Panasonic - Non-HD - DVCPRO - MiniDV
Think of everything the next-generation camera-recorder should offer. High-quality High Definition recording. Outstanding mobility and operational ease. IT-linked Production and News capabilities. Features that call out to production professionals. Panasonic's variable-frame rate camera-recorder level creativity. Introducing the AG-HVX200, the DVCPRO HD P2 handheld camera-recorder is that dream comes true! [ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your Panasonic AG-HVX200P photo ]
Panasonic AG-HVX200p Digital Camcorder & Video Recorder, size: 15.8 MB
Panasonic AG HVX200 Test Footage
User reviews and opinions
|thiago||10:06pm on Saturday, October 23rd, 2010|
|The HVX200 was really my first experience with a pro-sumer camera, and in many ways I was impressed, and in other ways I was somewhat apprehensive. dont ever have to use tapes again P2 cards and so expensive, cant wait for 16 or 32 gigs|
|granthollanj||8:49am on Friday, September 3rd, 2010|
|This camera is worth a closer look and a review like this one would take a lot of planning to make the camera justice. Shoots in 1080p, 720p. This camera is worth a closer look and a review like this one would take a lot of planning to make the camera justice. This camera is worth a closer look and a review like this one would take a lot of planning to make the camera justice.|
|Peter Schibli||11:14am on Friday, June 18th, 2010|
|With its AG-HVX200, Panasonic raises the bar again, bringing us professional HD versatility and quality at a lower price than ever. This camcorder is basically great. It has an amazing LCD. Panasonic delivers yet another winner. This cam is good. The best part about it is that it has amazing video quality. It uses near perfect lenses.|
|alanalan||9:41pm on Monday, May 10th, 2010|
|I shoot camera for a Caribbean media company namely Tobago Channel 5 and i have used this camera on many occasions and i find it particularly hard to ...|
|IHovell||10:21am on Friday, April 30th, 2010|
|Why ever use tape again, ever. The option to shoot in so many different compression formats is great. Even if you arent using HD, just standard def. Excellent design, and workflow. Current limitation on p2 card size and P2 card price.|
|scubacuda||6:54am on Thursday, April 29th, 2010|
|charger for panasonic AG-HVX 200 The charger works well with after market ion batteries of which there seem to be a variety of on the market. Tops for the prosumer We used this camera to shoot our short film and it proved to be awesome. The P2 cards were a little tricky to work with.|
|albeert||7:56am on Friday, April 23rd, 2010|
|With its AG-HVX200, Panasonic raises the bar again, bringing us professional HD versatility and quality at a lower price than ever. This cam seems to be perfect. It has its flaws, yes, but it is brilliant none-the-less. It doesnt cost much. Infact, it is very affordable.|
|raoulz||10:42pm on Monday, April 19th, 2010|
|The HVX200 is the "Swiss Army Knife" of video cameras. It is designed with features that will make it useful in a range of applications. Basic parameters I would like to pick right or wrong, win points.|
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AG-HVX200p Menu Information
Using the setup menus
Use the setup menus to change the settings to suit the scenes you are shooting or what you are recording. Operation buttons MENU button
3 Press the
(or items. Example:
) button to display the
4 Use the
Using the menus
If the thumbnail menu is displayed, press the AUDIO/THUMBNAIL button to release the display. (Page 66)
and buttons to move to the option that you want to set. Example:
1 When the unit is in other than playback or
recording mode, press the MENU button. The following is displayed on the viewnder and LCD screen. CAMERA mode (Example)
5 Press the
button to make the setting. To change a number, use the and buttons to change the setting value. Example:
MCR/VCR mode (Example)
, to highlight the function you want to change.
6 To change other settings, repeat steps 4 and
5. When you nish, press the MENU button to return to the function screen.
7 To change other functions, repeat steps 2 to
5. When you exit the menu mode, press the MENU button again to return to the normal screen.
Initializing the menu settings
The menu settings contain both the user le settings and the scene le settings. You can initialize them separately. To initialize the user le (i.e. all the settings other than the scene le settings) Select INITIAL in USER FILE of the OTHER FUNCTIONS screen. The current menu settings of user le will return to the factory settings. To initialize the scene le From the 6 scene les, select the one you want to initialize with the scene dial. Then in the SCENE FILE screen, SAVE/INT, select INITIAL. The settings for only the selected scene le are returned to the factory settings. This does not effect the other scene les.
Setup menu structure
Camera mode menu
indicates the available setting in P2 mode only or TAPE mode only.
CAMERA MENU SCENE FILE
(Pages 100 - 102)
ASPECT CONV SETUP(P2) P2 SETUP(TAPE) TAPE MID GAIN HIGH GAIN ATW HANDLE ZOOM IRIS DIAL USER1 USER2 USER3 A.IRIS AGC ATW AF
(Pages 103 and 104)
OPERATION TYPE FRAME RATE P2 SYNCRO SCAN DETAIL LEVEL V DETAIL LEVEL DETAIL CORING CHROMA LEVEL CHROMA PHASE COLOR TEMP MASTER PED A.IRIS LEVEL NEWS GAMMA GAMMA KNEE MATRIX SKIN TONE DTL V DETAIL FREQ NAME EDIT SAVE/INIT REC FORMAT(P2) P2 REC FORMAT(TAPE) TAPE 480i REC MODE P2 REC FUNCTION P2 ONE-SHOT TIME P2 INTERVAL TIME P2 PREREC MODE P2 REC SPEED TAPE AUDIO REC TAPE MIC ALC MIC GAIN 1 MIC GAIN 2 25M REC CH SEL P2 TC MODE TCG FIRST REC TC TAPE TC PRESET UB MODE UB PRESET
(Pages 106 - 108)
AV IN/OUT SETUP
CMPNT OUT SEL P2 HP MODE
(Pages 112 and 113)
ZEBRA DETECT 1 ZEBRA DETECT 2 MARKER SAFETY ZONE VIDEO OUT OSD DATE/TIME LEVEL METER ZOOM FOCUS CARD/TAPE BATT OTHER DISPLAY LCD BACKLIGHT LCD SET EVF SET SELF SHOOT EVF MODE DISPLAY ASPECT EVF COLOR SCENE FILE P2 USER FILE P2 SD CARD FORMAT P2
(Pages 114 - 117)
REMOTE 1394 CONTROL 1394 CMD SEL END SEARCH PC MODE P2 REC LAMP ACCESS LED P2 BEEP SOUND CLOCK SET TIME ZONE POWER SAVE LANGUAGE USER FILE HOUR METER TAPE
1394 STATUS 1394 CONFIG P2
MCR/VCR (playback and external input) mode menu
MCR/VCR MENU RECORDING SETUP REC SPEED TAPE AUDIO REC TAPE 1394 TC REGEN TC MODE TCG FIRST REC TC TC PRESET 1394 UB REGEN UB MODE UB PRESET 1394 IN PRESET
32K AUDIO TAPE PLAYBACK FUNCTIONS AUDIO OUT (P2) P2 AUDIO OUT (TAPE) TAPE
(Pages 109 and 110)
CMPNT OUT SEL A.DUB INPUT TAPE 1394 OUT TAPE
VIDEO OUT OSD DATE/TIME LEVEL METER CARD/TAPE BATT OTHER DISPLAY CAMERA DATA LCD BACKLIGHT LCD SET EVF SET EVF MODE DISPLAY ASPECT EVF COLOR REMOTE P2 END SEARCH TAPE PC MODE P2 ACCESS LED P2 CLOCK SET TIME ZONE LANGUAGE USER FILE HOUR METER TAPE 1394 STATUS 1394 CONFIG
This screen appears only in the dubbing mode.
