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User reviews and opinions
|openmax||6:31am on Wednesday, November 3rd, 2010|
|Goood camera but dated I have owned this camera for 3 years now and it has only malfunctioned once and that was due to wear and tear.|
|chrisj0||12:56pm on Friday, September 3rd, 2010|
|panasonic nv-ds60b I found this camcorder awkward to hold and use (that could just be me though), zooming in is fiddly.|
|abrigard||1:14pm on Wednesday, August 18th, 2010|
|You would go out for the day with the Panasonic NV-DS60B and the battery would run out half way through and if you went anywhere windy the wind comes ... My Panasonic NV-DS60 ruined several holidays. In the states I had to buy another video camera because it decided to pack up for the third time. It would be better if there is a provision of an interface card or memory that can be inserted to the product for easy transfer to the PCs or Laptops.|
|Josefuss||1:14pm on Saturday, June 26th, 2010|
|panasonic nv-ds60b I found this camcorder awkward to hold and use (that could just be me though), zooming in is fiddly. GR8!! This camcorder is definately one worth buying. I mainly use it for filming skating, and it comes out with quality picture and sound.|
|hudari||10:07pm on Tuesday, June 8th, 2010|
|The Panasonic NV-DS60 is an all round good performance I have no queries with it. Just good fun and good results Very compact, good results.|
|writ||12:56pm on Saturday, May 22nd, 2010|
|my name is Jaben, i just recently go this camera (camcorder / video camera) and honestly at first i was a bit sceptical. Having never had a digital camcorder before i was a bit bemused by the number of different models out there.|
|Chicago Carl||5:43am on Monday, May 17th, 2010|
|This digital mini dv camcorder is ideal for beginners. It is small, compact and fits comfortably in the palm of your hand.|
|claudiamuc||1:03am on Friday, March 12th, 2010|
|This camcorder is extremely easy to use but the quality isn€™t too good. it is perfect for filming weddings, birthdays etc but nothing more pro.|
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Do not remove the cover (or back); there are no user serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified service personnel.
Carefully observe copyright laws.
Recording of pre-recorded tapes or discs or other published or broadcast material for purposes other than your own private use may infringe copyright laws. Even for the purpose of private use, recording of certain material may be restricted. The Movie Camera is considered as household appliance. The use of the Movie Camera with Car Battery Charger, Car Adaptor Cord or AC Adaptor in a car is only allowed, while stopping the car.
Information for Your Safety... 2 Contents.... 4 Standard Accessories.... 6 Optional Accessories... 6 Getting Started.... 7 Controls and Components.... 8 Remote Controller... 10 Power Supply.... 12 Charging Time and Available Recording Time.. 13 Lens Cap and Grip Belt... 13 Attaching the Shoulder Strap... 14 Inserting a Cassette... 14 Turning on the Movie Camera and Selecting Modes.. 14 Using the Viewfinder/LCD Monitor... 15 Using the Menu Screen... 16 List of Menus.... 17 Setting Date and Time... 19 Replacing Clock Battery... 19
Recording.... 20 Photoshot.... 22 Zoom In/Out Functions... 23 Digital Zoom Function.... 23 Image Stabilizer Function... 24 Fade In/Out Functions... 24 Cinema Function.... 25 Colour Night View Function... 25 Backlight Compensation Function... 25 Recording in Special Situations.. 26 Wind Noise Reduction Function.. 26 Recording in Natural Colours... 27 Adjusting White Balance Manually... 27 Manual Shutter Speed Adjustment.. 28 Manual Iris Adjustment... 29 Manual Focus Adjustment... 29 Digital Effect Functions... 30
Playing Back.... 32 Finding a Scene You Want to Playback.. 33 Slow Motion Playback.... 33 Still Playback/Still Advance Playback... 34 Finding the End of Recording... 34 Index Search Functions... 35 Playback Digital Effect Functions... 36 Playing Back on Your TV.... 37 Audio Dubbing... 37 Copying on an S-VHS (or a VHS) Cassette (Dubbing).. 38 Using the DV Cable for Recording... 39 Personal Computer Connection Kit.. 39
Lens Cap and Grip Belt
To protect the Lens surface, attach the Lens Cap. Adjust the length of the Grip Belt to the size of your hand.
