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Comments to date: 8. Page 1 of 1. Average Rating:
robert2513 3:49pm on Tuesday, August 31st, 2010 
Do not buy this camera !!! I bought this camcorder back in October 2005. Pretty disappointed with Sony I purchased this with the impression that i can burn vcd or dvd but it dosent look like.
matador 1:40am on Thursday, July 22nd, 2010 
I had used many camcorders before purchasing this Sony handycam. I normally capture video and use it mostly for special effects and video editing. I had used many camcorders before purchasing this Sony handycam. I normally capture video and use it mostly for special effects and video editing. I had used many camcorders before purchasing this Sony handycam. I normally capture video and use it mostly for special effects and video editing.
chrisp 3:36pm on Monday, July 5th, 2010 
On the TV or PC the Sony DCR-HC19 is excellent. The sound, well other than the annoying click of the Zoom slide being released.
nighthawk700 6:42pm on Thursday, May 6th, 2010 
sony minidv dcr h19e handycam This is a really neat & tidy little handycam. It fits in the palm of my hand it is so small. Pretty disappointed with Sony I purchased this with the impression that i can burn vcd or dvd but it dosent look like.
Vondruke 8:49pm on Wednesday, May 5th, 2010 
Easy to use, excellent zoom, lightweight, night-mode, digital photos, various filming option extras No DV input or memory card but who really cares. Is a little jittery. However, sony do include a spot focus function that allows you to select a certain area of the screen for the lens of focus on.
b&#417;&#768;m 3:39am on Sunday, April 11th, 2010 
Excellent product! I had to wait for mine for 4 weeks due to the popularity of this model, that the demand was mush higher than the supply.
hotelend 4:33pm on Tuesday, April 6th, 2010 
Long battery life, easy to focus. Good quality of picture & easy to download from cassette to video 0 There is a very good video camera, very portable and the image is very good. Great Zoom! Nice and compact, fits hand nicely. Touch screen great for ease of use None that I can really speak off
ilyakoul 3:24pm on Monday, March 29th, 2010 
I purchased this with the impression that i can burn vcd or dvd but it dosent look like. The software provided with this product is pathetic. Sony have been the leaders in the camcorder market for years, and the quality of their ranges has never changed. Easy to use.

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2-586-501-13 (1)
Digital Video Camera Recorder

Getting Started

Operating Guide

Recording/ 18 Playback

Using the Menu Dubbing/Editing Using a Computer Troubleshooting Additional Information 77
DCR-HC17E/HC19E/ HC21E/HC22E

2005 Sony Corporation

Read this rst
Before operating the unit, please read this manual thoroughly, and retain it for future reference.

Notes on use

Your camcorder is supplied with two kinds of operations guides.
Operating Guide (This manual) First Step Guide for using the supplied software (stored on the supplied CDROM)

WARNING

To prevent re or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain or moisture.
FOR CUSTOMERS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM
NOTICE ON THE SUPPLIED AC ADAPTOR
A moulded plug complying with BS1363 is tted to this equipment for your safety and convenience. Should the fuse in the plug supplied need to be replaced, a fuse of the same rating as the supplied one and approved by ASTA or BSI to BS1362 (i.e., marked with or mark) must be used. If the plug supplied with this equipment has a detachable fuse cover, be sure to attach the fuse cover after you change the fuse. Never use the plug without the fuse cover. If you should lose the fuse cover, please contact your nearest Sony service station.
On the types of recording media you can use in your camcorder
A mini DV cassette marked with (mini DV cassettes with Cassette Memory are incompatible) (p. 77).

On using the camcorder

Do not hold the camcorder by the following parts.

Viewnder

LCD Panel

FOR CUSTOMERS IN EUROPE

ATTENTION
The electromagnetic elds at the specic frequencies may inuence the picture and sound of this camcorder. This product has been tested and found compliant with the limits set out in the EMC Directive for using connection cables shorter than 3 meters (9.8 feet).

Battery pack

Notice
If static electricity or electromagnetism causes data transfer to discontinue midway (fail), restart the application or disconnect and connect the communication cable (USB, etc.) again.
Before connecting your camcorder to another device with a USB or i.LINK cable, be sure to insert the connector plug in the proper direction. If you insert the connector plug forcibly in the wrong direction, the terminal may be damaged, or this may cause a malfunction of your camcorder.
On the menu items, the LCD panel, viewnder, and lens
A menu item that is grayed out is not available under the current recording or playback conditions. The LCD screen and the viewnder are manufactured using extremely highprecision technology, so over 99.99% of the pixels are operational for effective use. However, there may be some tiny black points and/or bright points (white, red, blue, or green in color) that appear constantly on the LCD screen and the viewnder. These points are normal results of the manufacturing process and do not affect the recording in any way. Exposing the LCD screen, the viewnder, or the lens to direct sunlight for long periods of time may cause malfunctions. Do not aim at the sun. Doing so might cause your camcorder to malfunction. Take pictures of the sun only in low light conditions, such as at dusk.