DUBBING MENU RECORDING SETUP REC SPEED TAPE TC MODE TCG FIRST REC TC TC PRESET UB MODE UB PRESET
DUBBING SETUP FORMAT SEL P2 PULLDOWN SEL TAPE SETUP(TAPE) TAPE
Dubbing mode menu
Setup menu list
SCENE FILE screen
Item OPERATION TYPE
Description of settings
(Camera) Switches the shutter and frame rate operation to the video type or lm type. VIDEO CAM: SYNCRO SCAN is displayed using 1/n units. The frame digits of the time code are displayed for 30 frames. These digits are displayed for 24 frames when 720P/24PN is selected for the REC FORMAT (P2) option (page 106) on the RECORDING SETUP screen. FILM CAM: SYNCRO SCAN is displayed as an angle. The frame digits of the time code are displayed for 24 frames. (Camera) Selects the shooting interval and exposure time when 720P and FILM CAM is selected. The DEFAULT value is dependent on the frame rate of the recording format. DEFAULT, 12, 18, 20, 22, 24, 26, 30, 32, 36, 48, 60 FRAME: (Camera) Adjusts the synchro scan shutter speed used for shooting images on a TV screen, etc. Press and hold the operation button to or to speed up the value changing. When VIDEO CAM is selected as the OPERATION TYPE option setting: 60P/60i: 1/60.01/249.8 30P/30PN: 1/30.0 1/48.0 1/249.8 24P/24PA/24PN: 1/24.0 1/48.0 1/249.8 When FILM CAM is selected as the OPERATION TYPE option setting: The shutter speed is displayed as an angle such as 180.0d. 10.0 deg. 180.0 deg. 350.0 deg (the angle can be changed in increments of 0.5 degrees) (Camera) Adjusts the level of the image outline correction (in the horizontal and vertical directions). -7.0.+7 (Camera) Adjusts the level of outline correction in the vertical direction. -7.0.+7 (Camera) Adjusts the level of noise reduction of the detail signal. -2.0.+7 Set to for a clearer image. Noise increases slightly. Set to + to reduce noise. (Camera) Adjusts the chroma level. -7.0.+7 (Camera) Makes ne adjustments to the chroma phase. -7.0.+7 (Camera) Makes ne adjustments to the color temperature (after white balance adjustment). -7.0.+7 (Camera) Adjusts the master pedestal (black level of the image) as the basis for images. -15.0.+15 (Camera) Sets the desired AUTO IRIS level. -4.0.+4 (Camera) Selects the news gamma curve. ON OFF indicates the factory setting.
V DETAIL LEVEL
P2 P2 TAPE TAPE
P2 P2 P2 TAPE TAPE TAPE
CHROMA PHASE COLOR TEMP
A. IRIS LEVEL NEWS GAMMA
SCENE FILE screen (continued)
(Camera) Selects the gamma curves other than the news gamma curve. HD NORM: This gamma setting is suitable for HD shooting. LOW: Makes a mellow image using the gamma curve which has a gentle incline in low-brightness curve. The contrast sharpens. SD NORM: This is the normal video setting, carried over from the DVX100 series. HIGH: Expands the tone of dark parts and makes a brighter image using the gamma curve which has a sharp incline in low-brightness curve. The contrast softens. B.PRESS: Makes the contrast shaper than LOW. CINE-LIKE_D: Makes a cinema-like image. CINE-LIKE_V: Makes a cinema-like image with emphasized contrast. When you select CINE-LIKE gamma, we recommend to set the lens aperture lower than normal image level (approximately 1/2) to enjoy the full benet of the function. (Camera) To avoid overexposure, select the compression level (knee point) of the high intensity video signals received through CCD. AUTO: Sets the level automatically according to the received signals. LOW: Low setting (Compression starts at approx. 80%.) MID: Medium setting (Compression starts at approx. 90%.) HIGH: High Setting (Compression starts at approx. 100%.) (Camera) Selects the MATRIX table suitable for the desired color expression during shooting. NORM: Suitable for shooting in the open air or under a halogen lamp. ENRICHED: Suitable for brighter colors than the NORM mode. FLUO: Suitable for shooting under uorescent light indoors. CINE-LIKE: Suitable for cinema-like image. indicates the factory setting.
Setup menu list (continued)
Item SKIN TONE DTL
(Camera) Sets the skin tone details. Select ON to reduce the skin tone details and soften the skin tone. ON OFF (Camera) Sets the vertical detail for shooting in 480i progressive mode. THIN : Makes the detail thin. MID : Makes the detail slightly thicker. THICK : Makes the detail thicker. When images were shot in the progressive mode in which the vertical detail is set as THIN or MID and are played on a monitoring television (60i interlace), you will see ickers caused on horizontal lines and almost horizontal oblique lines. When playing back images in the progressive mode or when editing images or performing other postprocessing, images with a higher resolution will be obtained with the THIN or MID setting than with the THICK setting. (Camera) Edits the name of the selected scene le you have selected with the scene le dial. (Camera) SAVE: Saves the changed scene le settings. The settings will not be saved if you exit the menu mode, switch to the MCR/ VCR mode or turn the camera off without selecting SAVE. INITIAL: The settings of the scene le selected with the scene le dial are returned to the factory settings.
