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Canon ZR65 Mc Instruction Manual
Canon ZR65 MC
User reviews and opinions
|dprabowo||2:21am on Sunday, October 24th, 2010|
|The camera just went dead, does not display image anymore, the LCD screen and viewfinder are blank. This happened right after warranty expired.|
|syro||11:42pm on Tuesday, August 17th, 2010|
|I use the camera at the ice rink. I find if you are within 8 to 10 feet of the object you would like to record, the camera is fine.|
|Kaiser Soze||9:49am on Monday, August 16th, 2010|
|Lets be realistic... Its a fine camera for snapshots & short movies & self improvement The weight makes my wrist sore if used too long. Decent picture. Decent sound. Plenty of special effects. Very limited life expectancy as a recorder. Noisy. Screen stabilization not very good.|
|peter_erskine||3:06am on Saturday, June 12th, 2010|
|risk in defect of CCD My canon zr65 suddenly went black (No image detected). From what I found on the web (a lot of people have the same problem). risk in defect of CCD My canon zr65 suddenly went black (No image detected). From what I found on the web (a lot of people have the same problem).|
|Middel||1:35pm on Friday, May 7th, 2010|
|I own a Canon ZR65MC. I was fine with what the camera offered at the price I paid. I purchased it new from one of the shopping channels.|
|venkatachalam||11:26pm on Saturday, April 17th, 2010|
|After have had the heads cleaned several times, there has been no improvement in playback quality. Replaced tapes, cleaned heads and no improvement. For the individual who wrote about the poor low light quality, I suggest switching the camera to "Low Light".|
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Adjusting the AE Shift...77 Setting the Shutter Speed....78 Setting the White Balance...80 Playback Magnifying the Image...82 Displaying the Data Code....83 Photo Search/Date Search....85 Returning to a Pre-marked Position...86
Recording to a VCR or Digital Video Device..87 Recording from Analog Video Devices (VCR, TV or Camcorder).89 Recording from Digital Video Devices (DV Dubbing)...90 Converting Analog Signals into Digital Signals (Analog-Digital Converter).92 Replacing Existing Scenes (AV Insert)..94 Audio Dubbing....96 Connecting to a Computer Using a DV (IEEE1394) Cable..99
ZR70 MC ZR65 MC
Using a Memory Card
Inserting and Removing the Memory Card..100 Selecting the Image Quality/Size...101 Recording Still Images on a Memory Card..104 Recording Panoramic Images (Stitch Assist Mode)..107 ZR70 MC Recording Motion JPEG Movies on a Memory Card..109 Playing Back a Memory Card...111 Protecting Images....114 Erasing Images...115 Selecting Still Images for Printing (Print Order)..116 Printing with the Direct Print Function...118 Combining Images (Card Mix)....122 Copying Still Images....126 Formatting a Memory Card...128 Connecting to a Computer Using a USB Cable..129 Creating a Start-up Image...130 Memory Card Information...131
Screen Displays...134 List of Messages....138 Maintenance....141 Troubleshooting....145 System Diagram....148 Optional Accessories...149 Specifications....152 Index....154
Conventions Used in This Manual
Operating Mode CAMERA PLAY (VCR) CARD CAMERA CARD PLAY (VCR)
Position of the POWER Switch CAMERA PLAY (VCR) CAMERA PLAY (VCR)
Position of the TAPE/CARD Switch TAPE TAPE CARD CARD
Shaded area : ZR70 MC and ZR65 MC only.
Available functions depend upon the operating mode. It is indicated as follows:
: Function can be used in this mode. : Function cannot be used in this mode.
Other Symbols and References
: Reference page number. : Functions to be operated on the body of the camcorder. : Functions to be operated on the wireless controller. : Additional topics that complement the basic operating procedures. : Precautions related to the camcorder operation.
Capital letters are used to refer to buttons on the camcorder or the wireless controller. [ ] are used to refer to menu items displayed on the screen. Screen refers to the LCD and the viewfinder screen.
The serial number of this product can be found at the battery attachment unit of the camcorder. Write down the number and other information here and retain this book as a permanent record of your purchase to aid identification in case of theft. Date of Purchase: Model Name: ZR70 MC/ZR65 MC/ZR60 Purchased From: Dealer Address: Dealer Phone No.: 8 Serial No.:
Thank You for Choosing a Canon
The Canon ZR70 MC/ZR65 MC/ZR60 provides a full range of options and functions. We recommend reading this manual thoroughly before you use the camcorder. It will help you to become more familiar with your camcorder, and learn how to operate it properly. We suggest that you master the basic operations of the camcorder first, before moving on to its full range of features.
Checking Supplied Accessories
Two AA Batteries
WL-D79 Wireless Controller, ZR60 WL-D80 Wireless Controller
Lens Cap and Lens Cap Cord
SS-800 Shoulder Strap
Lithium Button Battery CR1616
ZR70 MC BP-512 Battery Pack, ZR65 MC ZR60
CA-570 Compact Power Adapter (incl. power cord)
ZR70 MC WA-30.5 Wide Attachment
BP-508 Battery Pack
STV-250N Stereo Video Cable
IFC-300PCU USB Cable SDC-8M SD Memory Card (containing sample images)
Hard Case for SD Memory Card
DV NETWORK SOLUTION DISK
DIGITAL VIDEO SOLUTION DISK
Introducing the ZR70 MC/ZR65 MC/ZR60
22 Optical and 440 Digital Zoom (ZR70 MC) 20 Optical and 400 Digital Zoom (ZR65 MC) 18 Optical and 360 Digital Zoom (ZR60)
Advanced Accessory Shoe (ZR70 MC)
Simply slide Canons DM-50 Directional Stereo Microphone or VL-3 Video Light into the accessory shoe; the camcorder will automatically provide power and connections.
Show your creativity by using the special effects and faders. The multi-image screen captures moving subjects in 4, 9 or 16 sequences of still images.
Stabilizes your recordings even in long telephoto shots (in Camera mode).
Allows recording even in dark places. The Night mode adjusts automatically to the optimum shutter speed.
Memory Card (ZR70 MC/ZR65 MC)
You can record images on a SD Memory Card or MultiMediaCard. Images recorded in Stitch Assist mode can be merged into one panoramic scene with the supplied software.
Super Night Mode and Low Light Plus Mode (ZR70 MC)
With the ZR70 MCs Super Night mode (in Camera mode) and Low Light Plus mode (in Card Camera mode), you can keep on shooting without turning the lights on. The assist lamp (White LED) lights up to illuminate the subject.
