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Settings I mostly use this camera for taking pictures of animals, indoors and outdoors. The camera has worked fine but I started messing around with the settings and now everything has gone weird. Too much flash or very orange looking or fuzzy. How do I restore to factory settings? THANKS! Jen

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Press [MENU - SET ] to display the [SETUP] menu and select [RESET]. The [REC] or [SETUP] menu settings are reset to the initial (factory) settings. You can download the manual following the link below: http://service.us.panasonic.com/OPERMANPDF/DMCTZ1-MULTI.PDF

Posted on Jul 24, 2007

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