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|brydend||2:50am on Monday, September 13th, 2010|
|Im happy with this camcorder I realize Tim Allens review is nearly a year old but the reviewer obviously misunderstood the instructions for shipping t... ONE OF THE BEST CAMCORDERS DURING ITS TIME I bought this as an upgrade for a Sony Hi-8 camcorder. Avoid! As others have mentioned, this camera, along with a slew of others from Canon have a CCD problem relating to heat.|
|skyhopper88||11:32am on Thursday, September 2nd, 2010|
|ONE OF THE BEST CAMCORDERS DURING ITS TIME I bought this as an upgrade for a Sony Hi-8 camcorder.|
|Ebintel962||5:27pm on Sunday, August 29th, 2010|
|We received this camcorder as a baby shower gift and we love it. It is easy to use for a beginner and takes good video.|
|Benjer||4:38am on Saturday, August 28th, 2010|
|Cheap ,easy to use Low light performace Day time picture is really good. Its sucks hard indoors...night...low light!!!|
|magis75||12:35am on Friday, July 30th, 2010|
|Optics of 22X, wide angle accessery, great battery, free SW slow focus, poor night vision, no reg light, bad sound Features The indoor quality|
|chubsmalone||1:21pm on Wednesday, June 9th, 2010|
|The camera is a good camera, when used in daylight. I told the best buys employees that I specifically wanted night vision on it.|
|Mojo||7:42pm on Saturday, March 13th, 2010|
|This is my 3rd camcorder and my 1st digital camcorder. When trying to decide which one to buy, I considered several things. Price, features. This Video Camcorder just quit working one day when we needed to videotape a very special activity.|
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EXAMPLE OF ANTENNA GROUNDING AS PER NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE
ANTENNA LEAD IN WIRE
ELECTRIC SERVICE EQUIPMENT
ANTENNA DISCHARGE UNIT (NEC SECTION 810-20) GROUNDING CONDUCTORS (NEC SECTION 810-21) GROUND CLAMPS POWER SERVICE GROUNDING ELECTRODE SYSTEM (NEC ART 250. PART H)
NEC - NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE
14. Lightning For added protection of this product during a lightning storm, or when it is left unattended and unused for long periods of time, disconnect it from the wall outlet and disconnect the antenna. This will prevent damage to the product due to lightning and power-line surges. 15. Overloading Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords as this can result in a risk of fire or electric shock. 16. Objects and Liquid Entry Never push objects of any kind into this product through openings as they may touch dangerous voltage points or short out parts that could result in a fire or electric shock. Be careful not to spill liquid of any kind onto the product. 17. Servicing Do not attempt to service this product yourself as opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
18. Damage Requiring Service Disconnect this product from the wall outlet and all power sources including battery, and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the following conditions: a. When the power-supply cord or plug is damaged. b. If any liquid has been spilled onto, or objects have fallen into, the product. c. If the product has been exposed to rain or water. d. If the product does not operate normally even if you follow the operating instructions. Adjust only those controls that are covered by the operation instructions. Improper adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the product to its normal operation. e. If the product has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged. f. When the product exhibits a distinct change in performance. This indicates a need for service. 19. Replacement Parts When replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician has used replacement parts that are specified by Canon or that have the same characteristics as the original part. Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electric shock or other hazards. 20. Safety Check Upon completion of any service or repairs to this product, ask the service technician to perform safety checks to determine that the product is in safe operating order.
When replacement of power supply is required, please return it to the responsible nearest Canon Service Center and please replace it with the same type number CA-570. The Adapter can be used with a power supply between 100 and 240 V AC. For areas where 120 V AC power is not used, you will need a special plug adapter. Contact your nearest Canon Service Center for further information.
The following manuals are supplied with the camcorder: Digital Video Camcorder ZR70 MC/ZR65 MC/ZR60 Instruction Manual This manual explains the camcorder operations from basic video recording to the use of the full range of features. Windows XP Users Only DV NETWORK SOLUTION DISK Software Instruction Manual This manual explains how to download/upload images from/to the memory card using a DV (IEEE1394) cable. You can also perform videoconference and file transfer over the Internet using the provided software. Available functions depend upon the camcorder model and networking environment. ZR70 MC ZR65 MC DIGITAL VIDEO SOLUTION DISK Software Instruction Manual This manual explains how to download images from the memory card to a computer using the supplied USB cable. You can add sample images for Card Mix and My Camera settings from the supplied DIGITAL VIDEO SOLUTION DISK.
