LUMIX® G5 16 Megapixel Compact System Camera with 14-42mm lens
Model number: DMC-G5KK
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One of the newest compact system cameras (DSLM) cameras from Panasonic, the LUMIX G5 features a newly integrated 16.05-megapixel Live MOS sensor and redesigned Venus Engine to render clear, crisp images in both photo and video recording. Featuring a compact, light-weight body with built-in flash, the LUMIX G5 boasts ultra-high mobility while offering users a powerful camera performance which achieves spectacular image quality, realizing true-to-life photo details through excellent resolution, image rendering and color production.
The 16.05-megapixel Live MOS Sensor features Panasonic’s original pixel mix technology. The current process is designed exclusively for the digital Live MOS sensor to minimize the noise generation. The fine wiring around the photodiode realizes high aperture ratio, which results in high resolution and excellent S/N ratio while high performance transistor encourages high speed signal processing.
The Venus Engine for DMC-G5 features exceptionally advanced signal processing capabilities to render clear, crisp images in both photo and video recording. Also, the 4 CPUs excels in processing large amount of digital signals at high speed for these advanced noise reduction system, 1,920 x 1,080 full HD progressive video recording and high speed burst shooting.
Several still images consecutively shot at different exposure levels are overlaid to produce a single composite picture without whiteout (over-exposure) or blackout (under-exposure).
The DMC-G5 lets you use the versatile lineup of LUMIX G / LEICA DG lenses based on the Micro Four Thirds System standard. These lenses are revolutionary small and lightweight. Yet image quality is remarkably high, thanks to a fusion of advanced optical technologies and industry-leading digital technologies. The LUMIX G renders superb images across a broad range of shooting situations, from wide-angle to telephoto.
Included with purchase of the DMC-G5K camera is the H-FS014042 14-42mm f3.5-5.6 Micro Four Thirds lens. Continuous AF/AE function that supports for both photos and movies. A minimum focus distance of 30cm over the entire zoom range. Contrast AF system support, circular aperture diaphragm and multi-coated lens elements minimize ghosts and flare. The LUMIX G5 is compatible with all G Series interchangeable lenses to suit your studio and field photography needs.
The DMC-G5 features high speed AF system “Light Speed AF” which is achieved by reducing the detection time for focusing by doubling the drive speed of the sensor and the lens from 60 fps to 120 fps*. The advanced contrast AF system in the DMC-G5 exceeds other high-end DSLRs, with phase-difference AF, in accuracy and speed”.
Compared with the phase-difference system AF, the contrast AF of the DMC-G5 boasts higher accuracy even in shooting at small F value.
The phase-difference AF system is susceptible to mechanical margin of error. However, in the contrast AF system, focusing is controlled by the image sensor so that no mechanical margin of error occurs to achieve precise focusing.
*With LUMIX G X VARIO PZ 14-42mm / F3.5-5.6 ASPH. / POWER O.I.S. (H-PS14042) (bundled lens in the DMC-G5X).
The newly developed Live MOS sensor lets the DMC-G5 shoot 6 fps in full 16.05-megapixel resolution with mechanical shutter. Great for capturing fast subject motion, such as sports scenes or birds in flight. You can take a series of shots, then choose the ones you like the best and delete the rest.
Even higher-speed burst shooting is possible with the DMC-G5 when the electronic shutter is used.
Great for capturing race cars and other subjects that are difficult to catch with the naked eyes.
*1 Depending on the recording conditions, the number of frames in a burst may be reduced. (For example, when [i.Resolution] of the recording menu is set to [EXTENDED], the number of frames in a burst may be reduced).
*2 Pictures can be taken until the capacity of the card becomes full. However the burst speed will become slower halfway. The exact timing of this depends on the aspect ratio, the picture size, the setting for the quality and the type of card used.
The DMC-G5 incorporates full-area focusing which makes it possible to set focus on any point in the field of view. Frame composition is free and intuitive combining the touch-screen operation.
