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ORDER NO.

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Digital Camera
Model No. DMC-FP8P
DMC-FP8PC
DMC-FP8PU
DMC-FP8EB
DMC-FP8EE
DMC-FP8EF
DMC-FP8EG
DMC-FP8EP
DMC-FP8GC
DMC-FP8GD
DMC-FP8GH
DMC-FP8GK
DMC-FP8GN
DMC-FP8GT
Vol. 1
Colour
(S)...........Silver Type (except PC/EF/GD/GT)
(K)...........Black Type
(P)...........Pink Type (only PU/GC/GD/GH/GK/GN/GT)
(A)...........Blue Type (only GC/GH/GK/GT)
(V)...........Violet Type (only GC/GH/GK)
(N)...........Gold Type (only PC/EE/GH/GK)
(R)...........Red Type (except PU/EF/GD/GN)
(G)...........Green Type (only GC/GD/GH/GK)

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
PAGE PAGE
1 Safety Precautions -----------------------------------------------3
1.1. General Guidelines ----------------------------------------3
1.2. Leakage Current Cold Check ---------------------------3
1.3. Leakage Current Hot Check (See Figure 1.)--------3
1.4. How to Discharge the Capacitor on Flash
P.C.B.----------------------------------------------------------4
2 Warning --------------------------------------------------------------5
2.1. Prevention of Electrostatic Discharge (ESD)
to Electrostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices ----------5
2.2. How to Recycle the Lithium Ion Battery (U.S.
Only)-----------------------------------------------------------5
2.3. Caution for AC Cord(For EB/GC/GH) -----------------6
2.4. How to Replace the Lithium Battery -------------------7
3 Service Navigation------------------------------------------------8
3.1. Introduction --------------------------------------------------8
3.2. General Description About Lead Free Solder
(PbF) ----------------------------------------------------------8
3.3. Important Notice 1:(Other than U.S.A. and
Canadian Market) ------------------------------------------8
3.4. How to Define the Model Suffix (NTSC or PAL
model)---------------------------------------------------------9
4 Specifications ---------------------------------------------------- 13
5 Location of Controls and Components------------------ 14
6 Service Mode ----------------------------------------------------- 16
6.1. Error Code Memory Function ------------------------- 16
6.2. ICS (Indication of additional Camera Settings
when picture was taken) function -------------------- 18
7 Service Fixture & Tools --------------------------------------- 20
7.1. Service Fixture and Tools ------------------------------ 20
7.2. When Replacing the Main P.C.B. -------------------- 21
7.3. Service Position ------------------------------------------ 21
8 Disassembly and Assembly Instructions --------------- 22
8.1. Disassembly Flow Chart-------------------------------- 22
8.2. P.C.B. Location ------------------------------------------- 22
8.3. Disassembly Procedure -------------------------------- 23
9 Measurements and Adjustments -------------------------- 30
9.1. Matrix Chart for Replaced Part and Necessary
Adjustment ------------------------------------------------- 30
10 Maintenance ------------------------------------------------------ 31
10.1. Cleaning Lens and LCD Panel ----------------------- 31

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1 Safety Precautions
1.1. General Guidelines 1.3. Leakage Current Hot Check
1. IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE (See Figure 1.)
There are special components used in this equipment
1. Plug the AC cord directly into the AC outlet. Do not use
which are important for safety. These parts are marked by
an isolation transformer for this check.
2. Connect a 1.5 kΩ, 10 W resistor, in parallel with a 0.15 μF
in the Schematic Diagrams, Circuit Board Layout,
capacitor, between each exposed metallic part on the set
Exploded Views and Replacement Parts List. It is essen-
and a good earth ground, as shown in Figure 1.
tial that these critical parts should be replaced with manu-
3. Use an AC voltmeter, with 1 kΩ/V or more sensitivity, to
facturer’s specified parts to prevent X-RADIATION,
measure the potential across the resistor.
shock, fire, or other hazards. Do not modify the original
4. Check each exposed metallic part, and measure the volt-
design without permission of manufacturer.
age at each point.
2. An Isolation Transformer should always be used during
5. Reverse the AC plug in the AC outlet and repeat each of
the servicing of AC Adaptor whose chassis is not isolated
the above measurements.
from the AC power line. Use a transformer of adequate
6. The potential at any point should not exceed 0.75 V RMS.
power rating as this protects the technician from acci-
A leakage current tester (Simpson Model 229 or equiva-
dents resulting in personal injury from electrical shocks. It
lent) may be used to make the hot checks, leakage cur-
will also protect AC Adaptor from being damaged by acci-
rent must not exceed 1/2 mA. In case a measurement is
dental shorting that may occur during servicing.
outside of the limits specified, there is a possibility of a
3. When servicing, observe the original lead dress. If a short
shock hazard, and the equipment should be repaired and
circuit is found, replace all parts which have been over-
rechecked before it is returned to the customer.
heated or damaged by the short circuit.
4. After servicing, see to it that all the protective devices
such as insulation barriers, insulation papers shields are
properly installed.
5. After servicing, make the following leakage current
checks to prevent the customer from being exposed to
shock hazards.

1.2. Leakage Current Cold Check


1. Unplug the AC cord and connect a jumper between the
two prongs on the plug.
2. Measure the resistance value, with an ohmmeter, Figure. 1
between the jumpered AC plug and each exposed metal-
lic cabinet part on the equipment such as screwheads,
connectors, control shafts, etc. When the exposed metal-
lic part has a return path to the chassis, the reading
should be between 1 MΩ and 5.2 MΩ. When the exposed
metal does not have a return path to the chassis, the
reading must be infinity.

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1.4. How to Discharge the Capacitor on Flash P.C.B.
CAUTION:
1. Be sure to discharge the capacitor on FLASH P.C.B..
2. Be careful of the high voltage circuit on FLASH P.C.B. when servicing.

[Discharging Procedure]
1. Refer to the disassemble procedure and Remove the necessary parts/unit.
2. Put the insulation tube onto the lead part of Resistor (ERG5SJ102:1kΩ /5W).
(an equivalent type of resistor may be used.)
3. Put the resistor between both terminals of capacitor on FLASH P.C.B. for approx. 5 seconds.
4. After discharging confirm that the capacitor voltage is lower than 10V using a voltmeter.

Fig. F1

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2 Warning
2.1. Prevention of Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) to Electrostatically
Sensitive (ES) Devices
Some semiconductor (solid state) devices can be damaged easily by static electricity. Such components commonly are called Elec-
trostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices.

The following techniques should be used to help reduce the incidence of component damage caused by electrostatic discharge
(ESD).

1. Immediately before handling any semiconductor component or semiconductor-equipped assembly, drain off any ESD on your
body by touching a known earth ground. Alternatively, obtain and wear a commercially available discharging ESD wrist strap,
which should be removed for potential shock reasons prior to applying power to the unit under test.
2. After removing an electrical assembly equipped with ES devices, place the assembly on a conductive surface such as alumi-
num foil, to prevent electrostatic charge buildup or exposure of the assembly.
3. Use only a grounded-tip soldering iron to solder or unsolder ES devices.
4. Use only an antistatic solder removal device. Some solder removal devices not classified as "antistatic (ESD protected)" can
generate electrical charge sufficient to damage ES devices.
5. Do not use freon-propelled chemicals. These can generate electrical charges sufficient to damage ES devices.
6. Do not remove a replacement ES device from its protective package until immediately before you are ready to install it. (Most
replacement ES devices are packaged with leads electrically shorted together by conductive foam, aluminum foil or compara-
ble conductive material).
7. Immediately before removing the protective material from the leads of a replacement ES device, touch the protective material
to the chassis or circuit assembly into which the device will be installed.
CAUTION :
Be sure no power is applied to the chassis or circuit, and observe all other safety precautions.
8. Minimize bodily motions when handling unpackaged replacement ES devices. (Otherwise harmless motion such as the
brushing together of your clothes fabric or the lifting of your foot from a carpeted floor can generate static electricity (ESD) suf-
ficient to damage an ES device).

2.2. How to Recycle the Lithium Ion Battery (U.S. Only)

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2.3. Caution for AC Cord 2.3.2.1. Important
The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with
(For EB/GC/GH) the following code:
2.3.1. Information for Your Safety
IMPORTANT Blue Neutral
Your attention is drawn to the fact that recording of pre- Brown Live
recorded tapes or discs or other published or broadcast
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this appliance
material may infringe copyright laws.
may not correspond with the coloured markings identifying the
WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire or shock hazard, do not expose terminals in your plug, proceed as follows:
this equipment to rain or moisture.
CAUTION The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected to the ter-
To reduce the risk of fire or shock hazard and annoying minal in the plug which is marked with the letter N or coloured
interference, use the recommended accessories only. BLACK.
FOR YOUR SAFETY
DO NOT REMOVE THE OUTER COVER The wire which is coloured BROWN must be connected to the
To prevent electric shock, do not remove the cover. No user terminal in the plug which is marked with the letter L or coloured
serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified service RED.
personnel.
Under no circumstances should either of these wires be con-
2.3.2. Caution for AC Mains Lead nected to the earth terminal of the three pin plug, marked with
For your safety, please read the following text carefully. the letter E or the Earth Symbol.

