panasonic and summertime.

Discussion in 'Panasonic Lumix' started by ben brugman, Mar 30, 2009.

  1. ben brugman

    ben brugman Guest

    This weekend summertime (daylight saving time) started again.

    A lot of clocks have to be adjusted. One of them the clock on my Panasonic
    TZ3. If I switch to summertime the time does not change. So the alter my
    home time I have to adjust the clock and can adjust that it is summertime.

    The timezone I am in is Paris, normal time is GMT +1, so summertime is GMT
    +2, not so for the TZ3. If the timezone is Paris, it says it is GMT +1,
    independ if summertime is selected or not. To me this is wrong. And
    furthermore why do they 'support' summertime and the homeclock is not
    adjusted by this setting.

    Is there a logic to the Panasonic timing system?
    Can somebody explain the logic behind this?

    Thanks for your time and attention,
    ben brugman.

    (The manual hardly says anything about these settings).
     
    ben brugman, Mar 30, 2009
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