Panasonic DMC-LX100 User Manual

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Connecting with other devices
Storing recorded still pictures and motion pictures in 
the recorder
Follow the correct method for your device. 
Copying by inserting the card into the recorder
You can copy pictures using Panasonic equipment (such as 
Blu-ray disc recorders) with support for each file format.
 •See the instruction manual for the recorder for details for copying 
and playing back.
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Dubbing playback pictures via AV cables (optional)
You can transfer or copy the pictures played back on this unit to a recorder, disc, video 
tapes, or other media using the standard picture quality. This method is useful as it allows 
dubbing to be performed even with devices that are not compatible with high definition 
images. Audio will be monaural.
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Connect camera to recorder
 •Check the plug direction and insert it straight in. (If the cable is inserted in the wrong direction, 
the plug could become deformed and cause faulty operation) Also, do not insert into the wrong 
socket. Doing so may cause damage to this unit.
Align the marks, and insert.
[AV OUT/DIGITAL] socket 
AV cable (optional)
To recorder’s input socket
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Start recording on recorder
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Start playback on camera
 •To stop recording (dubbing), stop the recording on your recorder first before stopping the 
playback on the camera.
 
Always use a genuine Panasonic AV cable (DMW-AVC1: optional).
 
When using a TV with a 4:3 aspect ratio, always change the camera’s [TV Aspect] setting 
 
to [4:3] before dubbing. Motion pictures copied in the [16:9] setting will appear vertically stretched 
when viewed on a 4:3 TV screen.
 
For details on dubbing and playback methods, refer to your recorder’s operating instructions.
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