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Table of Contents
Reference Guide....5 Thank You for Choosing a Canon...9 Introducing the ZR70 MC/ZR65 MC/ZR60...10 Components Guide....11
Mastering the Basics
Preparations Using a Household Power Source...15 Attaching and Charging the Battery Pack...16 Installing the Backup Battery...19 Preparing the Camcorder....20 Loading a Cassette....22 Using the Wireless Controller...24 Setting the Time Zone, Date and Time...25 Basic Recording Recording Movies on a Tape...28 Zooming....30 Using the LCD Screen....32 Searching and Reviewing when Recording..35 Tips for Making Better Videos...36 Basic Playback Playing Back a Tape....37 Playing Back on a TV Screen...41
Using the Full Range of Features
General Menus and Settings....44 Changing the Remote Sensor Mode...49 Customizing the Camcorder...50 ZR70 MC Setting the Light-up Buttons..51 Other Camcorder Settings...52 Recording Changing the Recording Mode (SP/LP)...54 Recording Still Images on a Tape...55 Using the Recording Programs...57 Using Digital Effects....61 Using the Multi-Image Screen...67 Turning Off the Image Stabilizer...69 Recording With the Self-Timer...70 Audio Recording....71 ZR70 MC Using the VL-3 Video Light (Optional)...73 ZR70 MC Using the DM-50 Microphone (Optional)..74 Manual Adjustments Adjusting the Focus Manually...75 6
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
Playing Back on a TV Screen
You can connect the camcorder to a TV or VCR to play back your recordings on a TV screen. Make sure that H is not displayed on the screen. If H is displayed, change the setting ( 39). When you use the TV as a monitor during recording, keep the TV volume turned down as long as the camcorders audio terminals are connected. An unpleasant high-pitched squeal, called feedback, may be produced if sound from the TV speakers is picked up by the microphone. For high picture quality, we recommend using a TV with an S (S1) terminal. TVs with S1-terminal or Video ID-1 system: Recordings made in the 16:9 mode ( 52) will be automatically played back in wide screen mode.
TVs with S (S1)-Video Input Terminal
Refer also to the TV or VCR instruction manual.
INPUT Signal flow S-150 S-video Cable (optional)
Signal flow STV-250N Stereo Video Cable (supplied)
1. Turn off all devices before starting the connections. 2. Connect the S-150 S-video Cable (optional) to the S-video terminals.
3. Connect the STV-250N Stereo Video Cable to the camcorders AV terminal and the audio terminals of the TV/VCR.
Connect the white plug to the white AUDIO terminal L (left), and the red plug to the red AUDIO terminal R (right). Do not connect the yellow plug.
4. If connecting to a TV, set the input selector to VIDEO. If connecting to a VCR, set the input selector to LINE.
TVs with Audio/Video Terminals
1. Turn off all devices before starting the connections. 2. Connect the STV-250N Stereo Video Cable to the camcorders AV terminal and the audio/video terminals on the TV/VCR.
Connect the white plug to the white audio terminal L (left), the red plug to the red audio terminal R (right) and the yellow plug to the yellow video terminal VIDEO.
3. If connecting to a TV, set the input selector to VIDEO. If connecting to a VCR, set the input selector to LINE.
Selecting the Audio Output Channel
You can select the output channels when playing back a tape with audio recorded on two channels.
AUDIO SET UP
2. Turn the selector dial to select [AUDIO SET UP] and press the selector dial. 3. Turn the selector dial to select [OUTPUT CH] and press the selector dial. 4. Turn the selector dial to select a setting option.
L/R: Stereo: L+R channels, Bilingual: Main+Sub. L/L: Stereo: L channel, Bilingual: Main. R/R:Stereo: R channel, Bilingual: Sub.
The setting resets to the L/R setting when you turn the camcorder off.
