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Canon MV960 Digital Camcorder & Video Recorder, size: 4.6 MB
Kevs Cameras Kevlog June 18th 2009
User reviews and opinions
|chyzer||3:51am on Saturday, October 23rd, 2010|
|Good quality digital camcorder - easy playback - takes digital photographs - x 25 zoom - sensitive microphone Sensitive microphone!|
|Hendon||3:41am on Saturday, October 16th, 2010|
|Propbably the last of the "good" zr series, Canon seems to be cheaping out. This camera rocks. as a professional user I use it daily. I am not a "heavy user of video, so I was really disappointed with the Sony. It is about 3 years old, but gee.|
|pete.zhut||1:42pm on Sunday, August 29th, 2010|
|The colors are rich and vibrant. Size, Battery is long lasting and is also used by the Canon s80 Hard to hold at first, takes some getting used to.|
|gerwulf||6:28am on Monday, May 31st, 2010|
|When our old Hitachi mini VHS camcorder finally blew-up, it did so the day before we were due to fly to Disney World for the first time. good image even in low light condition. it fit in my cargo pants pocket. none for the price, nothing to complain|
|GameTheory||11:18pm on Thursday, April 8th, 2010|
|CCD DV processor. Even revised model, Canon and none miserly adopts a real high resolution [[this record model. The Canon ZR700 comes with a CCD that measures1/6th inch, with 680K gross pixels, 340K effective pixels in 4:3.|
|dacyac||10:56am on Wednesday, March 24th, 2010|
|It is a good camera when it works, but just a... Manual controls for shutter, lens cover, good optical zoom Within 3 yrs.|
|eddamilka||4:48am on Thursday, March 11th, 2010|
|This is a fantastic camera. Its lightweight and portable, which is the main reason i got it.The Canon ZR700 has easily understandable features.|
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Menus and Settings....36 Recording Using the Recording Programs...41 Adjusting the Exposure Manually...45 Adjusting the Focus Manually..46 Setting the White Balance....48 Selecting an Image Effect...49 Setting the Shutter Speed...50 Using the LED Light...52 Using the Self-Timer...53 Changing the Recording Mode (SP/LP)...54 Audio Recording....55 Using Digital Effects....56 Widescreen TV Recording (16:9)...60 Playback Magnifying the Image...61 Displaying the Data Code...62 End Search....63 Returning to a Pre-marked Position..64 Date Search...65 Other Functions Changing the Display Language..66 Other Camcorder Settings....67
Recording to a VCR or Digital Video Device..70 Recording from Analog Video Devices (VCR, TV or Camcorder).72 5
Recording from Digital Video Devices (DV Dubbing).73 Converting Analog Signals into Digital Signals (Analog-Digital Converter)...75 Audio Dubbing...77 Transferring Video Recordings to a Computer...80
Inserting and Removing a Memory Card..81 Selecting the Image Quality/Size..82 File Numbers....84 Recording Still Images on a Memory Card..85 Recording Movies on a Memory Card...89 Selecting the Focusing Point...91 Playing Back a Memory Card..92 Protecting Images...94 Erasing Images....95 Initializing a Memory Card....96
Printing Still Images....97 Selecting the Print Settings...99 Printing with Print Order Settings...101
Transferring Memory Card Images to a Computer..103 Direct Transfer...104 Selecting Images for Transfer (Transfer Order)..106
Screen Displays...107 List of Messages...110 Maintenance/Others...113 Troubleshooting...119 System Diagram...122 Optional Accessories...123 Specifications....125 Index...127
Checking the Supplied Accessories
CA-570 Compact Power Adapter (incl. power cord) NB-2LH Battery Pack BP-2L5 Battery Pack Lithium Button Battery CR1616
WL-D85 Wireless Controller
Lithium Button Battery CR2025 for Wireless Controller
SS-900 Shoulder Strap
STV-250N Stereo Video Cable
PC-A10 SCART Adapter*
IFC-300PCU USB Cable
DIGITAL VIDEO SOLUTION DISK For Windows For Macintosh
* Europe only.