1 Pass the Lens Cap Cord through the attached eye
on the Lens Cap and thread it as shown in the illustration 1. 2 Attach the Lens Cap to the Grip Belt. 3 Put your hand through the Grip Belt and adjust the length.
When you remove the Lens Cap, press the knobs firmly. When you are not recording, be sure to keep the Lens Cap attached to the Lens for protection.
Attaching the Shoulder Strap
We recommend that you attach the Shoulder Strap before going out of doors to record so as to avoid dropping the Movie Camera.
1 Pull the end of the Shoulder Strap through the
Shoulder Strap Holder on the Movie Camera.
2 Fold the tip of the Shoulder Strap, run it through
the Shoulder Strap Length Adjuster, and pull it.
When attaching the Shoulder Strap to another side of the Shoulder Strap Holder, you need to pull out the viewfinder and tilt it up. Pull it out more than 2 cm 1 from the Shoulder Strap Length Adjuster so that it cannot slip off.
Inserting a Cassette
When power is supplied to the Movie Camera, the Cassette can be taken out without turning the Movie Camera [ON].
1 Slide the [TAPE EJECT] Lever to open the Cover. 2 Insert a Cassette. 3 Close the Cover and press the [PUSH CLOSE]
mark to lock the Cover.
Accidental Erasure Prevention
Opening the accidental erasure prevention slider 1 on the cassette (by sliding it in the [SAVE] arrow direction) prevents recording. To enable recording, close the accidental erasure prevention slider (by sliding it in the [REC] arrow direction). For other notes concerning this item, see page 48.
Turning on the Movie Camera and Selecting Modes
[CAMERA], [VCR] or [M-CARD]. ([M-CARD]: NV-DS65 only)
1 Set the [VCR/OFF/CAMERA/M-CARD] Switch to
The [POWER] Lamp lights up. CAMERA: Camera Mode VCR: VCR Mode M-CARD: Card Recording Mode Card Playback Mode (To this mode, press the [M-PLAY] Button in the Card Recording Mode)
To Turn off the Power
Set the [VCR/OFF/CAMERA/M-CARD] Switch to [OFF].
Using the Viewfinder/LCD Monitor
Using the Viewfinder
12:30:45 15.10.2003 15.10.2003
OFF MIRROR STROBE MOSAIC SLIM TRAIL STRETCH GAIN UP WIPE MIX P-IN-P
[DISPLAY SETUP] Sub-Menu
12) Date and Time Indication [DATE/TIME] (l 47) 13) Counter Display Mode [C.DISPLAY] (l 47) 14) Counter Reset [C.RESET] (l 60) It resets the counter to zero. However, it cannot reset the Time Code. 15) Display Mode [DISPLAY] (l 47)
7) 8) 9) 10) 11)
REC SPEED AUDIO REC SCENEINDEX WIND CUT ZOOM MIC
SP 12bit 2HOUR OFF OFF
LP 16bit DAY ON ON
[LCD/EVF SETUP] Sub-Menu
16) LCD Brightness [LCD BRIGHTNESS] (l 15) 17) LCD Colour Level [LCD COLOUR] (l 15) 18) Brightness of the Viewfinder [EVF BRIGHTNESS] (l 15)
12) 13) 14) 15)
DATE/TIME OFF D/T DATE C.DISPLAY COUNTER MEMORY TIMECODE C.RESET OFF ON DISPLAY ALL PARTIAL OFF
[OTHER FUNCTIONS] Sub-Menu
