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JVC GZ-MG155e Digital Camcorder & Video Recorder, size: 9.4 MB
User reviews and opinions
|djedje||11:41pm on Thursday, October 28th, 2010|
|This Review is Underconstruction, Thank you REPLACEMENT The JVC Everio GZ-MG155 was to be a replacement for a Sony Hi 8mm and a JVC miniDV. This Review is Underconstruction, Thank you REPLACEMENT The JVC Everio GZ-MG155 was to be a replacement for a Sony Hi 8mm and a JVC miniDV.|
|mun||11:47am on Monday, September 13th, 2010|
|My wife and I bought this digital HHD camcorder to replace my old Panasonic VHS-C Small, lightweight,easy to use.. This is our third camcorder, started with a vhs (vhc-c) model 5 years ago. It was not so great, but we did get to capture some movie memories.|
|kribit||3:48pm on Friday, August 20th, 2010|
|I am using this camcorder since nov 2007.Its menu are easy and no need to preserve disc or tapes as it has 30gb hard drive.good optical zoom of 34x.|
|mmassey1||1:30pm on Thursday, August 5th, 2010|
|Good light weight unit which is easy to use. It has plenty of HD capacity so gives good quaility images with high quality mode. No fiddly tapes to cause problem - I never did get on with MiniDVD Output needs converting to AVI to edit on my editing program, Ulead.|
|fm107605||1:11pm on Wednesday, July 28th, 2010|
|I just purchased this camera last month and have used it many times. The controls are easy to use and the pictures are sharp and clear.|
|dawid||11:28am on Sunday, July 11th, 2010|
|Intro: The JVC Everio GZ-MG155 is a hard disk drive-based, ultra-compact camcorder.Compared to other ultra-compact camcorders on the market.|
|DarkVamp||6:26pm on Monday, May 24th, 2010|
|good camera but slow Bought this as I was into the hard drive spec and hoped I could drag and drop digital video files onto the mac. JVC Everio GZ-MG155 Ok this is my first ever review so bear with me. First impressions of the camcorder.|
|rwremote||10:35am on Friday, April 9th, 2010|
|I bought the JVC MG155. It worked great for one month. Then edges of moving objects became extremely distorted. [...] Worked great for 1 Month Broke,...|
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Precautions on handling batteries
Be sure to use the JVC BN-VF808U/VF815U/VF823U battery packs. If the camera is subjected to electrostatic discharge, turn the power off before using it
If a malfunction occurs, stop using the camera immediately and consult your local JVC dealer
If a problem occurs when using the SD card, take the card together with the camera
for repair. If one of them is not included, the cause of the malfunction cannot be diagnosed, and the camera cannot be repaired. Recorded data may be erased while the camera is being repaired or inspected. Back up all data before requesting repairs or inspections.
Because the camera may be used for demonstration in a shop, the demonstration mode is set to on by default
To deactivate the demonstration mode, set [DEMO MODE] to [OFF]. ( pg. 48)
This operating instruction is applicable to models GZ-MG275, GZ-MG255, GZ-MG155, GZ-MG135 and GZ-MG130
Unless otherwise indicated, illustrations in this operating instructions are of GZMG135. only.
Icons such as
indicate that the feature is applicable to the specied model
When connecting the camera to other device using a DV cable, make sure to follow the procedure below. Connecting the cable incorrectly may cause malfunctions to the camera and/or other device. 4
Connect the DV cable rst to other device, and then to the camera. Connect the DV cable (plugs) correctly according to the shape of the DV connector.
