Panasonic DMCGX1XS User Manual (en)

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Recording
Touch [SET].
Focus on the subject and take a picture.
A When Burst Mode is set to high speed [H].
Hold down the shutter button fully to activate the Burst Mode.
∫ Focusing in Burst Mode
The focus changes depending on the setting for [FOCUS PRIORITY
 in the 
[CUSTOM] menu and the Focus Mode setting.
¢1 When the subject is dark or the burst speed is set to [SH], the focus is fixed on the first 
picture.
¢2 The burst speed may become slower because the camera is continuously focusing on the 
subject.
¢3 Burst speed takes priority, and focus is estimated within possible range.
Note
We recommend using the remote shutter (DMW-RSL1; optional) when you want to keep the 
shutter button pressed fully while taking pictures in Burst Mode. Refer t
 for information 
about the remote shutter.
When the burst speed is set to [SH] or [H] (when the Focus Mode is [AFS] or [MF]), the 
exposure and White Balance are fixed at the settings used for the first picture for the 
subsequent pictures as well. Depending on the brightness of the subject, the second picture 
and subsequent pictures may be brighter or darker. When the burst speed is set to [H] (when 
the Focus Mode is [AFF] or [AFC]), [M] or [L], they are adjusted each time you take a picture.
Since the shutter speed becomes slower in dark places, the burst speed (pictures/second) may 
become slower.
When the flash is activated, you can take only 1 picture.
The Burst Mode is disabled in the following cases.
[MINIATURE EFFECT] in Creative Control Mode
When White Balance Bracket is set
When recording motion pictures
Focus Mode
Focus Priority
Focus
AFS
ON
At the first picture
OFF
AFF/AFC
¢1
ON
Normal focusing
¢2
OFF
Predicted focusing
¢3
MF
Focus set with Manual Focus
A