Panasonic Lumix DMC-LC33
Panasonic Lumix DMC-LC33 Digital Camera, size: 5.1 MB
Part Number: 3-9sm3-5zcag2
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|greg_h||2:19pm on Thursday, October 21st, 2010|
|amazing ive had this camera for a while now in total this is my eight digital camera ive had olympus canon fuji etc but all in all this is the best an... amazing ive had this camera for a while now in total this is my eight digital camera ive had olympus canon fuji etc but all in all this is the best an... A great, compact digital camera (REPOST) I received this camera from Amazon about two weeks ago, and I love it.|
|obisghost||11:38pm on Wednesday, October 6th, 2010|
|Short and simple - I purchased this camera after I read all of the glaring reviews about it here, and on another site.|
|martynj||6:30pm on Friday, September 24th, 2010|
|It makes GREAT pics if you get ALL the settings right. I find it works best with a card reader. But, I sure wish it came with a remote.|
|gstamm||11:03am on Sunday, September 12th, 2010|
|I owe this for a year, but i found that is cam is the best what you can get for this price, but only if you want a real point-and-shoot cam.|
|zhangweiwu||12:33am on Saturday, August 21st, 2010|
|I had this little camera for 8 months and I have sold it because I won a new digicam in a foto contest. This camera is light and easy to use. This camera is very easy to use, small enough to fit into your pocket and the image quality makes a real time beginner like me feel like a pro.|
|mloiterman||5:41pm on Saturday, July 31st, 2010|
|Easy to use, makes good pictures , small size Battery life is not as great as I would like|
|mail2me_ds||4:40pm on Sunday, July 25th, 2010|
|Used the camer about 10 times over a tywo year period & it died. Panasonic wants 162.00 to repair.|
|MDummy||4:14am on Tuesday, July 6th, 2010|
|A great, compact digital camera (REPOST) I received this camera from Amazon about two weeks ago, and I love it.|
|oooer||11:00pm on Wednesday, April 14th, 2010|
|1.Side by Side compared with Canon A70 photo under the same env, this proved really cripy and sharp. No busel effect of corner image. 2004-08-13 13:27:46 This is my first foray into digital photography after 20+ years using 35mm SLR and compact cameras. I shopped around.|
|sb73542||8:41pm on Friday, April 2nd, 2010|
|Great Pictues, Easy to use Flash not the greatest Great price, great photo quality, easy to use. Not very good at night, high battery consuming|
|moptop99||9:19pm on Sunday, March 21st, 2010|
|So simple...even I can use it. I had purchased this same model for my wife years ago, it took great pictures and was easy to use. excellent I bought one of these cameras about a year ago after trying out several others. Just recently the camera stopped working.|
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This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003
Extremely high precision technology is employed to produce the LCD Monitor screen featuring a total of approximately 114,000 pixels. The result is more than 99.99% effective pixels with a mere 0.01% of the pixels inactive or always lit. However, this is not a malfunction and does not affect the recorded picture.
