Instrukcja obsługi Panasonic Lumix G Macro 30mm f/2.8 ASPH O.I.S.
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Please read these instructions carefully before using this
product, and save this manual for future use.
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Keep the unit as far away as possible from electromagnetic
equipment (such as microwave ovens, TVs, video games,
radio transmitters, high-voltage lines etc.).
•Do not use the camera near cell phones because doing so may
result in noise adversely affecting the pictures and sound.
•If the camera is adversely affected by electromagnetic equipment
and stops functioning properly, turn the camera off and remove the
battery and/or the connected AC adaptor. Then reinsert the battery
and/or reconnect the AC adaptor and turn the camera on.
The lens can be used with a digital camera compatible with the
lens mount standard for the “Micro Four Thirds
•It cannot be mounted on the Four Thirds
•The digital camera illustrations in these operating
instructions show DMC-GM5 as an example.
•The appearance and specifications of products described in
this manual may differ from the actual products you have
purchased due to later enhancements.
•Micro Four Thirds
and Micro Four Thirds Logo marks are trademarks
or registered trademarks of Olympus Imaging Corporation, in Japan,
the United States, the European Union and other countries.
and Four Thirds Logo marks are trademarks or
registered trademarks of Olympus Imaging Corporation, in Japan,
the United States, the European Union and other countries.
•G MICRO SYSTEM is an interchangeable lens type digital camera
system of LUMIX based on a Micro Four Thirds System standard.
•Other names of systems and products mentioned in these instructions
are usually the registered trademarks or trademarks of the
manufacturers who developed the system or product concerned.
•Sand and dust can damage the lens. Make sure that
no sand or dust gets inside the lens or the terminals
when using the lens on a beach, etc.
•The lens is neither waterproof nor splash-proof. If drops of
water get onto the lens, wipe the lens with a dry cloth.
•Do not press the lens with excessive force.
•When there is dirt (water, oil, and fingerprints, etc.) on the surface
of the lens, the picture may be affected. Lightly wipe the surface of
the lens with a soft, dry cloth before and after taking pictures.
•Do not place the lens mount facing downwards. Do not
allow the lens contact points 1 to become dirty.
(See illustration )
About Condensation (Fogging of the Lens)
•Condensation occurs when there are differences in
temperature and humidity as described below. Condensation
can cause the lens to become dirty and lead to mold and
malfunctioning, so exercise caution in the following situations:
–When the camera is brought indoors from outside
during cold weather
–When the camera is brought into an air-conditioned car
–When cold air from an air conditioner is directly blown onto the lens
–In humid places
•Put the camera into a plastic bag to allow it to acclimatize to
the surrounding temperature in order to prevent condensation.
If condensation occurs, turn the power off and leave it for about
two hours. Once the camera acclimatizes to the surrounding
temperature the condensation will go away naturally.
[Inspection to be performed when you unpack the unit]
When removing the unit from its packing box, check that the
main unit and the supplied accessories are there and also check
their external appearance and functions to verify that they have
not sustained any damage during distribution and transportation.
If you discover any trouble, contact your vendor before
using the product.
Product numbers correct as of March 2015. These may be
subject to change.
3Lens Rear Cap
(The lens rear cap and lens cap are attached to the
interchangeable lens at the time of purchase.)
Rotate to focus when taking pictures with manual focus (MF).
3Lens fitting mark
•When flash recording with a close subject, the light of
the flash will be blocked by the lens and part of the
picture may be dark. Check the distance from the
subject when recording.
•Refer also to the camera’s operating instructions for
attaching and detaching the lens.
•Check that the camera is turned off.
•Remove the lens rear cap from the lens. (See illustration
Attaching the Lens (See illustration )
Align the lens fitting marks
on the camera
body and the lens and then rotate the lens in
the direction of the arrow until it clicks.
•Do not press the lens release button B when you
attach a lens.
•Do not try to attach the lens when holding it at an
angle to the camera body as the lens mount may get
•Check that the lens is attached correctly.
Detaching the Lens (See illustration )
While pressing on the lens release button
B, rotate the lens toward the arrow until it
stops and then remove.
