Sony DCR-TRV70 Manual
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CAMERA SET D ZOOM 16:9WIDE STEADYSHOT N. S. LIGHT
To cancel the wide mode
Set 16:9WIDE to OFF.
Notes In the wide mode, you cannot operate the following functions: Recording still images on the Memory Stick during tape recording or tape recording standby BOUNCE OLD MOVIE Progressive Recording Mode Pictures recorded in the wide mode on the tape cannot be changed to normal size. Connection for a TV Pictures recorded in the 16:9WIDE mode automatically appear on the TV screen at full size when: You connect your camcorder to a TV compatible with the video ID (ID-1/ID-2) system. You connect your camcorder to the S video jack on a TV. ID-1 system The ID-1 system sends aspect ratio information (16:9, 4:3, or letter box) with video signals. If you connect a TV compatible with the ID-1 system, the screen size is automatically selected. ID-2 system The ID-2 system sends a copyright protection signal with ID-1 signals inserted between video signals when you connect your camcorder to other equipment using the A/V connecting cable.
Using the fader function
You can fade in or out to give your recording a professional appearance.
NORM. FADER (normal)
MOSC. FADER (mosaic)
MONOTONE When fading in, the picture gradually changes from black-and-white to color. When fading out, the picture gradually changes from color to black-and-white.
You can use BOUNCE when D ZOOM in You can fade in only.
is set to OFF in the menu settings.
The POWER switch should be set to Operate by touching the panel. (1) When fading in [a].
Press FN to display PAGE1 during recording standby.
When fading out [b]
(2) (3) (4) (5)
Press FN to display PAGE1 during recording. Press FADER. The screen to select the fader mode appears. Press a desired mode. OK to return to PAGE1. Press Press EXIT to return to FN. The fader indicator you selected flashes. (6) Press START/STOP. After the fade in/out is carried out, your camcorder automatically returns to the normal mode.
OFF NORM. MOSC. BOUN FADER FADER CE MONO OVER W I PE TONE LAP DOT OK
To cancel the fade in/out
Before pressing START/STOP, press OFF on the FADER screen to return to PAGE1.
Note You cannot use the following functions while using fader. Also, you cannot use fader while using following functions: Super NightShot Color Slow Shutter Digital effect Recording with the flash Interval Recording Frame recording When you select OVERLAP, WIPE or DOT Your camcorder automatically stores the image recorded on the tape. As the image is being stored, the image on the screen disappears. While using BOUNCE, you cannot use the following functions: Zoom Picture effect PROGRAM AE Manual exposure Flexible Spot Meter Manual focus Recording still images on the Memory Stick Note on the BOUNCE mode You cannot select BOUNCE in the followings: When D ZOOM is activated in the menu settings. Wide mode Picture effect PROGRAM AE Progressive Recording Mode
Quickly locating a scene Zero set memory
Your camcorder automatically searches for a desired scene having the tape counter value of 0:00:00. Use the Remote Commander for this operation. The POWER switch should be set to.
(1) During playback, press ZERO SET MEMORY on the Remote Commander at the point you want to locate later. The tape counter shows 0:00:00, then starts counting. If the indicators do not appear, press DISPLAY. The ZERO SET MEMORY indicator flashes. (2) Press x when you want to stop playback. (3) Press m to rewind the tape to the tape counters zero point. The tape stops automatically when the tape counter reaches approximately zero. (4) Press N. Playback starts from the counters zero point.
ZERO SET MEMORY
Notes When you press ZERO SET MEMORY before rewinding the tape, the zero set memory function will be canceled. There may be a discrepancy of several seconds between the time code and the tape counter. The ZERO SET MEMORY indicator disappears when you press FN. If the tape has a blank portion between recorded portions The zero set memory function may not work correctly.
Searching the boundaries of the recorded tape by title Title search
Use a cassette with Cassette Memory for this operation. Use the Remote Commander for this operation. Before operation Set CM SEARCH in
to ON in the menu settings. (The default setting is ON.).
(1) Press SEARCH MODE on the Remote Commander until the TITLE SEARCH indicator appears. The TITLE SEARCH screen appears. The indicator changes as follows: TITLE SEARCH t DATE SEARCH t (no indicator) (2) Press. or > on the Remote Commander to select the title for playback. Your camcorder automatically starts playback of the scene having the title that you selected.
TITLE SEARCH HAPPY NEW YEAR! PRESENT GOOD MORNING WEDDING NIGHT BASEBALL
[a] Actual point you are trying to search for [b] Present point on the tape
To cancel searching
Press x on the Remote Commander.
If the tape has a blank portion between recorded portions Title search may not work correctly. To superimpose a title See page 97.
Searching a recording by date Date search
When you search for the date by using Cassette Memory, cue the tape by selecting the recording date on the screen. When you search for the date without using Cassette Memory, cue the tape to changing point of recording date. Use the Remote Commander for this operation.
Operation 1 Making a program (p. 86). Operation 2 Performing the program (Dubbing on the tape) (p. 88).
Note When editing digital video, the operation signals to the VCR cannot be sent with the LANC jack.
Step 1: Connecting to the VCR
You can connect either the A/V connecting cable or the i.LINK cable. Connect the devices as illustrated on page 78.
Dubbing only desired scenes Digital program editing (on a tape) Step 2: Setting the VCR for operation
When connecting with the A/V connecting cable, your camcorder sends the control signal by infrared rays to the remote sensor on the VCR. The POWER switch should be set to Operate by touching the panel.
Turn the power of the connected VCR on. If your VCR has an input selector, set it to the input mode. When you connect a video camera recorder, set its power switch to VCR/VTR. (2) Press FN to display PAGE1. (3) Press MENU. (4) Select VIDEO EDIT in , then press EXEC. (5) Select TAPE, then press EXEC. (6) Press EDIT SET. (7) Select CONTROL, then press EXEC. (8) When connecting with the A/V connecting cable, select IR, then press EXEC. When connecting with the i.LINK cable, select i.LINK, press EXEC, then go to Step 3: Adjusting the synchronization of the VCR on page 84. (9) Select IR SETUP, then press EXEC. (10) Select the IR SETUP code of your VCR, then press EXEC. Check the code in About the IR SETUP code (p. 83).
