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User reviews and opinions
|hrreich||7:59pm on Wednesday, October 27th, 2010|
|Many options for a digital camera overall a good investment Play back video clip from memory stick, picture is very poor|
|ogross74||10:00am on Sunday, October 3rd, 2010|
|Convert analog to digital. Great picture. Very low motor noi Heavy, power hungry, and 8mm can only store 1 hour of digita Excellent Value, Analogue 8mm support, Analogue Line In, etc Rubbish Quality 1394 cover, lens cap = fall off easily! :-)|
|iskandarbaharuddin||4:28pm on Sunday, September 26th, 2010|
|I like the Sony DCR-TRV350 Camcorder Very much. I like the Sony DCR-TRV350 Camcorder Very much.|
|goblinru||9:07am on Thursday, September 2nd, 2010|
|It is very cumbersome to operate. The on/off ... Even though the still photos are not high resolution, this does a great job at taking basic snap shots - even when playing back video!|
|darren13||3:26pm on Tuesday, August 31st, 2010|
|In almost 11/2 years that I have used my TRV 350, it has been a fun camera to use.|
|fbitobe||11:22pm on Monday, July 26th, 2010|
|Great Camera I love this camera, we have had it for years, replacing an older JVC model. It is very user friendly, other family members have it too. Decent Camera Considering this camera is my first, I think it is a decent camera. I am a high school student who loves to make short films.|
|Celecoxibbuy||9:24am on Saturday, May 15th, 2010|
|It is very cumbersome to operate. The on/off switch is awkward to use, to say the least.|
|carango||3:26pm on Friday, May 7th, 2010|
|Camcorder Purchase Review I was looking for a camcorder to transfer my old 8mm tapes to computer and then probably to some other format.|
|ssyy||5:18pm on Thursday, April 15th, 2010|
|Very inexpensive, good quality, easy to use, feels solid, easy computer connection. 8mm Tapes hard to find, cameras hard to find new.|
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RMT-Stereo or Monaural 6
1 Wireless Remote Commander (1) (p. 264) RMT-814: RMT-708: 2 AC-L15A/L15B AC Adaptor (1), Power cord (1) (p. 19) 3 NP-FM30 Rechargeable Battery Pack (1) (p. 18, 19) 4 Size AA (R6) battery for Remote Commander (2) (p. 264)
5 A/V connecting cable (1) (p. 51, 94, 95) Stereo: Monaural: 6 Shoulder strap (1) (p. 256) 7 Lens cap (1) (p. 30) 8 USB cable (1) (p. 182)
9 CD-ROM (SPVD-010 USB Driver) (1) (p. 189) 0 Memory Stick (1) (p. 240)
Quick Start Guide Recording on a tape
This chapter introduces you to the basic features to record on a tape of your camcorder. See the page in parentheses ( ) for more information.
Connecting the power cord
Use the battery pack when using your camcorder outdoors (p. 18).
Open the DC IN jack cover.
Connect the plug with its v mark facing up.
AC Adaptor (supplied)
Inserting a cassette (p. 28) 1 Slide
OPEN/ EJECT in the direction of the arrow and open the lid.
2 Push the center of the
cassette back and insert the cassette properly with the cassette window facing up.
3 Close the cassette
compartment by on the pressing cassette compartment. After the cassette compartment goes down completely, close the lid.
Recording a picture 1 Remove the lens cap.
The cap is not attached when you purchase your camcorder.
2 Set the POWER switch
to CAMERA while pressing the small green button.
3 Open the LCD
panel while pressing OPEN. The picture appears on the LCD screen.
4 Press START/STOP. Your
Viewfinder View a picture placing your eye against this part when the LCD panel is closed (p. 32). Adjust the viewfinder lens to your eyesight (p. 35). The picture in the viewfinder is black and white. camcorder starts recording. To stop recording, press START/ STOP again.
When you purchase your camcorder, the clock is not set up yet. If you want to record the date and time for a picture, set the clock before recording (p. 26).
Monitoring the playback picture on the LCD screen (p. 45) 2 Press m to rewind the tape.
3 Press N to start playback.
1 Set the POWER switch to VCR/PLAYER
while pressing the small green button.*
Note Do not pick up your camcorder by the viewfinder, the LCD panel, or the battery pack.
* Modes on the POWER switch vary depending on models (p. 16).
A ER ORY
Quick Start Guide Recording on a Memory Stick
This chapter introduces you to the basic features to record on a Memory Stick of your camcorder. See the page in parentheses ( ) for more information.