Left side view
Right side view
Lens cover switch ( 21, 85) ( open, closed) LCD BACKLIGHT button ( 18) Speaker ( 31) CHARGE indicator ( 12) / CARD access indicator ( 85, 89) Memory card slot ( 81)
switch ( 4) Grip belt ( 16) Terminal cover AV terminal ( 32, 72, 75, 77) USB terminal ( 97, 103) DV terminal ( 70, 73, 75, 80)
Remote sensor (
17) White LED light (assist lamp) ( 52) Stereo microphone Viewfinder ( 16) Dioptric adjustment lever ( 16) BATT. (battery release) button ( 12) LCD screen ( 18) Joystick ( 3) FUNC. button ( 36)
D.EFFECTS button ( 56)/ P.SET button ( 97) WIDE SCR button ( 60) / DATA CODE button ( 62) LIGHT button ( 52) Backup battery compartment ( 14) Start/stop button ( 21, 89) Battery attachment unit ( 12) / Serial number DC IN terminal ( 12)
TAPE/CARD switch ( 4) Program selector ( 41) Easy recording Recording programs Zoom lever ( 25) PHOTO button ( 85)
Cassette compartment ( 15) Cassette compartment cover ( 15) OPEN/EJECT switch ( 15) Tripod socket ( 28)
WL-D85 Wireless Controller E
START/ STOP PHOTO ZOOM
CARD DATE SEARCH
AUDIO DUB. MEMORY
WIRELESS CONTROLLER WL-D85
START/STOP button ( 21, 89) CARD /+ buttons ( 92) DATE SEARCH / buttons ( 65) REW button ( 29) / button ( 30) PAUSE button ( 30) SLOW button ( 30) AUDIO DUB. button ( 77) ZERO SET MEMORY button ( 64)
PHOTO button ( 85) Zoom buttons ( 25) PLAY button ( 29) FF button ( 29) STOP button ( 29) +/ button ( 30) button ( 30) TV SCREEN button ( 107)
Preparing the Power Supply
Attaching the Battery Pack
1. Turn the switch to. 2. Attach the battery pack to the camcorder.
Remove the terminal cover of the battery pack. Press lightly and slide the battery pack in the direction of the arrow until it clicks.
Charging the Battery Pack
1. Connect the power cord to the adapter. 2. Plug the power cord into a power outlet. 3. Connect the power adapter to the camcorders DC IN terminal.
The CHARGE indicator starts flashing. The indicator will stay on when the charging is completed.
DC IN terminal
4. When the charging is completed, disconnect the power adapter from the camcorder. Unplug the power cord from the power outlet and disconnect it from the adapter. 5. Remove the battery pack after use.
Press the BATT. button to remove the battery.
Using a Household Power Source
Connect to a household power source to use the camcorder without worrying about the battery power. You can keep the battery pack attached; the battery power will not be consumed.
Fastening the Grip Belt
Adjust the grip belt so that you can reach the zoom lever with your index finger, and the start/stop button with your thumb.
Attaching the Shoulder Strap
Pass the ends through the strap mount and adjust the length of the strap.
Using the Wireless Controller
Point it at the camcorders remote sensor when you press the buttons.
Inserting the Battery
The wireless controller operates with a lithium button battery CR2025.
1. Pull out the battery holder. 2. Place the lithium button battery with the + side facing up. 3. Insert the battery holder.
The wireless controller may not work properly when the remote sensor is subjected to strong light sources or direct sunlight. If the wireless controller does not work, check if the remote sensor is set to [OFF ]( 67). When the camcorder cannot be operated with the wireless controller, or when it can only be operated at a very close range, replace the battery.
Adjusting the LCD Screen
Rotating the LCD Screen
Open the LCD panel 90 degrees.
You can rotate the panel by 90 degrees outward. You can rotate the panel by 180 degrees inward.
LCD BACKLIGHT button
You can switch the brightness of the LCD screen between normal and bright by pressing the LCD BACKLIGHT button. This is useful for outdoor recordings.
Press the LCD BACKLIGHT button.
This setting does not affect the brightness of the recording or the viewfinder screen. When using a battery pack, the camcorder retains the setting even if you change the position of the switch. The battery usage time shortens when the LCD screen is set brighter ( 14).
The FUNC. menu will open. Continue the procedure with the joystick to open the setup menus.
2. With the joystick select ( ) the icon and press ( ). 3. Select ( ) the [DATE/TIME SETUP] menu and press ( ). Then, select ( ) the [T.ZONE/DST] option and press ( ).
The time zone setting appears (see table on the next page). The default setting is Paris or Singapore depending on the region.
4. Select (
) your time zone and press (
next to the area.
To adjust for daylight saving time, select the time zone with the
Setting the Date and Time
DATE/TIME 1.JAN.2006 12:00AM
5. Select (
) the [DATE/TIME] option and press (
A selection frame will be displayed around the date and the selection arrows around the day will flash.
