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VICTOR COMPANY OF JAPAN, LIMITED
MANUAL DE INSTRUCCIONES INSTRUES
COPYRIGHT 1998 VICTOR COMPANY OF JAPAN, LTD. UM Printed in Japan 0198MKV UN YP
98.2.16, 9:49 AM
COMPACT VHS CAMCORDER
CAMARA DE VIDEO VHS COMPACTO CMERA VHS COMPACTA
Thank you for purchasing the JVC Compact VHS camcorder. Before use, please read the safety information and precautions contained in the following pages to ensure safe use of your new camcorder.
Warning on lithium battery
The battery used in this device may present a fire or chemical burn hazard if mistreated. Do not recharge, disassemble, heat above 100C or incinerate. Replace battery with Maxell, Panasonic (Matsushita Electric), Sanyo or Sony CR2025; use of another battery may present a risk of fire or explosion. Dispose of used battery promptly. Keep away from children. Do not disassemble and do not dispose of in fire.
Using This Instruction Manual
All major sections and subsections are listed in the Table Of Contents ( pg. 7). Notes appear after most subsections. Be sure to read these as well. Basic and advanced features/operation are separated for easier reference.
It is recommended that you.
. refer to the Index ( pgs. 53 56) and familiarize yourself with button locations, etc. before use. read thoroughly the Safety Precautions that follow and cautions ( pgs. 57, 58). They contain extremely important information regarding the safe use of your new camcorder.
This camcorder is designed to be used with NTSC-type colour television signals. It cannot be used for playback with a television of a different standard. However, live recording and LCD monitor/viewfinder playback are possible anywhere. Use the BN-V12U/V18U/ V22U/V25U battery packs and, to recharge them, the provided multi-voltage AC Power Adapter/Charger. (An appropriate conversion adapter may be necessary to accommodate different designs of AC outlets in different countries.)
WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS UNIT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
The rating plate (serial number plate) and safety caution are on the bottom and/or the back of the main unit. The rating plate (serial number plate) of the AC Power Adapter/Charger is on its bottom.
This unit is produced to comply with Standard IEC Publ. 65.
To prevent shock, do not open the cabinet. No user serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified personnel. When you are not using the AC Power Adapter/Battery charger for a long period of time, it is recommended that you disconnect the power cord from AC outlet.
IMPORTANT PRODUCT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Electrical energy can perform many useful functions. But improper use can result in potential electrical shock or fire hazards. This product has been engineered and manufactured to assure your personal safety. In order not to defeat the built-in safeguards, observe the following basic rules for its installation, use and servicing.
ANTENNA INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
1. Outdoor Antenna Grounding
If an outside antenna or cable system is connected to the product, be sure the antenna or cable system is grounded so as to provide some protection against voltage surges and built-up static charges. Article 810 of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/ NFPA 70, provides information with regard to proper grounding of the mast and supporting structure, grounding of the lead-in wire to an antenna discharge unit, size of grounding conductors, location of antenna discharge unit, connection to grounding electrodes, and requirements for the grounding electrode.
Follow and obey all warnings and instructions marked on your product and its operating instructions. For your safety, please read all the safety and operating instructions before you operate this product and keep this manual for future reference.
For added protection for this product during a lightning storm, or when it is left unattended and unused for long periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet and disconnect the antenna or cable system. This will prevent damage to the product due to lightning and power-line surges.
1. Power Sources
Operate your product only from the type of power source indicated on the marking label. If you are not sure of the type of power supply to your home, consult your product dealer or local power company. If your product is intended to operate from battery power, or other sources, refer to the operating instructions.
3. Power Lines
An outside antenna system should not be located in the vicinity of overhead power lines or other electric light or power circuits, or where it can fall into such power lines or circuits. When installing an outside antenna system, extreme care should be taken to keep from touching such power lines or circuits as contact with them might be fatal.
Do not overload wall outlets, extension cords, or integral convenience receptacles as this can result in a risk of fire or electric shock.
3. Power Cord Protection
Power supply cords should be routed so that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed upon or against them, paying particular attention to cords at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the product.