The LCD screen and the finder are manufactured using extremely high-precision 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 constantly appear on the LCD screen and the finder. These points are normal in the manufacturing process and do not affect the recording in any way. Do not let your camcorder become wet. Keep your camcorder away from rain and sea water. Letting your camcorder become wet may cause your camcorder to malfunction. Sometimes this malfunction cannot be repaired [a]. Never leave your camcorder exposed to temperatures above 60C (140F), such as in a car parked in the sun or under direct sunlight [b]. Be careful when placing the camera near a window or outdoors. Exposing the LCD screen, the finder or the lens to direct sunlight for long periods may cause malfunctions [c]. Do not directly shoot the sun. Doing so might cause your camcorder to malfunction. Take pictures of the sun in low light conditions such as dusk [d].
Step 1 Preparing the power supply
Installing the battery pack
(1) Lift up the viewfinder. (2) Slide the battery pack down until it clicks.
To remove the battery pack
(1) Lift up the viewfinder. (2) Slide the battery pack out in the direction of the arrow while pressing the BATT (battery) release lever down.
BATT (battery) release lever
If you install the large-capacity battery pack If you install the NP-FM70/QM71/QM71D/FM90/FM91/QM91/QM91D battery pack on your camcorder, extend the viewfinder.
Step 1 Preparing the power supply Charging the battery pack
Use the battery pack after charging it for your camcorder. Your camcorder operates only with the InfoLITHIUM battery pack (M series). See page 242 for details of InfoLITHIUM battery pack.
(1) Open the DC IN jack cover and connect the AC Adaptor supplied with your camcorder to the DC IN jack with the plugs v mark facing up. (2) Connect the power cord to the AC Adaptor. (3) Connect the power cord to a wall outlet. (4) Set the POWER switch to OFF (CHG). The charge lamp lights up when charging begins.
To check the state of the battery (BATTERY INFO) Open the LCD panel while pressing OPEN, then press BATT INFO. The BATTERY INFO is displayed for about seven seconds.
BATTERY INFO BATTERY 0% CHARGE 50% LEVEL 100%
The battery charge level is displayed as percentage and recordable time with the LCD screen/viewfinder. The battery charge level is displayed in 10% increments.
REC TIME AVAILABLE LCD SCREEN: 56 min VIEWFINDER: 73 min
When the battery is fully charged, the battery charge level indicator shows 100% and the charge lamp goes out.
When you set the POWER switch to OFF (CHG) Digital effect is automatically canceled. When recording in the slow shutter mode Auto focus may not be effective. Focus manually using a tripod. 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
Using the PROGRAM AE function
You can select the PROGRAM AE (Auto Exposure) mode to suit your specific shooting requirements. (SPOTLIGHT) This mode prevents peoples faces, for example, from appearing excessively white when shooting subjects lit by strong light in the theater. (PORTRAIT) This mode brings out the subject while creating a soft background for subjects such as people or flowers. (SPORTS) This mode minimizes camera 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) 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 and prevents your camcorder from focusing on glass or metal mesh in windows when you record a subject behind glass or a screen.
(1) In CAMERA or MEMORY mode, press MENU to display the menu settings.* (2) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select PROGRAM AE in , then press the dial (p. 211). (3) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select the desired mode, then press the dial.
MANUAL SET PROGRAM AE P EFFECT D EFFECT FLASH MODE AUTO SHTR RETURN
AUTO SPOTLIGHT PORTRAIT SPORTS BEACH&SKI SUNSETMOON LANDSCAPE
To cancel the PROGRAM AE function
Set PROGRAM AE to AUTO in the menu settings. Notes In the SPOTLIGHT, SPORTS and BEACH & SKI modes, you cannot take close-ups. This is because your camcorder is set to focus only on subjects in the middle to far distance. In the SUNSETMOON and LANDSCAPE modes, your camcorder is set to focus only on distant subjects. The following functions do not work in the PROGRAM AE function: Color Slow Shutter SLOW SHUTTER OLD MOVIE BOUNCE PROGRAM AE function does not work in the following cases (The indicator flashes): When using MEMORY MIX on a Memory Stick. When NIGHTSHOT is set to ON. If you are recording under a discharge tube such as a fluorescent lamp, sodium lamp or mercury lamp Flickering or changes in color may occur in the following modes. If this happens, turn the PROGRAM AE function off: PORTRAIT SPORTS Even if the PROGRAM AE function is selected You can adjust the exposure.
Adjusting the exposure manually
Be sure to align the tab with the groove when inserting.
When replacing the bulb, use only the Sony XB-3D halogen lamp (optional) to reduce the risk of fire. To prevent possible burn hazard, disconnect the power source before replacing and do not touch the bulb until the bulb becomes cool enough to handle (for about 30 minutes or more). Note To prevent the bulb from being smudged with finger prints, handle it with a dry cloth, etc. If the bulb is smudged, wipe it thoroughly.