Information for Your Safety. 2
Standard Accessories. 5 Names of the Components. 6 LCD Monitor Display. 8 Quick Guide.. 10 Inserting the Batteries.. 11 Inserting the Card.. 16 Turning Power on/off. 18 Attaching the Strap. 19 Using the LCD Monitor. 20 Using the Optical Viewfinder. 21 The Shutter Button (Pressing halfway/Pressing fully). 21 The Mode Dial.. 22 Operating the Menu.. 23 Setting the Date/Time (Clock Set). 24
Taking Pictures using Landscape Mode.. 40 Taking Pictures using Night Portrait Mode. 41 Using the Color Effect Mode. 42 Taking Pictures using Spot Mode.. 43 Compensating the Exposure. 44 Taking Pictures using Auto Exposure (AE) Bracket. 45 Using the AF/AE Lock.. 46 Adjusting the Color Tone or the Contrast (Picture Adjustment). 47 Setting the White Balance. 48 Setting ISO Sensitivity.. 50 Taking Pictures using Burst Mode. 51
Playing Back Still Pictures. 52 Playing Back Still Pictures with Audio.. Images Multi Playback. 54 Using the Playback Zoom. 55 Playing Back Motion Images. 56
Recording images (basic)
Taking Pictures.. 25 Taking Pictures in Simple Mode. 27 Checking the Captured Picture (Review).. 28 Recording Motion Images. 29 Using the Optical Zoom. 30 Using the Digital Zoom. 31 Taking Pictures using the Built-in Flash.. 32 Taking Pictures with the Self-timer.. 34
Deleting Images. 57 Writing the Print Information to the Card (DPOF Setting).. 60 Protecting Images on the Card. 63
Playing Back with Slide Show (Automatic Playback). 64 Adding Audio to Recorded Pictures (Audio Dubbing).. 66 Resizing Recorded Pictures. 67 Trimming Recorded Pictures. 68 Formatting the Card.. 70 Adjusting the LCD Monitor Brightness.. 71 Using the Auto Review. 72 Setting up the Operational Sound. 73 Setting up the Power Save Mode.. 74
Inserting the Card
[Inserting the card]
Slide the door in the direction of the arrow to open the Memory Card door. Insert the card all the way in until it clicks. Check the direction of the card. Do not touch the connection terminals on the back side of the card.
Slide the door in the direction of the arrow to close the Memory Card door.
[Removing the card]
Slide in the direction of the arrow to open the Memory Card door. Press the card to release. Pull the card out. Slide the door in the direction of the arrow to close the Memory Card door.
If you are using a MultiMediaCard type memory card and the Memory Card door cannot close, the card may be installed backwards. Remove the card and reverse it, then try to close the door again. If the Memory Card door cannot be completely closed, take the card out and insert it again. We recommend that you use a Panasonic branded SD Memory Card. (Use only the genuine card) If the card is not fully inserted, the card may be damaged.
Access to the card
When the card is being accessed, the flash/access indicator 1 and card access indication 2 lights.
SD Memory Card (supplied) and MultiMediaCard (optional)
The SD Memory Card and MultiMediaCard are small, lightweight, removable external cards. The reading/ writing speed of SD Memory Card is fast. The SD Memory Card is equipped with a write protection switch that can inhibit writing and formatting. (When the switch is moved towards the [LOCK] side, it is not possible to write or delete data on the card and format it. When the switch is unlocked, these functions become available)
SD Memory Card
When the flash/access indicator 1 and the card access indication 2 lights; Do not turn off the camera. Do not remove the batteries or pull out the card. Do not remove the AC adaptor (optional, DMW-AC1) The card and the card contents may be destroyed and the camera may not operate normally. As there is a risk that the data on the card may be damaged or erased due to electrical noise, static electricity or the defects of camera/card, please back up your data on your PC using USB connection. (P79) The reading/writing speed of MultiMediaCards is slower than SD cards. When MultiMediaCards are used, the performance of certain features may be slightly slower than advertised. After recording motion images using the MultiMediaCard, the flash/access indicator and the card access indication may appear for a while, but this is not a malfunction. Keep the Memory Card out of reach of children to prevent swallowing.
Turning Power on/off
Set the power switch to [ON]. The Status indicator 1 lights. Set the power switch to [OFF].
When the power switch is turned on, do not hold the lens cover. If the lens cover does not open, [SYSTEM ERROR] is displayed. Turn the power switch off and on. Do not apply pressure to the lens when the lens tube comes out.
Status Indicator A Lights:
When turning the Power switch to [ON].
While the focus is being adjusted or the focus is not properly adjusted. When the card is not inserted. When no space is left on the card. When the remaining battery power is low. (blinks slowly)
Flash/Access Indicator B Lights:
When accessing the card. When the flash fires. (It lights when the shutter is pressed halfway) When sending data to PC.
When charging the flash. When setting the flash mode to forced off and recording in dark places. (blinks slowly)
Attaching the Strap
Pass the top of the strap through the strap eyelet 1. Pass the opposite side of the strap through its ring shaped part. Pull the strap.
