtain Sync. TTL Auto with FL220/FL360/FL500(Optional) Low temperature Polycrystalline TFT LCD 3.0inch/3:2 Aspect/Wide viewing angle 460K dots Approx. 100% Brightness (7 levels), Color (7 levels) Off/Auto Power LCD/Power LCD 2x, 4x Max.2x (Not effective with L size recording. Magnifi cation ratio depends on the recording pixels and aspect ratio.) Guide Lines (3 patterns) Real-time Histogram Standard/Dynamic/Nature/Smooth/Nostalgic/Vibrant Standard/Dynamic/Smooth My Film1/My Film2/Multi Film Normal playback, 30-thumbnail display, 12-thumbnail display, Calendar display, Zoomed playback (16x Max.), Slideshow, Playback Mode (Normal/Picture/AVCHD Lite/Motion JPEG/Category/Favorite), Title Edit, Text Stamp, Resize, Trimming, Aspect Conversion, Rotate, Rotate Display, Print Set, Protect, Audio Dubbing Single/Multi or Cancel Single/Multi/All/Except Favorite PictBridge compatible Print size, Layout, Date setting is selectable USB 2.0 High Speed miniHDMI TypeC Video: Auto/1080i/720p/480p Audio: Dolby Digital Creator Monaural Type, NTSC
2.5mm. Monaural, Wind-cut: Off/Low/Standard/High NO YES English/Spanish/French/Portuguese ID-Security Li-ion Battery Pack (7.2V, 1250mAh) (Included) Battery Charger/AC Adapter (Input: 110-240V AC, DC Cable is required) CIPA Standard : Approx. 380 images(LCD), Approx. 430 images(optional LVF) with H-H020 Approx. 350 images(LCD), Approx. 400 images(optional LVF) with H-FSx 71 x 36.3mm / 4.69 x 2.80 x 1.43 in Approx. 285g / 10.05 oz Body only 0C to 40C (32F to 104F) 10% to 80% PHOTOfunSTUDIO 4.0 HD Edition, SILKYPIX Developer Studio 3.0 SE, USB Driver Battery Charger/AC Adapter, Battery Pack, Body Cap, AV Cable, USB Connection Cable, AC Cable, Shoulder Strap, CD-ROM
FCC NOTICE (USA) Declaration of Conformity
Model Number: AG-AF100P Trade Name: Panasonic Responsible Party: Panasonic Corporation of North America One Panasonic Way, Secaucus, NJ 07094 Support contact: 1-800-524-1448 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. To assure continued compliance, follow the attached installation instructions and do not make any unauthorized modifications. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. The user may find the booklet Something About Interference available from FCC local regional offices helpful.
To assure continued FCC emission limit compliance, follow the attached installation instructions and the user must use only shielded interface cables when connecting to host computer or peripheral devices. Also any unauthorized changes or modifications to this equipment could void the user's authority to operate this device.
This class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003. Cet appareil numique de la classe B est conforme la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
About this manual
Precaution for use (continued)
AVCHD is a standard for the recording and playback of highly detailed, high-definition video. Video is compressed in the MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 formats, and audio is recorded in Dolby Digital or linear PCM.
What is AVCHD?
Information regarding compatibility of SDHC Memory Cards and recorded video
SDHC/SDXC Memory Cards cannot be used with non-SDHC-compatible equipment. Ensure that all equipment is SDHC/SDXC-compatible when using card with other devices.
SDHC/SDXC Memory Cards
Compatibility of recorded video
Recorded video cannot be used with non-AVCHD-compatible equipment. For details, please see your products operating instructions. Recorded video cannot be played back on non-compatible (non-AVCHD-compatible) equipment. Playback may not always be possible on all AVCHD-compatible equipment. Please use this product for playback in such instances.
Before use Battery AC Adaptor (Battery charger) AC power supply cords/ DC cord Wireless remote control and battery (CR2025) (Page 27)
Eye cup (Page 29)
Microphone holder (Page 41 of Vol.2)
Microphone holder screws M4) (Page 41 of Vol.2) Length 6-mm (M4) (2) Length 12-mm (M4) (2)
Microphone holder adaptor (Page 41 of Vol.2)
Cable clamper (Page 41 of Vol.2)
Screws for cable clamper Length 4-mm (M2) (1) (Page 41 of Vol.2)
The following accessories are attached to the unit. Bodycap Handle Grip INPUT 1/2 terminal cover (2)
Please consult a retailer when purchasing additional accessories.
