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Comments to date: 13. Page 1 of 1. Average Rating:
lorty 7:32pm on Sunday, October 10th, 2010 
I have used this little beauty on three storm...  EXCELLENT low-light performance, fantastic color, picture, great battery life.
Pandris 8:57pm on Tuesday, September 14th, 2010 
When I got this product I was amazed at how easy it was to use. Easy to use software supplied for pc usage quite hard
JHRainesJr 6:22pm on Tuesday, September 7th, 2010 
Disappointing for me - Advantages: Crisp video quality, Easy to operate, Lightweight, not so heavy - Disadvantages: After using for only 18 months. This review is written from a feminine, techno phobe point of view, I hope you enjoy it!
The_Game 8:12pm on Saturday, August 7th, 2010 
This is one of the better Digital Camcorders on the market. long battery life, great pic + sound, quality software lacks detail
TheJudge 4:33pm on Saturday, August 7th, 2010 
I have used this little beauty on three storm-chasing expeditions to document storms. I was very pleased with using this camera, especially since I am a novice.
harryg 8:18pm on Thursday, July 15th, 2010 
Great camcorder! Bought this camcorder to take away with us at Christmas.You really can just take this out of the box.
XRumer951 2:18am on Monday, July 12th, 2010 
We have had this camera for nearly two years and it has been very good. Reading these other reviews makes me leery of it in the future.
Mangom 7:56pm on Friday, June 11th, 2010 
Very good camcorder The image quality and sound is good and the internal microphone does good, especially in loud situations. Very good camcorder The image quality and sound is good and the internal microphone does good, especially in loud situations.
philsiarri 6:34pm on Thursday, May 20th, 2010 
small water damage from vaca. never in water! ever! compact/take anywhere size, lightweight, easy to use, $value poor still photo quality
philippe_mermoud@yahoo.fr 10:46pm on Monday, May 17th, 2010 
I searched and searched in June 2003 to find the perfect camcorder to bring us up to speed in technology, in other words.
mustang 6:55am on Monday, May 17th, 2010 
Great camcorder! Bought this camcorder to take away with us at Christmas.You really can just take this out of the box.
makkes 12:13pm on Monday, March 29th, 2010 
Great little camcorder I bought my first TVR-22 more than 4 1/2 years ago. It was used and beat-up. 4 Years and still good as new. I have had my Sony DCR-TRV22 for four years now. I have used it at least monthly and in December weekly.
jomogg 9:36pm on Tuesday, March 23rd, 2010 
Good spec camcorder with 1/4" CCD Plain appearance, too many gadgets, only 10x optical zoom amazing video poor photo quality

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BATTERY INFO

BATTERY INFO BATTERY CHARGE LEVEL 0% 50% 100%

DSPL/BATT INFO

BATTERY CHARGE LEVEL 0% 50% 100%
REC TIME AVAILABLE LCD SCREEN : 56 min VIEWFINDER : 72 min
REC TIME AVAILABLE LCD SCREEN : 70 min VIEWFINDER : 90 min

During charging

Fully charged
Notes The BATTERY INFO indicator may not be displayed in the following cases: The battery pack is not installed. Something is wrong with the battery pack. The battery is exhausted. The BATTERY INFO indicator will not appear when you press DISPLAY on the Remote Commander when the POWER switch is set to OFF (CHG). Battery Info The number displayed as Battery Info is the approximate recording time. While the remaining battery time is being calculated CALCULATING BATTERY INFO. is displayed. If you press DSPL/BATT INFO with the LCD panel closed The battery information appears on the viewfinder for about 7 seconds.
Connecting to a wall outlet
You can use your camcorder without worrying about the power shortage. Connect the AC Adaptor in the same way as you would when charging the battery pack. PRECAUTION The set is not disconnected from the AC power source (house current) as long as it is connected to the wall outlet, even if the set itself has been turned off. Notes The AC Adaptor can supply power from a wall outlet even if the battery pack is attached to your camcorder. The DC IN jack has source priority. This means that the battery pack cannot supply any power if the power cord is connected to the DC IN jack, even when the power cord is not plugged into a wall outlet.
Step 2 Setting the date and time
Set the date and time when you use your camcorder for the first time. The CLOCK SET indicator will appear each time you set the POWER switch to CAMERA or MEMORY (DCR-TRV22/TRV33 only) unless you set the date and time settings. If you do not set the date and time, --- -- ---- and --:--:-- are recorded on the tape or the Memory Stick (DCR-TRV22/TRV33 only) as the data code. If you do not use your camcorder for about 4 monthsthe date and time settings may , be released (bars may appear) because the built-in rechargeable battery installed in your camcorder will have been discharged (p. 207). In this case, charge the built-in rechargeable battery, then set the year, the month, the day, the hour and the minute.
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9)
Set the POWER switch to CAMERA or MEMORY (DCR-TRV22/TRV33 only). Press OPEN to open the LCD panel. Press FN (Function) to display PAGE1 (p. 23). Press MENU to display the menu. , then press EXEC. Press r/R to select Press r/R to select CLOCK SET, then press EXEC. Press r/R to select a desired year, then press EXEC. Set the month, day and hour with the same procedure as step 7. Press r/R to set the minute, then press EXEC by the time signal. The clock starts to move.

