Sadly, a black sooty spot has developed on the LCD, after 8 months of use and not sure how to get rid of it. Features Shooting is made really easy by the quick menu button. As on Casio compacts, shooting options are on a handy on-screen menu bar. Use of the “ PHOTOfunSTUDIO-viewer- way of doing this. Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer. Birthday: 2/1: Select the items (year/month/day). 3/4: Setting. [MENU/SET]: Exit. The camera is also stuffed with other modes, such as the High-speed burst mode (which I, as a 16-year-old find amusing when taking pictures in ie. a volleyball match).The movies should indeed not be saved in QuickTime-format, but converting the movies isn’t that hard, really.
The GH5 lacks the advanced phase-detection AF system of Sony cameras like the a6500 and (not to mention) the unique DPAF of the Canon’s, which no other brand in the business can match when it comes to usable AF in video. Press 1 [‰]. Press 3/4 to select a mode. Again as with the FS3, the fastest timings were turned in with the FS20’s Quick AF disabled and the high-speed center AF mode engaged (.2 seconds, press to capture). This kind of snappy response should make shooting almost any kind of moving subject a realitic possibility, at least. Charge the battery before use. • Charge the battery with the charger indoors. Note • The initial setting for [AF MODE] is [š]. •… Page 55: Motion Picture Mode White balance fine adjustment You can adjust the hue to match the water depth and the weather.
Also, I found the internal GH5 presentation what was distributed to Panasonic employees before the announcement back in January. Our controlled testing showed the system to perform much as expected. I’m still not a fan of Panasonic’s “Mode 1″/”Mode 2” naming scheme for the single-shot/continuous IS modes: as suggested in other Panasonic reviews, why not simply call them “Single Shot” and “Continuous” instead? In an increasingly packed compact camera market, some of the most exciting snappers have been coming from manufacturers perhaps not traditionally considered as photographic innovators. There is some pick-up lag, but like most other new Panasonic compacts this season, the FS20 has an E.Zoom button that quickly cycles the zoom from one end of the range to the other.