The DMC-G5 records high-resolution full HD 1,920 x 1,080 60p (NTSC) / 50p (PAL) videos in AVCHD Progressive (MPEG-4 / H.264) format. Upgrading the full HD recording capability from interlaced to progressive, subjects with fast motion or fine details are reproduced even more clearly.
A special, dedicated button on the top lets you instantly start recording videos while shooting photos without having to make any extra settings.
The DMC-G5 can record videos in MP4 format. This format is suitable for editing videos on a computer or uploading those to websites. Resolution can be selected among 1,920 x 1,080, 1,280 x 720, and 640 x 480, all at 30p (NTSC) / 25p (PAL).
Twice the Information of Interlace Recording
1080/60p / 1080/50p (progressive) conveys about twice the information of 1080i (interlace) recording. It creates intricate detail and silky smooth motion. Even when subjects move quickly, afterimages are minimized to create more natural images.
Only half of the image data is reproduced in each picture.
Still Image Recording in Video Recording with 12-megapixel High Resolution
While shooting an HD video, simply press / touch the shutter button and the camera will shoot a photo with 12-megapixel high resolution as it continues to record your video*. This makes sure that you don't miss those decisive moments with either photos or videos, or both.
* The picture aspect ratio will be fixed to 16:9.
*1 These are standard times taken at a temperature of 23°C (73.4°F) and a humidity of 50%RH. The time available for recording varies depending on the environment, the interval between recordings, and the manner of use. Actual recordable time is the time available for recording when repeating actions such as switching the power supply [ON]/[OFF], starting/stopping recording, zoom operation, etc. *2 With LUMIX G VARIO 14-42mm / F3.5-5.6 ASPH. / MEGA O.I.S. (H-FS014042) (bundled lens in the DMC-G5K and the DMC-G5W). *3 LUMIX G X VARIO PZ 14-42mm / F3.5-5.6 ASPH. / POWER O.I.S. (H-PS14042) (bundled lens in the DMC-G5X) or LUMIX G VARIO 45-150mm / F4.0-5.6 ASPH. / MEGA O.I.S. (H-FS45150) (bundled lens in the DMC-G5W).
*Videos can be recorded continuously for up to 29 min 59 sec in European PAL areas. *Continuous recording exceeding 4GB or 29 minutes 59 seconds is not possible when recording MP4. Remaining time for continuous recording is displayed on the screen. *Use a card with SD Speed Class* with "Class 4" or higher when recording videos in AVCHD. *SD Speed Class is the speed standard regarding continuous writing.
The Touch AF in video recording also lets you enjoy professional-like rack focusing. Just by pointing the subject, the focus is shifted to it and let it stand out to attract attention.
Even video beginners can record excellent videos with the DMC-G5 because the iA (Intelligent Auto) Mode is also available for video recording*.
*Some functions in the iA Mode will not be available depending on the lens that is mounted.
The revolutionary structure of Digital Single Lens Mirrorless (DSLM), developed on the Micro Four Thirds system, eliminates the bulky mirror box and pentaprism found in conventional DSLRs, while still maintaining the use of high-quality.
With such superior optical performance in a compact format, it’s easier for photographers to keep a camera with them at all times, and more importantly, it keeps photography fun.
The large, bright 1,440K-dot equivalent LVF featuring approx.100% field of view retains the outstanding viewability. Suppressing the color breakup, the LVF assures stunning image view for any subject in any scenes. The 60 fps Live View takes signals directly from the Live MOS sensor and sends them continuously to the LCD at higher speed in real time thanks to the Venus Engine.
The image output between the LVF and the LCD is switched automatically with the eye sensor.
The Touch Pad function enables using both LVF and LCD simultaneously to encourage more intuitive shooting.
The Eye Sensor AF automatically starts focusing when you look into the LVF to capture the spur-of-the-moment.
The 920K-dot high-resolution LCD rotates 180° to the side and tilts 270° up and down offers approx. 100% of field of view. This LCD enables dynamic, artistic framing with high-angle shots and low-angle shots. The time lag of image output is minimized by approx.18% compared with the predecessor DMC-G3 making it easier to monitor the fast-moving subject.
Plus, high-precision touch display immediately lets you to set focus to the subject by just touching it on the screen and you can even release the shutter.