GETTING STARTED Accessories.. 6
How to Use the Everio Dock.. 6 Attaching the Shoulder Strap. 7 Attaching the Core Filter.. 7 Preparing the Remote Control.. 7
EDITING/PRINTING Managing Files.. 30
Deleting/Protecting Files.. 30 Viewing File Information.. 32 Changing the Event Registration of Video Files after Recording.. 32 Partial Delete (EDITED COPY). 33
Index... 8 Indications on LCD Monitor. 10 Necessary Settings before Use.. 12
Charging the Battery Pack. 12 Language Setting.. 13 Date/Time Setting.. 13
Creating Playlists.. 34 Playing Back Playlists.. 35 Other Operations of Playlists.. 36
Print Setting... 37
DPOF Print Setting.. 37 Direct Printing with PictBridge Printer. 38
Other Settings.. 14
Grip Adjustment.. 14 Lens Cover.. 14 Checking the Remaining Battery Power.. 14 Tripod Mounting.. 14 When Using an SD Card.. 15
COPYING Copying Files.. 40
During Video Playback
During Still Image Playback
Mode Indicator ( pg. 24) : Playlist Playback Indicator (Appears when playing back a playlist.) ( pg. 35) : Event Search Playback Indicator (Appears when playing back a video le from the event search.) ( pg. 27) : Date Search Playback Indicator (Appears when playing back a video le from the date search.) ( pg. 26) Picture Quality: (ultra ne), (ne), (normal), (economy) ( pg. 46) Playback Mode ( pg. 24) U : Playback 9 : Pause 5 : Forward Search 3 : Reverse Search 9U : Forward Slow-Motion Y9 : Reverse Slow-Motion (The number on the left shows speed.) Counter ( pg. 47) Volume Level Indicator Battery Indicator ( pg. 54) Date/Time ( pg. 13) Selected Medium Indicator ( pg. 47, 48) Drop Detection Indicator (Appears when [DROP DETECTION] is set to [OFF].) ( pg. 48) Effect Mode Indicator ( pg. 28) Wipe/Fader Effect Indicator ( pg. 28)
Mode Indicator ( pg. 25) Folder/File Number Slide Show Playback Indicator ( pg. 25) Battery Indicator ( pg. 54) Date/Time ( pg. 49) Selected Medium Indicator ( pg. 47, 48) Drop Detection Indicator (Appears when [DROP DETECTION] is set to [OFF].) ( pg. 48) Effect Mode Indicator ( pg. 28)
Operation guide display The operation guide is displayed at the bottom of the screen during menu display etc.
Necessary Settings before Use
Attach the battery pack.
Slide the battery pack down until it locks in place. Bottom of the Camera
Set Lever Power/Mode Switch
Connect the AC adapter.
DC Connector To AC Outlet (110V to 240V)
Be sure to congure the following three settings before use.
Charging the Battery Pack
Open the cover.
AC Adapter (ex. AP-V17E)*
Set the power/mode switch to OFF.
Slide while pressing down the lock button.
MODE ON OFF (CHARGE)
* If the provided AC adapter is AP-V14E, connect the power cord to the AC adapter, and plug the power cord into an AC outlet.
You can also connect the AC adapter using the Everio dock connector. ( pg. 6) The access/charge lamp blinks to indicate charging has started. When the lamp goes out, charging is nished. Unplug the AC adapter (or the power cord) from the AC outlet and disconnect the AC adapter from the camera.
Open the SD card cover.
Select [EXECUTE] in [FORMAT SD CARD] to format the card. ( pg. 50)
Firmly insert the card with its clipped edge rst.
Close the SD card cover.
8 To remove an SD card Push the SD card once. After the card comes out a little, pull it out.
Preparation: Set the power/mode switch to ON.
Slide the power/mode switch to MODE to select (video) mode.
MODE ON OFF
Press the PLAY/REC button to select recording mode.
The switch returns to the original position when it is released.
lamp on the camera lights up.
Press the REC button to start recording.
Approximate remaining time for recording appears.
8 To stop recording Press the REC button again. 8 To change the picture quality Change the settings in [QUALITY]. ( pg. 46) 8 To register a le to an event See page 19.
8 To change the aspect ratio of the image (16:9/4:3) Change the settings in [16:9 WIDE RECORDING]. ( pg. 47)
The video recording mode is automatically selected when you turn the cameras power off and then
If the camera is not operated for 5 minutes while the power is on, it turns itself off automatically to
conserve power. To turn the camera on again when using the battery pack, set the power/mode switch to OFF, then to ON. When using the AC adapter, perform any operation such as zooming. Video les are given the names MOV_001.MOD to MOV_009.MOD, MOV_00A.MOD to MOV_00F.MOD, and MOV_010.MOD in order of recording. After recording video for 12 consecutive hours, recording stops automatically. A new le will be created for every 4 GB of continuous shooting. This camera records video in MPEG2 format compliant with SD-VIDEO format. Remember that this camera is not compatible with other digital video formats. Do not move or shake the camera suddenly during recording. If you do so, the sound of the hard disk drive may be recorded.