Inserting a scene
You can insert a scene in the middle of a recorded tape by setting the start and end points. The previously recorded frames between these start and end points will be erased. Use the Remote Commander for this operation.
(1) In the standby mode, keep pressing EDITSEARCH, and release the button at the insert end point [b]. (2) Press ZERO SET MEMORY on the Remote Commander. The ZERO SET MEMORY indicator flashes and the counter resets to zero. (3) Keep pressing the 7 side of EDITSEARCH and release the button at the insert start point [a]. (4) Press START/STOP to start recording. The scene is inserted. Recording stops automatically near the counter zero point. Your camcorder returns to the standby mode. The zero set memory function is canceled.
ZERO SET MEMORY
EDITSEARCH Notes The zero set memory function does not work with tapes recorded in the Hi8 / standard 8 mm system. The picture and the sound may be distorted at the end of the inserted section when it is played back. If a tape has a blank portion between recorded portions The zero set memory function may not work correctly.
Advanced Playback Operations
Playing back a tape with picture effects
During playback, you can process a scene using the following picture effects: NEG.ART, SEPIA, B&W and SOLARIZE.
(1) In the playback or playback pause mode, press MENU to display the menu settings. , then press the dial (2) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select P EFFECT in (p. 211). (3) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select the desired picture effect mode, then press the dial. For details of each picture effect, see page 64.
PB ZOOM 2.0
[EXEC] : T t
[EXEC] : r R
To cancel Tape PB ZOOM
Press PB ZOOM.
Notes You cannot record images on a tape or on a Memory Stick on your camcorder while you are processing the image using Tape PB ZOOM. However, you can record images on a VCR using your camcorder as a player. Tape PB ZOOM does not work with tapes recorded in the Hi8 /standard 8 mm system. You cannot process externally input scenes using Tape PB ZOOM. Images in Tape PB ZOOM These images are not output through the DV jack. Tape PB ZOOM is automatically canceled when: The POWER switch is set to OFF (CHG). You stop playing back. You press MENU. You press TITLE.
Quickly locating a scene ZERO SET MEMORY
Your camcorder automatically searches for the scene having a tape counter value of 0:00:00. Use the Remote Commander for this operation. Use this function, for example, to view a desired scene later on during playback.
(1) In the playback mode, press DISPLAY when the tape counter is not displayed on the screen. (2) Press ZERO SET MEMORY at the point you want to locate later. The tape counter shows 0:00:00, then starts counting. The ZERO SET MEMORY indicator flashes on the screen. (3) Press x when you want to stop playback. (4) Press m to rewind the tape to the counters zero point. The tape stops automatically when the counter reaches approximately zero. The ZERO SET MEMORY indicator disappears, and the time code appears. (5) Press N. Playback starts from the counters zero point.
Notes The zero set memory does not work with tapes recorded in the Hi8 / standard 8 mm system. When you press ZERO SET MEMORY before rewinding the tape, the zero set memory is canceled. There may be a discrepancy of several seconds between the time code and the tape counter. If a tape has a blank portion between recorded portions The zero set memory may not work correctly. The zero set memory also in the standby mode When you insert a scene in the middle of a recorded tape, press ZERO SET MEMORY at the point you want to end the insertion. Rewind the tape to the insert start point, and start recording. Recording stops automatically at the tape counter zero point. Your camcorder returns to the standby mode.
Searching for a recording by date DATE SEARCH
Your camcorder can automatically search for the point where the recording date changes and starts playback from that point. Use the Remote Commander for this operation. Use this function to check where recording dates change or to edit the tape at each recording date.
JUL 5 2003
DEC 31 2003
(1) Set the POWER switch to VCR. (2) Press SEARCH MODE on the Remote Commander repeatedly until the DATE SEARCH indicator appears on the screen. The indicator changes as follows: DATE SEARCH y (no indicator) DATE SEARCH t PHOTO SEARCH t PHOTO SCAN t (no indicator) (3) When the current position is [b], press. to search toward [a] or press > to search toward [c]. Your camcorder automatically starts playback at the point where the date changes. Each time you press. or >, your camcorder searches for the previous or next date.
OTHERS DATA CODE BEEP COMMANDER DISPLAY VIDEO EDIT RETURN RETURN TAPE MEMORY [MENU] : END VIDEO EDIT MARK UNDO ERASE ALL START EDIT SET 0:08:55:IN VIDEO EDIT MARK UNDO ERASE ALL START EDIT SET 0:08:55:OUT TOTAL 0:00:00:00 SCENE 0 [MENU] : END TOTAL 0:00:00:00 SCENE 0 [MENU] : END
OTHERS DATA CODE BEEP COMMANDER DISPLAY VIDEO EDIT READY RETURN VIDEO EDIT MARK UNDO ERASE ALL START EDIT SET 0:08:55:IN VIDEO EDIT MARK UNDO ERASE ALL START EDIT SET 0:09:07:IN TOTAL 0:00:00:00 SCENE 0 [MENU] : END [MENU] : END TOTAL 0:00:12:00 SCENE 1 [MENU] : END
VIDEO EDIT MARK UNDO ERASE ALL START EDIT SET 0:10:01:IN TOTAL 0:00:47:12 SCENE 3 [MENU] : END
Erasing the program you have set
Erase OUT first and then IN of the last program.