EXAMPLE OF ANTENNA GROUNDING AS PER NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE, ANSI/NFPA 70
ANTENNA LEAD IN WIRE GROUND CLAMP 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
Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for ventilation. To ensure reliable operation of the product and to protect it from overheating, these openings must not be blocked or covered. Do not block the openings by placing the product on a bed, sofa, rug or other similar surface. Do not place the product in a built-in installation such as a bookcase or rack unless proper ventilation is provided or the manufacturers instructions have been adhered to.
ELECTRIC SERVICE EQUIPMENT
5. Wall or Ceiling Mounting
The product should be mounted to a wall or ceiling only as recommended by the manufacturer.
To avoid personal injury: Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand, tripod, bracket or table. It may fall, causing serious injury to a child or adult, and serious damage to the product. Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table recommended by the manufacturer or sold with the product. Use a mounting accessory recommended by the manufacturer and follow the manufacturers instructions for any mounting of the product. Do not try to roll a cart with small casters across thresholds or deep-pile carpets.
If your product is not operating correctly or exhibits a marked change in performance and you are unable to restore normal operation by following the detailed procedure in its operating instructions, do not attempt to service it yourself as opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
2. Damage Requiring Service
Unplug this product from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the following conditions: a. When the power supply cord or plug is damaged. b. If liquid has been spilled, 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 by following the operating instructions. Adjust only those controls that are covered by the operating instructions as an 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 damaged in any way. f. When the product exhibits a distinct change in performancethis indicates a need for service.
2. Product and Cart Combination
A product and cart combination should be moved with care. Quick stops, excessive force, and uneven surfaces may cause the product and cart combination to overturn.
3. Water and Moisture
Do not use this product near waterfor example, near a bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink or laundry tub, in a wet basement, or near a swimming pool and the like.
PORTABLE CART WARNING (Symbol provided by RETAC)
4. Object 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. Never spill liquid of any kind on the product.
USING A CAR BATTERY
Use the optional Car Battery Cord or Car Battery Charger/Adapter (connect as shown in the illustration to the left).
DC OUT terminal To DC IN jack
AC Power Adapter/Charger AA-V15U
Car Battery Cord AP-V7U (optional)
To cars cigarette lighter socket
When using the car battery, leave the engine idling. The optional Car Battery Charger (BH-V3U) can also be used to charge the battery pack. When using the optional Car Battery Charger or Car Battery Cord (AP-V7U), refer to the respective instruction booklet.
USING AC POWER
Use the AC Power Adapter (connect as shown in the illustration to the left).
Car Battery Charger/Adapter BH-V3U (optional)
The supplied AC Power Adapter/Charger features automatic voltage selection in the AC range from 110 V to 240 V.
GETTING STARTED (cont.)
Clock (Lithium) Battery Insertion/Removal
This battery is necessary for clock operation and to perform date/time settings.
SWITCH OFF POWER
Switch off the units power and remove the power supply unit.
Open the clock battery compartment cover while pressing the release tab.
REMOVE BATTERY (when replacing)
Insert a pointed, non-metallic object between the battery and the compartment ( A ) and pull the battery out.
Ensure that the plus (+) side is up and insert a CR2025 lithium battery and push it in.
Close the compartment cover until it clicks in place.
See SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ( pg. 2) for information on safe handling of lithium batteries.
ACCESS MENU SCREEN
First set the Power Switch to CAMERA. Turn the Select Dial to any position except AUTO LOCK, then press the MENU Jog Dial.
Rotate the MENU Jog Dial to move the highlight bar to DATE/TIME, then press it. The DATE/TIME Setting Menu appears. If you decide you want to return the date and time to the previous settings, rotate the MENU Jog Dial to move highlight bar to EXIT and press it, then go to step 6. If you want to set only the time without changing the date, go to step 4.
Recording mode indicator
Tape length indicator
LCD monitor or viewfinder
Rotate the MENU Jog Dial to move the highlight bar to TAPE LENGTH, then press it. The TAPE LENGTH Setting Menu appears.
AUTO AUTO DEC 25. 98 OFF T40 AUTO FAST
SET TAPE LENGTH
Rotate the MENU Jog Dial to move the highlight bar to the correct setting. T20=20 minutes of recording time, T30=30 minutes, and T40=40 minutes (in SP). If you decide you want to return the tape length to the previous setting, rotate the MENU Jog Dial to move the highlight bar to EXIT.