Menus and Settings
Many of the camcorders advanced functions are selected from menus that appear on the screen.
Selecting Menus and Settings
1. Set the camcorder to the correct operating mode.
ZR70 MC/ZR65 MC:
2. Press the MENU button to open the menu.
The camcorder adjusts focus, exposure and other settings automatically. However, you have the option of adjusting the settings manually.
Use this mode to record sports scenes (such as tennis or golf), moving objects (such as roller coasters) or when recording from a moving car. This mode is set at a high shutter speed and should therefore be used in sufficient light. This mode is mainly intended for frame-by-frame or slow playback. The picture may not appear smooth when played back in normal speed.
Use this mode to give accent to your subject by blurring the background or foreground. The blur effect increases the more you zoom to telephoto. This mode is set at a higher shutter speed. The picture may not appear smooth when played back.
Use this mode to record spotlit scenes such as shows, recitals or fireworks.
Sand & Snow
Use this mode in bright places such as a sunny beach or ski resort. It prevents the subject from being underexposed. The subject may become overexposed in dark surroundings. Check the image on the screen. This mode is set at a higher shutter speed. The picture may not appear smooth when played back.
Use this mode to record in dimly lit places. The shutter is fixed at a slow shutter speed. Moving subjects may leave a trailing afterimage. Picture quality may not be as good as in other modes. The camcorder may have difficulty to focus automatically. 58
Use this mode to record in dark places. The shutter speed is adjusted automatically. It is useful when recording in places with changing light conditions (such as in amusement parks). ZR70 MC ZR65 MC Night mode cannot be used in CARD CAMERA mode. Moving subjects may leave a trailing afterimage. Picture quality may not be as good as in other modes. White points may appear on the screen. Autofocus may not work as well as in other modes. In such case, adjust the focus manually.
Super Night (CAMERA mode)
In CAMERA mode, use this mode to record in very dark places. The shutter speed is adjusted automatically. The White LED lights up automatically illuminating the subject in the center of the screen, allowing you to record brightly in color.
Low Light Plus (CARD CAMERA mode)
In CARD CAMERA mode, use this mode to record in dark places. The shutter is fixed at a slow shutter speed. The White LED lights up illuminating the subject in the center of the screen, allowing you to record brightly in color. The range of the White LED is limited. Check the image on the screen when recording. Use this mode for recordings at close range (up to 6.6 ft (2m)). Moving subjects may leave a trailing afterimage. Picture quality may not be as good as in other modes. White points may appear on the screen. Autofocus may not work as well as in other modes. In such case, adjust the focus manually.
Selecting the Program AE Mode
1. Slide the program selector to Q (program AE).
2. Press the selector dial.
A list of the program AE modes appears.
3. Select a mode and press the selector dial.
The symbol of the mode appears on the upper left corner of the screen. (Auto) disappears after 4 seconds.
Do not change the mode during recording as the brightness of the image may change abruptly. The setting resets to the Auto mode when you switch the program selector to [. Bright light in a dark scene may cause a vertical light bar to appear. This is not a malfunction.
Using Digital Effects
You can use the digital effects during recording and playback. Faders ( Effects ( 62): Begin or end scenes with a fade to or from black. 65): Add flavor to your recordings. 67)
Multi-image screen (
Availability of Digital Effects by Operating Modes:
CAMERA Movies Faders Effects Multi-image screen h h h*2 Still Images i h h*2 PLAY (VCR) h h h ZR70 MC/ZR65 MC: ZR70 MC/ZR65 MC: CARD CAMERA CARD PLAY (VCR) i h*1 i i i i
h: Available i: Not available *1: Black and White only *2: Cannot be used in Night and Super Night (ZR70 MC) mode. Turn off the digital effect when you do not use it. Press the DIGITAL EFFECTS button to open the menu. Select [D.EFFECTS |] and press the ON/OFF button. The camcorder retains the setting even if you turn it off or change the program AE mode. The digital effect turns off if you switch the program selector to [. Digital effects can be selected but not activated on a blank blue screen (appears in PLAY (VCR) mode). Digital effects activated during playback do not change the recording. Digital effects cannot be used during DV dubbing and photo/date search. Digital effects can also be set with the wireless controller.