Recording To use zoom To record in dark places (NightShot plus) To adjust the exposure for backlit subjects To adjust the focus for an off center subject (SPOT FOCUS) To x the exposure for the selected subject (Flexible spot meter) To record in mirror mode To use a tripod Playback To play back the images with added special effects Recording/Playback To check the remaining battery (Battery Info) To turn off the operation conrmation beep To initialize the settings Other part names and functions
Indicators displayed during recording/playback..24 Searching for the starting point...26
Searching for the last scene of the most recent recording (END SEARCH)....26 Searching manually (EDIT SEARCH)...26

Continued

Reviewing the most recently recorded scenes (Rec review)..26
Remote Commander (DCR-HC19E/HC21E/HC22E)..28
Searching quickly for a desired scene (Zero set memory)..28 Searching for a scene by date of recording (Date search)..29 Searching for a still image (Photo search)...29 Playing back still images in sequence (Photo scan)..29
Playing the picture on a TV...30

Using the Menu

Using the menu items..32
Operation button items...33 Menu items....38 MANUAL SET menu..40
PROGRAM AE/P EFFECT, etc.

CAMERA SET menu...42

D ZOOM/WIDE SEL/STEADYSHOT, etc.

PLAYER SET/

VCR SET menu..43

HiFi SOUND/AUDIO MIX

LCD/VF SET menu...44
LCD B.L./LCD COLOR/VF B.L., etc

TAPE SET menu...45

REC MODE/AUDIO MODE/REMAIN

SETUP MENU menu...45

CLOCK SET/USB STREAM/LANGUAGE, etc.

OTHERS menu...46

WORLD TIME/BEEP, etc.

Dubbing/Editing

Connecting to a VCR or TV...47 Dubbing to other recording devices..48 Recording pictures from a VCR (DCR-HC21E/HC22E).49 Dubbing sound to a recorded tape...50 Jacks to connect external devices...52

Using a Computer

For DCR-HC17E/HC19E/HC21E: To use an outside power source
You can operate your camcorder using the power from the wall socket by making the same connections as you do when charging the battery pack. The battery pack will not lose its charge in this case.

Playing time

Battery pack LCD panel opened LCD panel closed
NP-FP30 (supplied) NP-FP50 NP-FP70

LCD panel opened

LCD panel closed

NP-FP90

On the battery pack Before changing the battery pack, slide the POWER switch up to OFF (CHG). The CHG (charge) lamp ashes during charging, or the battery information (p. 23) will not be correctly displayed under the following conditions. The battery pack is not attached correctly. The battery pack is damaged. The battery pack is fully discharged. (For Battery Info only.) The power will not be supplied from the battery as long as the AC Adaptor is connected to the DC IN jack of your camcorder or the Handycam Station supplied with the DCR-HC22E, even when the mains lead is disconnected from the wall socket. On the charging/recording/playback time The recording and playback time will be shorter when you use your camcorder in low temperatures. The recording and playback time will be shorter depending on the conditions under which you use your camcorder. Times measured with the camcorder at 25C (77F). (10 - 30 C (50 - 86F) is recommended.) On the AC Adaptor Use the nearby wall socket when using the AC Adaptor. Disconnect the AC Adaptor from the wall socket immediately if any malfunction occurs while using your camcorder. Do not use the AC Adaptor placed in a narrow space, such as between a wall and furniture. Do not short-circuit the DC plug of the AC Adaptor or battery terminal with any metallic objects. This may cause a malfunction. PRECAUTION Even if your camcorder is turned off, AC power (mains) is still supplied to it while connected to the wall socket via the AC Adaptor.
Step 3: Turning the power on and holding your camcorder rmly
To record or play back, slide the POWER switch repeatedly to turn on the respective lamp. When using it for the rst time, the CLOCK SET screen appears (p. 16).

LENS COVER switch

3 Put your wrist through the Strap

The length of the Strap Belt is adjustable.
4 Hold the camcorder as illustrated

below.

1 Slide the LENS COVER switch to

2 Slide the POWER switch

repeatedly in the direction of the arrow to turn on the respective lamp.

To turn off the power

Slide the POWER switch up to OFF

(CHG).

Set the LENS COVER switch to CLOSE.
If the POWER switch is set to OFF (CHG), slide it down while pressing the green button. Lamps that light up
At the time of purchase, the power will be set to turn off automatically if you leave your camcorder without any operation attempted for approximately 5 minutes, to save battery power. ([A.SHUT OFF], p. 46).
CAMERA: To record on a tape. PLAY/EDIT: To play or edit pictures.
When you slide the POWER switch to turn on the CAMERA lamp, the current date and time will be displayed on the screen for about 5 seconds.
Step 4: Adjusting the LCD panel and viewnder

The LCD panel

Open the LCD panel 90 degrees to the camcorder (), then rotate it to the best angle to record or play ().

180 degrees (max.)

The viewnder
You can view images using the viewnder when you close the LCD panel to avoid wearing down the battery, etc.

90 degrees (max.)

90 degrees to the camcorder
Do not press the buttons on the LCD frame accidentally when you open or adjust the LCD panel. If you rotate the LCD panel 180 degrees to the lens side, you can close the LCD panel with the LCD screen facing out. This is convenient during playback operations. When the POWER switch is set to CAMERA, appears on the LCD screen. If you rotate the LCD panel 180 degrees to the lens side, you can see the image in the viewnder. See [LCD BRT] (p. 35) to adjust the brightness of the LCD screen.
Viewnder lens adjustment lever Move it until the picture is clear.
You can adjust the brightness of the viewnder backlight by selecting (LCD/VF SET) - [LCD B.L.] (p. 44).
Step 5: Using the touch panel
You can play back recorded pictures (p. 21), or change the settings (p. 32) using the touch panel. Place your hand on the rear side of the LCD panel to support it. Then, touch the buttons displayed on the screen.