EXIT OTHERS DATA CODE BEEP COMMANDER D I SPL AY V I DEO ED I T RETURN TAPE MEMORY
V I DEO ED I T MARK IN START 0:32:30:14 ED I T SET UNDO TOTAL 0:00:00:00 SCENE 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 IR
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
IR i. L I NK 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
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(11) Select PAUSEMODE, then press EXEC. (12) Select the mode to cancel recording pause on the VCR, then press EXEC. The correct button depends on your VCR. Refer to the operating instructions of your VCR.
Viewing images with your computer
Viewing images with a computer Introduction
There are following ways of connecting your camcorder to a computer in order to view images saved on the Memory Stick or recorded on the tape on a computer. To view images on a computer which has a Memory Stick slot, first eject the Memory Stick from your camcorder and then insert it into your computers Memory Stick slot. Camcorder connection jack USB jack Connection cable Computer environment requirements USB port, editing software DV port, editing software USB port, editing software Reference pages For For Macintosh Windows Users Users
Tape image/live from your camcorder
USB cable (supplied)
DV Interface i.LINK cable (optional) USB jack USB cable (supplied)
Memory Stick image
When connecting to a computer with the USB port, complete installation of the USB driver before connecting your camcorder to the computer. If you connect your camcorder to the computer first, you will not be able to install the USB driver correctly. For details about the computers ports and editing software, contact the computer manufacturer.
Viewing pictures recorded on the tape
When connecting to a computer with the USB port
See page 146 for details.
Insert the plug to the end. (USB) jack USB cable (supplied) USB port
When connecting to a computer with the DV port
The computer must have a DV port and editing software installed that can process video signals.
i.LINK i.LINK cable (optional) : Signal flow
Viewing images recorded on the Memory Stick
See page 147 when using Windows and page 166 when using Macintosh.
Insert the plug to the end. (USB) jack USB port USB cable (supplied)
You can also use a Memory Stick Reader/Writer (optional).
When connecting to a computer without a USB port
Use an optional floppy disk adaptor for Memory Stick or a PC card adaptor for Memory Stick. When purchasing an accessory, check its catalog beforehand for the recommended operating environment.
Viewing images with a computer Introduction Notes on using your computer
Memory Stick operations on your camcorder cannot be assured if a Memory Stick formatted on your computer is used on your camcorder, or if the Memory Stick in your camcorder was formatted from your computer when the USB cable was connected. Do not compress the data on the Memory Stick. Compressed files cannot be played back on your camcorder.
Depending on your application software, the file size may increase when you open a still image file. When you load an image modified using retouching software from your computer to your camcorder or when you directly modify the image on your camcorder, the image format may be different and a file error indicator may appear and you may be unable to open the file.
Communications with your computer
Viewing pictures recorded on the tape on a computer USB Streaming (For Windows users) Making Video CDs Easy Video CD
This function makes it simple to create a video CD by capturing images recorded on the tape or images live from your camcorder.
Capturing images recorded on the tape onto a CD-R
(1) Follow Step 1 to 8 on page 156. (2) Press after choosing the point on the tape from which you want to capture images onto the CD-R. (3) Click
(4) Connect the (USB) jack on your camcorder to the USB port on the computer using the supplied USB cable. (5) Insert a new CD-R in the CD-R drive of the computer. (6) Click Start.
The tape is automatically played back. Easy Video CD automatically begins to capture images onto the CD-R to create a Video CD. (7) After the Video CD successfully created. message appears, click Quit.
Capturing images live from your camcorder onto a CD-R
Eject the cassette beforehand if inserted. If the cassette is inserted, your camcorder automatically turns off when it has been in recording standby for more than five minutes.
Follow Step 1 and 2 on page 156. Set the POWER switch to CAMERA on your camcorder. Follow Step 4 to 8 on page 156. Follow Step 3 to 7 in Capturing images recorded on the tape onto a CD-R on page 160.
Notes A computer equipped with a CD-R drive is required. Do not press any buttons on your camcorder while creating a video CD. If you press , images on the tape are recorded on the video CD up to the point where you have pressed and Easy Video CD quits. Once you have created a video CD, you cannot add any images onto the CD. On the Option screen, select the hard disk that has enough space (more than about 6 GB) for the Location of work folder.
Playing back a video CD
You can play back the video CD you made on a DVD player or on a computer equipped with a DVD drive. To play back a Video CD on the computer, application software that supports a Video CD needs to be installed in it. You can play back a Video CD using the Windows Media Player. However, you may not be able to play back a Video CD depending on your computer environment including Operating Systems or hardware. Menu functions of the Windows Media Player do not function.
(1) Start up the Windows Media Player. Windows XP: Select Start t All Programs t Accessories t Entertainment, and click the Windows Media Player. Other Operating Systems: Select Start t Programs t Accessories t Entertainment, and click the Windows Media Player. (2) Select My computer t CD-R, and click MPEGAV folder, then drag and drop the moving picture file sss*.DAT onto the screen of the Windows Media Player. The moving picture is played back. * The file number is displayed in the sss.
Icon/item OTHERS REC LAMP z ON OFF VIDEO EDIT z RETURN TAPE MEMORY To light up the camera recording lamp at the front of your camcorder during recording To turn the camera recording lamp off so that the person is not aware of the recording To cancel Digital program editing To make programs and perform Digital program editing on the tape on the other VCR (p. 80) To make programs and perform Digital program editing on the Memory Stick (p. 127) Mode Meaning POWER switch
When recording a close subject When REC LAMP is set to ON, the red camera recording lamp on the front of your camcorder may reflect on the subject if it is close. In this case, we recommend you set REC LAMP to OFF. In more than five minutes after removing the power source The PROGRAM AE, FLASH LVL, AUDIO MIX, WHT BAL, HiFi SOUND and COMMANDER items are returned to their default settings. Other menu items are held in memory even when the power source is removed.
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, remove the power source and contact your Sony dealer. If C:ss:ss appears on the screen, the self-diagnosis display function has activated. See page 191.
START/STOP does not operate.
The power goes off.
The picture in the viewfinder is not clear. SteadyShot does not work. The autofocusing function does not work.