Direct Print (ZR70 MC/ZR65 MC)
You can print still images by connecting to a Canon Bubble Jet Printer with Direct Print function.
USB Terminal (ZR70 MC/ZR65 MC)
Allows transfer of memory card data to a computer with built-in USB port. You can organize and edit images on your computer using the supplied software.
Just press the photo button to capture still images like photographs.
My Camera Settings
You can personalize your camcorder by customizing the start-up image and camcorder sounds.
IEEE1394 DV Terminal
The DV terminal allows high-quality transfer with virtually no deterioration in quality of images. You can edit images by connecting the camcorder to a PC with IEEE1394 terminal. Windows XP Users can use the supplied software to perform videoconference and file transfer over the Internet.
Analog Line-in Recording/ Audio Dubbing/AV Insert Editing
ZR70 MC/ZR65 MC/ZR60 E
REC (record) SEARCH button (p. 35) / Record review button (p. 35) / (rewind) button (p. 37) / CARD button* (p. 111)
REC SEARCH + button (p. 35) / (fast forward) button (p. 37) / CARD + button* (p. 111) FOCUS button (p. 75) / (play/pause) button (p. 37) AE SHIFT button (p. 77) / (stop) button (p. 37) / (index screen) button* (p. 112) LCD panel OPEN button (p. 32) BATT. (battery release) button (p. 16)
LCD screen (p. 32) Serial number
Battery attachment unit (p. 16) MENU button (p. 44)
Backup battery cover (p. 19)
DC IN terminal (p. 15) Selector dial (p. 40, 44) Card access indicator* (p. 104) / CHARGE indicator (p. 16) Memory card slot* (p. 100)
Installing the Backup Battery
The backup battery allows the camcorder to retain date, time and other camcorder settings while the power source is disconnected. Power the camcorder from a household power source or with a battery pack when replacing the backup battery.
1. Open the backup battery cover. 2. Insert the lithium battery with the + side facing outward. 3. Close the cover.
WARNING! The battery used in this device may present a fire or chemical burn hazard if mistreated. Do not recharge, disassemble, heat above 212 F (100 C) or incinerate the battery. Replace the battery with a CR1616 made by Panasonic, Hitachi Maxell, Sony, Toshiba, Varta or Renata. Use of other batteries may present a risk of fire or explosion. Do not pick up the battery using tweezers or other metal tools as this will cause a short circuit. Wipe the battery with a clean dry cloth to ensure proper contact. Keep the battery out of reach of children. If it is swallowed, seek medical assistance immediately. The battery case may break and the battery fluids may damage stomach and intestines. Do not disassemble, heat or immerse the battery in water to avoid the risk of explosion. The backup battery has a life span of about a year. j flashes to inform you that it needs to be replaced.
Preparing the Camcorder
E Adjusting the Viewfinder (Diopter Adjustment)
1. Turn on the camcorder and keep the LCD panel closed to adjust the viewfinder. 2. Adjust the diopter adjustment lever.
Do not leave the viewfinder exposed to direct sunlight as it may melt (due to concentration of light by the lens). Adjust the angle of the viewfinder to prevent sunlight from entering.
Attaching the Lens Cap
1. Attach the cord to the lens cap. 2. Pass the grip belt through the loop on the cord.
Press the buttons on the lens cap when attaching/removing it. Hook the lens cap on the grip belt while you are recording, and place it over the lens when you have finished.
Fastening the Grip Belt
Hold the camcorder with your right hand and adjust the belt with your left.
Adjust the grip belt so that you can reach the zoom lever and photo button with your index finger, and the start/stop button with your thumb.
Attaching the Shoulder Strap
For extra security and portability, attach the shoulder strap before using the camcorder.
Pass the ends through the strap mount and adjust the length of the strap.
Mounting the Wide Attachment
The WA-30.5 Wide Attachment gives you a wide perspective for indoor shots or panoramic views (0.6). The wide attachment is for use at maximum wide-angle.
Screw the wide attachment fully into the lens filter thread.
If you zoom to telephoto, the picture will not be in focus. Do not look directly at the sun or other strong light sources through the wide attachment. It could damage your eyesight. When recording in wide angle with the wide attachment, the outer periphery of the image may become curved. Filters cannot be used with the wide attachment. If dust accumulates on the wide attachment or on the camcorder lens, clean both lenses gently with a blower brush. The wide attachment may obstruct the remote sensor (the range of the wireless controller narrows), or may cause a shadow to appear on the picture when recording with a video light or the assist lamp (White LED). Do not touch the lens to avoid smudges and fingerprints. Do not store the wide attachment in a humid place as it may mold. 21
Loading a Cassette
Use only videocassettes marked with the D logo.
Loading and Unloading
1. Slide and hold the OPEN/EJECT switch and open the cassette compartment cover.
The cassette compartment opens automatically.
Tape protection tab
2. Load/unload the cassette.
Load the cassette with the window facing the grip belt and the REC/SAVE tab facing
upward. Unload the cassette by pulling it straight out.
3. Press the P mark on the cassette compartment until it clicks.
Wait for the cassette compartment to retract automatically.
4. Close the cassette compartment cover.
Do not interfere with the cassette compartment while it is opening or closing automatically or attempt to close the cover until the cassette compartment has fully retracted. Be careful not to get your fingers caught in the cassette compartment cover. If the camcorder is connected to a power source, cassettes can be loaded/unloaded even if the POWER switch is set to OFF. v flashes if no cassette is inserted when turning on the power (in CAMERA and PLAY (VCR) mode). With some types of tapes, the remaining tape display may not be accurate. 22
Protecting Tapes from Accidental Erasure
To protect your recordings from accidental erasure, slide the tab on the cassette to the left. (This switch position is usually labeled SAVE or ERASE OFF.) If you load a protected cassette in CAMERA mode, the message THE TAPE IS SET FOR
3. Close the LCD panel after use.
Close the LCD panel firmly until it clicks. The LCD screen switches off and the
viewfinder switches on.
Make sure to open the LCD panel at 90 degrees before rotating it. Rotate the LCD panel in the vertical position before closing the LCD panel. When recording outdoors or through a window, do not leave the LCD screen, viewfinder or lens exposed to direct sunlight as it may cause damage. Do not hold the camcorder by the LCD panel or the viewfinder. About the LCD Screen: The LCD screen is produced with extremely highprecision manufacturing techniques, with more than 99.99% of the pixels operating to specification. Less than 0.01% of the pixels may occasionally misfire or appear as black or green dots. This has no effect on the recorded image and does not constitute a malfunction. Bright light or reflected light may cause a vertical light bar to appear on the screen. This is not a malfunction. Bright light may make it difficult to use the LCD screen. In such case, use the viewfinder instead.
