Panasonic - Non-HD - AVCHD - Hard Drive - Standard SD - SDHC - 12 x optical zoom - 15.2 ounce
This highly-affordable HD camcorder is ideal for widescreen, high-resolution event documentation, presentation, training, coaching, and video production applications. Compatible with the rapidly growing number of large HD flat screen displays as well as front and rear-screen projectors, the AG-HSC1U offers much sharper images than can be obtained by standard definition (SD) camcorders. Highly reliable and flexible because it's solid state with no moving parts like tape or disc-based systems,... Read more [ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your Panasonic AG-HSC1U photo ]
Panasonic AG-HSC1u Digital Camcorder & Video Recorder, size: 13.2 MB
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Changing the display style
Press the MENU button, then select [SETUP] # [DATE FORMAT] # desired display style and press the cursor button.
2 Move the cursor button left or
right to select the item to be set. Then, move the cursor button up or down to set the desired value.
Display style [Y/M/D] [M/D/Y] [D/M/Y]
Screen display 2007.12.15 DEC 15.12.2007
The year will change as follows: 2000, 2001,., 2039, 2000,. The 12-hour system is used to display the time.
3 Press the cursor button to enter
The clock function starts at  seconds when the cursor button is pressed. After pressing the MENU button to finish the setting, check the date and time display.
The date and time function are driven by a built-in lithium battery. Make sure to check the time before recording. If the time display becomes [- -], the built-in lithium battery has run down. Use the following steps to charge the battery. When you turn on the power for the first time after charging, a message asking you to set the date and time will appear. Select [YES] and set the date and time.
To recharge the built-in lithium battery:
If you connect the AC adaptor or insert the battery in this unit, the built-in lithium battery will be recharged. Leave the unit as it is for approx. 24 hours and the battery will save the date and time for approx. 6 months. (The battery is still being recharged even if the mode dial is set to OFF.)
Switching the language
You can switch the language on the screen display or the menu screen.
select [LANGUAGE] and press the center of the cursor button.
After adjustments are made if no operations are performed for about 2 seconds, the bar will disappear. Press the MENU button to exit the menu screen. [BRIGHTNESS]: Brightness of the LCD monitor [COLOR]: Color level of the LCD monitor These settings will not affect the images actually recorded.
2 Select [English] and press the
center of the cursor button.
In order to increase the brightness of the entire LCD monitor Press the POWER LCD button.
Adjusting LCD monitor
Adjusting the brightness and the color level of the LCD monitor
select [SETUP] # [LCD SET] # [YES] and press the cursor button.
The [ ] indication appears on the LCD monitor. Press the POWER LCD button if the surroundings are bright and the LCD monitor is difficult to see. The entire LCD monitor will become approx. twice as bright as usual. When the POWER LCD button is pressed again, the [ ] indication disappears and the original brightness is restored. This will not affect the images to be recorded. If you turn on the unit when the AC adaptor is used, this function will automatically be activated. This function cannot be used in PC Connection mode.
down to select the item to be adjusted. Then, press the cursor button and move the cursor button left or right to make the adjustment.
The bar display moves.
First, format the SD card if one which has been used on another device is going to be used for the first time on this unit. (l 79) When the SD card is formatted, all of the recorded data is deleted. Once the data is deleted, it cannot be restored. Copy valuable data onto a PC or other device before proceeding with the formatting. We recommend using HD Writer Ver1.0E for SD1 to import data recorded on this unit. (l 102)
Basic camera positioning
2 B 4 A D 6 E
1 Hold the unit with both hands. 2 Put your hand through the grip belt. Place your fingers on the rubber grip A and grasp the unit firmly. 3 Do not cover inlet B or outlet C of the cooling fan with your hand as it will prevent heat release. If heat builds up inside the unit, it could be damaged. 4 Do not cover the microphones D or the sensors E with your hands. 5 Keep your arms near your body. 6 Slightly open your legs. When you are outdoors, record pictures with the sunlight behind you. If the subject is backlit, it will become dark in the recording. When recording, make sure your footing is stable and there is no danger of colliding with another person or object.
About auto mode
Set the AUTO/MANUAL/FOCUS switch to AUTO, and color balance (white balance) and focusing will be adjusted automatically.
AUTO MANUAL FOCUS
Auto Ground-Directional Standby (AGS)
This function prevents unnecessary recording when you forget to pause recording and walk with the unit tilted upside down while recording continues.
Automatic white balance (l 123) Auto focus (l 124) Depending on the brightness of the subject etc., the aperture and shutter speed are automatically adjusted for an optimum brightness. (The shutter speed is adjusted to a maximum of 1/250 in recording mode.) Color balance and focus may not be adjusted automatically depending on light sources or scenes. If so, manually adjust these settings. Scene mode setting (l 63) White balance setting (l 65) Shutter speed setting (l 66) Iris/gain value setting (l 66) Manual focus setting (l 64)
If the zoom lever is pushed to the end, you can zoom from 1k up to 12k in as fast as approx. 1.8 seconds. When the zoom speed is high, the subject may not be focused easily.
Digital zoom function
If the zoom magnification exceeds 12k, then the digital zoom function will be activated. The maximum magnification provided by the digital zoom can be switched. Rotate the mode dial to select
Move the zoom lever.
T side: Close-up recording (zoom in) W side: Wide-angle recording (zoom out)
Press the MENU button, then select [BASIC] # [D.ZOOM] # desired item and press the cursor button.
[OFF]: Optical zoom only (Up to 12k) [30k]: Up to 30k [700k]: Up to 700k If [30k] or [700k] is selected, the digital zoom range is displayed in blue while zooming. The larger the digital zoom magnification, the more the image quality is degraded. If you take your finger off the zoom lever during zoom operation, the operation sound may be recorded. When returning the zoom lever to the original position, move it quietly. When zooming in while holding this unit by hand, we recommend using the image stabilizer function. (l 59) When distant subjects are brought closer, they are focused at about 1.2 m (3.9 feet) or more. When the zoom magnification is 1k, this unit can focus on a subject approx. 4 cm (1.6q) away from the lens. (Macro function) The zoom speed varies depending on the range over which the zoom lever is moved. (The zoom speed does not vary when operating with the remote control.)