Using the LCD Monitor
Every time you press the [DISPLAY] button, the display of the LCD monitor changes as shown below.
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F 2. 8
Using the Optical Viewfinder
Parallax compensation mark
If you take a picture of a subject at a distance between 2.3 feet (70 cm) and 3.94 feet (120 cm) with the zoom in tele position, match the top of the subject with the parallax compensation mark 1. When accurate framing is necessary, use the LCD monitor.
The Shutter Button (Pressing halfway/Pressing fully)
The shutter button is activated in 2 steps: pressing halfway and pressing fully. Pressing halfway A Focus and exposure are locked. Pressing fully B The picture is captured. In motion image mode, the recording starts.
Press 2/1 to select [ENLARGE], [4qa6q/10a15cm], [INTERNET].
2048k1536 1280k960 640k480 Fine Fine Standard
PICT.MODE ENLARGE 4"t6"/10t15cm AUTO REVIEW ON OFF BEEP CLOCK SET SELECT SET EXIT MENU
ENLARGE 4qa6q/10a15cm INTERNET
[ENLARGE] Selection is intended for situations when large printing is desired. The camera is preset to [2048a1536] in [Fine] picture mode. [4qa6q/10a15cm] Selection will offer an easy way to produce small general purpose prints. [INTERNET] Selection favors smaller file size, optimized for home page and e-mail use.
Press the [MENU] button. Take a picture.
The burst mode is available only with the low speed. (P51) If the distance between the camera and the object is beyond the recordable range (Tele: 1.64 feet (50 cm) - , Wide: 0.33 feet (10 cm) - ), the focus may not be adjusted properly even if the focus indication 1 is lit. The settings (except for the clock setting) of the simple mode will not be applied to the other recording modes. Burst mode will not operate as described if a MultiMediaCard type Memory Card is used. Only the quality (data compression ratio) cannot be changed on the [PICT.MODE] menu.
Checking the Captured Picture (Review)
After taking a picture, the Auto review (P72) feature will cause the captured picture to be displayed on the LCD monitor for the designated time - 1 or 3 seconds. You may also check the picture using the method described below.
After taking a picture, press the 4/[REVIEW/SET] button. The last captured picture is displayed for about 5 seconds. If you rotate the zoom
lever towards [ ], the captured picture is zoomed 4 times (A) and 8 times if you rotate it once again. You can also change the position with 3/4/2/1. You can check the previous or following picture with 2/1.
Erasing the captured picture during the review
When the message [DELETE THIS PICTURE?] is displayed, press 2/1 to select [YES]. Press the 4/[REVIEW/SET] button. The picture is erased. Once erased, pictures cannot be recovered. Multi images or all images can be deleted. Read pages 58, 59 to operate them.
In simple mode [ ], you can only set to 10 seconds [ ]. In burst mode, the self-timer setting applies to the first picture only. We recommend you use a tripod when setting the self-timer.
Taking Pictures with Audio
You can take a picture with audio for 5 seconds. [Preparation] Set the mode dial except for ]. (P22) [ ]/[ ]/[
Press the [MENU] button. Press 3/4 to select [AUDIO REC.]. Press 2/1 to set to [ON]. Press the [MENU] button. The menu will disappear. This icon [ monitor. ] will appear on the LCD
Press the shutter button fully and take a picture. It is not necessary to continue pressing the shutter button. Audio is recorded from the built-in microphone 1 of the camera. 5 seconds later, the audio recording is stopped automatically. If you press the [MENU] button during the audio recording, it will be cancelled.