XLR microphone AG-MC200G Battery VW-VBG6 (7.2 V, 5800 mAh (typ.))
MENU EXEC MENU EXEC
START/ STOP 2
DISP/ POWER FUNCTION USER 1 MODE CHK OFF ON CAM MODE
DISP/ POWER FUNCTION USER 1 MODE CHK OFF ON CAM MODE A
IRIS GAIN WHITE BAL
B A PRST
1 POWER switch (Page 27) 2 MODE button (Page 28 of Vol.2) 3 DISP/MODE CHK button (Page 6 of Vol.2) 4 Viewfinder (Page 29) 5 Diopter adjustment dial (Page 29) 6 Built-in speaker (Page 40 of Vol.2) 7 START/STOP2 button (Page 35) 8 MENU button (Page 44) 9 EXEC button (Page 35 of Vol.2) 10 OPERATION lever 11 AUDIO MON/ADV button (Pages 12 and 40 of Vol.2) 12 LCD monitor (Page 30, Page 45 of Vol.2) 13 Built-in microphone (Page 17 of Vol.2) 14 Light shoe 15 Major hook 16 ND dial (Page 41) 17 IRIS dial (Page 40) 18 IRIS button (Page 40)
Basic operations of the camera
Temporarily switching to auto focus Even if you have switched FOCUS to M (MANUAL) the camera will focus automatically while you press down PUSH AUTO. Auto focus may not work properly if there is flickering. Select a shutter speed suited to the ambient light. (Page 14 of Vol.2) If the auto focus mode is set with any format except 60i, 60P, 50i and 50p, controlling the focus will take slightly longer than in the normal focus mode. Auto focus is not available for some models of lens. Auto focus is not available when using the VFR function. The focus position display does not move linearly.
PUSH AUTO FOCUS switch button
1 Use the FOCUS switch to choose how to
control focusing. A (AUTO): Auto focus mode M (MANUAL): Manual focus mode Turn the focus ring by hand. : The camera first focuses on infinity, then it switches to manual focus. The FOCUS switch automatically moves back to M (MANUAL) after you move it to.
Basic operations of the camera (continued) Using focus assist Iris adjustments
Assign FA to any of the USER buttons in the menu SW MODE screen. The contours of the image is taken in the red outline. Adjust the focus so that the subject to focus is surrounded by the red outline.
2 Press the button assigned FA.
1 Press the IRIS button to switch how to
adjust the aperture of lens. AUTO IRIS: Adjust the iris automatically. MANUAL IRIS: Adjust the iris manually. lens when in the manual iris mode. In the auto iris mode, the lens iris can be corrected using this dial.
2 Turn the IRIS dial to adjust the aperture of
Set the direction of the IRIS DIAL and aperture control in the setup menus, SW MODE screen, IRIS DIAL. (Page 54 of Vol.2) Depending on your lens, AUTO IRIS may not operate. Depending on your lens, the CLOSE function may not work during the IRIS operation. Depending on your lens, for example if you are using a mount adaptor, the IRIS dial may not operate. Operate the IRIS ring of the lens. See the display on the iris meter for the status of the light intensity. For details on the iris meter display, see page 47 of Vol. 2.
Adjusting the gain
When the display is dark, increase the gain to brighten the display.
Light intensity adjustments
Use the ND dial to change the ND Filter used (filter to change light intensity). 1:ND filter is not used. 2:Cuts light intensity by up to about 1/4. 3:Cuts light intensity by up to about 1/16. 4:Cuts light intensity by up to about 1/64.