About using the zoom microphone function
The zoom microphone is linked to the zooming operation and the sound sensitivity direction (directivity) of the microphone changes as you zoom. Far away sounds are recorded more clearly if you zoom in (close-up) and the surrounding sound is recorded with presence if you zoom out (wide angle). Rotate the mode dial to select
You can record yourself while viewing the LCD monitor. Rotate the mode dial to select
Rotate the LCD monitor towards the lens side.
Press the MENU button, then select [VIDEO] # [ZOOM MIC] # [ON] and press the cursor button.
The image is horizontally flipped as if you see a mirror image. (However the image recorded is the same as a normal recording.) When the LCD monitor is rotated towards the lens side, the icon will not be displayed even if you press the cursor button. Only some indications will appear on the screen. When  appears, return the direction of the LCD monitor to normal position and check the warning/alarm indication. (l 110)
The zoom microphone function does not work with an external microphone. When zooming in, surrounding sounds are suppressed and the sound near the front of the unit is recorded. When recording music recitals or other events where you wish to record quality sound and keep a realistic sensation even when zooming in, we recommend that you turn the zoom microphone function off.
Soft skin mode
This makes skin colors appear softer for a more attractive appearance.
This is more effective if you record a subject more closely from the torso up. Rotate the mode dial to select
Tele macro function
This is for close-ups bringing only what you want to record into focus.
By focusing only on the subject and blurring the background, the image can be impressive. The unit can focus on the subject at a distance of approx. 60 cm (24q). Rotate the mode dial to select
2 Move the cursor button left to
To cancel the soft skin mode
Select [ ] again. If the background or anything else in the scene has colors similar to the skin color, they will also be smoothed. If the brightness is insufficient, the effect may not be clear. If you record a person in the distance, the face may not be recorded clearly. In this case, cancel soft skin mode or zoom in on the face (close-up) to record. If the magnification is 12k or less, then it is automatically set to 12k.
To cancel the tele macro function
Select [ ] again. If a sharper focus cannot be achieved, adjust the focus manually. (l 64) In the following cases, the tele macro function is canceled. The zoom magnification becomes lower than 12k. The power is turned off or the mode dial is operated.
You can record still pictures on an SD card using the timer. Rotate the mode dial to select
The self-timer is canceled if the power is turned off or the mode dial is operated. The self-timer standby mode is canceled when you press the recording start/stop button to start motion picture recording. Even if you press the recording start/stop button while the self-timer is counting down, motion picture recording is not possible. Depending on the time taken to bring the subject into focus, the recording may take longer than set to start. Setting the self-timer to  is a good way to prevent image shake when the PHOTO SHOT button is pressed while using a tripod etc.
Use the built-in flash in order to record still pictures in dark places.
Rotate the mode dial to select
Each time the cursor button is pressed up, the indication changes by one setting in the following order:  #  # setting canceled 10: Records after 10 seconds 2: Records after 2 seconds
This is for displaying the parts that are too bright.
Parts where white saturation (color saturation) is likely to occur (extremely brightly lit or shiny parts) are displayed with diagonal lines (zebra pattern). Rotate the mode dial to select
This is for displaying a color bar to check the color tone.
This unit displays a 7 color bar which is useful for adjusting the picture quality of the TV or the external monitor. Rotate the mode dial to select
Press the MENU button, then select [ADVANCED] # [ZEBRA]# [ON] and press the cursor button.
Press the MENU button, then select [ADVANCED] # [COLOR BAR]# [ON] and press the cursor button.
To cancel the color bar
A Zebra pattern You can record an image with little white saturation if you manually adjust the shutter speed or brightness (iris/gain) (l 66). Press the MENU button, then select [ADVANCED] # [COLOR BAR] # [OFF] and press the cursor button. This function is canceled when the power is turned off. The icon will not be displayed even if you press the cursor button.
To cancel the zebra display
Press the MENU button, then select [ADVANCED] # [ZEBRA] # [OFF] and press the cursor button. The zebra pattern does not appear on the images actually recorded.
Manual recording functions
This is for recording in various situations.
When you record images in different situations, this mode automatically sets optimum shutter speeds and apertures. Rotate the mode dial to select
To cancel the scene mode function
Press the MENU button, then select [BASIC] # [SCENE MODE] # [OFF]. You can also cancel the scene mode function by setting the AUTO/MANUAL/FOCUS switch to AUTO. Sports mode For slow-motion playback or playback pause of recorded pictures, this mode helps diminish camera shake. During normal playback, the image movement may not look smooth. Avoid recording under fluorescent light, mercury light or sodium light because the color and brightness of the playback image may change. If you record a subject illuminated with strong light or a highly reflective subject, vertical lines of light may appear. If the brightness is insufficient, the sports mode does not function. The  display flashes. If this mode is used indoors, the screen may flicker. Portrait mode If this mode is used indoors, the screen may flicker. If so, change the scene mode setting to [OFF]. Low light mode Extremely dark scenes may not be able to be recorded finely. Spotlight mode If the recording subject is extremely bright, the recorded image may become whitish and the periphery of the recorded image extremely dark. Surf & snow mode If the subject is extremely bright, the recorded image may become whitish.
1 Set the AUTO/MANUAL/FOCUS
switch to MANUAL.
2 Press the MENU button, then
select [BASIC] # [SCENE MODE] # desired item and press the cursor button.
 Sports To record sports scenes or scenes where there are quick motions [ ] Portrait To make people stand out against the background [ ] Low light To make the scene brighter in dark conditions [ ] Spotlight To make the subject under a spotlight look more attractive [ ] Surf & snow To record images in bright places such as ski slopes and beaches
Manual focus adjustment
If auto focusing is difficult due to the conditions, then manual focusing is available. Rotate the mode dial to select
4 Move the cursor button left or
right to bring the subject into focus.