Still Image Recording
Slide the power/mode switch to MODE to select (still image) mode.
Press and hold the SNAPSHOT button halfway.
The indicator becomes green when the captured image is focused. 8 To change the picture quality Change the settings in [QUALITY]. ( pg. 47) 8 To record still images continuously Set [CONTINUOUS SHOOTING] to [ON]. ( pg. 48) 8 To change the image size Change the settings in [IMAGE SIZE]. ( pg. 47)
Spot Exposure Control
Use this function when backlight compensation does not work well, or to adjust the brightness in the desired spot. After performing To Change to Manual Recording Mode ( pg. 20)
8 To cancel nightscope Move the set lever to (NIGHT) so that the indicator disappears.
Select the desired spot metering area frame.
It is recommended to use the tripod ( pg. 14) when recording with a slow shutter speed.
Backlight compensation brightens the subject by increasing the exposure. After performing To Change to Manual Recording Mode ( pg. 20) 8 To lock the exposure After you nish conguring the setting, press and hold the set lever for more than 2 seconds. The indicator appears. 8 To cancel spot exposure control Move the set lever to ( ) once so that the indicator disappears.
8 To cancel backlight compensation Move the set lever to ( ) twice so that the indicator disappears.
Manual Recording (Continued)
Manual Setting in Function Menu
You can use manual recording functions easily by selecting items in the function menus. After performing To Change to Manual Recording Mode ( pg. 20)
ADJUST BRIGHTNESS AUTO 0
Depending on the kind of settings you select, you can set the value by moving the set lever to / after selecting.
FOCUS ADJUST BRIGHTNESS SHUTTER SPEED APERTURE PRIORITY WB EFFECT TELE MACRO
Select the desired menu.
For details on each menu, see below.
The menu disappears and the indicator for the set function appears. 8 To return to the previous screen Move the set lever to. 8 To exit the screen Press FUNCTION.
Settings: [ ] = Factory-preset [AUTO]: The focus is adjusted automatically. : Adjusts the focus manually. Move the set lever to / to set the focus. (When zooming, the subject will not go out of focus if you adjust the focus at the telephoto (T) side before zooming to the wide-angle (W) side.) For mode [AUTO]: The brightness is adjusted automatically. 6 to +6: Corrects the brightness within this range in increments of 1. Move the set lever to / to set the value.
Adjusts the focus.
Adjusts the brightness.
For mode : The brightness is not adjusted. 2.0 to +2.0 (EV): Corrects the brightness within this range in increments of 1/3EV. Move the set lever to / to set the value. 8 To lock the exposure When the menu disappears after you nish conguring the setting, press and hold the set lever for more than 2 seconds. The indicator appears.
Menus SHUTTER SPEED
A fast shutter speed can freeze the motion of a fast-moving subject, and a slow shutter speed can blur the subject to give the impression of motion.
Settings: [ ] = Factory-preset [AUTO]: The shutter speed is adjusted automatically. 1/2 to 1/4000 (For mode) / 1/2 to 1/500 (For mode): The smaller the value, the faster the shutter speed. Move the set lever to / to set the value.
It is recommended to use the tripod ( pg. 14) when recording with a slow shutter speed. [AUTO]: The aperture value is adjusted automatically. F1.2 to F16: The lower the F-number (larger aperture value), the more blurred the background will become. The higher the Fnumber (smaller aperture value), the clearer the focus will be for both near and far objects. Move the set lever to / to set the value.
You can add a blurring effect to the background by setting the aperture value (F-number).
If the image is too bright, set to a larger F-number. If the image is too dark, set to a smaller F-number. [AUTO]: White balance is adjusted automatically. MWB: Adjusts the white balance manually depending on the light source. WB
Adjusts the white balance to achieve the optimum colours for the amount of light in your surroundings during recording.