RECORDING SETUP (Page 56 of Vol.2)
TC/UB SETUP (Page 57 of Vol.2) AV IN/OUT SETUP (Page 58 of Vol.2)
DISPLAY SETUP (Pages 59 to 60 of Vol.2) CARD FUNCTIONS (Page 61 of Vol.2) CARD FORMAT CARD STATUS CLIP PROPERTY (only PB MENU) CARD READ CARD WRITE LOAD/SAVE/INT CARD READ RECORD USER CLIP NAME META DATA PROP CLIP COUNTER RST META INIT SET ZEBRA DETECT1 ZEBRA DETECT2 Y GET MARKER SAFETY ZONE CENTER MARKER FOCUS BAR REC COUNTER VIDEO OUT OSD IRIS METER DATE/TIME DATE FORMAT LEVEL METER ZOOM & FOCUS CARD & BATTERY OTHER DISPLAY LCD BACKLIGHT LCD SET EVF SET SELF SHOOT EVF MODE EVF COLOR LENS CHECK IR REMOTE TALLY LAMP CLOCK SET TIME ZONE POWER SAVE LANGUAGE SYSTEM FREQ SYSTEM INFO LENS INFO MENU INT OPERATION TIME UPDATE LENS UPDATE THUMBNAIL MODE INDICATOR DATA DISPLAY DATA FORMAT
USER FILE (Page 61 of Vol.2) META DATA (Page 62 of Vol.2)
PLAY SETUP (Page 64 of Vol.2)
PB FORMAT REPEAT PLAY RESUME PLAY SKIP MODE
THUMBNAIL (Page 65 of Vol.2) OPERATION (Page 65 of Vol.2) DELETE INDEX CLIP PROTECT COPY
OTHER FUNCTIONS (Pages 62 to 64 of Vol.2)
[General] Supply voltage: C 7.2 V D (when the battery is used)/ 7.3 V (when the AC adaptor is used) Power consumption: Recording: 12.4 W
Ambient operating temperature 0 C to 40 C (32 F to 104 F) Ambient operating humidity 10% to 80% (no condensation) Weight Approx. 1.3 kg (2.9 lb) (Excluding the handle, grip, battery and accessories) Dimensions (W x H x D) 163.4 mm 195 mm 290.4 mm (6-7/16 inches 7-11/16 inches 11-7/16 inches) (Including the handle and grip) [Camera] Pickup devices 4/3 MOS fixed pickup device Single panel (primary color filter) Number of pixels Effective pixels: 12.4 million approx. Single panel (16:9) Image size Valid image range Approx. 17.8 mm (H) Approx. 10.0 mm (V) Lens Not included Lens mount Micro Four Thirds system Lens mount ND filter 1/4, 1/16, 1/64 Gain settings -6 - +18dB (3dB increments) (VIDEO CAM mode) ISO200 ISO3200 (FILM CAM mode) Color temperature settings ATW, ATW LOCK, preset 3200K, preset 5600K, preset VAR, Ach, Bch
Shutter speed settings Preset when SYSTEM FREQ is 59.94 Hz 60i/60P mode: 1/60, 1/100, 1/120, 1/250, 1/500, 1/1000, 1/2000 seconds 30P mode: 1/30, 1/50, 1/60, 1/120, 1/250, 1/500, 1/1000, 1/2000 seconds 24P mode: 1/24, 1/50, 1/60, 1/120, 1/250, 1/500, 1/1000, 1/2000 seconds when SYSTEM FREQ is 50 Hz 50i/50P mode: 1/50, 1/60, 1/120, 1/250, 1/500, 1/1000, 1/2000 seconds 25P mode: 1/25, 1/50, 1/60, 1/120, 1/250, 1/500, 1/1000, 1/2000 seconds * Underline indicates when shutter is OFF Syncro scan (when SYSTEM FREQ is 59.94 Hz, and OPERATION TYPE is VIDEO CAM) 60i/60P mode: 1/60.0 seconds 1/250.6 seconds 30P mode: 1/30.0 seconds 1/250.6 seconds 24P mode: 1/24.0 seconds 1/250.6 seconds (when SYSTEM FREQ is 50 Hz, and OPERATION TYPE is VIDEO CAM) 50i/50P mode: 1/50.0 seconds 1/250.0 seconds 25P mode: 1/25.0 seconds to 1/250.0 seconds (OPERATION TYPE is FILM CAM) 10.0 d 180.0 d 360.0d (0.5d increments, angle display) * Underline indicates default Slow shutter speed settings when SYSTEM FREQ is 59.94 Hz 60i/60P mode: 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, 1/15, 1/30 seconds 30P mode: 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, 1/15 seconds 24P mode: 1/2, 1/3, 1/6, 1/12 seconds when SYSTEM FREQ is 50 Hz 50i/50P mode: 1/2, 1/3, 1/6, 1/12, 1/25 seconds 25P mode: 1/2, 1/3, 1/6, 1/12 seconds * nly when OPERATION TYPE is set to VIDEO O CAM
