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bamasurface 11:37am on Wednesday, October 27th, 2010 
The Canon XL2 is the pro-sumer miniDV camcorder that is most often spotted on the sets of low budget and independent films.
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When we finally had enough money to buy a camcorder I was totally confused with the different makes and models on the market.

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This equipment has been designed and manufactured to meet international safety standards but, like any electrical equipment, care must be taken if you are to obtain the best results and safety is to be assured.
DO read the operating instructions before you attempt to use the equipment. DO ensure that all electrical connections (including the mains plug, extension leads and interconnections between pieces of equipment) are properly made and in accordance with the manufacturers instructions. Switch off and withdraw the mains plug when making or changing connections. DO consult your dealer if you are ever in doubt about the installation, operation or safety of your equipment. DO be careful with glass panels or doors on equipment. DONT continue to operate the equipment if you are in any doubt about it working normally, or if it is damaged in any way switch off, withdraw the mains plug and consult your dealer. DONT remove any fixed cover as this may expose dangerous voltages. DONT leave equipment switched on when it is unattended unless it is specifically stated that it is designed for unattended operation or has a standby mode. Switch off using the switch on the equipment and make sure that your family knows how to do this. Special arrangements may need to be made for infirm or handicapped people. DONT use equipment such as personal stereos or radios so that you are distracted from the requirements of road safety. It is illegal to watch television whilst driving. DONT listen to headphones at high volume, as such use can permanently damage your hearing. DONT obstruct the ventilation of the equipment, for example with curtains or soft furnishings. Overheating will cause damage and shorten the life of the equipment. DONT use makeshift stands and NEVER fix legs with wood screws to ensure complete safety always fit the manufacturers approved stand or legs with the fixings provided according to the instructions. DONT allow electrical equipment to be exposed to rain or moisture. ABOVE ALL NEVER let anyone especially children push anything into holes, slots or any other opening in the case this could result in a fatal electrical shock; NEVER guess or take chances with electrical equipment of any kind it is better to be safe than sorry!

50m VO LUME : : 0. 11. 05 10: 0 0
a Sound Mode Indicator ( pg. 26) B Blank Search Indicator ( pg. 20) C Tape Speed ( pg. 23) D 4: Playback 5: Fast-Forward/Shuttle Search 3: Rewind/Shuttle Search
9: Pause 9 U: Forward Frame-By-Frame Playback/ Slow-Motion Y 9: Reverse Frame-By-Frame Playback/ Slow-Motion E Battery Remaining Power Indicator ( pg. 40) F Date/Time ( pg. 26, 27) G VOLUME: Volume Level Indicator ( pg. 20) BRIGHT: Brightness Control Indicator (LCD monitor/Viewfinder) ( pg. 15) H Time Code ( pg. 26, 27)
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Provided Accessories

How To Attach The Lens Cap
To protect the lens, attach the provided lens cap to the camcorder as shown in the illustration.
To confirm the lens cap is on correctly make sure the cap is flush to the camcorder.
Place here during shooting.

a b c d e f

AC Adapter AP-V17E or AP-V14E Power Cord (only for AP-V14E) Battery Pack BN-VF707U S/AV Cable Shoulder Strap ( pg. 11 for attachment) Lens Cap (see the right column for attachment)


In order to maintain optimum performance of the camcorder, provided cables may be equipped with one or more core filter. If a cable has only one core filter, the end that is closest to the filter should be connected to the camcorder. Make sure to use the provided cables for connections. Do not use any other cables.
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How To Attach The Shoulder Strap

Follow the illustration.

This camcorders 2-way power supply system lets you choose the most appropriate source of power. Do not use provided power supply units with other equipment.
1 Thread the strap through the eyelet. 2 Fold it back and thread it through the strap

guide and the buckle.

To adjust the length of the strap, loosen and then tighten the strap in the buckle.
Charging The Battery Pack

Power switch

3 Slide the strap guide fully towards the eyelet.

Buckle Strap guide

POWER/CHARGE lamp Battery pack mount PUSH BATT. Battery pack Arrow mark


To DC connector Open the cover. To AC outlet

AC Adapter (ex. AP-V17E)

1 Set the Power Switch to OFF. 2 With the arrow on the battery pack pointing 3 Slide down the battery pack until it locks in
place b. downward, push the battery pack slightly against the battery pack mount a.
4 Connect the AC Adapter to the camcorder. 5 Connect the Power Cord to the AC Adapter.