DISP/BATT INFO

indicator that appears on the LCD screen.

1 Touch

STBY 0:00:00

SPOT FOCUS MENU

FOCUS FADER

SPOT METER END SCH

DISP GUIDE EXPO SURE

2 Touch [DISP GUIDE].

Select area for guide.

DISP GUIDE

Touch the button on the LCD screen.
Perform the same actions as explained above when you press the buttons on the LCD frame. Be careful not to press buttons on the LCD frame accidentally while using the touch panel.

HiFi SOUND/AUDIO MIX The PLAYER SET menu is for the DCRHC17E/HC19E, and the VCR SET menu is for the DCR-HC21E/HC22E. The default settings are marked with. The indicators in parentheses appear when the items are selected. See page 32 for details on selecting menu items.

Hi SOUND

You can select whether to play back audio recorded using other devices with dual sound or stereo sound. STEREO
Plays back with main and sub sound (or stereo sound).
Plays back with main sound or the left channel sound.
Plays back with sub sound or the right channel sound.
You can play back, but cannot record a dual sound track cassette on your camcorder. The setting returns to [STEREO] when you have the power source disconnected from your camcorder for more than 5 minutes.

AUDIO MIX

See page 51.

LCD/VF SET menu

LCD B.L./LCD COLOR/VF B.L., etc The default settings are marked with. The indicators in parentheses appear when the items are selected. See page 32 for details on selecting menu items.

WIDE DISP (Wide display)

You can select how a 16:9 aspect ratio picture appears in the viewnder and the LCD screen by setting [WIDE SEL] to [16:9 WIDE ( )]. LETTER BOX
Normal setting (standard type of display)
LCD B.L. (LCD back light)
You can adjust the brightness of the LCD screens backlight. BRT NORMAL

Standard brightness.

SQUEEZE
Expands the picture vertically when black bands appear at the top and bottom of the screen in 16:9 aspect ratio.

BRIGHT

Brightens the LCD screen.
When you connect your camcorder to outside power sources, [BRIGHT] is automatically selected for the setting. When you select [BRIGHT], battery life is reduced by about 10 percent during recording.

LCD COLOR

You can adjust the color on the LCD screen with /. The recorded picture will not be affected by this operation.

Dubbing to other recording devices
For DCR-HC21E/HC22E: The DV Interface of your camcorder is designed for input/output use.
You can copy the picture played back on your camcorder to other recording devices (such as VCRs).
When you connect a device via an A/V connecting cable (supplied), set [DISP OUT] to [LCD] (the default setting) (p. 46) to prevent the screen display dubbed with pictures. For DCR-HC22E: You can also connect the A/V connecting cable to the A/V OUT jack of your camcorder (p. 52), but do not connect the A/V connecting cables to both your camcorder and the Handycam Station at the same time. The image might be distorted.
1 Connect your VCR to your
camcorder as a recording device. See page 47 for details of connecting.
When using an A/V connecting cable, connect to the input jack of the other device.
2 Prepare your VCR for recording.
When dubbing to the VCR, insert a cassette for recording. When dubbing to the DVD recorder, insert a DVD for recording. If your recording device has an input selector, set it to the input mode.
3 Prepare your camcorder for
playback. Insert the recorded cassette. Slide the POWER switch down to turn on the PLAY/EDIT lamp.
4 Start the playback on your
camcorder, and record it on the VCR. Refer to the operating instructions supplied with your recording device for details.
5 When the dubbing is nished,
stop your camcorder and the VCR.
When you connect a device via an A/V connecting cable (supplied), set [DISP OUT] to [LCD] (the default setting) (p. 46) to prevent
Recording pictures from a VCR (DCR-HC21E/HC22E)
the screen display dubbed with pictures. To record the date/time and camera settings data by using the A/V connecting cable, display them on the screen (p. 36). The following cannot be output via the DV interface: Titles that are recorded on other camcorder. Indicators [P EFFECT] When connected using an i.LINK cable, the recorded picture becomes rough when a picture is paused on your camcorder while recording to a VCR.
You can record pictures from a VCR on a tape. Insert a cassette for recording in your camcorder beforehand.
camcorder. Use an i.LINK cable to connect. See page 47 for details of connecting.
The indicator appears when you connect your camcorder and other devices via an i.LINK cable.
2 Slide the POWER switch down to
turn on the PLAY/EDIT lamp.
3 Set your camcorder to recording
pause mode. Dubbing/Editing Touch [PAGE3][REC CTRL][REC PAUSE].
4 Start playing the cassette on your
VCR. The picture played on the connected device appears on the LCD screen of your camcorder.
5 Touch [REC START] at the point
you want to start recording. (stop). RET.] .

6 Touch 7 Touch [

Dubbing sound to a recorded tape
You can add sound to a tape already recorded in the 12-bit mode (p. 45) without erasing the original sound.

Internal microphone

at the point where you want to start recording the sound.

