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Comments to date: 8. Page 1 of 1. Average Rating:
tsnider01 10:55pm on Sunday, September 12th, 2010 
I purchased this DV for my wedding, due to the SONY brand new. The DV is very easy to use, especially it provides an easy mode. I got this camera over Christmas. It is small and compact that you can fit into your pocket. At first, it was kind of difficult to zoom in/out.
chameenz 11:52am on Tuesday, August 3rd, 2010 
For someone like me who can easily point and shoot a digital camera. the camera is nice and small ,light weight ,good touch screen. good zoom facilities touch screen play back of film is average
bbrackett 1:34pm on Tuesday, July 27th, 2010 
Was on vacation in Orlando and went to a camera store there and got totally ripped off..I am sick about.. I ordered this and got it a day before my family went on vacation. I was proficient within 30 minutes. Used it all week-end and am happy so far.
Zubajda 2:20am on Sunday, May 23rd, 2010 
small, light, well built, good battery, easy, touch screen, reliable, small eye peice. This is a great little camcorder, I got it a couple of years ago and it has served me well since then.
Cheenie 2:47pm on Saturday, May 22nd, 2010 
Operationally the A1E is a charmer the small size gives it instant appeal. Meanwhile. The use of a CMOS chip allows the camera to capture amazing high quality images while consuming less battery power and making the camera smaller overa...
Ernesto_Padilla 1:36am on Thursday, May 20th, 2010 
The camcorder isnt big exactly. However, it still is quite bulky. This, i believe is its own weakness. This cam is good, and there is no denying it. It has a really good image quality - i just cant stop looking at the videos! Also, thanks to it.
kroenen 4:11am on Thursday, April 22nd, 2010 
This camcorder was a nice upgrade from my old JVC VHSC camcorder. Smaller, it fits fine in the hand. The camcorder was good and the only thing is it doesnt have the capability of still camera. But battery power is good and life time is good. Easy to use, compact, touch-screen LCD, priced decently Weak on manual controls, HC30 offers more features for a small jump in price
serfer 6:32pm on Monday, March 29th, 2010 
Unbelievable quality for the price and small size..Bigger is not Better This camera has served me well since it was introduced.

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Step 7: Inserting a cassette
You can use mini DV (p. 77).

MODE] (p. 45).

cassettes only

To eject the cassette

Proceed with the same steps as you would when inserting a cassette tape.
The recordable time varies depending on [REC

1 Slide the OPEN/EJECT

and open the lid.

OPEN/EJECT lever Lid

lever Getting Started
The cassette compartment automatically comes out and opens up.
2 Insert a cassette with its window

facing up, then press.

Window-side
Push the center of the back of the cassette lightly. The cassette compartment automatically slides back in. Do not force the cassette into the compartment. This may cause a malfunction.

3 Close the lid.

Recording/Playback with ease (Easy Handycam)
With this Easy Handycam operation, most of the camera settings are automatically adjusted optimally, which frees you from detailed adjustment. Since only basic functions become available and screen font size increases for easy viewing, even rst time users can enjoy easy operation. Go through the procedures described in steps 1 to 7 (p. 8 to 17) before operation.

Open the lens cover.

Recording with ease
1 Slide the POWER switch in the direction of the arrow to turn on the

CAMERA lamp.

If the POWER switch is set to OFF (CHG), slide it down while pressing the green button.

2 Press EASY.

The EASY lamp lights up in blue. The message appears.
Easy Handycam operation ON

3 Start recording.

Press REC START/STOP (or ). The indicator () changes [STBY] to [REC]. To stop recording, press (or ) again. The picture is recorded in the SP mode (p. 45).

60min REC 0:00:00

Playing back with ease
1 Slide the POWER switch in the direction
of the arrow repeatedly to turn on the PLAY/EDIT lamp.
Recording/Playback The EASY lamp lights up in blue. The message appears.

3 Start playing back.

Touch , then touch

to start playback.

Stop Play/Pause toggles as you touch it Rewind/Fast forward
To cancel Easy Handycam operation

When the PLAY/EDIT lamp lights up
You can use the video operation buttons ( / / / ) on every PAGE.

[PAGE1]

VOL* (Volume)
See page 21. [VOLUME] is displayed during Easy Handycam operation.

SELF TIMER

The self-timer starts recording after about 10 seconds.

DATA CODE*

Displays information recorded automatically (data code) during recording. OFF
Data code is not displayed.

