Panasonic DMC-GH1 User Manual (ja)

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Basic
Face of the person that is taken often can be registered along with 
information such as name and birthday.
When a picture is taken with [FACE RECOG.] turned [ON], it will 
search for the face similar to the registered face, setting the focus 
and exposure preferentially.
It is also possible, during face recognition, to make the camera 
remember people’s faces, to detect faces that have been taken 
more often than others, and to display the face recognition registration screen of that face. 
(P110)
Note
[FACE RECOG.] will find a face similar to the registered face, and does not guarantee secure 
recognition of a person.
Faces with similar distinctive features such as those of parents and children or siblings may not 
be correctly recognized.
Face Recognition may take more time to select and recognize distinctive facial features than 
regular face detection.
It is possible to set the focus and exposure to the specified subject. Focus and exposure 
will keep following the subject automatically even if it moves.
1
Press 
2.
[
] is displayed in the lower left of the screen.
AF Tracking frame is displayed in the center of the 
screen.
Press 
2 again to cancel.
2
Place the subject in the Tracking frame, and 
press the shutter button halfway to lock the subject.
AF area will turn green when the camera detects the subject.
AF tracking frame will turn yellow when you release the shutter button and 
the optimum scene for the locked subject will be identified.
Press 
2 to cancel.
Note
[FACE RECOG.] does not work during AF tracking.
Please read the Note regarding the AF tracking on P78.
You can compensate the exposure.
Refer to P71 for details.
1
Press the front dial to switch to Exposure 
Compensation operation.
2
Rotate the front dial.
The Exposure Compensation value appears on the 
lower portion of the screen.
Select [0] to return to the original exposure.
Face Recognition
AF Tracking Function
Compensating the Exposure
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