Panasonic DMC-TZ10 User Manual

Page of 178
90   
VQT2R48
VQT2R48
   91
 Useful features for travel 
[TRAVEL MODE]
Recording Mode: 
                     
∗ Recording only. (Cannot set.)
   [TRAVEL DATE] 
If you set your travel schedule and record pictures, which day of your trip the picture was 
recorded will be recorded. 
Set-up:
 
• Clock must be set in advance (→19).
Select [TRAVEL DATE] from 
[TRAVEL MODE] menu (→20) 
Select [SET]
Set departure date
Set the return date in the 
same way
 
• The colour of the date frame from 
the departure date to the return date 
changes.
Close the menu 
 
• The departure date and return date 
you set are displayed on the [TRAVEL 
MODE] menu screen.
 
Clearing the information
After the return date, the information 
is automatically cleared. To clear the 
information before this date, select [OFF] 
in step  .
 
• If [TRAVEL DATE] is turned [OFF], 
[LOCATION] is also automatically turned [OFF].
 
The number of days elapsed is displayed for approx. 5 sec. when switching from playback 
to Recording Mode or when power is turned on. (
 displayed at bottom-right of screen)
 
The travel date is calculated from the set departure date and the date set in the 
camera’s Clock. When destination is set in [WORLD TIME], days elapsed are 
calculated based on local destination time.
 
The set travel date is saved even when the camera’s power is turned off.
 
When [TRAVEL DATE] is set to [OFF], the number of days elapsed is not recorded. It is 
not displayed even if [TRAVEL DATE] is set to [SET] after recording.
 
If settings are made before departure date, number of days to departure are displayed 
in orange with a minus sign (but not recorded).
 
When [TRAVEL DATE] is displayed in white with a minus sign, the [HOME] date is one 
day in advance of the [DESTINATION] date (this is recorded).
 
To print the number of days that have passed, either use [TEXT STAMP] or print using 
the software on the supplied CD-ROM ‘PHOTOfunSTUDIO’.
 
• If items have been set, the settings for each item are displayed.
The menu name for the selected item is displayed.
   [TRAVEL DATE] 
If you set your travel schedule and record pictures, which day of your trip the picture was 
recorded will be recorded. 
Set-up:
 
• Clock must be set in advance (→17).
Select [TRAVEL DATE] from the 
[TRAVEL MODE] menu (→20) 
Select [TRAVEL SETUP] 
Select [SET]
Set the departure date
Set the return date in the 
same way
 
• The colour of the date frame from 
the departure date to the return date 
changes.
Close the menu 
 
Clearing the information
After the return date, the information 
is automatically cleared. To clear the 
information before this date, select [OFF] 
in step  .
 
• If [TRAVEL SETUP] is turned [OFF], 
[LOCATION] is also automatically turned 
[OFF].
 
The number of days elapsed is displayed for approx. 5 sec. when switching from 
Playback to Recording Mode or when power is turned on. (
 displayed at bottom-right 
of screen)
 
The travel date is calculated from the set departure date and the date set in the 
camera’s Clock. When destination is set in [WORLD TIME], days elapsed are 
calculated based on local destination time.
 
The set travel date is saved even when the camera’s power is turned off.
 
When [TRAVEL SETUP] is set to [OFF], the number of days elapsed is not recorded. It 
is not displayed even if [TRAVEL SETUP] is set to [SET] after recording.
 
If settings are made before the departure date, the number of days to departure are 
displayed in orange with a minus sign (but not recorded).
 
When [TRAVEL DATE] is displayed in white with a minus sign, the [HOME] date is one 
day in advance of the [DESTINATION] date (this is recorded).
 
To print the number of days that have passed, either use [TEXT STAMP] or print using 
the software on the supplied CD-ROM ‘PHOTOfunSTUDIO’.
 
[TRAVEL DATE] cannot be set for motion pictures recorded in [AVCHD Lite].
downloadlike
ArtboardArtboardArtboard
Report Bug