BURN VCD

When your camcorder is connected to a personal computer, you can easily burn the picture recorded on the tape to a CD-R (Direct Access to Video CD Burn). For details, see First Step Guide stored on the supplied CD-ROM.

DATE/TIME

Displays the date and time.

[PAGE3]

V SPD PLAY (Various speed playback)
You can play back in various modes while viewing movies.
Touch the following buttons during

CAM DATA (below)

Displays camera setting data.

60min 0:00:00:00

100 AWB F1. 8 9dB FN

playback.

To Touch
6 SteadyShot off Exposure White balance Gain Shutter speed Aperture value
change the playback direction* play back slowly**
(frame) [ SLOW] To reverse direction : (frame) [ SLOW]
In the DATE/TIME data display, the date and time are displayed in the same area. If you record a picture without setting the clock, [-- -----] and [--:--:--] will appear.
play back 2 times (double speed) faster (double To reverse direction: speed) (frame) (double speed) play back frame by frame (frame) during playback pause. To reverse direction: (frame) during frame playback.
You can adjust the brightness of the LCD screen. The recorded picture will not be affected by this operation. Adjust the brightness with /.

BURN DVD

When your camcorder is connected to a Sony VAIO series personal computer, you can easily burn the picture recorded on the tape to a DVD (Direct Access to Click to DVD). (p. 60)
* Horizontal lines may appear at the top, bottom, or in the center of the screen. This is not a malfunction. **Pictures output from the DV Interface cannot be played back smoothly in slow mode.

When viewed on a 16:9 wide screen TV*
When viewed on a standard TV**
The right side of the bar shows the digital zooming factor. The zooming zone appears when you select the zooming level.
* Picture appears in full screen mode when the wide-screen TV switches to full mode. **Played in 4:3 mode. When you play a picture in the wide mode, it appears as you have seen on the LCD screen or in the viewnder.

STEADYSHOT

You can compensate for camerashake (the default setting is [ON]). Set [STEADYSHOT] to [OFF] ( ) when using a tripod (optional) or the conversion lens (optional).
Up to 20 zoom is performed optically.
Up to 20 zoom is performed optically, and after that, up to 40 zoom is performed digitally.

640 (DCR-HC17E)

Up to 20 zoom is performed optically, and after that, up to 640 zoom is performed digitally.

EDITSEARCH

Does not display screen. / or + on the LCD
800 (DCR-HC19E/HC21E/HC22E)
Up to 20 zoom is performed optically, and after that, up to 800 zoom is performed digitally.
Displays / and + on the LCD screen, and enables the EDIT SEARCH function and Rec review (p. 26).

WIDE SEL (Wide select)

You can record a picture in a ratio suitable for the screen on which it will be displayed. 4:3
Standard setting (to record pictures to be played back on a 4:3 TV).
N.S.LIGHT (NightShot Light)
When using the NightShot plus (p. 22) function to record, you can record clearer pictures by setting [N.S.LIGHT], which emits infrared light (invisible), to [ON] (the default setting).

PLAYER SET/ VCR SET menu

Do not cover the infrared port with your ngers or other objects. The maximum shooting distance using [N.S.LIGHT] is about 3 m (10 feet). If you record subjects in dark places, such as night scenes or in moonlight, set [N.S.LIGHT] to [OFF]. You can make the image color deeper this way.
HiFi SOUND/AUDIO MIX The PLAYER SET menu is for the DCRHC17E/HC19E, and the VCR SET menu is for the DCR-HC21E/HC22E. The default settings are marked with. The indicators in parentheses appear when the items are selected. See page 32 for details on selecting menu items.

Hi SOUND

You can select whether to play back audio recorded using other devices with dual sound or stereo sound. STEREO

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

AUDIO MIX

See page 51.

LCD/VF SET menu

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

WIDE DISP (Wide display)

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

Standard brightness.

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

BRIGHT

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

LCD COLOR

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

Low intensity

High intensity
VF B.L. (Viewnder brightness)
You can adjust the brightness of the viewnder. BRT NORMAL
Brightens the viewnder screen.

TAPE SET menu

REC MODE/AUDIO MODE/REMAIN The default settings are marked with. The indicators in parentheses appear when the items are selected. See page 32 for details on selecting menu items.