The LUMIX DMC-G5 offers a variety of features that encourages user to enjoy expressive photography according to the user's stage of skill - from very beginners to high amateurs.
You can use the Creative Control and Photo Style for shooting videos. It renders highly unique expressions by matching the colors to your subject and surroundings. In Miniature Effect Mode, the video recorded is played back in 10x fast-forwarding making it more comical to watch*.
*Sound will not be recorded with Miniature Effect in Creative Control Mode and approximately 1/10 of the time period is recorded. (If you record for 10 minutes, the resulting motion picture recording will be approximately 1 minute long.)
Recommended filters are suggested depending on the scene that camera detects in iA or iA Plus Mode.
For beginners of interchangeable lens system cameras, the new Scene Guide offers 23 sample pictures shot by professional photographers*. You can choose the one closer to the scene they encounter and optimum parameters for shooting the scene will be automatically set. Furthermore, shooting procedure, technical advice and recommended interchangeable lens for the scene can be shown for users to learn photography.
*Video recording using the Scene Guide is not possible in some scenes.
In the iA Mode*1, the camera does all the work, leaving you free to compose your shot and capture the moment. You just press, aim and shoot. Once you've selected the iA Mode, the detection and correction functions go to work to give you beautiful photos and videos with maximum ease. In addition, the iA Plus Mode enables you to adjust defocusing area, exposure compensation and white balance by just moving the slider with your finger.
The range of defocus can be adjusted to match your needs.
You can adjust the exposure compensation accurately and easily.
*1 Some functions in the iA Mode will not be available depending on the lens that is mounted. The applicable iA Mode functions vary with photos and videos. *2 Turn the Face Recognition item ON and register the person with full-face portrait on the shooting menu in advance. Recognition performance varies greatly depending on shooting conditions, i.e., according to factors such as angles, facial expression and lighting, so operation under all conditions cannot be guaranteed. Because the camera searches for faces that are similar to registered faces, there are cases where the faces are not correctly recognized when the registered image and the shooting image vary much. When facial characteristics are similar, particularly between parents and their children or brothers and sisters, the camera may not distinguish the faces. *3 The Digital Red-eye Correction must be turned ON in the menu prior to use. *4 The focal range varies depending on the lens. *5 In the iA Mode, the Night Portrait is not identified when the flash is turned off. *6 With some subject and shooting conditions, it is just not possible to judge the best shooting details. When this happens, it is recommended that you shoot with the Scene Guide Mode that best suits your purpose. *7 When using a lens equipped with the POWER O.I.S. *8 When using a lens equipped with the MEGA O.I.S.
You can manually choose from 6 color types to get even more detailed image settings, or to match the shooting situation. In addition, the contrast, sharpness, saturation or noise reduction for each mode parameter can be customized in 5 steps and stored in memory. In Custom Mode, finely customized settings can be stored for easy recall and use.
*1 According to the CIPA Standard with the LUMIX G VARIO 14-42mm / F3.5-5.6 ASPH. / MEGA O.I.S. (H-FS014042) (bundled lens in the DMC-G5K and the DMC-G5W).
*2 According to the CIPA Standard with the LUMIX G X VARIO PZ 14-42mm / F3.5-5.6 ASPH. / POWER O.I.S. (H-PS14042) (bundled lens in the DMC-G5X) or LUMIX G VARIO 45-150mm / F4.0-5.6 ASPH. / MEGA O.I.S. (H-FS45150) (bundled lens in the DMC-G5W).
*Batteries made by other companies which have been certified by Panasonic may be used with these units, but we offer no guarantee as to the quality, performance or safety of such batteries. *Exercise care when purchasing batteries. Many fake or imitation batteries have been found among those sold at unusually low prices and those which customers cannot check for themselves before purchasing. *Please confirm the latest information about batteries on the following website. http://panasonic.jp/support/global/cs/info/battery.html
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You will never have to worry about unexpected or unplanned repair bills. The coverage covers parts and labor to keep product in good operating condition. If you have in home service during the factory warranty then the same is provided during the extended period. If you have carry in service, then you have the same during the extended period.