(When MF assist function is used)
Press the MENU button, then select [ADVANCED] # [MF ASSIST] # [ON] and press the cursor button.
The center of the screen is enlarged. The normal screen returns approximately 2 seconds after you finish bringing the subject into focus. The center of the screen is not enlarged when [MF ASSIST] is [OFF].
To restore to the automatic adjustment
The default setting is [ON].
2 Set the AUTO/MANUAL/FOCUS
Press the AUTO/MANUAL/FOCUS switch down again to the FOCUS position. You can also restore the auto focusing by setting the AUTO/MANUAL/FOCUS switch to AUTO. The subject may not be in focus when zoomed in if focusing with a wide angle. First, zoom in on the subject, and then focus on it.
3 Move the switch down and set it
to FOCUS position. About the MF assist function
The center of the screen is enlarged during manual focus adjustment. This allows you to focus on the subject more easily. MF assist does not work if the zoom magnification is more than 12k. The part of the screen that is enlarged is not enlarged on the image actually recorded. The zebra pattern does not appear on the part of the screen that is enlarged when [ZEBRA] is [ON].
The manual focus indication [MF] and the icon shown in the illustration appear.
This is for recording in natural colors.
The automatic white balance function may not reproduce natural colors depending on the scenes or lighting conditions. If so, you can adjust the white balance manually. Rotate the mode dial to select
Lights used for wedding receptions at hotels, stage spotlights in theatres Sunrise, sunset etc.
down to select [ALL SCENES] or [SELECT] and press the cursor button.
2 When the confirmation message
appears, select [YES], then press the cursor button.
When [ALL SCENES] is selected, the following scenes except the protected scenes will be deleted. Proceed to step 5. When [PLAY MODE] is set to [VIEW ALL]: All the scenes on the SD card When [PLAY MODE] is set to [BY DATE]: All the scenes selected by date
(Only when [SELECT] is selected in step 2)
Select the scene to be deleted, then press the cursor button.
The selected scene is encircled by a red frame. When the cursor button is pressed again, the selected scene will be canceled. Up to 50 scenes can be set in succession.
This is for preventing scenes from being deleted by mistake.
Scenes can be protected so that they are not deleted by mistake. (Even if you protect some scenes on an SD card, formatting the SD card will delete them.) Rotate the mode dial to select
5 When the confirmation message
To continue deleting other scenes
Repeat steps 3-5.
To complete editing
Press the MENU button. Scenes which cannot be played back (the thumbnails are displayed as ) cannot be deleted. Protected scenes cannot be deleted. Do not open the card slot cover while deleting. The deletion will stop. In case of [ALL SCENES], the deletion may take time if there are many scenes on the SD card. Do not turn off this unit while deleting. When you delete scenes, use a battery with sufficient battery power or use the AC adaptor. If you delete scenes recorded on other products with this unit, all the data related to the scenes may be deleted.
select [PLAY SETUP] # [SCENE PROTECT] # [YES] and press the cursor button.
2 Select the scene to be protected
and then press the center of the cursor button.
The [ ] indication appears and the scene is protected. Press the cursor button again to cancel the setting. 2 or more scenes can be set in succession.
To complete the settings
Editing still pictures
Deleting still pictures
This is for deleting still picture files recorded on SD cards.
The deleted files cannot be restored.
Deleting multiple files from the thumbnail display
and then select the playback) tab.
Deleting files one at a time
When [ALL SCENES] is selected, all files on the SD card except the protected files will be erased. Proceed to step 5.
Select the file to be deleted, then press the cursor button.
The selected file is encircled by a red frame. When the cursor button is pressed again, the selected file will be canceled. Up to 50 files can be set in succession.
Protecting still pictures
This is for preventing still picture files from being deleted by mistake.
Files recorded on an SD card can be protected so that they are not deleted by mistake. (Even if you protect some files on an SD card, formatting the SD card will delete them.) Rotate the mode dial to select
To continue deleting other files
Deleting still picture files recorded on an SD card by other products
A still picture file (other than JPEG) that cannot be played back on this unit may be erased. Protected files cannot be deleted. Do not open the card slot cover while deleting. The deletion will stop. In case of [ALL SCENES], the deletion may take time if there are many files on the SD card. Do not turn off this unit while deleting. When you delete files, use a battery with sufficient battery power or use the AC adaptor. If files conforming to DCF standard are deleted, all the data related to the files will be deleted.
2 Select the file to be protected and
then press the center of the cursor button.
The [ ] indication appears and the file is protected. Press the cursor button again to cancel the setting. You can also select multiple files in succession.
This is for writing the printing data on an SD card.
You can write the data of the still pictures to be printed and the number of prints (DPOF data) onto the SD card. Rotate the mode dial to select
To cancel all DPOF settings
Press the MENU button, then select [PLAY SETUP] # [DPOF SET] # [CANCEL ALL] and press the cursor button. When the confirmation message appears, select [YES], then press the cursor button.
What is DPOF?
DPOF stands for Digital Print Order Format. This enables picture printing information to be written onto an SD card so that it can be used on a system supporting DPOF. The DPOF setting can be established for up to 999 prints. DPOF setting made on other devices may not be recognized by this unit. Please perform the DPOF settings on this unit. You cannot add the recording date to pictures to be printed with the DPOF settings.
select [PLAY SETUP] # [DPOF SET] # [SET] and press the cursor button.
2 Select the file to be set and then
press the center of the cursor button.
The number of prints set to be in DPOF is displayed.
3 Move the cursor button up or
down to select the number of prints, then press the cursor button.
You can select from 0 to 999. (The selected number of pictures can be printed with the printer supporting DPOF.) To cancel the setting, set the number of prints to . You can also select multiple files in succession.
Formatting an SD card
This is for initializing cards.
Please be aware that if an SD card is formatted, then all the data recorded on the card will be erased. Store important data on a computer etc. Rotate the mode dial to select
select [SETUP] # [FORMAT CARD] # [YES] and press the cursor button.