Fade Trigger (FADE-T)
The image gradually fades in.
When the program selector is set to [, white balance is preset to [AUTO]. Indoor, outdoor and custom white balance cannot be selected. The camcorder retains the setting even if you turn it off. When you have set the custom white balance: - Reset the white balance when the lighting condition changes. - Turn off the digital zoom. Setting the white balance manually may provide better results in the following cases. - Changing lighting conditions - Close-ups - Subjects in a single color (sky, sea or forest) - Under mercury lamps or certain types of fluorescent lights Use the T Indoor or U Outdoor mode in the following cases: T Indoor: - Changing lighting condition - Under video light - Under sodium lamps U Outdoor Mode - For night scenes or fireworks - Sunrise or sunset * Use the auto setting for normal outdoor scenes.
CARD CAMERA WHITE BAL.AUTO
For T (Indoor) or U (Outdoor) Setting: 1. Set the program selector to Q. 2. Open the menu and select [CAMERA SET UP]. 3. Select [WHITE BAL.]. 4. Select T (indoor) or U (outdoor).
T or U appears.
5. Close the menu. For Custom White Balance: 1. Set the program selector to Q. 2. Open the menu and select [CAMERA SET UP]. 3. Select [WHITE BAL]. 4. Point the camcorder at a white object (such as a sheet of paper), zoom in until it fills the whole screen and select [SET W].
W flashes and stops flashing when settings is complete. Depending on the light source, W may keep flashing. The result will still be better than with the auto setting.
5. Close the menu.
Magnifying the Image
The playback image can be magnified by 2 times.
1. Move the zoom lever toward T.
The image is magnified by 2 times. A frame appears indicating the position of the enlarged part.
2. Move the image.
Turn the selector dial to move the image to the right and left, or up and down. Pressing the selector dial switches between the directions. To cancel the magnification, move the zoom lever toward W.
ZR70 MC Movies played back from a memory card cannot be magnified.
Displaying the Data Code
Once date and time are set, the camcorder maintains a data code containing recording date and time and other camera data such as shutter speed and exposure (f-stop). (ZR70 MC/ZR65 MC: Only date and time appear when playing back a memory card).
DATA CODE button Controller buttons MENU button DATA CODE button MENU button Selector dial
The data code display turns off when you turn the camcorder off. The data code may not be displayed if a recording made with this camcorder is played back on a different digital camcorder. The data code cannot be displayed in frame advance/reverse playback. Camera data may not appear in some special playback modes. When the TV screen displays are hidden ( 134), the displays still appear on the LCD screen. If you turn on the data code, displays other than the data code will disappear from the LCD screen.
Available Data Code Combinations (in PLAY (VCR) mode):
DATA CODE (tape only) D/TIME SEL.
Date/Time & Camera data
F1.8 1/250 JAN. 1,2003
F1.8 1/250 12:00:00 PM F1.8 1/250 12:00 PM JAN. 1,2003
Date & Time
12:00 PM JAN. 1,2003
Selecting the Date/Time Display Combination
DISPLAY SET UP D/TIME SEL.DATE & TIME
Open the menu and select [DISPLAY SET UP]. Select [D/TIME SEL.], set it to [DATE] or [TIME] and close the menu.
Selecting the Data Code Display Combination
Open the menu and select [DISPLAY SET UP]. Select [DATA CODE], set it to [DATE/TIME], [CAMERA DATA] or [CAM. & D/T] and close the menu.
Press the DATA CODE button.
Only date and time appear in CARD PLAY (VCR) mode.
Six-Second Auto Date
Date and time appear for 6 seconds when you begin playback, or to indicate that date or time zone has changed.
Open the menu and select [DISPLAY SET UP]. Select [6SEC.DATE], set it to [ON] and close the menu.
Photo Search/Date Search
You can search for a still image recorded anywhere on the tape with the photo search function, or locate the change of the date/time zone with the date search function.
SEARCH SELECT button Search buttons
STOP 3 button
1. Press the SEARCH SELECT button to choose between photo search and date search.
PHOTO SEARCH or DATE SEARCH appears.
