The Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ1, first available in 2006, is a compact SLR-like digital camera. It is not as compact as many digital point-and-shoot cameras; however, it is rather small for an SLR-like camera. This camera cannot take rough treatment. With wear, the DMC-TZ1 may need minor troubleshooting. Many of its common issues are not complex and may be fixed in a matter of minutes.
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Slide the "Lever" to unlock the battery door. Open the battery door.
Remove the battery so you may reinstall it. Slide the "Lock" to remove the battery.
Insert the battery until it clicks. Be sure that the battery you are inserting is fully charged.
Close the battery door and return the "Lever" to the locked position.
Take the camera off "Power Save Mode" or "Economy Mode" by pressing the shutter button half way down. You may also press the "Menu" key to display the "Setup." Select "Power Save." You may then select "Off" to deactivate "Power Save Mode."
Clean the lens.
Check the mode you are trying to use.
Check the memory on your memory card. If it is full, delete pictures or insert a new card.
Tips and warnings
- Nearly all problems associated with the Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ1 Digital Camera are solved by checking the battery or the mode.
- If you dropped your camera, then it will need to receive professional help.
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