Panasonic DMC-TZ10 User Manual

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Taking pictures with flash
 
(Continued)
Recording Mode:    
 
 
 
 
 
 
 Taking close-up pictures
Recording Mode: 
 
 
 
     
 
 
 Available types in each mode 
(○: Available, –: Not available, 
: Default setting)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
○∗
  
Set to 
 (Auto), 
 (Auto/Red-Eye Reduction), 
 (Slow Sync./Red-Eye Reduction) or 
 (Slow Sync.) depending on the subject and brightness.
 
• The flash cannot be used when recording motion pictures, Scene Modes 
 or 
 
Focus range according to ISO Sensitivity and zoom
Focus range
Max. W
Max. T
[SENSITIVITY]
(→97)
AUTO
Approx. 0.6-5.3 m (1.97-17.4 feet) Approx. 1.0-3.6 m (3.28-11.8 feet)
ISO80
Approx. 0.6-1.5 m (1.97-4.92 feet)
Approx. 1.0m (3.28 feet)
ISO100
Approx. 0.6-1.6 m (1.97-5.24 feet) Approx. 1.0-1.1 m (3.28-3.61 feet)
ISO200
Approx. 0.6-2.3 m (1.97-7.54 feet) Approx. 1.0-1.6 m (3.28-5.25 feet)
ISO400
Approx. 0.6-3.3 m (1.97-10.8 feet) Approx. 1.0-2.2 m (3.28-7.22 feet)
ISO800
Approx. 0.8-4.7 m (2.62-15.4 feet) Approx. 1.0-3.2 m (3.28-10.5 feet)
ISO1600 Approx. 1.15-6.7 m (3.77-22.0 feet) Approx. 1.0-4.5 m (3.28-14.8 feet)
[INTELLIGENT ISO]
(→96)
ISOMAX400 Approx. 0.6-3.3 m (1.97-10.8 feet) Approx. 1.0-2.2 m (3.28-7.22 feet)
ISOMAX800 Approx. 0.8-4.7 m (2.62-15.4 feet) Approx. 1.0-3.2 m (3.28-10.5 feet) 
ISOMAX1600 Approx. 1.15-6.7 m (3.77-22.0 feet) Approx. 1.0-4.5 m (3.28-14.8 feet)
[HIGH SENS.]
(→66)
ISO1600-
ISO6400 Approx. 1.15-13.5 m (3.77-44.3 feet) Approx. 1.0-9.1 m (3.28-29.9 feet)
[FLASH BURST]
(→67)
ISO100-
ISO3200 Approx. 0.6-3.4 m (1.97-11.2 feet) Approx. 1.0-2.3 m (3.28-7.54 feet)
 
Do not put your hands over the light-emitting area of the flash (→9, 10) or look at it 
from close range (a few centimeters away).
Do not use the flash at close distances to other subjects (heat/light may damage subject).
 
Flash settings may be changed when changing Recording Mode.
 
Scene Mode flash settings are restored to default when Scene Mode is changed.
 
Edges of picture may become slightly dark if using flash at short distances without 
using zoom (close to max. W). This may be remedied by using a little zoom. 
 
If flash is to be emitted, flash type marks (e.g. 
) will turn red when shutter button is 
pressed halfway.
 
No pictures may be taken if these marks (e.g. 
) are flashing (flash is charging).
 
Insufficient flash reach may be due to inadequately set exposure or White Balance.
 
Flash effect may not be fully achieved with high shutter speeds.
 
Flash charging may take time if battery is low, or if using flash repeatedly.
When you want to enlarge the subject, setting to [AF MACRO] (
) enables you to take 
pictures at an even closer distance than the normal focus range (up to 3 cm (0.10 feet)) 
for max. W). 
Display [MACRO MODE]
Select [AF MACRO]
Displayed for approx. 5 sec.
Take a picture
 display
 Taking close-up pictures without standing close to subject 
 ‘Tele macro’ function
Useful for taking close-up pictures of, for example, birds that may fly away if approached, 
or to blur background and emphasize subject.
‘Tele macro’ operates automatically when Optical or Extra Optical Zoom ratios are 
close to the maximum T setting (10x or above for Optical Zoom). 
The focus can be 
aligned for distances as close as 1 m (3.28 feet).
Turn to 
max. T
 changes to 
 
Digital Zoom may also be used.
 
This function also operates when taking pictures in 
the following Scene Modes. (
 is not displayed)
[FOOD], [CANDLE LIGHT], [BABY], [PET], [HIGH 
SENS.], [HI-SPEED BURST], [FLASH BURST], 
[PIN HOLE], [FILM GRAIN] , [HIGH DYNAMIC], 
[UNDERWATER]
 
It may take some time until 
distant subjects come into focus.
 
When using 
 ([INTELLIGENT 
AUTO] Mode), macro recording 
can be activated by just pointing 
the camera at the subject. (when 
 is displayed)
 
[AF MACRO] automatically 
activates when [AF MODE] is set 
to 
 (AF Tracking). (
 is not 
displayed.)
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