Lumix FH10 is very similar to the XS1. The difference is the Panasonic DMC-FH10 comes with a slightly larger body, minus support creative mode that offers a series of options filter effects, and has a range of different lenses (26-130mm) although both have 5x optical zoom. To support the ability of the zoom lens comes Mega OIS image stabilization feature which is effective to dampen vibration and avoid blur in conditions of maximum zoom. The back of the lens you can find a CCD sensor 16.1 megapixel resolution, which is also useful to support video capture at 720p HD resolution. To help take a picture and show your shots, comes an LCD screen measuring 2.7-inches with a more intuitive display menu and easy to use.
While the Panasonic DMC-FH5 has almost the same shape, the Panasonic DMC-FH5 comes with a CCD sensor resolution of 14.1 megapixels, and rely on the 28-140mm lens. Just like the DMC-FH10, this pocket camera is not equipped with a creative fashion. Fortunately features MEGA OIS to dampen vibration for the images are sharp and blur-free still holds. Both cameras have been released to the market in March 2013 ago.
To restoring Panasonic Lumix DMC-LZ30 to it’s factory settings, conform to the following instructions:
- First, turn on your Panasonic Lumix DMC-LZ30
- Set the camera in “Record” mode
- Press [Menu/Set] button
- Press [Down] button to select the “SETUP” menu, that is the one with a “spanner” icon.
- Now press the [Right] button
- Press few times [Down] button until you see “RESET” option there
- When you select the RESET, press [Right] button and then select “YES”
- Press [Menu/ Set] button
Read also “How To Reset Panasonic Lumix DMC-XS1 Digital Camera” and another user guides. Hopefully the article of How To Reset Panasonic DMC-FH5 and Panasonic DMC-FH10 useful for you.
Reference: Panasonic Lumix manual