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Multiple copies of pictures

My Panasonic DMC-TZ1 is taking multiple pictures when I press the flash button. It just started doing this recently. Have I unknowingly changed a setting?

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Yes may be, there was a same query here;

Check the settings for "Burst Mode" in your Cam, it will be under main settings menu. Turn it off, if the problem prevails better backup all the pics/videos and then Reset the Camera.

If helpfull, kindly do Rank.

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Waqar

Posted on Jul 17, 2009

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Yes may be,
Check the settings for "Burst Mode" in your Cam, it will be under main settings menu. Turn it off, if the problem prevails better backup all the pics/videos and then Reset the Camera.

If helpfull, kindly do Rank.

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Overexposure, Underexposure


Try this:
12-29-2007, 10:17 AM epuronen user_offline.gif vbmenu_register("postmenu_274670", true); Junior Member Join Date: Dec 2007 Posts: 1 icon1.gif Lumix TZ1 problem with flash I have experienced problems when using my Lumix TZ1 with flash. The pictures are often too dark but sometimes too light. I have now found a work-around for this problem. It consists of doing the following:

* set the sensitivity to ISO 100
* set the flash to "A"
* take a picture with the lens cap on
* remove the lense cap and take your pictures - they should come out fine

I don't know why this works but I think that when the TZ1 does not have enough information to compute a shot, it will rely on information from previous shots. Taking a picture with the lens cap on may reset the information in the camera so that it does not rely on previous shots. Setting the ISO to 100 will prevent the over exposed shots as the software may sometimes choose ISO 400

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CLEAR PICTURES OFF DISC


Select a picture (pres rev button)
Then press the Del button twice.
The display gives you the option to delete all the pictures or multiple pictures.
Hank



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