SETUP MENU menu

CLOCK SET/USB STREAM/LANGUAGE, etc. The default settings are marked with. The indicators in parentheses appear when the items are selected. See page 32 for details on selecting menu items.
REC MODE (Recording mode)

SP ()

Records in the SP (Standard Play) mode on a cassette.

See page 16.

Increases the recording time to 1.5 times the SP mode (Long Play).
You can record about 510 images in the SP mode and about 765 images in the LP mode on a 60 minutes tape. If you record in the LP mode, a mosaic-like noise may appear or sound may be interrupted when you play back the tape on other camcorders or VCRs. When you mix recordings in the SP mode and in the LP mode on one tape, the playback picture may be distorted or the time code may not be written properly between the scenes.

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

6 Touch 7 Touch [

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

Internal microphone

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

3 Touch

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

appears

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

When you install the Picture Package software on a Windows computer from the supplied CD-ROM, you can enjoy the following operations by connecting your camcorder to your computer.
Software and features available for Macintosh computers differ from those available for Windows computers. For details, refer to chapter 6 of First Step Guide on CD-ROM. For First Step Guide, see the next section. There are 2 ways to connect your camcorder to a computer. USB cable This method is good for copying video and sound recorded on a tape to the computer. A USB cable is not supplied with the DCRHC17E model. If necessary, buy a USB 2.0 cable (Type A to Type B-mini.). A Sony product is recommended. i.LINK cable This method is good for copying video and sound recorded on a tape. Image data is transferred in more clarity than with a USB cable.
still images from pictures saved on your computer and easily create a short original video or slide show with added music and visual styles.
Automatic Music Video Producer
You can easily create a short original video with added music and visual styles using pictures recorded on a tape.

Copying tape to Video CD

You can import the entire contents of a tape to create a video CD as a backup.

Save the images on CD-R

You can save pictures copied onto a computer to a CD-R.

Burning Video CD

You can compose a video CD with a menu of videos and slide shows. ImageMixer VCD2 is compatible with high resolution still pictures.
For details on connection, see First Step Guide.

USB Streaming Tool

You can view the picture your camcorder is playing back on tape or is currently seeing on a computer.

Video Capturing Tool

You can import the entire contents of a tape to a computer.
The CD-ROM (supplied) includes the following software. USB Driver First Step Guide ImageMixer VCD2 Picture Package Ver.1.5
Viewing video and pictures on a computer
You can view the pictures copied from your camcorder by selecting from thumbnails. Still images and movies are saved in folders by date.
Music Video/Slideshow Producer
You can select your favorite movies and

About First Step Guide

First Step Guide is an instruction manual you can refer to on your computer. This First Step Guide describes basic operations, from initial hookup of your camcorder and computer and making settings, to general operation the rst time you use the software stored on the CDROM (supplied). After installing the CDROM, reading Installing the software and First Step Guide on a computer (p. 55), start the First Step Guide, then follow the instructions.

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

The camcorder gets warm.

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

Batteries/Power sources

The power abruptly turns off.
When approximately 5 minutes have elapsed while you do not operate your camcorder, the camcorder is automatically turned off (A.SHUT OFF). Change the setting of [A.SHUT OFF] (p. 46), or turn on the power again, or use the AC adapter. Charge the battery pack (p. 9).
The CHG (charge) lamp does not light while the battery pack is being charged.
Slide the POWER switch up to OFF (CHG) (p. 9). Attach the battery pack to the camcorder correctly (p. 9). No power is supplied from the wall socket. (p. 9). For DCR-HC22E: Insert your camcorder into the Handycam Station correctly (p. 9). The battery charge is completed (p. 9).
The CHG (charge) lamp ashes while the battery pack is being charged.
Attach the battery pack to the camcorder correctly. If the problem persists, disconnect the AC Adaptor from the wall socket and contact your Sony dealer. The battery pack may be damaged.
The power turns off frequently although the remaining battery time indicator indicates that the battery pack has enough power to operate.

On TV color systems

Your camcorder is a PAL system-based camcorder. If you want to view the playback picture on a TV, it must be a PAL system based TV (see the following list) with an AUDIO/VIDEO input jack.

System Used in

To prevent a blank section from being made on the tape
Go to the end of the recorded section using END SEARCH (p. 26) before you begin the next recording in the following cases: You have played back the tape. You have used EDIT SEARCH.
Bahama Islands, Bolivia, Canada, Central America, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, Jamaica, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Peru, Surinam, Taiwan, the Philippines, the U.S.A., Venezuela, etc. Australia, Austria, Belgium, China, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Holland, Hong Kong, Hungary, Italy, Kuwait, Malaysia, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Singapore, Slovak Republic, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, United Kingdom, etc. Brazil Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay. Bulgaria, France, Guiana, Iran, Iraq, Monaco, Russia, Ukraine, etc.