TAPE LENGTH T20 T30 T40
Press the MENU Jog Dial. The Menu Screen reappears and the highlight bar is on MENU END. Then press the MENU Jog Dial again to close the Menu Screen.
TAPE LENGTH Setting Menu
AUTO AUTO DEC 25. 98 OFF T20 AUTO FAST
The tape remaining time ( pg. 17) displayed in the viewfinder is correct only if the correct tape length has been selected. Once you have set the tape length, it remains unchanged even if the Select Dial is returned to AUTO LOCK.
Loading/Unloading A Cassette
OPEN LCD MONITOR
Open the LCD monitor to an angle of over 45 degrees.
OPEN CASSETTE HOLDER
Press EJECT until the holder opens. Do not use force to open.
Make sure the label is facing outward.
CLOSE CASSETTE HOLDER
Press PUSH and make sure the holder is closed and locked.
Turn to take up slack. Erase Protection Gear
CLOSE LCD MONITOR
First make sure the holder is closed. Then close the LCD monitor.
Closing the LCD monitor while the cassette holder is still open may cause damage to the LCD monitor. A cassette holder cant be opened unless a power supply is attached. Make sure that the tape is not slack when loading the cassette. If there is any slack, turn the gear on the cassette in the direction of the arrow to take up the slack. Make sure the Erase Protection tab is in the position that allows recording. If not, slide the tab. Some cassettes have removable tabs. If the tab has been removed, cover the hole with adhesive tape. The cassette holder cant be opened while the camcorder is in the record mode.
Power Zoom Button
Separate the Velcro strip.
Pass your right hand through the loop and grasp the grip.
ADJUST STRAP LENGTH
Adjust so your thumb and fingers can easily operate the Recording Start/Stop Button and Power Zoom Button. Refasten the Velcro strip.
Adjust the viewfinder manually for best viewability (see illustration at left).
Set the Power Switch to CAMERA.
Turn the Diopter Adjustment Control until the indications in the viewfinder are clearly focused.
Set POWER to CAMERA.
Shoulder Strap Attachment
Following the illustration at left, thread the strap through the top of the eyelet 1, then fold it back and thread it through the buckle 2. Repeat the procedure to attach the other end of the strap to the other eyelet 3, making sure the strap isnt twisted.
Adjust as shown in the illustration at left 1.
ALIGN AND TIGHTEN
Align the screw and camera direction stud on the tripod with the cameras mounting socket and stud hole. Then tighten the screw.
When using a tripod, be sure to open and extend its legs fully to stabilize the camcorder. To prevent damage to the unit caused by falling over, do not use a small-sized tripod.
LENS COVER Switch
RECORDING Basic Recording
You should already have performed the procedures listed below. If not, do so before continuing. Power ( pg. 8) Recording Mode/Tape Length Setting ( pg. 12) Grip Adjustment ( pg. 14)
Power indicator Power Switch
LOAD A CASSETTE
First open the LCD monitor to an angle of over 45 degrees. Press EJECT to open the cassette holder, then insert the cassette with the label facing out. Press PUSH to ensure the holder is closed and locked.
Shooting while watching the viewfinder
ENTER RECORDSTANDBY MODE
Make sure the LCD monitor is closed and locked. Slide the LENS COVER Open/Close Switch to open the lens cover, then set the Power Switch to CAMERA. The power indicator lights and the camcorder enters the RecordStandby mode. The scene youre aimed at appears on the viewfinder screen, with the word PAUSE superimposed upon it.
Tally lamp (lights while recording is in progress)
Press the Recording Start/Stop Button. REC appears in the viewfinder while recording is in progress.
Tape remaining time indicator
MIN (Now calculating) 120MIN 119MIN
Press the Recording Start/Stop Button again to stop recording. The camcorder re-enters the Record-Standby mode.