V DETAIL FREQ
CAMERA SETUP screen
Item ASPECT CONV
(Camera) Selects the aspect ratio of the image you record in 480i format. This item cannot be selected when the 1080i or 720P recording format is used. (Page 44) NORMAL LETTER BOX SQUEEZE (Camera) Switch the setup level of video signals in 480i format using a P2 card. 0%: Setup is switched to 0% for both the camera output and the recording. 7.5%A: Setup is switched to 7.5% for the camera output and 0% for the recording. (Camera) Switch the setup level of video signals in 480i format using a tape. 0%: Setup is switched to 0% for both the camera output and the recording. 7.5%: Setup is switched to 7.5% for both the camera output and the recording. indicates the factory setting.
SW MODE screen
Item MID GAIN
P2 P2 TAPE TAPE TAPE
(Camera) Sets the gain value assigned to the M position of the GAIN switch. 0dB, 3dB, 6dB, 9dB, 12dB (Camera) Sets the gain value assigned to the H position of the GAIN switch. 0dB, 3dB, 6dB, 9dB, 12dB (Camera) Sets the operation of the ATW (Auto Tracking White Balance) function assigned to the WHITE BAL switch. When the ATW function is set to the AUTO/MANUAL switch or USER button, the operation remains effective. Ach: Activates the ATW function when the WHITE BAL switch is set to A. Bch: Activates the ATW function when the WHITE BAL switch is set to B. PRST: Activates the ATW function when the WHITE BAL switch is set to PRST. OFF: Deactivates the ATW function. (Camera) Sets the zoom speed assigned to each setting position of the HANDLE ZOOM switch. L/OFF/H: Sets LOW (low speed)/OFF/HIGH (high speed) to the 1/2/3 position. (Zoom is disabled when set to OFF). L/M/H: Sets LOW (low speed)/MID (medium speed)/HIGH (high speed) to the 1/2/3 position. L/OFF/M: Sets LOW (low speed)/OFF/MID (medium speed) to the 1/2/3 position. (Zoom is disabled when set to OFF). (Camera) Sets the rotation direction and the aperture control of the IRIS dial. (In MANUAL IRIS mode) DOWN OPEN: The iris opens when the IRIS dial is turned downward. UP OPEN: The iris opens when the IRIS dial is turned upward. indicates the factory setting.
HIGH GAIN ATW
SW MODE screen (continued)
(Camera) Selects the function assigned to the USER1 button. REC CHECK: Performs Rec Check. SPOTLIGHT: Auto iris control for the spotlight ON/OFF BACKLIGHT: Auto iris control for the backlight compensation (Page 39) BLACKFADE: Blackfade (Page 45) WHITEFADE: Whitefade (Page 45) ATW: ATW function ON/OFF ATWLOCK: Fixes the white balance value when the button is pressed during ATW. Press again to perform ATW. GAIN: 18 dB: Press the button to set the gain value to 18 dB. This setting takes effect with the 60i and 60P recording formats only. It is not valid when the recording frame rate is less than 22 fps or when the slow shutter mode (1/15) is established. When the gain value is set to 18 dB or set from 18 dB to another value, the image can be disordered for a moment. If ON is set for the setting menu AUTO SW and you have selected a setting other than OFF under AGC, auto gain will be provided when auto mode has been established even if GAIN 18dB has been set. FOCUS RING: Selects the focus ring function (FOCUS or IRIS). The FOCUS RING is functional when the FOCUS switch is in AUTO mode. INDEX/MEMO: Text memo recording (P2 card)(Page 48)/Index recording (cassette tape) (Page 49) SLOT SEL (P2 card only): Selects one of the P2 card slots. (Page 48) SHOT MARK (P2 card only): Shot mark recording (Page 48) (Camera) Selects the function assigned to the USER2 button. The settings are the same as USER1 above. BACKLIGHT (Camera) Selects the function assigned to the USER3 button. The settings are the same as USER1 above. INDEX/MEMO indicates the factory setting.
AUTO SW screen
(Camera) ON: Performs the auto iris control in auto mode. The IRIS button is deactivated. OFF: Deactivates the auto iris control in auto mode. This performs the iris control selected with the IRIS button. (Camera) Sets the Auto Gain Control when the ON is selected in A.IRIS. 6dB: Performs the Auto Gain Control (max. 6 dB) in auto mode. 12dB: Performs the Auto Gain Control (max. 12 dB) in auto mode. OFF: Does not perform the Auto Gain Control in auto mode. Initiates the control of the gain selected by the GAIN switch. (Camera) ON: Performs the ATW (Auto Tracing White Balance) function in auto mode. You cannot select ON/OFF of the ATW function with the WHITE BAL switch or the USER button when this is selected. However, if ATWLOCK is assigned to the USER button, you can set the white balance value with the USER button. OFF: Does not perform the white balance function in auto mode. This performs the ATW function selected with the WHITE BAL switch. (Camera) ON: Performs auto focusing in auto mode. You cannot use the FOCUS switch and PUSH AUTO button when this is selected. OFF: Does not perform auto focusing in auto mode.This performs the focusing selected with the FOCUS switch or PUSH AUTO button.