Normal sensitivity F8.0 normal (2000lx, 3200K, 89.9% reflex, 1080-59.94i) Horizontal resolution 800 TV lines (standard) (in the center of the screen) [Image/recording/playback] Recording Format AVCHD compliant Compression formats MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 Recording media SD Memory Card: to 512 MB, 1 GB, 2 GB Up (FAT12, FAT16 format supported) SDHC Memory Card: GB, 6 GB, 8 GB, 12 GB, 16 GB, 32 GB 4 (FAT32 format supported) SDXC memory cards: GB, 64GB (exFAT format supported) 48 However, above Class4 is supported in PH and HA modes, and above Class6 is supported during VFR recording. Recording format (Recording mode, resolution) (when SYSTEM FREQ is 59.94 Hz) 1080/59.94i PH PH 1080/29.97p PH 1080/23.98p PH 720/59.94p PH 720/29.97p PH 720/23.98p HA 1080/59.94i HE 1080/59.94i (when SYSTEM FREQ is 50 Hz) PH 1080/50i PH 1080/25p PH 720/50p PH 720/25p HA 1080/50i HE 1080/50i Transmission rate PH mode: 21 Mbps approx. (VBR) HA mode: 17 Mbps approx. (VBR) HE mode: 6 Mbps approx. (VBR) Interval recording Start/1 second/10 seconds/30 seconds /1min/2min * ecording mode is fixed to PH 1080/24P R (when SYSTEM FREQ is 59.94 Hz), PH 1080/25P(when SYSTEM FREQ is 50 Hz) and the maximum shooting time is 24 hours
VFR recording When REC FORMAT is 1080 24p/30p: 12/15/18/20/21/22/24/25/26/27/28/30/32/34/ 36/40/44/48/54/60 frame/sec When REC FORMAT is 1080 25p: 12/15/18/20/21/22/23/24/25/26/27/28/30/32/ 34/37/42/45/48/50 frame/sec [Image output] SDI output BNC, 0.8V [p-p], 75 HD HDI 1080/60i, 1080/24psF, 720/60p (when SYSTEM FREQ is 59.94 Hz) 1080/50i, 720/50p (when SYSTEM FREQ is 50 Hz) SD SDI 480/60i (when SYSTEM FREQ is 59.94 Hz) 576/50i (when SYSTEM FREQ is 50 Hz) HDMI terminal HDMI (HDMI TypeA terminal) 1080/60i, 720/60p, 480/60p (when SYSTEM FREQ is 59.94 Hz) 1080/50i, 720/50p, 576/50p (when SYSTEM FREQ is 50 Hz) (VIERA Link not supported) VIDEO terminal Pin jack, 1.0 V[p-p], 75 480/60i (when SYSTEM FREQ is 59.94 Hz) 576/50i (when SYSTEM FREQ is 50 Hz) [Audio recording playback] Recording format Dolby Digital/2ch (in HA/HE mode) Dolby Digital/2ch, linear PCM digital/2ch switch (only in PH mode) Sampling frequency 48 kHz Encoding 16 bit Compressed bit rate Dolby Digital PH mode: 384 kbps HA, HE mode: 256 kbps
Playback settings (PLAY SETUP). 32
Before calling for service.. 66 Updating the firmware incorporated into the unit. 70 Cleaning.. 71 Storage Precautions.. 72 How to handle data recorded on SD Memory Card. 73
Thumbnail operations.. 34
Selecting the thumbnail display method (THUMBNAIL)... 34 Deleting and protecting clips (OPERATION). 35 Copying clips (COPY).. 36 Format card and check clip and card information (CARD FUNCTIONS). 37 Fast forward/rewind.. 39 Next/previous clip.. 39 Frame-by-frame playback.. 40 Adjust volume... 40 Viewing images on a television. 40 Checking the date and time.. 40.