3MIN 2MIN (Blinking) 1MIN (Blinking) 0MIN (Blinking) Start/Stop Button
When the Power Switch is set to CAMERA and the LCD monitor is opened at an angle of 45 degrees or more, the LCD monitor switches on and the viewfinder switches off automatically to save power. A cassette holder cant be opened unless a power supply is attached. There may be a delay after you press EJECT until the holder opens. Do not use force. The tape remaining time is only displayed in the viewfinder as shown. The remaining time indicated in the viewfinder is approximate. The time required to calculate the remaining tape length, and the accuracy of the calculation, may vary according to the type of tape used. The tape remaining time indicator is correct only if the correct tape length has been selected ( pg. 12). TAPE END appears when the tape reaches its end, and the power goes off automatically if left in this condition for 5 minutes. TAPE END also appears when a cassette whose tape is already at its end is loaded. If the RecordStandby mode continues for 5 minutes without performing Zoom or any other operations, the camcorders power shuts off automatically. Set the Power Switch to POWER OFF, and then back to CAMERA to turn the camcorder on again. If the Recording Start/Stop Button is pressed after the Record-Standby mode has continued for over 5 minutes, recording may not start immediately. If youre recording on a cassette from the middle (such as when a tape is removed and re-inserted during recording), use the Retake function ( pg. 21) to find the end of the last recording so you dont erase any of it. The LENS COVER warning blinks for about 5 seconds when the camcorder is turned on when the cover is closed. While shooting, sound is not heard from the speaker.
RECORDING Basic Recording (cont.)
Shooting while watching the LCD monitor
Before the following steps, perform step 1 ( pg. 16).
Make sure the LCD monitor is fully open. Slide the LENS COVER Open/Close Switch to open the lens cover, then set the Power Switch to CAMERA. The power indicator lights and the camcorder enters the RecordStandby mode. The scene youre aimed at appears in the LCD monitor, with the word PAUSE superimposed upon it.
Power indicator Power Switch Start/Stop Button
Tilt the LCD monitor upward/downward for best viewability ( pg. 19) and press the Recording Start/Stop button. appears in the LCD monitor while recording is in progress.
When you use the LCD monitor outdoors in direct sunlight, the LCD monitor may be difficult to see. If this happens, we recommend that you use the viewfinder ( pg. 16). The tape remaining time is not displayed on the LCD monitor. However, when the tape is about to reach its end, the following indicators appear: 2MIN 1MIN 0MIN. For other notes, refer to pg. 17.
In some situations different angles of shooting may be required for more dramatic results.
Make sure the LCD monitor is fully open.
TILT LCD MONITOR
Tilt the LCD monitor in the most convenient direction. The LCD monitor can rotate almost full circle (270: 90 downward, 180 upward).
A person you shoot can view himself/herself in the LCD monitor, and you can even shoot yourself while viewing your own image in the LCD monitor.
TILT LCD MONITOR UPWARD
Open the LCD monitor and tilt it upward to 180 degrees so that it faces forward. When the LCD monitor is tilted upward to an angle of over approx. 105 degrees, the monitor image is inverted vertically, and the viewfinder also switches on.
Point the lens toward the subject (yourself when self-recording) and start recording. During Interface Shooting, the monitor image and indications do not appear inverted as they would when viewing a mirror.
During Interface Shooting, indications other than the Date/Time display and Title display do not appear in the viewfinder.
After 1 sec.
RECORDING Advanced Features
Program AE With Special Effects
All you have to do to access any of the variety of shooting effects is to turn the Select Dial.
1 second later, the mode is activated.
Turn the Select Dial until the symbol of the function you want is aligned with the mark. The selected modes name and its indication are displayed for approx. 1 second. Then the name disappears, and only the indication remains. The mode is activated. When Auto Mode Lock or Auto Mode Release mode is selected, only the modes name is displayed. Then the name disappears and the mode is activated.
0 AUTO MOLE
Only one effect can be engaged at a time. The screen becomes slightly reddish when the Fader ( pg. 26) is used in the Sepia mode. The screen becomes slightly dark in the High Speed Shutter mode. Use in well-lit situations. In the High Speed Shutter or Sports modes, picture color may be adversely affected if subject is lit by alternating discharge-type light sources such as flourescent or mercury-vapor lights.