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Basic Recording
Before continuing, perform the procedures listed below: Power ( pg. 11) Loading A Cassette ( pg. 16) Power Zoom Lever Power Switch Lock Button POWER/CHARGE Lamp Recording Start/Stop Button

Tape Remaining Time

Approximate tape remaining time appears on the display. h m means the camcorder is calculating the remaining time. When the remaining time reaches 2 minutes, the indication starts blinking.
The time required to calculate and display the remaining tape length, and the accuracy of the calculation, may vary according to the type of tape used.
1 Remove the lens cap. ( pg. 10) 2 Open the LCD monitor fully. 3 Set the Power Switch to A or M while
The POWER/CHARGE lamp lights and the camcorder enters the Record-Standby mode. PAUSE is displayed. To record in LP (Long Play) mode, pg. 23.
4 To start recording, press the Recording Start/
Stop Button. T REC appears on the display while recording is in progress.
5 To stop recording, press the Recording Start/
Stop Button again. The camcorder re-enters the Record-Standby mode. Approximate recording time
Tape 30 min. 60 min. 80 min. Recording mode SP 30 min. 60 min. 80 min. LP 45 min. 90 min. 120 min.
If the Record-Standby mode continues for 5 minutes, the camcorders power shuts off automatically. To turn the camcorder on again, push back and pull out the viewfinder again or close and re-open the LCD monitor. When a blank portion is left between recorded scenes on the tape, the time code is interrupted and errors may occur when editing the tape. To avoid this, refer to Recording From The Middle Of A Tape ( pg. 19). To turn the beep sounds off, pg. 22, 25.
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LCD Monitor And Viewfinder
While using the LCD monitor: Make sure the viewfinder is pushed back in. Pull on the end of the LCD monitor and open the LCD monitor fully. It can rotate 270 (90 downward, 180 upward). While using the viewfinder: Make sure the LCD monitor is closed and locked. Pull out the viewfinder fully.


Produces the zoom in/out effect, or an instantaneous change in image magnification. Zoom In Slide the Power Zoom Lever towards T. Zoom Out Slide the Power Zoom Lever towards W.
The further you slide the Power Zoom Lever, the quicker the zoom action. Zoom in (T: Telephoto)

During recording, a time code is recorded on the tape. This code is to confirm the location of the recorded scene on the tape during playback.
Display Minutes Seconds Frames* (25 frames = 1 second)

12 : 34 : 24

1) Play back a tape or use Blank Search ( pg. 20) to find the spot at which you want to start recording, then engage the Still Playback mode. ( pg. 20) 2) Set the Power Switch to A or M while pressing down the Lock Button located on the switch, then start recording.
* Frames are not displayed during recording.
If recording starts from a blank portion, the time code begins counting from 00:00:00 (minute:second:frame). If recording starts from the end of a previously recorded scene, the time code continues from the last time code number. If during recording a blank portion is left partway through the tape, the time code is interrupted. When recording is resumed, the time code starts counting up again from 00:00:00. This means the camcorder may record the same time codes as those existing in a previously recorded scene. To prevent this, perform Recording From The Middle Of A Tape ( pg. 19) in the following cases;
When shooting again after playing back a recorded tape. When power shuts off during shooting. When a tape is removed and re-inserted during shooting. When shooting using a partially recorded tape. When shooting on a blank portion located partway through the tape. When shooting again after shooting a scene then opening/closing the cassette holder cover.
Recording From The Middle Of A Tape
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Normal Playback
4/Speaker VOL. +/ Lock Button

Shuttle Search

Allows high-speed search in either direction during video playback. 1) During playback, press 5 for forward search, or 3 for reverse search. 2) To resume normal playback, press 4/9.

Power Switch MENU

During playback, press and hold 5 or 3. The search continues as long as you hold the button. Once you release the button, normal playback resumes. A slight mosaic effect appears on the display during Shuttle Search. This is not a malfunction.
1 Load a cassette. ( pg. 16) 2 Set the Power Switch to PLAY while
During Shuttle Search, parts of the picture may not be clearly visible, particularly on the left side of the screen.