Adjusting the Brightness of the LCD Screen
CAMERA PLAY (VCR) CARD CAMERA BRIGHTNESS CARD PLAY (VCR)
2. Turn the selector dial to select [DISPLAY SET UP] and press the selector dial. 3. Turn the selector dial to select [BRIGHTNESS] and press the selector dial. 4. Turn the selector dial and adjust the level.
Turn the selector dial up to make the screen brighter and down to make it darker.
Changing the brightness of the LCD screen does not affect that of the viewfinder or the recordings.
Allowing the Subject to Monitor the LCD Screen
You can rotate the LCD panel so that the screen faces in the same direction as the lens. The viewfinder switches on allowing you to use the viewfinder while the subject can monitor the screen.
When you rotate the screen so that the screen faces in the same direction as the lens, the image appears mirror reversed (LCD MIRROR ON). However, you can choose to display the image as it is being recorded (LCD MIRROR OFF).
CARD CAMERA LCD MIRRORON
1. Press the MENU button to open the menu. 2. Turn the selector dial to select [DISPLAY SET UP] and press the selector dial. 3. Turn the selector dial to select [LCD MIRROR] and press the selector dial. 4. Turn the selector dial to select [OFF]. 5. Press the MENU button to close the menu.
When [LCD MIRROR] is set to [ON], most screen displays appear mirror reversed.
Searching and Reviewing when Recording
REC (record) SEARCH button/ v Record review button REC SEARCH + button
CAMERA PLAY (VCR) CARD CAMERA CARD PLAY (VCR) Mastering the Basics
In record pause mode, this function allows you to review the last few seconds of your recording to check if it has been recorded properly.
If the playback picture is distorted, clean the video heads using a Canon Head Cleaning Cassette or a commercially available digital video head-cleaning cassette. To use the viewfinder, close the LCD panel. The built-in speaker does not sound. Use headphones when using the viewfinder ( 39). For displaying the date and time during playback, see Displaying the Data Code ( 83).
Special Playback Modes E
Special playback modes (except of playback pause and fast/rewind playback) can only be operated with the wireless controller.
` (rewind) button 1 (fast forward) button
REW PLAY STOP PAUSE SLOW 2 FF
3 (stop) button e/a (play/pause) button
e/a (Playback Pause)
To pause playback, press the e/a button. Press the e/a button to resume playback. The camcorder goes into stop mode after 5 minutes in playback pause mode.
1 (Fast Forward Playback) / ` (Rewind Playback)
Plays back the tape at 9.5 times normal speed (forward or reverse). Press and hold the button during normal playback or fast forward.
+/ae (Frame Advance) / /4a (Frame Reverse)
Plays back frame-by-frame. Press the button repeatedly during playback pause. Press and hold it to play back continuous frame advance/frame reverse.
SLOW I (Slow Forward)/(Slow Reverse)
Plays back at about 1/3 normal speed. For slow forward playback, press the SLOW M button. For slow reverse playback, press the /4a button followed by the SLOW M button. Press the e (play) button to return to normal playback.
/4a (Reverse Playback)
Plays back in reverse at normal speed. Press the button during normal playback. Press the e (play) button return to normal playback. The camcorder goes into stop mode after 5 minutes in reverse playback pause.
2 (Forward 2 Playback)/(Reverse 2 Playback)
Plays back at 2 times normal speed. Press the button during normal or reverse playback. Press the e (play) button return to normal playback. There is no sound during special playback. The picture may become distorted during some special playback modes. 38
Playing Back with the Built-in Speaker/Headphones
Built-in speaker H (phones) terminal
When using the built-in speaker, make sure that H is not displayed on the screen. When using the headphones, make sure that H is displayed. Change the setting as necessary following the procedure below.
Switching the AV/Headphones Terminal
Mastering the Basics CAMERA VCR SET UP PLAY (VCR) CARD CAMERA AV/PHONESAV CARD PLAY (VCR)
Setting Options CARD CHROMA, CARD LUMI., CAM. CHROMA, C. ANIMATION CORNER, STRAIGHT, RANDOM
AUTO, 1/60, 1/100, 1/250, 1/500, 1/1000, 78 1/2000 ZR70 MC ZR65 MC ZROFF, 88, 440 OFF, 80, 400 OFF, 72, 360 ON, OFF 69 ON, OFF AUTO, SET W, INDOOR T, OUTDOOR U SP, LP AV, PHONES H ON, OFF 16bit, 12bit Using the Full Range of Features
PLAY (VCR) Menu (VCR MENU)
CAMERA PLAY (VCR) Menu Item REC MODE AV/PHONES AV \ DV OUT AUDIO SET UP OUTPUT CH AUDIO DUB. WIND SCREEN AUDIO MODE 12bit AUDIO MIX BALANCE CARD SET UP *2 SI QUALITY MOVIE SIZE *1 FILE NOS. Using the Full Range of Features CARD OPERATIONS *2 DISPLAY SET UP COPY
CARD CAMERA Setting Options SP, LP AV, PHONES H ON, OFF L/R, L/L, R/R AUDIO IN, MIC. IN ON, OFF 16bit, 12bit
Submenu VCR SET UP
STEREO1, STEREO2, MIX/FIXED, MIX/VARI.