Recording a picture Indicators displayed during recording
Indicators are not recorded on the tape. Remaining battery time Cassette Memory This appears when using the cassette with Cassette Memory. Recording mode STBY/REC

0:00:01 60min

Time code/Tape counter Remaining tape This appears after you insert and run the cassette for a while (p. 182). FN button Press this button to display operation buttons on the LCD screen. Time The time appears about 5 seconds after the power is turned on. Date The date appears about 5 seconds after the power is turned on.

JUL 4 2003

12:05:56PM
Remaining battery time indicator during recording The remaining battery time indicator roughly indicates the continuous recording time. The indicator may not be correct, depending on the conditions in which you are recording. When you close the LCD panel and open it again, it takes about one minute for the correct remaining battery time in minutes to be displayed. Time code The time code indicates the recording or playback time, 0:00:00 (hours : minutes : seconds) in CAMERA and 0:00:00:00 (hours : minutes : seconds : frames) in VCR. You cannot rewrite only the time code later. Recording data The recording data (date/time or various settings when recorded) are not displayed during recording. However, they are recorded automatically on the tape. To display the recording data, press DATA CODE during playback. You can also use the Remote Commander for this operation (p. 40).
Recording a picture After recording
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Close the lens cap. Set the POWER switch to OFF (CHG). Close the LCD panel. Eject the cassette. Remove the power source.

Adjusting the LCD screen

90 When you adjust the LCD panel, make sure that the LCD panel is opened up to 90 degrees. When monitoring on the LCD screen You can turn the LCD panel over and move it back to your camcorder body with the LCD screen facing out.
Notes When using the LCD screen except in the mirror mode, the viewfinder automatically turns off. If you turn the LCD panel over and move it back to your camcorder body when recording or recording standby, LCD B.L. (panel brightness) is fixed to BRT NORMAL.
Recording a picture Shooting with the mirror mode

Using special effects Digital effect (DCR-TRV22/TRV33 only)
STILL You can record a still image so that it is superimposed on a moving picture. FLASH (flash motion) You can record still images successively at regular intervals. LUMI. (luminance key) You can swap the brighter area in a still image with a moving picture. TRAIL You can record a picture so that an incidental image like a trail is left. SLOW SHTR (slow shutter) You can slow down the shutter speed. The SLOW SHTR mode is good for recording dark pictures more brightly. OLD MOVIE You can add an old movie type atmosphere to pictures. Your camcorder automatically sets the 16:9WIDE mode, picture effect to SEPIA, and the appropriate shutter speed.

Still image STILL

Moving picture

Still image LUMI.

(1) Press FN and select PAGE2. (2) Press DIG EFFT. The screen to select a digital effect is displayed. (3) Press a desired mode. When you select STILL or LUMI., the still image is stored in memory. (4) Press (to decrease the effect)/+ (to increase the effect) to adjust the effect.
Items to adjust STILL FLASH LUMI. TRAIL SLOW SHTR OLD MOVIE The rate of the still image you want to superimpose on the moving picture The interval of flash motion The color scheme of the area in the still image which is to be swapped with a moving picture The vanishing time of the incidental image Shutter speed. The larger the shutter speed number, the slower the shutter speed. No adjustment is necessary.

(5) Press

OK to return to PAGE2.

DIG EFFT

OFF SLOW OLD SHTR MOVIE STILL FLASH LUMI. TRAIL OK
[a] [a] The bar appears when setting following digital effect modes: STILL, FLASH, LUMI., TRAIL.

To cancel digital effect

Press OFF on the DIG EFFT screen to return to PAGE2.