This appliance is supplied with a moulded three-pin mains plug


for your safety and convenience.
A 5-ampere fuse is fitted in this plug.
Should the fuse need to be replaced please ensure that the 2.3.2.2. Before Use
replacement fuse has a rating of 5 amperes and it is approved Remove the Connector Cover as follows.
by ASTA or BSI to BS1362
Check for the ASTA mark or the BSI mark on the body of the
fuse.

If the plug contains a removable fuse cover you must ensure


that it is refitted when the fuse is replaced.
If you lose the fuse cover, the plug must not be used until a
replacement cover is obtained.
A replacement fuse cover can be purchased from your local 2.3.2.3. How to Replace the Fuse
Panasonic Dealer. 1. Remove the Fuse Cover with a screwdriver.

If the fitted moulded plug is unsuitable for the socket outlet in


your home then the fuse should be removed and the plug cut
off and disposed of safety.
There is a danger of severe electrical shock if the cut off plug is
inserted into any 13-ampere socket.

If a new plug is to be fitted please observe the wiring code as


shown below.
If in any doubt, please consult a qualified electrician. 2. Replace the fuse and attach the Fuse cover.

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2.4. How to Replace the Lithium Battery
2.4.1. Replacement Procedure
1. Remove the MAIN P.C.B.. (Refer to Disassembly Procedures.)
2. Unsolder the each soldering point of electric lead terminal for Lithium battery (Ref. No. “B9101” at component side of MAIN
P.C.B.) and remove the Lithium battery together with electric lead terminal. Then replace it into new one.
NOTE:
The Type No. ML-421S/DN includes electric lead terminals.

NOTE:
This Lithium battery is a critical component.
(Type No.: ML-421S/DN Manufactured by Energy Company, Panasonic Corporation.)
It must never be subjected to excessive heat or discharge.
It must therefore only be fitted in requirement designed specifically for its use.
Replacement batteries must be of same type and manufacture.
They must be fitted in the same manner and location as the original battery, with the correct polarity contacts observed.
Do not attempt to re-charge the old battery or re-use it for any other purpose.
It should be disposed of in waste products destined for burial rather than incineration.

NOTE:
Above caution is applicable for a battery pack which is for DMC-FP8 series, as well.

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3 Service Navigation
3.1. Introduction
This service manual contains technical information, which allow service personnel’s to understand and service this model.
Please place orders using the parts list and not the drawing reference numbers.
If the circuit is changed or modified, the information will be followed by service manual to be controlled with original service manual.

3.2. General Description About Lead Free Solder (PbF)


The lead free solder has been used in the mounting process of all electrical components on the printed circuit boards used for this
equipment in considering the globally environmental conservation.
The normal solder is the alloy of tin (Sn) and lead (Pb). On the other hand, the lead free solder is the alloy mainly consists of tin
(Sn), silver (Ag) and Copper (Cu), and the melting point of the lead free solder is higher approx.30°C (86°F) more than that of the
normal solder.
Distinction of P.C.B. Lead Free Solder being used

Service caution for repair work using Lead Free Solder (PbF)
• The lead free solder has to be used when repairing the equipment for which the lead free solder is used.
(Definition: The letter of “PbF” is printed on the P.C.B. using the lead free solder.)
• To put lead free solder, it should be well molten and mixed with the original lead free solder.
• Remove the remaining lead free solder on the P.C.B. cleanly for soldering of the new IC.
• Since the melting point of the lead free solder is higher than that of the normal lead solder, it takes the longer time to melt the
lead free solder.
• Use the soldering iron (more than 70W) equipped with the temperature control after setting the temperature at 350±30°C
(662±86°F).
Recommended Lead Free Solder (Service Parts Route.)
• The following 3 types of lead free solder are available through the service parts route.
RFKZ03D01KS-----------(0.3mm 100g Reel)
RFKZ06D01KS-----------(0.6mm 100g Reel)
RFKZ10D01KS-----------(1.0mm 100g Reel)
Note
* Ingredient: tin (Sn) 96.5%, silver (Ag) 3.0%, Copper (Cu) 0.5%, Cobalt (Co) / Germanium (Ge) 0.1 to 0.3%

3.3. Important Notice 1:(Other than U.S.A. and Canadian Market)


1. The service manual does not contain the following information, because of the impossibility of servicing at component level
without concerned equipment/facilities.
a. Schematic diagram, Block Diagram and P.C.B. layout of MAIN P.C.B..
b. Parts list for individual parts for MAIN P.C.B..
When a part replacement is required for repairing MAIN P.C.B., replace as an assembled parts. (MAIN P.C.B.)
2. The following category is/are recycle module part. please send it/them to Central Repair Center.
• MAIN P.C.B. (VEP56089A): Excluding replacement of Lithium Battery

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3.4. How to Define the Model Suffix (NTSC or PAL model)
There are nine kinds of DMC-FP8, regardless of the colours.
• a) DMC-FP8 (Japan domestic model)
• b) DMC-FP8P/PC
• c) DMC-FP8EB/EF/EG/EP
• d) DMC-FP8EE
• e) DMC-FP8GT
• f) DMC-FP8GK
• g) DMC-FP8GD
• h) DMC-FP8GN
• i) DMC-FP8PU/GC/GH
What is the difference is that the “INITIAL SETTINGS” data which is stored in Flash ROM mounted on MAIN P.C.B..

3.4.1. Defining methods:


To define the model suffix to be serviced, refer to the nameplate which is putted on the bottom side of the Unit.

NOTE:
After replacing the MAIN P.C.B., be sure to achieve adjustment.
The adjustment instruction is available at “software download” on the “Support Information from NWBG/VDBG-AVC” web-site in
“TSN system”, together with Maintenance software.

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3.4.2. INITIAL SETTINGS:
After replacing the MAIN P.C.B., be sure to perform the initial settings after achieving the adjustment by ordering the following pro-
cedure in accordance with model suffix of the unit.
1. IMPORTANT NOTICE:
Before proceeding Initial settings, be sure to read the following CAUTIONS.

2. PROCEDURES:
• Precautions: Read the above "CAUTION 1" and "CAUTION 2", carefully.
• Preparation:
1. Attach the Battery or AC Adaptor with a DC coupler to the unit.
2. Set the recording mode to the [ NORMAL PICTURE ] mode.
(Press the [ MODE ] button and select the [ NORMAL PICTURE ] by pressing the “[ UP ] and [ DOWN ] of Cursor buttons”,
then press the [ MENU/SET ] button.)
NOTE:
If the unit is other than [ NORMAL PICTURE ] mode, it does not display the initial settings menu.
• Step 1. The temporary cancellation of “INITIAL SETTINGS”:
Set the [ REC ]/[ PLAYBACK ] selector switch to “[ REC ] (Camera mark)”.
While keep pressing “[ UP ] of Cursor button” and [ iA ] button simultaneously, turn the Power on.
• Step 2. The cancellation of “INITIAL SETTINGS”:
Set the [ REC ]/[ PLAYBACK ] selector switch to “[ PLAYBACK ]”.
Press “[ UP ] of Cursor button” and [ iA ] button simultaneously, then turn the Power off.
• Step 3. Turn the Power on:
Set the [ REC ]/[ PLAYBACK ] selector switch to “[ REC ] (Camera mark)”, and then turn the Power on.
• Step 4. Display the INITIAL SETTING:
While keep pressing [ MENU/SET ] and “[ RIGHT ] of Cursor buttons” simultaneously, turn the Power off.
The "INITIAL SETTINGS" menu is displayed.
There are two kinds of “INITIAL SETTINGS” menu form as follows:

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[CASE 1. After replacing MAIN P.C.B.]
When MAIN P.C.B. has just been replaced, all of the model suffix is displayed as follows. (Four pages in total)

[CASE 2. Other than “After replacing MAIN P.C.B.”]

• Step 5. Choose the model suffix in “INITIAL SETTINGS”: (Refer to “CAUTION 1”)
[Caution: After replacing MAIN P.C.B.]
The model suffix can been chosen, JUST ONE TIME.
Once one of the model suffix have been chosen, the model suffix lists will not be displayed, thus, it can be changed.
Therefore, select the area carefully.
Select the area with pressing “[ UP ] / [ DOWN ] of Cursor buttons”.

• Step 6. Set the model suffix in “INITIAL SETTINGS”:


• Press the “[ RIGHT ] of Cursor buttons”.
• The only set area is displayed, and then press the “[ RIGHT ] of Cursor buttons” after confirmation.
(The unit is powered off automatically.)

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• Step 7. CONFIRMATION:
Confirm the display of “PLEASE SET THE CLOCK” in concernd language when the unit is turned on again.
When the unit is connected to PC with USB cable, it is detected as removable media.