When the Menu Screen is closed after DEMO MODE is turned ON. With DEMO MODE set to ON, if there is no operation for about 3 minutes after the Power Switch is set to A or M. Performing any operation during the demonstration stops the demonstration temporarily. If no operation is performed for more than 3 minutes after that, the demonstration will resume.
PRIORITY [LCD]: The image is displayed on the LCD monitor when the viewfinder is pulled out while the LCD monitor is opened. FINDER: The image is displayed in the viewfinder when the viewfinder is pulled out while the LCD monitor is opened. CAM RESET EXECUTE: Resets all settings to the factorypreset. [RETURN]: Does not reset all settings to the factory-preset.
If a cassette is in the camcorder, the demonstration cannot be turned on. DEMO MODE remains ON even if the camcorder power is turned off. If DEMO MODE remains ON, some functions will not be available. After viewing demo, set to OFF.
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The n (CAMERA DISPLAY) settings are effective even when the Power Switch is set to A. However, the menu settings can be changed only when the Power Switch is set to M. The n (CAMERA DISPLAY) settings except BRIGHT and LANGUAGE are effective only for shooting.

Playback Menus

[ ] = Factory-preset SOUND MODE and NARRATION During tape playback, the camcorder detects the sound mode in which the recording was made, and plays the sound back. Select the type of sound to accompany your playback picture. According to the menu access explanation on page 22, select SOUND MODE or NARRATION from the Menu Screen and set it to the desired parameter. SOUND MODE [STEREO ]: Sound is output on both L and R channels in stereo. SOUND L : Sound from the L channel is output. SOUND R : Sound from the R channel is output. NARRATION [OFF]: Original sound is output on both L and R channels in stereo. ON: Dubbed sound is output on both L and R channels in stereo. MIX: Original and dubbed sounds are combined and output in stereo on both L and R channels. REC MODE [SP] / LP
[ ] = Factory-preset BRIGHT pg. 15, Brightness Adjustment Of The Display ON SCREEN LCD: Keeps the camcorders display (except the date, time and time code) from appearing on the connected TV screen. [LCD/TV]: Makes the camcorders display appear on screen when the camcorder is connected to a TV. DATE/TIME OFF: The date/time does not appear. [AUTO]: Displays the date/time for approx. 5 seconds when the Power Switch is set from OFF to A or M. ON: The date/time is always displayed. TIME CODE [OFF]: Time code is not displayed. ON: Time code is displayed on the camcorder and on the connected TV. Frame numbers are not displayed during recording. ( pg. 19) LANGUAGE [ENGLISH] / ESPAOL / The language setting can be changed. ( pg. 14) CLOCK ADJ. pg. 14, Date/Time Settings

Allows you to set the video recording mode (SP or LP) depending on your preference. It is recommended you use REC MODE in VIDEO Menu when using this camcorder as a recorder during dubbing. ( pg. 35, 36) BLANK SRCH pg. 20, Blank Search
Each setting is linked with s SYSTEM, which appears when the Power Switch is set to M. ( pg. 22)
The parameters are the same as in the description on page 25.
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The n (VIDEO DISPLAY) settings are effective only for video playback except BRIGHT and LANGUAGE.
The parameters (except OFF in ON SCREEN settings) are the same as in the description (CAMERA DISPLAY) on page 26.
[ ] = Factory-preset BRIGHT pg. 15, Brightness Adjustment Of The Display ON SCREEN OFF / [LCD] / LCD/TV
When set to OFF, the camcorders display disappears. DATE/TIME [OFF] / AUTO / ON
When set to AUTO, the date/time are displayed in the following cases:
When playback starts. The camcorder displays the date/time when scenes are recorded. When the date is changed during playback.


[OFF] / ON
pg. 19, Time Code LANGUAGE [ENGLISH] / ESPAOL / The language setting can be changed. ( pg. 14)
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5-Second Recording
Record a vacation or an important event in 5second clips to keep the action moving. This function is available only for video recording.


Makes dark subjects or areas even brighter than they would be under good natural lighting. Although the recorded image is not grainy, it may look as if it is strobing due to the slow shutter speed.
1 Set 5S to 5S. ( pg. 24)
The 5S indicator appears.
2 Press the Recording Start/Stop Button to
start recording, and after 5 seconds the camcorder enters Record-Standby mode automatically.

a subject.

Manual focus indicator will blink.