3 Touch

[PAGE3] [A DUB CTRL] [AUDIO DUB].

appears

60min A DUB CTRL 0:00:00:00
You can record audio by using the internal microphone.
You cannot record additional audio: When the tape is recorded in the 16-bit mode (p. 45). When the tape is recorded in the LP mode. When the tape is recorded on another device with a 4ch microphone (4CH MIC REC). When the tape is recorded in a TV color system other than that of your camcorder. When your camcorder is connected via an i.LINK cable. On blank sections of the tape. When the write-protect tab of the cassette is set to SAVE. When you add sound, the picture will not be output from the A/V OUT jack. Check the picture on the LCD screen or the viewnder. For DCR-HC22E: Do not connect the A/V connecting cables to both your camcorder and the Handycam Station at the same time. The sound might be distorted.

AUDIO DUB

4 Touch
(play) and start playing back the audio you want to record at the same time. appears while recording the new sound in stereo 2 (ST2) during the playback of the tape.
(stop) when you want to stop recording. To dub on other scenes, repeat step 2 to select scenes, then touch [AUDIO DUB].

6 Touch [

Recording sound
Insert a recorded cassette into your camcorder beforehand.
1 Slide the POWER switch down to

2 Touch

(play/pause) to play back the tape, then touch it again
For DCR-HC19E/HC21E/HC22E: To set the end point for audio dubbing, press ZERO SET MEMORY on the Remote Commander at the scene at which you want to stop audio dubbing during playback beforehand. After step 2 to 4, the recording stops automatically at the selected scene. You can only record additional audio over a tape recorded on your camcorder. The sound may deteriorate when you dub audio on a tape recorded on other camcorders (including
other (DCR-HC17E/HC19E/HC21E/HC22E) camcorders).
To check the recorded sound
Play back the tape on which you have
recorded audio (p. 21). [PAGE1] [MENU]. Select (PLAYER SET) for the DCRHC17E/HC19E, or (VCR SET) for the DCR-HC21E/HC22E, then touch / to select [AUDIO MIX], then touch [EXEC].
VCR SET HiFi SOUND AUDIO MIX
/ to adjust the balance between the original sound (ST1) and the sound recorded afterwards (ST2), then touch [EXEC].
The original sound (ST1) is output at the default setting. The adjusted audio balance returns to the default setting in about 5 minutes after the battery pack or other power sources have been disconnected.

If you run into any problems using your camcorder, use the following table to troubleshoot the problem. If the problem persists, remove the power source and contact your Sony dealer.
Overall operations/Easy Handycam
The power does not turn on.
The battery pack is discharged, running low, or not attached to the camcorder. Attach a charged battery pack to the camcorder. Use the AC Adaptor to connect to a wall socket (p. 9). For DCR-HC22E: Insert your camcorder into the Handycam Station correctly (p. 9).
The camcorder does not operate even when the power is set to on.
Disconnect the AC Adaptor from the wall socket or remove the battery pack, then reconnect it after about 1 minute. If the functions still do not work, press the RESET button (p. 23) using a sharp-pointed object. (If you press the RESET button, all settings including the clock setting are reset.)
You cannot turn Easy Handycam operation on.
During recording or communicating with another device via USB cable, you cannot turn Easy Handycam operation on.
Settings change during Easy Handycam operation.
During Easy Handycam operation, the settings of the functions that are not displayed on the screen return to their defaults. Previously made settings are restored when you cancel the Easy Handycam operation.
[DEMO MODE] does not start.
You cannot view the demonstration when the NIGHTSHOT PLUS switch is set to ON. Eject the cassette from your camcorder (p. 17).

The camcorder gets warm.

This is because the power has been turned on for a long time. This is not a malfunction.

Batteries/Power sources

The power abruptly turns off.
When approximately 5 minutes have elapsed while you do not operate your camcorder, the camcorder is automatically turned off (A.SHUT OFF). Change the setting of [A.SHUT OFF] (p. 46), or turn on the power again, or use the AC adapter. Charge the battery pack (p. 9).
The CHG (charge) lamp does not light while the battery pack is being charged.
Slide the POWER switch up to OFF (CHG) (p. 9). Attach the battery pack to the camcorder correctly (p. 9). No power is supplied from the wall socket. (p. 9). For DCR-HC22E: Insert your camcorder into the Handycam Station correctly (p. 9). The battery charge is completed (p. 9).

About storage of the battery pack
If the battery pack is not used for a long time, fully charge the battery pack and use it up on your camcorder once a year to maintain proper function. To store the battery pack, remove it from your camcorder and put it in a dry, cool place. To discharge the battery pack on your camcorder completely, set [A.SHUT OFF] to [NEVER] on the (OTHERS) menu and leave your camcorder in tape recording standby

About i.LINK

The DV Interface on this unit is an i.LINKcompliant DV Interface. This section describes the i.LINK standard and its features. The baud rate is listed under Specications in the operating instructions of each piece of equipment. It is also indicated near the i.LINK interface on some devices. The maximum baud rate for a device that does not have any indication (such as this unit) is S100. The baud rate may differ from the indicated value when the unit is connected to a device with a different maximum baud rate.

* What is Mbps?