SUPER FINE, FINE, NORMAL 320 240, RESET, CONTINUOUS CANCEL, EXECUTE
BRIGHTNESS DISPLAYS 6SEC. DATE DATA CODE D/TIME SEL. ON, OFF <PLAYBK> ON, OFF DATE/TIME, CAMERA DATA, CAM. & D/T DATE, TIME, DATE & TIME ON, PUSH ON, OFF GREEN, ORANGE, BLUE, YELLOW, TURQUOISE, PURPLE A1, A2, OFF B ON, OFF See list of time zones
BUTTONLIGHT *1 LIGHT COLOR *1 WL. REMOTE BEEP T.ZONE/DST D/TIME SET
S-UP IMAGE*3 SHTR SOUND *2 S-UP SOUND S/STOP SOUND SELF-T SOUND
ON, OFF PATTERN1, PATTERN2, PATTERN3 PATTERN1, PATTERN2, PATTERN3 PATTERN1, PATTERN2, PATTERN3 PATTERN1, PATTERN2, PATTERN3
*1 ZR70 MC , *2 ZR70 MC and ZR65 MC , *3
CARD CAMERA Menu (C. CAM. MENU)
PLAY (VCR) CARD CAMERA CARD PLAY (VCR)
Submenu Menu Item CAMERA SET UP SHUTTER WHITE BAL. CARD SET UP SI QUALITY SI SIZE MOVIE SIZE FILE NOS. VCR SET UP AUDIO SET UP *1 AV/PHONES WIND SCREEN BRIGHTNESS LCD MIRROR TV SCREEN D/T DISPLAY DEMO MODE SYSTEM BUTTONLIGHT *1 *1
Setting Options AUTO, 1/60, 1/100, 1/250 AUTO, SET W, INDOOR T, OUTDOOR U SUPER FINE, FINE, NORMAL 1024 768, 320 240, RESET, CONTINUOUS AV, PHONES H ON, OFF
ON, OFF ON, OFF ON, OFF ON, OFF ON, PUSH ON, OFF GREEN, ORANGE, BLUE, YELLOW, TURQUOISE, PURPLE A1, A2, OFF B ON, OFF See list of time zones
LIGHT COLOR *1 WL. REMOTE BEEP T.ZONE/DST D/TIME SET MY CAMERA SHTR SOUND S-UP SOUND S/STOP SOUND SELF-T. SOUND *1 ZR70 MC
PATTERN1, PATTERN2, PATTERN3 PATTERN1, PATTERN2, PATTERN3 PATTERN1, PATTERN2, PATTERN3 PATTERN1, PATTERN2, PATTERN3
CARD PLAY (VCR) Menu (C.PLAY MENU)
PLAY (VCR) Menu Item COPY \ PRINT ORDERS ALL ERASE IMAGE ERASE FORMAT CARD CAMERA CARD PLAY (VCR) SP, LP AV, PHONES H 33 ON, OFF DATE, TIME, DATE & TIME ON, PUSH ON, OFF GREEN, ORANGE, BLUE, YELLOW, TURQUOISE, PURPLE A1, A2, OFF A ON, OFF See list of time zones 118
Submenu CARD OPERATIONS (Single Image Display)
Setting Options CANCEL, EXECUTE YES, NO CANCEL, SINGLE, ALL CANCEL, EXECUTE
CARD OPERATIONS (Index Screen) VCR SET UP
The image flips into the screen.
The image flips out of the screen. 62
The image appears in 16 pieces. The pieces move around until the puzzle is solved. The image is divided into 16 pieces. The pieces move around and disappear.
The image appears in zigzag from the top of the screen.
Black stripes appear in zigzag from the bottom of the screen until they cover the whole image.
The screen turns yellow, forms a beam that becomes thinner and the image appears. A yellow beam appears in the center of the screen and expands until it covers the whole image.
The image appears from both sides like tides.
The image disappears from both sides like tides.
Selecting a Fader
1. In CAMERA mode, set the program selector to Q.
2. Press the DIGITAL EFFECTS button.
[D.EFFECTS |], [FADER], [EFFECT] and [MULTI-S] appear.
3. Select [FADER]. 4. Select the fader option. 5. Press the DIGITAL EFFECTS button.
The name of the selected fader flashes. CAMERA mode:
6. Fade in: In record pause mode, press the ON/OFF button and begin recording by pressing the start/stop button. Fade out: During recording, press the ON/OFF button and pause recording by pressing the start/stop button.
The fader can be activated/deactivated by pressing the ON/OFF button. PLAY (VCR) mode:
6. Fade in: In playback pause mode, press the ON/OFF button and begin playback by pressing the e/a button. Fade out: During playback, press the ON/OFF button and pause playback by pressing the e/a button.
The fader can be activated/deactivated by pressing the ON/OFF button.
ZR70 MC ZR65 MC Faders cannot be selected when Card Mix is activated.
The image becomes like a paint (solarization).
Black and White (BLK & WHT)
The image becomes black and white.
The image becomes monochrome with a brownish tint.
The image is blurred through enlarging the size of some pixels.
The image becomes like a ball.
The image becomes a cube and rotates.
Both ends of the image sway in waves.
Color Masking (COLOR M.)
The image becomes a rhombus surrounded by a masking frame that changes the colors.
Creates a symmetrical image as if there would be a mirror in the center of the screen.
ZR70 MC ZR65 MC Only Black and White can be used in CARD CAMERA mode.
Selecting an Effect
1. Press the DIGITAL EFFECTS button.
[D.EFFECTS OFF], [FADER], [EFFECT] and [MULTI-S] appear.
2. Select [EFFECT]. 3. Select the effect.
4. Press the DIGITAL EFFECTS button.
The name of the selected effect flashes.
5. Press the ON/OFF button.
The name of the selected effect stops flashing. The effect can be activated/deactivated by pressing the ON/OFF
Selecting an Effect in CARD CAMERA Mode
2. Press the ON/OFF button.
BLK&WHT stops flashing. The effect can be activated/deactivated by pressing the ON/OFF button.
Using the Multi-Image Screen
The multi-image screen captures moving subjects in 4, 9 or 16 sequences of still images with the Image Capture feature and displays them at one time. Sound will be recorded normally. This feature can be used in CAMERA and PLAY (VCR) mode. You can choose the transition speed at which to capture the subject from manual, fast (every 4 frames), moderate (every 6 frames*) or slow (every 8 frames*). * In Low Light mode: moderate (every 8 frames), slow (every 12 frames).
Selecting the Multi-Image Screen
1. Set the program selector to Q.
3. Select [MULTI-S].
[S.SPEED] and [S.SPLIT] appears.
4. Select [S.SPEED].
[MANUAL], [FAST], [MOD.] and [SLOW] appear.
5. Select the transition speed. 6. Select [MULTI-S] again.
7. Select [S.SPLIT].
, ,  settings appear.
8. Select the number of sequences. 9. Press the DIGITAL EFFECTS button.
Capturing 10.Press the ON/OFF button.
MANUAL: Images will be captured each time you press the ON/OFF button. The blue frame indicating the next sequence disappears after the last image. To cancel the last captured image, press and hold the ON/OFF button. To cancel the multi-image screen, press and release the ON/OFF button. FAST, MODERATE, SLOW: The set number of images will be captured at the set speed. To cancel the multi-image screen, press the ON/OFF button.
11.Press the start/stop button begin recording.