Ensures only authorized and highly trained techinicians with up-to-date diagnostic tools will work on your product. Knowing how important your product is to you, servicers will repair your product as quickly as possible. Only Panasonic parts and components are used.
When you need service just call the Panasonic 800 number and someone will contact you within 24 hours.
In addition, the service is transferable to a new owner!
Your Plan is priced to offer you affordable protection for your valuble electronics product. The coverage will cost you just pennies a day and there are no deductibles.
This document sets forth the entire Contract between the Service Contract Administrator hereinafter referred to as We, Us and Our, and, the Purchaser as You and Your. No representation, promise or condition herein shall modify these terms. Service Net Warranty, LLC ("Service Net") is contractually obligated to You to provide service under this Contract where in accordance with, and as allowed by state law. If this Contract is purchased in Florida or Oklahoma, Service Net Solutions of Florida, LLCis contractually obligated to You to provide service under this contract.
1.What Is Covered. We will furnish labor, parts, and/or replacement equipment (or pay for same) necessary to repair operational or mechanical breakdowns of the product specified in this Contract, provided such service is necessitated by product failure during normal usage. The product specified and covered includes only equipment as originally configured and charged for in this Contract. Coverage also applies to the parts and accessories that are necessary to the covered product's functionality, but does not apply to accessories that are used in conjunction with or to enhance the performance of the covered product. The maximum liability owed to You under this Contract will be the full retail cost of Your Product minus the sales tax. In the event We (I) replace the Product with a Product with equivalent specifications or (II) reimburse You for the current market value of the Product with equivalent specifications or (III) reimburse You for the retail amount of the Product, less claims made, minus sales tax, We shall have satisfied all obligations owed under this contract. Power Surge and Spike: This service plan protects against operational failure of a covered product if a failure occurs while connected to a surge protector approved by the Underwriter's Laboratory. Your surge protector may be collected by the Administrator for examination.
2.TO OBTAIN AUTHORIZATION FOR REPLACEMENT (ON REPLACEMENT CONTRACTS ONLY):
You must obtain authorization prior to the receipt of a replacement Product.
Call the toll free number listed on the reverse side of this Service Contract.
Have this Contract, Your Contract number, and the original Product receipt available.
Instructions on obtaining replacement will be given.
Once authorization is obtained You may be required, at Your expense, to return the Product to Service Net.
This Product is not to be taken to the Retailer.
At Our determination, You will receive a replacement Product of like grade and quality. Technological advances may result in a replacement product with a lower selling price than the original Product. In all cases where a replacement cannot be made, You will receive reimbursement for the original purchase price, excluding sales tax, delivery and installation.
All contractual obligations are considered fulfilled upon Product replacement, reimbursement or Contract term expiration.
We reserve the right to replace the Product with a remanufactured or refurbished Product.
The replacement Product will be mailed to You at no cost.
3.DEDUCTIBLE. No deductible applies to this Contract.
4.IMPORTANT NOTE. Repairs recommended by the repairing facility not necessitated by mechanical breakdown are not covered unless specifically authorized by Us. We reserve the right to inspect the items to be covered, or the items covered, as the case may be, prior to coverage or during the coverage period. Model number, serial number and original date of purchase of all items to be covered must be provided to execute application for service. If You request a service call for a non-covered repair, You will be responsible for all osts associated with the repair. In the event You are unable to meet the servicer, You must call to cancel the appointment in advance of the agreed upon time of service. You may be responsible for paying the second trip charge for the subsequent rescheduled repair. If the product is found to be performing to the manufacturer?s specifications, it will be returned to You. This contract must be paid in full prior to services being rendered.
5.TIME FOR SERVICE. Service will be performed during the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. local time Monday through Friday, excluding holidays. Any additional costs above the service providers authorized hourly rate (premium or overtime charges) or after hours service will be at Your expense with exception of health related or severe weather related emergencies.
