Panasonic DMC-TZ10 User Manual

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 Taking pictures with automatic settings
[INTELLIGENT AUTO] Mode
Recording Mode: 
 
To use flash 
Select either 
 (Auto) or   (Forced Flash Off).
 
• When 
 is used, 
 (Auto/Red-Eye Reduction), 
 (Slow Sync./Red-Eye Reduction) and 
 (Slow 
Sync.) are selected automatically according to the subject 
type and brightness. For details (→47).
 
 and 
 indicate that digital red-eye correction is 
activated.
 
• The shutter speed is slower in 
 and 
.
 
Focus range (→51).
 
The following menu items may be set in [INTELLIGENT AUTO] Mode:
 
 ([REC] menu): [PICTURE SIZE]∗
1
, [BURST], [COLOR EFFECT]∗
1
, [FACE RECOG.]
 
 ([MOTION PICTURE] menu) 
:  [REC MODE], [REC QUALITY]∗
1
 
 ([TRAVEL MODE] menu): [GPS SETTING] 
,[GPS AREA SELECT] 
[AREA INFO. SET] 
, [TRAVEL DATE], [AUTO CLOCK SET] 
, [WORLD TIME]
 
 ([SETUP] menu∗
2
): [CLOCK SET], [BEEP]∗
1
, [LANGUAGE], [STABILIZER DEMO.]
1
  Items that may be set differ from other Recording Modes.
2
  Other items on the [SETUP] menu will reflect settings made in [PROGRAM AE] 
Mode, etc.
 
 According to the following conditions, different scene types may be determined for the 
same subject.
Face contrast, conditions of subject (size, distance, colouring, contrast, movement), 
zoom ratio, sunset, sunrise, low brightness, jitter
 
If desired scene type is not selected, we recommend manually selecting the appropriate 
Recording Mode. (Scene Mode: →61)
 
Backlight compensation:
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.
 
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) 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.] • [SLEEP MODE]: [5 MIN.] • [GUIDE LINE]:   
 
• [WHITE BALANCE]: [AWB] • [QUALITY]:   (Fine) • [INTELLIGENT ISO] 
 
• [STABILIZER]: [AUTO] • [AF MODE]: 
 (Face Detection)∗
3
 
 
• [AF ASSIST LAMP]: [ON] • [PRE AF]: [Q-AF] • [METERING MODE]: 
 (Multiple)
 
• [I.EXPOSURE]: [STANDARD] • [I.RESOLUTION]: [i.ZOOM]
 
• [RED-EYE REMOVAL]: [ON] • [CONTINUOUS AF]: [ON] • [WIND CUT]: [OFF]
3
 
 (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.]
Turn on the power
Set to 
 
Set to   
([INTELLIGENT AUTO] Mode)
Take a picture
Press halfway 
(press lightly to focus)
Press fully 
(press the button all the 
way to record)
Optimum settings are made automatically from information such as ‘face’, ‘movement’, 
‘brightness’, and ‘distance’ just by pointing the camera at the subject, meaning that clear 
pictures can be taken without the need to make settings manually.
 
To take motion pictures 
 
(→72)
 
Automatic Scene Detection
Camera reads scene when pointed at subject, and makes optimum settings 
automatically.
Recognises people [i PORTRAIT] 
Recognises babies [i BABY] (When babies (under 3 years) that are registered with the 
Face Recognition function are recognised)
Recognises landscapes [i SCENERY]
Recognises night scenes and people in them [i NIGHT PORTRAIT]
(Only when 
 is selected)
Recognises night scenes [i NIGHT SCENERY]
Recognises close-ups [i MACRO]
Recognises sunsets [i SUNSET]
Reads subject movement to avoid blurring when scene does not correspond to any of the 
above.
Shutter button
Focus display
(when focus aligned: 
flashing → illuminated)
Recognised scene icon displayed in blue 
for 2 sec.
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