The multi-image screen is recorded on the tape. The multi-image screen cannot be operated in Night and Super Night (ZR70 MC) mode. You can operate the multi-image screen only in the following playback modes: - When [S.SPEED] is set to [MANUAL]: Playback pause, slow forward/reverse playback - When [S.SPEED] is set to [FAST], [MOD.] or [SLOW]: Playback pause The multi-image screen can be operated in record or record pause mode. ZR70 MC ZR65 MC The multi-image screen cannot be selected when Card Mix is activated. In PLAY (VCR) mode: Pressing any tape operation button (such as play or pause), or performing date/photo search cancels the multi-image screen.
121) and Direct Print Related
Selecting the Number of Copies
A maximum of 9 copies can be selected for one still image.
1. In the print setting menu, turn the selector dial so that appears next to [Copies] and press the selector dial.
2. Turn the selector dial to select the number of copies and press the selector dial.
Setting the Print Style
Paper Size Card #1*, Card #2*, Card #3*, LTR, A4 For details on paper type, refer to the Bubble Jet Printer User Guide. Borders Borderless Bordered Prints right to the edges of the page Prints with a border
* Recommended paper size
Selecting the paper size:
1. In the print setting menu, turn the selector dial to select [Style] and press the selector dial.
2. Make sure that dial.
is selected and press the selector
3. Turn the selector dial to select the paper size and press the selector dial. 4. Press the MENU button.
You return to the print setting menu.
Selecting the Borders:
and press the selector dial.
3. Select a setting option and press the selector dial. 4. Press the MENU button.
You return to the print setting menu. Bordered: The image area remains relatively unchanged from the recorded image when it is printed. Borderless: The center portion of the recorded image is printed at an enlarged size. The images top, bottom and sides may be cropped slightly.
Printing with Print Order Settings
You can print still images you have selected with the Print Order function. If you wish to print more than 1 copy, set the number of copies in the print order ( 116).
CAMERA PRINT PLAY (VCR) CARD CAMERA CARD PLAY (VCR)
1. Connect the printer to the camcorder ( 2. Press the MENU button. 3. Select [\ PRINT].
The print setting menu appears. Set print order appears, when you connect a printer with direct print function and select \ PRINT without having set the print order. The total number of prints set in the print order is displayed on the upper left of the screen.
4. Set the print style.
Setting the Print Style ( 119).
5. In the print setting menu, select [OK] and press the selector dial.
Printing starts. The print setting menu disappears when printing is complete. Cancel Printing Press the selector dial while Now Printing is displayed. A confirmation dialog appears. Select [OK] and press the selector dial. Printing stops even if it is incomplete and the paper is fed through. Restarting Printing (with print order only) Open the CARD PLAY (VCR) menu and select [\ PRINT]. Select [Restart] in the print setting menu and press the selector dial. The remaining images will be printed. Printing cannot be restarted in the following cases: - When you change the print order settings. - When you delete a still image with print order settings. Printing Errors If an error occurs during the printing process, an error message appears ( 140). With most errors, printing resumes automatically after you correct the error. If the error persists, press the selector dial to cancel printing. Follow below procedure when disconnecting the interface cable: 1. Disconnect the cable from the camcorder and printer. 2. Turn off the camcorder.
Viewfinder picture is blurred.
Pressing the playback button does not start playback. Camcorder is turned off, or is not set to PLAY (VCR) mode. Cassette is not loaded. Tape reached the end ( flashes on the screen). Image will not appear [AV/PHONES] is set to on the TV screen. [PHONESH] in the menu. [AV / DV OUT] is set to [ON]. Tape is running, but TV/VIDEO selector on the TV image will not appear is not set to VIDEO. on the TV screen. Video heads are dirty. You attempted to play back or dub copyright protected tape. No sound from the built- Speaker volume is turned in speaker. off. Set the camcorder to PLAY (VCR) mode. Load a cassette. Rewind the tape. Set [AV/PHONES] to [AV] in the menu. Set [AV / DV OUT] to [OFF]. Set the selector to VIDEO. Clean the video heads. Stop playback/dubbing. 142 91
Adjust the volume with the selector dial.
Memory Card Operation
Problem Memory card cannot be inserted. Memory card cannot be recorded.
Cause Solution Memory card was not facing Turn the memory card over and reinsert it. the correct direction. Replace the memory card or Memory card is full. erase images. Format the memory card. Memory card is not formatted. Memory card is not inserted. Insert a memory card. Set [FILE NUMBERS] to File number reached [RESET] and insert a new maximum value. memory card. Change the position of the SD Memory Card is protect switch. protected. Memory card cannot be Camcorder is not set to Set the camcorder to CARD played back. PLAY (VCR) mode. CARD PLAY (VCR) mode. Memory card is not inserted. Insert a memory card. Image cannot be erased. Image is protected. Cancel the protection. Change the position of the SD memory card is protect switch. protected. flashes red. Turn off the camcorder. Card error occurred. Remove and reinsert the memory card. Format the memory card if flashing persists.
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WS-20 Wrist Strap SS-800 Shoulder Strap
WA-30.5 Wide Attachment
WL-D79 Wireless Controller ZR60 WL-D80 Wireless Controller
BP-500 Series Battery Pack CG-570 Battery Charger CB-570 Car Battery Cable CA-570 Compact Power Adapter
MiniDV Video Cassette
FS-30.5U Filter Set
BP-500 Series Battery Pack
ZR70 MC VL-3 Video Light
S-150 S-video Cable TV STV-250N Stereo Video Cable
ZR70 MC DM-50 Directional
Commercially available DV Cable
PC Card Adapter BP-900 Series Battery Pack* VL-10Li Battery Video Light SD Memory Card USB Reader/Writer FD Adapter MultiMediaCard IFC-300PCU USB Cable Computer
Stereo Microphone (commercially available)
Bubble Jet Printer with direct print function SC-1000 Soft Carrying Case SC-A50 Soft Carrying Case
* Charging with the CA-920 Compact Power Adapter or CH-910 Dual Battery Charger/Holder (both optional) 148
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BP-500 Series Battery Packs
When you need extra battery packs, select from the following: BP-511, BP-512, BP-522 or BP-535.
CG-570 Battery Charger
The battery charger can be used with the supplied CA-570 Compact Power Adapter or the optional CB-570 Car Battery Cable to charge BP500 series battery packs.