REC2/3 SENSITIVITY AUDIO REC. D.ZOOM COL. EFFECT SELECT SET SETUP
Audio cannot be played back from this camera. Connect to a television or PC to play back audio. Using this feature will result in fewer images being able to be saved. When setting to burst mode/auto bracket, it is not possible to take a picture with audio. (P45, P51) The picture with audio cannot be resized or trimmed. (P67, P68)
Changing the Picture Size
You can choose among 4 picture size settings. [Preparation] Set the mode dial except for ]. (P22) [ ]/[ ]/[
Press the [MENU] button. Press 3/4 to select [PICT.SIZE]. Press 2/1 to select the picture size. : 2048a1536 pixels : 1600a1200 pixels : 1280a960 pixels : 640a480 pixels Press the [MENU] button. The menu will disappear.
QUALITY SPOT MODE SELECT SET
In motion image mode [ ], the picture size is fixed to 320a240 pixels. The smaller the picture size you select, the more pictures you can store on the Memory Card. In addition, a small data volume allows you attach the picture to an e-mail or post it on a website more easily. If you select a larger picture size, the printed picture will be clearer, especially with larger sized prints.
Changing the Quality (Data Compression Ratio)
You can choose among 2 quality levels (Data Compression Ratio). [Preparation] Set the mode dial except for ]. (P22) [ ]/[ ]/[
Press the [MENU] button. Press 3/4 to select [QUALITY]. Press 2/1 to select the quality (Data Compression Ratio). : Fine (Low compression) It gives priority to picture quality to record high quality pictures. : Standard (Standard compression) It gives priority to the number of recordable pictures and records standard quality pictures. Press the [MENU] button. The menu will disappear.
[AUTO] setting in [W.BALANCE] works best when recording outdoors in the daytime. When using indoors, the color balance can change. You can change the white balance setting. (P48)
Taking Pictures using Landscape Mode
In Landscape mode the camera is adjusted to produce the greatest depth of field. This mode works best outdoors under direct sunlight at distances exceeding 32.8 feet (10 m).
Set the mode dial to Landscape mode [ ].
Flash is set to Forced OFF [ ]. The focus is adjusted at a distance of 32.8 feet (10 m) - (Tele), 9.84 feet (3 m) (Wide). [AUTO] setting in [W.BALANCE] works best when recording outdoors in the daytime. When using indoors, the color balance can change. You can change the white balance setting. (P48)
Taking Pictures using Night Portrait Mode
The Night Portrait mode combines the electronic flash with a slow shutter mode. This unique feature allows you to photograph close subjects against the natural night background. Since the shutter speed is slow, we highly recommend using a tripod to steady the camera. The subject should be positioned within the available flash range. (Tele: 1.64 feet (50 cm) 4.59 feet (140 cm), Wide: 0.98 feet (30 cm) 7.87 feet (2.4 m).) We recommend setting the zoom lever towards W.
Set the mode dial to Night portrait mode [ ].
When flash is set to Forced OFF [ ], you can capture night illumination scenery with slower shutter speed. (Max: about 8 seconds) When taking a picture in a dark place, noise may appear. To avoid noise, we recommend setting the picture adjustment to [NATURAL]. (P47)
Using the Color Effect Mode
This function enables the use of 3 kinds of color effects. [Preparation] Set the mode dial except for [ ]/[ ]/[ ]. (P22)
Press the [MENU] button. Press 3/4 to select [COL.EFFECT]. Press 2/1 to select [OFF], [COOL], [WARM] or [B/W]. COOL: The picture becomes bluish. WARM: The picture becomes reddish. B/W: The picture becomes black and white. Press the [MENU] button. The menu will disappear. The indication [ COOL / WARM / B/W ] 1 will appear.
To delete a picture during the playback zoom
Press the [ ] button. When this message is displayed DELETE THIS PICTURE?, press 2/1 to select [YES], and press the 4/[REVIEW/SET] button. (P57)
The more the zoom magnification increases, the more the picture quality deteriorates. The playback zoom may not operate if pictures have been recorded with other equipment.
Playing Back Motion Images
Press 2/1 to select the file with the motion image icon [ ] 1.
Press the 4/[REVIEW/SET] button to play back the motion image. By pressing 4, motion image playback will stop.
The icon 2 is corresponding to the 3/4/2/1 button.