Motor Drive Mode

Keeping SNAPSHOT pressed in step 3 provides an effect similar to serial photography. (Interval between still images: approx. 1 second)
4 Press MENU. Focus adjustment is complete.
To reset to Auto Focus Press FOCUS twice or set the Power Switch to A. Manual focus is recommended in situations listed below.
When two subjects overlap in the same scene. When illumination is low.* When the subject has no contrast (difference in brightness and darkness), such as a flat, onecolour wall, or a clear, blue sky.* When a dark object is barely visible in the LCD monitor or the viewfinder.* When the scene contains minute patterns or identical patterns that are regularly repeated. When the scene is affected by sunbeams or light reflecting off the surface of a body of water. When shooting a scene with a high-contrast background. * The following low-contrast warnings appear blinking: , , and.
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Exposure Control

Manual exposure control is recommended in the following situations:
When shooting using reverse lighting or when the background is too bright. When shooting on a reflective natural background such as at the beach or when skiing. When the background is overly dark or the subject is bright.

Iris Lock

Like the pupil of the human eye, the iris contracts in well-lit environments to keep too much light from entering, and dilates in dim environments to allow in more light. Use this function in the following situations:
1 Set the Power Switch to M. 2 Set p to MANUAL. ( pg. 22)
image, press. (maximum 6)
The exposure control indicator appears.
3 To brighten the image, press +. To darken the
+3 exposure has the same effect as the backlight compensation. ( pg. 31) 3 exposure has the same effect as when r is set to SPOTLIGHT. ( pg. 34)
When shooting a moving subject. When the distance to the subject changes (so its size in the LCD monitor or the viewfinder changes), such as when the subject is backing away. When shooting on a reflective natural background such as at the beach or when skiing. When shooting objects under a spotlight. When zooming.

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Dubbing To A Video Unit Equipped With A DV Connector (Digital Dubbing)
It is also possible to copy recorded scenes from the camcorder onto another video unit equipped with a DV connector. Since a digital signal is sent, there is little if any image or sound deterioration.
1 Make sure all units are turned off. 2 Connect this camcorder to a video unit
equipped with a DV input connector using a DV cable as shown in the illustration.
3 Start playback on the camcorder. ( pg. 20) 4 At the point you want to start dubbing, start
recording on the video unit. (Refer to the video units instruction manual.)
5 To stop dubbing, stop recording on the video
unit, then stop playback on this camcorder.


It is recommended to use the AC Adapter as the power supply instead of the battery pack. ( pg. 13) If a blank portion or disturbed image is played back on the player during dubbing, the dubbing may stop so that an unusual image is not dubbed. Even though the DV cable is connected correctly, sometimes the image may not appear in step 4. If this occurs, turn off the power and make connections again. When using a DV cable, be sure to use the optional JVC VC-VDV204U DV cable.

Core filter

DV cable (optional)


Video unit equipped with DV connector
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Connection To A Personal Computer
It is also possible to transfer still/moving images to a PC with a DV connector by using the software equipped with the PC or commercially available software. If you are using a Windows XP, you can use Windows Messenger to conduct video conferences over the Internet, using a camcorder. For details, refer to the help for the Windows Messenger.

To DV connector

When connecting the camcorder to a PC using a DV cable, make sure to follow the procedure below. Connecting the cable incorrectly may cause malfunctions to the camcorder and/or the PC.

PC with DV connector

Connect the DV cable first to the PC, and then to the camcorder. Connect the DV cable (plugs) correctly according to the shape of the DV connector.
It is recommended to use the AC Adapter as the power supply instead of the battery pack. ( pg. 13) When using a DV cable, be sure to use the optional JVC VC-VDV206U or VC-VDV204U DV cable depending on the type of DV connector (4 or 6 pins) on the PC. The date/time information cannot be captured into the PC. Refer to the instruction manuals of the PC and Software. The still images can also be transferred to a PC with a DV connector-equipped capture board. The system may not work properly depending on the PC or capture board you are using.