1) As for your reference, major default setting condition is as shown in the following table.
• Default setting (After “INITIAL SETTINGS”)

MODEL VIDEO OUTPUT LANGUAGE DATE REMARKS


a) DMC-FP8 (Japan domestic model) NTSC Japanese Year/Month/Date
b) DMC-FP8P NTSC English Month/Date/Year
c) DMC-FP8EG PAL English Date/Month/Year
d) DMC-FP8EP PAL English Date/Month/Year
e) DMC-FP8PU NTSC English Month/Date/Year
f) DMC-FP8GD NTSC Korean Year/Month/Date
g) DMC-FP8GC PAL English Date/Month/Year
h) DMC-FP8GT NTSC Chinese (traditional) Year/Month/Date
i) DMC-FP8GK PAL Chinese (simplified) Year/Month/Date
j) DMC-FP8EF PAL French Date/Month/Year
k) DMC-FP8EB PAL English Date/Month/Year
l) DMC-FP8EE PAL Russian Date/Month/Year
m) DMC-FP8GN PAL English Date/Month/Year
n) DMC-FP8PC NTSC English Month/Date/Year
o) DMC-FP8GH PAL English Date/Month/Year

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4 Specifications

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5 Location of Controls and Components

Names of the Components


1 Flash
2 Self-timer indicator 1 2 3
AF assist lamp
3 Lens

4 LCD monitor 4 56 7 8
5 [MODE] button
6 [REC]/[PLAYBACK] selector switch
7 Speaker
8 [MENU/SET] button
9 Keypad light
10 [Q.MENU]/Delete button
11 [DISPLAY] button

12 1110 9

12 Cursor buttons
: /Exposure compensation/Auto
Bracket/White balance fine
adjustment
: /Flash setting button
: /Self-timer button
: /Macro Mode
AF Tracking

13 Camera ON/OFF switch 13 14 15


14 Zoom lever
15 Intelligent auto button
16 Microphone
17 Shutter button

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18 [COMPONENT OUT] socket
19 [AV OUT/DIGITAL] socket
20 [DC IN] socket
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‡ Always use a genuine Panasonic AC 18
adaptor (DMW-AC5PP; optional). 19
‡ When using an AC adaptor, use the AC   20
cable supplied with the AC adaptor.
‡ This camera cannot charge the battery
even when the AC adaptor
(DMW-AC5PP; optional) is connected to it.
‡ We recommend you use a battery with sufficient battery power or the AC adaptor when
recording motion pictures.
‡ If while recording motion pictures using the AC adaptor the power supply is cut off due to
a power cut or if the AC adaptor is disconnected etc., the motion picture being recorded
will not be recorded.
21 Hand strap eyelet
‡ Be sure to attach the hand strap when using the camera to ensure that you will not drop it.
22 Tripod receptacle
‡ When you use a tripod, make sure the
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tripod is stable when the camera is
attached to it.
23 Card/Battery door
24 Release lever
23 24

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Mode switching

Selecting the [REC] Mode


When the [REC] Mode is selected, the camera can be set to the Intelligent Auto Mode in
which the optimal settings are established in line with the subject to be recorded and the
recording conditions, or to the Scene Mode which enables you to take pictures that match
the scene being recorded.

} Intelligent Auto Mode


The subjects are recorded using settings automatically selected by the camera.

To select a [REC] modes from the [REC] modes list

Turn the camera on.


 [MENU/SET] button OFF ON
 [REC]/[PLAYBACK] selector switch
 [MODE] button

Slide the [REC]/[PLAYBACK] selector


switch to [].
Press [MODE].

Press / to select the mode.

Press [MENU/SET].

List of [REC] Modes

 Normal Picture Mode


The subjects are recorded using your own settings.

My Scene Mode
Pictures are taken using previously registered recording scenes.
± Scene Mode
This allows you to take pictures that match the scene being recorded.

 Motion Picture Mode


This mode allows you to record motion pictures with audio.

About the Battery


Preparation

‡ The camera has a function for distinguishing batteries which can be used safely. The
dedicated battery supports this function. The only batteries suitable for use with this
unit are genuine Panasonic products and batteries manufactured by other companies
and certified by Panasonic. (Batteries which do not support this function cannot be
used). Panasonic cannot in any way guarantee the quality, performance or safety of
batteries which have been manufactured by other companies and are not genuine
Panasonic products.

It has been found that counterfeit battery packs which look very similar to the
genuine product are made available to purchase in some markets. Some of these
battery packs are not adequately protected with internal protection to meet the
requirements of appropriate safety standards. There is a possibility that these
battery packs may lead to fire or explosion. Please be advised that we are not
liable for any accident or failure occurring as a result of use of a counterfeit
battery pack. To ensure that safe products are used we would recommend that a
genuine Panasonic battery pack is used.

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6 Service Mode
6.1. Error Code Memory Function
1. General description
This unit is equipped with history of error code memory function, and can be memorized 16 error codes in sequence from the
latest. When the error is occurred more than 16, the oldest error is overwritten in sequence.
The error code is not memorized when the power supply is shut down forcibly (i.e.,when the unit is powered on by the battery,
the battery is pulled out) The error code is memorized to FLASH ROM when the unit has just before powered off.
2. How to display
The error code can be displayed by ordering the following procedure:
• Preparation:
1. Attach the Battery or AC Adaptor with a DC coupler to the unit.
NOTE:
*Since this unit has built-in memory, it can be performed without inserting SD memory card.
*It is not a matter of the setting condition of Recording mode (such as normal picture/ sports / scene mode) to display the
error code.
• Step 1. The temporary cancellation of “INITIAL SETTINGS”:
Set the [ REC ]/[ PLAYBACK ] selector switch to “[ REC ] (Camera mark)”.
While keep pressing “[ UP ] of Cursor button” and [ iA ] button simultaneously, turn the Power on.
• Step 2. Execute the error code display mode:
Press the “[ LEFT ] of Cursor button”, [ MENU/SET ] button and [ iA ] button simultaneously.
The display is changed as shown below when the above buttons are pressed simultaneously.
Normal display → Error code display → Operation history display → Normal display → .....

Example of Error Code Display

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• 3. Error Code List
The error code consists of 8 bits data and it shows the following information.

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Important notice about "Error Code List"
1) About "*" indication:
The third digit from the left is different as follows.
- In case of 0 (example: 18001000)
When the third digit from the left shows "0", this error occurred under the condition of INITIAL SETTINGS has been
completed.
It means that this error is occurred basically at user side.
- In case of 8 (example: 18801000)
When the third digit from the left shows "8", this error occurred under the condition of INITIAL SETTINGS has been
released.
(Example; Factory assembling-line before unit shipment, Service mode etc.)
It means that this error is occurred at service side.
2) About "?" indication: ("18*0 0?01" to "18*0 0?50"):
The third digit from the right shows one of the hexadecimal ("0" to "F") character.

• 4. How to exit from Error Code display mode:


Simply, turn the power off. (Since Error code display mode is executed under the condition of temporary cancellation of "INI-
TIAL SETTINGS", it wake up with normal condition when turn off the power.)
NOTE:
The error code can not be initialized.

6.2. ICS (Indication of additional Camera Settings when picture was taken)
function
1. General description
This unit is equipped with ICS (ICS: Indication of additional Camera Settings when picture was taken) function by playing back
the concerned picture on the LCD display.
(This function is achieved by utilizing "maker note" data stored in Exif data area of recorded picture file.)
To proceed failure diagnosis, use this ICS function together with "displaying the recorded picture with picture information "
function.
NOTE:
• The ICS function operates with a picture which is only taken with the same model. (It may not be displayed when the picture
was taken with other model.)
• Since Exif data is not available after the picture is edited by PC, the ICS function may not be activated.

2. How to display
The ICS data is displayed by ordering the following procedure:
• Preparation:
1. Attach the Battery or AC Adaptor with a DC coupler to the unit.
NOTE:
It is not a matter of the setting condition of Recording mode (such as normal picture/ sports / scene mode) to display the ICS
data.
• Step 1. The temporary cancellation of "INITIAL SETTINGS":
Set the [ REC ]/[ PLAYBACK ] selector switch to “ [ REC ] (Camera mark)”.
While keep pressing “[ UP ] of Cursor button” and [ iA ] button simultaneously, turn the Power on.
• Step 2. Execute the ICS display mode:
Set the [ REC ]/[ PLAYBACK ] selector switch to [ PLAYBACK ].
Select the concerned picture by pressing the "[ LEFT ] and [ RIGHT ] of Cursor button".
Press the "[ LEFT ] of Cursor button", [ MENU/SET ] button and [ iA ] button simultaneously.
Press the [ DISPLAY ] button, 3 times.
The display condition is changed as shown below when the [ DISPLAY ] button is pressed.

Code display → Code + Picture display (1) → Code + Picture display (2) → ICS display → Code display .....

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3. How to read

4. How to exit:
Simply, turn the power off. (Since ICS function is executed under the condition of temporary cancellation of
"INITIAL SETTINGS", it wake up with normal condition when turn off the power.)

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7 Service Fixture & Tools
7.1. Service Fixture and Tools
The following Service Fixture and tools are used for checking and servicing this unit.

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7.2. When Replacing the Main P.C.B.
After replacing the MAIN P.C.B., be sure to achieve adjustment.
The adjustment instruction is available at “software download” on the “Support Information from NWBG/VDBG-AVC” web-site in
“TSN system”, together with Maintenance software.

7.3. Service Position


This Service Position is used for checking and replacing parts. Use the following Extension cables for servicing.
Table S1 Extension Cable List
No. Parts No. Connection Form
1 RFKZ0416 FP9001 (MAIN) - CCD UNIT 41PIN 0.3 FFC
2 RFKZ0416 FP9002 (MAIN) - LENS UNIT 41PIN 0.3 FFC
3 RFKZ0549 FP9004 (MAIN) - FP8001 (FLASH) 18PIN 0.5 FFC
4 RFKZ0548 PS9001 (MAIN) - PP9601 (REAR OPE) 20PIN B to B
5 RFKZ0418 PP9002 (MAIN) - PS9501 (TOP OPE) 30PIN B to B

CAUTION-1. (When servicing FLASH P.C.B.)


