Руководство По Работе для Panasonic DMC-TZ8

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 Changing recording information display
 Taking pictures with flash
Recording Mode:    
 
 
 
 
 
 
Change between different LCD monitor displays, such as Histograms.
 
 Histogram
Displays distribution of brightness in picture
– e.g. if the graph peaks at the right, this means there are 
several bright areas in the picture. (Guide) A peak in the centre 
represents correct brightness (correct exposure). This can be 
used as a reference for exposure correction (→53), etc.
 
• Histogram from time of recording is different to Histogram 
in playback and displayed in orange, when recording with 
flash or in dark locations. Also, Histogram may differ from 
Histograms made with image editing software.
 
• Not displayed during 
 ([INTELLIGENT AUTO] Mode), 
 ([CLIPBOARD] Mode), [MULTI 
ASPECT], [PHOTO FRAME] or Playback Zoom.
 
 Guide lines
 
• Reference for composition (e.g. balance) when 
recording.
 
• [INTELLIGENT AUTO] Mode and [CLIPBOARD] 
Mode display 
 only.
 
• This is not displayed in [MULTI ASPECT] Mode.
 
Judge balance
 
Judge centre of 
subject
 
During Playback Zoom, Motion Picture Playback, Slide Show: Display on/off.
 
During menu display, Multi Playback or Calendar Playback: Display cannot be changed.
(Example)
OK
Dark←
 → Bright
Press to change display
 
In Recording Mode
Recording 
information∗
1
Motion picture recording 
information∗
1,
2
 
No display
Guide lines∗
1,
3
 
In Playback Mode
 Set [HISTOGRAM] to [ON] to display 
Histogram (→23).
•  Return to the ‘Recording 
information’ display by pressing the 
shutter button halfway. 
•  Displayed when recording motion 
pictures instead of the left screen. 
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Select Guide line pattern and 
recording information display on/off 
with [GUIDE LINE] setting (→23).
 
• When 
 is in use, recording 
information and Guide lines cannot 
be displayed simultaneously.
Recording 
information
Recording information 
or Histogram∗
1
No display
Display [FLASH]
Select the desired type
Can also be 
selected with ►.
(Example displayed about 5 
seconds, [PROGRAM AE] Mode 
(
))
Type, operations
Uses
[AUTO]
 
• Automatically judges whether or not to flash
Normal use
[AUTO/RED-EYE]
1
 
• Automatically judges whether or not to flash 
(reduce red-eye)
Taking pictures of subjects in dark 
places
[FORCED FLASH ON]
 
• Always flash
Taking pictures with backlight or 
under bright lighting (e.g. fluorescent)
[FORCED ON/RED-EYE]
1
 
• Always flash (reduce red-eye)
[SLOW SYNC./RED-EYE]
1
 
• Automatically judges whether or not to flash 
(reduce red-eye; slow shutter speed to take 
brighter pictures)
Taking pictures of subjects against a 
nightscape (tripod recommended)
[FORCED FLASH OFF]
 
• Never flash
Places where flash use is prohibited
1
  Two flashes will be emitted. Do not move until after the second flash. Interval between flashes varies 
according to brightness of subject.
If [RED-EYE REMOVAL] on the [REC] menu is [ON], the 
 appears with the flash icon, red-eye 
is automatically detected and still picture data is corrected. (Only when [AF MODE] is 
 (Face 
Detection))
 
Shutter speeds are as follows:
 
 : 1/30∗
2
 - 1/2000th
 
 : 1∗
2,
3
 - 1/2000th
Varies according to [MIN. SHTR SPEED] setting. 
3  
When [MIN. SHTR SPEED] is set to [AUTO], it is maximum 1/4 second, and when [STABILIZER] 
is turned to [OFF] or there is little jitter, maximum 1 second. Also varies according to 
[INTELLIGENT AUTO] Mode, [SCENE MODE], zoom position.
 
The effect of red-eye reduction varies depending on the subject and is affected by factors such as 
distance to the subject, whether the subject is looking at the camera during preliminary flash, and so 
on. In some cases, the effect of red-eye reduction may be negligible.
 
Stand at least 1 m (3.28 feet) 
away when using flash to take 
pictures of infants.
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