The picture does not appear in the viewfinder. A vertical band appears when you shoot a subject such as lights or a candle flame against a dark background.
Cause and/or Corrective Actions The POWER switch is not set to CAMERA. c Set it to CAMERA (p. 25). Your camcorder automatically turns off to prevent the battery pack from running out and to protect the tape when your camcorder has been in recording standby for more than five minutes. c Set the POWER switch to OFF (CHG) and then to CAMERA. The tape has run out. c Rewind the tape or insert a new one (p. 8, 39). The write-protect tab is set to SAVE >. c Use a new cassette or slide the tab (p. 8, 195). 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. 202). Your camcorder automatically turns off to prevent the battery pack from running out and to protect the tape when your camcorder has been in recording standby for more than five minutes. c Set the POWER switch to OFF (CHG) and then to CAMERA. The battery pack is dead or nearly dead. c Install a fully charged battery pack. The viewfinder lens is not adjusted. c Adjust the viewfinder lens (p. 31). STEADYSHOT in is set to OFF in the menu settings. c Set it to ON (p. 174). The setting is the manual focus. c Press FOCUS to enable the autofocus (p. 63). Shooting conditions are not suitable for autofocus. c Adjust the focus manually (p. 63). The LCD panel is open. c Close the LCD panel (p. 28). The contrast between the subject and background is too high. This is not a malfunction.
A vertical band appears when you shoot a very bright subject. Some tiny spots in white, red, blue or green appear on the screen. An unknown picture appears on the screen.
Cause and/or Corrective Actions This is not a malfunction. SLOW SHTR, Super NightShot or Color Slow Shutter is activated. This is not a malfunction. If about 10 minutes elapse after you set the POWER switch to CAMERA or DEMO MODE is set to ON in the menu settings without a cassette or a Memory Stick inserted, your camcorder automatically starts the demonstration. c Insert a cassette or a Memory Stick or press the LCD screen. The demonstration stops. You can also set DEMO MODE to OFF in the menu settings (p. 180). NIGHTSHOT is slid to ON. c Slide it to OFF (p. 34). NIGHTSHOT is slid to ON in a bright place. c Slide it to OFF (p. 34). The back light function is active. c Set it off (p. 34). BEEP in is set to OFF in the menu settings. c Set it to MELODY or NORMAL (p. 181). c Set STEADYSHOT in to OFF in the menu settings (p. 174). The power of the external flash (optional) is off or the power source is not installed. c Turn on the external flash (optional) or install the power source. Two or more external flashes (optional) are attached. c Only one external flash (optional) can be attached. These phenomena appear if you are recording in the soft portrait or sports lesson mode of PROGRAM AE under a discharge tube such as a fluorescent lamp, sodium lamp or mercury lamp. This is not a malfunction. c Set PROGRAM AE to AUTO in the menu settings.
The picture is recorded in incorrect or unnatural colors. Picture appears too bright, and the subject does not appear on the screen. The click of the shutter does not sound. Black bands appear when you record a TV screen or computer screen. An external flash (optional) does not work.
Flickering or changes in color occurs.
Types of trouble and how to correct trouble During playback
Symptom Cause and/or Corrective Actions The cassette has run out of the tape. c Rewind the tape (p. 39). There are horizontal lines on the The video head may be dirty. picture or the playback picture is not c Clean the head using the cleaning cassette (optional) clear or does not appear. (p. 203). No sound or only a low sound is The stereo tape is played back with HiFi SOUND in heard when playing back the tape. set to 2 in the menu settings. c Set HiFi SOUND to STEREO (p. 175). Volume is turned to minimum. c Turn up the volume (p. 39). AUDIO MIX in is set to the ST2 side in the menu settings. c Adjust AUDIO MIX (p. 175). The sound breaks off. The video head may be dirty. c Clean the head using the cleaning cassette (optional) (p. 203). Displaying the record date, Date The cassette has no Cassette Memory. search does not work. c Use a cassette with Cassette Memory (p. 76). CM SEARCH in is set to OFF in the menu settings. c Set it to ON (p. 178). The tape has a blank portion between recorded portions (p. 77). Title search does not work. The cassette has no Cassette Memory. c Use a cassette with Cassette Memory (p. 75). is set to OFF in the menu settings. CM SEARCH in c Set it to ON (p. 178). There is no title in the tape. c Superimpose the titles (p. 97). The tape has a blank portion between recorded portions (p. 75). New sound added to the recorded AUDIO MIX in is set to the ST1 side in the menu tape is not heard. settings. c Adjust AUDIO MIX (p. 175). The title is not displayed. TITLE DSPL in is set to OFF in the menu settings. c Set it to ON (p. 178). Noises appear and PAL is The tape was recorded in a TV color system other than displayed on the screen. that of your camcorder.
The melody or beep sounds for five seconds. your camcorder, you may hear a clattering sound from inside your camcorder. While charging the battery pack, the CHARGE (charge) lamp is not lit. You cannot charge the battery pack. The power runs out quickly, even though the remaining battery time indicator is full. While charging the battery pack, the CHARGE (charge) lamp flashes.
Charging the battery pack is completed. The battery pack is not properly installed. c Install it properly (p. 15). The POWER switch is not set to OFF (CHG). c Set it to OFF (CHG) (p. 16). c Charge the battery pack fully again (p. 16).
The buttons do not appear on the touch panel.
The buttons on the LCD screen do not work. Image data cannot be transferred to your computer via the USB connection.
The battery pack is not properly installed. c Install it properly (p. 15). Something is wrong with the battery pack. c If the symptom persists, disconnect the plug from the wall outlet as soon as possible to cut off the power, and contact your Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service facility. DISPLAY/BATT INFO is pressed. c Press the LCD screen lightly. c Press DISPLAY/BATT INFO on your camcorder or DISPLAY on the Remote Commander (p. 40). c Adjust the screen (CALIBRATION) (p. 204). The USB cable was connected before installation of the USB driver was complete. c Uninstall the USB driver and reinstall the USB driver (p. 148, 153). USB STREAM in is set to OFF in the menu settings. c Set it to ON (p. 180). Your camcorder is on the point of falling into moisture condensation (p. 202). c Remove the battery pack, then install it again (p. 15).