1. Be sure to discharge the capacitor on FLASH P.C.B..
Refer to “HOW TO DISCHARGE THE CAPACITOR ON FLASH P.C.B.”.
The capacitor voltage is not lowered soon even if the AC Cord is unplugged or the battery is removed.
2. Be careful of the high voltage circuit on FLASH P.C.B..
3. DO NOT allow other parts to touch the high voltage circuit on FLASH P.C.B..

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8 Disassembly and Assembly Instructions
8.1. Disassembly Flow Chart

8.2. P.C.B. Location

22
8.3. Disassembly Procedure 8.3.1. Removal of the Rear Case Unit

No. Item Fig Removal


1 Rear Case Unit (Fig.D1) Card
Battery
2 Screws (A)
Side Ornament (L)
(Fig.D2) Jack Door
2 Screws (B)
5 Hanging Parts
Side Ornament (R)
3 Screws (C)
Bottom Ornament
(Fig.D3) 2 Locking tabs
Rear Case Unit
2 LCD Unit (Fig.D4) 2 Screws (D)
2 Locking tabs
1 Hanging Part
(Fig.D5) FP9003(Flex)
LCD Unit
3 Front Case Unit (Fig.D6) 1 Screw (E)
1 Locking tab
Front Case Unit
(Fig.D7) NOTE: (When Installing)
4 Rear OPE P.C.B. (Fig.D8) PP9601(Connector)
Rear OPE P.C.B.
5 Speaker (Fig.D9) 4 Locking tabs
P.C.B. Spacer
P9001(Connector)
(Fig.D10) Speaker
6 Gyro P.C.B. (Fig.D11) 1 Screw (F)
FP9701(Flex)
Gyro P.C.B.
7 Top OPE P.C.B. (Fig.D12) 2 Screws (G)
(Fig.D13) 2 Locking tabs
PS9501(Connector)
2 Locking tabs
2 Convexes
Top Base Unit
Top OPE P.C.B.
8 Main P.C.B. (Fig.D14) FP9001(Flex)
FP9002(Flex)
FP9004(Flex)
3 Screws (H)
Main P.C.B.
9 Lens Unit (with CCD) (Fig.D15) 4 Locking tabs
Lens Plate
Lens Unit
10 Flash P.C.B. (Fig.D16) 1 Screw (I)
1 Locking tab
(Fig.D17) Flash P.C.B.
11 Battery Case Unit (Fig.D18) 2 Locking tabs
Strap Holder
1 Locking tab
(Fig.D19) 1 Locking tab
Battery Out Spring
Battery Case Unit (Fig.D1)
12 Battery Door Unit (Fig.D20) 2 Battery Door Shafts
Battery Door Spring
Battery Door Unit

23
(Fig.D3)

8.3.2. Removal of the LCD Unit

(Fig.D4)

(Fig.D2)

24
(Fig.D7)

8.3.4. Removal of the Rear OPE P.C.B.

(Fig.D5)

8.3.3. Removal of the Front Case Unit

(Fig.D8)

8.3.5. Removal of the Speaker

(Fig.D6)

(Fig.D9)

25
(Fig.D10)

8.3.6. Removal of the Gyro P.C.B.

(Fig.D11)

8.3.7. Removal of the Top OPE P.C.B.

(Fig.D13)

(Fig.D12)

26
8.3.8. Removal of the Main P.C.B. 8.3.9. Removal of the Lens Unit (with
CCD)
NOTE:
When Disassembling and Assembling for the Lens Unit
1. In case of the dust is putted on the lens, blow off them by
airbrush.
2. Do not touch the surface of lens.
3. Use lens cleaning KIT (BK)(VFK1900BK).

(Fig.D14)

(Fig.D15)

27
8.3.10. Removal of the Flash P.C.B.

(Fig.D17)

8.3.11. Removal of the Battery Case Unit

(Fig.D16)

(Fig.D18)

28
8.3.12. Removal of the Battery Door Unit

(Fig.D19) (Fig.D20)
NOTE: (When Installing)
Be sure to confirm the following points when installing.
• The Screw is tightened enough.
• Installing conditions are fine. (No distortion, no illegal-
space.)
• No dust and/or dirt on every Lens surfaces.
• LCD image is fine. (No dust and dirt on it, and no gradient
images.)

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9 Measurements and Adjustments
9.1. Matrix Chart for Replaced Part and Necessary Adjustment
The relation between Replaced part and Necessary Adjustment is shown in the following table.
When concerned part is replaced, be sure to achieve the necessary adjustment(s).
As for Adjustment condition/procedure, consult the “Adjustment Manual” which is available in Adjustment software.
The Adjustment software is available at “TSN Website”, therefore, access to “TSN Website” at “Support Information from NWBG/
VDBG-AVC”.
NOTE:
After adjustments have been terminated, make sure to achieve “INITIAL SETTINGS”.

Replaced Part
Main Top Ope Gyro VENUS Flash- Lens Unit GYRO
Adjustment Item P.C.B. P.C.B. P.C.B. (IC6001) ROM (IC7301/
(IC6002) IC9701)
Camera OIS hall element adjustment O - - O O O -
Section (OIS)
Back focus adjustment, O O O O O O O
Gyro adjustment
(BF)
Shutter adjustment O - - O O O -
(SHT)
ISO sensitivity adjustment O - - O O O -
(ISO)
AWB adjustment, O - - O O O -
High brightness coloration inspection
(WBL)
CCD white scratch compensation O - - O O O -
(WKI)
CCD black scratch compensation O - - O O O -
(BKI)
Venus zoom inspection O - - O O - -
(PZM)
Monitor linearity inspection O - - O O O -
(MLN)
Colour reproduction inspection, O - - O O O -
MIC inspection
(COL)

NOTE:
*There is no LCD adjustment in this model.

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10 Maintenance
10.1. Cleaning Lens and LCD Panel
Do not touch the surface of lens and LCD Panel with your hand.
When cleaning the lens, use air-Blower to blow off the dust.
When cleaning the LCD Panel, dampen the lens cleaning paper with lens cleaner, and the gently wipe the its surface.
Note:
The Lens Cleaning KIT ; VFK1900BK (Only supplied as 10 set/Box) is available as Service Aid.

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DSC0908052CE
S1. About Indication of The Schematic Diagram
Service Manual S1.1. Important Safety Notice

COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED WITH THE MARK HAVE THE SPECIAL CHARACTERISTICS

Diagrams and Replacement


FOR SAFETY. WHEN REPLACING ANY OF THESE COMPONENTS USE ONLY THE SAME TYPE.

1.Although reference number of the parts is indicated on the P.C.B. drawing and/or

Parts List schematic diagrams, it is NOT mounted on the P.C.B. when it is displayed with "$" mark.
2.It is only the "Test Round" and no terminal (Pin) is available on the P.C.B.
when the TP (Test Point) indicated as " " mark.
Digital Camera 3.The voltage being indicated on the schematic diagram is measured in
Model No. "Standard-Playback" mode when there is no specify mode is mentioned.
DMC-FP8P DMC-FP8EF DMC-FP8GH 4.Although the voltage and waveform available on here is measured with standard frame,
DMC-FP8PC DMC-FP8EB DMC-FP8GK it may be differ from actual measurement due to modification of circuit and so on.
DMC-FP8PU DMC-FP8GN DMC-FP8GD 5.The voltage being indicated here may be include observational-error (deviation) due to
DMC-FP8EG DMC-FP8EE DMC-FP8GT internal-resistance and/or reactance of equipment. Therefore, handle the value
DMC-FP8EP DMC-FP8GC indicated on here as reference.
6.Use the parts number indicated on the Replacement Parts List .
Vol. 1 7.Indication on Schematic diagrams:
Colour
(S)...........Silver Type (except PC/EF/GD/GT) Circuit name being connected.
(K)...........Black Type
(P)...........Pink Type (only PU/GN/GC/GH/GK/GD/GT)
FEP This signal is connected
(A)...........Blue Type (only GC/GH/GK/GT) OFTR
(R)...........Red Type (except PU/EF/GN/GD) to the FEP schematic diagram.
(N)...........Gold Type (only PC/EE/GH/GK)
(G)...........Green Type (only GC/GH/GK/GD)
(V)...........Violet Type (only GC/GH/GK) Name of Signal

Table of contents
S1. About Indication of The Schematic Diagram............................. S-1 S5.4. GYRO P.C.B......................................................................... S-11
S1.1. Important Safety Notice......................................................... S-1
S6. Replacement Parts List........................................................... S-13
S2. Voltage Chart............................................................................ S-2
S2.1. Rear Operation P.C.B............................................................. S-2 S7. Exploded View......................................................................... S-17
S7.1. Frame and Casing Section.................................................. S-17
S3. Block Diagram........................................................................... S-3 S7.2. Packing Parts and Accessories Section (1)......................... S-18
S3.1. Overall Block Diagram........................................................... S-3 S7.3. Packing Parts and Accessories Section (2)......................... S-19

S4. Schematic Diagram................................................................... S-4


S4.1. Interconnection Diagram........................................................ S-4
S4.2. Flash Schematic Diagram...................................................... S-5
S4.3. Top Operation Schematic Diagram........................................ S-6
S4.4. Rear Operation Schematic Diagram...................................... S-7
S4.5. GYRO Schematic Diagram.................................................... S-8

S5. Print Circuit Board..................................................................... S-9


S5.1. Flash P.C.B............................................................................ S-9
S5.2. Top Operation P.C.B............................................................. S-10
S5.3. Rear Operation P.C.B........................................................... S-11

S-1
S2. Voltage Chart
Note) Indicated voltage values are the standard values for the unit measured by the DC electronic circuit tester (high-impedance) with the chassis taken as standard.
Therefore, there may exist some errors in the voltage values, depending on the internal impedance of the DC circuit tester.