Battery Pack BP-508 (ZR65 MC/ZR60) BP-512 (ZR70 MC/Optional) BP-511 (Optional) BP-522 (Optional) BP-535 (Optional) Charging Time 55 min. 95 min. 95 min. 140 min. 205 min.
CB-570 Car Battery Cable
Use the car battery cable with the CG-570 Battery Charger to charge battery packs on the move. The car battery cable plugs into your cars cigarette lighter and runs off a 12-24 V DC negative ground battery.
This tele-converter lens increases the focal length of the camcorder lens by a factor of 1.9. The image stabilizer is not as effective when the tele-converter is attached. The image quality may be degraded at the telephoto side. The minimum focusing distance with the Tele-converter is 13.1 ft (4 m); 1.6 in. (4 cm) on maximum wide angle.
This lens decreases focal length by a factor of 0.7, giving you a wide perspective for indoor
shots or panoramic views.
Neutral density and MC protector filters help you to control difficult lighting conditions.
VL-10Li Battery Video Light
This compact yet powerful video light can be used for both indoor and outdoor shooting. The video light is powered by BP-900 series battery packs. Approximate usage time: BP-915: 60 min., BP-930: 120 min., BP-945: 170 min. BP-900 series battery packs are charged with the CA-920 Compact Power Adapter (optional).
VL-3 Video Light
This video light enables you to record brightly in color even in dark places. It attaches to the camcorders advanced accessory shoe for cablefree operation.
DIGITAL VIDEO CAMCORDER
Share All the Wonder and Excitement of Life
Designed for point and shoot simplicity, Canon's new ZR70 MC /ZR65 MC /ZR60 camcorders allow everyone to great results without any effort at all. Place the camcorder in your hand, and it fits comfortably and securely, like you've owned it for years. No learning curve is necessary as soon find yourself shooting crisp, vibrant video and life-like digital photos, just by pressing a single button. Connect your camcorder to a computer running Windows or Mac Operating Systems, and experience the digital world like it was meant to be, quick, seamless, and fun. Canon, the trusted name in optics for decades, has made capturing memories more convenient, exciting, and easier than ever.
MiniDV is the new preferred format for personal and broadcast-quality video, highly regarded for its high audio and image quality. With up to 540 lines of horizontal resolution and minimum color noise, MiniDV delivers a 20% clearer picture than analog camcorder formats. All this, in a handy, super-compact cassette.
22x Optical Zoom Lens (ZR70 MC ) 20x Optical Zoom Lens (ZR65 MC ) 18x Optical Zoom Lens (ZR60)
What sets a Canon camcorder apart from all the others? Its the only camcorder made by a company renowned for high-quality professional optics. Our vast expertise in designing and crafting precision lenses for 35mm and broadcast TV cameras also goes into every camcorder lens we make. The ZR70 MC , ZR65 MC and ZR60s optical zoom lens delivers superb definition and contrast, taking full advantage of the DV format. The digital zoom extends the camcorders magnification revealing details too small to see with the naked eye. With the ZR70 MC , you can attach the supplied WA-30.5 Wide Attachment which decreases the focal length by a factor of 0.6, giving you a wide perspective for indoor shots or panoramic views.
A high quality image stabilization system corrects camcorder shake instantly, so your videos always look smooth, steady and natural even when shooting hand-held at full telephoto.
Image Stabilizer OFF
440x Digital When attaching the Wide Attachment 0.6x to the ZR70 MC 22x Image Stabilizer ON
Program Auto Exposure
While the Easy Recording mode is fine for most shooting situations, the camcorder also includes additional preprogrammed auto exposure modes (Auto, Sports, Portrait, Spotlight, Sand & Snow, Low Light and Night mode), each carefully designed to give you the best possible image results under special shooting conditions. In situations normally too dark for recording, the camcorder uses the Night mode to select the ideal shutter speed and sensitivity combination to brighten up the scene, without sacrificing color.
The fully-automatic ZR70 MC , ZR65 MC and ZR60 gives great results even in the hands of a novice, while experts will appreciate the manual focus, exposure, white balance and shutter speed controls.
Super Night Mode and Low Light Plus Mode (ZR70 MC only)
Even when the light has faded, you can keep on shooting with the ZR70 MC s Super Night mode (in Camera mode) and Low Light Plus mode (in Card Camera mode). The assist lamp lights up to illuminate the subject allowing you to capture the action without turning the lights on.
Sand & Snow
Low Light Plus
Spotlight Low Light Night mode
You can send an analog video signal from a TV, VCR or a camcorder into the ZR70 MC , ZR65 MC or ZR60 and record it onto a DV tape, or convert the analog signal into digital signal, for direct transfer to digital video devices or computers equipped with a IEEE1394 terminal*.
*The Analog to Digital Converter may not function depending on the software used.
IEEE1394 DV Terminal
An IEEE1394-compliant DV terminal lets you connect the ZR70 MC , ZR65 MC or ZR60 to a DV-compatible computer or another Canon DV camcorder. Transfer your digital movies to your computers hard disk, edit your scenes, then use them to create highimpact Web sites, video e-mail, interactive CDs and DVDs, or a personal video album. Included Software With DV Messenger, you can use your Canon camcorder for Internet Video Chat with Microsoft Windows Messenger through IEEE1394. Control the zoom and focus of your camcorder or the person you are chatting with. Preview thumbnails and transfer photos. Watch and control the video playback of either camcorder - all from your computer.
USB Terminal (ZR70 MC and ZR65
Allows high-speed transfer of images from your SD Memory Card or MultiMediaCard to your computer. By using the USB cable and software provided, you can process and organize your images on your PC. Included Software The ZR70 MC /ZR65 MC /ZR60 Kit includes software for image management and editing: ZoomBrowser EX (Windows) and ImageBrowser (Macintosh) which let you easily download, browse, archive, and retouch your photos. Automatically resize images and attach them to e-mail, arrange them for printing, and add text.
Advanced Dual Image Signal Processing
Canon technology allows you to capture perfect video and the perfect photo. Since video and printed photos have different needs why should they be treated the same? The camcorder uses two different processing techniques to maximize quality for display on a TV or for printing.
Direct Print with Canon Bubble Jet Printers (ZR70 MC and ZR65 MC only)
Print directly from your camcorder to select Canon Bubble Jet Printers. A single USB cable connects the printer to the ZR70 MC or ZR65 MC and all printing options can be controlled from the camcorder's menu. Options include: selecting the print quantity and whether you would like bordered or borderless prints.