RECORDING SETUP screen
Item REC FORMAT (P2)
(Camera) Selects the recording format for P2 card. 1080i/60i, 1080i/30P, 1080i/24P, 1080i/24PA, 720P/60P, 720P/30P, 720P/24P, 720P/30PN, 720P/24PN, 480i/60i, 480i/30P, 480i/24P, 480i/24PA (Camera) Selects the recording format for cassette tape. 480i/60i, 480i/30P, 480i/24P, 480i/24PA (Camera) Select the recording mode for a 480i recording format. DVCPRO50, DVCPRO, DV (Camera) Selects the special recording mode. (Pages 47 and 48) NORMAL, INTERVAL, ONE SHOT, LOOP (Camera) Selects the one-shot recording time. (Page 47) 1F, 2F, 4F, 8F, 16F, 1s (Camera) Selects the one-shot interval time. (Page 47) 2F, 4F, 8F, 16F, 1s, 2s, 5s, 10s, 30s, 1m, 5m, 10m (Camera) Sets PRE RECORDING to ON or OFF. (Page 47) ON OFF (Camera) Selects the recording time mode. (VCR) SP: SP (standard) mode (DUB) LP: LP (long play) mode (Camera) Selects the audio recording mode for conversion to PCM audio. (VCR) 32K(12bit): 12bit/32kHz 48K(16bit): 16bit/48kHz (Camera) Sets mic level auto control to ON or OFF. (Page 53) ON OFF Set to ON to reduce distortion at high input levels. This setting does not change the audio signal recording level. Use the AUDIO control knob to adjust the audio signal recording level. (Camera) Sets the input level of the external microphone connected to the INPUT 1 terminal. (Page 52) -50dB -60dB (Camera) Sets the input level of the external microphone connected to the INPUT 2 terminal. (Page 52) -50dB -60dB (Camera) Selects the recording audio channel for DVCPRO25 and DV formats. (Page 52) 2CH, 4CH <Notes>
REC FORMAT (TAPE)
480i REC MODE
MIC GAIN 1
MIC GAIN 2
25M REC CH SEL
Even when 4CH is selected as this items setting, the signals will be input to two channels (always CH1 and CH2) when there are two 1394 input channels. Similarly, even when 4CH is selected, the 1394 output signals will be delivered to two channels (always CH1 and CH2).
indicates the factory setting.
RECORDING SETUP screen (continued)
Item 1394 TC REGEN
Display mode (MCR/ VCR)
Description of settings Selects the time code used for recording the signal from equipment connected to the 1394 terminal. ON: Records using the time code of the signal input through the 1394 terminal. OFF: Records using the time code set in TC MODE/TCG/FIRST REC TC. If you select ON here, this has priority over the settings in TC MODE/TCG/ FIRST REC TC. If there is no input to the 1394 terminal, the camera follows the settings in TC MODE/TCG/FIRST REC TC. Selects the correction mode of the internal time code generator. DF: Uses the drop frame mode. NDF: Uses the non-drop frame mode. The non-drop frame mode will be used when you set recording frame rate of recording format to 24P, 24PA or 24PN.
(Camera) (MCR/ VCR) (DUB)
(Camera) Sets the mode in which you advance the time code. (MCR/ FREE RUN: VCR) The time code is advanced regardless of the operation mode. (DUB) Records in the dubbing mode in such a way that the time codes of the clips on the P2 card are carried over. User information is also carried over. REC RUN: The time code is advanced only when recording. (Camera) Selects the time code to be recorded when you start recording. (VCR) REGEN: (DUB) Regenerates the time code on the tape to continue recording. PRESET: The time code on the tape is not regenerated. The value you set in TC PRESET is used as the initial value to record the time code. However, if you perform subsequent shooting, the time code will always be regenerated. (Camera) Sets the initial time code. This is activated when you select PRESET in FIRST (MCR/ REC TC. VCR) Set the frame value to 0 or a multiple of 5 when you set recording frame rate (DUB) of recording format to 24P, 24PA or 24PN. If any other value, the recorded time code will mis-match. indicates the factory setting.
FIRST REC TC
Item 1394 UB REGEN
Description of settings Selects the user information used when recording the signals from equipment connected to the 1394 terminal. ON: Records using the user information of the signal input through the 1394 terminal. OFF: Records using the user information set in UB MODE. If you select ON here, this has priority over the setting in UB MODE. The user information is recorded only when the signal contains the user information. If there is no input to the 1394 terminal, the camera follows the UB MODE settings. Set the content for user information. USER: Records the information of user. TIME: Records the time at recording. DATE: Records the date at recording. TCG: Records the values of the time code generator. FRM. RATE: Records the frame rate information for frame conversion.
a:Checking information for user information b:Frame sequence No. 0 to 4 are displayed in the 24P/24P (ADV) mode. F is displayed in the 60i/30P mode. c:Frame rates Frame rate (60/30/24) I/P ID Conversion data Frame rate coefcient d:Recording management data Frame update information REC START/STOP information UB PRESET
(Camera) Sets the user information. Select USER in UB MODE. (MCR/ VCR) (DUB) (MCR/ VCR) Synchronizes the internal TCG value with the TC of 1394 input when you press the TC SET button. ON: The synchronization mode is on. OFF: The synchronization mode is off. indicates the factory setting.
AV IN/OUT SETUP screen
Item CMPNT OUT SEL
(Camera) Selects the type of component terminal. (MCR) 720P: Monitor which supports the D4 terminal 1080i: Monitor which supports the D3 terminal 480i: Monitor which supports the D1 terminal The signals recorded in the 720P format are cross-converted only when 1080i format signals are to be output. In all other cases, they are output without being converted. (Camera) Selects the sound heard through the headphones. LIVE: The sound which has been input from the microphone is output as is. This setting is selected when delays in the sound are annoying. RECORDING: The sound in the status which is to be recorded (the sound synchronized with the images) is output. (VCR) Selects the audio to be recorded for audio dubbing. (Page 80) MIC: This sets the input from the internal microphone, INPUT1 and INPUT2 connectors. A. IN: This sets the input from the AUDIO IN/OUT connector. Select ON to convert analog input signals into digital signals and output them from the 1394 terminal. ON OFF indicates the factory setting.
A. DUB INPUT
DISPLAY SETUP screen
Item ZEBRA DETECT 1
(Camera) Selects the brightness level of the left-leaning zebra patterns on the screen. 50%, 55%, 60%, 65%, 70%, 75%, 80%, 85%, 90%, 95%, 100%, 105% (Camera) Selects the brightness level of the right-leaning zebra patterns on the screen. 50%, 55%, 60%, 65%, 70%, 75%, 80%, 85%, 90%, 95%, 100%, 105%, OFF <Note> The zebra patterns do not appear if you select OFF. (Camera) Select ON to display the marker. (Page 43) ON OFF To display the marker, press the ZEBRA button. (Camera) Sets SAFETY ZONE to ON or OFF. OFF , 90%, 4:3 (Camera) Select ON to output the information displayed on the screen together with the (MCR/ signals from the VIDEO IN/OUT jack. VCR) ON OFF <Notes> When a tape is used for recording, no on-screen displays (OSD) will be output while recording is underway even when this function has been set to ON. However, OSD will be output to the 1394 output during recording standby. If OSD is not required, set the function to OFF. If this option is set to ON when performing backup recording while a tape is used, the OSD will be output to the 1394 output at all times except when the unit is in the recording mode. Bear in mind that the OSD may be recorded inadvertently if backup recording is performed when a setting other than OFF is selected for the 1394 CONTROL option (page 114) on the OTHER FUNCTIONS screen. (Camera) Sets whether to display the date and time on the screen and whether to output (MCR/ from the VIDEO IN/OUT jack. VCR) OFF: The date and time are not displayed. TIME: The time is displayed. DATE: The date is displayed. TIME&DATE: The time and date are displayed. If you select any setting other than OFF, the date and/or time are included in the output signals regardless of the VIDEO OUT OSD setting. (The OFF setting can be selected also using the remote control. (Page 75)) (Camera) Select ON to display the audio level meter. (MCR/ ON OFF VCR) indicates the factory setting.
