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Re: Take a good photograph
I shied away from several cameras through various reasons, quality problems.... 8 mp pushing the limits... steep learning curve and so on.
The LC1 allows you to get started with excellent results by using auto, so you don't miss any shots and you can introduce yourself gradually in to manual without the frustration of less than acceptable shots.
Set all settings to 'A', initially use spot metering, aim at your subject, half depress shutter button for the camera to focus, fully press to take the photo.
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Contact Panasonic - there is a widespread problem with CCDs in the last 3 or 4 years - keep pressing them for free repair as is your due with faulty goods, even outside the warranty period. See the following link:- Widespread CCD problems in consumer imaging productsCCD Sensor Problems in Consumer Imaging Products .... Given that the Leica DIGILUX 2 is a variant of Panasonic's Lumix DMC-LC1 design, it isn't surprising ... www.imaging-resource.com/badccds.html - 51k - Cached - Similar pages
Clean everithing around the battery conections, try another battery too, check the polarity (basiks). Try to use with the computer in webcam mode. But dont try too hard if the common sence not workig, use the warranty!!!
No. All Lumix® Digital Cameras have a built-in feature to conserve battery power. After a certain amount of inactivity, the LCD will power down to preserve the battery. Simply hit the SHTR button, and the LCD will turn ON.
Unlike 35mm cameras that store images on film, Lumix® Digital Cameras store images on SD Memory Cards, which make sharing and storing your pictures easy and convenient. You simply insert an SD Memory Card into the camera, take pictures until the card is full, and then you can transfer the pictures onto a compatible PC. Once you saved all your pictures, you can erase the card and start all over again.
The MEGA Optical Image Stabilizer helps correct hand movement from shaky hands, one of the main reasons why cameras produce blurry images. Lumix® Digital Cameras with MEGA Optical Image Stabilizer technology have a built-in gyrosensor that detects any hand movement and relays a signal to a tiny microcomputer inside the camera, which instantly calculates the compensation needed. A linear motor then shifts the Optical Image Stabilizer lens as necessary to guide incoming light from the image straight to the CCD. You won't even notice it working—all you'll see are the outstanding results!