6. With the joystick change ( ) the day as required and move ( ) to the next field.
The selection arrows will flash around the next field of the date/time. Set the month, year, hours and minutes in the same way. If you do not need to change all settings, you can use the joystick to move ( the specific setting you want to change.
Allowing the Subject to Monitor the LCD Screen
You can rotate the LCD panel so that the screen faces in the same direction as the lens. The viewfinder switches on allowing you to use the viewfinder while the subject can monitor the screen.
Displaying the Level Marker
Use the level marker as a horizontal guideline to frame subjects more accurately.
LEVEL MARKER OFF
1. Press the FUNC. button to open the FUNC. menu. 2. With the joystick select ( ) the icon and press ( ). 3. Select ( ) the [DISPLAY SETUP/ ] menu and press ( ). Then, select ( ) the [LEVEL MARKER] option and press ( ). 4. Set it to [ON] and press ( ) to save the changes. 5. Press the FUNC. button to close the menu.
The level marker will appear.
Reviewing and Searching when Recording
In record pause mode, this function allows you to review the last few seconds of your recording to check if it has been recorded properly.
1. Set the program selector to. 2. If the joystick guide does not appear on screen, press ( ) to display it. 3. Push the joystick ( ) momentarily towards and release it.
The camcorder rewinds the tape, plays back the last few seconds, and returns to record pause mode.
In record pause mode, this function allows you to play back the tape (forward or reverse) to locate the point where you wish to begin recording.
1. Set the program selector to. 2. If the joystick guide does not appear on screen, press ( ) to display it.
3. Hold the joystick pushed ( ) towards to search back towards the beginning of the recording or pushed ( ) towards to search forward towards the end of the recording.
Release the joystick at the point where you wish to begin recording. The camcorder returns to record pause mode.
When the camcorder shuts off automatically, the record review and record search functions will not work. To resume normal operation turn the switch to and then back to CAMERA.
Screen Displays during Recording
Remaining battery charge The battery symbol indicates the charge status of the battery pack.
Time Code Indicates the recording time in hours, minutes and seconds. Remaining tape Indicates the remaining time of the tape in minutes. moves during recording. END flashes when the tape reaches the end. When the time left is less than 15 seconds, the remaining tape time may not appear. Depending on the type of the tape, the indication may not be displayed correctly.
starts flashing in red when the battery pack is empty. When you attach an empty battery pack, the power may turn off without displaying . The actual battery charge may not be indicated accurately depending on the conditions under which the battery pack and the camcorder are used. Recording reminder The camcorder counts from 1 to 10 seconds when you start recording. This is helpful to avoid scenes that are too short. When flashes
flashes in red when the lithium button battery is not installed, or when it needs replacing.
The zoom is available in the and modes. When recording on the tape, in addition to the 25x optical zoom you can also use the digital zoom.
25x Optical Zoom
Move the zoom lever toward W to zoom out (wideangle). Move it toward T to zoom in (telephoto).
You can also change the zoom speed ( 27).
You can also use the T and W buttons on the wireless controller. The zoom speed with the wireless controller will be the same as with the camcorder (when one of the fixed zoom speed levels is selected) or fixed at [SPEED 3] (when [VARIABLE] is selected). Keep at least 1 m to the subject. At wide-angle, you can focus on a subject as close as 1 cm. The zoom speed is slightly faster in record pause mode.
When the digital zoom is activated, the camcorder automatically switches between optical and digital zoom. With digital zoom, image resolution becomes lower the more you zoom in.
Auto Slow Shutter
In the Easy Recording mode or when the shutter speed is set to [AUTO] in the Program AE recording program, the camcorder uses shutter speeds down to 1/25 ( ) and 1/12.5 ( ). This allows you to obtain a brighter recording in places with insufficient lighting. However, you can set the camcorder not to use a slow shutter speed.
A.SL SHUTTER ON
1. Open the FUNC. menu, select ( ) the icon and press ( ). 2. Select ( ) the [CAMERA SETUP] menu and press ( ). Then, select ( ) the [A.SL SHUTTER] option and press ( ). 3. Set ( ) it to [OFF] and press ( ) to save the changes, then close the menu.
When set to [ON], moving subjects may leave a trailing afterimage. The camcorder retains the setting separately in and mode. If (camcorder shake warning) appears in mode, stabilize the camcorder, for example, by mounting it on a tripod or placing it on a table.