PLAY MOTION IMAGE
During motion image playback, continue pressing 2/1. 1: Fast forward 2: Fast rewind When releasing the button, it turns to normal motion image playback.
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Press 3 during motion image playback. Press 3 again to cancel pause.
Audio cannot be played back from this camera. Connect to a television or PC to play back audio. The play back zoom cannot be used while playing back motion images. The file format that can be played back with this camera is QuickTime Motion JPEG. It could happen that the Motion JPEG file recorded by a PC or other equipment cannot be played back with this camera. When playing back motion images that have been recorded with other equipment, the quality of images may be deteriorated or images may not be able to be played back. When using a high capacity Memory Card, it is possible that fast rewinding may be slower.
Images recorded on the card can be deleted. Once deleted, images cannot be recovered. [Preparation] Set the mode dial to playback [ ]. (P22) When an image is protected, it cannot be deleted. Cancel the protect setting. (P63)
[Delete single image]
2 1,3,4 2,3
Press 2/1 to select the image to be deleted. Press [ ].
DPOF SET THIS
Press the [MENU] button 2 times. The menu will disappear.
COUNT SELECT EXIT MENU
Set the number of sheets to 0 in step 5 of the [Single copy setting].
[Multi copy setting]
Press the [MENU] button. Press 3/4 to select [DPOF PRINT] and then press 1. Press 3/4 to select [MULTI] and then press 1. Press 2/1 to select the image. Press 3/4 to select the number of sheets to be printed. The number of sheets can be set from 1 to 999.
PLAY1/2 PROTECT DPOF PRINT SLIDE SHOW AUDIO DUB. RESIZE SELECT SET SETUP
SINGLE MULTI CANCEL INDEX EXIT MENU
Repeat steps 4 and 5, and at the end press the [MENU] button 2 times. The DPOF setting of multi images is set at once. The menu will disappear.
DPOF SET MULTI
Set the number of sheets to 0 in step 5 of the [Multi copy setting].
If the file is not based on the DCF standard, the DPOF setting cannot be set. DCF is abbreviation of [Design rule for Camera File system], stipulated by JEITA [Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association]. When using the DPOF feature, this camera will overwrite any previous DPOF settings made by other products.
[To cancel all settings]
Press the [MENU] button. Press 3/4 to select [DPOF PRINT] and then press 1. Press 3/4 to select [CANCEL] and then press 1. When this message is displayed CANCEL ALL DPOF PRINT SETTINGS?, press 2 to select [YES]. Press the 4/[REVIEW/SET] button. All DPOF settings are cancelled.
[Index setting/to cancel]
Press the [MENU] button. Press 3/4 to select [DPOF PRINT] and then press 1. Press 3/4 to select [INDEX] and then press 1. When this message is displayed SET INDEX PRINT?, press 2 to select [YES]. When the index is already set, the message A SET/CANCEL INDEX PRINT? is displayed. Press 2/1 to select [SET], [CANCEL] or [NO].
CANCEL ALL DPOF CANCEL ALL DPOF PRINT SETTINGS? YES SELECT DPOF INDEX SET INDEX PRINT? YES SELECT DPOF INDEX NO SET NO SET
Press the 4/[REVIEW/SET] button. All images are set/cancelled. Press the [MENU] button. The menu will disappear.
SET/CANCEL INDEX PRINT? SET CANCEL NO SELECT SET
Protecting Images on the Card
Using this feature, important photos can be protected from accidental deletion. This feature cannot protect photos or any data on the Card if the entire card is formatted. [Preparation] Set the mode dial to playback [ ]. (P22)
PLAY1/2 PROTECT DPOF PRINT SLIDE SHOW AUDIO DUB. RESIZE SELECT SET SETUP SINGLE MULTI CANCEL
[Single setting/to cancel]
Press the [MENU] button. Press 3/4 to select [PROTECT] and then press 1. Press 3/4 to select [SINGLE] and then press 1. Press 2/1 to select 1 image. Press the 4/[REVIEW/SET] button. The protect icon 1 appears. By pressing 4/[REVIEW/SET] again, the protection is cancelled and the icon will disappear.