Useful playback functions.. 39
Connecting external units.. 41
Headphones... 41 External microphone.. 41 Computer (non-linear editing/file transfer). 42 TV/Monitor... 42
Nonlinear editing.. 44
Screen displays.. 45
Regular displays.. 45 Main warning displays.. 48 Setting the DISPLAY items.. 50.
Shooting in progressive mode
Selecting 1080/30P or 1080/24P in the REC FORMAT option (Page 51) of the setting menu SCENE FILE screen enables shooting in progressive mode. 30P mode: Shoot 30 frames a second in the progressive mode. For output and recording, the 30-frame-persecond signal is converted to 60-field-per-second interlace. This mode gives you high quality images. Note the following when shooting in progressive mode. Set the shutter speed to 1/50 (OFF) for best results. There may be a slight delay to the start of recording when you use the 24P mode because 4 frames are recorded at a time.
30 P 60 i
A B C D E F G H I J
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24P mode: Shoot 24 frames a second in the progressive mode. The video signal will be recorded natively. However, the external output signal is converted to a 2:3 format, 60 fps interlaced signal.
24 P 60 i
A B C D E F G H
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25P mode: Shoots 25 frames a second in the progressive mode. For output and recording of video signal, the 25-frame-per-second image is converted to 50-field-per-second interlace signal. This mode gives high quality images.
25 P 50 i
Shooting techniques for different targets
Images in the LCD monitor when it is turned 180 for self-portrait shooting may appear unusual. You can make them appear better by reversing left and right. Go to the setup menus, DISPLAY SETUP screen, SELF SHOOT, and select MIRROR. Shooting in mirror mode has no effect on what you actually shoot and record.
Changing scene file settings
1 Set the POWER switch to ON. 2 Select the scene file to be changed in the
SCENE FILE MENU.
3 In the setup menus, select the SCENE FILE
screen. For menu operation (Page 44 of Vol.1) Operations may also be performed using buttons on the remote control that correspond to those on the camera. For details, see Description of parts (Remote control). (Page 23 of Vol.1)
and select the NAME EDIT item.
direction), tilt in the direction to select YES, and push the Operation lever again.
Using scene files (continued)
6 Set a 6-character filename with the
Operation lever when the following screen is displayed. Set the same as user information. (Page 27) Characters that can be set Space, A to Z, 0 to 9, : ; < = > ? @ [ ] ^_-./ If the RESET/TC SET button is pressed when the filename has been set, the characters are cleared.
7 After you finish setting the filename, push
the Operation lever.
8 Select YES on the confirmation screen.
Selecting YES will close the NAME EDIT screen and confirm all changes. Once confirmed, all changed names and values will be saved even if the power is switched off or the scene dial is moved.
Saving scene files and other settings on SD Memory Cards
You can save up to four scene file settings or other settings as files on an SD Memory Card, and you can also load them from the card. In the case of the scene files, the current settings are automatically saved in the unit, and the saved data is written on an SD Memory Card. When data has been read from an SD Memory Card, the current settings are rewritten at the same time as the data saved inside the unit. The data in all the scene files, F1 to F6, is rewritten. If you have saved a scene file Shooting
4 Push the Operation lever again, select YES
when the following screen is displayed, and push the Operation lever. In the following example, SCENE-01 is the TITLE name. To change the TITLE name, see the description below.
1 Set the units POWER switch to ON. 2 Select the slot number for the SD memory
card onto which you wish to save from the CARD WRITE option on the settings menu SCENE FILE screen, and press the OPERATION lever. For all other settings, select USER FILE. For menu operations (Page 44 of Vol.1) Operations may also be performed using buttons on the remote control that correspond to those on the camera. For details, see Description of parts (Remote control). (Page 23 of Vol.1)
5Press the MENU button to exit the menu
mode. To read files 1) Select READ in step 2 and push the Operation lever. 2) Select the file number and push the Operation lever. 3) Select YES on the confirmation screen. READ COMPLETED will be displayed when reading is complete.