When formatting is complete, press the MENU button to exit the message screen. Use this unit to format SD cards. If an SD card is formatted on other products (such as a computer), the time spent for recording may become longer and you may not be able to use the SD card. Depending on the type of SD card being used, it may take time to format. During formatting, do not turn this unit off. When you format the SD card, use a battery with sufficient battery power or the AC adaptor. Do not remove the SD card while formatting.
With other products
With a TV
Playback on TV
The motion pictures and still pictures recorded on this unit can be played back on a TV screen. Connect this unit to a TV with one of the following terminals. When connecting to a HDMI terminal, a connection cable (optional) is necessary. Difference in picture quality
1 Connect this unit and a TV with the HDMI cable (optional).
Use a HDMI cable (optional) A with the logo shown above.
2 Set the mode dial to to turn on the power. 3 Select the input channel on the TV.
Example: Select the [HDMI] channel etc. (The name of the channel may differ depending on the connected TV.)
4 Start playback on this unit.
The image and audio are output on the TV.
If the image or audio from this unit is not output on the TV
Check that the plugs are inserted as far as they go. Check the connected terminal. Check the input setting (input switch) and the audio input setting on the TV. (For more information, please read the operating instructions for the TV.) Check [HDMI RESOLUTION]. (l 82)
About the settings when connecting with HDMI
When this unit is connected to another device with a HDMI cable, the output setting on this unit can be changed.
HDMI output resolution
You can switch the method to output the images.
Press the MENU button, then select [SETUP] # [HDMI RESOLUTION] # desired item and press the cursor button.
[AUTO]:The output resolution is automatically set based on the information from the connected TV. Information from the connected TV 720p, 1080i Others Output resolution 1080i 480p
1080i This is an interlace scan method which scans 1080 scan lines to display a high definition image. The 1080 available scan lines are divided in half and scanned on the screen alternatively every 1/60th of a second. The number of available scan lines is more than double the 480 scan lines used to display standard images until now so the images have clearer detail and a lot of presence. 480p This is a progressive scan method which scans all 480 available scan lines on the screen at the same time every 1/60th of a second. This method reduces the flickering as the scan lines are not scanned on the screen alternatively like in the interlace method. 480i This is an interlace scan method in which the 480 available scan lines are divided in half and scanned on the screen alternatively every 1/60th of a second. Interlace method/progressive method Video signals until now (NTSC) are referred to as 480i (i is short for interlace) whereas a high-density video signal that doubles the number of scan lines is called 480p (p is short for progressive). The component terminal and the HDMI terminal on this unit are also compatible with high definition image output 1080i. It is necessary to have a compatible TV to enjoy progressive and high definition images.
[1080i]: The interlace method with 1080 available scan lines is used for output. [480p]: The progressive method with 480 available scan lines is used for output. If the images are not output on the TV when the setting is [AUTO], switch to the method [1080i] or [480p] which enables the images to be displayed on your TV. (Please read the operating instructions for the TV.) Be sure to connect to an HDMI input terminal. Do not connect to an HDMI output terminal on other products.
1 Connect this unit and a Panasonic TV compatible with EZ Sync with a
HDMI cable (optional).
Use a HDMI cable (optional) A with the logo shown above. If the TV has two or more HDMI input terminals, it is recommended to connect this unit to HDMI2 or HDMI3.
2 Set so that EZ Sync is activated on the connected TV.
Read the operating instructions of the TV for how to set etc.
3 Set the mode dial to to turn on the power. 4 Press the MENU button, then select [SETUP] # [EZ Sync] # [ON] and
5 Operate with the remote control for the TV.
1) 2) A
1) Press the button up, down, left or right to select a scene or file to be played back, and then press the button in the center to set it. 2) Activate the operation icons that are displayed on TV screen with the remote control for the TV. A Operation icons B Display operation icons C Cancel operation icons D Display/Cancel operation icons The playback operation is performed the same as on this unit. Playing back motion pictures (l 68) Playing back still pictures (l 72)
To cancel EZ SyncTM (HDAVI ControlTM)
Press the MENU button, then select [SETUP] # [EZ Sync] # [OFF] and press the cursor button. If you are unsure whether or not the TV and AV amplifier you are using are compatible with EZ Sync, read the operating instructions for the devices. Available linked operations between this unit and a Panasonic TV is different depending on the types of Panasonic TVs even if they are compatible with EZ Sync. Refer to the operating instructions of the TV for the operations that support on the TV. Operation is not possible with a cable that is not based on the HDMI standard. We recommend Panasonic cables. Part numbers: RP-CDHG15 (1.5 m/4.9 feet), RP-CDHG30 (3.0 m/9.8 feet), RP-CDHG50 (5.0 m/ 16.4 feet), etc.
Dubbing images onto a connected DVD recorder or video device
This is for dubbing images recorded on this unit onto a DVD recorder, video device etc. Images are dubbed in standard quality. Use the AC adaptor to free you from worrying about the battery running down.
If the date and time display and function indication are unnecessary, cancel them before dubbing. (l 41, 80) If the dubbed images are played back on a wide-screen TV, the images may be stretched vertically. In this case, refer to the operating instruction of the device you are connecting to or read the operating instructions of the wide-screen TV and set the aspect ratio to 16:9.
1 Connect this unit and a video
A VIDEO IN AUDIO IN
A AV cable (supplied) Insert the plugs as far as they will go.
2 Set the mode dial to
on the power. video device and TV.
1 Insert the battery and connect
the AC adaptor.
If you do not insert the battery and connect the AC adaptor, operation will not be possible after connecting this unit to the computer.
A USB cable (supplied) This unit is automatically recognized by the computer. Insert the plugs as far as they will go. The unit and computer will not operate properly if the plugs are not inserted fully. Do not use any other USB connection cables except the supplied one. (Operation is not guaranteed with any other USB cables.) When the unit is connected to a computer, the operation mode cannot be changed and its power cannot be turned off. In this case, disconnect the USB cable (l 101). When a computer is accessing the SD card in this unit, the card access lamp lights. (When a card is being accessed, appears on the LCD monitor.) Do not disconnect the USB cable or AC adaptor while the card is being accessed as it may damage the data. It may be necessary to reboot the computer after connecting this unit to it for the first time.