S2.1. Rear Operation P.C.B.

REF No. PIN No. POWER ON


Q9601 E 0
Q9601 C 3.9
Q9601 B 0
Q9602 E 0
Q9602 C 3.9
Q9602 B 0
Q9603 E 0
Q9603 C 3.9
Q9603 B 0
Q9604 E 0
Q9604 C 0
Q9604 B 0

S-2
S3. Block Diagram
S3.1. Overall Block Diagram

(28mm ~ 128mm)
IC3001
CCD SIGNAL
CCD PROCESSOR X6001
1/2.33" 12 MEGA PIX (24MHz)
CDS, AGC,
A/D, TG,
CCD DRIVER

SD
ZOOM OIS UNIT IRIS SHUTTER FOCUS CARD
IC3002,
IC3003
REGLATOR

MICROPHONE
IC9101
SYSTEM IC IC9101
MOTOR DRIVE, SYSTEM IC SPEAKER
OIS DRIVE& MICROPHONE AMP
PRE PROCESS SPEAKER CONTROL
VIDEO OUT

IC7301
GYRO SENSOR X
IC7103 AV OUT / DIGITAL
GYRO AMP TERMINAL
IC9701
GYRO SENSOR Y

IC8100 IC6001
VENUS 5
IGBT DRIVER
FLASH CAMERA PROCESS
J-PEG COMP/EX PANDS
MEDIA I/F IC9201 COMPONENT
USB I/F HD DRV OUT TERMINAL
MAIN MICROPROCESSOR
OIS CONTROL
LENS DRIVE
REAR OPERATION UNIT LCD DRIVE

COLOR LCD
PANEL
2.7" PANEL
230k dots

IC9101
SYSTEM IC

X9101 IC1210, 1220


(32.768kHz)
REGLATOR
IC6002
SDRAM/512Mbit
NAND FLASH ROM/512Mbit

IC1001
POWER BATTERY
(POWER SUPPLY)
TOP OPERATION UNIT

IC6003
FeRAM

DMC-FP8 OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM

S-3
S4. Schematic Diagram
S4.1. Interconnection Diagram

TOP OPE P.C.B.

FRAME GND
FRAME GND
FRAME GND
FRAME GND
FRAME GND
MIC GND

MIC GND
(COMPONENT SIDE)

D GND
D GND
D GND
D GND
D GND
D GND
D GND
MIC IN
M9501
: ( FOIL SIDE)

PS9501
30
PW AF3R4V 29
28
4 POWER-ON-L 27
TELE-WIDE 26
SHUTTER 1 25
SHUTTER 0 24
23
9 REC PLAY SW 22
10 PW GY3R1V 21
11 PW GY3R1V 20
12 GYRO GND 19
18
17
15 GYRO GND 16
MICROPHONE

G GYRO X
CATHODE

VREF X
D GND

IA SW

13
14
1
2
3

5
6
7
8
LCD UNIT

FP9005
PW GY3R1V
GYRO GND
G GYRO Y

FRAME GND
FRAME GND
FRAME GND
FRAME GND
FRAME GND
1 VREF Y
VREF Y

MIC GND

MIC GND
D GND
D GND
D GND
D GND
D GND
D GND
D GND
MIC IN
2 G GYRO Y
3 GYRO GND
4 PW GY3R1V

4 BATT THERMO
7 STB PWM OUT
FLASH P.C.B.

3 UNREG GND
2 UNREG GND
6 STB CHG LV
FLASH TRG

ID BATT DQ
IGBT VCC
2 BAT THERMO
PP9002

FP8001

A GND
3 ID BAT DQ
4
3
2
1

BAT+
BAT+
BAT+
BAT+

BAT-
BAT-
BAT-
BAT-
SPEAKER
(FOIL SIDE)

30
PW AF3R4V 29
28
4 POWER-ON-L 27
TELE-WIDE 26
SHUTTER 1 25
SHUTTER 0 24
23
9 REC PLAY SW 22
10 PW GY3R1V 21
11 PW GY3R1V 20
12 GYRO GND 19
18
17
15 GYRO GND 16

FP8002

NC
BAT+

BAT-
FP9701
P9001 :

G GYRO X
CATHODE
FP9003

VREF X
1 G SP POS

D GND

IA SW
( COMPONENT SIDE)
GYRO P.C.B. 1 CP3 2 G SP NEG

18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
2 CP4

9
8

1
3 CP5

4
1
4 CP6
(FOIL SIDE) 5
7
CP7
VCC 1.8 6
8
CP8
PCD
9 VCOML

13
14
10 VCOMH
1
2
3

5
6
7
8
11 AGND
12 AGND
13 AVDD
FP9002 14 CP1
15 CP2

4 BATT THERMO
7 STB PWM OUT
16 GND

3 UNREG GND
2 UNREG GND
6 STB CHG LV
GND

FLASH TRG

ID BATT DQ
1 FAN(FMAN) 17

IGBT VCC
2 FBP(FMBP) 18 VCC
19 VCC
FP9004

A GND
3 FAP(FMAP)
BAT+
BAT+
BAT+
BAT+

BAT-
BAT-
BAT-
BAT-
FAP(FMAP) 20 VD
NC

4 21 HD
5 FBN(FMBN) 22 DCLK
6 FBN(FMBN)
7 ZMAN ZMAN
23 DIN0
24 DIN1 BATTERY
8 25 DIN2
9 ZMBP 26 DIN3
10 ZMBP 27 DIN4
11 ZMAP 28 DIN5
12 ZMAP 29 DIN6
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8

1
13 ZMBN ZMBN 30 DIN7
14 31 SDA
15 X DRV-(X DR-) 32 SCL
16 Y DRV-(Y DR-) 33 SCEN
17 Y DRV+(Y DR+) 34 SHDB
18 X DRV+(X DR+) 35 GRESET
19 Y VO-(YHO-) 36 LED+
20 Y VH+(YV+) 37 LED-
21 Y VO+(YHO+)
22 Y VH-(YV-)
23 X VO-(XHO-)
24 X VH+(XV+)
25 X VO+(XHO+)
26 X VH-(XV-)
27 NC
28 SH+(SHUT OUT2)
29 SH+(SHUT OUT2)
30 SH-(SHUT OUT1)
31 SH-(SHUT OUT1)
32 IRIS+
33 IRIS+
34 IRIS-
35 IRIS-
36 ENC VCC(D2R9V)
37 LED CONT(FHP LED) 38 ABS(FHP)
39 LED CONT(ZHP LED) 40

8 POWER LED K
7 POWER LED A
ABS(ZHP)
41 ENC VCC(D2R9V)

PW LED5V
PW LED5V
PW LED5V
PW LED5V

LENS

D GND
D GND
D GND
D GND
D GND
D GND

MODE
MENU
MODE

MENU

LEFT
LEFT

UNIT

UP
UP

FP9001
1 CON CHK
2 VL
VH
PS9001

PP9601
4 CCD GND

10
10

5 CCD GND

6
5
17 KEY LED PWM 4
18 KEY LED CNT 3
2
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

6 CCD OUT
7 CCD GND
17 KEY LED PWM

8 CCD GND
18 KEY LED CNT

9 RG
10 HL

DISPLAY
DISPLAY

MAIN P.C.B.

DELETE
DELETE

11 H1

D GND
D GND

D GND
D GND
DOWN
RIGHT
D GND
D GND

D GND
D GND

DOWN
RIGHT

12 H2
13 CCD GND
14 SUBSW2
15
17
SUBSW1
MSUBSW
16 SUB (FOIL SIDE)
18 MSUB
CCD 19 V9R
20 V9L : ( COMPONENT SIDE)
UNIT 21 V11R

11
12
13
14
15
16

19
20
19

16
15
14
13
12
11

20
22 V11L
23 V12
24 V11A
25 V10
26 V9A
27 V8
28 V7S
29 V7
30 V11B
31 V6
32 V5
33 V9B
34 V4
35 V3A
36 V3B
37 V2
39
41
V1B
38 V1A
40 CCD THERMO REAR OPE P.C.B.
CON CHK
(COMPONENT SIDE)

DMC-FP8 INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM

S-4
S4.2. Flash Schematic Diagram

CAUTION: FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST FIRE HAZARD, CAUTION: FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST FIRE HAZARD,
REPLACE ONLY WITH THE SAME TYPE 1.25A 32V FUSE. REPLACE ONLY WITH THE SAME TYPE 1.5A 32V FUSE.
ATTENTION: POUR UNE PROTECTION CONTINUE LES RISQUES ATTENTION: POUR UNE PROTECTION CONTINUE LES RISQUES
1.25A 32V D' INCENDIE N' UTILISERQUE DES FUSIBLE DE MÉME TYPE 1.25A 32V. 1.5A 32V D' INCENDIE N' UTILISERQUE DES FUSIBLE DE MÉME TYPE 1.5A 32V.