(1) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select UNDO, then press the dial. (2) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select EXECUTE, then press the dial. The last set program mark flashes, then the setting is canceled.
To cancel erasing Select RETURN in step (2).
Erasing all programs
(1) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select TAPE in VIDEO EDIT, then press the dial.
Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select VIDEO EDIT, then press the dial. (2) Select ERASE ALL in the menu settings. Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select EXECUTE, then press the dial. All the program marks flash, then the settings are canceled.
To cancel erasing all programs Select RETURN in step (2). To cancel the program you have set Press MENU. The program is stored in memory until the tape is ejected. Notes Digital program editing does not work with tapes recorded in the Hi8 / standard 8 mm system. You cannot dub the title or display indicators. However, you can dub the title which has already been recorded on a tape. You cannot operate recording during Digital program editing on a tape. You cannot set IN or OUT to the following portions of the tape: A portion recorded in Hi8 /standard 8 mm system A blank portion of the tape The total time may not be displayed correctly in the following cases: The tape is recorded in the Hi8 /standard 8 mm system. There is a blank portion between IN and OUT on the tape.
Dubbing only desired scenes Digital program editing (on tapes) Operation 2: Performing the program (Dubbing a tape)
Make sure that your camcorder and VCR are connected, and that the VCR is set to recording pause. When you use an i.LINK cable, setting the VCR to recording pause is not necessary. When you use a digital video camera recorder, set its power switch to VCR/VTR.
(1) Select VIDEO EDIT in the menu settings. Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select TAPE, then press the dial. Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select VIDEO EDIT, then press the dial. (2) Select START in the menu settings. Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select EXECUTE, then press the dial. Your camcorder searches for the beginning of the first program, then starts dubbing. The program mark flashes. The SEARCH indicator appears during search, and the EDITING indicator appears during edit on the screen. The program mark changes to light blue after dubbing ends. When dubbing ends, your camcorder and the VCR automatically stop. Then the display returns to the VIDEO EDIT initial screen.
OUT S VIDEO VIDEO AUDIO/ VIDEO
If your VCR or TV is a monaural type Connect the yellow plug of the A/V connecting cable to the video output jack and the white or the red plug to the audio output jack on the VCR or the TV. When the white plug is connected, the left channel audio is output, and when the red plug is connected, the right channel audio is output. If your TV or VCR has an S video jack Pictures can be reproduced more faithfully by using an S video cable (optional). With this connection, you do not need to connect the yellow (video) plug of the A/V connecting cable. Connect an S video cable (optional) to the S video jacks of both your camcorder and the TV or VCR.
DV OUT i.LINK cable (optional) DV is marked on this side.
: Signal flow Note In the following instances, recording is discontinued or REC ERROR is displayed and image data is not saved: When recording on a tape in a poor recording state, for example, on a tape that has been repeatedly used for dubbing. / Between scenes or in the various playback modes on the tape recorded in Hi8 standard 8 mm system. When attempting to input images that are distorted due to poor radio wave reception when a TV tuner unit is in use. When the input signal is cut off. During recording on Memory Stick Do not eject the cassette tape from your camcorder. During ejecting of the tape, the sound is recorded on the Memory Stick.
Interval Photo recording
You can take photos successively at regular intervals. You can achieve an excellent recording for flowering, emergence, etc., with this function. Each recording makes each still image file.
[a]: Recording [b]: Interval time (INTERVAL) Before operation Insert a Memory Stick into your camcorder.
(1) Set the POWER switch to MEMORY. Make sure that the LOCK switch is set to the left (unlock) position. (2) Press MENU to display the menu settings. (3) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select INT.R -STL in 2 , then press the dial (p. 218). (4) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select SET, then press the dial. (5) Set INTERVAL. 1 Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select INTERVAL, then press the dial. 2 Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select the desired interval time, then press the dial. The time: 1MIN y 5MIN y 10MIN RETURN, then press the dial. 3 Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select (6) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select ON, then press the dial. (7) Press MENU to make the menu settings disappear. The INTERVAL MEM STILL indicator flashes. (8) Press PHOTO deeper to start interval photo recording. The INTERVAL MEM STILL indicator lights up.
