Panasonic Cameras - Recent Questions, Troubleshooting & Support
System error (o.i.s)
This error is for the optical image stabilisation.
Generally the camera should be ok after your turn it on and off again.
The error you are getting is because either the OIS has malfunctioned
or is stuck.
I suggest that you take out its memory stick, the
battery etc and keep the camera like that for about 15 minutes. Then
only reinsert the battery (fully Charged) and try to power on.
Try a little tap ( but not too hard) on the side of the camera....this
might realign if the OIS has got misaligned. If you are lucky, you would get if fixed.
If the problem still persists, you need to contact Panasonic.
Hope i helped you.
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MPEG4, MPEG2 - play back
MPEG4 motion video can be played back with Windows Media Player 6.4 or later. MPEG2 cannot be played back in Windows Media Player. Files created with our D-snap Video Cameras are designed for playback with the included MediaStage software and our DMR-E100H DVD Recorders.
on Jan 02, 2020
Panasonic DVD S48 - DVD player
Yes, I know Panasonic DVD S48, if your movie file is right divx avi movie file, you can directly transfer the divx avi movie file to your usb disk and play on your Panasonic DVD S48, but if your movie files isn\'t divx avi movie file, you have to use a right software to convert your movies to right divx avi movies, then transfer to your usb disk, convert any movies to divx avi movies.
on Nov 30, 2019
Cannot view the movies I made on my camera and downloaded to my Vista PC
I assume you can view them in you camera, right? If not, the following solution will not help.
The .MOV Apple QuickTime format Panasonic uses for its camera movie clips cause problem on with viewing, as seen from several other problem posts here and the net.
Some computer use a Win 32Bit operating system, other better ones use a Win 64. It is hard to believe QuickTime would let you load a 64bit version into a 32bit OS, or vice versa. But who knows. Rather double clicking on te file name itself, open QuickTime, then go to File Open and Browse to the file and select it that was. If this doesn't work, go to QuickTime website and try their User Forums first to ask a question or find a thread talking about movie files not playing. Else, CONTACT website and ask question. Post any solution here for readers.
on Nov 20, 2019
Importing movie onto PC with Vista
I think you should install a software program that has the capability of opening mov file. This would become a plug-in for other programs and enable them to interpret it as mov file. or click on your movie file from camera and change its properties to be opened by a certain software that can open mov file and use it as the default program to open that file.
on Nov 20, 2019
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