2 Insert an SD card with recorded
images in this unit and then set the mode dial to PC to turn on the power.
About the computer display
When the unit is connected to a computer, it is recognized as an external drive. [Removable Disk] is displayed in [My Computer].
Copying still pictures recorded on the SD card to a computer
Card reader function (mass storage) When an SD card with recorded data on it is inserted into the unit and the unit is connected to a computer using a USB cable, the SD card can be used as an external drive so that still pictures on the card can be copied to the computer with Explorer or other programs.
Example folder structure of an SD card:
Removable Disk DCIM 100CDPFP MISC PRIVATE AVCHD AVCHDTN BDMV
AVCHD format motion picture files ([00000.MTS] etc.) are saved in the [BDMV] folder. The motion picture thumbnails are recorded in the [AVCHDTN] folder. JPEG format still pictures ([IMGA0001.JPG] etc.) are stored in the [100CDPFP] folder. These can be opened with picture software that supports JPEG pictures. Up to 999 files can be recorded in the [100CDPFP] or other such folder. The DPOF setting files are recorded in the [MISC] folder. We recommend HD Writer Ver1.0E for SD1 for copying motion picture data to and from the SD card. Using Windows Explorer or other programs on the computer to copy, move or rename files and folders recorded with this unit will result in them being unusable with HD Writer Ver1.0E for SD1.
1 Set the mode dial on the unit to
PC and connect the unit to the computer.
[Removable Disk] is displayed in [My Computer].
2 Double click the folder that
contains the files on the removable disk ([DCIM] # [100CDPFP]).
3 Drag and drop the files onto the
destination folder (on the computer hard disk).
Do not use the computer to delete the SD cards folders. Otherwise, it may no longer be possible for this unit to read the SD card. Always use this unit to format SD cards. When data not supported by this unit has been recorded on a computer, it will not be recognized by this unit.
To disconnect USB cable safely
2 Click the [Hardware] tab, then
click [Device Manager].
1 Double click the
icon in task tray displayed on the computer.
Hardware disconnect dialogue appears. Depending on your computers settings, this icon may not be displayed.
2 Select [USB Mass Storage
Device] and click [Stop].
3 Verify [MATSHITA HDC-SD1 USB
Device] is selected and click [OK].
Click [Close], and you can safely disconnect the cable. Do not disconnect the USB cable while the card access lamp is lit ( appears on the LCD monitor) as it may damage the data.
3 Verify the following items are
Verifying the unit is correctly recognized by the computer
To verify this unit is correctly recognized by the computer, rotate the mode dial on this unit to select PC connection mode, then connect the unit to the computer with a USB cable and follow the steps below. With some computers including those made by NEC, the Device Manager may not be displayed if a mode that places restrictions on the functions has been established. Consult the manufacturer or follow the steps in your computers operating instructions to establish a mode in which all the functions can be used, then proceed with operation.
If the driver has been recognized properly
[USB Mass Storage Device] is displayed at [Universal Serial Bus controllers].
If the driver has not been recognized properly
[!] or [Unknown device] appears at [Universal Serial Bus controllers] or [Other devices] etc. (Where the display will appear depends on the type of computer you are using.) You can use the following methods to enable it to be recognized. Method 1: Turn off the unit and your computer once and try verifying again. Method 2: Remove the SD card and try verifying again. Method 3: Try connecting the unit to another USB port on your computer.
High Definition Video Camera
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*1 As of December 1, 2006. Applies to 3CCD HD camcorder. A new standard for recording HD signals onto memory cards/ DVD/Hard Disk Drive. Uses the H.264 system which provides over
A new standard for recording HD signals onto memory cards/ DVD/Hard Disk Drive. Uses the H.264 system which provides over Twice the compression efficiency of MPEG-2 and MPEG-4.
* AVCHD and the AVCHD logo are trademarks of Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. and Sony Corporation.
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Color reproduction with features such as color matrix, chroma gain and gamma curve, for the same professional look as Panasonic's professional models. The result is image quality that professionals demand.
Ideal Camcorder Shape with Mechanism-less Drive
Using an SD/SDHC Memory Card as the recording medium enables a mechanism-less construction*2 without the need for a tape or disc drive system. This assures excellent reliability, fast operation and enables a compact, lightweight design.
*2 The use of an SDHC Memory Card/SD Memory Card eliminates the need for a drive mechanism to move a tape or disc.
The World's Smallest and Lightest *1 3CCD HD Camcorder
By using a compact, lightweight medium, Panasonic succeeded in dramatically reducing body size and weight. This extra mobility enables even more shooting versatility.
"No Missed" Shooting Opportunities with 1.7 Sec. Ultra-Fast Quick Start
There's no need for a motor to start when you switch the power on, so you're ready to shoot those not-to-be-missed scenes in just 1.7 seconds with Quick Start*3. And because recording is automatically performed to empty areas of the card, there's no need to search for a blank area as when using a videotape camcorder.
*3 When the Quick Start mode is selected, the time required to enable shooting after opening the LCD.
Tough Shock- and Dust-Proof Body
About 90 minutes of HD recording with the supplied 4GB SDHC Memory Card!
* In the HE (long play/record) mode.
Thanks to the mechanism-less construction*2, which doesn't require drive circuitry to move a tape or disc, the design is exceptionally well sealed to keep dirt and dust out as well as protect against shocks. It also offers strong protection from condensation forming due to rapid temperature changes, an ideal feature when shooting outdoors.