Adding Audio to Recorded Pictures (Audio Dubbing)
It is possible to add a 10-second narration to a recorded picture. [Preparation] Set the mode dial to playback [ ]. (P22)
Press the [MENU] button. Press 3/4 to select [AUDIO DUB.] and then press 1. Press 2/1 to select the picture. Press the 4/[REVIEW/SET] button, to start audio recording. (1 Microphone) When audio has already been recorded, after the audio dubbing the original audio is overwritten. When audio has already been recorded, this message is displayed OVERWRITE AUDIO DATA?. Then press 2/1 to select [YES] and press the 4/[REVIEW/SET] button, to start audio recording.
Press the 4/[REVIEW/SET] button, to stop audio recording. Even if you do not press the 4/[REVIEW/SET] button, after about 10 seconds the audio recording stops automatically.
Adding audio will use additional memory. Using this feature will result in fewer images being able to be saved. The audio dubbing cannot be used with motion images. The audio dubbing cannot be used with protected images.
Resizing Recorded Pictures
It is possible to reduce the recorded picture size. This function is useful if you want to reduce the volume of the picture for the purpose of attaching it to an e-mail or uploading it to a website. [Preparation] Set the mode dial to playback [ ]. (P22)
1,8 2,3,4,5,6,7 2
PLAY1/2 PROTECT DPOF PRINT SLIDE SHOW AUDIO DUB. RESIZE SELECT SET EXIT MENU SETUP
Press the [MENU] button. Press 3/4 to select [RESIZE] and then press 1. Press 2/1 to select the picture, and then press 4. Press 2/1 to select the size. : 1600a1200 : 1280a960 : 640a480 Press the 4/[REVIEW/SET] button to set the size. When this message is displayed DELETE ORIGINAL PICTURE?, press 2/1 to select [YES] or [NO]. Press the 4/[REVIEW/SET] button. Press the [MENU] button 2 times. The menu will disappear.
RESIZE DELETE ORIGINAL PICTURE? YES
It is not possible to resize pictures in a size lower than /equal to [640a480] or with an aspect ratio that is not 4:3. It may not be possible to resize the pictures recorded with other equipment. It is not possible to resize a motion image/still picture with audio.
Trimming Recorded Pictures
Adjusting the LCD Monitor Brightness
You can adjust the brightness of the LCD monitor. [Preparation] Press the [DISPLAY] button to select the display of LCD monitor. (P20) Set the mode dial except for [ ]. (P22)
Press the [MENU] button. Press 1 to open the setup menu. Press 3/4 to select [MONITOR]. Press 2/1 to adjust the brightness. Press the [MENU] button. The menu will disappear.
1,5 2,3,4 3,4
SETUP 1/3 MONITOR
In simple mode [ ], LCD monitor brightness is fixed to .
Adjusting the LCD monitor will not lighten or darken the actual photograph. Adjusting the LCD monitor to brighten the image may incorrectly display the scene to be brighter than the actual photo will be. In most cases the default setting will produce the best performance and closest reproduction of the actual scene.
Using the Auto Review
Recording with the auto review set to [1SEC.]/[3SEC.] the recorded picture is automatically displayed on the LCD monitor for 1 or 3 seconds. [Preparation] Set the mode dial except for [ (P22) ]/[ ].
Press the [MENU] button. Press 1 to open the setup menu. Press 3/4 to select [AUTO REVIEW]. Press 2/1 to select [1SEC.] or [3SEC.]. Press the [MENU] button. The menu will disappear.
MONITOR AUTO REVIEW 1 SEC. OFF
POWER SAVE ECO ECONOMY
Even when setting the auto review to [1SEC.]/[3SEC.], it is not available in motion image mode [ ]. When recording in burst mode, auto bracket, still picture with audio modes, the recorded picture is automatically displayed. In simple mode [ ], the auto review setting becomes [ON] (2 seconds) or [OFF].
