Panasonic DMC-FX9 User Manual (en)

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5: Motion picture recording stops in the 
middle.
• Are you using a MultiMediaCard?
– This unit does not support 
MultiMediaCard.
• When you set the picture quality to 
[30fpsVGA], we recommend using a 
high speed SD Memory Card with 
“10 MB/s” or greater displayed on the 
package.
• Depending on the type of SD Memory 
Card and how many times it has been 
recorded onto or deleted, recording 
may stop in the middle. If something like 
this happens, clean-up may be 
effective. We recommend you clean up 
the card using the camera in advance. 
(P90)
∫ LCD monitor
1: The LCD monitor is turned off 
sometimes although the camera is 
turned on.
• Have you set to the economy mode? 
(P23)
– In the economy mode, the LCD 
monitor is turned off while the flash is 
charged.
2: The brightness of the screen 
becomes dark or bright for a moment.
• This phenomenon appears when 
pressing the shutter button halfway to 
set the aperture value and does not 
affect the recorded pictures.
3: The screen is too bright or dark.
• Adjust the brightness of the screen. 
(P22)
• Is the power LCD function activated? 
(P26)
4: Some pixels are inactive or always lit 
on the LCD monitor.
• These pixels do not affect the recorded 
pictures.
This is not a malfunction.
5: Noise appears on the LCD monitor.
• In dark places, noise may appear to 
maintain the brightness of the LCD 
monitor.
This does not affect the pictures you are 
recording.
6: A vertical red line appears on the LCD 
monitor.
• This is called smear. It is specific to 
CCD, not a malfunction. It appears 
when the subject has a bright part. It is 
recorded on motion pictures, but not 
recorded on still pictures.
∫ Flash
1: Flash is not activated.
• Is the flash setting set to Forced OFF 
[
]?
– Change the flash setting. (P38)
• The flash is not activated when in 
motion picture mode [
], [SCENERY] 
(P58), [NIGHT SCENERY] (P59), 
[FIREWORKS] (P62) or [STARRY SKY] 
(P63) in scene mode is selected.
2: The flash is activated 2 times.
• When you select AUTO/Red-eye 
reduction [
], the first flash is 
activated for red-eye prevention on the 
subject (red-eye phenomenon) before 
actually recording pictures. After the 
first flash, the flash is activated again for 
recording.