SD Memory Card and MultiMediaCard (ZR70 MC and ZR65 MC only)
The ZR70 MC and ZR65 MC expands video possibilities with a built-in slot for an SD (Secure Digital) Memory Card or a MultiMediaCard, in addition to a MiniDV cassette. With the ZR70 MC , you can also capture small movie clips to the memory card in Motion JPEG format. Easily transfer images to your PC directly from the camcorder using USB and IEEE1394. Produce effects not possible with just a cassette using the Card Mix Effects. Choose one of the sample images provided on the supplied SD Memory Card (such as picture frames, backgrounds and animations) and combine it with the live video recording.
Exif Print (ZR70 MC and ZR65
The ZR70 MC , ZR65 MC and ZR60 utilize high-precision optics, a premium image stabilization system, and the latest processing technology to deliver outstanding video in all situation.
The ZR70 and ZR65 support Exif Print (2.2), a worldwide standard that enhances communication between digital cameras and printers. At the time of shooting, vital camcorder settings and scene data are recorded with the image, resulting in realistic and reliable color reproduction. Poor lighting or mistakes can also be corrected, allowing photos to be even better than the originals.
Flexible LCD View Screen and Color Viewfinder
Motion JPEG (ZR70
The ZR70 MC lets you record short movie clips in Motion JPEG format onto the inserted memory card, for clear images and smooth playback. You may choose to record up to 10 seconds at 320 X 240 pixels or up to 30 seconds at 160 X 120 pixels.
The bright 2.5 LCD view screen makes it easy to compose sensational shots without having to squint into the viewfinder. You can rotate the screen for high-or low-angle shots, or turn it around 180 to record yourself. When youre done shooting, the screen is perfect for reviewing your scenes.
XGA High Resolution Photos (ZR70 MC and ZR65
Digital Photo Mode
For added flexibility, you may take up to 700 still images on a MiniDV single tape (in SP Mode). The camcorder records the photos for approximately 6 seconds, as well as recording the sound for your verbal notes or narration. You can search through the recorded tape for your photos using the supplied remote control.
The ZR70 and ZR65 camcorders capture beautiful high definition photos. Just press the photo button to capture stunning XGA (1024 x 768 pixel) images onto the included 8 MB SD Memory Card. For added flexibility, you can also select the compression size (Superfine/Fine/Normal).
My Camera Function
Personalize your camcorder by customizing the start-up image and camcorder operation sounds. With the ZR70 MC and ZR65 MC , you can choose a start-up image from the included software CD or use your own digital recordings.
Show your creativity by using the special effects and digital faders available with the ZR70 MC , ZR65 MC and ZR60. A wide selection of faders and special effects will add visual appeal and greater imaging variety.
Selectable Color Light-up Buttons (ZR70 MC only)
To make the ZR70 MC easier to use in dark surroundings, the VCR playback buttons can be illuminated in any one of the six colors: turquoise, blue, green, yellow, violet, and orange. Press one of the buttons and they simultaneously change color. You can also select to turn them off, or set them to light up only when a button is pressed.
PCM Digital Sound
The ZR70 MC , ZR65 MC and ZR60 offer two digital audio modes, 12 and 16-bit. You can select 16bit mode for high-quality, CD-equivalent stereo sound, or 12-bit to record only two of four channels, leaving two channels free for you to record additional sound later.
Faders Add a variety of transitions to your movies with a fade to or from black. Choose from Fade Trigger, Wipe, Corner, Jump, Flip, Puzzle, Zigzag, Beam and Tide.
StitchAssist (ZR70 MC and ZR65
By using the StitchAssist Mode, you can create magnificent panoramas. Shoot your landscape, and transfer them to your computer. Then simply select and arrange your images in the correct order, and the supplied PhotoStitch software does the rest, aligning, overlapping and cropping the separate images to form one ultra-wide panoramic still image.
Special Effects For a more creative look, you can switch on the following digital effects during recording or playback: Art, Black & White, Sepia, Mosaic, Ball, Cube, Wave, Color Mask or Mirror.
* In Card mode: Only black and white is available. Ball
Advanced Accessory Shoe (ZR70 MC only)
Want to add an accessory microphone or video light? Simply slide Canons DM50 Directional Stereo Microphone or VL-3 Video Light into the accessory shoe; the camcorder will automatically provide power and connections. No external power or cables are required.
Multi-image Screen Divide your screen into four, nine or sixteen pictures with the Image Capture function. You can choose the speed at which the images are captured: Manual, Slow, Moderate or Fast.
Lithium Ion Battery Microphone Terminal Built-in Speaker Photo Search/Date Search Time Code/Data Code Superb Playback Function S-Video Input/Output Self-Timer Confirmation Beep Zero Set Memory World Clock 16:9 Wide Screen Mode AV Insert and Audio Dubbing Remote Control Record Search & Review
MULTI I MAGE SCREEN
CB-570 Car Battery Cable Lithium Ion Battery Packs
Extra batteries for use with the camcorders.
Battery pack BP-508 (single-capacity) (ZR65 MC /ZR60: supplied) BP-512 (single-capacity) (ZR70 MC : supplied, ZR65 MC /ZR60: optional) BP-511 (single-capacity) (optional) BP-522 (double-capacity) (optional) BP-535 (triple-capacity) (optional) Maximum recording time using viewfinder using LCD screen 1 hr. 40 min. 3 hr. 3 hr. 6 hr. 10 min. 9 hr. 50 min. 1 hr. 15 min. 2 hr. 20 min. 2 hr. 20 min. 4 hr. 55 min. 7 hr. 50 min.
TL-30.5 Tele-converter DM-50 Directional Stereo Microphone
(ZR70 MC only) Attaches to the shoe for cable-free operation. Picks up shotgun or shotgun + surrounding sound. Powered by the camcorders power source. Wind shields included. Increases focal length by 1.9x. Image resolution may be lower when the zoom is at the tele-angle position with TL-30.5.
Use the car battery cable with the CG-570 Battery Charger to charge battery packs on the move. Cannot be used to power camcorder directly.
Gives wide-angle coverage at 0.7x.
VL-3 Video Light
(ZR70 MC only) This 3W light attaches to the shoe for cable-free operation. Continuous on and auto on/off settings. Powered by the camcorders power source.
VL-10Li Battery Video Light
Powerful 10 W illumination. A BP-900 series battery attaches directly, so operation is cable-free.
FS-30.5U Filter Set
Includes neutral density (ND 8) filter and MC protector.