What is i.LINK?
i.LINK is a digital serial interface for transferring digital video, digital audio, and other data to other i.LINK-compatible devices. You can also control other devices using the i.LINK. i.LINK-compatible devices can be connected using an i.LINK cable. Possible applications are operations and data transactions with various digital AV devices. When two or more i.LINK-compatible devices are connected to this unit in a daisy chain, operations and data transactions are possible with not only the device that this unit is connected to but also with other devices via the directly connected device. Note, however, that the method of operation sometimes varies according to the characteristics and specications of the device to be connected. Also, operations and data transactions may not be possible on some connected devices.
Normally, only one device can be connected
Mbps stands for megabits per second, or the amount of data that can be sent or received in one second. For example, a baud rate of 100 Mbps means that 100 megabits of data can be sent in one second.
To use i.LINK functions on this unit
For details on how to dub when this unit is connected to other video devices having a DV Interface, see page 48. This unit can also be connected to other i.LINK (DV Interface) compatible devices made by Sony (e.g. a VAIO series personal computer) as well as to video devices. Before connecting this unit to your computer, make sure that application software supported by this unit is already installed on your computer. Some i.LINK compatible video devices, such as Digital Televisions, DVD MICROMV or HDV recorders/players are not compatible with DV devices. Before connecting to other devices, be sure to conrm whether the device is compatible with a DV device or not. For details on precautions and compatible application software, refer also to the operating instructions for the device to be connected.

long time

Occasionally turn it on and let it run such as by playing back tapes for about 3 minutes. Use up the battery pack completely before storing it.

Moisture condensation

If your camcorder is brought directly from a cold place to a warm place, moisture may condense inside your camcorder, on the surface of the tape, or on the lens. In this state, the tape may stick to the head drum and be damaged or your camcorder may not operate correctly. If there is moisture inside your camcorder, [ Moisture condensation. Eject the cassette.] or [ Moisture condensation. Turn off for 1H.] appears. The indicator will not appear when the moisture condenses on the lens.
If moisture condensation has occurred
None of the functions except cassette ejection will work. Eject the cassette, turn off your camcorder, and leave it for about one hour with the cassette lid open. Your camcorder can be used again if or does not appear when the power is turned on again. If moisture starts to condense, your camcorder sometimes cannot detect condensation. If this happens, the cassette is sometimes not ejected for 10 seconds after the cassette lid is opened. This is not a malfunction. Do not close the cassette lid until the cassette is ejected.
Note on moisture condensation
service facility to have the video head replaced.
Moisture may condense when you bring your camcorder from a cold place into a warm place (or vice versa) or when you use your camcorder in a humid place as shown below.
When you bring your camcorder from a ski slope into a place warmed up by a heating device. When you bring your camcorder from an air conditioned car or room into a hot place outside. When you use your camcorder after a squall or a shower. When you use your camcorder in a hot and humid place.

LCD screen

Do not exert excessive pressure on the LCD screen, as it may cause damage. If your camcorder is used in a cold place, a residual image may appear on the LCD screen. This is not a malfunction. While using your camcorder, the back of the LCD screen may heat up. This is not a malfunction.

Objects unable to be seen due to the dark can be shot with infrared lighting. Supplied accessories
Handycam Station DCRA-C122 (DCRHC22E)
Audio/Video output 10-pin connector Video signal: 1 Vp-p, 75 (ohms), unbalanced Luminance signal: 1 Vp-p, 75 (ohms), unbalanced Chrominance signal: 0.3 Vp-p, 75 (ohms), unbalanced Audio signal: 327 mV (at output impedance more than 47 k (kilohms)), Output impedance with less than 2.2 k (kilohms) USB jack mini-B DV input /output 4-pin connector
Design and specications are subject to change without notice.

Types of differences

DCR-HC 17E OUT DV Interface Remote sensor Handycam Station DCR-HC 21E IN/OUT DV Interface Remote sensor Handycam Station

Provided Not provided

IN/OUT

AC Adaptor AC-L25A/L25B

Power requirements Current consumption Power consumption Output voltage Operating temperature Storage temperature Dimensions (approx.) Mass (approx.)
AC 100 - 240 V, 50/60 Hz 0.35 - 0.18 A 18W DC8.4V*2 0C to 40C (32F to 104F) -20C to + 60C (-4F to + 140F) 100 mm (2 1/1/in.) (w/h/d) excluding the projecting parts 190 g (6.7 oz) excluding the mains lead
See the label on the AC Adaptor for other specications.
Rechargeable battery pack (NP-FP30)
Maximum output voltage Output voltage Capacity Dimensions (approx.) Mass (approx.) Operating temperature Type DC8.4V DC7.2V 3.6 Wh (500 mAh) 31.8 18.5 45.0 mm (1 5/16 3/13/16 in) (w/h/d) 40 g (1.5 oz) 0C to 40C (32F to 104F) Lithium ion

