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PANASONIC AG-EZ50UP
Owner's Manual


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Complete owner's manual in digital format. The manual will be available for download as PDF file after You purchase it.

Owner's Manual ( sometimes referred to as User's Guide or User's Manual ) contains information on how to use Your device. After placing order we'll send You download instructions on Your email address.

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ª Cautions for Storage
Before storing the Camera/Recorder, take the Cassette out and detach the Battery. Store all the components in a dry place with a relatively stable temperature. ≥Recommended Temperature: 59 oF to 77 oF (15oC to 25 oC) Recommended Humidity: 40% to 60% Camera/Recorder ≥Wrap it with a soft cloth to prevent dust from getting into the Camera/Recorder. ≥Do not leave the Camera/Recorder in places that expose it to high temperature. Battery ≥Extremely high temperatures or low temperatures will shorten the life of the Battery. ≥If the Battery is kept in smoky or dusty places, the terminals may rust and cause malfunctions. ≥Do not allow the Battery terminals to come in contact with metal objects (such as necklaces, hairpins, etc.). This can result in a short circuit or heat generation and, if you touch the Battery in this condition, you may be badly burned. ≥Store the Battery in a completely discharged state. To store the Battery for a long period of time, we recommend you charge it once every year and store it again after you completely use up the charged capacity. Cassette ≥Before storing it, rewind the tape to the beginning. If the Cassette is left for more than 6 months with the tape stopped midway, the tape sags (although it depends on the storage condition). Be sure to rewind to the beginning. ≥Store the Cassette in its case. Dust, direct sunlight (ultraviolet rays), or humidity may damage the tape. Dust contains hard mineral particles, and dusty Cassettes damage the heads of the Camera/Recorder and other components. Develop a habit of returning the Cassette back to its case. ≥Once every half year, wind the tape to the end and then rewind it to the beginning. If the Cassette is left for 1 year or longer without winding or rewinding, temperature and humidity changes may cause the Cassette to deform due to swelling, shrinking, and so forth. The wound tape may stick to itself. ≥Do not place a Cassette near highly magnetic substances or equipment. ≥The surface of tape is covered with extremely minute magnetic particles, upon which signals are recorded. Magnetic necklaces, toys, etc., have magnetic force that is stronger than you may expect, and they may erase the contents of a recording or may cause noise in images and sounds.

ª LCD Monitor/Viewfinder/Lens Hood
LCD Monitor ≥In a place with drastic temperature changes, condensation may take place on the LCD Monitor. Wipe it with soft, dry cloth. ≥If your Camera/Recorder is extremely cold when you turn its power on, the image on the LCD Monitor is slightly darker than usual at first. However, as the internal temperature increases, it goes back to the normal brightness. ............................................................................................... Extremely high precision technology is employed to produce the LCD Monitor screen featuring a total of approximately 200,000 pixels. The result is more than 99.99% effective pixels with a mere 0.01% of the pixels inactive or always lit.
However, this is not a malfunction and does not affect the recorded picture.

............................................................................................... Viewfinder ≥Do not direct the Viewfinder or Lens to the sun. Internal components may be seriously damaged. ≥When the Camera/Recorder is used with a large capacity Battery attached to it, it is not practical to look in the Viewfinder from behind the Battery. In this case, lift up the Viewfinder to an easy-to-see angle. ...............................................................................................
Extremely high precision technology is employed to produce the Viewfinder screen featuring a total of approximately 113,000 pixels. The result is more than 99.99% active pixels with a mere 0.01% of the pixels inactive or always lit. However, this is not a malfunction and does not affect the recorded picture. ...............................................................................................

ª MC Protector/ND Filter
When attaching the supplied ND Filter or Wide conversion (l 8) by Lens, be sure to first remove the MC Protector turning it counterclockwise. ≥If you attach both the filter and the Wide Conversion Lens, the four corners of the picture may become dark (vignetting effect).

MC Protector ≥Since this filter neither affects the colors nor the amount of light, it can always be left attached to protect the Movie
Camera’s lens. ≥It reduces invisible ultraviolet rays and prevents the picture from becoming bluish.

ND Filter (ND-8) (l 6) ≥This filter reduces the amount of light to approximately 1/8th but does not affect the colors.
≥The depth of field is slightly reduced. ≥White balance adjustment is possible even with the ND Filter attached. However, when using the ND Filter and recording with Auto White Balance, the white balance adjustment may not be precise. Therefore, we recommend that you use the Manual White Balance Mode when recording with the ND Filter attached. ≥When you record with the ND Filter attached and zoom to the extreme wide-angle setting, the four corners of the picture may become dark (vignetting effect).

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