Copyright signal

When you play back
If the cassette you play back on your camcorder contains copyright signals, you cannot copy it to a tape in another video camera connected to your camcorder.

For DCR-HC21E/HC22E:

PAL - M PAL - N SECAM
When you record You cannot record software on your camcorder that contains copyright control signals for copyright protection of software. [Cannot record due to copyright protection.] appears on the LCD screen, or on the viewnder if you try to record such software. Your camcorder does not record copyright control signals on the tape when it records.
When not using your camcorder for a
long time Remove the cassette and store it.
Simple setting of the clock by time difference
You can easily set the clock to the local time by setting a time difference when using your camcorder abroad. Select [WORLD TIME] in the (OTHERS) menu, then set the time difference (p. 46).
To prevent accidental erasure
Slide the write-protect tab on the cassette to set it to SAVE.
About the InfoLITHIUM battery pack

until the power goes off (p. 46).

About battery life

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. Please buy a new battery pack. The battery life varies depending on how it is stored and the operating conditions and environment for each battery pack.
About the remaining battery time indicator
When the power goes off even though the remaining battery time indicator indicates that the battery pack has enough power to operate, charge the battery pack fully again. The indication on the remaining battery time will be indicated correctly. Note, however, that the battery indication will not be restored if it is used in high temperatures for a long time, or if left in a fully charged state, or when the battery pack is frequently used. Use the remaining battery time indication as a guide to the approximate shooting time. The mark that indicates low battery ashes even if there are still 5 to 10 minutes of battery time remaining, depending on the operating conditions or ambient temperature and environment.
About storage of the battery pack
If the battery pack is not used for a long time, fully charge the battery pack and use it up on your camcorder once a year to maintain proper function. To store the battery pack, remove it from your camcorder and put it in a dry, cool place. To discharge the battery pack on your camcorder completely, set [A.SHUT OFF] to [NEVER] on the (OTHERS) menu and leave your camcorder in tape recording standby

About i.LINK

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

* What is Mbps?

What is i.LINK?
i.LINK is a digital serial interface for transferring digital video, digital audio, and other data to other i.LINK-compatible devices. You can also control other devices using the i.LINK. i.LINK-compatible devices can be connected using an i.LINK cable. Possible applications are operations and data transactions with various digital AV devices. When two or more i.LINK-compatible devices are connected to this unit in a daisy chain, operations and data transactions are possible with not only the device that this unit is connected to but also with other devices via the directly connected device. Note, however, that the method of operation sometimes varies according to the characteristics and specications of the device to be connected. Also, operations and data transactions may not be possible on some connected devices.

To clean the LCD screen

How to prevent moisture condensation
When you bring your camcorder from a cold place into a warm place, put your camcorder in a plastic bag and seal it tightly. Remove the bag when the air temperature inside the plastic bag has reached the surrounding temperature (after about one hour).
If ngerprints or dust make the LCD screen dirty, it is recommended you use a soft cloth to clean it. When you use the LCD Cleaning Kit (optional), do not apply the cleaning liquid directly to the LCD screen. Use cleaning paper moistened with the liquid.
On adjustment of the LCD screen

Video head

When the video head becomes dirty, you cannot record pictures normally, or distorted picture or sound is played back. If the following problem occurs, clean the video heads for 10 seconds with the Sony DVM12CLD cleaning cassette (optional). Mosaic-pattern noise appears on the playback picture or the screen is displayed in blue.
(CALIBRATION) The buttons on the touch panel may not work correctly. If this happens, follow the procedure below. It is recommended you connect your camcorder to the wall socket using the supplied AC Adaptor during the operation.
Eject the cassette from your camcorder,
Playback pictures do not move. Playback pictures do not appear or the sound breaks off. [Dirty video head. Use a cleaning cassette.] appears on the screen during recording. [Dirty video head. Use a cleaning cassette.] appears on the screen during playback. The video head suffers from wear after long use. If you cannot obtain a clear image even after using a cleaning cassette, it might be because the video head is worn. Please contact your Sony dealer or local authorized Sony
then disconnect any connecting cables except the AC Adaptor from your camcorder or the Handycam Station supplied with the DCR-HC22E. Slide the POWER switch down to turn on the PLAY/EDIT lamp while pressing DISP/BATT INFO on your camcorder, then press and hold DISP/BATT INFO for about 5 seconds. Touch the displayed on the screen with the corner of the Memory Stick or the like.
The position of the changes. If you did not press the right spot, start from step again.
You cannot calibrate the LCD screen if it is rotated.
charged, the camcorder operation will not be affected as long as you are not recording the date.