Numeric

21-pin adaptor.. 30 Pre-installed rechargeable battery. 83 Charging time.. 11 CHG (charge) lamp. 10 CLOCK SET. 16 COMMANDER. 46 Computer.. 55 Connect Computer.. 53 TV.. 30, 47 Fixing the exposure. 22 FLASH LVL (Flash level). 41 FLASH MODE.. 41 FN (Function) button.. 24, 32 FOCUS.. 33, 67 Frame-by-frame playback. 36 Full charge.. 10
A/V connecting cable.. 30, 47, 52 Accessory shoe. 52 AC Adaptor.. 8 AUDIO MIX. 50 AUDIO MODE.. 45 AUTO SHTR (Auto shutter).. 41 A DUB CTRL (Audio dubbing). 37 A.SHUT OFF (Auto shut off ). 46
Getting started. 8, 55, 59
DATA CODE.. 36 Date search.. 29 DATE/TIME.. 36 DC IN jack.. 9 DC plug.. 9 DEMO MODE. 45 Display indicators. 24 DISP/BATT INFO button.. 15, 23 DISP GUIDE (Display Guide).. 15 DISP OUT (Display output). 46 Double speed playback. 36 Dubbing.. 48 DV Interface. 47, 52, 60 D ZOOM (Digital zoom).. 42
Handycam Station. 9 Hand pad.. 84 Help.. 54 Hi SOUND.. 43 Holding the camcorder. 13
BACK LIGHT. 22, 67 Battery Battery Info. 23 Battery pack.. 9 Remaining battery. 23 BEACH&SKI.. 40 BEEP. 46 BLACK FADER. 34 BURN DVD.. 36 BURN VCD.. 36 B&W. 40

Icon. See Display indicators INDOOR.. 35 InfoLITHIUM battery pack.. 78 Infrared port.. 22 Initialize (Reset). 23 Install. 55 Insulation sheet.. 28 Internal microphone. 23 i.LINK.. 80
CALIBRATION (Calibration).. 82 CAMERA SET menu.. 42 CAM DATA.. 36 Cassette. 17, 77 Insert/Eject.. 17 CD-ROM.. 53 Charging the battery.. 9 Battery pack.. 9
EASY button. 18 Easy Handycam. 18 EDITSEARCH.. 26, 42 END SCH (END SEARCH). 26 EXPOSURE. 34, 69

Jack.. 52

Label. 78 LANC jack.. 52 LANDSCAPE.. 40 LANGUAGE. 45 LCD/VF SET menu. 44 Continued
FADER.. 34 First Step Guide. 53, 59
LCD B.L. (LCD back light). 44 LCD BRT (LCD bright). 35 LCD COLOR.. 44 LCD panel.. 14 LCD B.L. (LCD back light).. 44 LCD BRT (LCD bright).. 35 LCD COLOR. 44 LCD screen. 15 LCD screen back light. 14, 35 LENS COVER. 20 Lid.. 17 Lithium battery. 83 LP (Long Play). 45
Movie REC MODE (Recording mode). 45
POWER switch.. 13 PROGRAM AE. 40, 69 PUSH button. 10 P EFFECT (Picture effect). 40
NEG.ART.. 40 NightShot plus. 22 NIGHTSHOT PLUS switch... 22 N.S.LIGHT (NightShot Light)... 42 NTSC.. 68, 77
Rechargeable battery. 83 Recording.. 20 Recording capacity. 24, 45 Recording time. 11 REC CTRL (Recording control). 49 REC LAMP (Recording lamp).. 46 REC MODE (Recording mode). 45 Rec review.. 26 REC START/STOP. 20 REMAIN.. 45 Remaining battery.. 24, 79 Remote Commander. 28 Remote sensor.. 23 RESET button.. 23 Reversal Playback. 36
ONE PUSH. 35 OPEN/EJECT lever. 17 Operation button. 32 Operation conrmation beep..See BEEP OTHERS menu.. 46 OUTDOOR. 35
Macintosh.. 54, 58 Mains lead. 8, 10 Maintenance.. 81 Main sound.. 43 MANUAL SET menu.. 40 Menu. 32 CAMERA SET menu. 42 LCD/VF SET menu. 44 MANUAL SET menu. 40 Menu items. 38 OTHERS menu. 46 PLAYER SET menu.. 43 SETUP MENU menu. 45 TAPE SET menu. 45 Using the menu. 32 VCR SET menu. 43 Mirror mode.. 22 Moisture condensation. 81 MONOTONE FADER. 34 MOSAIC.. 41 MOSAIC FADER. 34
PAL.. 77 PASTEL. 41 PHOTO button. 20 Photo scan.. 29 Photo search.. 29 Picture Package.. 55 Picture Search.. 21 Pixela user support center. 59 Playback. 21 Double speed. 36 Frame.. 36 Reverse.. 36 Slow.. 36 PLAYER SET menu. 43 Playing time.. 11 PORTRAIT (Soft portrait). 40
Searching for the starting point.. 26 Self-diagnosis display.. 74 SELF TIMER.. 35 SEPIA.. 40 Setting the date and time. 16 SETUP MENU menu. 45 Shoulder Strap.. 84 Skip Scan.. 21 Slow Playback.. 36 Software. 55 SOLARIZE. 41 SP (Standard Play).. 45 Speaker.. 23