The cassette cannot be ejected even if the cassette lid is open. The cassette cannot be ejected.
Your camcorder has a self-diagnosis display function. This function displays the current state of your camcorder as a 5-digit code (a combination of a letter and figures) on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder. If a 5-digit code appears, check the following list of codes. The last two digits (indicated by ss) differ depending on the state of your camcorder. LCD screen or viewfinder
C:ss:ss You can service your camcorder yourself. E:ss:ss Contact your Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service facility.
E:20:ss E:61:ss E:62:ss E:91:ss
Cause and/or Corrective Actions You are using a battery pack that is not an InfoLITHIUM battery pack. c Use an InfoLITHIUM battery pack (p. 197). Moisture condensation has occurred. c Eject the cassette and leave your camcorder for at least one hour to acclimatize (p. 202). The video heads are dirty. c Clean the heads using the cleaning cassette (optional) (p. 203). A malfunction other than the above that you can service has occurred. c Eject the cassette and insert it again, then operate your camcorder. Do not perform this operation if moisture starts to condense (p. 202). c Disconnect the power cord of the AC Adaptor or remove the battery pack. After reconnecting the power source, operate your camcorder. c Replace the cassette. A malfunction that you cannot service has occurred. c Contact your Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service facility and inform them of the 5-digit code. (e.g. E:61:10)
If you are unable to rectify the problem even if you try corrective actions a few times, contact your Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service facility.
If indicators appear on the screen, check the following: See the page in parentheses ( ) for details.
101-0001 Warning indicator pertaining to
files Slow flashing: The file is corrupted. The file is unreadable. You are trying to carry out MEMORY MIX on a moving picture (p. 118).
Warning indicator pertaining to incompatible Memory Stick* Slow flashing: An incompatible Memory Stick is inserted.
C:21:00 Self-diagnosis display (p. 191)
E The battery pack is dead or nearly dead
Slow flashing: The battery pack is nearly dead. Depending on the operating conditions, environmental or battery conditions, the E indicator may flash, even if there are approximately five to 10 minutes remaining.
Q Warning indicator pertaining to the tape Slow flashing: The tape is near the end. No cassette is inserted.* The write-protect tab of the cassette is set to SAVE > (p. 195).*
Fast flashing: The tape has run out.*
Z You need to eject the cassette*
Slow flashing: The write-protect tab on the cassette is set to SAVE > (p. 195). Fast flashing: Moisture condensation has occurred (p. 202). The tape has run out. The self-diagnosis display code is displayed (p. 191).
% Moisture condensation has occurred *
Fast flashing: Eject the cassette, set the POWER switch to OFF (CHG), and leave it for about one hour with the cassette lid open (p. 202). Warning indicator pertaining to Cassette Memory * Slow flashing: No cassette with Cassette Memory is inserted (p. 194). Warning indicator pertaining to the Memory Stick Slow flashing: No Memory Stick is inserted. Fast flashing: The image cannot be recorded on the Memory Stick.* Warning indicator pertaining to the Memory Stick formatting* Fast flashing: The Memory Stick data is corrupted (p. 102). The Memory Stick is not formatted correctly (p. 177).
- The image is protected*
Slow flashing: The image is protected (p. 137). Warning indicator pertaining to the flash Slow flashing: During charging Fast flashing: The self-diagnosis display code is displayed (p. 191).* There is something wrong with the built-in flash or the external flash (optional). Warning indicator pertaining to still image recording Slow flashing: The still image cannot be recorded on the Memory Stick in the current operating conditions (p. 47). * You hear the melody or beep sound.
If messages appear on the screen, check the following. See the page in parentheses ( ) for details. CLOCK SET FOR InfoLITHIUM BATTERY ONLY CLEANING CASSETTE Set the date and time (p. 20). Use an InfoLITHIUM battery pack (p. 197).
The video heads are dirty (p. 203). The x indicator and CLEANING CASSETTE message appear one after another on the screen. COPY INHIBIT You tried to record a picture that has a copyright control signal (p. 194). * FULL The Cassette Memory is full. * 16BIT AUDIO MODE is set to 16BIT. You cannot dub new sound (p. 179). * REC MODE REC MODE is set to LP. * You cannot dub new sound (p. 179). You cannot dub new sound on the tape recorded in a TV color system other than that of your camcorder. TAPE There is no recorded portion on the tape. * You cannot dub new sound. i.LINK CABLE The i.LINK cable is connected. You cannot dub new sound (p. 93). * FULL The Memory Stick is full (p. 112). * The write-protect tab on the Memory Stick is set to LOCK (p. 102). * NO FILE No image is recorded or there is no recognizable file on the Memory Stick. * NO MEMORY STICK No Memory Stick is inserted. * AUDIO ERROR You are trying to record an image with sound that cannot be recorded by your camcorder on the Memory Stick (p. 125). * MEMORY STICK ERROR The Memory Stick data is corrupted (p. 104). * FORMAT ERROR The Memory Stick is not recognized (p. 177). * Check the format. PLAY ERROR The image is distorted and cannot be played back. * Reinsert the Memory Stick. REC ERROR Turn the POWER switch on again. * INCOMPATIBLE The Memory Stick inserted is not compatible MEMORY STICK with your camcorder. * READ-ONLY MEMORY STICK A read-only Memory Stick is inserted. * Q Z TAPE END The tape has reached the end of the tape. * Q NO TAPE Insert a cassette. * DELETING You press PHOTO on your camcorder while deleting data in the Memory Stick. * FORMATTING You press PHOTO on your camcorder while formatting the Memory Stick. * FOLDER NO.FULL You have reached the maximum of folders that can be created. USB STREAMING ON GOING Your camcorder is performing the USB Streaming function. NOW CHARGING Charging the built-in flash or an external flash (optional) does not work correctly. * * You hear the melody or beep sound. DCR-TRV70 only Refer to the Network Function/Application Operating Instructions supplied with your camcorder about warning messages in the network function.