Shutter speed

Shutter speed number SLOW SHTR 1 SLOW SHTR 2 SLOW SHTR 3 SLOW SHTR 4 Shutter speed 1/30 1/15 1/8 1/4
Notes While using digital effect, you cannot use the following functions: Super NightShot Color Slow Shutter Fader PROGRAM AE does not work in the SLOW SHTR mode. The following functions do not work in the OLD MOVIE mode: Wide mode Picture effect PROGRAM AE When recording in the SLOW SHTR mode Auto focus may not be effective. Focus manually using a tripod.

Using PROGRAM AE

SPOTLIGHT* This mode prevents peoples faces, for example, from appearing excessively white when shooting subjects lit by strong light in the theater. PORTRAIT (soft portrait) This mode brings out the subject while creating a soft background for subjects such as people or flowers. SPORTS (sports lesson)* This mode minimizes shake on fast-moving subjects such as in tennis or golf. BEACH&SKI* This mode prevents peoples faces from appearing dark in strong light or reflected light, such as at a beach in midsummer or on a ski slope. SUNSETMOON (sunset & moon)** This mode allows you to maintain atmosphere when you are recording sunsets, general night views, fireworks displays and neon signs. LANDSCAPE** This mode is for when you record distant subjects such as mountains. Also it prevents your camcorder from focusing on glass or metal mesh in windows when you record a subject behind glass or a screen.

RETURN EXECUTE ENGAGE REC PAUSE V I DEO ED I T ED I T SET CONTROL ADJ TEST CUT - I N CUT -OUT I R SETUP PAUSEMODE I R TEST
0 V I DEO ED I T ED I T SET CONTROL ADJ TEST CUT - I N CUT -OUT I R SETUP PAUSEMODE I R TEST
Notes When you complete Step 3: Adjusting the synchronization of the VCR, the image to adjust the synchronization is recorded for about 50 seconds. If you start recording from the very beginning of the tape, the first few seconds of the tape may not be recorded properly. Be sure to allow about 10 seconds lead before starting the recording. When the recording unit cannot be operated properly by the i.LINK cable, leave the connection as it is, and make the A/V connecting cable settings (p. 85). Video and audio are sent by digital signals.
Dubbing only desired scenes Digital program editing (on tape) Operation 1: Making a Program
(1) Insert the cassette for playback into your camcorder, and insert the tape for recording into the VCR. (2) Press FN to display PAGE1. (3) Press MENU to display the menu. , then press EXEC (p. 185). (4) Select VIDEO EDIT in (5) Select TAPE, then press EXEC (DCR-TRV22/TRV33 only). (6) Search for the beginning of the first scene you want to insert using the video control buttons on the screen, then pause playback. You can fine-adjust one /. frame at a time with (7) Press MARK IN on the screen. The IN point of the first program is set, and the upper part of the program mark changes to light blue. (8) Search for the end of the first scene you want to insert using the video control buttons on the screen, then pause playback. You can fine-adjust one frame at /. a time with (9) Press MARK OUT on the screen. The OUT point of the first program is set, then the lower part of the program mark changes to light blue. (10) Repeat steps 6 to 9. When one program is set, the program mark changes to light blue. You can set 20 programs in maximum.
V I DEO ED I T MARK OUT START 0:08:55:06 ED I T SET UNDO TOTAL 0:00:00:00 SCENE 0
V I DEO ED I T MARK IN START 0:09:07:06 ED I T SET UNDO TOTAL 0:00:13:00 SCENE 1
V I DEO ED I T MARK IN START 0:10:01:23 ED I T SET UNDO TOTAL 0:00:47:12 SCENE 3
To finish making programs
Press END. The program is stored in memory until the tape is ejected.
Note You cannot operate recording during Digital program editing. On a blank portion of the tape You cannot set IN or OUT. If there is a blank portion between the IN point and the OUT point on the tape The total time may not be displayed correctly.
Erasing the program you have set
Erase OUT mark first, and then IN mark of the last set program.

Audio dubbing Adding an audio sound on the recorded tape
Choose a connection mentioned on page 97, and connect audio equipment or microphone to your camcorder. Then follow the procedure below. The POWER switch should be set to Operate by touching the panel.
(1) Insert the recorded tape into your camcorder. to start playing back. To pause (2) Locate the recording start point. Press at the recording start point. You can fine adjust the playing back, press /. recording start point by pressing (3) Press FN and select PAGE3. (4) Press A DUB CTRL. The A DUB CTRL screen appears.