Procedures

On handling the casing
If the casing is soiled, clean the camcorder body with a soft cloth lightly moistened with water, and then wipe the casing with a dry soft cloth. Avoid the following to avoid damage to the nish. Using chemicals such as thinner, benzine, alcohol, chemical cloths, repellent and insecticide. Handling with above substances on your hands. Leaving the casing in contact with rubber or vinyl objects for a long period of time.

Connect your camcorder to a wall socket using the supplied AC Adaptor, and leave it with the POWER switch set to OFF (CHG) for more than 24 hours.
To change the battery of the Remote Commander (DCR-HC19E/HC21E/ HC22E)
While pressing on the tab, inset your
ngernail into the slit to pull out the battery case. Place a new battery with the + side facing up. Insert the battery case back into the Remote Commander until it clicks.
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 ngerprints on the lens surface. In hot or humid locations When the lens is exposed to salty air such as at the seaside. Store in a well-ventilated location subject to little dirt or dust. To prevent mold, periodically clean the lens as described above. It is recommended that you operate your camcorder about once a month to keep it in optimum state for a long time.
WARNING Battery may explode if mistreated. Do not recharge, disassemble or dispose of in re. Caution Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer. Discard used batteries according to the manufacturers instructions.
A button-type lithium battery (CR2025) is used in the Remote Commander. Do not use batteries other than the CR2025. When the lithium battery becomes weak, the operating distance of the Remote Commander may shorten, or the Remote Commander may not function properly. In this case, replace the battery with a Sony CR2025 lithium battery. Use of another battery may present a risk of re or explosion.
To charge the pre-installed rechargeable battery
Your camcorder has a pre-installed rechargeable battery to retain the date, time, and other settings even when the POWER switch is set to OFF (CHG). The pre-installed rechargeable battery is always charged while you are using your camcorder but it will get discharged gradually if you do not use your camcorder. The rechargeable battery will be fully discharged in about 3 months if you do not use your camcorder at all. However, even if the pre-installed rechargeable battery is not

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

MVX40i Mini-DV 1CCD Full DV+AV in/out MVX45i Mini-DV 1CCD Full DV+AV in/out MVX3i Mini-DV 1CCD Full DV+AV in/out DM-XM2 Mini-DV 3CCD Full DV+AV in/out DM-XL2 Mini-DV 3CCD Full DV+AV in/out JVC GZ-MC100 MicroDrive 1CCD USB 2.0, AV out GZ-MC200 MicroDrive 1CCD USB 2.0, AV out GZ-MC500 MicroDrive 3CCD USB 2.0, AV out GZ-MG20 HDD 1CCD USB 2.0, AV out GZ-MG30 HDD 1CCD USB 2.0, AV out GZ-MG50 HDD 1CCD USB 2.0, AV out GZ-MG70 HDD 1CCD USB 2.0, AV out GR-D23 Mini-DV 1CCD DV+AV out only GR-D53 Mini-DV 1CCD DV in/out, AV out GR-D73 Mini-DV 1CCD Full DV+AV in/out GR-D93 Mini-DV 1CCD Full DV+AV in/out GR-D230 Mini-DV 1CCD DV+AV in/out GR-DX28 Mini-DV 1CCD DV+AV out only GR-DX57 Mini-DV 1CCD Full DV+AV in/out GR-DX97 Mini-DV 1CCD DV+AV out only GR-D240 Mini-DV 1CCD DV+AV out only GR-D290 Mini-DV 1CCD DV in/out, AV out GR-DF420 Mini-DV 1CCD DV+AV out only GR-DF470 Mini-DV 1CCD Full DV+AV in/out GR-DZ7 Mini-DV 1CCD Full DV+AV in/out GR-PD1 Mini-DV 1CCD Full DV+AV in/out GR-X5 Mini-DV 3CCD Full DV+AV in/out PANASONIC VD-RM55B DVD 1CCD USB 2.0, AV in/out VD-RM75B DVD 1CCD USB 2.0, AV in/out NV-GS17B Mini-DV 1CCD DV+AV out only NV-GS21B Mini-DV 1CCD DV+AV out only NV-GS35B Mini-DV 1CCD DV+AV out only NV-GS75B Mini-DV 3CCD DV+AV out only NV-GS150B Mini-DV 3CCD DV+AV out only NV-GS200B Mini-DV 3CCD Full DV+AV in/out NV-GS250B Mini-DV 3CCD Full DV+AV in/out NV-GS400B Mini-DV 3CCD Full DV+AV in/out SDR-S100 SD Video 3CCD USB 2.0, AV out
SAMSUNG VP-D6550 Mini-DV 1CCD DV+AV out only VP-D351 Mini-DV 1CCD DV+AV out only VP-D353 Mini-DV 1CCD DV+AV out only VP-D323 Mini-DV 1CCD USB 2.0, AV out VP-D325i Mini-DV 1CCD DV in/out, AV out VP-M105 SolidState 1CCD USB 2.0 VP-M110 SolidState 1CCD USB 2.0, AV in/out VP-X110 SolidState 1CCD USB 2.0, AV in/out VP-D230 Mini-DV 1CCD DV+AV out only VP-D270i Mini-DV 1CCD DV in/out, AV out