Selecting cassette types
You can use the mini DV cassette only.* You cannot use any other 8 mm , , Digital8 , VHS , VHSC , S-VHS , S-VHSC , Betamax Hi8 ED Betamax , DV or MICRO MV cassette. ,
* There are two types of mini DV cassettes: with Cassette Memory and without Cassette Memory. (Cassette Memory) mark. Cassettes with Cassette Memory have the We recommend that you use cassettes with Cassette Memory. IC memory is mounted on this type of cassette. Your camcorder can read and write data such as dates of recording or titles, etc. to this memory. The functions using the Cassette Memory require successive signals recorded on the tape. If the tape has a blank portion at the beginning or between recorded portions, titles may not be displayed properly or the search functions may not work properly. Perform the following to prevent a blank portion from being made on the tape. Press END SCH to go to the end of the recorded portion before you begin the next recording if you operate the following: You have ejected the cassette during recording. You have played back the tape. You have used Edit search. If there is a blank portion or discontinuous signals on your tape, re-record from the beginning to the end of the tape as described above. The same result may occur when you record using a digital video camera recorder that doesn't support Cassette Memory on the tape already recorded on the Cassette Memory-compatible digital video camera recorder. mark on the cassette The memory capacity of the cassette marked with is 4K bits. Your camcorder can accommodate cassettes having a memory capacity of up to 16K bits. 16K bits cassette are marked with. This is the Mini DV mark. This is the Cassette Memory mark. These are trademarks.
When you play back
If the tape you play back on your camcorder contains copyright signals, you cannot copy it with another video camera connected to your camcorder.
When you record
You cannot record software on your camcorder that contains copyright control signals for copyright protection of software. The COPY INHIBIT indicator appears on the screen, or on the TV screen if you try to record such software. Your camcorder does not record copyright control signals on the tape when it records.
Usable cassettes Audio mode
12-bit mode: The original sound can be recorded in stereo 1, and the new sound in stereo 2 in 32 kHz. The balance between stereo 1 and stereo 2 can be adjusted by selecting AUDIO MIX in the menu settings during playback. Both sounds can be played back. 16-bit mode: A new sound cannot be recorded but the original sound can be recorded in high quality. Moreover, your camcorder can also play back sound recorded in 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz or 48 kHz. When playing back the tape recorded in the 16-bit mode, the 16BIT indicator appears on the screen.
Note on dry batteries
To avoid possible damage from battery leakage or corrosion, observe the following: Be sure to insert the batteries with the + polarities matched to the + marks in 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 get 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.
Video camera recorder
System Video recording system 2 rotary heads Helical scanning system Audio recording system Rotary heads, PCM system Quantization: 12 bits (Fs 32 kHz, stereo 1, stereo 2), 16 bits (Fs 48 kHz, stereo) Video signal NTSC color, EIA standards Usable cassette Mini DV cassette with the mark printed Tape speed SP: Approx. 18.81 mm/s LP: Approx. 12.56 mm/s Recording/playback time (using cassette DVM60) SP: 1 hour LP: 1.5 hours Fastforward/rewind time (using cassette DVM60) Approx. 2 min. and 40 seconds Viewfinder Electric viewfinder (color) Image device 5.0 mm (1/3.6 type) CCD (Charge Coupled Device) Gross: Approx. 000 pixels Effective (still): Approx. 000 pixels Effective (moving): Approx. 000 pixels Lens Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T* Combined power zoom lens Filter diameter: 37 mm (1 1/2 in.) 10 (Optical), 120 (Digital) F = 1.8 ~ 2.1 Focal length 4.mm (3/13/16 in.) When converted to a 35 mm still camera In CAMERA: mm (2 1/1/2 in.) In MEMORY: mm (1 9/3/8 in.) Color temperature Auto, HOLD, INDOOR (K), OUTDOOR (K) Minimum illumination 7 lx (lux) (F 1.8) 0 lx (lux) (in the NightShot mode)* * Objects unable to be seen due to the dark can be shot with infrared lighting. Input/Output connectors S video input/output 4-pin mini DIN Luminance signal: 1 Vp-p, 75 (ohms), unbalanced Chrominance signal: 0.286 Vp-p, 75 (ohms), unbalanced Audio/Video input/output AV MINI JACK, 1 Vp-p, 75 (ohms), unbalanced 327 mV, (at output impedance more than 47 k (kilohms)) Output impedance with less than 2.2 k (kilohms)/Stereo minijack ( 3.5 mm) Input impedance more than 47 k (kilohms) DV input/output 4-pin connector Headphone jack Stereo minijack ( 3.5 mm) LANC jack Stereo mini-minijack ( 2.5 mm) USB jack DCR-TRV60: mini-B DCR-TRV70: mini-AB MIC jack Minijack, 0.388 mV low impedance with 2.5 to 3.0 V DC, output impedance 6.8 k (kilohms) ( 3.5 mm) Stereo type LCD screen Picture 6.2 cm (2.5 type) Total dot number (960 220) General Power requirements 7.2 V (battery pack) 8.4 V (AC Adaptor) Average power consumption (when using the battery pack) During camera recording using LCD 4.6 W Viewfinder 3.9 W Operating temperature 0C to 40C (32F to 104F) Storage temperature 20C to + 60C (4F to + 140F) Dimensions (approx.) 174 mm (2 7/5/7/8 in.) (w/h/d) Mass (Approx.) 640 g (1 lb 6 oz) main unit only 740 g (1 lb 10 oz) including the rechargeable battery pack NP-FM50, cassette DVM60 and lens cap Supplied accessories See page 14.
