Panasonic DMCGX1XS User Manual (en)

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Recording
Applicable modes: 
Set the compression rate at which the pictures are to be stored.
¢1 If you delete a RAW file from the camera, the corresponding JPEG image will also be 
deleted.
¢2 It is fixed to maximum recordable pixels ([L]) for each image aspect ratio.
Note
You can enjoy more advanced picture editing if you use RAW files. You can save RAW files in a 
file format (JPEG, TIFF etc.) that can be displayed on your PC etc., develop them and edit them 
using the software “SILKYPIX Developer Studio” by Ichikawa Soft Laboratory on the CD-ROM 
(supplied).
The following effects are not reflected in RAW images:
[PHOTO STYLE], [RED-EYE REMOVAL], [I.RESOLUTION], [I.DYNAMIC] and 
[COLOR SPACE] in [REC] Menu
Scene Mode
Creative Control Mode
[
] images are recorded with a smaller data volume than [
] or [
].
You cannot set to [
], [
] or [
] in the following cases:
When [BURST RATE] is set to [SH]
When White Balance Bracket is set
Refer to 
 for details.
[QUALITY]
[A]
JPEG
A JPEG image in which image quality was given priority.
[]
A standard image quality JPEG image.
This is useful for increasing the number of shots without changing the 
number of pixels.
[
]
RAW
iJPEG
You can record a RAW image and a JPEG image ([A] or [›]) 
simultaneously.
¢1
[
]
[
]
RAW
You can only record RAW images.
¢2
[FACE RECOG.]