6.PLACE OF SERVICE. Service will be provided by a manufacturer authorized service center, or the Dealer named in this Contract. After We authorize Your claim, We will arrange for service and We will cover the reasonable parts and labor costs that We authorize. You may be asked to provide proof of purchase as a condition for receiving service under this Service Contract. Your original purchase receipt should be kept with this service Contract in a safe place. (a) On-site service will be provided for Major Appliances and televisions greater than 42 screen size. All televisions (LCD, Plasma, Projection) with a screen size between 19 and 42 may be serviced either on-site or by depot repair, at Our discretion. If depot service is required, the cost to transport and/or ship the Product for service will be paid by Us. On-site service, if applicable, will be provided when Your residence is located within fifty (50) miles of an authorized service provider. If You are entitled to on-site service but due to environmental and/or technical requirements, certain repairs can not be completed in Your residence, or if You are located more than fifty (50) miles from the nearest authorized provider, the cost to transport and/or ship the Product for service will be paid by Us. On-site service where applicable requires clear, complete and easy access to the product by the authorized service provider and does not include removal or re-installation of an installed product. It is possible that certain on-site repairs will not be completed on-site, but will require that the product or parts of the product, at the servicer's discretion be removed for shop diagnosis and/or repair and then returned. (b) All other Product categories are covered for carry-in or depot service.
7.PARTS AND SUBCONTRACTING. Parts used to repair equipment may either be new or refurbished at Our sole option. Service may be performed by subcontractors.
8.UNAVAILABILITY OF FUNCTIONAL PARTS OR TECHNICAL INFORMATION. If We determine that We are unable to repair Your Product due to the unavailability of functional parts, service or technical information, the total liability owed to You under this Contract will be the lesser of (I) the current market value of a Product with equivalent specifications or (II) the retail price paid for Your Product minus sales tax and claims paid, in lieu of service repairs or replacement of the Product with equivalent specifications. In all cases where parts or technical information are on extended backorder for a minimum of sixty (60) calendar days, We will determine if a replacement or reimbursement will be made. All contractual obligations are fulfilled, in lieu of repairs, upon Product replacement, reimbursement or Contract term expiration. Technological advances may result in a replacement Product with a lower selling price than the original Product. If We replace the Product or buyout the Contract, the covered Product becomes Our property and We may, at Our discretion, require the Product to be returned to Us (or Our designee) at Our expense.
9.RENEWABILITY. This Contract is renewable at Our sole discretion.
10.LIMITATIONS OF COVERAGE. This Contract Does Not Cover: A. Any equipment located outside the United States. B. Service required as a result of any alteration of the equipment, or repairs made by anyone other than a participating servicing dealer, an authorized service provider, its agents, distributors, contractors or licensees, or the use of supplies other than those recommended by the manufacturer. C. Damage or other equipment failure due to causes beyond our control including, but not limited to, repairs necessary due to operator negligence, the failure to maintain the equipment according to the owner?s manual instructions, abuse, vandalism, theft, fire, flood, wind, freezing, power failure, inadequate power supply, unusual atmospheric conditions, or acts of war or acts of God. D. Service necessary because of improper storage, improper ventilation, including failure to place the equipment in an area that complies with the manufacturer‘s published space or environmental requirements. Misuse, abuse and any utilization of equipment that is inconsistent with either the design of the equipment or the way the manufacturer intended the equipment to be used, including cases in which the manufacturer of the equipment would not honor any warranty. E. Any utilization of equipment that is inconsistent with either the design of the equipment or the way the manufacturer intended the equipment to be used. Any installation that prevents normal service. Any and all cases in which the manufacturer of the equipment would not honor any warranty regarding the equipment. F. Equipment used commercially or in a commercial setting. An industrial or commercial setting is defined as anything other than a single family dwelling. Single family dwellings include: Houses, Townhouses, Modular Housing, Condominiums, Duplexes, and Apartments. Equipment used in recreational vehicles is not covered. G. Cosmetic damage such as, but not limited to scratches, dents, rust, stains. Expendable