SLIDE SHOW 21/40 101
MEM SET 2 SLIDE SHOW READY INT. R STL DELETE ALL FORMAT RETURN
MEM SET 2 SLIDE SHOW RETURN INT. R STL ALL FILES DELETE ALL FOLDER 101 FORMAT RETURN
[M PLAY] : START [MENU] : END
To cancel the slide show
Select RETURN in step (4), then press the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial.
To pause during a slide show
Press MEMORY PLAY.
To start the slide show from a particular image
Select the desired image using MEMORY +/ buttons before step (2).
To view recorded images on TV Before operation, connect your camcorder to a TV with the A/V connecting cable supplied with your camcorder (p. 51). If you change the Memory Stick during operation The slide show does not operate. If you change the Memory Stick, be sure to follow the steps again from the beginning.
Preventing accidental erasure Image protection
You can protect selected images to prevent accidental erasure. Before operation Insert a Memory Stick into your camcorder.
(1) Set the POWER switch to MEMORY or VCR. Make sure that the LOCK switch is set to the left (unlock) position. (2) Play back the image you want to protect. (3) Press MENU to display the menu settings. (4) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select PROTECT in 1 , then press the dial. (5) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select ON, then press the dial. (6) Press MENU to make the menu settings disappear. The - mark is displayed beside the data file name of the protected image.
MEM SET 1 STILL SET MOVIE SET NEW FOLDER REC FOLDER FILE NO. PRINT MARK PROTECT OFF PB FOLDER RETURN [MENU] : END
MEM SET 1 STILL SET MOVIE SET NEW FOLDER REC FOLDER FILE NO. PRINT MARK ON PROTECT PB FOLDER OFF RETURN [MENU] : END
MEM SET 1 STILL SET MOVIE SET NEW FOLDER REC FOLDER FILE NO. PRINT MARK ON PROTECT PB FOLDER RETURN [MENU] : END
To cancel image protection
Select OFF in step (5), then press the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial. The - mark disappears from the image. Note Formatting erases all information on the Memory Stick, including the protected image data. Before formatting a Memory Stick, check its contents. If the write-protect tab on the Memory Stick is set to LOCK You cannot protect images.
Deleting images DELETE
You can delete images stored in a Memory Stick. You can delete all images or only selected images.
Deleting selected images
Before operation Insert a Memory Stick into your camcorder.
(1) Set the POWER switch to MEMORY or VCR. Make sure that the LOCK switch is set to the left (unlock) position. (2) Play back the image you want to delete. (3) Press MEMORY DELETE. The message DELETE? appears on the screen. (4) Press MEMORY DELETE again. The selected image is deleted.
ON NEW FOLDER z ADD RETURN REC FOLDER FILE NO. z SERIES
RESET PRINT MARK ON z OFF PROTECT ON z OFF PB FOLDER
MEM SET 2 SLIDE SHOW RETURN z ALL FILES To cancel the slide show. To play back all images in the Memory Stick continuously (p. 174). MEMORY
FOLDER sss *1) To play back all images in the current PB folder continuously. INT.R -STL ON z OFF SET DELETE ALL z RETURN ALL FILES To activate the interval photo recording function (p. 154). To deactivate the interval photo recording function. To set INTERVAL for interval photo recording. To cancel deleting all images. To delete all unprotected images in the Memory Stick (p. 178). MEMORY MEMORY
FOLDER sss *1) To delete all unprotected images in the current PB folder. FORMAT z RETURN OK To cancel formatting. To format an inserted Memory Stick. Formatting erases all information on a Memory Stick. 1. Select FORMAT with the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial, then press the dial. 2. Select OK with the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial, then press the dial. 3. After EXECUTE appears, press the SEL/ PUSH EXEC dial. The FORMATTING indicator flashes during formatting. The COMPLETE indicator appears when formatting is finished. MEMORY
Notes on formatting Formatting erases all folders. Formatting erases all images even if they are protected. The supplied Memory Stick has been formatted at factory. Formatting the Memory Stick on your camcorder is not required.*2) Do not do any of the following while the FORMATTING indicator is displayed: Switch the POWER switch Operate buttons Eject the Memory Stick Remove the power source You cannot format the Memory Stick if the write-protect tab on the Memory Stick is set to LOCK. Format the Memory Stick when FORMAT ERROR is displayed. *1) sss stands for the folder number. *2)
Icon/item TAPE SET REC MODE
z SP LP
To record in the SP (Standard Play) mode. To increase the recording time to 1.5 *2)/2 *3) times the SP mode. To record in the 12-bit mode (two stereo sounds). To record in the 16-bit mode (one stereo sound with high quality).