INDEX SLIDE SHOW DATA CODE SEARCH SELECT ZERO SET MEMORY REW 12bit AUDIO OUT PLAY STOP
2. Press the + or - button to begin searching.
Press the + button to search forward and the - button to search backward. Press more than once to search for further still images or date changes (up to 10 times). Press the + or - button to change the search direction. Press the 3 (stop) button stop searching.
Photo search: A still image recorded very close to the point you start the search may not be detected. Date search: A recording of longer than a minute per date/area is required. Date search: Playback may start slightly before or after the date change. Date search may not function if the data code is not correctly displayed.
Returning to a Pre-marked Position
1. Connect the camcorder to the analog video device.
2. Set the camcorder to PLAY (VCR) mode and load a blank cassette. 3. Connected device: Load the recorded cassette. 4. Press the REC PAUSE button on the wireless controller.
In record pause mode and during recording, you can check the picture on the screen.
5. Connected device: Play back the tape. 6. Press the PAUSE a button on the wireless controller when the scene you wish to record appears.
ZERO SET MEMORY REW 12bit AUDIO OUT AUDIO DUB. PAUSE PLAY STOP SLOW 2 FF
AV INSERT AV DV REMOTE SET
7. Press the STOP 3 button on the wireless controller to stop recording.
Press the PAUSE a button on the wireless controller to pause recording. Press the PAUSE a button again to restart recording.
ZERO SET MEMORY REW 12bit AUDIO OUT AUDIO DUB. PAUSE
PLAY STOP SLOW
8. Connected device: Stop playback.
Recording from Digital Video Devices (DV Dubbing)
You can record from other digital video devices equipped with a DV terminal with virtually no loss in picture and sound quality. When recording from digital video devices, make sure that AV \ DV is not displayed on the screen. If AV \ DV is displayed, change the setting ( 93). Anomalous signals sent from the connected device may be recorded as anomalous picture (although it may not appear so on the screen), or it may not be recorded at all. Copyright protected signals cannot be recorded. Blank sections may be recorded as anomalous picture. If the picture does not appear, reconnect the DV cable or turn the camcorder off and back on again. You can connect only one device with the DV cable. You can use the camcorder for playback and recording without reconnecting the DV cable.
1. Connect the camcorder to the digital video device.
See Connecting a Digital Video Device ( 88).
2. Set the camcorder to PLAY (VCR) mode and load a blank cassette.
DV IN appears.
3. Connected device: Load the recorded cassette. 4. Press the REC PAUSE button on the wireless controller.
In record pause mode and during recording, you can check the picture on the screen
5. Connected Device: Play back the tape. 6. Press the PAUSE a button on the wireless controller when the scene you wish to record appears.
8. Connected Device: Stop playback.
Certain software tapes are copyright protected. If you attempt to play back such tape, COPYRIGHT PROTECTED PLAYBACK IS RESTRICTED appears and you will not be able to view the contents of the tape. If you attempt to record from such tape via the DV terminal, COPYRIGHT PROTECTED DUBBING RESTRICTED appears and you will not be able to record the contents of the tape.
Live video recording Card mix image
Camera Chroma Key (CAM. CHROMA)
Combines backgrounds with your recordings. Record your subject in front of a blue curtain, and the subject not blue will be superimposed on the card mix image. Mix level adjustment: blue area of the live video recording.
Card Animation (C. ANIMATION)
Combines animations with your recordings. You can choose from 3 types of card animation effects. Corner: Animation appears on the upper left and the lower right corner of the screen. Straight: Animation appears on the top and bottom of the screen and moves to the right and left. Random: Animation moves randomly in the display. Mix level adjustment: blue area of the card animation image.
Selecting the Card Mix Effect
CARD MIX MIX TYPECARD CHROMA MIX LEVEL
2. Open the menu and select [\ CARD MIX].
The card mix menu appears.
3. Select the image you wish to combine with the CARD +/ button. 4. Select [MIX TYPE].
[CARD CHROMA], [CARD LUMI.], [CAM. CHROMA] and [C. ANIMATION] appears.
