Question about Panasonic DMC-FZ200 Superzoom Digital Camera
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Transfering Video Clips
Hi I've had this problem with two Panasonics Lumix so far (FZ-7 and FX-9) - I'm guessing this is a Panasonic firmware / iPhoto incompatibility. The only solution I've found is to manually copy the movies from the camera to to your Mac and then drag n drop them into iPhoto. To do this: 1) Go to the Fnder desktop and open up the camera's hard-drive icon (probably called 'NO NAME' - nice!). 2) You should see a folder inside called 'DCIM' - double-click to open this 3) Inside this you will see at least one folder (though there maybe 2 or 3) called 102_PANA (or 103_PANA etc) 4) These folders are where the camera stores all your pictures and videos and (hopefully) will contain the actual movies that iPhoto neglected to fully import 5) Drag these onto your desktop (or a newly created folder on the desktop called 'Videos from camera' for example) and wait for them to copy fully 6) Now you can safely drag and drop the videos from the folder on your camera into the Mac's Wasterbasket 7) Import the copied movies into iPhoto (either by dragging and dropping or by the 'File --> Import to L:ibrary' menu command) 8) Once they have been imported, you can optionally delete these videos from the desktop now 9) Remember to repeat steps 3 to 8 for each folder you find in the 'NO NAME/DCIM' folder on the camera That's it - hope it works for you. I'd love to know if anyone else has a more elegant solution!! Cheers S
Posted on Sep 03, 2007
SOURCE: please can you solve my problem?
You may need some of this stuff..Click on the link and scroll down to the end of the page for the drivers..
Posted on Dec 02, 2007
SOURCE: How can I transfer my
The TZ10 behaves like a HD video camera and prefers to work with iMovie to store your footage so you can then edit your video into a Movie (project).
In iMovie select the camera icon (far left button on middle toolbar) to transfer your videos to your Mac. After you edit your footage into a Project, select Share-->iTunes to add your polished project to your iTunes library.
After adding your movie to iTunes, you can always drag it from your iTunes library to the iPhoto icon on the dock to store it there too!
Posted on Mar 06, 2011
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Panasonic DMC-FZ200 change language setting
switch on and press menu/set button in set up scroll down until you see a symbol of a face with a speech bubble select this and then select the required language.
can be downloaded from the following site.http://www.camerauserguide.net/panasonic-lumix-dmc-fz200-camera-users-manual-guide-owners-instruction/14129
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