HITACHI DZ-MV550E DVD 1CCD USB 2.0, AV out DZ-MV580E DVD 1CCD USB 2.0, AV out DZ-MV730E DVD 1CCD USB 2.0, AV out DZ-MV750E DVD 1CCD USB 2.0, AV out DZ-MV780E DVD 1CCD USB 2.0, AV out DZ-GX20E DVD 1CCD USB 2.0, AV out SANYO Xacti VPC-C1E SolidState 1CCD USB 2.0, AV out Xacti VPC-C4E SolidState 1CCD USB 2.0, S-AV out Xacti VPC-C5E SolidState 1CCD USB 2.0, AV out
Note: This is for information only. It is your own responsibility to ensure your equipment is compatible. NTSC Cameras Manufacturer Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Model Elura Elura 2 Elura 2 MC Elura 10 Elura 20 MC Elura 40 MC Elura 50 MC * Elura 60 Elura 65 Elura 70 Elura 80 Elura 85 Elura 90 ES75 ES8400 ES8600 GL1 GL2 Optura Optura 10 MC Optura 20 MC Optura 30 Optura 40 Optura 50 Optura 60 Optura 100 MC Optura 200 MC Optura 300 Optura 400 Optura 500 Optura PI Optura Xi Ultura Vistura XL1 XL2 AV Input Yes - docking Yes - docking Yes - docking Yes - docking Yes - docking Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes unit unit unit unit unit
LANC Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No No No
Yes Yes Yes No No No No No No Yes Yes No No No Yes No Yes Yes No Yes
Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Canon Hitachi Hitachi Hitachi Hitachi Hitachi Hitachi Hitachi JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC
XL1S ZR ZR10 ZR20 * ZR25 MC * ZR30 MC * ZR40 ** ZR45 MC ** ZR50 MC ** ZR60 ZR65 MC ZR70 MC ZR80 ZR85 ZR90 ZR100 ZR200 ZR300 ZR400 DZMV100A(dvd) DZMV200A(dvd) DZMV230A(dvd) DZMV270A(dvd) DZMV350A(dvd) DZMV380A(dvd) DZMV580A GR-300U GR-AX880 GR-AXM210 GR-AXM710 GR-AXM910 GR-D30 GR-D33 GR-D70 GR-D73 GR-D90 GR-D93 GR-D200 GR-DMV96 GR-DV90 GR-DV91U GR-DV500 GR-DV800 GR-DV2000 GR-DV3000 GR-DVF10U GR-DVL100 GR-DVL120 GR-DVL300 GR-DVL320 GR-DVL500 GR-DVL510 GR-DVL520 GR-DVL720 GR-DVL725
Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No No No No No No No
Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No
JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC JVC Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic Panasonic

Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony
DCR-VX1000 DCR-VX2000 DSR-PD100A DSR-PD150 GV-A500 GR-DV900 GV-D200 GV-D1000 VX700 HDR-FX1 VX1000 VX2000 VX2100
Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes
Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Note: This is for information only. It is your own responsibility to ensure your equipment is compatible.

 

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