A DUB CTRL

AUDIO REC START DUB
(5) Press AUDIO DUB. The green X indicator appears on the screen. on your camcorder and at the same time start playing back the (6) Press audio you want to record. The new sound is recorded in stereo 2 (ST2) during playback. While recording indicator appears on the screen. new sound, the red on your camcorder at the point where you want to stop recording. (7) Press
You cannot perform audio dubbing: On the tape recorded in the 16-bit mode On the tape recorded in the LP mode When the DV Interface is connected On blank portions of a tape When the write-protect tab of the cassette is set to lock To add new sound to previously recorded sections more precisely During playback, press ZERO SET MEMORY at the point where you want to stop recording new sound. Follow the procedure on page 75. Recording automatically stops at the point where ZERO SET MEMORY was pressed. We recommend that you add new sound on the tape recorded with your camcorder If you add new sound on the tape recorded with another camcorder (including other DCR-TRV19/TRV22/TRV33), the sound quality may become deteriorated.
Audio dubbing Monitoring the new recorded sound
Play back the tape on which you added audio. Press FN to display PAGE1. Press MENU to display the menu. , then press EXEC (p. 178). Select AUDIO MIX in
VCR SET H i F i SOUND AUD I O M I X A/VcDV OUT
(5) Press r/R to adjust the balance between the original sound (ST1) and the new sound (ST2), then press EXEC. About 5 minutes after you disconnect the power source or remove the battery pack, the setting of AUDIO MIX returns to the original sound (ST1) only. The default setting is original sound only.

Recording an image from tape as a still image Recording a still image from other equipment
You can use either A/V connecting cable or i.LINK cable. See page 93 for the connection. When connecting with the A/V connecting cable, set DISPLAY in to LCD in the menu settings. (The default setting is LCD.) The POWER switch should be set to Operate by touching the panel.
(1) Play back the recorded tape on the VCR, or turn the TV on to see a desired program. (2) At the point where you want to record, follow steps 2 and 3 on page 118.
Note If the tape is in poor condition due to being used repeatedly for dubbing and so on, your camcorder may not be able to record the image, or the recorded image may appear jagged.
Superimposing a still image in Memory Stick on an image MEMORY MIX
You can superimpose a still image you have recorded on the Memory Stick on top of the moving picture you are recording. (You cannot superimpose a still image on an image which has already been recorded.) You can record superimposed images on the tape or the Memory Stick. (However, you can record only superimposed still images on the Memory Stick.) M. CHROM (Memory Chromakey) You can swap only the blue area of a still image such as an illustration or a frame with a moving picture. M. LUMI (Memory Luminancekey) You can swap the brighter area of a still image (such as a handwritten illustration or a title) with a moving picture. To use this function, we recommend recording a title on the Memory Stick before a trip or event. C. CHROM (Camera Chromakey) You can superimpose a moving picture on top of a still image such as an image which can be used as background. Shoot the subject against a blue background. Only the blue area of the moving picture will be swapped with a still image. M. OVERLAP (Memory Overlap) You can make a moving picture you are recording with your camcorder fade in on top of a still image recorded on the Memory Stick. You can use Memory Overlap only when the POWER switch is set to CAMERA.

M. CHROM

Still image

M C AM C H R OM

Blue M. LUMI Still image Moving picture

M C AM L UM I

C. CHROM Still image Moving picture

C AM M C H R OM

Blue M. OVERLAP Still image Moving picture

OV ER LAP

The Memory Stick supplied with your camcorder stores 20 images: For M. CHROM: 18 images (such as a frame) 101-0001~101-0018 For C. CHROM: 2 images (such as a background) 101-0019~101-0020 Sample images Sample images stored in the Memory Stick supplied with your camcorder are protected (p. 142). Notes You cannot use MEMORY MIX for moving pictures recorded on the Memory Stick. When the overlapping still image has a large amount of white, the thumbnail image of the picture may not be clear. When recording in the mirror mode (p. 29), the image on the LCD screen does not appear as a mirror-image. Image data modified on a computer You may not be able to play back modified images with your camcorder.

