Panasonic DMC-FX12 User Manual (en)

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• You cannot use the following functions.
– High angle mode
– Exposure compensation
– [D.ZOOM]
– [BURST]
– [COL.MODE]
• You cannot set the following items.
– [TRAVEL DATE]
– [WORLD TIME]
∫ The Backlight Compensation
Backlight refers to when light comes from 
the back of a subject.
In this case, the subject, such as a person, 
will become dark so this function 
compensates the backlight by brightening 
the whole of the picture.
Press 
3.
• When the backlight compensation 
function is activated, [
(compensating backlight ON indication 
A) appears. Press 
3 again to cancel 
this function.
• We recommend using the flash when you 
use the backlight compensation function. 
(The flash is fixed to Forced ON [
].)
• The flash setting is fixed to AUTO/Red-eye 
reduction [
] when the backlight 
compensation function is set to [OFF].
Taking Pictures with 
the Zoom
You can make people and objects appear 
closer and landscapes can be recorded in 
wide angle with the 3
k optical zoom. 
(35 mm film camera equivalent 35 mm to 
105 mm)
Set the picture size to something other than 
the highest setting for each aspect ratio 
[
/
/
] to make subjects appear 
additionally closer with no picture quality 
deterioration [Maximum of 4.5
(DMC-FX12)/4.1
k (DMC-FX10)].
∫ To make subjects appear closer use 
(Tele)
Rotate the zoom lever towards 
Tele.
∫ To make subjects appear further away 
use (Wide)
Rotate the zoom lever towards 
Wide.
BACKLIGHT
BACKLIGHT
3
3
Using the Optical Zoom/Using the 
Extended Optical Zoom (EZ)
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