Specications.. 85 SPORTS (Sports lesson). 40 SPOTLIGHT. 40 SPOT FOCUS. 33, 69 SPOT METER (Flexible spot meter). 33, 69 Starting point. 26 STEADYSHOT. 42, 67 STEREO.. 43 Strap Belt.. 84 Sub sound.. 43 SUNSETMOON. 40 System requirement. 54
Viewnder.. 14 Brightness. 44 Viewnder lens adjustment lever.. 14 Volume.. 21 V SPD PLAY (Various speed playback).. 36
Wall socket.. 9 Warning indicators.. 74 Warning messages. 74 WHITE FADER. 34 WHT BAL (White balance). 34, 69 Wide angle.. 22 WIDE DISP (Wide display).. 44 WIDE SEL (Wide select). 42 Windows. 54, 55 WORLD TIME.. 46 Wrist strap.. 84 Write-protect tab. 77
Tape.. See Cassette Tape counter.. 24 Tape photo recording. 20 TAPE SET menu. 45 Telephoto.. 22 Time code.. 24 Touch panel. 15 Trademark.. 90 Transmitter.. 28 Tripod.. 23 TV.. 30, 47 TV color systems.. 77
Zero set memory. 28 ZERO SET MEMORY button.. 28 Zoom. 22 Zoom lever.. 22
USB jack.. 52 USB STREAM.. 45 USB Streaming.. 45 Using abroad. 77
VCR SET menu. 43 VF B.L. (Viewnder brightness). 44 Video head.. 82 Video operation buttons... 21

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Note: This is for information only. It is your own responsibility to ensure your equipment is compatible. PAL Cameras SONY SONY SONY SONY SONY SONY SONY SONY SONY SONY SONY SONY SONY SONY SONY SONY SONY SONY SONY SONY SONY SONY SONY (NTSC Cameras below)
DCR-HC19E Mini-DV 1CCD S-AV out DCR-HC22E Mini-DV 1CCD S-AV out DCR-HC32E Mini-DV 1CCD DV+AV in/out DCR-HC39E Mini-DV 1CCD DV+AV out DCR-HC42E Mini-DV 1CCD DV+AV in/out DCR-HC90E Mini-DV 1CCD DV+AV in/out DCR-PC1000E Mini-DV 1CCD DV+AV in/out DCR-PC53E Mini-DV 1CCD DV+S-AV out DCR-PC55E Mini-DV 1CCD DV+AV in/out DCR-VX2100E Mini-DV 3CCD DV+AV in/out HDR-FX1E HDV 3CCD DV+AV in/out DSR-PD170P DVCAM 3CCD DV+AV in/out HDR-HC1E HDV 3CCD DV+AV in/out DCR-DVD202E DVD 1CCD S-AV out DCR-DVD203E DVD 1CCD USB 2.0, S-AV in/out DCR-DVD403E DVD 1CCD USB 2.0, S-AV in/out DCR-DVD653E DVD 1CCD USB 2.0, S-AV in/out DCR-DVD7E DVD 1CCD USB 2.0, S-AV in/out DCR-DVD92E DVD 1CCD S-AV out DCR-TRV270E Digital-8 1CCD DV+AV out DCR-TRV285E Digital-8 1CCD DV+AV out DCR-TRV480E Digital-8 1CCD DV+AV in/out DCR-IP1E MICROMV 1CCD MV+S-AV in/out
CANON MV700 Mini-DV 1CCD DV+AV out MV700i Mini-DV 1CCD DV in/out, AV out* MV730i Mini-DV 1CCD Full DV+AV in/out MV750i Mini-DV 1CCD Full DV+AV in/out MV800 Mini-DV 1CCD DV+AV out only MV830 Mini-DV 1CCD DV+AV out only MV830i Mini-DV 1CCD Full DV+AV in/out MV850i Mini-DV 1CCD Full DV+AV in/out MV880X Mini-DV 1CCD DV out, AV in/out MVX200 Mini-DV 1CCD DV+AV out only MVX200i Mini-DV 1CCD Full DV+AV in/out MVX250i Mini-DV 1CCD Full DV+AV in/out MVX300 Mini-DV 1CCD DV+AV out only MVX330i Mini-DV 1CCD Full DV+AV in/out MVX350i Mini-DV 1CCD Full DV+AV in/out MVX20i Mini-DV 1CCD Full DV+AV in/out MVX25i Mini-DV 1CCD Full DV+AV in/out MVX30i Mini-DV 1CCD Full DV+AV in/out MVX35i Mini-DV 1CCD Full DV+AV in/out MVX40 Mini-DV 1CCD DV+AV out only