Setting up the Operational Sound
It is possible to set the sound volume when the menu operations are done.
Press the [MENU] button. Press 1 to open the setup menu. In simple mode, skip this step. Press 3/4 to select [BEEP]. Press 2/1 to adjust the operational sound volume. Press the [MENU] button. The menu will disappear.
In simple mode [ [ON] or [OFF].
], the setting becomes
Setting up the Power Save Mode
In this mode, if the camera is not operated for a certain amount of time, it is automatically turned off.
Press the [MENU] button. Press 1 to open the setup menu. Press 3/4 to select [POWER SAVE]. Press 2/1 to choose the setting time. [2 MIN.] [5 MIN.] [10 MIN.] [OFF]: The power is not turned off automatically. Press the [MENU] button. The menu will disappear.
MONITOR AUTO REVIEW POWER SAVE 2 MIN. 5 MIN.
If you want to cancel the power save mode, turn the power switch to [ON] again after turning it to [OFF], or press the shutter button. When using AC adaptor (optional, DMW-AC1)/recording the motion image/playing back the motion image/during slide show, the power save mode is not available. In simple mode [ ], the power save is fixed to [2 MIN.].
By connecting the camera to a printer corresponding to USB DIRECT-PRINT via the supplied USB connection cable, it is possible to print directly. (Please ask the manufacturer of the printer about the corresponding models) (Read the printer operating instructions too)
A/V OUT DC IN
Insert the Memory Card into the camera, and turn the power switch to [ON]. Turn on the printer. Connect the camera to the printer via the supplied USB cable 1.
When connecting to a printer, use the batteries which the remaining power is enough or AC adaptor 2 (optional, DMW-AC1). Disconnect the USB connection cable and DC cable after printing.
USB DIRECT-PRINT (Single Picture)
[Preparation] Connect the camera to a printer. (P80)
SINGLE PICTURE SELECT SET
Only when DPOF is already set, press 2 to select [SINGLE PICTURE], and then press the 4/[REVIEW/SET] button. When DPOF is not set, this screen is skipped.
Press 2/1 to select the picture to be printed, and then press the 4/[REVIEW/SET] button. The message PLEASE SELECT THE PICTURE TO PRINT is displayed for 2 seconds.
PLEASE SELECT THE PICTURE TO PRINT
DIRECT PRINT PLS CHECK THE PRINTER START PRINTING ? 1 COUNT YES NO PRINTSET SELECT SET
Press 3, and press 2/1 to set the number of sheets, and then press the 4/[REVIEW/SET] button. Press 2 to select [YES]. The message PLS CHECK THE PRINTER START PRINTING ? is displayed.
Press the 4/[REVIEW/SET] button. Printing starts.
NOW PRINTING REMAIN 8 1/CANCEL
Press the [MENU] button, and you can stop printing.
USB DIRECT-PRINT (DPOF)
[Preparation] Connect the camera to a printer. (P80) Write the print information to the card (DPOF setting). (P60)
Press 2/1 to select [DPOF]. Press the [MENU] button, and you can change the DPOF setting. (P60)
Press the 4/[REVIEW/SET] button. The message PLS CHECK THE PRINTER START PRINTING ? is displayed.
DIRECT PRINT PLS CHECK THE PRINTER START PRINTING ? YES SELECT NO SET
Press 2 to select [YES], and then press the 4/[REVIEW/SET] button. Printing starts.
Press the [MENU] button, and you can stop printing. When the number of total images is more than 255, the number of remaining images will be displayed as ----.
NOW PRINTING REMAIN 8 CANCEL
Using the Optional AC Adaptor
If you use an AC adaptor (optional, DMW-AC1), you can use the camera without worrying about battery discharge.
Connect the AC power plug to the AC outlet. THE SOCKET OUTLET SHALL BE INSTALLED NEAR THE EQUIPMENT AND SHALL BE EASILY ACCESSIBLE.