E FG AS E D
Dial symbol LOCK LCD monitor/ Viewfinder indication AUTO LOCK Mode Dial symbol LCD monitor/ Viewfinder indication TWILIGHT
Auto Mode Lock
Locks the camcorder in Full Auto mode, preventing incorrect operation due to accidental button pressing during shooting. In this mode the following controls are disabled; DATE/TIME display select, and the Menu Jog Dial. RELEASE AUTO RELEASE Auto Mode Release
Dusk, twilight scenery, fireworks, etc., look more natural and dramatic. The following happens when Twilight mode is selected: Auto gain control is turned off. White Balance is set to (FINE day mode), but can also be manually changed to another mode ( pg. 33). Auto Focus becomes available only in the range of 10 m (33 ft.) to infinity. To focus when the subjectto-camera distance is less than 10 m (33 ft.), use manual focusing ( pg. 31). SPORTS Sports
Auto Mode Release
Re-enables the controls that were disabled by Auto Mode Lock. FG FG : FOG Electronic Fog Filter
Electronic Fog Filter
Makes the picture look misty white, as when an external fog filter is attached to the lens. Softens the image and gives it a fantasy look. ND ND: ND EFFECT ND Effect
ASSEMBLE SERIES OF PICTURES
Repeat step 3 for the desired number of pictures.
RELEASE ANIMATION MODE
Set REC TIME in the Menu screen to OFF.
START TIME-LAPSE RECORDING
Press the Recording Start/Stop Button. Recording and intervals alternate automatically.
For best results, make sure the camcorder is secured when shooting in Animation or Time-Lapse mode. Fade-in/out cannot be performed during Animation or Time-Lapse shooting. Before performing other operations following Animation or Time-Lapse recording, make sure the Animation or Time-Lapse mode is deactivated. Self-Timer, Animation and Time-Lapse are canceled when the power is shut off or when the cassette is ejected.
RELEASE TIME-LAPSE MODE
To release when PAUSE is displayed, set REC TIME and INT. TIME in the Menu Screen to OFF. To release when PAUSE and REC are not displayed, press the Recording Start/Stop Button to display PAUSE , then set REC TIME and INT. TIME in the Menu Screen to OFF.
PLAYBACK Basic Playback
Make sure the LCD monitor is fully open. Then set the Power Switch to PLAY. The power indicator lights.
Power Switch PLAY/PAUSE FF
Press PLAY/PAUSE. The playback picture appears.
Rewind or Fast-forward the tape
Press REW to rewind, or FF to fast-forward the tape during Stop mode.
LCD Monitor in Retracted Position
Battery pack remaining power indicator Tape counter Recording mode indicator
SP 4 M0: 23 : 45
LCD monitor/ viewfinder indications
Tape running indicator 4 : Playback 3 : Fast-Forward/ Forward Search 2 : Rewind/Reverse Search 6 : Still Playback
The camcorder shuts off automatically after about 5 minutes in Stop mode. To turn on again, set the Power Switch to POWER OFF, then to PLAY. When the Power Switch is set to PLAY and the LCD monitor is opened at an angle of 45 degrees or more, the LCD monitor switches on and the viewfinder switches off automatically to save power. The playback picture can also be viewed in the viewfinder (with the LCD monitor shut) or on a connected TV ( pg. 40). Camcorder operation is the same as described in this section. You can also view the playback picture on the LCD monitor with it flipped over and retracted. LCD monitor/viewfinder indications: The battery pack remaining power indicator is displayed for approximately 5 seconds on the LCD monitor when the LCD monitor is turned on, and then it disappears. However, the battery pack remaining power indicator blinks when the power is almost gone. During Stop, Fast-Forward or Rewind mode, none of the indications are displayed in the viewfinder.
PLAY BACK ON CONNECTED VCR
Load the cassette adapter into the VCR and play the tape back as you would any other.
REMOVE CASSETTE FROM ADAPTER
Slide the latch and the compartment door opens automatically. This may take around 10 seconds. Do not attempt to force the adapter open. Then insert your finger in the hole on the underside of the adapter as shown in the illustration at left, push up and remove the cassette.
Sliding latch Compact video cassette
Recording safety hole
During tape loading and unloading, do not touch the reels for safety and tape protection. During special-effect playback (slow motion, still frame, etc.), the picture may vibrate or noise bars may appear on the screen. To record on a VCR using a compact cassette and the adapter, cover the adapters recording safety hole with adhesive tape.
PLAYBACK Basic Connections
There are three basic types of connections. When making the connections, refer also to your VCR and TV instruction manuals.
Connection To A VCR A (Editing, Dubbing and Playback)
When connecting the cables, open the jack cover.
To AUDIO and VIDEO OUT connectors Audio and Video cables (optional)
Use the optional Audio and Video cables.
