A lot of the menu items here have been moved around, but apart from that, not much is new.
|Option||Values / Actions||Notes|
|Clock set|| HH:MM, MMM/DD/YYYY
|World Time|| Destination
|Selects your home time zone and that of your current location. (From 33 regions)|
|Travel Date|| Travel setup
|This is for recording which day of your vacation you take a picture|
|Volume|| Level 0 - 6|
Color and Saturation
|LCD Mode|| Off
Auto Power LCD
|Auto mode brightens the LCD when needed. Power LCD brightens at all times.|
Sleep Mode *
|Auto review|| Review
|USB Mode|| Select on connection
|Video Out|| NTSC
|TV Aspect|| 16:9
|Selects output ratio of video output|
|Selects the output from the HDMI port. 480p is selected instead of 576p when NTSC is selected under 'Video Out'|
|Viera Link|| Off
|Allows the remote control from a Panasonic Viera TV to control the camera|
|Scene menu|| Off
|Shows a mode selection menu when mode dial is turned to a scene setting [Example]|
|Calibration|| • Cancel
|To calibrate LCD touch response, touch the marked position with the stylus pen.|
|Version Disp.|| Body Firmware version
Lens Firmware version
|No.Reset|| Reset File No. in the camera?
|Reset|| Reset Rec Settings?
Reset Setup/Custom Parameters?
|Options are presented sequentially|
|The G2's My Menu isn't quite as sophisticated as the custom menu we've seen on some DSLRs, but it is perhaps more useful to the average user as it simply remembers the five most recently used menu items, and thus in most cases shows the settings you change most often.|
A couple of new options here, mainly concerning video capture and the new Favorites feature.
|Option||Values / Actions||Notes|
Choose one of the following first:
Then pick from these options:
|Playback Mode|| Normal play
AVCHD Lite play
Motion JPEG play
Category play *
|Title edit|| Single
|Add text comments to images|
|Text stamp|| Single
|'Stamp' image information onto a picture|
|Video Divide||(Select movie)||Allows you to divide a video in two|
|Aspect Conv|| 3:2
|Converts 16:9 images to other aspect ratios|
|Rotate Disp.|| Off
|Is the image rotated on playback|
|When enabled allows you to mark images as favorites by simply pressing the up arrow.|
|Print Set|| Single
|Face Rec Edit|| • Replace
|Replaces or erases face recognition data in an image|
|Smile by Olymguy|
from Ultra Asian Indian Female Faces
|Space Shuttle Cockpit- by vbuhay|
from Aircraft Control Stick
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