What the clip metadata consists of
You can set the items underlined below by loading the metadata upload file on the SD Memory Card. All other items are set automatically during shooting. GLOBAL CLIP ID: This indicates the global clip ID that shows the shooting status of the clip. USER CLIP NAME : This indicates the name of the clip that the user has set.1 VIDEO & AUDIO: This indicates the recorded images FRAME RATE, RESOLUTION, PULL DOWN system and AUDIO. LENS: This indicates the MAKER, MODEL, and SERIAL No. of your lens. ACCESS: This indicates the CREATOR (name of the person recording), CREATION DATE (recording date), LAST UPDATE DATE (date on which the data was last updated) and LAST UPDATE PERSON (the person who last updated the data). DEVICE: This indicates the MANUFACTURER (manufacturer of the equipment), SERIAL NO. (serial number of the equipment) and MODEL NAME (Equipment model name: AG-AF100 for this camera-recorder). SHOOT: This indicates the SHOOTER (name of the videographer) and the PLACE NAME (name of location).
Uploading the metadata (META DATA)
You can perform any of the following operations. If necessary, make preparations prior to undertaking the operations. Loading the metadata Insert the SD Memory Card on which the metadata is recorded into the unit. (For details on contents of the metadata, see the previous page.) Selecting whether to record the metadata on the SD Memory Card Initializing the metadata inside the unit Displaying the metadata inside the unit
1 Press the mode button and select CAM
2 Press the MENU button. 3 Tilt the lever in the
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directions to select META DATA, and push the Operation lever (or tilt in the direction).
Up to 10 items of metadata on the SD Memory Card can be displayed, starting from the most recent date of production. If characters other than single-byte alphanumeric characters are used in the metadata file name to be loaded, they are displayed as. RECORD: Select this to set whether to record the metadata to be loaded into the unit simultaneously on the SD Memory Card. Select ON to record the metadata or OFF to cancel the recording, and push the Operation lever. The factory setting for this mode is OFF. USER CLIP NAME: The USER CLIP NAME recording method is selectable. Please refer to the next column below. META DATA PROP: Select this to display the metadata which has been recorded in the unit. CLIP COUNT RESET: Reset the counter value to 1. Select whether or not to reset (YES/NO), and push the Operation lever. META INIT SET: Select this to initialize the metadata which has been recorded in the unit. Select YES to initialize the metadata or NO to cancel the initialization, and push the Operation lever.
Adding shot marks to clips
Adding shot marks ( M ) will make it easier to find the clips you are looking for.
Select the card slot for playback
You can switch the SD memory card slot for playback.
1Tilt the Operation lever in the
2 Press the USER button to which the shot
mark function has been allocated. (Page 55) To release a shot mark, repeat the above steps. It is not possible to add shot marks to clips recorded using a consumer camcorder model.
2 Tilt the OPERATION lever in the up, down,
left, and right directions to select the SD memory card slot for playback. You can play back still images as well. VIDEO: Movie playback PICTURE: Still picture playback
3 Push the OPERATION lever.
directions to move the yellow frame to the clip for which a shot mark is to be added.
1Press the SLOT SELECT button when the
THUMBNAIL screen is displayed in the PB mode.
Playback settings (PLAY SETUP)
Make settings for playback format and method.
Repeat playback (REPEAT PLAY)
Use this setting to repeatedly play back all available clips.
Set playback format (PB FORMAT)
Set format for playback.
1Press the MENU button.
1 Press the MENU button.
SETUP screen to ON.
Menu operation (Page 44 of Vol.1) SETUP screen, and push the Operation lever (or tilt in the direction).
2 Select the PB FORMAT item in the PLAY
2 Set the REPEAT PLAY item in the PLAY 3 Press the MENU button to return to the
thumbnail screen. The repeat playback indicator will be displayed. When the playback operation is performed, the playable clips are played back repeatedly. Repeat playback will continue until playback is paused. To turn the repeat playback setting off, select OFF in step 2.
directions to select the format for playback, and push the Operation lever. The setting for the REC FORMAT item on the setting menu SCENE FILE screen is reflected as the initial setting. Clip numbers will be displayed in black where playback is possible, and in red where playback is not possible.