19) 20) 21) 22) 23) 24) 25) Remote Controller Mode [REMOTE] (l 48) Beep Sound [BEEP SOUND] (l 48) Shutter Effect [SHTR EFFECT] (l 22) Date and Time Setting [CLOCK SET] (l 19) Self-Recording [SELF REC] (l 21) Owner ID Set [OWNER ID SET] (l 60) Demonstration Mode [DEMO MODE] (l 60)
16) 17) 18)
LCD LCD EVF
BRIGHTNESS [-]||||----[+] COLOUR [-]||||----[+] BRIGHTNESS [-]||||----[+]
[PHOTO TITLE] Sub-Menu (NV-DS65 only)
26) Title In Setting [TITLE] (l 43) 27) Title In Mode [MODE] (l 43)
19) 20) 21) 22) 23) 24) 25) 26) 27)
REMOTE VCR1 VCR2 OFF BEEP SOUND OFF ON SHTR EFFECT OFF ON CLOCK SET OFF ON SELF REC NORMAL MIRROR OWNER ID SET OFF ON DEMO MODE OFF ON RETURN ---- YES
TITLE MODE OFF WIPE SET MIX
VCR Mode Main-Menu [VCR FUNCTIONS]
1.PLAYBACK FUNCTIONS 2.DIGITAL EFFECT 3.RECORDING SETUP 4.DISPLAY SETUP 5.LCD/EVF SETUP 6.OTHER FUNCTIONS
[PLAYBACK FUNCTIONS] Sub-Menu
1) 2) 3) 4) 5) Blank Search [BLANK SEARCH] (l 34) Index Search Mode [SEARCH] (l 35) Audio Selector [12bit AUDIO] (l 37) Multi-Picture Mode [MULTI SPEED] (l 32) Returning to the Main-Menu [RETURN]
BLANK SEARCH OFF ON SEARCH PHOTO SCENE 12bit AUDIO ST1 ST2 MIX MULTI SPEED FAST NORMAL SLOW
6) Digital Effects 1 [EFFECT1] (l 36) 7) Digital Effects 2 [EFFECT2] (l 36) 8) Digital Zoom [D.ZOOM] (l 36)
9) Recording Speed Mode [REC SPEED] (l 21) 10) Audio Dubbing [AUDIO DUB] (l 37)
6) 7) 8)
EFFECT1 OFF MIRROR STROBE MOSAIC SLIM TRAIL STRETCH EFFECT2 OFF SEPIA B/W D.ZOOM OFF ON RETURN ---- YES
All of the items on the [DISPLAY SETUP] Sub-Menu are the same as those on the [DISPLAY SETUP] Sub-Menu of the [CAMERA FUNCTIONS] Main-Menu.
1 Press the [AUTO/MANUAL] Button to display the 2 Press the [FOCUS] Button.
The [MF] Indication (Manual Focus Mode) 1 appears. 3 Turn the [PUSH] Dial to adjust the focus.
Press the [FOCUS] Button to turn off the [MF] Indication. Or, press the [AUTO/MANUAL] Button to display the [AUTO] Indication.
Digital Effect Functions
This Movie Camera is equipped with Digital Effect Functions that add special effects to the scene.
Digital Effects [EFFECT]
1) Mirror Mode [MIRROR] The right half of an image becomes a mirror image of the left half. 2) Strobe Mode [STROBE] It records images with a stroboscopic effect. 3) Mosaic Mode [MOSAIC] It produces a mosaic-like image. 4) Slim Mode [SLIM] The picture is expanded vertically. 5) Trailing Effect Mode [TRAIL] It records images with a trailing effect. 6) Stretch Mode [STRETCH] The Picture is expanded horizontally. 7) Gain-up Mode [GAIN UP] It brightens images electronically. 8) Wipe Mode [WIPE] (l 31) 9) Mix Mode [MIX] (l 31) 10) Picture in Picture Mode [P-IN-P] (l 31)
To Select a Desired Digital Effect
Set [CAMERA FUNCTIONS] >> [DIGITAL EFFECT] >> [EFFECT] >> a desired Digital Effect.