ZEBRA DETECT 2
VIDEO OUT OSD
DISPLAY SETUP screen (continued)
Item ZOOM FOCUS
(Camera) Selects the unit of zoom and focus values. OFF, NUMBER, mm/feet, mm/m <Note> Use the mm/feet or mm/m display only as a general guideline since it is not entirely accurate. (Camera) Select ON to display the remaining card/tape and battery charge. (MCR/ ON OFF VCR) (Camera) Select how much information to display on the screen. (Page 95) (MCR/ OFF, PARTIAL, ALL VCR) (MCR/ VCR) Select ON to display the camera settings (such as image stabilizer, F-number, and gain value) during tape playback. ON OFF <Note> In the P2 mode, this item appears only when 480i REC MODE has been set to DV. (Page 106)
(Camera) Adjusts the backlight of the LCD monitor. Select HIGH for brighter backlight. (MCR/ HIGH NORMAL VCR) (Camera) Adjusts the display level of the images on the LCD monitor. (Page 23) (MCR/ LCD COLOR LEVEL VCR) LCD BRIGHTNESS LCD CONTRAST (Camera) Adjusts the display level of the images on the viewnder. (Page 23) (MCR/ EVF COLOR LEVEL VCR) EVF BRIGHTNESS EVF CONTRAST (Camera) Selects the LCD mirror mode for self-portrait shooting. Select MIRROR to reverse left and right at self-portrait shooting. (Page 42) NORMAL MIRROR (Camera) Selects the LCD monitor and the viewnder display setting. (MCR/ ON: VCR) Images always appear on the viewnder. AUTO: Images do not appear on the viewnder when the LCD is open. (Camera) Selects the aspect ratio of the LCD monitor and the viewnder. (MCR/ AUTO:Changes automatically to the appropriate ratio according to the VCR) recording or play mode information. 4:3 : Fixed at 4:3. <Note> Black bands appear at the top and bottom of the screen when images are displayed at a 16:9 aspect ratio. No parts of the images are missing. (Camera) Selects color or black and white images on the viewnder. (MCR/ ON: Color VCR) OFF: Black and white indicates the factory setting.
CARD FUNCTIONS screen
Item SCENE FILE
(Camera) You can save four SCENE FILE settings to the SD memory card, and can also title the saved les. READ: Read WRITE: Write (Camera) You can save four le settings (excluding SCENE FILE) to the SD memory card, and can also title the saved le. READ: Read WRITE: Write (Camera) Formats the SD memory cards.
SD CARD FORMAT
OTHER FUNCTIONS screen
(Camera) Sets the operations of the supplied remote control unit. (Remote control setup (MCR/ (Page 19)) VCR) VCR1: Accepts commands from the remote control set for VCR1. VCR2: Accepts commands from the remote control set for VCR2. OFF: Operations are not accepted from any remote control. (Camera) Sets the control method for backup recording using a backup unit connected to the 1394 terminal. OFF: The backup unit is not controlled. EXT: The backup unit can be controlled by the START/STOP button. The images shot by the camera recorder are recorded by the backup unit. Note that the camera recorder does not record them. BOTH: The images shot by the camera recorder are recorded by both the camera recorder and backup unit. CHAIN: When the camera recorders media approaches its end during shooting, the backup unit in the recording stand-by mode automatically starts recording images. (Camera) Sets how the START/STOP button works for the backup unit. REC_P: This switches between recording and pause. STOP: This switches between recording and stop. Note If the backup unit does not have a rec pause function, select STOP. indicates the factory setting.
1394 CMD SEL
OTHER FUNCTIONS screen (continued)
Item END SEARCH
(Camera) Sets the operation when the END SEARCH button is pressed. (VCR) BLANK: Searches for the unrecorded parts on the tape. REC END: Searches for the last segment shot. (Camera) Selects the terminal for data transfer. (You cannot select USB and 1394 at the (MCR) same time.) USB DEVICE: Mode for sending les using the USB connector. 1394 DEVICE: Mode for sending les using the 1394 connector. 1394 HOST: Mode for copying les from the P2 card onto an external hard disk drive using the 1394 connector. (Camera) Sets lighting of the tally lamp. OFF: The tally lamp does not light. FRONT: Front tally lamp (microphone side) lights. REAR: Rear tally lamp (viewnder side) lights. BOTH: Both tally lamps light. (Camera) Sets the access lamp to ON or OFF. (MCR) ON: The lamp lights up and blinks as per the regular specications. OFF: The lamp is OFF in all circumstances. (Camera) Turns the beep sound ON or OFF. ON OFF When ON is selected, the beep is sounded under the circumstances set forth below. When the beep is sounded, the audio signals from the output connector are muted before the beep sound is output. When the memory of the P2 card or the tape has been used up during recording When a recordable tape has not been loaded when the power is turned on When a recording-inhibited tape has been inserted When condensation has formed inside the camera-recorder When trouble has occurred in the camera-recorder <Note> When LIVE has been set for the HP MODE option on the AV IN/OUT SETUP screen, no beeping sounds will be emitted even if ON is set for the BEEP SOUND option. (Camera) Sets the camera-recorders calendar. (MCR/ VCR) indicates the factory setting.