Using the LED Light
You can turn on the LED light at any time regardless of the recording program.
White LED light
Press the LIGHT button.
appears on the screen. The LED light turns on and off with each press of the button. Do not point the LED light at persons while they are driving. Do not look at the LED light for a long time. Do not use the LED light close to peoples eyes.
Using the Self-Timer
The self-timer can be used for recording movies or still images.
PHOTO button FUNC. button Start/stop button
SELF TIMER OFF
1. Open the FUNC. menu and select ( ) the self timer icon. 2. Set ( ) it to [SELF TIMER ON] and close the menu.
When recording movies:
3. Press the start/stop button.
The camcorder starts recording after a 10-second countdown (2 seconds when using the START/STOP button of the wireless controller). The countdown appears on the screen. When recording still images:
3. Press the PHOTO button, first halfway to activate the autofocus and then fully.
The camcorder will record the image after a 10-second countdown (2 seconds when using the PHOTO button of the wireless controller). The countdown appears on the screen. To cancel the self timer, select ( ) [SELF TIMER OFF] in step 2 above. Once the countdown has begun, you can also press the start/stop button (when recording movies) or the PHOTO button (when recording still images) to cancel the self-timer. The self-timer will be canceled when you turn off the camcorder.
appears when you turn the wind screen off.
Using Digital Effects
Faders ( 58)
Wipe (WIPE) Begin or end scenes with a fade to or from black. Fade Trigger (FADE-T)
Corner Wipe (CORNER)
Sepia (SEPIA) Art (ART)
Add flavor to your recordings. Black and White (BLK&WHT)
Color Mask (COLOR M.)
Card Mix (
You can choose one of the sample images from the collection on the supplied disk (picture frames and backgrounds) and combine it with the live video recording. The live video recording will appear in place of the light area of the card mix image.
Availability of Digital Effects by Operating Modes:
Movies Faders Effects Card Mix
: Available : Not available : Not available if the TV type is set to [NORMAL TV]. : Black and White only.
Selecting a Fader
In mode, set the program selector to.
1. Open the FUNC. menu and select ( ) the digital effects icon. 2. Select ( ) the [FADER] option and press ( ). 3. Select ( ) a setting option, press ( ) and close the menu.
The symbol of the selected fader will appear on screen. :
4. Fade in: In record pause mode, press the D.EFFECTS button and begin recording by pressing the start/stop button. Fade out: During recording, press the D.EFFECTS button and pause recording by pressing the start/ stop button.
The fader can be activated/deactivated by pressing the D.EFFECTS button. :
4. Fade in: In playback pause mode, press the D.EFFECTS button and begin playback by pushing the joystick ( ) towards /. Fade out: During playback, press the D.EFFECTS button and pause playback by pushing the joystick ( ) towards /.
The fader can be activated/deactivated by pressing the D.EFFECTS button.
Selecting an Effect
1. Open the FUNC. menu and select ( ) the digital effects icon. 2. Select ( ) the [EFFECT] option and press ( ). 3. Select ( ) a setting option, press ( ) and close the menu.
The symbol of the selected effect will appear on screen.
4. Press the D.EFFECTS button.
The symbol of the selected effect will turn green. The effect can be activated/deactivated by pressing the D.EFFECTS button.
Selecting an Effect in
When recording still images, only the [BLK&WHT] effect is available. Select it with the following procedure and activate it as described in step 4 above.
1. Open the FUNC. menu and select ( ) the digital effects icon. 2. Select ( ) the [BLK&WHT] option and close the menu.
will appear on screen.
Reviewing a Still Image Right after Recording
You can select to display a still image for 2, 4, 6, 8 or 10 seconds after it has been recorded.
1. Open the FUNC. menu, select ( ) the icon and press ( ). 2. Select ( ) the [CAMERA SETUP] menu and press ( ). Then, select ( ) the [REVIEW] option and press ( ). 3. Select a setting option and press ( ) to save the changes, then close the menu.
A still image is displayed as long as you hold the PHOTO button after recording. If you press the FUNC. button while you are reviewing the still image immediately after recording it, a menu appears where you have the option to protect ( 94) or erase ( 95) the image you just recorded.