5. Select the mix type matching the image you have selected (
The screen shows the combined image. When you have selected [C. ANIMATION], select [ANIMAT. TYPE] and select between [CORNER], [STRAIGHT] and [RANDOM].
6. To adjust the mix level, select [MIX LEVEL] and adjust it with the selector dial. 7. Close the menu.
CARD MIX flashes.
Activating the Card Mix Effect 1. Press the CARD MIX button.
CARD MIX stops flashing. The combined image appears. You can activate and deactivate the card mix effect by pressing the CARD MIX button.
Recording with the Card Mix Effect
1. Press the start/stop button to begin recording.
The combined image is recorded on the tape.
2. Press the start/stop button to end recording.
1. Press the PHOTO button halfway.
F flashes in white and turns green when focus is adjusted.
The camcorder records the still image on the tape for approx. 6 seconds. During this time, the camcorder displays the still image and keeps recording the sound. The camcorder returns to record pause mode.
Copying Still Images
You can copy still images from tape to memory card, or from memory card to tape. All still images from the selected still image onward will be copied. The image size of a still image copied from tape to memory card will be 640 480. The data code of the still image reflects the date and time it has been copied.
Copying Still Images from Tape to Memory Card
Insert a memory card with enough remaining capacity, and load a recorded cassette.
CAMERA PLAY (VCR) COPY[ CARD CAMERA CARD PLAY (VCR)
1. Locate the still image you wish to copy on the tape and stop the tape shortly before the still image.
Message No Paper Paper Jam No Ink Communication Error Could not print X images Cannot Print! Set print order Printer in use
Printer warming up No printhead Printer cover open Media type error Paper lever error Low ink level Waste tank full
Camcorder Handling Precautions
Do not carry the camcorder by the LCD panel or viewfinder. Do not leave the camcorder in places subject to high temperatures, such as a sunheated car, and high humidity. Do not use the camcorder in places subject to magnetic or electric fields such as near the TV transmitters or portable communication devices. Do not point the lens or viewfinder at strong light sources. Do not leave the camcorder pointed at a bright subject. Do not use the camcorder in dusty or sandy places. Dust or sand getting inside the cassette or camcorder may cause damage. Dust and sand can also damage the lens. Attach the lens cap after use. The camcorder is not waterproof. Water, mud or salt getting inside the cassette or camcorder may cause damage. Be careful of heat generated by lighting equipment. Do not disassemble the camcorder. If the camcorder does not function properly, consult qualified service personnel. Handle the camcorder with care. Do not subject the camcorder to shocks or vibration as this may cause damage. Avoid sudden changes in temperature. Moving the camcorder rapidly between hot and cold temperatures may cause condensation to form on its internal surfaces. ( 143)
If you do not intend to use the camcorder for a long time, store it in a place free of dust, in low humidity, and at temperatures not higher than 86F (30C). After storage, check the functions of your camcorder to make sure that the camcorder is still working properly.
Camcorder Body and Lens
Use a soft, dry cloth to clean the camcorder body and lens. Never use chemically treated cloth or volatile solvents such as paint thinner.
Clean the LCD screen using a commercially available cleaning cloth for glasses. Condensation may form on the surface of the screen when the temperature changes suddenly. Wipe it with a soft dry cloth. 141
At cold temperatures, the screen may be darker than usual. This is not a malfunction. The screen returns to normal when the camcorder warms up.
Rotate the viewfinder upward. Remove the protect cover and clean the glass with a cotton swab. Reattach the protect cover when finished. Be careful not to scratch the glass when cleaning.
When the playback picture becomes distorted, the video heads need to be cleaned. To maintain the best picture quality, we recommend cleaning the video heads frequently with the Canon DVM-CL Digital Video Head Cleaning Cassette or a commercially available dry cleaning cassette. Do not use wet type cleaning cassettes as this may damage the camcorder.
Moving the camcorder rapidly between hot and cold temperature may cause condensation (water droplets) to form on its internal surfaces. Stop using the camcorder if condensation is detected. Continued use may damage the camcorder.