•When rotating the lens, hold C, the portion near the
base of the lens.
•Attach the lens rear cap so that the lens contact point
does not get scratched.
•Attach the body cap to the camera so no dirt or dust
will get inside the main unit.
•Vignetting may occur if using 2 or more MC protectors
(optional: DMW-LMC46), PLfilters (optional: DMW-
LPL46) or ND filters (optional: DMW-LND46), or if using
thick protectors and/or filters.
•The filter may become impossible to remove if
excessively tightened, so please refrain from tightening it
•It is possible to attach the lens cap with the filter already
•You cannot attach a conversion lens or adaptor to this
lens. A filter may be used, but attaching any other
element may cause damage to the lens.
The lens is designed to allow you to focus anywhere from
the macro range (close-up distance) to infinity. For this
reason, its focus lens moves a greater distance than a
normal one, often causing Auto Focus operation to take
longer. Please also note that the size of the area that can
be brought into focus becomes much smaller in the macro
range. When you have trouble bringing close-up subjects
into focus, use a tripod or check the digital camera’s focus
We recommend that you take pictures with either of the
following settings when using a Panasonic digital camera:
•Set the Auto Focus Mode to [
] (1-Area) to reduce the size of the AF
•Use Manual Focus (MF) to focus.
For details, refer to the operating instructions for the digital
∫About the Exposure
The difference between the nominal F value (aperture value
displayed on the camera) and the effective F value (actual
aperture value) will be greater when taking pictures using the
macro function, which allows you to take pictures of close-up
subjects enlarged. When using a commercially available
stand-alone exposure meter, it is necessary to correct the
value depending on the magnification and distance from the
subject. Refer to following table for the exposure correction
It is not necessary to correct the difference between the
nominal F value and the effective F value with the automatic
exposure of the camera, since it will determine the exposure
by measuring the light coming in through the lens.
Guide for exposure correction when using a stand-
alone exposure meter
•Distance is the actual distance between the recording plane
( marked on the body of the digital camera) to the subject.
•Magnification represents the (size of the image of the
subject at the recording plane)/(actual size of the subject).
Take care not to drop or knock the lens. Also take care
not to put a lot of pressure on the lens.
•Take care not to drop the bag that you inserted the lens
in as it may strongly shock the lens. The camera may
stop operating normally and pictures may no longer be
recorded. Also, the lens may be damaged.
When using pesticides and other volatile substances
around the camera make sure that they do not get
onto the lens.
•If such substances get onto the lens they can damage
the exterior case or cause the paint to peel.
Do not carry the unit when it is still attached to the
•Under no circumstances should the unit be stored in any
of the following locations since doing so may cause
problems in operation or malfunctioning.
–In direct sunlight or on a beach in summer
–In locations with high temperatures and humidity
levels or where the changes in temperature and
humidity are acute
–In locations with high concentrations of sand, dust or
–Where there is fire
–Near heaters, air conditioners or humidifiers
–Where water may make the unit wet
–Where there is vibration
–Inside a vehicle
•Refer also to the operating instructions of the digital
•When the unit is not going to be used for a prolonged
period, we recommend storing with a desiccant (silica
gel). Failure to do so may result in performance failure
caused by mold, etc. It is recommended that you check
the unit’s operation prior to use.
•Do not leave the lens in contact with rubber or plastic
products for extended periods of time.
•Do not touch the lens contact point. Doing so can cause
failure of the unit.
•Do not disassemble or alter the unit.
Do not use benzine, thinner, alcohol or other similar
cleaning agents to clean the lens glass or exterior
•Using solvents can damage the lens or cause the paint
•Wipe off any dust or fingerprints with a soft, dry cloth.
•Use a dry, dust cloth to remove dirt and dust on the
•Do not use a household detergent or a chemically
A sound is heard when the camera is turned on or off.
•This is the sound of lens or aperture movement and is
not a malfunction.
When this lens is attached to digital camera, stabiliser
function cannot be turned off or stabiliser function
does not work.
•The Optical Image Stabiliser function of this lens only