Connecting your camcorder to a computer using the USB cable (For Windows users) Installing the USB driver
Start the following operation without connecting the USB cable to the computer. Connect the USB cable according to Making the computer recognize your camcorder on page 156.
If you are using Windows 2000, log in with permission of administrators. If you are using Windows XP, log in with permission of computer administrators.
(1) Turn on a computer and allow Windows to load. If you have been using the computer, close all softwares. (2) Insert the supplied CD-ROM in the CD-ROM drive of the computer. The application software starts up. If the screen does not appear, double-click My Computer and then ImageMixer (CD-ROM Drive). (3) Select Handycam on the screen.
The title screen appears. (4) Move the cursor to USB Driver and click. This starts USB driver installation.
(5) Follow the on-screen messages to install the USB driver. (6) Remove the CD-ROM, then restart the computer and follow the on-screen messages.
Notes If you connect the USB cable before USB driver installation is complete, the USB driver will not be properly registered. Carry out installation again following the on-screen messages. The title screen is not displayed if the screen size of the computer is set to less than dots and 256 colors or less. See pages 151, 152 about the recommended computer environment.
Installing Image Transfer (DCR-TRV22/TRV33 only)
Make sure USB driver installation is complete. This function enables image data recorded on the Memory Stick to be automatically transferred (copied) to your computer. If you are using Windows 2000, log in with permission of administrators. If you are using Windows XP, log in with permission of computer administrators.
(1) Turn on your computer and allow Windows to load. If you have been using the computer, close all softwares. (2) Insert the supplied CD-ROM in the CD-ROM drive of the computer. The application software starts up. (3) Select Handycam on the screen. The title screen appears. (4) Move the cursor to Image Transfer and click.

Computer

USB port
(8) Follow the on-screen messages so that the Add Hardware Wizard recognizes that the USB drivers have been installed. Be sure to allow the installation to complete without interrupting it.
For Windows 2000 and Windows XP users If you are prompted to confirm the digital signature, select Yes (Windows 2000) or Continue Anyway (Windows XP).
(1) Insert the Memory Stick into your camcorder. (2) Connect the AC Adaptor, then set the POWER switch to. (3) Connect the (USB) jack on your camcorder to the USB port on the computer using the supplied USB cable. The USB MODE indicator appears on the LCD screen of your camcorder. The computer recognizes your camcorder, and the Add Hardware Wizard starts.
(4) Follow the on-screen messages so that the Add Hardware Wizard recognizes that the USB drivers have been installed. The Add Hardware Wizard starts twice because 2 different USB drivers are installed. Be sure to allow the installation to complete without interrupting it.
You cannot install the USB driver if the Memory Stick is not in your camcorder Be sure to insert the Memory Stick into your camcorder before installing the USB driver.
Connecting your camcorder to a computer using the USB cable (For Windows users) If you cannot install the USB driver
The USB driver has been registered incorrectly as the computer was connected to your camcorder before installation of the USB driver was complete. Follow the procedure below to correctly install the USB driver.
Step 1: Uninstall the incorrect USB driver
1 Turn on the computer and allow Windows to load. 2 Connect the AC Adaptor and set the POWER switch to 3 Connect the USB port on the computer to the (USB) jack on your camcorder using the USB cable supplied. 4 Open the computers Device Manager. Windows XP: Select Start t Control Panel t System t Hardware, and click the Device Manager button. If there is no System inside Pick a category after clicking Control Panel, click Switch to classic view instead. Windows 2000: Select My Computer t Control Panel t System t Hardware tab, and click the Device Manager button. Windows 98SE/Windows Me: Select My Computer t Control Panel t System, and click Device Manager. 5 Select and delete the underlined devices below.

Windows 98SE

Windows Me

Windows 2000 Windows XP

6 Set the POWER switch to OFF (CHG) on your camcorder, then disconnect the USB cable. 7 Restart the computer.
Step 2: Install the USB driver on the supplied CD-ROM Follow the entire procedure in Installing the USB driver on page 153.
Step1: Uninstall the incorrect USB driver
Turn on the computer and allow Windows to load. Insert the Memory Stick into your camcorder. Connect the AC Adaptor and set the POWER switch to Connect the USB port on the computer to the (USB) jack on your camcorder using the USB cable supplied. 5 Open the computers Device Manager. Windows XP: Select Start t Control Panel t System t Hardware tab and click the Device Manager button. If there is no System inside Pick a category after clicking Control Panel, click Switch to classic view instead. Windows 2000: Select My Computer t Control Panel t System t Hardware, and click the Device Manager button. Other OS: Select My Computer t Control Panel t System, and click Device Manager. 6 Select Other devices. Select the device prefixed with the ? mark and delete. Ex: (?)Sony Handycam 7 Set the POWER switch to OFF (CHG) on your camcorder, then disconnect the USB cable. 8 Restart the computer.