Screen Displays during Still Image Recording
Remaining Card Capacity for Still Images flashing in red: No card in green: 6 or more images in yellow: 1 to 5 images in red: No more images The indication may not decrease even though a recording has been made, or may decrease by 2 images at once. All indicators are displayed in green when a memory card is played back. Card Access Display Indicates that the camcorder is writing on the memory card. Still Image Size and Quality Indicates the size and quality of the still image.
Recording Movies on a Memory Card
You can record Motion JPEG movies with the camcorder, from a tape in the camcorder or from devices connected via the DV terminal or the AV terminal. The sound of a movie recorded on a memory card will be monaural.
1. Select the movie size for recording on the card: Open the FUNC. menu and select ( ) the movie size icon. Select ( ) a setting option other than the default [MOVIE REC OFF] and close the menu. 2. Press the start/stop button to begin recording.
With SD Memory Cards up to 2 GB, you can record until CARD FULL appears (approx. 32 minutes with a 512 MB SD Memory Card). With MultiMediaCards, the recording time is limited to 10 sec. in 320 x 240 pixels or 30 sec. in 160 x 120 pixels.
3. Press the start/stop button to stop recording.
Do not turn off the camcorder, change the position of the TAPE/CARD switch, disconnect the power source, open the memory card cover or remove the memory card while the CARD access indicator is flashing. Doing so could result in data damage. When you are using an SD Memory Card, make sure that the protect switch is set to allow recording. Do not load/unload a cassette during recording. We recommend using a Canon SD Memory Card, or an SD Memory Card with a transfer rate of more than 2 MB/sec., right after initializing it with this camcorder. With memory cards not initialized with this camcorder, or when recording/erasing has been repeatedly performed, the writing speed may be lower and recording may stop. You can select the focusing point when recording a movie on the memory card. Users of Windows XP: When you plan to connect the camcorder to a computer, keep the length of one movie shorter than approx. 12 min. in 320 x 240 or 35 min. in 160 x 120.
Recording from a Tape in the Camcorder
1. Play back the tape. 2. Press the start/stop button when the scene you wish to record appears. 3. Press the start/stop button to stop recording.
You can record as movies on the memory card scenes captured from external video devices connected through the DV terminal. only: you can also use the analog to digital conversion to input video through the AV terminal. For connecting instructions, refer to pages 32 and 70.
If a cassette is loaded, make sure the tape is stopped. When recording via the AV terminal, make sure that AV DV is displayed on the screen. When recording via the DV terminal, make sure that AV DV is not displayed. Change the setting as necessary ( 76).
2. Connected device: Load a recorded cassette and play back the tape. 3. Press the start/stop button when the scene you wish to record appears. 4. Press the start/stop button to stop recording.
When recording from a tape in the camcorder or other video devices: A movie recorded from an image in widescreen mode will be vertically compressed. The data code of the movie will reflect the date and time it has been recorded on the memory card. Recording stops at blank sections or recordings in different audio mode (12bit/ 16bit).
Screen Displays during Movie Recording
Image Size Indicates the movie size. Remaining Card Capacity for Movies Indicates the remaining time in hours and minutes. At less than 1 minute, the remaining time will be displayed in 10 second-steps, at less than 10 seconds in 1 second-steps. The indication varies depending on the recording condition. The actual remaining time may be longer or shorter than indicated.
Card Access Display appears and moves to indicate that the camcorder is writing on the memory card. Movie recording time Indicates the recording time of the movie.
Selecting the Focusing Point
You can change the AF (autofocus) frame selection mode. When the program selector is set to , the focusing point will automatically be set to [ON: AiAF]. 9 Point AiAF Depending on the shooting conditions, one or more AF frames out of the 9 frames available are automatically selected and focused on. Out of the 9 frames available, the center AF frame is selected to focus. This is convenient for making sure the focus is exactly where you want it.
FOCUS PRI. ON: AiAF
1. Set the program selector to. 2. Open the FUNC. menu, select ( ) the icon and press ( ). 3. Select ( ) the [CAMERA SETUP] menu and press ( ). Then, select ( ) the [FOCUS PRI.] option and press ( ). 4. Select a setting option and press ( ) to save the changes, then close the menu.
[OFF]: Turn off the focus priority mode when you wish to record a still image as soon as you press the PHOTO button. When set to [OFF], no focusing frame appears.
Playing Back a Memory Card
You can display a single image, 6 at one time (index screen 93), or one after another (slide show 93). Use the Card Jump function to quickly locate an image without displaying them one by one ( 93).
2. If the joystick guide does not appear on screen, press ( ) to display it. 3. Push the joystick ( ) to move between images.