Even if the playback format is changed, the format set in the REC FORMAT item on the settings menu SCENE FILE screen will be restored when the camera is switched to CAM mode. If the playback format does not conform to the clips created at the relay destination using the relay recording function, thumbnail images will not be displayed (! will be displayed). Thumbnail images will be displayed when the playback format is matched to the clips.
Resume playback (RESUME PLAY)
Use this setting to play back from where clip had previously been paused.
Set skip method (SKIP MODE)
Select which skip (cue) operation is to be performed when playback is paused.
SETUP screen to ON. thumbnail screen.
2 Set the RESUME PLAY item in the PLAY 3 Press the MENU button to return to the 4 Select a clip for playback.
SEARCH STILL ADV SKIP PLAY PAUSE STOP SEARCH STILL ADV SKIP MENU ENTER PHOTO EXT DISPLAY SHOT DATE/ TIME VOL STOP
1 The volume of audio output from the
internal speaker and headphone jack can be adjusted with the AUDIO MON/ADV buttons during playback. Press the ZOOM/VOL buttons if using the remote control.
Remote control SKIP STOP SKIP
Connecting external units
Sound is no longer heard from the speaker when the headphones (optional) are connected.
Microphone (optional) AG-MC200G Microphone holder Microphone holder adaptor
NPUT1 or INPUT2
When attaching an external microphone to the microphone shoe, use the supplied microphone holder and microphone holder adaptor. When attaching the microphone holder and the microphone holder adaptor, be sure to tighten the screws firmly even though you might hear a squeaking sound. The microphone holder mounting position is provided at two locations, namely in the handle and on top of the INPUT 1 and INPUT 2 terminals. If the microphone holder is mounted on the handle, the microphone may be captured if a wide-angle lens is used. Select the mounting location after checking the images. When wiring the microphone cable, use either the cable clamper of the microphone holder adaptor, or the included cable clamper.
4 mm Cable clamper
3.5-mm stereo mini jack
Connecting external units (continued) Computer (non-linear editing/file transfer)
Computer USB connection cable (optional) Mini-B
For details on the computers conditions and other factors, see page 44. Use a double-shielded USB connection cable with a maximum length of three meters.
Only the output signals from the camera are shown.
Audio cable (optional) White: CH1 (left channel) sound Red: CH2 (right channel) sound TV/Monitor
HDMI cable (optional)
Cannot record even through the SD Memory Card is inserted correctly. Is the write-protect switch on the SD Memory Card in the LOCK position? The card cannot be recorded to if the switch is in the LOCK position. Is the remaining memory available on the SD Memory Card extremely low? Please save contents onto different media and delete unneeded data from the card, or use a new card instead. Has the SD Memory Card been correctly formatted? Alternatively, is the card of a format that is incompatible with this camera? Reformat the card with the camera. 8 MB to 16 MB SD Memory Cards cannot be used for shooting movies. Is your SD Memory Card compatible with use for video recording? Always use an SD Memory Card compatible with use for video recording. P38 of Vol.1
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Recording stops by itself.
Cannot read the data on the Make sure the SD Memory Card is formatted correctly. SD Memory Card. If it is not, format the card in the unit. Cannot perform nonlinear editing. Cannot dub onto an external device. Check the specifications of your computer and connecting cable. Make sure the external device is connected correctly. P36 of Vol.1 P42 P42
Something is wrong with the time code display. The time code display may not register a regular count if a clip is played in the reverse slow mode. This is normal.
Cannot play even when I press the play button. Mosaic-like noise appears when I cue or review a clip. Images do not appear on the television even though I have connected the camera-recorder properly. Cannot hear any sound from the camera-recorders speaker. Make sure the PB lamp is on (press the mode button). No kind of playback operation can be performed unless this lamp is on. This noise is inherent to digital video technology. This is normal. P28
Make sure the input selector on your television is set to video input. Read the televisions instructions carefully and select the correct video input connector for the camera-recorder. You may have turned down the camera-recorders volume control too far. Adjust the volume level using the AUDIO MON/ADV button +.
