How do I fix Lumix error focus?

This type of a problem usually occurs if the camera was dropped while the lens was extended. Simply – VERY GENTLY – press down the lens on the side where the gap is the biggest. You should hear a “click” as it pops back into place. Try powering the camera back on.

How does Panasonic Post focus work?

Panasonic’s new Post Focus function, which was officially announced on 20 November, is designed to allow photographers to select a point of focus after a shot is taken and provide the ability to select different points of focus within the same image.

What is AF and AE lock?

AE/AF Lock is an iPhone camera feature that allows you to lock the focus and exposure values when taking a photo. AE stands for Auto Exposure. Exposure refers to the brightness of the image. AF stands for Auto Focus. Focus is to do with which part of the image appears in sharp focus.

How many megapixels is the Panasonic Zs3?

A 10.1 megapixel, 12x zoom update to Panasonic’s extremely popular TZ models, the ZS3 (which retains its former badging as the TZ7 in some markets) combines the versatility of a long-zoom compact camera with the option to capture 720p high-def video at a moment’s notice, with the push of a single button.

Is the Lumix dmc-zs3 worth buying?

Like its predecessor, the Lumix DMC-TZ5, Panasonic’s Lumix DMC-ZS3 offers an interesting combination of features, including a 12x zoom lens and 720p AVCHD video capture, in an attractive, compact body. And with better photo quality, slightly faster performance, and a wider angle lens, the ZS3 does improve upon the older model.

What is the difference between the Zs3 and TZ5?

At 7.7 ounces with dimensions of 2.4 inches by 4.1 inches by 1.3 inches, the ZS3 counts as compact, and fits quite comfortably in a jacket pocket. For the most part, it uses the same design as the TZ5–both attractive and functional–and it’s smaller and lighter.

What is the grip of the Zs3 like?

The ZS3’s surface area and semi-cylindrical grip provide plenty of real estate for comfortably hanging on to the camera.