Lumix DMC-TS10

Lumix DMC-TS10

Record Screens & Menus


iAuto mode is perfect for anyone who just wants to point the camera and shoot without worrying about the camera settings. Everything in this mode is chosen for you, including the proper scene mode. iAuto mode is chosen via the iA button on top of the camera.

In any shooting mode you have the option of changing the amount of information the camera will display on the screen. Here you see the program shooting mode, which gives you more control over the image, but still with automatic settings.

Your choices fro shooting all fall within the 4 mode options shown above.

Pressing the Q. Menu (quick menu) button at the bottom of the camera brings you to a list of commonly used and changed camera settings. This way you do not have to search through the camera's entire main menu to find these settings. They include Image Stabilization, Burst mode, AF Mode, White Balance, ISO, Image Size, and Power LCD Mode.

The camera's 4-way controller also acts as shortcut buttons for the exposure compensation (up), flash (right), macro (down) and the self-timer (left). The center button allows you to make your selections when looking at these options. If you are not looking at these options, it will bring up the camera's main menu when pressed.

Scene Modes: Portrait, Soft Skin, Transform, Self-Portrait, Scenery, Sports, Night Portrait, Night Scenery, Food, Party, Candle Light, Baby 1-2, Pet, Sunset, High Sensitivity, Hi-Speed Burst, Flash Burst, Starry Sky, Fireworks, Beach and Surf, Snow, Aerial Photo, Film Grain and Photo Frame.

Record Menu:
  • Picture Size - 14M, 10M EZ, 5M EZ, 3M EZ, 0.3M EZ, 12.5M 3:2, 10.5M 16:9
  • ISO - Auto, 80, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600
  • White Balance - Auto, Daylight, Cloudy, Shade, Halogen, White Set
  • AF Mode - Face Detection, Tracking, 11-Area, 1-Area High Speed, 1 Area, Spot
  • Burst - Off, Burst, Unlimited
  • Digital Zoom - On or Off
  • Color Mode - Standard, Natural, Vivid, B/W, Sepia, Cool, Warm
  • Stabilizer - Off, Auto, Mode 1, Mode 2
  • AF Assist Lamp - On or Off
  • Red-Eye Removal - On or Off
  • Clock Set - Set the time and Date

There is no dedicated video record button as found on the TS1, so the camera must be put into video recording mode. Here you will find the video information including image size and time remaining. This model also lacks the AVCHD Lite mode that allows you to capture excellent quality video with smaller file sizes. You do have the option of 720p HD, 848x480, 640x480 and 320x240


Movie Record Menu:

  • Rec Quality - HD (1280x720), WVGA (848x480), VGA (640x480), QVGA (320x240)
  • White Balance - Auto, Sunny, Cloudy, Shade, Halogen, White Set
  • Color Mode - Standard, Black & White, Sepia, Cool, Warm

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