Images on the LCD monitor appear dark or whitish.
In places subject to low temperature, images become dark due to the characteristics of the LCD monitor. This is not a malfunction. HAdjust the brightness and angle of the LCD monitor. ( pg. 15, 18) When the LCD monitors fluorescent light reaches the end of its service life, images on the LCD monitor become dark. HConsult your nearest JVC dealer.
The Black & White Fader does not work.
The Sepia (SEPIA) or Monotone (MONOTONE) mode is activated. HDisengage the Sepia (SEPIA) and Monotone (MONOTONE). ( pg. 34)
The image looks like the shutter speed is too slow.
When shooting in the dark, the unit becomes highly sensitive to light when GAIN UP is set to AUTO. HIf you want the lighting to look more natural, set GAIN UP to AGC or OFF. ( pg. 22, 23)
Coloured bright spots appear all over the LCD monitor or the viewfinder.
The LCD monitor and the viewfinder are made with high-precision technology. However, black spots or bright spots of light (red, green or blue) may appear constantly on the LCD monitor or the viewfinder. These spots are not recorded on the tape. This is not due to any defect of the unit. (Effective dots: more than 99.99 %)

Other problems

The POWER/CHARGE lamp on the camcorder does not light during charging.
Charging is difficult in places subject to extremely high/low temperatures. HTo protect the battery, it is recommended to charge it in places with a temperature of 10C to 35C. ( pg. 43) The battery pack is not attached firmly. HDetach the battery pack once again and re-attach it firmly. ( pg. 11)
The cassette will not load properly.
The batterys charge is low. HInstall a fully charged battery. ( pg. 11)
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Picture does not appear on the LCD monitor.
The viewfinder is pulled out and PRIORITY is set to FINDER. HPush the viewfinder back in or set PRIORITY to LCD. ( pg. 18, 22, 25) The LCD monitors brightness setting is too dark. HAdjust the brightness of the LCD monitor. ( pg. 15) HIf the monitor is tilted upward 180 degrees, open the monitor fully. ( pg. 18)

Warning Indications

Displays the battery remaining power.
Remaining power level High Exhausted
As the battery power comes close to nil, the battery remaining power indicator blinks. When the battery power is exhausted, power turns off automatically.

. do not subject to unnecessary shock. charge in an environment where temperatures are within the tolerances shown in the chart below. This is a chemical reaction type battery cooler temperatures impede chemical reaction, while warmer temperatures can prevent complete charging. store in a cool, dry place. Extended exposure to high temperatures will increase natural discharge and shorten service life. fully charge and then fully discharge the battery every 6 months when storing the battery pack over a long period time. remove from charger or powered unit when not in use, as some machines use current even when switched off.

Store cassettes

The Benefits Of Lithium-Ion Batteries Lithium-ion battery packs are small but have a large power capacity. However, when one is exposed to cold temperatures (below 10C), its usage time becomes shorter and it may cease to function. If this happens, place the battery pack in your pocket or other warm, protected place for a short time, then reattach it to the camcorder.
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To protect the unit, DO NOT
. allow it to become wet. drop the unit or strike it against hard objects. subject it to shock or excessive vibration during transportation. keep the lens directed at extremely bright objects for long periods. expose the lens and viewfinders lens to direct sunlight. carry it by holding the LCD monitor or the viewfinder. swing it excessively when using the hand strap or the grip. swing the soft camera case excessively when the camcorder is inside it.

LCD Monitor

To prevent damage to the LCD monitor, DO NOT
. push it strongly or apply any shocks. place the camcorder with the LCD monitor on the bottom. avoid rubbing it with coarse cloth.

To prolong service life

Be aware of the following phenomena for LCD monitor use. These are not malfunctions
. While using the camcorder, the surface around the LCD monitor and/or the back of the LCD monitor may heat up. If you leave power on for a long time, the surface around the LCD monitor becomes hot.
Dirty heads can cause the following problems:

Main Unit

For safety, DO NOT
. open the camcorders chassis. disassemble or modify the unit. short-circuit the terminals of the battery pack. Keep it away from metallic objects when not in use. allow inflammables, water or metallic objects to enter the unit. remove the battery pack or disconnect the power supply while the power is on. leave the battery pack attached when the camcorder is not in use. in places subject to excessive humidity or dust. in places subject to soot or steam such as near a cooking stove. in places subject to excessive shock or vibration. near a television set. near appliances generating strong magnetic or electric fields (speakers, broadcasting antennas, etc.). in places subject to extremely high (over 40C) or extremely low (under 0C) temperatures. in places of over 50C. 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. No picture during playback. Blocks of noise appear during playback. During recording or playback, the Head Clog Warning indicator appears. Recording cannot be performed properly.