3) MOSAIC 4) SLIM
To Cancel the Digital Effect
Set [CAMERA FUNCTIONS] >> [DIGITAL EFFECT] >> [EFFECT] >> [OFF]. For other notes concerning this item, see page 50.
7) GAIN UP
Wipe Mode and Mix Mode
Wipe Mode: Like a curtain is being pulled, the still picture of the last recorded scene gradually changes to the moving image of a new scene. Mix Mode: While the moving image of a new scene fades in, the still image of the last recorded scene gradually fades out.
1 Set [DIGITAL EFFECT] >> [EFFECT] >> [WIPE] or
The [WIPE] or [MIX] Indication appears.
2, 3, 4
WIPE WIPE WIPE
2 Press the Recording Start/Stop Button to start
3 Press the Recording Start/Stop Button to pause
The last scene is stored in memory. The [WIPE] or [MIX] Indication changes to [B] or [C].
Photoshot Index Search 1 Set [VCR FUNCTIONS] >> [PLAYBACK
FUNCTIONS] >> [SEARCH] >> [PHOTO].
2 Press the  Button 1 or [:] Button 2 on
the Remote Controller.
With each press of the corresponding button, still pictures recorded in Photoshot Mode are searched. Sounds are played back for approximately 4 seconds.
Scene Index Search 1 Set [VCR FUNCTIONS] >> [PLAYBACK
FUNCTIONS] >> [SEARCH] >> [SCENE].
When the corresponding button is pressed once, the [S 1] Indication B appears, and searching of the subsequent scene marked with an index signal starts. Each time the button is pressed after the start of Scene Index Search, the indication changes from [S 2] to [S 9], and the beginning of the scene corresponding to the selected number will be searched. Up to 9 scene numbers can be selected.
Continuous Index Search
If the  Button or the [:] Button is pressed for 2 seconds or longer, search can be continued at several-second intervals. (To cancel, press the  Button 3 or the  Button 4.) For other notes concerning this item, see page 51.
Playback Digital Effect Functions
During playback, special digital effects can be added to the recorded pictures.
Digital Effects 1 [EFFECT1]
The same effects as those of Digital Effects (Mirror Mode, Strobe Mode, Mosaic Mode, Slim Mode, Trailing Effect Mode, Stretch Mode), which are used during recording, are obtained. (l 30)
Digital Effects 2 [EFFECT2]
1) Sepia Mode [SEPIA] It records a scene with a brownish tint, like the colour of old pictures. 2) Black & White Mode [B/W] It records an image in black and white.
Set [VCR FUNCTIONS] >> [DIGITAL EFFECT] >> [EFFECT1] or [EFFECT2] >> a desired Digital Effect.
Set [VCR FUNCTIONS] >> [DIGITAL EFFECT] >> [EFFECT1] or [EFFECT2] >> [OFF]. If the Movie Camera is turned off, the [EFFECT1] and [EFFECT2] settings are cancelled.
Playback Digital Zoom Function
The centre of the image is enlarged to approximately 2 times during playback.
1 Set [VCR FUNCTIONS] >> [DIGITAL EFFECT] >>
[D.ZOOM] >> [ON]. To Cancel the Playback Digital Zoom Function
Set [D.ZOOM] on the [DIGITAL EFFECT] Sub-Menu to [OFF]. If you turn off the Movie Camera power or if you switch from VCR Mode to other Mode, Playback Digital Zoom Function is automatically cancelled. For other notes concerning this item, see page 51.
Playing Back on Your TV
1 Insert the recorded Cassette.
2 Insert an unrecorded Cassette with an erasure
If various setups (such as external input, tape speed, etc.) are required, please refer to the operating instructions of your VCR. Movie Camera:
3 Press the  Button to start playback.
1, 3, 6
4 Start recording. 5 Press the Pause or Stop Button to stop recording.
6 Press the  Button to stop playback. 1 AV Cable 2 S-Video Cable (not supplied)
Using the DV Cable for Recording
(Digital Dubbing) By connecting this Movie Camera with other digital video equipment that has a DV Input/Output Terminal using a DV Cable VW-CD1E (optional) 1, dubbing can be done in the digital format. Only the NV-DS65 can be used as a Recorder. [Player/Recorder]
1 Insert the Cassette and set to the VCR Mode.
2 Press the  Button to start playback.
3 While pressing the [REC] Button, press the 
To Stop Dubbing
Press the [;] Button or the  Button. For other notes concerning this item, see page 51.