CONNECT CAMCORDER TO VCR
As shown in the illustration at left, connect the Audio and Video cables between the AUDIO and VIDEO OUT connectors on the camcorder and those on the VCR.
To AUDIO and VIDEO IN connectors
Turn on the camcorder, the VCR and the TV.
Set the VCR to its AUX input mode, and set the TV to its VIDEO mode.
Connection To A TV With A/V Input Connectors B (Playback ONLY)
To AUDIO, VIDEO and RF DC OUT connectors
CONNECT CAMCORDER TO TV
As shown in the illustration at left, connect the Audio and Video cables between the AUDIO and VIDEO OUT connectors on the camcorder and those on the TV.
RF unit RF-V5U (optional)
Set the TV to its VIDEO or AV mode (as specified in its instructions).
It is recommended to use the AC Power Adapter/Charger as the power supply instead of the battery pack. To monitor the picture and sound from the camcorder without inserting a tape, set the camcorders Power Switch to CAMERA, then set your TV to the appropriate input mode. If you have a TV or speakers that are not specially shielded, do not place the speakers adjacent to the TV as interference will occur in the camcorder playback picture.
Connection To A TV With NO A/V Input Connectors (Playback ONLY)
Use the optional RF-V5U RF unit.
*Refer to the RF-V5U instruction manual for connection procedure.
Following the illustration at left, connect the camcorder and the VCR.
You can record a new soundtrack on a prerecorded tape (normal audio only). Perform steps 1, 2 and 3 of the Insert Editing procedure ( pg. 48) before continuing. The sound comes from the built-in microphone.
Press REW to go a little beyond the beginning of the scene onto which you want to dub new audio, press PLAY to view the recorded tape, then press PAUSE at exactly the point where dubbing should start.
ENGAGE AUDIO DUB-STANDBY MODE
Press and hold A. DUB, and without releasing A. DUB, press and release PAUSE.
BEGIN AUDIO DUBBING
Press PLAY. When the counter reaches 0:00:00, Audio Dubbing stops automatically and the camcorder enters the Audio Dub-Standby mode.
REW PLAY PAUSE REW A. DUB RM-V700U (optional) OR RM-V705U (provided)
END AUDIO DUBBING
Do not press FF or REW during Audio Dub-Standby, or the edit points will not be accurate. If the microphone is too close to the TV, or if the TVs volume is too high, whistling or howling may occur.
NOTES (for Insert Editing and Audio Dubbing):
Insert Editing and audio Dubbing may not work correctly if the tape contains blank segments, or if the recording speed was changed during the original recording. To edit/dub onto a tape, make sure the Erase Protection tab is in the position that allows recording. If not, slide the tab. Some cassettes have removable tabs. If the tab has been removed, cover the hole with adhesive tape. Do not press STOP during Insert Editing or Audio Dubbing, or the edit points will not be accurate. During Insert Editing and Audio Dubbing, when InsertPause or Audio Dub-Standby is engaged, the counter may go slightly past 0:00:00. Recording, however, stops at exactly 0:00:00.
Set to POWER OFF. BATT. RELEASE PUSH EJECT
Set the Power Switch to POWER OFF to turn off the camcorder. Press EJECT to open the cassette holder, then remove the cassette. Close and lock the cassette holder by pressing PUSH. Close and lock the LCD monitor. Slide BATT. RELEASE to remove the battery pack. Slide the LENS COVER open/close switch to close the lens cover.
Cleaning The Camcorder
Wipe gently with a soft cloth.
CLEAN LCD MONITOR
Open the LCD monitor and wipe gently with soft cloth. Be careful not to damage the monitor. Close the LCD monitor.
Blow it with a blower brush, then wipe gently with lens cleaning paper.
Turn the eyepiece counterclockwise and pull it out.
Remove dust using a blower brush.
3. DO NOT leave the unit.
.. in places of over 50C (122F).. in places where humidity is extremely low. (below 35%) or extremely high (above 80%).. in direct sunlight.. in a closed car in summer.. near a heater.