Item TIME ZONE
(Camera) Adds to or deducts from GMT the time value of -12:00 to +13:00 in 30-minute steps. (As an exception, you can set +12:45.) Refer to the table below. (MCR/ 0:00 VCR)
Time difference 00:00 01:00 02:00 03:00 04:00 05:00 06:00 07:00 08:00 09:00 10:00 11:00 12:00 + 13:00 + 12:00 + 11:00 + 10:00 + 09:00 + 08:00 + 07:00 + 06:00 + 05:00 + 04:00 + 03:00 + 02:00 + 01:00 New Zealand Greenwich
Area Azores Islands Mid-Atlantic Buenos Aires Halifax New York Chicago Denver Los Angeles Alaska Hawaii Midway Island Kwajalein
Time difference 00:30 01:30 02:30 03:30 04:30 05:30 06:30 07:30 08:30 09:30 10:30 11:30 + 11:30 + 10:30 + 09:30 + 08:30 + 07:30 + 06:30 + 05:30 + 04:30 + 03:30 + 02:30 + 01:30 + 00:30 + 12:45 Rangoon Bombay Kabul Tehran Norfolk Island
Lord Howe Island Darwin
Solomon Islands Guam Tokyo Beijing Bangkok Dacca Islamabad Abu Dhabi Moscow Eastern Europe Central Europe
Item POWER SAVE
(Camera) Selects the power-saving mode when the top panel operation keys, DISP/ MODE CHK button, USER1-3 buttons and EVF DTL button have not been operated for 5 minutes or so. ON: The camera-recorders power is set to OFF. OFF: The cylinder head remains stopped without turning off the camera-recorders power. When connection is made with an external device using the IEEE1394 cable and the communication mode is established in this way, the power will not be set off even when none of the above buttons has been operated. (Camera) Selects the menu language. (MCR/ ENGLISH VCR) JAPANESE (Camera) LOAD: (MCR/ The previous scene le settings are loaded. VCR) SAVE: The changed user le settings are saved. INITIAL: The user le settings are returned to the factory settings. After performing LOAD or INITIAL, turn the POWER switch OFF and then back ON to activate the settings. The setting for the TIME ZONE option (page 114) remains unchanged even when INITIAL is performed. (Camera) Displays the total running time (a 5-digit gure per hour) of the cylinder head. (VCR) indicates the factory setting.
This menu is displayed when the DISP/MODE CHK button is held down, and after the details of the shooting status are displayed, the MENU button is then pressed. Use it to check the connection status during nonlinear editing.
Item 1394 STATUS
(Camera) 1394 status display screen appears. (MCR/ When a P2 card is used VCR) FORMAT: Format of the signals which are input or output. RATE: Transfer rate of the signals which are input or output. 60/50: System of the signals which are input or output. CH: Value of the channels in which the signals are input or output. SPEED: Transfer speed of the signals which are input or output. STATUS: Status of the signals which are input or output using the IEEE1394 digital interface. VIDEO: Status of the video signals which are input or output. AUDIO: Status of the audio signals which are input or output. When a tape is used FORMAT: Format of the signals which are input or output. RATE: Transfer rate of the signals which are input or output. 60/50: System of the signals which are input or output. CH: Value of the channels in which the signals are input or output. SPEED: Transfer speed of the signals which are input or output. MODE: Status of the signals which are input or output using the IEEE1394 digital interface. RX: Reception status TX: Transmission status (Camera) 1394 extended menus appear. (MCR) DFLT: Normally, DFLT is used. 1-255 indicates the factory setting.
Panasonic Broadcast Mechanical Parts List
FRAME & CASING PARTS ASSEMBLY (1)...MPL-1 FRAME & CASING PARTS ASSEMBLY (2)...MPL-3 HANDLE EVF PARTS ASSEMBLY....MPL-5 LCD PARTS ASSEMBLY.....MPL-7 PACKING PARTS....MPL-9
FRAME & CASING PARTS ASSEMBLY (1)
Components identified with the mark have the special characteristics for safety. When replacing any of these components, use only the same type.
104 E26 110
27 20-28 109
FRAME & CASING PARTS ASSEMBLY(1)
20-1 20-2 20-22-28 29
VFB0215 VGH4860 VGP6148 VMP7325 VMP8331 VGQ8611 VMP8473 VGP6149 VXA8179 VGF1043 VXY1903Z1 L2BB00000003 VXK1835 VSC5831 VSC5832 VSC5830 VGQ8819/S J0ZZZ0000053 VGQ8820 VXW0770/S VXW0769 VXQ1401/S L6DABBKD0001 VKM6880 VYK1U98 VYK1W32 VMT1567 VMS7653 VXL3325 VMA0U09 VMT1549 VQL1J48 VQL1E83 VQL1K66 VMT1762 VWJ1874
Part Name & DescriptionPcs
GLIP BELT CASSETTE COVER WINDOW GLIP COVER GLIP BELT ANGLE (FRONT) BELT FIX ANGLE GARAGE COVER OSAE CASSETTE LOCK ANGLE GRIP FRAME LOCK U GRIP SHEET MECHA U DEW SENSOR MECHA FRAME U CERAMIC SHEET CDS CERAMIC SHEET PRISM HEAT RADIATION SHEET LENS HOOD FILTER HOOD CAP CAMERA LENS U LENS U PRISM U ZOOM MOTOR U MAIN FRAME BOTTOM COVER U BOTTOM COVER U SOFT HIGH SHIELD GASKET CASSETTE COVER SHAFT LINK ARM U LINK GUIDE GASKET CAUTION LABEL CAUTION LABEL CAUTION LABEL LENS FPC COVER SHEET VTR MECHA FPC 1 1
FOR AG-HVX200P/AN FOR AG-HVX200E/MC/202EN FOR AG-HVX200E/MC/202EN
FOR AG-HVX200P FOR AG-HVX200E/MC/202EN FOR AG-HVX200AN
XTB26+6GFJK XQN2+BJ5FJK XQN2+B4FJK XQN2+B4FN XQN2+B4FJK VHD1133 XQN2+B4FN XYN3+F6FJ XQN2+BJ5FJK
SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW
MECHA IF C.B.A. BOTTOM CON C.B.A.
