Panasonic DMC-FX9 User Manual (en)

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∫ Playback
1: Pictures being played are rotated and 
displayed in an unexpected direction.
The camera has a function to 
automatically rotate and display pictures 
recorded by holding the camera 
vertically.
(If you take pictures aiming the camera 
up or down, the camera may recognize 
that it is held vertically.)
• When [ROTATE DISP.] (P81) is set to 
[OFF], you can display the pictures 
without being rotated.
• You can rotate pictures with [ROTATE] 
function. (P82)
2: The picture is not played back.
• Is the mode dial set to playback [
]?
• Is the card inserted?
• Is there a picture in the card?
3: The picture played back looks rough. 
Noise appears on the picture.
• Is the ISO sensitivity is high or is the 
shutter speed slow?
– Decrease the ISO sensitivity. (P69)
– Set [PICT.ADJ.] to [NATURAL]. (P76)
– Take pictures in bright places.
4: The folder number and the file number 
are displayed as [—] and the screen 
may turn black.
• Is the picture edited with a PC or 
recorded with the digital camera other 
than Panasonic?
This may also result if the battery is 
removed immediately after recording or 
by recording with the exhausted battery.
– In order to delete the pictures 
mentioned above, format the data. 
(P91) (Once formatted, all the data 
including the other pictures cannot be 
restored. Confirm carefully to format.)
∫ TV, PC and printer
1: The picture does not appear on the 
television.
• Is the camera connected to the TV 
correctly?
• Set the TV input to external input mode.
2: The display areas on the TV screen and 
the camera’s LCD monitor are different.
With some TV models, the area display 
is smaller so the top and bottom or left 
and right of the picture may appear cut 
off when the picture is displayed. This is 
not a malfunction.
3: When connecting to a PC, pictures 
cannot be transferred.
• Is the camera connected to the PC 
correctly?
• Is the camera recognized by the PC 
correctly?
• Set [USB MODE] to [PC]. (P93)
4: The card is not recognized by the PC.
• Disconnect the USB connection cable 
and then connect it again with the card 
inserted into the camera.
5: The pictures cannot be printed with 
the camera connected to printers.
• Is the printer supporting PictBridge?
– You cannot print pictures with printers 
which do not support PictBridge. (P96)
• Set [USB MODE] to [PictBridge (PTP)]. 
(P93)
6: The ends of the pictures are cut at 
printing.
• When using the printer with a trimming 
feature or other feature which cuts out 
both edges of the pictures, cancel the 
feature for printing. The feature 
depends on the printer used. (Refer to 
the operating instructions of the printer 
for details.)
• When you order photo studios to print 
pictures, ask the photo studio if the 
pictures can be printed with both ends.