1) Hold a sheet of plain white paper in front of the subject so that the white paper lls the screen. 2) Press and hold the set lever until the indicator starts blinking then stops blinking. FINE: When shooting outdoors on a sunny day. CLOUD: When shooting outdoors on a cloudy day. HALOGEN: When a video light or similar type of lighting is used. [OFF]: No effect is used. SEPIA: The image has a brownish tint like old photos. MONOTONE: The image becomes black and white like old movies. CLASSIC FILM*: This effect skips frames to give images of an old movie atmosphere. STROBE*: The image looks like a series of consecutive snapshots. * Not available in mode. [OFF]: Disables the function. ON: Activates the function.
Enables you to record videos or still images with special effects.
Enables you to shoot a subject as large as possible at a distance of approx. 40 cm.
Playing Back Files
Video Playback Slide the power/mode switch to MODE to select (video) mode.
Press the PLAY/REC button to select playback mode.
The index screen for videos appears.
Move the set lever to / / / to select the desired le, then press down.
8 To return to the index screen Press INDEX. 8 To watch on TV See page 29. 8 To turn the date display on/off Change the settings in [DATE/TIME]. ( pg. 49) 8 To check the le information Press INFO when playback is paused. ( pg. 32) Operations during Playback Return to the rst scene of the le Play/Pause Reverse search/ Frame-by-frame playback (during pause) Forward search/ Frame-by-frame playback (during pause) Go to the rst scene of the next le During forward reverse search, moving the set lever to alters the search speed (maximum 60x). /
Select [EXECUTE AND QUIT] (when performing [DELETE]) or [QUIT] (when performing [PROTECT]).
Managing Files (Continued)
Viewing File Information
Preparation: For mode: Pause the playback. Alternatively, select the le on the index screen. For mode: Play back the still image. Alternatively, select the le on the index screen.
Changing the Event Registration of Video Files after Recording mode only
Preparation: Slide the power/mode switch to MODE to mode. select Press the PLAY/REC button to select playback mode.
FILE FOLDER DATE/TIME PB TIME QUALITY PROTECT
: MOV005.MOD : PRG001 : 01.01.2007 10:56 : 00:30:02 : ULTRA FINE : OFF
Select [CHANGE EVENT REG.].
Folder name DATE/TIME: Date and time of the recording PB TIME (for video les): Playback time (length of the le) SIZE (for still images): Image size ( pg. 47) QUALITY: Image quality ( pg. 46, 47) PROTECT: File protection status ( pg. 30) 8 To turn off the le information display Press INFO again.
Select a new event to register the le to.
To move to the next page, select [NEXT
Select the le you want to register.
mark appears on the le. To select other les, repeat this step. If you slide the zoom lever towards T, the preview screen is displayed. Sliding the zoom lever towards W returns to the index screen.
EVENT RE-REGISTRATION ENDS DO YOU WANT TO SAVE? SAVE AND QUIT DELETE AND QUIT CANCEL
Set the point at which you want to divide the le.
COPY 1st SECTION COPY 2nd SECTION CANCEL
Select [SAVE AND QUIT].
00 : 24 : 18 QUIT
Select the le you want to copy.
[COPY 1st SECTION]:
Copy the section before the division point. [COPY 2nd SECTION]: Copy the section after the division point.
Partial Delete (EDITED COPY) mode only
You can divide the selected video le into two, and make a copy of the desired section as a new video le. Preparation: Slide the power/mode switch to MODE to select mode. Press the PLAY/REC button to select playback mode.
When copying is nished, the copied le is added to the index screen. 8 To exit the screen Press FUNCTION.
When playing back the copied le, the recording date of the original le is displayed. Meanwhile, the date when you copied is displayed on the le information display. ( pg. 32)
Select [EDITED COPY].
To delete all playlists at once, select [DELETE ALL].
Move the set lever to / [EDIT], then press down.
Move the set lever to / to select the playlist you want to edit, then press down.