Condensation may form in the following cases:
When the camcorder is moved from an air-conditioned room to a warm, humid place When the camcorder is moved from a cold place to a warm room
When the camcorder is left in a humid room
When a cold room is heated rapidly
How to avoid condensation:
Unload the cassette, place the camcorder in an airtight plastic bag and let it adjust to temperature changes slowly before removing it from the bag.
When condensation is detected:
The camcorder stops operating and the warning message CONDENSATION HAS BEEN DETECTED appears for approx. 4 seconds and h starts flashing. If a cassette is loaded, the warning message REMOVE THE CASSETTE appears and v starts flashing. Remove the cassette immediately and leave the cassette compartment open. Leaving the cassette in the camcorder may damage the tape. A cassette cannot be loaded when condensation is detected.
It takes about 1 hour until the water droplets evaporate. After the condensation warning stops flashing, wait for 1 more hour before resuming use.
Using the Camcorder Abroad
You can use the compact power adapter to operate the camcorder and to charge battery packs in any country with power supply between 100 and 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz. Consult the Canon Service Center for information on plug adapters for overseas use.
Playback on a TV Screen
You can only play back your recordings on TVs with NTSC system. The NTSC system is used in the following countries/areas: American Samoa, Antigua, Aruba, Bahamas, Barbados, Bermuda, Bolivia, Canada, Chile, Columbia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guam, Guatemala, Greenland, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Micronesia, Myanmar, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Puerto Rico, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Surinam, Taiwan, Trinidad and Tobago, USA, Venezuela, Virgin Islands.
If you have a problem with your camcorder, refer to this checklist. Consult your dealer or a Canon Service Center if the problem persists.
Problem Camcorder will not turn on. Cause Battery pack is exhausted. Battery pack is not correctly attached. Battery pack is exhausted. Power save function has been activated. Battery pack is exhausted. Solution Replace or charge the battery pack. Attach the battery pack correctly. Replace or charge the battery pack. Turn on the camcorder. 16 16
The camcorder switches off by itself.
Cassette compartment will not open.
Cassette compartment stopped during loading/ unloading. LCD/viewfinder switches on and off.
Replace or charge the battery pack. Cassette compartment cover Open the cassette compartment cover fully. is not fully open. Replace or charge the Battery pack is exhausted. battery pack. Consult a Canon Service The camcorder Center. malfunctions. Replace or charge the Battery pack is exhausted. battery pack.
Buttons will not work. k flashes on the screen. h flashes on the screen. Remove the cassette appears on the screen. The wireless controller will not work. Camcorder is not turned on. Cassette is not loaded. Battery pack is exhausted. Condensation is detected. Camcorder stopped operating to protect the tape. Camcorder and wireless controller are not set to the same remote sensor mode. Batteries of the wireless controller are exhausted. Turn on the camcorder. Load a cassette. Replace or charge the battery pack. See reference page. Unload and reload the cassette. Change the remote sensor modes. Replace the batteries. 22
Problem Image will not appear on the screen. Set the time zone, date and time appears on the screen. Pressing the start/stop button will not start recording. Cause Camcorder is not set to CAMERA mode. Time zone, date and time are not set, or the backup battery is exhausted. Solution 28 Set the camcorder to CAMERA mode. 25 Set the time zone, date and time, or replace the backup battery and reset the date and time. 28 Camcorder is turned off. Turn on the power. 22 Cassette is not loaded. Load a cassette. 22 Rewind the tape or replace Tape reached the end ( the cassette. flashes on the screen). 23 Replace the tape or change Cassette is protected (v the position of the protect flashes on the screen). switch. 28 Set the camcorder to Camcorder is set to a mode other than the CAMERA mode. CAMERA mode. 75 Autofocus does not work on Focus manually. that subject. 20 Adjust the viewfinder with Viewfinder is not adjusted. the diopter adjustment lever. 141 Clean the lens. Lens is dirty. Bright light in a dark scene may cause a vertical light bar (smear) to appear. This is not a malfunction. When recording near loud sound (such as fireworks, drums or concerts), sound may become distorted or may not be recorded in the actual sound level. This is not a malfunction. 20 Adjust the viewfinder with Viewfinder is not adjusted. the diopter adjustment lever.
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