VCR CAMERA VCR *4) CAMERA
AUDIO MODE *2) z 12BIT 16BIT ORC TO SET *3)
To automatically adjust the recording condition to get the best possible recording. Press START/ STOP to start adjustment. Your camcorder takes about 10 seconds to check the tape condition and then returns to the standby mode. ORC stands for Optimizing the Recording Condition. q REMAIN z AUTO To display the remaining tape bar: For about eight seconds after your camcorder is turned on and calculates the remaining amount of tape. For about eight seconds after a cassette is inserted and your camcorder calculates the remaining amount of tape. For about eight seconds after N is pressed in VCR/PLAYER mode. For about eight seconds after DISPLAY is pressed to display the screen indicators. For the period of tape rewinding, forwarding or picture search in VCR/PLAYER mode. To always display the remaining tape bar. To deactivate the frame recording. To activate the frame recording (p. 74). To activate the interval recording function (p. 72). To deactivate the interval recording function. To set INTERVAL and REC TIME for interval recording.
NORMAL OFF COMMANDER *3) z ON OFF
z LCD V-OUT/LCD
VCR/ PLAYER CAMERA MEMORY CAMERA MEMORY
*1) Modes on the POWER switch vary depending on models (p. 16). *2) *3) *4) *5)
Icon/item OTHERS VIDEO EDIT
*4) z RETURN TAPE MEMORY *5)
To cancel video editing. To make a program and perform video editing (p. 106). To make a program and perform MPEG editing (p. 156). To make a program and perform video editing (p. 106).
Note *4) If you press DISPLAY with DISPLAY set to V-OUT/LCD in the menu settings, the picture from a TV or VCR will not appear on the screen even when your camcorder is connected to outputs on the TV or VCR. (Except when your camcorder is connected with the i.LINK cable) After five minutes of removing the power source *3) The COMMANDER item returns to their default settings. When recording a close subject When REC LAMP is set to ON, the red camera recording lamp on the front of the camcorder may reflect on the subject if it is close. In this case, we recommend that you set REC LAMP to OFF. *1) Modes on the POWER switch vary depending on models (p. 16). *2) *3) *4) *5)
Types of trouble and how to correct trouble
If you run into any problem using your camcorder, use the following table to troubleshoot the problem. If the problem persists, disconnect the power source and contact your Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service facility. If C:ss:ss appears on the screen, the self-diagnosis display function has worked. See page 232.
In the recording mode
START/STOP does not operate.
The power goes off.
The image on the viewfinder screen is not clear. The SteadyShot function does not work.*3)
The autofocusing function does not work.
The x indicator flashes in the viewfinder.
Cause and/or Corrective Action The POWER switch is not set to CAMERA. c Set it to CAMERA (p. 30). The tape has run out. c Rewind the cassette or insert a new one (p. 28, 45). The write-protect tab is set to expose the red mark. c Use a new tape or slide the tab (p. 29). The tape is stuck to the drum (moisture condensation). c Remove the cassette and leave your camcorder for at least one hour to acclimatize (p. 247). While being operated in CAMERA mode, your camcorder has been in the standby mode for more than three minutes *1)/five minutes *2). c Set the POWER switch to OFF (CHG) and then to CAMERA again (p. 30). The battery pack is dead or nearly dead. c Install a charged battery pack (p. 18, 19). The viewfinder lens is not adjusted. c Adjust the viewfinder lens (p. 35). STEADYSHOT is set to OFF in the menu settings. c Set it to ON (p. 213). 16:9WIDE is set to ON in the menu settings.*1) c Set it to OFF (p. 212). 16:9WIDE is set to 16:9FULL.*2) c Set it to OFF (p. 212). The setting is the manual focus mode. c Set the autofocus mode (p. 71). Shooting conditions are not suitable for autofocus. c Adjust to focus manually (p. 71). The video heads may be dirty. c Clean the heads using the Sony V8-25CLD cleaning cassette (optional) (p. 248).
Remaining battery time indicator
If the power goes off although the remaining battery time indicator indicates that the battery pack has enough power to operate, charge the battery pack fully again so that the indication on the remaining battery time indicator is correct. Note, however, that the correct battery indication sometimes will not be restored if it is used in high temperatures for a long time or left in a fully charged state, or the battery pack is frequently used. Regard the remaining battery time indication as the approximate shooting time. The E mark indicating that there is little remaining battery time sometimes flashes depending on the operating conditions or ambient temperature and environment even if the remaining battery time is about five to 10 minutes.
How to store the battery pack
If the battery pack is not used for a long time, do the following procedure once per year to maintain proper function. 1. Fully charge the battery. 2. Discharge on your electronic equipment. 3. Remove the battery from the equipment and store it in a dry, cool place. To use the battery pack up on your camcorder, leave your camcorder in the standby mode until the power goes off without a cassette inserted.