Supplied SD Media Storage
40GB Hard Disk Drive & SD/SDHC Memory Card compatible
High Image Quality Technology Developed for HD Shooting
New Design for HD Image Quality. Leica Dicomar Lens
Leica Dicomar Lens for Beautiful Wide-Angle and Zoom Images
Featuring 13 individual lens elements arranged in 10 groups, the Dicomar lens boasts the ideal design for HD shooting applications. The lens elements are made of low dispersion glass to assure low chromatic aberration and high resolution. And 21 multi-coated lens surfaces minimize flare and ghosting. The result is sharp, crisp images with delicate nuances and exceptional shading. Wide-Angle 38.5mm Lens
The glass-molded ultra high refractive index aspherical lens enables wideangle shots with a wide end of 38.5mm (35mm conversion) with a compact unit.
Optical Image Stabilizer Suppresses Hand-Shake
With this Optical Image Stabilizer (O.I.S.), the lens itself moves to correct hand-shake. The result is highly precise correction for virtually no image quality degradation. EA Lens (Glass-Molded Ultra High Refractive Index Aspherical Lens)
21 multi-coated lens surfaces
12x Optical Zoom Lens
With the optical system, the lens itself zooms in on the subject, so even with 12x zoom you can enjoy shooting with superb HD image quality.
Leica Dicomar Lens (13 lenses in 10 groups) 3CCD
Leica is a registered trademark of Leica Microsystems IR GmbH. Dicomar is a registered trademark of Leica Camera AG. Leica Dicomar products are manufactured using Leica-Certified measuring instruments and quality
assurance systems based on rigorous quality standards approved by Leica Camera AG.
Because the optical system uses a gyrosensor to detect hand-shake and the lens itself moves to correct it, correction is extremely precise to assure virtually no image quality degradation. This lets you enjoy beautiful HD quality images even in shooting situations where hand-shake can easily occur, such as with zoom shots and when shooting indoor or night scenes when there is little light.
* Due to particularly large vibrations caused by hand-shake or other conditions, blurring may not be eliminated. * Depending on shooting conditions, no large difference may appear.
High Sensitivity and Resolution with the 3CCD HD System
1/4-inch Progressive CCD for Faithful Color Reproduction
To assure high sensitivity, Panasonic developed a 1/4-inch progressive CCD. The result is high color resolution enabling recording of detailed images with natural hues.
High-Precision Progressive Scan
In the AG-HSC1U's camera section, the progressive CCD creates native progressive images with outstanding vertical resolution. Progressive interlace conversion is then used to provide image quality higher than possible with images produced using conventional electronic interpolation of interlaced signals. There's also progressive 3D noise reduction. Dramatically reduced noise and after images.
Enlarged photosensor area for noiseless dark scenes
Enlarging the area of each CCD pixel enables high sensitivity shots in light as low 6 lux. Which means you can even shoot dark scenes with minimal noise.
Low Bit Rate & High Resolution Recording AVCHD Specifications
A World First* - HD Recording onto an SD/SDHC Memory Card
The unit features a new AVCHD (MPEG-4, AVC/H.264) standard system developed for recording HD signals onto memory cards/ DVD/Hard Disk Drive. Providing compression efficiency surpassing that of MPEG2, for the first time in the world this system enables 1080i high definition recording with AVCHD onto an SD/SDHC Memory Card.
* As of December 1, 2006. Applies to the consumer High Definition Video Camera (AVCHD format).
About 90 minutes* of HD Recording Possible
The newly developed LSI uses High Profile to achieve outstanding compression performance while high resolution recording is provided with a low bit rate. You can enjoy about 90 minutes of HD (1080i) recording onto the supplied 4GB SDHC Memory Card. And Variable Bit Rate (VBR) compatibility means dramatically reduced image degradation during rapidly changing scenes.
Memory cards that can be used
Card capacity SDHC Memory Card High speed SDHC High speed Pro high speed
RP-SDM04G RP-SDR04G RP-SDR02G RP-SDR01G RP-SDR512 RP-SDH256 RP-SDK02G RP-SDK01G RP-SDK512
Motion picture recording time (approx.)
Capacity Image quality
SD Memory Card
1GB 512MB 256MB
SDHC Memory Card
HF (13Mbps) HN (9Mbps) HE (6Mbps)
4GB 40min. 60min. 1h 30min.
2GB 20min. 30min. 45min.
1GB 10min. 15min. 22min.
512MB 5min. 7min. 10min.
256MB 2min. 3min. 5min.
The Panasonic memory cards listed above are recommended for Video shooting. (As of March 2007)
A Comprehensive Approach to Sound, Still Images and Easy Operation
Five-Mic Unit for Recording with Exceptional Presence
The five built-in microphones enable 5.1 channel sound recording for incredible presence. Better still, when zooming in on a subject, the five microphone units function as an ultra directional zoom microphone. So there's more atmosphere when taking wide angle shots, and when taking zoom shots you can zoom in on the sound in front of your subject.
Other valuable features
2.1 Mega-Pixel Still Image Recording enables still image shots during video shooting. Auto Ground-Directional Standby (AGS) automatically pauses recording if the camera is pointed down. TV Link capability for easy playback or recorded images on a large-screen TV, like a widescreen Panasonic plasma model. Telemacro lets you shoot macro close-ups while maintaining a distance of 2 feet from your subject for authentic extreme close-up shots. High speed shutter adjustable to as fast as 1/8,000 sec. when shooting moving and still images. Auto Lens Cover automatically opens the lens cover when the power is switched on. Switch off the power and the cover closes to protect the lens. In the Beautiful Skin mode, areas of skin color are detected and soft focus is applied to make small blemishes and wrinkles less noticeable. The body is satin-finished metallic gray to prevent reflections.
The result is sound reproduction with a level of directionality that cannot be expressed by conventional 2-mic systems.
Fast Scene Search with Thumbnail View
Image data is recorded as a file for each scene. Thumbnail images and file information are automatically attached to each file to enable smooth, easy confirmation and deletion of files displayed on the LCD monitor.