When connecting to a computer with the USB cable
You must install a USB driver onto a computer in order to connect your camcorder to the computers USB port. The USB driver can be found on the CD-ROM supplied, along with the application software required for viewing images.
Recommended Macintosh environment
Mac OS 8.5.1/8.6/9.0/9.1/9.2 or Mac OS X (v10.0/v10.1/v10.2) standard installation is required. However, note that the update to Mac OS 9.0/9.1 should be used for the following models. iMac with the Mac OS 8.6 standard installation and a slot loading type CD-ROM drive iBook or Power Mac G4 with the Mac OS 8.6 standard installation The USB port must be provided as standard. QuickTime 3.0 or later must be installed to play back moving pictures. Notes Operations are not guaranteed for the Macintosh environment if you connect two or more USB equipment to a single computer at the same time, or when using a hub. Some equipment may not operate depending on the type of USB equipment that is used simultaneously. Operations are not guaranteed for all the recommended computer environments mentioned above. Macintosh, iMac, iBook, Power Mac and Mac OS, QuickTime are trademarks of Apple Computer Inc. All other product names mentioned herein may be the trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies. Furthermore, TM and are not mentioned in each case in this manual.
Connecting your camcorder to a computer using the USB cable (For Macintosh users) (DCR-TRV22/TRV33 only) Installing the USB driver
Do not connect the USB cable to a computer before installation of the USB driver is complete. For Mac OS 8.5.1/8.6/9.0 users
(1) Turn on the computer and allow the Mac OS to load. If you have been using the computer, close all softwares. (2) Insert the supplied CD-ROM in the CD-ROM drive of the computer. The application software screen appears. (3) Select Handycam on the screen. The title screen appears. (4) Click the USB Driver to open the folder containing the six files related to Driver.
(5) Select the following two files, and drag and drop them into the System Folder.
Sony Camcorder USB Driver Sony Camcorder USB Shim
(6) When the message appears, click OK. The USB driver is installed on the computer. (7) Remove the CD-ROM from the computer. (8) Restart the computer.

Icon/item MANUAL SET PROGRAM AE P EFFECT FLASH MODE z ON ON To suit your specific shooting requirement (p. 62) * To add special effects like those in movies or on the TV to images (p. 58, 72) To trigger the flash (optional) regardless of the brightness of the surroundings To trigger the flash (optional) regardless of the brightness of the surroundings. The flash goes off prematurely to reduce the red-eye phenomenon. To trigger the flash (optional) automatically To trigger the flash (optional) automatically. The flash goes off prematurely to reduce the red-eye phenomenon. To make the flash (optional) level higher than normal To use the normal setting To make the flash (optional) level lower than normal To adjust the white balance (p. 52) * AUTO SHTR z ON OFF To automatically activate the electronic shutter when shooting in bright conditions Not to activate the electronic shutter even when shooting in bright conditions * * Mode Meaning POWER switch

AUTO AUTO

FLASH LVL

HIGH z NORMAL LOW

WHT BAL
Note on FLASH MODE and FLASH LVL You cannot adjust FLASH MODE and FLASH LVL if the external flash (optional) is not compatible. Note on FLASH MODE If the flash is not capable of preventing the red-eye phenomenon, you can select only ON or AUTO. Note on the electronic shutter The electronic shutter function electronically adjusts the shutter speed.

POWER switch

Icon/item CAMERA SET D ZOOM

Mode z OFF 20 120

Meaning To deactivate the digital zoom. Up to 10 zoom is carried out. To activate the digital zoom. More than 10 to 20 zoom is performed digitally (p. 32). To activate the digital zoom. More than 10 to 120 zoom is performed digitally. To not record a 16:9 wide picture To record a 16:9 wide picture (p. 53) To compensate for camera-shake To cancel SteadyShot. Natural pictures are produced when shooting a stationary subject with a tripod. Not to display 7/ + on the LCD screen To display 7/ + on the LCD screen (p. 38) To use the NightShot Light (p. 34) To cancel the NightShot Light

16:9WIDE STEADYSHOT

z OFF ON z ON OFF

EDITSEARCH N.S. LIGHT

* DCR-TRV22/TRV33 only Notes on SteadyShot SteadyShot will not correct excessive camera-shake. Attachment of a conversion lens (optional) may influence SteadyShot. If you cancel SteadyShot The (SteadyShot off) indicator appears. Your camcorder prevents excessive compensation for camera-shake. (continued on the following page)
Icon/item VCR SET HiFi SOUND z STEREO AUDIO MIX To play back the stereo tape or dual sound track tape with main and sub sound (p. 198) To play back the stereo tape with the left sound or the dual sound track tape with main sound To play back the stereo tape with the right sound or the dual sound track tape with sub sound To adjust the balance between stereo 1 and stereo 2 (p. 100) Mode Meaning POWER switch