WS-20 Wrist Strap
CG-570 Battery Charger
The battery charger can be used with the supplied CA-570 Compact Power Adapter or the optional CB-570 Car Battery Cable to charge BP-500 series battery packs.
SC-1000 Soft Carrying Case
SC-A50 Soft Carrying Case
DVM-E60/DVM-E80 Digital Video Cassette
DVM-CL Digital Video Head Cleaning Cassette
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7.4 V DC (Battery), 8.4 V DC (DC IN) Using viewfinder: 2.9 W Using LCD screen: 3.8 W Television system EIA standard (525 lines, 60 fields) NTSC color signal Video recording system 2 rotary heads, helical scanning system DV system (Consumer digital VCR SD system) Digital component recording. Audio recording system PCM digital sound: 16 bit (48kHz/2ch), 12 bit (32kHz/4ch) 1 Image sensor /6" CCD (charge coupled device) approx. 680,000 pixels (effective pixels: tape: approx. 340,000 pixels, card: approx. 447,000 pixels) Tape format Videocassettes bearing the (MiniDV) mark Tape speed SP: 0.74 ips (18.81 mm/s); LP: 0.49 ips (12.56 mm/s) Maximum recording time SP: 80 min., LP: 120 min. (with an 80 min. cassette) Fast forward/rewind time 2 min. 20 sec. (with a 60 min. cassette) Lens ZR70 MC : F1.6-3.6, 22x power zoom, f=2.8-61.6 mm ZR65 MC : F1.6-3.2, 20x power zoom, f=2.8-56 mm ZR60: F1.6-2.9, 18x power zoom, f=2.8-50.4 mm Focusing system TTL autofocus, manual focusing possible Minimum focusing 3.3 ft. (1 m), 0.39 in. (1 cm) on maximum distance wide angle Maximum shutter speed 1/2,000 (ZR70 MC /ZR65 MC : 1/250 when using a memory card) Minimum illumination 1.6 lx using the Night mode during tape recording Recommended More than 100 lx illumination Filter diameter 30.5 mm Viewfinder 0.33 inch, color LCD (approx.113,000 pixels) LCD screen 2.5 in measured diagonally (approx. 112,000 pixels) Microphone Stereo electret condenser microphone DV terminal input/output Special 4 pin connector (based on IEEE1394) Video terminal 1 Vp-p/75 ohms unbalanced S-video terminal 1 Vp-p (Y signal), 0.286 Vp-p (C signal) Audio terminal Input level: -10 dBV/at least 40 kohms, unbalanced; Output level: -10 dBV (47 kohms load), less than 3 kohms, unbalanced Operating temperature 32 - 104 F (0 - 40 C) range Dimensions 4.1 x 2.3 x 5.8 in. (103 x 58 x 147 mm) Weight ZR70 MC : 1.2 lb (525 g) ZR65 MC /ZR60: 1.2 lb (520 g) Power supply (rated) Power consumption
ZR70 MC and ZR65 MC only
SD Memory Card, MultiMediaCard Still image: 1024 x 768 pixels, 640 x 480 pixels Movie: 320 x 240 pixels (approx. 10 sec.)*, 160 x 120 pixels (approx. 30 sec.)* *The figures in brackets represent the maximum length of one movie clip. File format Design rule for Camera File system (DCF), Exif 2.2 compliant, Digital Print Order Format (DPOF) compliant (only images marked for printing) Image format Still image: JPEG (compression mode: Superfine/Fine/Normal) Movie: Motion JPEG Estimated SD Memory 1024 x 768: Superfine 14 images/Fine 20 Card SDC-8M capacities* images/Normal 39 images, 640 x 480: Superfine 35 images/Fine 52 images/ Normal 86 images *The actual number varies depending on the images. Sample images recorded on the supplied SD Memory Card are to be included in the total number. USB terminal mini-B (USB 2.0 compliant) Recording media Number of recording pixels
DV NETWORK SOLUTION DISK
Interface: IEEE1394: only preinstalled Windows XP Home Edition or Windows XP Professional systems with built-in IEEE1394 terminal CPU RAM Free Hard Disk Space Other 500 MHz or better (800 MHz or better recommended) 128 MB or more (256 MB or more recommended) AV/C Camera Storage Subunit-WIA Driver 1 MB or more DV Messenger 100 MB or more Windows Messenger Version 4.5 or higher
To use DV Messenger, it is required that Windows Messenger 4.5 or higher operates correctly. It is required that Windows Messenger operates and the videoconference function can be used with a digital camcorder. Please consult Microsoft for details. If you are using a router, make sure it is an UPnP (Universal Plug and Play) compatible router. For details, consult your Internet service provider, telephone carrier, or refer to the manual of the router. We recommend using a broadband Internet connection. The communication quality and connectivity depend on the congestion of the Internet line and service. This product does not guarantee a certain communication quality.
System requirements for supplied software:
DIGITAL VIDEO SOLUTION DISK (ZR70 MC /ZR65 MC )
Interface: USB: only preinstalled Windows 98/Windows Me/Windows 2000/ Windows XP systems with built-in USB ports, or only systems equipped with genuine Apple-brand built-in USB interfaces. Operating System Windows Windows 98/ Windows Me/ Windows 2000 Windows XP Macintosh Mac OS 9.09.2 Mac OS X (10.1/10.2) CPU 150MHz or better 300MHz or better PowerPC PowerPC RAM 64MB or more 128MB or more 20MB or more 128MB or more
THE CANON ZR70 MC /ZR65 MC /ZR60 KIT
Free hard disk space Windows ZoomBrowser EX PhotoStitch Canon Camera TWAIN Driver Canon Camera WIA Driver Macintosh ImageBrowser PhotoStitch
120MB or more 40MB or more 25MB or more 25MB or more 50MB or more 30MB or more
ZR70 MC , ZR65 MC or ZR60 BP-512 Battery Pack (ZR70 MC ) BP-508 Battery Pack (ZR65 MC /ZR60) CA-570 Compact Power Adapter WL-D79 Wireless Controller (ZR70 MC /ZR65 MC ) WL-D80 Wireless Controller (ZR60) SS-800 Shoulder Strap STV-250N Stereo Video Cable IFC-300PCU USB Cable (ZR70 MC /ZR65 MC ) WA-30.5 Wide Attachment (ZR70 MC ) SDC-8M SD Memory Card (ZR70 MC /ZR65 MC ) DIGITAL VIDEO SOLUTION DISK (ZR70 MC /ZR65 MC ) DV NETWORK SOLUTION DISK
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