REC FOLDER. 129 Recording time. 17 Rec Review.. 38 Remaining battery time indicator.. 27 Remaining tape indicator.. 27, 179 Remote Commander. 215 Remote sensor.. 82 RESET.. 190, 211 Resize.. 141
Self-diagnosis display.. 191 Self-timer recording. 48, 124 SHARPNESS.. 173 Signal convert function. 169 Skip scan.. 42 Slide show.. 136 SLOW SHTR.. 56 SPOT FOCUS. 65 STEADYSHOT.. 174 Stereo tape.. 195 STILL.. 56 Sub sound.. 195 Super NightShot. 35 S VIDEO jack. 44, 45
CALIBRATION. 204 Cassette Memory. 12, 194 C. CHROM.. 118 CHARGE (charge) lamp. 16 Charging battery pack. 16 Charging built-in rechargeable battery.. 204 CLEANING CASSETTE. 203 Clock set.. 20 Color Slow Shutter.. 35 Continuous photo recording... 111 Data code.. 40 Date search.. 76 DEMO MODE.. 180 Digital effect.. 56, 72 Digital program editing.. 80, 127 DISPLAY.. 40 DOT.. 52 Dual sound track tape.. 195
Main sound.. 195 Manual focus.. 63 M. CHROM.. 118 M. LUMI.. 118 MEMORY MIX.. 118 Memory PB ZOOM. 135 Memory Photo recording. 109 Memory Stick.. 102 Memory Stick capacity.. 108 Menu settings. 172 Mirror mode.. 29 Moisture condensation. 202 MONOTONE. 52 MOSC. FADER. 52 M. OVERLAP. 118 MPEG.. 102 Network function.. 171 NIGHTSHOT. 34 NORMAL.. 111 NORM. FADER.. 52 NTSC system.. 201
T, U, V
Tape counter.. 27, 40 Tape PB ZOOM.. 73 Telephoto.. 33 Time code.. 27 Title.. 97 Title search. 75 Touch panel.. 23 TRAIL.. 56 Transition.. 26, 37 TV color systems. 12, 201 USB jack.. 143 USB Streaming.. 156
Edit search. 38 End search. 37 Expanded focus.. 63 EXP BRKTG.. 111 Exposure.. 61
W, X, Y, Z
Warning indicators.. 192 Warning messages. 193 White balance. 49 Wide-angle.. 33 Wide mode.. 50 WIPE... 52 Write-protect tab. 102, 195 Zero set memory. 74 Zoom.. 33
F, G, H
Flash.. 113 FLASH.. 56 Flexible Spot Meter.. 62 Format.. 103, 177 Frame recording.. 67 Full charge. 16 Grip belt.. 8 i (headphone) jack. 212 Heads.. 203 HiFi SOUND.. 195
O, P, Q
OLD MOVIE.. 56 OVERLAP.. 52 Operation indicators. 217 PB FOLDR.. 134 Picture effect.. 55, 71 Picture search. 42 Playing time.. 17 Print mark.. 142 Progressive Recording Mode. 68
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HDR-FX1 HDV 1080i 12 x Optical Zoom 3.5 Inch LCD Sony HDRFX1E Screen Camcorder (PAL) $3699.95
Panasonic AG-DVC60 MiniDV Camcorder, 3-CCD 1/4" XLR AGDVC60 Audio Inputs and Infrared Nighttime Shooting Mode
Sony DCR-VX2100E "PAL" 3 CCD Mini DV Sony DCRVX2100E Camcorder, 12x Optical/48x Digital Zoom, Color Viewfinder, 2.5" LCD Screen $2595.95
Panasonic PV-GS14 Mini DV Camcorder, 22 x Optical / 800 x Digital Zoom, Color Viewfinder, 2.5" LCD Screen PVGS14
DZ-MV580A DVD Camcorder, 10x Optical/240 Digital Hitachi DZMV580A Zoom, Mega Pixel CCD, Color Viewfinder, 2.5" LCD Screen $779.95
DCR-HC65 Mini DV Camcorder MAY NOT BE U.S. Sony DCRHC65 MODEL 10x Optical/120x Digital Zoom, Mega Pixel CCD, Color Viewfinder, 3.5" Touch. $899.95
DZMV550A DVD-RAM Camcorder, 18x Optical/500 Hitachi DZMV550A Digital Zoom, Color Viewfinder, 2.5" LCD Screen $679.00
HVRZ1U 1080i HDV CAMCORDER
DCR-HC30E "PAL" Mini DV Camcorder, 10x Sony DCRHC30E Optical/120x Digital Zoom, Color Viewfinder, 2.5" Touch Panel LCD Screen $749.00
Panasonic NV-GS200EN PAL MiniDV Camcorder, 3CCD, 2.3 NV-GS200 Megapixel, Leica Dicomar Lens, 700X Digital Zoom,
10X Optical Zoom $899.99
DCR-HC1000E "PAL" 3 CCD Mini DV Camcorder, Sony DCRHC1000E 12x Optical/150x Digital Zoom, Color Viewfinder, 2.5" Touch Panel LCD Screen. $1649.99
Canon ZR80 Digital Video Camcorder 1/6-inch CCD, 2.5 TFT ZR-80 LCD, 18x Optical Zoom pt# 9383A001
DCR-PC109 Mini DV Camcorder, 10x Optical/120x Sony DCR-PC109 Digital Zoom, Mega Pixel CCD, Color Viewfinder, 2.5" LCD Screen pt# DCR-PC109 $883.93
DCR-HC20 SONY MINIDV Camcorder, 2.5 LCD, 1/6" Sony DCR-HC20 Advanced HAD CCD WITH 340K effective Pixels ,10X Optical/ 120X Digital Zoom, Carl. pt# DCRHC20 $520.42
DCR-DVD201E "PAL" DVD Camcorder, 10x Sony dcr-dvd201e Optical/120x Digital Zoom, Mega Pixel CCD, Color Viewfiner, 2.5" LCD Screen $944.99
PAL/ ZR-80E DIGITAL CAMCORDER
Canon Elura60 Digital Camcord MAY NOT BE U.S. Canon 9480a001 MODEL $549.99
DXG 3.2 MP VIDEO CAMERA WITH MPEG4 DXGDXG DXG301V 301V $291.24
NV-GS55EN PAL MiniDV Camcorder
Sony, DCR-TRV70, MiniDV Handycam, Camcorder, 2.1 Sony DCR-TRV70 Megapixel, 2.5IN LCD, 10X Optical Zoom, 120X Digital Zoom, 8MB, Memory Stick, USB pt# DCR-TRV70 $899.00
PAL Digital Camcorder