Extra Mobility Enables Video Editing
Shoot, transfer to a PC and output - ready to use and re-use
High-Speed Copying to Hard Disk Drive Supplied SD Media Storage
SD Media Storage is provided to eliminate the problem of insufficient data storage capacity when shooting. The touch of a button is all it takes to complete high-speed transfer* of data from an SD/SDHC Memory Card to the Hard Disk Drive. The Hard Disk Drive has a capacity of 40GB, the same capacity as 10 4GB SDHC Memory Cards. Battery operation is also possible so you'll have no problems in locations where there's no power supply.
With this unit alone you cannot copy data from the Hard Disk Drive to an SD/SDHC Memory Card. A PC and USB connection are required. * Maximum speed about 8x normal. Speed differs depending on the SD/SDHC Memory Card used.
Data Transfer to a PC and DVD Also Possible Supplied PC Software
The simple, intuitive PC software "HD Writer Ver.1.0E for SD1" is included. It lets you perform operations such as importing moving images or transferring them to an SD/SDHC Memory Card or DVD, creating a top menu, and erasing and joining scenes.
[Compatible OS] Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition SP2, Microsoft Windows XP Professional SP2, Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional SP4 preinstalled Japanese versions (not compatible with Macintosh). [CPU] Intel Pentium 111 1.0GHz or higher (when using the Preview function (30fps), an Intel Pentium 4 HyperThread 3.0GHz or higher) CPUs (including compatible CPUs)
SD Memory Card-to-DVD Copying Without Cables
SD/SDHC Memory Card
* SD/SDHC Memory Card compatible PC.
Accessory SD Media Storage
Do not load discs created using the supplied HD Writer Ver. 1.0E for SD1 software in components that do not comply with AVCHD specifications as it may not be possible to eject the disc. Playback is also not possible with components that do not comply with AVCHD specifications.
1. HD playback on an HD TV/monitor
Playback with the camcorder itself
2. Playback on compatible components
Playback on BD player
HDMI (sold separately) D terminal cable AG-HSC1U D terminal cable is required. HDMI/D terminal compatible HD TV SD/SDHC Memory Card PC BD/DVD
D3-YPbPr Conversion cable AG-HSC1U Professional LCD monitor BT-LH1700W/LH2600W
* need to be compatible with AVCHD.
1. Editing with an AVCHD compatible non-linear editing system
USB 2.0 AG-HSC1U AVCHD compatible non-linear editing system Apple FinalCutPro Ver. 6.0.1 Canopus EDIUS Pro Ver. 4.5 SDHC Memory Card reader HDMI HD-SDI Conversion box AG-HSC1U Existing HD compatibility (HD-SDI or DVCPRO HD compression compatible)
2. Editing with an existing HD compatible non-linear editing system
HD-SDI (Uncompressed) HD-SDI/ IEEE1394
SD Media Storage
* An SDHC Memory Card reader is required, if an SDHC Memory card is not recognized on your PC.
Front view Side view
Indication of Remaining Battery Power
Improved Color Reproduction! pixel display -inch,
Features a high-definition LCD monitor
The number of minutes of remaining battery power is indicated in the LCD monitor so you can shoot without worrying about the power suddenly running out. However, with battery packs other than a genuine Panasonic battery pack, remaining battery time is not indicated in 1 minute units.
Icons of often-used menus for each mode are displayed in the LCD monitor. These let you perform operations quickly and easily, without taking your eye off the display.
This handy feature lets you switch modes with your fingertip without changing your grip on the camcorder.
Cross Key Controls
Easy-to-press cross keys enable sure, comfortable single-handed control even while shooting.
Still Image Shooting During Video Shooting
SD Card Slot in
AV OUT Component Terminal Video Output Terminal
The Photo Shot button lets you simultaneously shoot still images while shooting moving images, so you won't miss the perfect shot when the opportunity arises.
Digital HD video camera options
Wide conversion lens
Battery pack* AC adaptor* Video DC light Shoe adaptor
(supplied with the AG-HSC1U)
Connection via a shoe adaptor
Connection of multiple accessories possible
* Cannot be used with the supplied SD Media Storage
Moving Pictures Visual Format Still Pictures
1/4" CCD x 3 [560 k x 3 pixels, Total / 520 k x 3 [16:9] (Motion Picture / Still Picture) Effective] 12x Variable Speed Zoom F 1.8 (wide) / 2.8 (tele) Lens 35 mm Film Camera Equivalent 38.5 - 462 mm [16:9] (Motion Picture / Still Picture) 43mm Filter Diameter Optical: 12x / Digital: 30x / Super Digital: 120x Zoom 3.0" Wide LCD (250 k pixels) Monitor 5.1-ch Surround Sound, Zoom Mic Microphone 20 mm, Dynamic Round Speaker Speaker Auto / White Set / Indoor / Outdoor (with IR Sensor) White Balance 1,400 lux Standard Illumination Under 6 lux (Low Light Mode, 1/60), Color Night View Mode: Under 2 lux Minimum Illumination 1.0Vp-p 75 (AV Multi) Video OUT Component Video Output Y: 1.0Vp-p 75 Pb: 0.7Vp-p 75 Pr: 0.7Vp-p 75 HDMI Ver.1.2a 1125i (1080i) 525p (480p) HDMI Output 316mv 600 2ch Audio Out Stereo Mini Jack (Plug in Power), Mic. in Sensitivity: -70dBv / -50dB (0dB=1V / Pa,1kHz), 5,600 2.0 High Speed (mini B) USB Terminal Card Reader Writer (without Copyright Protection Function), PictBridge Compatible Recording Media SD Memory Card (256MB - 2GB), SDHC Memory Card (4GB) Recording Format AVCHD (1440 x 1080 / 60 i) Compression Method MPEG-4 AVC / H.264 Audio Recording Format Dolby Digital (5.1ch, 2ch) Recording Media SD Memory Card (256MB - 2GB), SDHC Memory Card (4GB) Recording Format JPEG (DCF / Exif2.2 Standard), DPOF Corresponding Recording Image Size 1,920 x 1,080 (Wide) Dimensions (W x H x D) 2.9 x 2.7 x 5.6 inch (Including Protrusions) Weight Approx. 0.95 lbs (430 g) (without Battery) Approx. 1.08 lbs (490 g) (with Battery Pack, SDHC Memory Card) Supply Voltage DC 9.3 V / 7.2 V Power Consumption 8.0W Operating Temperature 32F to + 104F (0C to + 40C) Operating Humidity 10% to 80% (No Condensation) Standard Accessories SDHC Memory Card (4GB), AC Adaptor, AC Cable, DC Cable, Battery Pack (1,320 mAh), Component Video Cable, AV Cable, IR Remote, PC Cable (USB), CD-ROM (HD Writer Ver. 1.0E for SD1), SD Media Storage
PANASONIC BROADCAST & TELEVISION SYSTEMS COMPANY
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Systems Business Group 2-15 Matsuba-cho, Kadoma, Osaka, 571-8503 Japan Tel. 81-6-6905-4650 Fax. 81-6-6908-5969 https://eww.pavc.panasonic.co.jp/pro-av/
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(Caribe,Centro America, Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador, Bolivia, Uruguay, Paraguay, Chile) Tel. 507-229-2955 Fax. 507-229-2536
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Tel. 51-1-614-0000 Fax. 51-1-452-9415 Panasonic do Brasil Ltda Tel. 55-11-3889-4035 Fax. 55-11-3889-4004
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5F, 2 Sec. 5 Hsin I Road Taipei, Taiwan Tel. 886-2-2725-9100 Fax. 886-2-2725-9291
(201) 348-7196 WESTERN ZONE: 3330 Cahuenga Blvd W., Los Angeles, CA 90068 (323) 436-3608 SOUTHERN ZONE: (201) 392-6151 Government Sales: (201) 348-7587 Panasonic Canada Inc.