To play back a movie on the memory card:
4. Push the joystick (
Push the joystick ( ) towards / again to pause/resume the playback. Push the joystick ( ) towards to stop the playback. When the movie playback ends or is stopped, the first frame of the movie appears as a still image. Push the joystick ( ) towards or or press the REW on the wireless controller for 8x fast forward/fast rewind playback.
Images not recorded with this camcorder, uploaded from a computer (except the sample images 57), edited on a computer and images whose file names have been changed may not be played back correctly. Do not turn off the camcorder, change the position of the TAPE/CARD switch, disconnect the power source, open the memory card cover or remove the memory card while the CARD access indicator is flashing. Doing so could result in data damage.
1. Open the FUNC. menu and select ( 2. Press ( ) to start the slide show.
) the slide show icon.
Images and movies are played back one after another. Press ( ) again to stop the slide show.
1. Move the zoom lever toward W.
Up to 6 images appear. With movies, the index screen can only be started when the first scene is displayed as a still image.
2. Use the joystick ( images.
) to move between the
to the image you wish to view.
3. Move the zoom lever toward T.
The index screen is cancelled and the selected image is displayed.
Card Jump Function
You can locate images without displaying them one by one. The number in the upper right of the screen indicates the image number of the current image out of the total number of images.
Selecting the Print Settings
Selecting the Number of Copies
A maximum of 99 copies can be selected for one still image.
1. In the print setting menu, select ( , ) the (number of copies) icon and press ( ). 2. Select the ( ) number of copies and press ( ).
Setting the Print Style
PAPER PAPER SIZE PAPER TYPE PAGE LAYOUT (date print) (print effect) Available paper sizes vary depending on the printer model. PHOTO, FAST PHOTO, DEFAULT BORDERLESS, BORDERED, DEFAULT, 8-UP ON, OFF, DEFAULT ON, OFF, VIVID, NR, VIVID+NR, DEFAULT
The settings in the table are given as an indication. Available setting options will differ depending on the printer model. Print setting options and [DEFAULT] settings vary depending on the printer model. For details, refer to the instruction manual of your printer. [BORDERED]: The image area remains relatively unchanged from the recorded image when it is printed. [BORDERLESS]: The center portion of the recorded image is printed at an enlarged size. The images top, bottom and sides may be cropped slightly. [VIVID], [VIVID+NR] and [NR] can be selected with Canon PIXMA/SELPHY DS Printers. Canon printers: - The [PAGE LAYOUT] setting depends on the paper size selected. When [PAPER SIZE] is set to [10 x 14.8 cm], select as the layout 2-, 4-, 9- or [16UP]; when [PAPER SIZE] is set to [A4], select as the layout [4-UP]. Canon PIXMA/SELPHY DS printers: you can also print on the specially designed Photo Stickers sheets. - When selecting [8-UP], set the [PAPER SIZE] to [CREDITCARD]. Canon SELPHY CP printers: you can also print on the specially designed Photo Stickers sheets.
1. In the print setting menu, select ( , [PAPER] option and press ( ). 2. Select ( ) the paper size and press ( 3. Select ( 4. Select ( ) the paper type and press ( ) a layout option and press ( ) the ). ). ).
Select the paper size of the paper set in your printer. Select the paper type of the paper set in your printer.
Including the Date in the Print
1. In the print setting menu, select ( , ) the (date) icon and press ( ). 2. Select ( ) a date print option and press ( ).
Setting the Print Effect (Image Optimize)
This function uses the camcorders recording information to optimize the image data, yielding high quality prints.
1. In the print setting menu, select ( (print effect) icon and press ( ). 2. Select ( ) a setting and press (
Printing with Print Order Settings
You can select still images for printing and set the number of copies. These print order settings are compatible with the Digital Print Order Format (DPOF) standards and can be used for printing on DPOF compatible printers ( 97). A maximum of 998 still images can be selected.
Selecting Still Images for Printing (Print Order)
Do not connect a USB or DV cable to the camcorder while setting the print orders.
1. Select the still image you wish to print. 2. Open the FUNC. menu and select ( ) the print order icon. 3. Set ( ) the number of copies, press ( ) and close the menu.
To cancel the print order, set the number of copies to 0.
Selecting in Index Screen Display
Up to 6 images appear. Select the image you wish to print.
) the [ PRINT ORDER] option and press ( ). , ) the image you want to print and press (
appears on the image. To cancel the print order, set the number of copies to 0.