To add or delete les, follow the steps 5 to 8 in Creating Playlists. ( pg. 34)
Press down the set lever. Move the set lever to / to select [EXECUTE], then press down.
Changing Playlist Names The default name of a playlist is its creation date and time.
Move the set lever to / to select [RENAME], then press down. Move the set lever to / to select the desired playlist, then press down. Move the set lever to / / / to select the desired letter, then press down.
Repeat this process to complete the name. You can change the character types (capital
letters, small letters or marks) by selecting [A/a/@]. To correct a letter, select [}] or ] and press down the set lever to move the cursor to the letter, then select [CLEAR] and press down the set lever.
Move the set lever to / / / select [ ], then press down.
Setting Files Individually After performing steps 1-2
Select [SELECT IMAGES].
DPOF TOTAL: 0
If you slide and hold the zoom lever towards T, the preview screen of the still image is displayed.
DPOF Print Setting
This camera is compatible with DPOF (Digital Print Order Format). You can set which images to be printed and the number of prints with this camera. This feature is useful to print with a DPOF-compatible printer or for taking the recording medium to a photo lab for printing. Preparation: Slide the power/mode switch to MODE to select mode. Press the PLAY/REC button to select playback mode.
Select the number of prints. (max. 15 prints)
To set print information for other images, repeat steps 4 and 5. (You can set up to 999 les.)
DELETE PROTECT COPY MOVE DPOF EFFECT
DPOF SELECT IMAGES ALL 1 CHECK SETTINGS RESET
8 To exit the screen Press FUNCTION. 8 To cancel the selection Set the number of prints to 00 in step 5. 8 To conrm DPOF settings In step 3, move the set lever to / to select [CHECK SETTINGS], then press down. If necessary, change the number of prints for the desired le by following steps 4 and 5. 8 To reset DPOF settings 1) In step 3, move the set lever to / to select [RESET], then press down. 2) Move the set lever to / to select [EXECUTE], then press down.
the USB cable, then reconnect it.
You cannot return to the previous screen
while operating Direct print. If you want to redo the operation, remove the USB cable, switch off the cameras power, and start the operation again from the beginning.
8 To stop printing after printing starts 1) Press down the set lever. 2) Move the set lever to / to select [EXECUTE], then press down.
Using a DVD Burner to Copy Files from the Camera (DVD Creation Function)
Supported discs: 12cm DVD-R, DVD-RW
Regarding DVD-R discs, only unused DVDR discs can be used. Regarding DVD-RW discs, used DVD-RW discs can also be used, but they need to be formatted before recording. Formatting a disc deletes all content recorded on the disc up until that time. Dual-layer discs cannot be used.
Regarding nalisation after copying
PLAY/REC Button The disc is automatically nalised so that it can be played on other devices. After nalising, the disc is a play-only disc, so no more les can be added. Preparation: Set the power/mode switch to OFF.
Types of Copying and Connectable Device The Camera You can copy still images between the HDD and SD card with this camera alone. ( pg. 45)
DVD Burner (CU-VD10/CU-VD20) You can copy video les recorded on this camera onto DVD discs. ( right column) VCR/DVD Recorder You can dub video les recorded on this camera onto DVD discs. ( pg. 44)
To AC Outlet USB Cable USB Connector DVD Burner
Copying Only the Newly Taken Video Files Files that have never been copied to the DVD discs are automatically selected and copied.
Selecting and Copying Video Files After performing step 1 ( left column)
Select an item and display the DVD Creation List for the les to be copied.
DVD CREATION LIST
ALL DVD1 01.01.2007 12:04 01.01.2007 12:15 DVD2 01.02.2007 12:04 01.02.2007 12:15
SELECT FROM SCENES ALL SCENES SELECT FROM EVENT SELECT FROM DATE SELECT FROM PLAYLIST
[SELECT FROM EVENT]:
ALL WILL BE CREATED TIME REQUIRED: 45 MIN. DVD-RW EXECUTE CANCEL
The DVD disc begins to be created. When [COMPLETED] appears, press down the set lever to complete the operation. When [COMPLETED. CHANGE DISC] appears, change the disc. The second DVD disc begins to be created. To cancel the DVD creation, select [CANCEL].
