Panasonic DMC-LX100 User Manual

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Recording mode
Taking pictures with automatic settings  [Intelligent Auto] Mode 
Automatic Scene Detection
When taking pictures
[i-Portrait]
[i-Scenery]
[i-Macro]
[i-Night Portrait]
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1
[i-Night Scenery]
[i-Handheld Night 
Shot]
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2
[i-Food]
[i-Baby]
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3
[i-Sunset]
When scene does not correspond to any of the above
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1
  When the flash (supplied/optional) is used.
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2
  When [iHandheld Night Shot] is [ON]. 
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3
  When children (that are registered in the camera with Face Recognition) under 3 years old are 
recognized.
When recording motion pictures
[i-Portrait]
[i-Scenery]
[i-Low Light]
[i-Macro]
When scene does not correspond to any of the above
 •In [   ], [   ], and [   ], the camera adjusts the focus on the eye that is closest to this 
unit and matches the exposure with the face. In [Intelligent Auto] Mode, the eye to be 
focused on cannot be changed. 
([Face/Eye Detection])
 •When the camera identifies [   ] as the optimal scene and if the camera determines 
that jitter is reduced by the use of a tripod or by other means, a shutter speed that 
is slower than usual is selected. After pressing the shutter button, do not move the 
camera while recording.
 •Automatic Scene Detection does not function until the focus is locked on a subject 
during AF Tracking.
 •When [Face Recog.] is set to [ON] and if the camera recognizes a face similar to a 
registered face, [R] is displayed on the upper right corner of the [   ], [   ], and [   ] 
icons.
 
Depending on recording conditions, different scene types may be determined for the same 
subject.
About Backlight Compensation
Backlight compensation is automatically activated in [Intelligent Auto] Mode. Backlight 
is a condition where a light shines from behind a subject. When there is a backlight, 
the subject appears darker and the camera will automatically attempt to correct it by 
increasing the brightness of the picture.
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