Format Power source Power consumption LCD monitor off, viewfinder on LCD monitor on, viewfinder off LCD monitor on, viewfinder on Light Signal system Video recording system Luminance Color : VHS NTSC standard : DC 6V : 5.9 W : 6.1 W : 6.8 W : 2.9 W : NTSC-type : FM recording : Converted sub-carrier direct recording Conforms to VHS standard cassette : : 33.35 mm/sec. (1-5/16 ips) : 11.12 mm/sec. (7/16 ips) : 40 minutes : 120 minutes (with TC-40 cassette) : 0C to +40C (32F to 104F) : 35% to 80% : 20C to +50C (4F to 122F) : Approx. 990 g (2.2 lbs) : 116 (W) x 117 (H) x 242 (D) mm (4-5/8 x 4-5/8 x 9-9/16) : 1/4 format CCD : F1.6, f = 3.8 to 83.6 mm, 22:1 power zoom lens with auto iris and macro control, filter diameter 46 mm : Electronic viewfinder with 0.5 black/white CRT : Auto/Manual adjustment : 3 diagonally measured : LCD/TFT active matrix system : 1 Vp-p, 75 ohms, unbalanced (via VIDEO OUT connector)
Output Speaker : 8 dBs, 1 k-ohm (via AUDIO OUT connector) : 20 mm round x 1, monaural
AC POWER ADAPTER/BATTERY CHARGER (AA-V15U)
Power requirement Power consumption Output Charge VTR Charging system Dimensions Weight : AC 110 V to 240 V`, 50/60 Hz : 23 W : DC 8.5 V , 1.3 A : DC 6.3 V , 1.8 A : Constant current, peak detection, timer controlled : 140 (W) x 42 (H) x 68 (D) mm (5-9/16 x 1-11/16 x 2-11/16) : Approx. 300 g (0.71 lbs)
Cassette Tape speed SP EP Recording time (max.) SP EP Operating temperature Operating humidity Storage temperature Weight Dimensions (Including viewfinder)
CASSETTE ADAPTER (C-P7U)
Dimensions Weight Accessory : 188 (W) x 25 (H) x 104 (D) mm (7-7/16 x 1 x 4-1/8) : Approx. 240 g (0.53 lbs) : AA (R6)-size battery x 1
Provided Accessories.. pg. 6 Optional Accessories
Battery Packs BN-V12U, BN-V22U, BN-V25U Car Battery Charger BH-V3U Battery Charger BH-VC10U Car Battery Cord AP-V7U RF Unit RF-V5U Compact VHS-C Cassettes TC-40/30/20 Active Carrying Bag CB-V7U Remote Control Unit RM-V700U Some accessories are not available in some areas. Please consult your nearest JVC dealer for details on accessories and their availability.
Pick up Lens
Viewfinder White balance adjustment
Size LCD system
Specifications shown are for SP mode unless otherwise indicated. E. & O. E. Design and specifications subject to change without notice.
DEH-1550 P1453S HK3500 Doro 740 EOS 30V 7115-7118-OM-00 22PFL3403D 10 IS 200 Dimage XG Acuris S Tsl 601 V9400 Flash MS7308ET CD482 Diva A80 HI 8417 Flatout TXL26C10PS Asko W620 LN40S81BD HT-Z110T Illion A1 Backtrack AJ-D200 P-662HW-D IC-737A Nnct579S LX7II GN 4150 3226-tlmb Lbtg2000 Knight 3 Olufsen BEO5 RL38hcps MAF9601 KRF-V7050D CLP-230 CA205 CT-3271SB Samsung 213T SA-PT660 CH605 Allies GR-DX75 EOB53101X Visionpro IAQ 16 HD YFZ450-2004 Digital Dslr-A550 Hmta1 Porsche 986 APG15 DP450FR MX-500 Z2100 ZR 830 SA-700 ZDF304 - S Scale MV1000 Monitor FO-51 71 4 8 SMC7004vwbr TDS362T AW-SW350P SCH-C225 SGH-L768 AG400 A-6000 FTR9964 RL34scsw 32PW8521-79R FP210 2 0 Guitar Magicolor 5570 Volvo S60 Review W2261VG D-1200 WM2277H LS2000-2003 AV-21AT-av-21 Wacs7000 12 WF10C1QM SGH-X600 CD-RW900SL Mx1063 GSA-H20L BV6000 451 B Zalman 9700 Vectis GX1 Bizhub 420 Wrench AR-5316 5320 YP-U3QW
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