or lost items, such as, but not limited to ear buds or head phones. H. Consumable items are defined as any part that is considered consumable by the manufacturer and/ or any item that is designed to be consumed (wear out) during the life of the Product, regardless if it is consumer replaceable or not. Consumable items include, but are not limited to For Consumer Electronics: light bulbs, lamps (unless purchased as additional coverage), and batteries. For Printers, Copiers, and Multifunctional Equipment: ink, fuser, roller kits, maintenance kits, paper trays, and any toner/cartridge. For all Products: Telephone or other lines connecting to the equipment. I. In-warranty parts not provided or shipped by the manufacturer. Operational or mechanical failure covered by manufacturer?s warranty, manufacturer?s recall, improper construction, or factory bulletins, (regardless of whether or not the manufacturer is doing business as an ongoing enterprise). Defects in the equipment due to the manufacturer?s error or improper construction of the equipment. J. Any software, including but not limited to, application programs, network programs, upgrades, formatting of any kind, databases, files, drivers, source code, object code or proprietary data, or any support, configuration, installation or reinstallation of any software or data. K. Normal, periodic or preventative maintenance, customer education and cleanings. L. Consequential damages as a result of malfunctioning of or damage to an operating part of the covered equipment or damages as a result of any repairs or replacements under this agreement. Damages caused by delays in rendering service or loss of use during the period that the product is at the authorized service center or otherwise awaiting parts are not covered. M. Loss or damage as a result of violation of existing federal, state and municipal codes including repairs to products not complying with said codes. N. Pre-existing conditions (incurred prior to the effective date of coverage), and known to You. O. Equipment where the serial plate attached to the equipment is removed, defaced or made illegible. P. Markings or retained images on the glass panel resulting from viewing fixed images (including, among other things, non-expanded standard 4:3 pictures on wide screen TVs, or onscreen data in a stationary and fixed location). Damaged or defective LCD screens when the failure is caused by abuse or is otherwise excluded herein. All display products that are used in an application that requires continuous and/or business operation. Q. Damage resulting from unauthorized repair; software virus; improper electrical wiring and connections; damage caused during delivery, improper installation, or setup, user facilitated minor adjustments and settings outlined in the product?s owners manual, external antenna or local reception problems, inaccessible products or parts, negligence, misuse or abuse whether willful or not. R. Payment for subsequent service calls which result in "no failure found" diagnosis. Non failure problems including but not limited to noises or squeaks. Subsequent trip charges may need to be paid by You if a second "no failure found" diagnosis is determined based on the same problem. S. Broadcast grade models are not covered by this program. Repair of resolution (pixels) failure must match the factory minimum standards before an authorized repair occurs. T. Equipment sold without a manufacturer?s warranty, sold "as is" or sold as refurbished Products or is located in a rental property. U. De-installation, removal, or reinstallation of any equipment. V. Any cost recoverable under any other warranty, guarantee, or under an insurance policy (in such case, this Contract will cover any applicable deductible). W.Transit or delivery damage, damage caused by packing, unpacking, assembly, installation, or removal. Short circuit, loss of use, parts or labor covered under the manufacturer?s warranty, lack of maintenance, bodily injury, pre-existing conditions, manufacturer?s recall, periodic checkups or maintenance. We will not pay for adjustments or repairs required because of conditions at your location. X. Electronics and PC equipment over 5 years of age.
11.NO LEMON GUARANTEE. During the term of this Contract, when three service repairs, with three separate claim numbers, have been completed on the same part, and that same part requires repair under a fourth claim number, as determined by Us, Your Product will be replaced with a Product of like grade and quality by Us, not to exceed the original retail purchase price. In the event a comparable replacement cannot be located, a buyout, not to exceed the original retail purchase price, will be provided. This does not include repairs necessary during the manufacturer?s warranty period, rework/ callback service required after initial service, during the warranty of work period provided by the Service Company, or previous service Contract terms. Once you have received Your Product replacement or buyout all contractual obligations under this Contract have been fulfilled.