8 To exit the screen Press MENU, then move the set lever to / to select [EXECUTE] and press down.
Search for an event and display the corresponding les listed by recording date. Move the set lever to / / / to select the event, then press down. [SELECT FROM DATE]: Display the les recorded on selected dates listed by recording date. Move the set lever to / to select the recording date, then press down. [SELECT FROM PLAYLIST]: Register a created playlist. ( pg. 34) Playlists are displayed in a list in the selection order. 1) Move the set lever to / to select the desired list, then press down. To select other lists, repeat this process. 2) Move the set lever to twice. [CREATE DUPLICATE]: Create a DVD disc identical to the one created last time. The last creation date is displayed. (Up to 20 les) Move the set lever to / to select the date, then press down. [SELECT FROM SCENES]: Register a le individually. Files are displayed in a list in the selection order. 1) Move the set lever to / to select the desired le, then press down. To select other les, repeat this process. 2) Move the set lever to twice. [ALL SCENES]: Display all les individually. Make sure to read Disc number ( pg. 42) before proceeding to the next procedure.
Trouble White balance setting cannot be activated. The continuous shooting speed is slow. Playback cannot be performed. The black & white fader does not work. There is a noise during playback. During video playback, the U indicator ashes. Files cannot be deleted. When the image is printed from the printer, a black bar appears at the bottom of the screen. The data process is too slow after the power is switched on or the mode is changed. The SD card cannot be removed from the camera. The CREATE DVD screen is displayed in the LCD monitor, and no other operations can be performed.
Do not select the sepia (SEPIA) or monotone
Recording Playback Other problems
(MONOTONE) mode before setting white balance. repeatedly making continuous shots, when using certain recording media, or under certain recording conditions. 47, 28
The continuous shooting speed will drop when
Select the recording medium properly. To watch images on a TV, set the TVs input mode or
channel that is appropriate for video playback.
(MONOTONE) mode before setting white balance. recorded if the camera was moved suddenly during recording. Do not move or shake the camera suddenly during recording. camera continues to heat up, playback may be stopped to protect the recording medium. In this case, turn off the power, and then wait until the camera cools down. 31 47
The sound of the hard disk drive may have been
The temperature of the camera is increasing. If the Remove protection from the les and delete them. This is not a malfunction. This can be avoided by
recording with DIS activated.
There is a large number of still images (approx. 1,000
or more) stored in the recording medium. Copy the stored les to a PC, and delete them from the recording medium. 15
Push the SD card in a few more times. Another operation is being attempted while a DVD burner
that is switched on is connected. Switch off the DVD burner power, and switch the cameras power off and back on again.
Displays the remaining battery power.
(Battery indicator) High Exhausted
Avoid using strong cleaning agents such as benzine or alcohol. Mould may form if the lens is left dirty. When using a cleaner or chemically treated cloth, refer to the cautions for each product.