5770 Ambler Drive, Mississauga, Ontario L4W 2T3 (905) 624-5010
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Seohyun B/D, 1718-9, Seocho-Dong, Seocho-Gu, Seoul, Korea Tel. 82-2-2106-6641 FAX. 82-2-533-8766
Broadcast and Communication Company of Asia, Inc.
R-1902A Tektite Tower II Exchange Road Ortigas Center Posig City, Philippines Tel. 63-2-633-6162 Fax. 63-2-631-1861
www.panasonic.ca e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Panasonic Puerto Rico, Inc.
San Gabriel Industrial Park, 65th Infantry Ave., Km. 9.5, Carolina, Puerto Rico 00630 (787) 750-4300
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Tel. 52-55-5488-1000 Fax. 52-55-5575-6763
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15K707SPM-2 Printed in Japan
This highly-affordable HD camcorder is ideal for widescreen, high-resolution event documentation, presentation, training, coaching, and video production applications. Compatible with the rapidly growing number of large HD flat screen displays as well as front and rear-screen projectors, the AG-HSC1U offers much sharper images than can be obtained by standard definition (SD) camcorders. Highly reliable and flexible because it's solid state with no moving parts like tape or disc-based systems, the noiseless AG-HSC1U camcorder records up to 88 minutes (41 minutes in the highest quality mode) of video on a high-speed 4GB SDHC memory card. A highly-portable 40GB hard drive, capable of receiving and storing the contents of 10 4GB SDHC cards in the field, is packaged with the camcorder. SD video can be output in the widescreen 16: 9 format. By utilizing the newly-developed, H.264-based Advanced Video Codec High Definition (AVCHD) video format, the AG-HSC1U delivers two times the recording efficiency of older MPEG-2 codec technologies like HDV. The AVCHD format is supported by a growing number of leading companies throughout the industry.
|Bundled with||Panasonic VW-PT2 40GB Portable HDD|
|Camcorder Sensor Resolution||1.68 Mpix|
|Camcorder Effective Video Resolution||1.56 Mpix|
|Camcorder Effective Still Resolution||2.1 Mpix|
|Widescreen Video Capture||Yes|
|Media Type||Flash card|
|Optical Sensor Type||3CCD|
|Min Illumination||6 lux|
|Digital Zoom||700 x|
|Shooting Modes||Digital photo mode|
|White Balance||Custom, automatic, presets|
|White Balance Presets||Fluorescent, indoor, outdoor|
|Digital Video Format||AVCHD|
|Still Image Format||JPEG|
|Remote Control||Camcorder remote control - infrared|
|Memory / Storage|
|Flash Memory||4 GB flash - SDHC Memory Card|
|Supported Flash Memory||SD Memory Card, SDHC Memory Card|
|Image Storage||JPEG 1920 x 1080|
|Camera Flash||Built-in flash|
|Type||Zoom lens - 4 mm - 48 mm - f/1.8-2.8|
|Focal Length||4 mm - 48 mm|
|Focus Adjustment||Automatic, manual|
|Auto Focus||TTL contrast detection|
|Optical Zoom||12 x|
|Zoom Adjustment||Motorized drive|
|Lens Construction||10 group(s) / 13 element(s)|
|Filter Size||43 mm|
|Low Lux / Night Mode||Yes|
|Digital Still Camera Function||Yes|
|Additional Features||Direct print, USB 2.0 compatibility, built-in speaker, DPOF support, Dolby Digital 5.1 channel recording, takes photos while movie recording|
|Type||LCD display - TFT active matrix - 3" - color|
|Display Form Factor||Rotating|
|Display Format||251,000 pixels|
|Type||Microphone - built-in|
|Microphone Operation Mode||Surround|
|Connector Type||1 x HDMI output 1 x microphone 1 x USB 1 x composite video/audio output 1 x component video output 1 x DC power input|
|Expansion Slot(s)||1 x SD Memory Card|
|Software||Drivers & Utilities|
|Cables Included||USB cable A/V cable HDMI cable|
|Power Device||Power adapter - external|
|Supported Battery Details||1 x Li-ion rechargeable battery - 1320 mAh ( included )|
|Min Operating Temperature||32 °F|
|Max Operating Temperature||104 °F|
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