Avoid using the unit

DO NOT leave the unit
In such cases, use an optional cleaning cassette. Insert it and play back. If the cassette is used more than once consecutively, damage to the video heads may result. After the camcorder plays back for about 20 seconds, it stops automatically. Also refer to the cleaning cassettes instructions. If, after using the cleaning cassette, the problems still exist, consult your nearest JVC dealer. Mechanical moving parts used to move the video heads and video tape tend to become dirty and worn out over time. In order to maintain a clear picture at all times, periodic check-ups are recommended after using the unit for about 1,000 hours. For periodic check-ups please consult your nearest JVC dealer.
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About moisture condensation
You have observed that pouring a cold liquid into a glass will cause drops of water to form on the glass outer surface. This same phenomenon occurs on the head drum of a camcorder when it is moved from a cool place to a warm place, after heating a cold room, under extremely humid conditions or in a place directly subjected to the cool air from an air conditioner. Moisture on the head drum can cause severe damage to the video tape, and can lead to internal damage to the camcorder itself.
Serious malfunctioning If malfunctioning occurs, stop using the unit immediately and consult your local JVC dealer. The camcorder is a microcomputer-controlled device. External noise and interference (from a TV, a radio, etc.) might prevent it from functioning properly. In such cases, first disconnect its power supply unit (battery pack, AC Adapter, etc.) and wait a few minutes and then re-connect it and proceed as usual from the beginning.
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For Digital Video Camera
Format DV format (SD mode) Signal format PAL standard Recording/Playback format Video: Digital component recording Audio: PCM digital recording, 32 kHz 4-channel (12-BIT), 48 kHz 2-channel (16-BIT) Cassette Mini DV cassette Tape speed SP: 18.8 mm/s, LP: 12.5 mm/s Maximum recording time (using 80 min. cassette) SP: 80 min., LP: 120 min.

For General

Power supply DC 11 V (Using AC Adapter) DC 7.2 V (Using battery pack) Power consumption Approx. 3.2 W (LCD monitor off, viewfinder on) Approx. 4.2 W (LCD monitor on, viewfinder off) Dimensions (W x H x D) 56 mm x 94 mm x 112 mm (with the LCD monitor closed and the viewfinder pushed back in) Weight Approx. 430 g (without battery, cassette and lens cap) Approx. 510 g (incl. battery, cassette and lens cap) Operating temperature 0C to 40C Operating humidity 35% to 80% Storage temperature 20C to 50C Pickup 1/6" CCD Lens F 1.8, f = 2.2 mm to 55 mm, 25:1 power zoom lens Filter diameter 27 mm LCD monitor 2.5" diagonally measured, LCD panel/TFT active matrix system Viewfinder Electronic viewfinder with 0.16" black-and-white LCD Speaker Monaural

For Connectors

S/AV S-Video output: Y: 1.0 V (p-p), 75 , analogue C: 0.29 V (p-p), 75 , analogue Video output: 1.0 V (p-p), 75 , analogue Audio output: 300 mV (rms), 1 k, analogue, stereo DV Output: 4-pin, IEEE1394 compliant

AC Adapter

Power requirement AC 110 V to 240 Vd, 50 Hz/60 Hz Output DC 11 V G, 1 A Specifications shown are for SP mode unless otherwise indicated. E & O.E. Design and specifications subject to change without notice.
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AC Adapter.. 13 Animation.. 24
Snapshot Mode... 23 Sound Mode.. 23, 26 Speaker Volume.. 20 Specifications.. 46 Spot Exposure Control.. 31
Backlight Compensation.. 31 Battery Pack.. 11, 13, 43 Beep.. 25 Blank Search.. 20
Tape Speed (REC MODE).. 23, 26 Telephoto Setting.. 24 Time Code.. 19, 26 Tripod Mounting.. 15 Troubleshooting.. 38
Changing The Menu Settings. Charging The Battery Pack.. 11 Connection To A Personal Computer. 37 Connections To A TV Or VCR.. 21
Warning Indications.. 40 White Balance.. 32 Wide Mode... 24 Wipe Or Fader Effects.. 33
Data Battery... 12 Date/Time Settings.. 14 Demonstration Mode.. 25 Digital Image Stabilisation (DIS).. 24 Dubbing... 35, 36
Zooming... 18, 23 5-Second Recording.. 28

Exposure Control.. 30



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