The battery life is limited. Battery capacity drops little by little as you use it more and more, and as time passes. When the available battery time is shortened considerably, a probable cause is that the battery pack has reached the end of its life. Buy a new battery pack. The battery life varies according to how it is stored, operating conditions and environment for each battery pack.
The DV jack on this unit is an i.LINK-compliant DV jack. This section describes the i.LINK standard and its features.
What is i.LINK?
i.LINK is a digital serial interface for handling digital video, digital audio and other data in two directions between equipment having the i.LINK jack, and for controlling other equipment. i.LINK-compatible equipment can be connected by a single i.LINK cable. Possible applications are operations and data transactions with various digital AV equipment. When two or more i.LINK-compatible equipment are connected to this unit in a daisy chain, operations and data transactions are possible with not only the equipment that this unit is connected to but also with other devices via the directly connected equipment. Note, however, that the method of operation sometimes varies according to the characteristics and specifications of the equipment to be connected, and that operations and data transactions are sometimes not possible on some connected equipment. Note Normally, only one piece of equipment can be connected to this unit by the i.LINK cable. When connecting this unit to i.LINK-compatible equipment having two or more i.LINK jacks (DV jacks), refer to the operating instructions of the equipment to be connected.
About care and storage of the lens
Wipe the surface of the lens clean with a soft cloth in the following instances: When there are fingerprints on the lens surface In hot or humid locations When the lens is used in environments susceptible to salt such as the seaside Store the lens in a well-ventilated location subject to little dirt or dust. To prevent mold from occurring, periodically perform the above. We recommend turning on and operating your camcorder about once per month to keep your camcorder in an optimum state for a long time.
Rechargeable Battery Pack
Use only the specified charger or video equipment with the charging function. To prevent accidental short circuit, do not allow metal objects to come into contact with the rechargeable battery terminals. Keep the Rechargeable Battery Pack away from fire. Never expose the Rechargeable Battery Pack to temperatures above 60C (140F), such as in a car parked in the sun or under direct sunlight. Keep the Rechargeable Battery Pack in a cool, dry place. Do not expose the Rechargeable Battery Pack to any mechanical shock. Do not disassemble or modify the Rechargeable Battery Pack. Attach the Rechargeable Battery Pack to the video equipment securely. Charging while some capacity remains does not affect the original battery capacity.
Notes on dry batteries
To avoid possible damage from battery leakage or corrosion, observe the following: Be sure to insert the batteries with the + and correctly matching the + and inside the battery compartment. Dry batteries are not rechargeable. Do not use a combination of new and old batteries. Do not use different types of batteries. Current flows from batteries when you are not using them for a long time. Do not use leaking batteries. If batteries are leaking Wipe off the liquid in the battery compartment carefully before replacing the batteries. If you touch the liquid, wash it off with water. If the liquid gets into your eyes, wash your eyes with a lot of water and then consult a doctor. If any problem occurs, unplug your camcorder and contact your nearest Sony dealer.
* This button has a tactile dot. Attaching the shoulder strap Attach the shoulder strap supplied with your camcorder to the hooks for the shoulder strap.
6 BATT (battery) release lever (p. 18) 7 POWER switch (p. 30) 8 START/STOP button (p. 30) 9 Hooks for shoulder strap 0 DC IN jack (p. 19)
LIGHT BATT INFO
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COLOR SLOW S SUPER NS STOP
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qa BATT INFO (p. 20) qs SUPER NS/COLOR SLOW S button *1) (p. 39) qd LIGHT button (p. 79) qf Lens qg Microphone qh Camera recording lamp (p. 30) qj Infrared rays emitter (p. 39) qk Video control buttons *2) (p. 45, 49) x STOP (stop) m REW (rewind) N PLAY (playback) M FF (fast-forward) X PAUSE (pause)
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ql Rec buttons *2) *3) z REC (recording) w; NIGHTSHOT switch (p. 39) wa FADER button *2) (p. 61) ws BACK LIGHT button (p. 38) wd FOCUS button (p. 71) wf Remote sensor *4)
*1) *2) This button has a tactile dot. *3) *4)
wk wl e;
wg RESET button (p. 230) wh EDITSEARCH button *1) *2) (p. 43) wj MEMORY operation buttons *2) MEMORY PLAY button (p. 163) MEMORY button (p. 163) MEMORY + button (p. 163) MEMORY MIX button (p. 141) MEMORY DELETE button (p. 177) MPEG NX button (p. 166) MEMORY INDEX button (p. 165)
wk DISPLAY button (p. 47) wl MENU button *1) (p. 210) e; SEL/PUSH EXEC dial (p. 210)
Attaching the lens cap Attach the lens cap to the grip strap as illustrated.