FP8002
K4ZZ04000054
DZH-N041-J2H
F 1 BAT+
1.5A 32V
2 BAT_THERMO
F8021 3 ID_BAT_DQ
ERBSE1R50U 4 BAT-
Marking:[K]

1.25A 32V
CL8001
F8001
ERBSE1R25U FP8001
K1MN18BA0209
Marking:[J] 1 ID_BAT_DQ
E D8002
2 UNREG_GND
MA2YF8000L
3 UNREG_GND
T8001 C8009 4 BATT_THERMO
RL8003 RL8001 RL8002 G5D1A0000080 F1J0J106A020 5 IGBT-VCC

6.3V
TRG[2nd] LAMP[-] LAMP[+]

2
S F 6 STB_CHG_LV
7 STB_PWM_OUT
8 A_GND
CL8006
9 STROBE_TRG

1
L8001 F S 10 BAT-
G5F1A0000026 11 BAT-
3 R8006 12 BAT-
#S
1M[36] 13 BAT-
D C8003
F2A2F7300001 14 NC
2 1
#S 300V/73μF IC8100 15 BAT+
315V

C0ZBZ0001710 16 BAT+
TRG[COM] TRG[1st]
17 BAT+
R8032 18 BAT+

9 10
1
D1BD8203A119 PGND SW
C8006 [36]

2
[F][22] IGBT_OUT FULL
F1K2E4730005

8
GND RADJ
8

Q8001
250V

7
VC IGBT_IN
B1JBLP000025

6
6.3V VCC START

C8001
F1G0J1050007
SLEEVE_GND
R8013 C8007
ET8003 TO CASE(FG)
C ERJ2RHD2871X F1G1H220A565 R8021
CL8011 TL8001 TL8002
1

VMB4297 22p 47K


50V

2870[D]

CL8005
R8003
130[18]
CL8008

R8002
100K[18]

Confidential
Until

A
DMC-FP8
Flash
Schematic Diagram

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

S-5
S4.3. Top Operation Schematic Diagram

S9501
SHUTTER TELE / WIDE IA_SW
K0F212A00003
1 4

1
5
F

2
C9503 1 2 S9503 2 3 ON / OFF C9502
S9505
$(0.1) (SHUTTER_0) K0L1CB000003 K0F111A00541 $(0.1)
(L:ON )
REC / PLAY
(H:OFF)
(H:REC )
3 4 S9502
(L:PLAY)
6 3 2 1 4 K0D112B00145 6 3 2 1 4

S9504 6
K0D112B00145 7 5 7 5

WIDE

TELE
R9502
10K R9501
$[18]

E FRAME_GND

TL9501

C9501
$(0.1)

L0CBAA000012 R9503 LB9501


M9501
$ J0JCC0000415

C9504
D9501 PS9501

D
$(330p) B3ADB0000131 K1KB30AA0123
(SML-L13DT) 1 CATHODE MIC_GND 30
2 PW_AF3R4V MIC_IN 29
3 D_GND MIC_GND 28
4 POWER_ON_L D_GND 27
R9504 R9505 5 TELE_WIDE D_GND 26
10[18] 10[18] 6 SHUTTER_1 D_GND 25
7 SHUTTER_0 D_GND 24
8 IA_SW D_GND 23
9 REC_PLAY_SW D_GND 22
GYRO_X (YAW) 10 PW_GY3R1V D_GND 21
11 PW_GY3R1V FRAME_GND 20
12 GYRO_GND FRAME_GND 19
13 VREF_X FRAME_GND 18
14 G_GYRO_X FRAME_GND 17

C
15 GYRO_GND FRAME_GND 16

8 7 6 5
Vdd Sleep Vref Vout
CL7302 CL7304
IC7301 CL7301 CL7303
L2ES00000022

6.3V
25V
(XV-3500CB 50.3KHz)
N.C. N.C. N.C. GND
C7302 C7301
1 2 3 4 F1G1E102A086 F1H0J475A010

Confidential
Until

A
DMC-FP8
Top Operation
Schematic Diagram

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

S-6
S4.4. Rear Operation Schematic Diagram

MODE MENU
ALPS ALPS

2
3

1
F S9601
K0F111A00541
S9604
K0F111A00541

TO MAIN UP
ALPS
CL9601 PP9601
K1KY20AA0749 (MOREX)

2
1 LEFT D_GND 20
2 MODE D_GND 19

1
3 UP KEY_LED_CNT 18
4 MENU KEY_LED_PWM 17 S9602
5 PW_LED5V D_GND 16 K0F111A00541
6 PW_LED5V D_GND 15
E 7
8
POWER_LED_A
POWER_LED_K
DISPLAY
DELETE
14
13
9 D_GND DOWN 12
10 D_GND RIGHT 11

LEFT RIGHT
ALPS ALPS

2
3

1
S9603 S9605
K0F111A00541 K0F111A00541
D CL9602

[KEY LED]

DOWN
ALPS
B3AEB0000139

B3AEB0000139

B3AEB0000139

2
D9601

D9606

D9611

1
S9606
K0F111A00541

C
CL9604 CL9603
R9610 DISPLAY DELETE
1K ALPS ALPS

R9609

2
2SC6054J0L

2SC6054J0L

2SC6054J0L

2SA2174J0L

22K[D]
Q9601

Q9602

Q9603

Q9604

1
S9607 S9608
F1G1A1040006

K0F111A00541 K0F111A00541
220[18]

220[18]

220[18]

10K[D]
R9607

R9612

R9613

C9601

R9608
10V

Confidential
Until

A
DMC-FP8
Rear Operation
Schematic Diagram

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

S-7
S4.5. GYRO Schematic Diagram

8 7 6 5
CL9701 CL9703
Vdd Sleep Vref Vout
E IC9701 CL9702 CL9704
L2ES00000021 FP9701
K1MN04BA0162
(XV-3500CB 46.5KHz)

25V
1 PW_GY3R1V
N.C. N.C. N.C. GND
C9702 C9701 2 GYRO_GND

6.3V
1 2 3 4
F1G1E102A086 F1H0J475A010 3 G_GYRO_Y
4 VREF_Y

GYRO_Y (PITCH)

C
Confidential
Until

A
DMC-FP8
GYRO
Schematic Diagram

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

S-8
S5. Print Circuit Board
S5.1. Flash P.C.B.

CL8005
R8003 R8032

4 3

8765

1234
R8002
F FP8002

T8001

D8002
Q8001

1 2 C8003

F8021
4 3 2 1
C8006 R8006

(Component Side)

C
CL8008 CL8006

C8009
TL8001

RL8001
FP8001

C8001 F8001
15 18 10 5 1
B
10
1

1 CL8011
L8001
RL8002
IC8100

3
R8021
R8013

C8007

RL8003 2 CL8001
ET8003
5

TL8002

(Foil Side)
A

DMC-FP8
Flash P.C.B.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

S-9
S5.2. Top Operation P.C.B.

30 25 20 16
F
PS9501
R9501

CL7304
1 5 10 15
R9504

R9505

R9503

CL7302
CL7303

4
D9501
LB9501
C9504

3
IC7301
TL9501
C7302

2
8

1
C7301
E CL7301

(Component Side)

C
1 2 3

C9502
4 6

3
7 5
S9502
5 7

6
S9504

1
6 4
C9503

1
50
3 2 1

S9

+
1
4
1

M9501
S9505

5
4 2
2

-
2
R9502

S95

B
03

2
C9501

3 1
4
3

(Foil Side)
A

DMC-FP8
Top Operation P.C.B.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

S-10
S5.3. Rear Operation P.C.B. / S5.4. GYRO P.C.B.

1
3

4
F

D9601
S9601

S9604
CL9701

3
CL9704

2
R9607
CL9702
Q9601
CL9703

4
E
CL9602
CL9601

S9602

1
3

4
10 5 1

2
(Component Side)

S9603

S9605
PP9601

D9611
D 11 15 20

4
4

3
1

2
CL9604
CL9603

Q9604

R9613

S9606
R9610
C9601 R9609

8
R9608

C9701
Q9603

7
IC9701
2

1
Q9602

R9612 4

6
4

4
S9607

S9608

FP9701
C9702
D9606

1
4

3
1

B
(Component Side) (Foil Side) (Foil Side)

DMC-FP8 DMC-FP8
Rear Operation P.C.B. GYRO P.C.B.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

S-11
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S6. Replacement Parts List

Note: 1. * Be sure to make your orders of replacement parts according to this list.
2. IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE
Components identified with the mark have the special characteristics for safety.
When replacing any of these components, use only the same type.
3. Unless otherwise specified,
All resistors are in OHMS, K=1,000 OHMS. All capacitors are in MICRO-FARADS (uf), P=uuF.
4. The marking (RTL) indicates the retention time is limited for this item. After the discontinuation
of this assembly in production, it will no longer be available.
5. Supply of CD-ROM, in accordance with license protection, is allowable as replacement parts
only for customers who accidentally damaged or lost their own.