Before calling for service (continued) PC connection
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The changeover between clips may not always be smooth when playing back multiple clips in succession. Video may momentarily pause when playing back multiple clips in succession in circumstances such as those detailed below. Mixture of different recording formats Recording mode = PH mode Playback format = 1080/60i(30P)
Recording format PH 1080/60i Recording format PH 1080/60i Recording format PH 720/60P Recording format PH 1080/60i
Playback is smooth.
Not played back as clip is of different format.
Video pauses momentarily during clip changeover.
Mixture of different recording modes Recording format = 1080/60i Playback format = 1080/60i(30P)
Recording format PH 1080/60i Recording format HA 1080/60i Recording format HE 1080/60i Recording format HA 1080/60i
Some clips have been recorded using PRE REC function or VFR function
Normal recording Normal recording
Playback is smooth when changing from PRE REC-recorded clip to normally-recorded clip.
Some clips have a recording time of less than 3 seconds
Recording time is more than 3 seconds Recording time is less than 3 seconds Recording time is more than 3 seconds
PRE REC recording VFR shooting
Updating the firmware incorporated into the unit
The firmware can be updated using either of the following two methods.
1 Checking the current version of firmware and performing the update using the dedicated tool
(P2_Status_Logger) PASS (P2 Asset Support System) is only available to customers who have completed customer registration with Panasonic. Log in to PASS and use the dedicated tool (P2_Status_Logger) to check the version information of the firmware on the unit and download links to pages containing the necessary firmware. For further information about downloading and using P2_Status_Logger, log in to PASS and refer to the relevant pages. Besides access to PASS, completing customer registration has a number of other benefits. For further details, refer to the PASS (P2 Asset Support System) website (http://panasonic.biz/sav/pass_e/). From the OTHER FUNCTIONS menu page, check the current version of firmware on the unit using the SYSTEN INFO screen. Then, access the website listed below for the latest firmware-related information and download firmware as required.
How to handle data recorded on SD Memory Card
Data recorded in AVCHD format offers excellent Drive: \ compatibility with computers due to the file type, PRIVATE but since this format includes not only video AVCHD and audio data, but also a variety of important information, the folder structure will consist of file AVCHDTN associations as illustrated in the diagram on the BDMV right. If even part of this information is modified or CLIPINF deleted, the data may no longer be recognized as PLAYLIST AVCHD data, or the memory card may not longer be able to be used with AVCHD devices. STREAM To prevent the loss of any part of the information when transferring data on the SD Memory Card to a computer or when copying data stored on a computer back onto the SD Memory Card, be sure to use the dedicated AVCCAM Viewer. The AVCCAM Viewer can also be downloaded from the following website. (Compatible OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7 or Mac OS 10.4 or later/Mac OS 10.5/Mac OS 10.6) http://pro-av.panasonic.net/
Concerning the handling of the cameras metadata special manufacturer area in the control file area under the AVCHD standard is employed for the A metadata which is supported by this camera. files are deleted or copied, if clip protection is added or removed or if other such editing operations If have been performed using editing software or a camera recorder which does not support this cameras metadata, the special area for the metadata will be erased, and the shot marks and indexes added by the camera as well as the PH mode information and other information will be lost. Therefore, before proceeding with these kinds of editing operations, check whether the cameras metadata is supported. Reference
|Intended For||35mm SLR, digital SLR|
|Focal Length||14 mm - 45 mm|
|Focal Length Equivalent to 35mm Camera||28 - 90mm|
|Optical Zoom||3.2 x|
|Image Stabilizer||Optical (MEGA O.I.S.)|
|Min Focus Range||1 ft|
|Focus Adjustment||Automatic, manual|
|Max View Angle||75 degrees|
|Min View Angle||27 degrees|
|Lens Construction||9 group(s) / 12 element(s)|
|Filter Size||52 mm|
|Mounting Type||Micro Four Thirds|
|Included Accessories||Lens hood, lens cap, lens case|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
|Part Numbers||HFS014045, HFS014045PP|
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