*1) This button has a tactile dot. *2)
ea es ed
ea DATE button * (p. 42) es TIME button * (p. 42) ed COUNTER RESET button * (p. 31)
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ef Power zoom lever (p. 34) eg EXPOSURE button (p. 70) eh PB ZOOM button *1) (p. 87, 172) EASY DUB button *2) (p. 98) ej Speaker ek TITLE button (p. 75) el PHOTO button *3) (p. 53, 56, 132) r; Memory Stick slot *1) (p. 127) ra Access lamp *1) (p. 127)
rs CHG lamp (p. 19) rd END SEARCH button (p. 43, 49)
*1) *2) *3)
rf Viewfinder (p. 35) rg LOCK switch * (p. 30) rh Grip strap rj MIC (PLUG IN POWER) jack (red) * Connect an external microphone (optional). This jack also accepts a plug-in-power microphone.
With all the features packed into the DCR-TRV350, you won't believe how affordable Sony makes it to share your photos and videos with friends and family. This Digital8 Handycam camcorder includes USB streaming, a remarkable feature that allows you to turn your camcorder into a video conferencing tool or webcam simply by plugging it into the USB port of your PC. Plus, no need to worry about cables or more connections - you can take great digital still photos on a Memory Stick media to share your favorite moments with friends and family, using its Memory Stick Media slot. (Memory Stick media sold separately).
|Enclosure Color||Black, silver|
|Camcorder Sensor Resolution||460 Kpix|
|Camcorder Effective Video Resolution||290 Kpix|
|Horizontal Resolution||500 lines|
|Optical Sensor Type||CCD|
|Optical Sensor Size||1/6"|
|Min Illumination||0 lux|
|Digital Zoom||700 x|
|Recording Speed||SP, LP|
|Shooting Modes||Digital photo mode, frame movie mode|
|Shooting Programs||Spotlight, sunset & moon, landscape, portrait mode, beach & ski, sports mode|
|Special Effects||Still, Solarization, Sepia, Mosaic, Stretch, Trail, Slim, Pastel, Monotone, Old Movie, Flash Motion, Luminance Key, Negative Art, Low Shutter Speed (LSS)|
|Digital Scene Transition||Overlap fader, random, bounce fader, monotone fader, horizontal wipe, mosaic fader, black fader|
|Image Stabilizer||Electronic (Steady Shot)|
|Max Shutter Speed||1/4000 sec|
|Min Shutter Speed||1/4 sec|
|Exposure Modes||Program, automatic, manual|
|Digital Video Format||MPEG-1|
|Still Image Format||JPEG|
|Remote Control||Camera remote control - infrared|
|Video Capture||MPEG - 320 x 240 - 30 fps - web camera mode MPEG - 320 x 240 MPEG - 160 x 112|
|Memory / Storage|
|Image Storage||Standard JPEG 640 x 480|
|Type||Zoom lens - 2.5 mm - 50 mm - f/1.6-2.4|
|Focal Length||2.5 mm - 50 mm|
|Focal Length Equivalent to 35mm Camera||42 - 840mm|
|Focus Adjustment||Automatic, manual|
|Auto Focus||TTL contrast detection|
|Optical Zoom||20 x|
|Zoom Adjustment||Motorized drive|
|Filter Size||37 mm|
|Low Lux / Night Mode||Yes|
|Digital Still Camera Function||Yes|
|Search Modes||Edit search, date search, photo search, end search|
|Additional Features||Built-in speaker, backlight compensation, digital noise reduction, date/time stamp, DPOF support, analog to digital conversion with pass through|
|Viewfinder Color Support||Black & white|
|Viewfinder Diagonal Size||0.44"|
|Viewfinder Resolution||113,000 pixels|
|Type||LCD display - TFT active matrix - 2.5" - color|
|Display Form Factor||Rotating (270°)|
|Display Format||123,200 pixels|
|Type||Microphone - built-in|
|Microphone Technology||Electret condenser|
|Microphone Operation Mode||Stereo|
|Connector Type||1 x microphone 1 x composite video/audio (input/output) 1 x S-Video input / output 1 x IEEE 1394 (FireWire/i.LINK) 1 x USB 1 x Control-L (LANC) 1 x DC power input|
|Expansion Slot(s)||1 x Memory Stick|
|Software||Drivers & Utilities, PIXELA Image Mixer 1.0|
|Included Accessories||Camcorder shoulder strap, lens cap, software kit|
|Cables Included||1 x A/V cable 1 x USB cable|
|Power Device||Power adapter - external|
|Supported Battery Details||1 x Li-ion rechargeable battery - 700 mAh ( included )|
|Run Time (Up To)||105 min|
|Service & Support||1 year warranty|
|Service & Support Details||Limited warranty - 1 year|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
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