Open the terminal door. Connect the AC adaptor to the DC IN socket. Do not use the AC adaptor other than the optional one (DMW-AC1). The camera becomes warm during use, however, this is not a malfunction. The battery cannot be charged in the camera with the AC adaptor connected. When disconnecting/connecting the AC adaptor with the power switch turned on using the batteries, the data in the card may be destroyed or operation may be impossible. Be sure to disconnect/connect the AC adaptor after turning the power switch to off.
After using the camera and following the steps below, it is recommended to place it in the optional soft case for protection.
Turn the power switch to [OFF]. (P18) Eject the card. (P16) Remove the batteries.
If you will not be using the camera for a long time, remove the batteries. (When you insert the batteries again, set the date/time)
The Menu Items
REC mode menu
W.BALANCE (P48) PICT.SIZE (P36) QUALITY (P37) SPOT MODE (P43)
W.BALANCE PICT.SIZE QUALITY SPOT MODE SELECT REC2/3 SET
EXIT MENU SETUP
SENSITIVITY AUDIO REC. D.ZOOM COL. EFFECT SELECT SET EXIT MENU REC3/3 SETUP VIVID
SENSITIVITY (P50) AUDIO REC. (P35) D.ZOOM (P31) COL.EFFECT (P42)
MONITOR AUTO REVIEW POWER SAVE ECO ECONOMY
MONITOR (P71) AUTO REVIEW (P72) POWER SAVE (P74) ECONOMY (P75)
EXIT MENU SETUP 2/3
BEEP NO.RESET RESET CLOCK SET SELECT REC SET EXIT MENU SETUP 3/3 ENG
BEEP (P73) NO.RESET (P76) RESET (P77) CLOCK SET (P24)
Simple mode menu
For items without number, refer to those with the same name.
Operating Temperature Operating Humidity Power Source
Digital Camera Accessory System
RP-SDH512 RP-SDH256 RP-SD128B RP-SD064B RP-SD032B RP-SD016B
512 MB SD Memory Card 256 MB SD Memory Card 128 MB SD Memory Card 64 MB SD Memory Card 32 MB SD Memory Card 16 MB SD Memory Card SD USB Reader/Writer (compatible with MultiMediaCard) SD PC Card Adaptor (compatible with MultiMediaCard)
Please refer to page 15, for details on available recording time. *NOTE: Accessories and/or model numbers may vary by country. Please consult your local dealer.
Digital Camera Accessory Order Form
(For USA Customers)
Please photocopy this form when placing an order. 1. Digital Camera Model # 2. Items Ordered Accessory # Description Price Each Quantity Total Price
Subtotal Your State & Local Sales Tax Shipping & Handling Total Enclosed 3. Method of payment (check one) Check of Money Order enclosed (NO C.O.D.SHIPMENTS) VISA MasterCard Discover (Please do not send cash) 4. Shipping information (UPS delivery requires complete street address)
Ship To: Mr. Mrs. Ms. First Street Address Night City State Zip ( )
Credit Card # Expiration Date Customer Signature Make Check or Money Order to: PANASONIC ACCESSORIES
Phone#: Day ( )
TO OBTAIN ANY OF OUR DIGITAL CAMERA ACCESSORIES YOU CAN DO ANY OF THE FOLLOWING: VISIT YOUR LOCAL PANASONIC DEALER OR CALL PANASONICS ACCESSORY ORDER LINE AT 1-800-332-5368 [6 AM-5 PM M-F, 6 AM-10:30 AM SAT, PACIFIC TIME] OR MAIL THIS ORDER TO: PANASONIC SERVICES COMPANY ACCESSORY ORDER OFFICE 20421 84th Avenue South Kent, WA. 98032
In CANADA, please contact your local Dealer for more information on Accessories. 96
Request for Service Notice (For USA Only)
Please photocopy this form when making a request for service notice. In the unlikely event this product needs service. your purchase. Request for Service Notice: Please include so willproof ofyour repair.) (Failure to due delay
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