FRAME & CASING PARTS ASSEMBLY (2)
E-E-45 E-205 E-E-46 E-E-E-E-E-203 20-207 20-E-20-E-17 E-12-12-21 E-E-201 E-201 E-27 E-E/MC/EN only E-E-E/MC/EN only P only 72 205
FRAME & CASING PARTS ASSEMBLY(2)
12-20 20-1 20-2 20-70
VYK1U58 VKM6880 VYK1U94 VGM2152 VKW3303 VGQ8838 VGU0A01 VMT1761 VMP8589 VWJ12H2040L0 VYK1Y37 VYK1U66 VMG1286 VYK1U47 VGQ8773 VWJ06H2033L0 VEK0J73 VGU9929 VSC5806 VMP8615 VYQ3733 VGU9936 VGP6167 VMP8557 VMP8558 VYK1Y38 VSC5801 VWJ10H2030L0 VWJ12H2050L0 VWJ06H2045L0 VGU9894 VGH4857 VGU9931 VGU9935 VGU9930 VGU9937 VGU9197 VMB4017 VGQ8772 VGU9928 VGU9926 VGU9927 VMP7331 VMB3996 VGQ6901 VMS7187 VMB3659 VWJ06H2033L0 VMP8552 VWJ12H2120L0 VWJ16H2145L0 VGH4874 VGU9721 VYQ3547 VEE1C06 VWJ24H2030L0 VEE1C12 K4ZZ04000036 VEE1C20 VMP7340 VGP6163 VGH4881 VJF1544 VJF1545 VJF1541 VSC5805 VSC5804 VWJ1845 VYQ3807 VJF1542 VJF1543 VGH4876 VMZ3638 VSC5850
TOP PANEL U MAIN FRAME ZOOM SW CASE U JACK FRAME AWB SENSOR WINDOW AUDIO SW COVER MODE SW KNOB FRONT MIC SW SHEET AUDIO SW PLATE 12PIN40MM FFC BACK PANEL 1U SIDE CASE R 1U CUSHION RUBBER LCD U LCD HINGE COVER 6PIN33MM FFC IRIS DIAL U AWB BUTTON SIDE R HEAT SINK TRIPOD FRAME CLUTCH U CLUTCH KNOB CLUTCH PANEL CLUTCH FRAME CLUTCH ARM ANGLE BATTERY CASE 1U CCD HEAT SINK 10PIN30MM FFC 12PIN50MM FFC 6PIN45MM FFC SLIDE KNOB SLIDE KNOB SHEET LCD BUTTON B COUNTER BUTTON LCD BUTTON A EVF DTL BUTTON MONITOR LOCK KNOB FOCUS SPRING CAM OP BACKUP ND KNOB FOCUS KNOB CAM OP BUTTON OPENER HOLDER ANGLE POP UP SPRING MONITOR KNOB LCD LOCK SHAFT MONITOR OPENER SPRING 6PIN33MM FFC JACK ANGLE 12PIN120MM FFC 16PIN145MM FFC JACK PLATE AUDIO VR KNOB MODE DIAL U P.C.BOARD AUDIO CABLE 24PIN30MM FFC 1394 CABLE BATTERY TERMINAL DC IN-BATTERY CABLE DCIN ANGLE SIDE COVER L LED NAME PLATE SD CARD CAP USB COVER JACK COVER SHIELD PLATE B SHIELD PLATE A CAMERA TO SIDE CASE-R FPC ZOOM SW 1 U SIDE JACK CAP A SIDE JACK CAP B JACK NAME PLATE 2 HINGE FPC HOLD SHEET P2 CARD SHELD PLATE 1 1
VMG1727 VGU9219 VSC5833 VSC5824 VMZ3465 VSC5845 VQL1J79 VYF3081 VMT1766 VMZ3631 VGF1050 VGU9925 VGU9215 VMZ3406 VWJ1844 VMT1749 VEE1C05 VWJ06H2060L0 VJF1468 VMT1774 J0KD00000103
LENS CUSHION CAMERA/VCR BUTTON CERAMIC SEAT HEAT RADIATION CDS HEAT SINK CD CON CUSHION CDS RADIATION SHEET CAUTION LABEL EVR COVER U EVF FPC CUSHION C.B.A. BARRIER DUSTPROOF SHEET REC CHECK BUTTON ZOOM LEVER ZOOM PCB BLIND SHEET SIDE JACK FPC FFC FIX SHEET BATTERY-POWER CABLE 6PIN FFC XLR CAP CORE TAPE CORE
1 FOR AG-HVX200P 1 FOR AG-HVX200E/MC/202EN 1 FOR AG-HVX200E/MC/202EN
XQN2+B4FN XQN2+BJ5FJK XYN26+A6FJK XQN2+BJ6FJ XQN2+B4FJK XYN2+C5FJ XQN2+BJ4FJK XQN16+BJ4FJK XQN2+A5FJK VHD1887
SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW
E1 E1 E2 E2 E3 E3 E4 E5 E6 E7 E8 E9 E11 E12 E14 E15 E16 E17 E21 E22 E23 E24 E26 E27 E28 E29
VEP03G90C VEP03G90D VEP23655A VEP23655B VEP03G89A VEP03G89B VEP001M6A VEP06G20A VEP06G21A VEP06G22A VEP01978A VEP03G92B VEP04904A VEP001P2A VEP001M1A VEP001M2B VEP04902A VEP04903A VEP001M4A VEP01979A VEP01971A VEP001M5A VEP22370A VEP03G96A VEP03G94A VEP001N2A
VTR C.B.A. VTR C.B.A. CAMERA C.B.A. CAMERA C.B.A. CODEC C.B.A. CODEC C.B.A. R SIDE C.B.A. CAM OP1 C.B.A. CAM OP2 C.B.A. CAM OP3 C.B.A. POW C.B.A. P2 CARD C.B.A. SIDE JACK2 C.B.A. SD CARD C.B.A. TOP OP C.B.A. BACK PANEL C.B.A. SIDE JACK1 C.B.A. EXT MIC 2 C.B.A. POWER SW C.B.A. BATTERY C.B.A. DC IN P.C.BOARD ZOOM SW C.B.A. GYRO C.B.A. CAMERA TOP FPC C.B.A. CODEC P2 FPC C.B.A. TOP CON C.B.A.