If the gold-plated connector on the cassette is dirty or dusty, the remaining tape indicator sometimes does not appear correctly, and you may not be able to operate functions using Cassette Memory. Clean up the gold-plated connector with a cotton-wool swab, about every 10 times ejection of a cassette. [b]
About the InfoLITHIUM battery pack
This unit is compatible with the InfoLITHIUM battery pack (M series). Your camcorder operates only with the InfoLITHIUM battery pack. InfoLITHIUM M series battery packs have the mark.
What is the InfoLITHIUM battery pack?
The InfoLITHIUM battery pack is a lithium-ion battery pack that has functions for communicating information related to operating conditions between your camcorder and an optional AC adaptor/charger. The InfoLITHIUM battery pack calculates the power consumption according to the operating conditions of your camcorder, and displays the remaining battery time in minutes. With an AC adaptor/charger (optional), the remaining battery time and charging time appear.
Charging the battery pack
Be sure to charge the battery pack before you start using your camcorder. We recommend charging the battery pack in an ambient temperature of between 10C to 30C (50F to 86F) until the CHG lamp goes out. If you charge the battery outside of this temperature range, you may not be able to efficiently charge the battery pack. After charging is complete, either disconnect the cable from the DC IN jack on your camcorder or remove the battery pack.
Effective use of the battery pack
Battery pack performance decreases in 10C (50F) or below surroundings. So, the time that the battery pack can be used becomes shorter. We recommend the following to use the battery pack longer: Put the battery pack in a pocket to warm it up, and insert it in your camcorder immediately before you start taking shots. Use the large capacity battery pack (NP-FM50/FM70/QM71/QM71D/FM91/QM91/QM91D, optional). Frequently using the LCD screen or frequently operating playback, fast forward or rewind wears out the battery pack faster. We recommend using the large capacity battery pack (NP-FM50/FM70/QM71/QM71D/FM91/QM91/QM91D, optional). Be certain to set the POWER switch to OFF (CHG) when not taking shots or playing back on your camcorder. The battery pack is also consumed when your camcorder is during tape recording standby or playback pause. Have spare battery packs handy for 2 or 3 times the expected recording time, and make trial recordings before taking the actual recording. Do not expose the battery pack to water. The battery pack is not water resistant.

wa OPEN/ZEJECT

lever (p. 8)
ws Tripod receptacle Make sure that the length of the tripod screw is less than 5.5 mm (7/32 inch). Otherwise, you cannot attach the tripod securely, and the screw may damage your camcorder.

wd wf wg wh wj wk wl

wd Intelligent accessory shoe/shoe cover (p. 98) wf Lens wg Camera recording lamp (p. 25)
wh Microphone (p. 25) wj Remote sensor wk Infrared rays emitter (p. 34, 86) wl OPEN button (p. 23)
Notes on the intelligent accessory shoe The intelligent accessory shoe supplies power to optional accessories such as a video light or microphone. The intelligent accessory shoe is linked to the POWER switch, allowing you to turn the power supplied by the shoe on and off. Refer to the operating instructions of the accessory for details. The intelligent accessory shoe has a safety device for fixing the installed accessory securely. To connect an accessory, press down and push it to the end, and then tighten the screw. To remove an accessory, loosen the screw, and then press down and pull out the accessory. Note on the Carl Zeiss lens Your camcorder is equipped with a Carl Zeiss lens which can reproduce fine images. The lens for your camcorder was developed jointly by Carl Zeiss, in Germany, and Sony Corporation. It adopts the MTF* measurement system for video camera and offers a quality as the Carl Zeiss lens. * MTF stands for Modulation Transfer Function. The value number indicates the amount of light of a subject coming into the lens.