Panasonic PV-DV203 Digital Camcorder pt# PV-DV203
Canon Elura 50
Canon Elura50MC Digital Camcorder pt# 8713a001
Optura500 Digital Camcorder Optura500 Digital Camcorder Canon 9539A003 $1139.00
Sony, DSR-250 Camcorders pt# DSR250
Panasonic Panasonic, 2.5" Color LCD LIECA DICOMAR Lens Mega PV-DV852 Pixel CCD Mega Optical Image Stabilizer and Card Link
(8MB SD card provided) pt# PV-DV852 $789.00
DSR-PDX10 Professional, DVCAM Camcorder, 3 CCD, Sony DSR-PDX10 1/4.7" 16:9 with 3.5 inch LCD, Memory Stick pt# DSRPDX10 $2299.95
Panasonic Panasonic, PVDV953, Digital Palmcoder Multicam, PV-DV953 MiniDV, Camcorder, 3 Megapixel, 640 X 480, 3.5IN LCD,
10X Optical Zoom, 700X Digital. pt# PVDV953 $1149.00
PAL/CCD-TRV428E HI8 CAMCRDER w/2.5 LCD Sony CCD-TRV428E pt# CCDTRV428E $464.00
Samsung SC-L906 Hi8 Camcorder
Panasonic PANASONIC NVGS200E PAL Digital Camcorder for NVGS200E Europe and Asia
Canon, ZR60MC, Mini DV Camcorder pt# 8429A001AA
PAL/DCR TRV265 DIGITAL-8 CAMCORDER pt# Sony DCR-TRV265E DCRTRV265E $484.00
Panasonic A/V Camera Recorder- Silver A/V Camera RecorderSilver SVAV25
Sony, DCR-TRV900, Digital Camcorder, 3.5" Color Sony DCRTRV900 LCD, 12X Optical/48X Digital Zoom,Type II PC Card, Super SteadyShot(R) $1295.00
Sony, DCR-TRV80, MiniDV Handycam, Camcorder, 2.0 Sony DCR-TRV80 Megapixel, 3.5IN LCD, 10X Optical Zoom, 120X Digital Zoom, 8MB, Memory Stick, USB pt# DCR-TRV80 $1299.00
Canon Optura XI
Optura Xi MiniDV Camcorder pt# 9000A001AA
Sony, DCR-TRV340, HandycamDigital 8 Camcorder, Sony DCR-TRV340 25x Optical/700x Digital Zoom, B/W Viewfinder, 2.5'' LCD Monitor, Super Steady. pt# DCR-TRV340 $429.00
Optura20 Digital Camcorder
CCDTRV338-DIGTL VIDCAM CCDTRV338-DIGTL Sony CCDTRV338 VIDCAM $1299.00
Panasonic Panasonic AG-DVC30 1/4" 3-CCD Camcorder with Infrared Nighttime Shooting System & Firewire DVC30
Canon ZR100 ( 0059B001) Digital Camcorder
Canon, ZR-40, MiniDV, Camcorder,.46 Megapixels, 2.5IN Canon 7557A001 LCD, 18X Optical Zoom, 360X Digital Zoom, USB $469.00
Sony, DCR-TV33, MiniDV Handycam, Camcorder, 1152 Sony DCR-TRV33 X 864, 2.5IN LCD, 10X Optical Zoom, 120X Digital Zoom, 8MB, Memory Stick Pro, USB pt# DCRTRV33 $729.00
ELURA 40MCE "PAL" Mini DV Camcorder, 10x Canon MV5IMC Optical/200x Digital Zoom, Color Viewfinder, 2-inch LCD Screen, MultiMedia Card Slot $679.00
Hi8 Handycam Camcorder
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Panasonic Panasonic SV-AV100 D-SNAP SD Digital Video SV-AV100 Camcorder pt# SV-AV100
Sony, DCR-TRV50, MiniDV HandyCam, Camcorder, 1.5 Sony DCR-TRV50 Megapixels, 3.5IN LCD, 10X Optical Zoom, 120X Digital Zoom, USB $819.00
CANON Digital Camcorder ZR300
Panasonic Panasonic, PV-DV901 MiniDV Camcorder MAY NOT BE PV-DV901 U.S. MODEL
Samsung SCD-23 Mini DV Camcorder, 10x Optical/400x Digital Zoom, B/W Viewfinder, 2.5" LCD Screen, Digital Image Stabilizer pt# SC-D23
CANON 8428A001 ZR 65 pt# 8428A001
Panasonic Panasonic AG-EZ50U Palm Size 3-CCD Mini-DV AGEZ50U PROLINE Camcorder
DCR-DVD200 DVD Handycam Camcorder pt# Sony DCR-DVD200 DCRDVD200 $939.00
Panasonic, AG-DVC200 DV Camcorder
PAL/DCR TRV60 DIG. CAMCORDR w/3.5" LCD pt# Sony DCR-TRV60E DCRTRV60E $1174.00
Panasonic NVVZ17 Vhs-C Pal System Camcorder
CANON XL2 Mini DV Digital Camcorder
Canon Optura 40 VIDEO CAMCORDERS Mini DV Canon OPTURA40 Canon Optura 40 $826.95
Canon ZR300 Mini DV Camcorder Mini DV Camcorders
CANON Optura 40 Mini DV Digital Camcorder Canon 9544A003AA 9544A003AA $999.00
Canon Optura 400
CANON Optura 400
Sony, DCRTRV19, MiniDV Handycam, Camcorder, Sony DCR-TRV19 2.5IN LCD, 10X Optical Zoom, 120X Digital Zoom, USB pt# DCRTRV19 $429.00
Samsung SC-D303 Digital Camcorder
SV-AV50 Multi A/V Recorder
Panasonic Panasonic, PV-DV53, Mini DV Camcorder, 700x Digital Zoom, i.Link PhotoVu Link, DUAL Digital Electronic PV-DV53
Image Stabilization (Record &. $629.00
PAL/DCR-TRV255E DIGITAL-8 CAMCORDER
Panasonic PANASONIC PVGS55 MiniDV Digital Camcorder MAY NOT BE U.S. MODEL PVGS55
Canon, XL1S, MiniDV, Camcorder pt# XL1S
Panasonic PV-DV73 Mini DV MultiCam Camcorder 10x Optical / 700x Digital Zoom 1.3 Mega Pixel CCD PVDV73
DCR-DVD300 DVD Handycam Camcorder pt# Sony DCR-DVD300 DCRDVD300 $899.00
Samsung SC-D103 Digital Camcorder
Sony DCRPC55 MiniDV Handycam® Camcorder with Sony DCRPC55 3" Hybrid Touch Panel LCD Silve 12 vendors have this product for sale from $575.00 - $699.95
DCR-PC120E Digital Camcorder PAL pt# dcrpc120e