FOR FOR FOR FOR FOR FOR
AG-HVX200P/AN AG-HVX200E/MC/202EN AG-HVX200P/AN AG-HVX200E/MC/202EN AG-HVX200P/AN AG-HVX200E/MC/202EN
HANDLE EVF PARTS ASSEMBLY
101 E101 101
109 E17 103
VYK1V99 VGQ8840 VMT1742 VXW0567 VDK0176 VGQ8779 VYQ3545 VGQ8778 VGP6172 VMG1286 VKC0594 VMC1697 VJF1421 VKH0426 VWJ24H2060L0 VXA8302 VGQ8780 VYK1R40 VWJ10H2065L0 VYK1W30 VGP6171 VMP8559 VKN0185 L0AA02A00057 VEE1B95 VWJ1805 VMG1732 VMT1767 XWG2FJ VGU9988 VGU9214 VGH4857 VMZ3361 VMT1766 VMG1733 VMT1757 VMZ3474 VGP6170
EYE CAP U EYE CAP BASE LENS SPACER SHEET EVF LENS ASS'Y HELICOID DIOPTOR ADJ RING EVF LCD HOLDER U EVF HINGE COVER EVF CASE CUSHION RUBBER VF HINGE SPRING SHU HANDLE 24PIN60MM FFC HANDLE SHIELD HANDLE GRIP MIC U 10PIN65MM FFC MIC CASE 1U VF CASE R SPEAKER SUPPORT ANGLE SPEAKER NET SPEAKER SPEAKER HARNESS DVF FPC MIC DUMPER RUBBER MIC DUMPER SHEET WASHER REC BUTTON SLIDE KNOB SLIDE KNOB SHEET SUPPORT SHEET EVF FPC CUSHION SP SHEET HANDLE GRIP SPACER SHEET LCD BARRIER (C) VF CASE L 1 1
XQN2+B4FJK XQN2+BJ4FJK XQN2+B4FN XQN2+CJ6FJK XSS2+4FJK XSN2+4FC XSB3+6FJK XYN2+F5FJ XQN2+BJ4FJ
E18 E19 E20
VEP04906A VEP001M3A VEP29166A
HANDLE C.B.A. REMOCON F C.B.A. EVF CONNECT C.B.A.
LCD PARTS ASSEMBLY
1-7 1-8 101
1 1-1 1-2 1-3 1-4 1-5 1-6 1-7 1-8
VYK1U47 VGP6152 VMT1717 VMZ3610 VYK1U67 VXD0465 VGQ8616 VGQ8775 VMG1286
LCD U LCD CASE BOTTOM WATER PROOF PAD LCD PCB INSULATION SHEET LCD CASE U HINGE HINGE COVER (LOWER) HINGE COVER TOP CUSHION RUBBER 1
20 MC only
PACKING PARTS ASSEMBLY
VPN6400 VQT0S52 VQT0S53 VQT0S54 VQT0X70 VQT0X72 VFC3891 VYC0936 VFA0463 VFA0466 VMG1458 VYC0890 DE-A20BA DE-A20CA VYC0944 VYC0945 VYC0947 K2GJ2DZ00024 VFC4182 K2RYYYYY0001 VPK0825 VPN6398 VPF0884 VPN6399 VPG1G03 VPG1G04 VPG1G06 VPG1H68 VPG1K33 K1EY06YY0001 VYC0946 VPG1G05
PARTITION OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS SHOULDER BELT MIC HOLDER U WIRERESS REMOTE CONTROLLER WIRERESS REMOTE CONTROLLER EYE CAP MIC HOLDER ADAPTOR AC ADAPTOR AC ADAPTOR AC CORD U AC CORD U AC CORD U DC CORD FERRITECORE U ADAPTOR PLUG ACCESSORY BOX CUSHION (TOP) POLYETHYLENE BAG CUSHION (BOTTOM) PACKING CASE PACKING CASE PACKING CASE PACKING CASE PACKING CASE COMPONENT CABLE AC CORD U PACKING CASE (OUT) 1 1
FOR FOR F0R F0R F0R
AG-HVX200P AG-HVX200E AG-HVX200MC AG-HVX202EN AG-HVX200AN
FOR AG-HVX200P FOR AG-HVX200E/MC/AN/202EN
FOR AG-HVX200P FOR AG-HVX200E/MC/202EN FOR AG-HVX200P (TYPE C)FOR AG-HVX200E/202E FOR AG-HVX200MC FOR AG-HVX200P/E/MC/202EN
FOR FOR FOR FOR FOR
TYPE BF(UK)FOR AG-HVX200E FOR AG-HVX200MC
|Product Type||Camcorder - professional|
|Widescreen Video Capture||Yes|
|Media Type||DV, Mini DV, DVCPRO HD, DVCPRO|
|Optical Sensor Type||3CCD|
|Optical Sensor Size||1/3"|
|Exposure Modes||Program, automatic, manual|
|Focus Adjustment||Automatic, manual|
|Zoom Adjustment||Manual (by ring)|
|Features||Built-in neutral density filter|
|Additional Features||USB 2.0 compatibility|
|Type||LCD display - 3.5" - color|
|Display Form Factor||Rotating|
|Connector Type||IEEE 1394 (FireWire/i.LINK) D4 video output Composite video input/output S-Video input / output USB Audio line-in Microphone Headphones Audio input / output DC power input|
|Expansion Slot(s)||P2 Card slot|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
NE-1757 Strk740P Ata 101S Dect4131S Izzi ALU 6 1 Night DLC-8S Atlanta 8300 A7N266E SC125 LN52A850 ESF 2440 ER-A440 TCO CNC HDR-FX7E RCR 127 Pathfinder-1999 WAP-4000A 8 0 Dcu-10 HDR-HC1E Lowrance X-75 PEG-NX73V 1 5 Mwdgce-25 1 Dragoon II LE32R87 Series Bissell 7901 14PT136B Sagem D32V JR 2005 WB560 DTR94250 KX-TCD150CE Continental 1996 AF-4 P SL-SX410 Nokia 6370 48285 X1400 WD-85295NP P6000 4 GT TCG600H M2NPV-MX KX-TCD410 220 PRO Ua32C6900 Ideacentre A310 Mdpna 1500 Microcat 47LB2DE Duo 2000 Slicer 3000 XL WTC1386F Yukon 1997 KV-32FQ80K VT 300 V 2 SCX-1870F S75340KG98 GP760-1999 NW-E005 SDB-100 DSC-S85 VGN-NS11j S DV256 Ericsson W580 King PRO K100dsuper SB926SK ZRG310W XL3200 305CAD RDR-HX920 Scangear GEC2630 EB-1723 018CR CDN35 DCR-TRV8E RRV-10 CUT 1 KV-32LS65E Coolpix L12 SA-HT700 Yamaha KX25 JBL L36 Kangoo Review Stylus C67 WD-381TP CG-550 Ln-515 NAS-SC500PK Z250I IV-040 FBU55
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