E.S.D. standards for Electrostatically Sensitive Devices, refer to PREVENTION OF


ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE (ESD) TO ELECTROSTATICALLY SENSITIVE (ES) DEVICES
section.
Definition of Parts supplier:
1. Parts marked with [ENERGY] in the remarks column are supplied from Panasonic
Corporation Energy Company.
2. Parts marked with [SPC] in the remarks column are supplied from AVC-CSC-SPC.
Others are supplied from PAVCSG.

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DMC-FP8P-S
VEP58094A / VEP59067A / VEP59065A / VEP59066A
Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & Description Pcs Remarks Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & Description Pcs Remarks
## VEP59065A REAR OPE P.C.B. 1 (RTL) E.S.D.
------ P.C.B. LIST ------
C9601 F1G1A1040006 C.CAPACITOR CH 10V 0.1U 1
VEP56089A MAIN P.C.B. 1 (RTL) E.S.D.
VEP58094A FLASH P.C.B. 1 (RTL) E.S.D. D9601 B3AEB0000139 DIODE 1 E.S.D.
VEP59067A TOP OPE P.C.B. 1 (RTL) E.S.D. D9606 B3AEB0000139 DIODE 1 E.S.D.
VEP59065A REAR OPE P.C.B. 1 (RTL) E.S.D. D9611 B3AEB0000139 DIODE 1 E.S.D.
VEP59066A GYRO P.C.B. 1 (RTL) E.S.D.
PP9601 K1KY20AA0749 CONNECTOR 20P 1
--- INDIVIDUAL PARTS ---
Q9601 2SC6054J0L TRANSISTOR 1 E.S.D.
 C8003 F2A2F7300001 CAPACITOR 1 Q9602 2SC6054J0L TRANSISTOR 1 E.S.D.
ET8003 VMB4297 EARTH SPRING 1 Q9603 2SC6054J0L TRANSISTOR 1 E.S.D.
Q9604 2SA2174J0L TRANSISTOR 1 E.S.D.
--- ELEC. COMPONENTS ---
R9607 ERJ3GEYJ221V M.RESISTOR CH 1/10W 220 1
## VEP58094A FLASH P.C.B. 1 (RTL) E.S.D. R9608 ERJ2RHD103X M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W 10K 1
R9609 ERJ2RHD223X M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W 22K 1
C8001 F1G0J1050007 C.CAPACITOR CH 6.3V 1U 1 R9610 ERJ2GEJ102X M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W 1K 1
C8006 F1K2E4730005 C.CAPACITOR 250V 0.047U 1 R9612 ERJ3GEYJ221V M.RESISTOR CH 1/10W 220 1
C8007 F1G1H220A565 C.CAPACITOR CH 50V 22P 1 R9613 ERJ3GEYJ221V M.RESISTOR CH 1/10W 220 1
C8009 F1J0J106A020 C.CAPACITOR CH 6.3V 10U 1
S9601 K0F111A00541 SWITCH 1
D8002 MA2YF8000L DIODE 1 E.S.D. S9602 K0F111A00541 SWITCH 1
S9603 K0F111A00541 SWITCH 1
 F8001 ERBSE1R25U FUSE 32V 1.25A 1 S9604 K0F111A00541 SWITCH 1
 F8021 ERBSE1R50U FUSE 32V 1.5A 1 S9605 K0F111A00541 SWITCH 1
S9606 K0F111A00541 SWITCH 1
FP8001 K1MN18BA0209 CONNECTOR 18P 1 S9607 K0F111A00541 SWITCH 1
FP8002 K4ZZ04000054 CONNECTOR 4P 1 S9608 K0F111A00541 SWITCH 1

IC8100 C0ZBZ0001710 IC 1 E.S.D.


## VEP59066A GYRO P.C.B. 1 (RTL) E.S.D.
L8001 G5F1A0000026 CHIP INDUCTOR 1
C9701 F1H0J475A010 C.CAPACITOR CH 6.3V 4.7U 1
Q8001 B1JBLP000025 TRANSISTOR 1 E.S.D. C9702 F1G1E102A086 C.CAPACITOR CH 25V 1000P 1

R8002 ERJ3GEYJ104V M.RESISTOR CH 1/10W 100K 1 FP9701 K1MN04BA0162 CONNECTOR 4P 1


R8003 ERJ3GEYJ181V M.RESISTOR CH 1/10W 180 1
R8006 ERJ8GEYJ105V M.RESISTOR CH 1/4W 1M 1 IC9701 L2ES00000021 IC 1 E.S.D.
R8013 ERJ2RHD2871X M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W 2870 1
R8021 ERJ2GEJ473X M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W 47K 1
R8032 D1BD8203A119 RESISTOR 1

T8001 G5D1A0000080 TRANSFORMER 1

## VEP59067A TOP OPE P.C.B. 1 (RTL) E.S.D.

C7301 F1H0J475A010 C.CAPACITOR CH 6.3V 4.7U 1


C7302 F1G1E102A086 C.CAPACITOR CH 25V 1000P 1

D9501 B3ADB0000131 DIODE 1 E.S.D.

IC7301 L2ES00000022 IC 1 E.S.D.

LB9501 J0JCC0000415 FILTER 1

M9501 L0CBAA000012 MICROPHONE 1

PS9501 K1KB30AA0123 CONNECTOR 30P 1

R9502 ERJ2GEJ103X M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W 10K 1


R9504 ERJ3GEYJ100V M.RESISTOR CH 1/10W 10 1
R9505 ERJ3GEYJ100V M.RESISTOR CH 1/10W 10 1

S9501 K0F212A00003 SWITCH 1


S9502 K0D112B00145 SWITCH 1
S9503 K0L1CB000003 SWITCH 1
S9504 K0D112B00145 SWITCH 1
S9505 K0F111A00541 SWITCH 1

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DMC-FP8P-S

Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & Description Pcs Remarks Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & Description Pcs Remarks
1 VEP56089A MAIN P.C.B. 1 (RTL) E.S.D. 200 VPF1301 CAMERA BAG 1 (P,PC,PU)
2 VEP58094A FLASH P.C.B. 1 (RTL) E.S.D.  201 DE-A59BA/SX BATTERY CHARGER 1 (P,PC,PU)
3 VEP59065A REAR OPE P.C.B. 1 (RTL) E.S.D.  202 ----- BATTERY 1 (P,PC,PU)
4 VEP59066A GYRO P.C.B. 1 (RTL) E.S.D. 204 K1HA08AD0001 USB CABLE W/PLUG 1 (P,PC,PU)
5 VEP59067A TOP OPE P.C.B. 1 (RTL) E.S.D. 205 K1HA08CD0027 AV CABLE W/PLUG 1 (P,PC,PU)
6 F2A2F7300001 E. CAPACITOR 1 (C8003) 206 VFC4297-B HAND STRAP 1 (P,PC,PU)
7 L0AA01A00045 SPEAKER 1 207 VFF0505-S CD-ROM 1 (P,PC,PU) [SPC] See "Notes"
8 ML-421S/DN BUTTON BATTERY 1 (B9101)[ENERGY] 208 VGQ0D56 BATTERY PROTECTION CASE 1 (P,PC,PU)
9 VEK0P51 FLASH UNIT 1 210 VPF1100 BAG, POLYETHYLENE 1 (P,PC,PU)
10 VGK3555 SIDE ORNAMENT (L) 1  211 VFF0528-C CD-ROM (INSTRUCTION BOOK) 1 (P,PC,PU)
11 VGK3557 SIDE ORNAMENT (R) 1  212 VQT2G37 SIMPLIFIED O/I 1 (P)
12 VKF4575 JACK DOOR 1 (ENGLISH/SPANISH)
13 VMP9430 BOTTOM ORNAMENT 1  212 VQT2G38 SIMPLIFIED O/I 1 (PC)
14 VWJ2106 MAIN-FLASH FPC 1 (ENGLISH/CANADIAN FRENCH)
15 VWJ2122 GYRO FPC 1  212 VQT2F76 SIMPLIFIED O/I 1 (PU)
16 VGQ0G15 P.C.B. SPECER 1 (SPANISH/PORTUGUESE)
17 VGQ0J37 FLASH P.C.B. SHEET 1 213 VQT2E44 O/I SOFTWARE 1 (P,PC)
18 VGQ9717 BATTERY LOCK KNOB 1 (ENGLISH/CANADIAN FRENCH)
19 VKH0446 STRAP HOLDER 1 213 VQT2E45 O/I SOFTWARE 1 (PU)
20 VMB4094 BATTERY OUT SPRING 1 (SPANISH/PORTUGUESE)
21 VMB4152 BATTERY LOCK SPRING 1 214 VPK4002 PACKING CASE 1 (PS)
22 VMB4291 BATTERY DOOR SPRING 1 214 VPK4007 PACKING CASE 1 (PK,PCK)
23 VMB4297 EARTH SPRING 1 (ET8003) 214 VPK4015 PACKING CASE 1 (PR,PCR)
24 VMC2100 FL EARH PLATE 1 214 VPK4019 PACKING CASE 1 (PCN)
25 VMP9429 FRAME 1 214 VPK4003 PACKING CASE 1 (PUS)
26 VMP9434 LENS PLATE 1 214 VPK4008 PACKING CASE 1 (PUK)
27 VMP9435 FRAME PLATE 1 214 VPK4011 PACKING CASE 1 (PUP)
28 VMS8011 BATTERY DOOR SHAFT 1 215 VPN6929 CUSHION 1 (P,PC,PU)
29 VMS8011 BATTERY DOOR SHAFT 1 218 VQL1L48-6A ORERATING LABEL 1 (PC)
31 VYK3H53 BATTERY CASE UNIT 1
32 VYK3K78 BATTERY DOOR UNIT 1
33 VYK3R46 LCD UNIT 1
34 VYK3K90 TOP BASE UNIT 1
34-1 VGU0E85 REC/PLAYBACK SELECTOR KNOB 1
35 VYQ4113 MIC DAMPER 1
36 VYK3K80 REAR CASE UNIT 1
36-1 VGU0E86 CURSOR BUTTON 1
37 VYK3K81 FRONT CASE UNIT 1 (-S)
37 VYK3K82 FRONT CASE UNIT 1 (-K)
37 VYK3K84 FRONT CASE UNIT 1 (-P)
37 VYK3K83 FRONT CASE UNIT 1 (-R)
37 VYK3K85 FRONT CASE UNIT 1 (-N)
37 VYK3P43 FRONT CASE UNIT 1 (-G)
37 VYK3P42 FRONT CASE UNIT 1 (-V)
37 VYK3P44 FRONT CASE UNIT 1 (-A)
37-1 VGQ0G16 TOP SLIDE COVER 1
37-2 VGU0E83 POWER KNOB 1
37-3 VGU0E84 IA BUTTON 1