8 For general
Power supply DC 11 V (Using AC adapter) DC 7.2 V (Using battery pack) Power consumption Approx. 3.8 W Approx. 3.2 (3.4)* W *When using the LED light Approx. 3 (3.2)* W *When using the LED light Dimensions (W x H x D) 66 mm x 71 mm x 110 mm Weight Approx. 355 g (incl. strap) Approx. 400 g (incl. battery and strap) Approx. 330 g (incl. strap) Approx. 375 g (incl. battery and strap) Approx. 320 g (incl. strap) Approx. 365 g (incl. battery and strap) Operating temperature 0C to 40C Operating humidity 35% to 80% Storage temperature 20C to 50C
Pickup 1/3.9 (2,180,000 pixels) CCD 1/6 (1,070,000 pixels) CCD 1/6 (800,000 pixels) CCD Lens F 1.2 to 2.0, f = 3.8 mm to 38 mm, 10:1 power zoom lens Video: F 1.8 to 4.5, f = 2.5 mm to 80 mm, 32:1 power zoom lens Still image: F 1.9 to 4.5, f = 2.9 mm to 80 mm, 27:1 power zoom lens F 2.0 to 4.7, f = 2.3 mm to 78.2 mm, 34:1 power zoom lens Filter diameter 30.5 mm LCD monitor 2.7 diagonally measured, LCD panel/TFT active matrix system Speaker Monaural Flash Within 2 m (recommended shooting distance) LED Light Within 1.5 m (recommended shooting distance) Language English/French/German/Spanish/Italian/Dutch/ Portuguese/Russian/Polish/Czech/Turkish
8 For still image
Format JPEG Image size 6 modes (1632 x 1224 / 1280 x 960 / 1024 x 768 / 640 x 480 / 1632 x 912 / 1280 x 720) 2 modes (1152 x 864 / 640 x 480) 1 mode (640 x 480) Picture quality 2 modes (FINE/STANDARD)
8 For connectors
DV output 4-pin (I.LINK/IEEE1394 compliant) S output Y: 1.0 V (p-p), 75 C: 0.3 V (p-p), 75 AV output Video output: 1.0 V (p-p), 75 Audio output: 300 mV (rms), 1 k USB Mini USB type A and type B, USB 2.0 compliant
Power requirement AC 110 V to 240 Vd, 50 Hz/60 Hz Output ,1A DC 11 V
8 For video/Audio
Format SD-VIDEO Recording/Playback format Video: MPEG-2 Audio: Dolby Digital (2 ch) Signal format PAL standard Recording mode (video) ULTRA FINE: 720 x 576 pixels, 8.5 Mbps (VBR) FINE: 720 x 576 pixels, 5.5 Mbps (VBR) NORMAL: 720 x 576 pixels, 4.2 Mbps (VBR) ECONOMY: 352 x 288 pixels, 1.5 Mbps (VBR) Recording mode (audio) ULTRA FINE: 48 kHz, 384 kbps FINE: 48 kHz, 384 kbps NORMAL: 48 kHz, 256 kbps ECONOMY: 48 kHz, 128 kbps
This apparatus is in conformance with the valid European directives and standards regarding electromagnetic compatibility and electrical safety. European representative of Victor Company of Japan Limited is: JVC Technology Centre Europe GmbH Postfach Friedberg Germany
A AC Adapter... 12
Adjust Brightness.. 22 Aperture Priority.. 23 Auto Power Off.. 49
M Manual Recording.. 20
Menu Settings.. 46
B Backlight Compensation.. 21
Battery Pack.. 12, 14, 58 Brightness Control (LCD Monitor). 48
N Nightscope... 21 O On-Screen Display... 49
Operation Sound.. 48
P Partial Delete.. 33
PictBridge.. 38 Picture Quality.. 46, 47 Playlist.. 34 Power-Linked Operation.. 8 Preset... 49 Printer... 38 Program AE.. 20 Protecting Files... 30
C Clean-up HDD.. 50
Clock Adjust.. 13, 49 Continuous Shooting.. 48 Copying (Moving) Still Images. 45 Copying Video Files.. 41, 44 Core Filter... 7
D Date/Time.. 49
Date Display Style.. 49 Date Index Screen.. 26 Deleting Files.. 30, 50 Deleting Playlist... 36 Demonstration Mode.. 48 Digital Image Stabiliser (DIS).. 47 Direct Printing.. 38 Display on TV.. 49 DPOF... 37 Drop Detection.. 48 DVD Burner.. 40 DVD Recorder.. 44
Q Quick Restart.. 49 R Recordable Time/Number of Images. 57
Recording Medium.. 19, 47, 48, 58 Remote Control.. 7, 8, 48 Resetting the Camera. 51 Resetting the File Number.. 50
S Scene Counter.. 47
Screen Size (16:9/4:3). 47 SD Card.. 15 Select TV Type.. 49 Self-Timer.. 48 Shutter Speed.. 23 Slide Show... 25 Speaker Volume.. 24 Spot Exposure Control.. 21 Still Image.. 17, 25
E Effect... 23, 28
Event Registration. 19, 32 Event Screen.. 26 Everio Dock.. 6
File Information.. 32 Flash.. 18 Focus.. 22 Formatting a Recording Medium.. 50 Gain Up.. 47, 48
Tele Macro.. 23 Tripod Mounting... 14 TV.. 29 Video... 16, 24
G Gain... 47 H Hard Disk.. 58 I Image Rotation.. 25
Image Size... 47
V VCR... 44 W White Balance.. 23
Wind Cut... 47 Wipe or Fader Effects.. 28