Erasing All Print Orders
PRINT ORD. ALL ERASE
1. Open the FUNC. menu, select ( ) the icon and press ( ). 2. Select ( ) the [CARD OPERATIONS] menu and press ( ). Then, select ( ) the [PRINT ORD.ALL ERASE] option and press ( ). 3. Select ( ) [YES] and press ( ) to erase all the print orders, then close the menu.
1. Connect the printer to the camcorder ( 97). 2. Open the FUNC. menu, select ( ) the icon and press ( 3. Select ( ) the [ PRINT] menu and press ( ).
The print setting menu appears. SET PRINT ORDER appears, when you connect a printer with direct print function and select [ PRINT] without having set the print order.
4. Make sure that [PRINT] is selected and press (
Printing starts. The print setting menu disappears when printing is complete. Depending on the connected printer, you can select style or paper settings before step 4. Cancel Printing/Printing Errors ( 98) Restarting Printing In mode open the FUNC. menu, select and press ( ), then select the [ PRINT] menu and press ( ). Select [RESUME] in the print setting menu and press ( ). The remaining images will be printed. Printing cannot be restarted in the following cases: - When you change the print order settings. - When you delete a still image with print order settings.
Transferring Memory Card Images to a Computer
With the supplied USB cable and Digital Video Software, you can browse and archive images or arrange still images for printout. For details, refer to the Digital Video Software instruction manual (PDF file).
Do not disconnect the USB cable, open the memory card cover, remove the memory card, change the position of the TAPE/CARD switch or turn off the camcorder and computer while data is being transferred to the computer (while the camcorders CARD access indicator is flashing). Doing so may damage the memory cards data. Operation may not work correctly depending on the software and the specifications/settings of your computer. The image files on your memory card and the image files saved on the hard disk drive of your computer are valuable, original data files. If you wish to use image files on your computer, make copies of them first, and use the copied file, retaining the original. Make sure that camcorder and computer are not connected with a DV cable before connecting the camcorder to the computer using the USB cable. Otherwise, the computer may not operate properly. We recommend powering the camcorder from a household power source while it is connected to the computer. Refer also to the computer instruction manual. Users of Windows XP and Mac OS X: Your camcorder is equipped with the standard Picture Transfer Protocol (PTP) allowing you to download still images (JPEG only) by simply connecting the camcorder to a computer via USB cable without installing the software from the DIGITAL VIDEO SOLUTION DISK.
Transferring a Still Image as Wallpaper
1. Select ( ) [ WALLPAPER] and press ( ). 2. Select ( ) the still image you wish to transfer as wallpaper and press ( ).
The selected image is transferred to the computer and displayed on the desktop. Pressing the FUNC. button brings you back to the transfer menu. When the protect switch of the SD Memory Card is activated during image transfer, the images will not be marked as already transferred, and will be transferred again when you select [ NEW IMAGES] later.
Selecting Images for Transfer (Transfer Order)
You can select images for transfer to the computer. These transfer settings are compatible with the Digital Print Order Format (DPOF) standards. A maximum of 998 images can be selected. Do not connect a USB or DV cable to the camcorder while setting the transfer orders.
1. Select the image you wish to transfer. 2. Open the FUNC. menu and select ( ) the transfer order icon. 3. Set ( ) it to [TRANS.ORDER ON], press ( ) and close the menu.
To cancel the transfer order, set it to [TRANS.ORDER OFF] again.
Up to 6 images appear.
) the [ TRANSFER ORDER] option and press ( ). , ) the image you want to transfer and press ( ).
appears on the image. To cancel the transfer order, press (
Erasing All Transfer Orders
1. Open the FUNC. menu, select ( ) the icon and press ( ). 2. Select ( ) the [CARD OPERATIONS] menu and press ( ). Then, select ( ) the [TRANS.ORD.ALL ERASE] option and press ( ). 3. Select ( ) [YES] and press ( ) to erase all the transfer orders, then close the menu.
Hiding the Displays on the LCD Screen
You can hide the displays on the LCD screen to have a clear screen for playback.
1. Open the FUNC. menu, select ( ) the icon and press ( ). 2. Select ( ) the [DISPLAY SETUP/ ] menu and press ( ). Then, select ( ) the [DISPLAYS] option and press ( ). 3. Set it to [OFF <PLAYBK>] and press ( ) to save the changes, then close the menu.
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