Panasonic DMC-FX12 User Manual (en)

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: AUTO/Red-eye reduction
¢1
The flash is automatically activated when 
the recording conditions make it necessary.
It is activated once before the actual 
recording to reduce the red-eye 
phenomenon (eyes of the subject 
appearing red in the picture) and then 
activated again for the actual recording.
• Use this when you take pictures of 
people in low lighting conditions.
: Forced ON
The flash is activated every time regardless 
of the recording conditions.
• Use this when your subject is back-lit 
or under fluorescent light.
: Forced ON/Red-eye reduction
¢1
• The flash setting is set to Forced ON/
Red-eye reduction only when you set 
[PARTY] (P47) or [CANDLE LIGHT] 
(P48) in scene mode.
: Slow sync./Red-eye reduction
¢1
If you take a picture with a dark background 
landscape, this feature will slow the shutter 
speed when the flash is activated so that 
the dark background landscape will 
become bright. Simultaneously it reduces 
the red-eye phenomenon.
• You can set Slow sync./Red-eye 
reduction only in [NIGHT PORTRAIT] 
(P46), [PARTY] (P47) and 
[CANDLE LIGHT] (P48) in scene mode.
: Forced OFF
The flash is not activated in any recording 
conditions.
• Use this when you take pictures in 
places where the use of the flash is not 
permitted.
¢1 The flash is activated twice. The 
subject should not move until the 
second flash is activated.
∫ Available flash settings by recording 
mode
The available flash settings depend on the 
recording mode.
(
±: Available, —: Not available, ¥: Initial 
setting)
¢2 It becomes Forced ON [
], when the 
backlight compensation function is 
activated.
• The flash setting may change if the 
recording mode is changed. Set the flash 
setting again if necessary.
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