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Sony, DCR-TRV17, Mini DV Camcorder, 3.5" Sony DCRTRV17 SwivelScreen, 10X optical/120X digital zoom, Super SteadyShot, USB Interface, MPEG Movie Mode $429.00
DSR-250P PAL DVCAM Camcorder, 1/3" IT CCD x 3, Sony DSR250P i.Link, Composite, Y/C, Color 2.5" LCD Monitor, DVCAM or DV Recording $5700.00
DCR PC108E PAL CAMCORDER (MINI DV)
Panasonic Panasonic, PV-DV52, Mini DV Camcorder, 700x Digital Zoom, i.Link PhotoVu Link, DUAL Digital Electronic PV-DV52
Image Stabilization (Record &. $389.00
e-wear SD Multi AV Device, Silver pt# SV-AV20
Canon Elura 70 DV Camcorder
Sony, DCRVX2000, MiniDV Digital Handycam, Sony DCR-VX2000 Camcorder, 2.0 Megapixels, 2.5IN LCD, 12X Optical Zoom, 48X Digital Zoom, 4MB, Memory Stick, USB pt# DCRVX2000 $2195.00
SCD-5000 Mini DV Camcorder
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recording quality $1649.00
DCR-IP1E "PAL" MICROMV Camcorder
AG-DVC32E 3-CCD PAL Camcorder
Upright DVC 2.5 LCD
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Panasonic Panasonic, PV-DC152 MiniDV Camcorder, Color PVDC152 Viewfinder, 10x Hi-Definition Zoom / 700x Digital Zoom,
DCR-PC101E Digital Camcorder PAL
Sony, DCRTRV250, Digital 8 Handycam, Camcorder, Sony DCR-TRV250 2.5IN LCD, 20X Optical Zoom, 700X Digital Zoom, USB pt# DCRTRV250 $369.99
Panasonic PV-L353 Camcorder S-VHS-C
PV-GS50 Ultra-Compact Mini Dv Camcorder
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Optura XIE "PAL" Mini DV Camcorder
SONY DCR-HC15 HandyCam MiniDV PAL Camcorder
Panasonic PANASONIC NV-GS11E PAL SYSTEM CAMCRODER NV-GS11E
Elura 60E Mini DV PAL Camcorder
Canon Optura 500
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Sonys CCD-TRV318 Handycam Camcorder with a builtSony CCDTRV318 in video light and SteadyShot Picture Stabilization System $359.00
Sony, DV Camcorder capable of studio/CCU Sony DSR570WSL configuration. $19599.95
Hitachi DZ-MV200A 2.5" LCD DVD-RAM/DVD-R Hitachi DZMV200A Camcorder $689.00
CANON Optura 30 Mini DV Digital Camcorder
Sharp, VLAH30U 16x Optical Zoom, Digital Image Sharp VLAH30U Stabilization, Digital Picture Effects, 3 LCD Display $279.95
Sony, DSR-PD100A, DVCAM Camcorder featuring Sony DSRPD100A three 1/4" IT CCD's, 500 TV lines horizontal resolution, 4 lux minimum illumination. $1979.00
Sharp, VL-A10U, Hi8 Camcorder, 3" Color LCD, 16X Optical Sharp VLA10U Zoom,Titler with 8-Preset Titles, Remote Control, Fader Function $269.95
Sony DCRVX2000, MiniDV Camcorder
Sharp, VLAH150U, Hi-8 Viewcam, 3" Color LCD, 400x Sharp VLAH150U Digital Zoom, Virtual Twin Mode, Image Stabilizer , 4Mode Auto Exposure $264.95
Sony, DSR-PD150P, three newly developed 1/3 inch Sony DSR-PD150PAL 380K pixel CCDs that allow two scanning modes 480 progressive (for still) or. pt# DSRPD150P $2899.00
Canon, XL1s Canon Video CAMCORDER , Separate CCD Canon 7046A001 for each primary color $3895.00
Canon 7196A001 XL1s Canon Video CAMCODER
Canon Canon, Elura 10, MiniDV Camcorder, 2.5" Color LCD, RGB Elura10 Primary Color Filter, 7.5 lx Using the Low-Light Program
Sony, CCD-TRV308 Hi8 Handycam, 2.5" Color LCD, Sony CCDTRV308 1/4" CCD Imager, 20x Optical/ 460x Digital Zoom,SteadyShot Picture. $369.99
Panasonic Panasonic PV-L352, Compact VHS Camcorder, 2.5" Color LCD, B/W Viewfinder, 20x Hi-Definition Zoom/700x PV-L352
Digital Zoom $279.95
Sony, DCR-PC120BT, MiniDV Camcorder, 8MB Memory Sony DCRPC120 Stick Media, Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar lens, 10X optical/120X digital zoom, $1149.00
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Sharp Digital Viewcam Camcorder - VLNZ150U/ 16 MB Sharp VLNZ150U SD Memory Card/Slot/ Twin Battery Standard/Long Life/ Digital Picture Effects/ i-LINK. $349.95
Sony DCR-IP7BTE (PAL) MicroMV Camcorder
Canon, Optura200MC, MiniDV, Camcorder, 1.33 Canon Optura200MC Megapixels, 2.5IN LCD, 10X Optical Zoom, 200X Digital Zoom, USB $899.00
Super HAD 3CCD for 530 lines horizontal resolution / Sony DCR-TRV950E Bluetooth network functions / 12X Optical Zoom 150X Digital Zoom pt# DCRTRV950E $1979.00
Canon, Optura200MC, MiniDV, Camcorder
DCR-IP45E MICROMV Camcorder PAL
DCR-TRV-50E Mini-DV Camcorder PAL
Those piercing blue eyes that blood-washed sky the Sony DCR-TRV940E citys orgy of hues. In a world of breathtaking colour it takes a breathtaking. pt# DCRTRV940E $1699.00
Sharp VL-AH131U Hi8 Camcorder
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