MVX40i Mini-DV 1CCD Full DV+AV in/out MVX45i Mini-DV 1CCD Full DV+AV in/out MVX3i Mini-DV 1CCD Full DV+AV in/out DM-XM2 Mini-DV 3CCD Full DV+AV in/out DM-XL2 Mini-DV 3CCD Full DV+AV in/out JVC GZ-MC100 MicroDrive 1CCD USB 2.0, AV out GZ-MC200 MicroDrive 1CCD USB 2.0, AV out GZ-MC500 MicroDrive 3CCD USB 2.0, AV out GZ-MG20 HDD 1CCD USB 2.0, AV out GZ-MG30 HDD 1CCD USB 2.0, AV out GZ-MG50 HDD 1CCD USB 2.0, AV out GZ-MG70 HDD 1CCD USB 2.0, AV out GR-D23 Mini-DV 1CCD DV+AV out only GR-D53 Mini-DV 1CCD DV in/out, AV out GR-D73 Mini-DV 1CCD Full DV+AV in/out GR-D93 Mini-DV 1CCD Full DV+AV in/out GR-D230 Mini-DV 1CCD DV+AV in/out GR-DX28 Mini-DV 1CCD DV+AV out only GR-DX57 Mini-DV 1CCD Full DV+AV in/out GR-DX97 Mini-DV 1CCD DV+AV out only GR-D240 Mini-DV 1CCD DV+AV out only GR-D290 Mini-DV 1CCD DV in/out, AV out GR-DF420 Mini-DV 1CCD DV+AV out only GR-DF470 Mini-DV 1CCD Full DV+AV in/out GR-DZ7 Mini-DV 1CCD Full DV+AV in/out GR-PD1 Mini-DV 1CCD Full DV+AV in/out GR-X5 Mini-DV 3CCD Full DV+AV in/out PANASONIC VD-RM55B DVD 1CCD USB 2.0, AV in/out VD-RM75B DVD 1CCD USB 2.0, AV in/out NV-GS17B Mini-DV 1CCD DV+AV out only NV-GS21B Mini-DV 1CCD DV+AV out only NV-GS35B Mini-DV 1CCD DV+AV out only NV-GS75B Mini-DV 3CCD DV+AV out only NV-GS150B Mini-DV 3CCD DV+AV out only NV-GS200B Mini-DV 3CCD Full DV+AV in/out NV-GS250B Mini-DV 3CCD Full DV+AV in/out NV-GS400B Mini-DV 3CCD Full DV+AV in/out SDR-S100 SD Video 3CCD USB 2.0, AV out

SAMSUNG VP-D6550 Mini-DV 1CCD DV+AV out only VP-D351 Mini-DV 1CCD DV+AV out only VP-D353 Mini-DV 1CCD DV+AV out only VP-D323 Mini-DV 1CCD USB 2.0, AV out VP-D325i Mini-DV 1CCD DV in/out, AV out VP-M105 SolidState 1CCD USB 2.0 VP-M110 SolidState 1CCD USB 2.0, AV in/out VP-X110 SolidState 1CCD USB 2.0, AV in/out VP-D230 Mini-DV 1CCD DV+AV out only VP-D270i Mini-DV 1CCD DV in/out, AV out
HITACHI DZ-MV550E DVD 1CCD USB 2.0, AV out DZ-MV580E DVD 1CCD USB 2.0, AV out DZ-MV730E DVD 1CCD USB 2.0, AV out DZ-MV750E DVD 1CCD USB 2.0, AV out DZ-MV780E DVD 1CCD USB 2.0, AV out DZ-GX20E DVD 1CCD USB 2.0, AV out SANYO Xacti VPC-C1E SolidState 1CCD USB 2.0, AV out Xacti VPC-C4E SolidState 1CCD USB 2.0, S-AV out Xacti VPC-C5E SolidState 1CCD USB 2.0, AV out
Note: This is for information only. It is your own responsibility to ensure your equipment is compatible. NTSC Cameras Manufacturer Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Model Elura Elura 2 Elura 2 MC Elura 10 Elura 20 MC Elura 40 MC Elura 50 MC * Elura 60 Elura 65 Elura 70 Elura 80 Elura 85 Elura 90 ES75 ES8400 ES8600 GL1 GL2 Optura Optura 10 MC Optura 20 MC Optura 30 Optura 40 Optura 50 Optura 60 Optura 100 MC Optura 200 MC Optura 300 Optura 400 Optura 500 Optura PI Optura Xi Ultura Vistura XL1 XL2 AV Input Yes - docking Yes - docking Yes - docking Yes - docking Yes - docking Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes unit unit unit unit unit
LANC Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No No No
Yes Yes Yes No No No No No No Yes Yes No No No Yes No Yes Yes No Yes
Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Hitachi Hitachi Hitachi Hitachi Hitachi Hitachi Hitachi JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes No Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony
DCR-TRV16 DCR-TRV17 DCR-TRV18 DCR-TRV19 DCR-TRV20 DCR-TRV22 ** DCR-TRV25 * DCR-TRV27 * DCR-TRV30 * DCR-TRV33 * DCR-TRV38 DCR-TRV39 DCR-TRV40 DCR-TRV50 DCR-TRV70 DCR-TRV60 DCR-TRV80 DCR-TRV85 DCR-TRV103 DCR-TRV110 DCR-TRV115 DCR-TRV120 DCR-TRV130 DCR-TRV140 DCR-TRV145 DCR-TRV203 DCR-TRV210 DCR-TRV230 DCR-TRV240 DCR-TRV250 DCR-TRV260 DCR-TRV280 DCR-TRV310 DCR-TRV315 DCR-TRV320 DCR-TRV330 DCR-TRV340 * DCR-TRV350D8 * DCR-TRV355 DCR-TRV360 DCR-TRV460 DCR-TRV510 DCR-TRV530 DCR-TRV720 DCR-TRV730 DCR-TRV740 DCR-TRV820 DCR-TRV828 DCR-TRV830 DCR-TRV840 DCR-TRV900 DCR-TRV940 DCR-TRV950 DCR-VX700
Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No
Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony
DCR-VX1000 DCR-VX2000 DSR-PD100A DSR-PD150 GV-A500 GR-DV900 GV-D200 GV-D1000 VX700 HDR-FX1 VX1000 VX2000 VX2100
Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes
Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
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