Panasonic DMC-TZ10 User Manual

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 Taking pictures according to the scene 
[SCENE MODE]
Recording Mode: 
 
[CUSTOM] Switch to your own settings and record 
Settings registered in [CUST.SET MEM.] can be quickly called up by setting the mode dial 
to 
.
Set to 
 (recording)
Set to 
 (Custom Mode)
Select custom set 
 
• Press [DISPLAY] to display the 
registered settings content. 
Use ◄► to switch between 
screens.
Press [DISPLAY] again to return.
 
Even if [REC] menu, etc. is changed in [CUSTOM], the content of the custom set does 
not change. When changing registration content, reset in [CUST.SET MEM.].
 
At the time of purchase, [PROGRAM AE] Mode initial settings are registered in the 
custom set.
Register your own settings and record 
[CUSTOM] Mode 
(continued)
Recording Mode: 
Using [SCENE MODE] enables you to take pictures with optimum settings (exposure, 
colouring, etc.) for given scenes. 
Set to   
Set to 
Select and set the scene
(Press [MENU/SET] and then press ►, if 
scene menu is not displayed)
 
Scene menu
Zoom lever can 
also be used to 
switch to next 
screen.
To see description of each scene:
Select the scene, and press the 
[DISPLAY] button.
 
To take motion pictures 
(→72)
 
Registering commonly used 
scenes
[MY SCN MODE] 
 (→71)
[MY SCENE MODE] 
 (→71)
 
Selecting a Scene Mode inappropriate for the actual scene may affect the colouring of 
your picture.
 
Following [REC] menu settings will be automatically adjusted and cannot be selected 
manually (available settings vary according to scene setting).
[INTELLIGENT ISO], [SENSITIVITY], [METERING MODE], [I.EXPOSURE], [MIN. 
SHTR SPEED], [I.RESOLUTION], [COLOR EFFECT], [PICT.ADJ.]
 
White Balance can only be set in the next scene. (Setting is restored to [AWB] when 
scene is changed.)
[PORTRAIT], [SOFT SKIN], [TRANSFORM], [SELF PORTRAIT], [PANORAMA ASSIST] 
(First picture only), [SPORTS], [BABY], [PET], [HIGH SENS.], [HI-SPEED BURST], 
[PIN HOLE], [HIGH DYNAMIC], [PHOTO FRAME], [UNDERWATER] (fine adjustment 
only)
 
The types of flash available (→48) vary according to the scene. The Scene Mode flash 
setting is reset to the default setting when the Scene Mode is changed.
 
Guidelines displayed in grey in [NIGHT PORTRAIT], [NIGHT SCENERY], [STARRY 
SKY], and [FIREWORKS] Scene Modes.
[MENU/SET]
[DISPLAY]
Zoom lever
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