e; ea es ed ef eg

ej ek el r; ra
e; PHOTO button (p. 11, 46, 114) ea Power zoom lever (p. 32, 74, 140) es ed (USB) jack (p. 148) DV Interface (p. 81, 93, 149) The DV Interface is i.LINK compatible.
ek MIC jack (PLUG IN POWER) (red) Connect an external microphone (optional). This jack also accepts a plug-in-power microphone. el Access lamp (DCR-TRV22/TRV33 only, p. 10) r; S VIDEO jack (DCR-TRV22/TRV33 only, p. 45) S VIDEO OUT jack (DCR-TRV19 only, p. 45) ra (LANC) jack (blue)
ef AUDIO/VIDEO jack (yellow) (DCRTRV22/TRV33 only, p. 44, 81, 93, 173) AUDIO/VIDEO OUT jack (yellow) (DCR-TRV19 only, p. 44, 81) eg Grip belt (p. 8) eh NIGHTSHOT switch (p. 34) ej i (headphones) jack (green) When you use headphones, the speaker on your camcorder is silent.
Identifying parts and controls Remote Commander
The buttons that have the same name on the Remote Commander as on your camcorder function identically to the buttons on your camcorder.
1 PHOTO button (p. 11, 46, 114) 2 DISPLAY button (p. 40) 3 SEARCH MODE button (p. 76, 77, 78, 79, 80) 4./> buttons (p. 76, 77, 78, 79, 80) 5 Video control buttons (p. 39, 42)
6 Transmitter Point toward the remote sensor to control your camcorder after turning on your camcorder. 7 ZERO SET MEMORY button (p. 75) 8 START/STOP button (p. 9, 25) 9 DATA CODE button (p. 40) q; Power zoom button (p. 32)

To prepare the Remote Commander
Insert 2 size AA (R6) batteries by matching the + and on the batteries to the + and in the battery compartment.
Notes on the Remote Commander Point the remote sensor away from strong light sources such as direct sunlight or overhead lighting. Otherwise, the Remote Commander may not function properly. Your camcorder works in the Commander mode VTR 2. Commander modes 1, 2 and 3 are used to distinguish your camcorder from other Sony VCRs to avoid erroneous remote control operation. If you use another Sony VCR in the Commander mode VTR 2, we recommend changing the Commander mode or covering the sensor of the VCR with black paper.
Identifying parts and controls Operation indicators LCD screen and Viewfinder
50min STILL 16:9WIDE NEG. ART

STBY +

0:12:34 48min ZERO SET MEMORY END SEARCH
qd qf qg qh qj qk ql w; wa ws wd wf wg wh wj

AUTO 60 AWB F1.8 9dB

DV IN 16BIT 12:05:56PM
1 Cassette Memory (p. 27) 2 Remaining battery time (p. 27) 3 Zoom (p. 32)/Exposure (p. 64)/ Data file name* (p. 135) 4 Digital effect* (p. 59, 73)/MEMORY MIX* (p. 120)/Fader (p. 55) 5 16:9WIDE (p. 53) 6 Picture effect (p. 58, 72) 7 Data code (p. 40) 8 Volume (p. 39)/Date (p. 27) 9 PROGRAM AE (p. 62) 0 Back light (p. 33) qa SteadyShot off (p. 177) qs Manual focus (p. 66) qd Self-timer (p. 50, 127) qf Recording mode (p. 182) qg Camera recording lamp*** (p. 48) qh STBY/REC (p. 25)/Video control mode (p. 39)/Image size** (p. 111)/Image quality* (p. 110) qj NIGHTSHOT (p. 34)/SUPER NIGHTSHOT* (p. 34)/COLOR SLOW SHUTTER* (p. 35)
qk Warning (p. 195) ql Time code (p. 27)/Tape counter (p. 27)/ Self-diagnosis (p. 194)/Photo recording (p. 114)/Image number* (p. 135) /Playback folder* (p. 138) /Tape photo*** (p. 48) w; Remaining tape (p. 27)/Memory playback* (p. 135) wa ZERO SET MEMORY (p. 75)/Interval Recording (p. 68)/Interval Photo Recording (p. 124)/Frame recording (p. 69) ws END SEARCH (p. 37) wd A/V t DV* (p. 173)/DV IN*** (p. 94) wf Audio mode (p. 182)/Recording folder* (p. 134) wg Time (p. 27) wh Flash (p. 176) This indicator appears only when the flash (optional) is in use. wj Continuous photo recording** (p. 116)
* DCR-TRV22/TRV33 only ** DCR-TRV33 only *** DCR-TRV19 only
AC Adaptor.. 17, 21 Adjusting the viewfinder. 31 Audio dubbing. 97 AUDIO MIX. 178 AUDIO MODE.. 182 AUTO SHTR. 176 A/V connecting cable. 44, 81, 93 BACK LIGHT. 33 Battery Info.. 20 Battery pack.. 16 BEEP.. 184 BOUNCE.. 55

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