Language Setting.. 13, 49 LCD Monitor... 8, 10, 58 LED Light.. 18 Lens Cover... 14
Zooming... 18, 46
Printed in Malaysia 2007 Victor Company of Japan, Limited
PC OPERATION GUIDE
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OS: Windows XP Home Edition [XP] (preinstalled), or Windows XP Professional [XP] (preinstalled) CPU: Intel Pentium 4, at least 1.6 GHz (at least 2.2 GHz recommended) Intel Pentium M, at least 1.4 GHz RAM: At least 256 MB (at least 512 MB recommended) Free hard disk space: At least 550 MB for installation For creating DVD-Video, at least 10 GB recommended For creating VCD, at least 1 GB recommended Connector: USB 2.0 connector Display: Must be capable of displaying 1024 x 600 dots (VRAM: 128 MB and more recommended) Miscellaneous: Internet Explorer 5.5 or later DirectX 9.0 or later DirectX is automatically installed during installation. Supported media: DVD-Video: DVD-R/-RW, DVD+R/+RW DVD-VR: DVD-RW, DVD-RAM DVD+VR: DVD+RW VideoCD: CD-R/RW For the compatible DVD burners, refer to CyberLink web site: http://www.cyberlink.com/english/products/ powerproducer/3/comp_dvd_drives.jsp
The system requirements information is not a guarantee that the provided software will work on all personal computers meeting those requirements.
The following software is included in the CD-ROM that came with your Everio. CyberLink DVD Solution
Comprehensive application software that consists of the following 3 software.
PowerCinema NE for Everio
The main authoring software. You can perform various operations such as le backup, playback, and editing from the top menu of this software.
PowerProducer 3 NE
Allows you to create DVDs with more specied settings. Automatically starts from an operation in PowerCinema NE for Everio.
PowerDirector 5 NE Express
Allows you to edit les on your PC. Automatically starts from an operation in PowerCinema NE for Everio.
Digital Photo Navigator 1.5
Allows you to change the format of still image les backed up on your computer.
Preparation: Quit any other software you are using. (Check that there are no other application icons on the status bar.)
Load the provided CD-ROM into the PC. After a moment, the [SETUP] screen appears. If the [SETUP] screen does not appear, double-click the CD-ROM icon in the [My Computer].
Click [Easy Installation]. If you want to specify the type of software to install or the installation destination folder etc., select [Custom Installation]. Follow the instructions on the screen to install the software.
Select the desired language and click [OK].
Click [Yes]. The software installation starts.
When installation is completed
The installed software is displayed in [All Programs].
A Select [PowerDirector 5 NE Express] from [All Programs]. B Click [Users Guide] or [Readme].
Digital Photo Navigator 1.5 The Users Guide is included on the CD-ROM in PDF format. A Load the provided CD-ROM into the PC.
B Right-click the CD-ROM icon in [My Computer], then click [Open]. C Double-click the [DOCS] folder. D Open the Start.pdf le and click the button of the desired language.
You need to connect to the Internet to be able to see the Tutorial. Adobe Acrobat ReaderTM or Adobe Reader must be installed to read PDF les. Adobe Reader can be loaded from Adobes web site: http://www.adobe.com/
Contact us for information on the included software Use of this software is authorized according to the terms of the software license.
When contacting the nearest JVC ofce or agency in your country about this software (refer to the JVC Worldwide Service Network at http://www.jvc-victor.co.jp/english/worldmap/indexe.html), please ll out the following and have the appropriate information ready. Product Name PC Model Manufacturer Problem Model (Desktop/Laptop) Error Message CPU OS Memory (MB) Available Hard Disk Space (MB) Please note that it may take some time to respond to your questions, depending on their subject matter. JVC cannot answer questions regarding basic operation of your PC, or questions regarding specications or performance of the OS, other applications or drivers.
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