B1 VHD2019 SCREW 1
B2 VHD2019 SCREW 1
B3 VHD2019 SCREW 1
B4 VHD2019 SCREW 1
B5 VHD2019 SCREW 1
B6 VHD2019 SCREW 1
B7 VHD2150 SCREW 1
B8 VHD2150 SCREW 1
B9 XQN16+BJ4FN SCREW 1
B10 XQN16+BJ4FN SCREW 1
B11 XQN16+BJ4FN SCREW 1
B12 VHD2019 SCREW 1
B13 VHD2019 SCREW 1
B14 VHD2019 SCREW 1
B15 VHD2019 SCREW 1
B16 VHD2019 SCREW 1
B17 VHD2019 SCREW 1

100 VXW1083 LENS UNIT (W/CCD) 1 [SPC]

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DMC-FP8P-S

Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & Description Pcs Remarks Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & Description Pcs Remarks
300 VPF1301 CAMERA BAG 1 (EXCEPT P,PC,PU) 314 VPK4005 PACKING CASE 1 (GKS)
 301 DE-A60AA/SX BATTERY CHARGER 1 (EG,EP,EF,EB,GN) 314 VPK4010 PACKING CASE 1 (GKK)
 301 DE-A60BB/SX BATTERY CHARGER 1 (EE,GC,GH,GK,GD) 314 VPK4013 PACKING CASE 1 (GKP)
 301 DE-A60CA/SX BATTERY CHARGER 1 (GT) 314 VPK4017 PACKING CASE 1 (GKR)
 302 ----- BATTERY 1 (EXCEPT P,PC,PU) 314 VPK4021 PACKING CASE 1 (GKN)
304 K1HA08AD0001 USB CABLE W/PLUG 1 (EXCEPT P,PC,PU) 314 VPK4053 PACKING CASE 1 (GKG)
305 K1HA08CD0027 AV CABLE W/PLUG 1 (EXCEPT P,PC,PU) ) 314 VPK4055 PACKING CASE 1 (GKV)
306 VFC4297-B HAND STRAP 1 (EXCEPT P,PC,PU) 314 VPK4057 PACKING CASE 1 (GKA)
307 VFF0505-S CD-ROM 1 (EG,EP,EF,EB,EE,GC,GH,GT, 315 VPN6929 CUSHION 1 (EXCEPT P,PC,PU)
GN,GD) [SPC] See "Notes" 318 VQL1G34-6A OPERATING LABEL 1 (GT)
307 VFF0506-S CD-ROM 1 (GK) [SPC] See "Notes"  319 K2CT39A00002 AC CORD W/PLUG 1 (EB,GC,GH)
308 VGQ0D56 BATTERY PROTECTION CASE 1 (EXCEPT P,PC,PU)  320 K2CQ29A00002 AC CORD W/PLUG 1 (EG,EP,EF,EE,GC)
310 VPF1100 BAG, POLYETHYLENE 1 (EXCEPT P,PC,PU)  320 K2CR29A00001 AC CORD W/PLUG 1 (GD)
 311 VFF0526-C CD-ROM (INSTRUCTION BOOK) 1 (EG,EP,EF,EB)  321 K2CJ29A00002 AC CORD W/PLUG 1 (GN)
 311 VFF0534-C CD-ROM (INSTRUCTION BOOK) 1 (EE)  322 K2CA29A00021 AC CORD W/PLUG 1 (GT)
 311 VFF0527-C CD-ROM (INSTRUCTION BOOK) 1 (GC,GH,GN)  322 K2CA2YY00070 AC CORD W/PLUG 1 (GK)
 312 VQT2F77 SIMPLIFIED O/I 1 (EG)
(GERMAN/FRENCH)
 312 VQT2F78 SIMPLIFIED O/I 1 (EG)
(ITALIAN/DUTCH)
 312 VQT2F79 SIMPLIFIED O/I 1 (EG)
(SPANISH/PORTUGUESE)
 312 VQT2F80 SIMPLIFIED O/I 1 (EP)
(SWEDISH/DANISH)
 312 VQT2F81 SIMPLIFIED O/I 1 (EP)
(POLISH/CZECH)
 312 VQT2F82 SIMPLIFIED O/I 1 (EP)
(HUNGARIAN/FINNISH)
 312 VQT2F83 SIMPLIFIED O/I 1 (EF)
(FRENCH)
 312 VQT2F84 SIMPLIFIED O/I 1 (EB)
(ENGLISH)
 312 VQT2G39 SIMPLIFIED O/I 1 (EE)
(RUSSIAN/UKRAINIAN)
 312 VQT2F87 SIMPLIFIED O/I 1 (GC,GH)
(ENGLISH/CHINESE(TRADITIONAL))
 312 VQT2F88 SIMPLIFIED O/I 1 (GC)
(ARABIC/PERSIAN)
 312 VQT2F89 INSTRUCTION BOOK 1 (GT)
(CHINESE(TRADITIONAL))
 312 VQT2F90 INSTRUCTION BOOK 1 (GK)
(CHINESE(SIMPLIFIED))
 312 VQT2F91 SIMPLIFIED O/I 1 (GN)
(ENGLISH)
 312 VQT2F92 INSTRUCTION BOOK 1 (GD)
(KOREAN)
313 VQT2E46 O/I SOFTWARE 1 (EG)
(GERMAN/FRENCH/ITALIAN/
DUTCH/SPANISH/PORTUGUESE)
313 VQT2E47 O/I SOFTWARE 1 (EP)
(FINNISH/SWEDISH/DANISH/
POLISH/CZECH/HUNGARIAN)
313 VQT2E48 O/I SOFTWARE 1 (EF)
(FRENCH)
313 VQT2E49 O/I SOFTWARE 1 (EB,GN)
(ENGLISH)
313 VQT2E50 O/I SOFTWARE 1 (EE)
(RUSSIAN/UKRAINIAN)
313 VQT2E51 O/I SOFTWARE 1 (GC,GH)
(ENGLISH/CHINESE(TRADITIONAL)/
ARABIC/PERSIAN)
313 VQT2F93 O/I SOFTWARE 1 (GT)
(CHINESE(TRADITIONAL))
313 VQT2F94 O/I SOFTWARE 1 (GK)
(CHINESE(SIMPLIFIED))
313 VQT2E54 O/I SOFTWARE 1 (GD)
(KOREAN)
314 VPK4004 PACKING CASE 1 (EGS,EPS,EBS,EES,GCS,GHS,GNS)
314 VPK4009 PACKING CASE 1 (EGK,EPK,EFK,EBK,EEK,
GCK,GHK,GTK,GNK,GDK)
314 VPK4016 PACKING CASE 1 (EGR,EPR,EBR,EER,
GCR,GHR,GTR)
314 VPK4020 PACKING CASE 1 (EEN,GHN)
314 VPK4012 PACKING CASE 1 (GCP,GHP,GTP,GNP,GDP)
314 VPK4052 PACKING CASE 1 (GCG,GHG,GDG)
314 VPK4054 PACKING CASE 1 (GCV,GHV)
314 VPK4056 PACKING CASE 1 (GCA,GHA,GTA)

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S7. Exploded View
S7.1. Frame and Casing Section

34
36
34-1

36-1
B5
35
5
B6

B11
17 7 33
14 16
2 3
24 23 B1
B2
9
6 B9
B10
1

B7 B3
10
8 27
19
B8 12 20 100
26

25

31
21 15
18

13 4 B4
11

B13 B16
B14
32 B12
22
28 B15

29 37
37-3 37-2
B17

37-1

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S7.2. Packing Parts and Accessories Section (1)

207
212 211
218

213

210

208
206

200
204

202
201
215 205

214

S-18
S7.3. Packing Parts and Accessories Section (2)

307
312 311
318

304
313

310 305

300

306

(DMC-FP8EE/EF/EG/EP/GC/GD)
315
320

302 (DMC-FP8EB/GC/GH)
308
319
(DMC-FP8GK/GT)

301
322
(DMC-FP8GN)

321

314

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