12.CANCELLATION AND REFUND. You may cancel this contract at any time for any reason. If You cancel this Contract within sixty (60) days of the date purchased You will receive a refund of the full purchase price less any claims. If You cancel this Contract thereafter, You will be refunded the remaining days of coverage on a monthly prorated basis, less costs for service performed (if applicable). No refund will be issued if the prorated refund amount is less than or equal to $5.00. We, at Our sole option, may cancel this Service Contract due to non-payment. If We cancel this Service Contract due to non-payment, You will not receive a refund. Neither You nor the Dealer nor We are obligated to renew this Contract beyond the current term.
13.CLAIMS LIMITATION. The total claims limitation under this Contract is the retail price paid for Your Product minus sales tax, claims paid, delivery and installation. During the term of the Contract We may elect, at Our option, to buyout the Contract for the original purchase price of the covered Product less claims paid, less sales tax, delivery and installation, or replace the Product with a comparable Product. In the event We reimburse You or replace the Product We shall have satisfied all obligations owed under this Contract.
14.BUYOUT. We may elect, at Our option, to buyout the Contract during the coverage term for the lesser of (I) current market value of a Product with equivalent specifications or (II) retail price paid for Your Product minus sales tax and claims paid. When determining the current market value of a Product of equivalent specifications a fair analysis is completed using current manufacturers? and distributors? pricing on comparable products. All contractual obligations are considered fulfilled upon buyout of the Product. You have up to forty-five (45) days from the date of authorization to complete your product buyout transaction. Technological advances may result in a replacement product with a lower selling price than the original Product. If We buyout the contract, the covered product becomes property of Service Net and We may, at Our discretion, require the product to be returned to Us (or our designee) at Our expense.
15.STATE VARIATIONS. Certain states have specific conditions; conditions listed on the front of this form apply to You.
16.TRANSFERABILITY. You may transfer this Agreement to any person by sending written notice to: Service Net, P.O. Box 1411, Jeffersonville, IN 47131-1411.
17.NOVATION. If Service Net assigns another insurance carrier with an "AM Best" industry rating of A- or better under this Contract directly or indirectly, such new insurance carrier will carry the liability under this Contract.
18.RIGHT TO RECOVER FROM OTHERS. If we make any payment, we are entitled to recover what we paid from other parties. By accepting settlement of a claim, You transfer to us your right to recovery against any other party.
19.COVERAGE AND TERM. This is not an insurance policy. As the Administrator, We will assist You in understanding Your warranty and coverage benefits from the day You purchase Your Plan. If Your Product needs repair for operational or mechanical failure, You are required to call the toll free number listed on the front of this Contract or submit Your claim in writing to Service Net, 650 Missouri Ave., Jeffersonville, IN 47130. With any correspondence, please provide Your daytime phone number and claim number if applicable. If We fail to pay or provide service on a claim within 30 days after proof of loss has been filed, or in the event We are no longer a going concern, please enclose a copy of Your plan when sending correspondence to the Insurer. The expiration date and price of this Contract are listed on the face of this Contract. There are some limitations of coverage. You should review the limitations of coverage paragraph for details. This Plan is secured by a contractual liability or reimbursement insurance policy provided by either Illinois National Insurance Company or New Hampshire Insurance Company Inc., 175 Water Street, 20th Floor, New York, NY 10038. Telephone 1-800-250-3819. If, within sixty (60) days, we have not paid a covered claim, provided you with a refund or you are otherwise dissatisfied, you may make a claim directly to the insurance company.
20.ENTIRE CONTRACT. This is the entire Contract and no other oral modifications are valid.
21.LIMITATION OF LIABILITY. THE DEALER/RETAILER, SERVICE SAVER, INCORPORATED SERVICE NET, THEIR AGENTS, CONTRACTORS OR LICENSEES WILL NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROPERTY DAMAGE, LOST TIME, LOST DATA RESULTING FROM THE BREAKDOWN OR FAILURE OF ANY EQUIPMENT OR FROM DELAYS IN SERVICING OR THE INABILITY TO RENDER SERVICE ON ANY COVERED EQUIPMENT. EXCLUSION IS MADE OF ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THERE ARE NO EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES MADE HEREIN. If You have any questions, require customer service, or wish to report a claim, please contact: Service Net, 650 Missouri Ave., Jeffersonville, IN 47130