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Many people have had similar problems - unless Win 10 drivers are available (check with the camera supplier) then your only option is to use a USB card reader, and mount the media card in that, treating it as an auxiliary drive.
That camera is around 10 years old. I don't think it has a backup battery it is a small capacitor mounted on the motherboard. If you're very fast you may be able to change the batteries before the faulty capacitor drains but I doubt it. Capacitors wear out over time, short of taking it apart finding it and replacing it I can think of no solution. If it is a SMT cap (surface mounted with no wires) this may be incredibly difficult.
Buy really good high capacity batteries so you don't have to change them as often.
It's only a 10 year old 2.3 megapixle camera, you really deserve better and Kodak still makes fine cameras. That camera has done it's duty. For $60 you can get a camera 10 times better than that one.
One of the problems with a point&shoot camera is that you can point and shoot but not all that much more.
The DMC-LZ2 doesn't give you direct control over the aperture. You can get a smaller aperture (larger f/number) by using the scenery mode, or a larger aperture (smaller f/number) by using the portrait or sports modes.
Are you using a DX lens. Do you know if you have the camera's auto focus set to AF (auto focus) or M (manual)? There are many things that effect the focus and as an added note, any shots over 1/60 shutter speed in normal light should be in focus without the need of a tripod.
I shoot a D80 and a D70 and I have excellent results and very clear pictures, I'd be will to bet that either your lens is incompatible with the camera or it's just a setting. I'd be happy to help if you could give more info to your settings.
Sounds like Photoshop's setting, or default setting, is to import picture at its maximum size. If you RESIZE pic on Photoshop, it shoud automatically increase DPI while reducing physical size.
The other thing to be aware, TZ3 defaults to a certain jpg compression. You can minimize compression of data with settings options on TZ3, but I doubt this has anything to do with your PhotoShop issue.
Also, in SIMPLE mode you can select a physical size for photo, even after pic is taken(resize), on camera.
At HQ quality I get at least 81 on a 64 mb. Smaller or larger cards I get numbers proportional to the card mb. I think the 16 number is based on the card that ships with the camera. You can buy as many SM cards as you need and offload them to your computer as you like and reuse the smartmedia.