Personal Computer Connection Kit
(NV-DS60 only) Using the Personal Computer Connection Kit, you can import still pictures into your personal computer. Use the Digital Still Picture Terminal [TO PC] 1 when using the Personal Computer Connection Kit. When recording, be careful not to cut off the Time Code from the start of the tape. For more details on the operating environment, connections, and procedures, please refer to Personal Computer Connection Kits operating instructions.
Using a Card
A Card can be used to record still pictures. Use genuine card only. When setting an M-CARD Mode, the DV Output will not function.
Inserting a Card
Before inserting a Card, be sure to turn off the Movie Camera.
1 Open the Card Slot Cover. 2 Insert the Card in the direction as shown in the illustration 1. 3 Close the Card Slot Cover securely.
Removing the Card
Open the Card Slot Cover and press the centre of the Card and then pull it straight out. After removing the Card, close the Card Slot Cover. The SD Memory Card has a write protection switch on it. 2 If the switch is moved to the [LOCK] side, you cannot write to or format the Card. If it is moved back, you can.
[ACCESS] Lamp 3
ACCESS Lamp is available only when the Card Slot Cover is opened. While the Movie Camera is making an access to the Card (reading, recording, playback, erasing, moving of images), the [ACCESS] Lamp lights up and the [PLEASE WAIT] Indication 4 appears. While the [ACCESS] Lamp is on, never attempt to pull out the Card or to turn off the Movie Camera. Such actions will damage the Card, cause loss of recorded data and cause the Movie Camera to malfunction.
The selected Picture is underlined pink. A verification message appears.
4 Select [YES] and press the [PUSH] Dial.
The selected picture is deleted from the Card. If [NO] is selected, the picture selection is cancelled.
5 Repeat Step 3 and 4 and press the [M-STOP]
Button when the setup is completed. To Delete All Pictures
1 Press the [M-DEL] Button in the card playback
2 Select [ALL] and press the [PUSH] Dial.
A verification message appears.
3 Select [YES] and press the [PUSH] Dial.
All the pictures recorded in the Card are deleted.
1, 1, 1
To Format the Card 1 Press the [M-DEL] Button in the card playback mode. 2 Select [FORMAT] and press the [PUSH] Dial.
All the data recorded in the Card are deleted. For other notes concerning this item, see page 52.
Writing Printing Data on a Card
1 2, 3, 4
(DPOF Setting) DPOF Setting Printing data (DPOF Settings), such as the number of images to be printed, can be written to the Card. DPOF means Digital Print Order Format.
1 Press the [MENU] Button in the card playback
2 Set [CARD SETUP] >> [DPOF] >> [ON] >>
[VARIABLE] >> [ON].
Pictures recorded on the Card are displayed in Multi-Picture Mode. 1 To print all pictures one at a time, select [ALL 1]. When all images are not printed, select [ALL 0].
3 Select a desired picture.
The number of prints set by DPOF 2 is displayed. 4 Turn the [PUSH] Dial and select the number of
4 DPOF5SETTING 6
D-001 PRESS STOP TO EXIT
pictures to be printed, and press the [PUSH] Dial.
 Indication 3 is displayed in the picture set. 5 Repeat Step 3 and 4 and press the [M-STOP]
Button when the setup is completed.
For other notes concerning this item, see page 52.
Using the USB Connection Kit
(NV-DS65 only) Using the USB Connection Kit, you can import still pictures into your personal computer.
1 Install the supplied USB driver. 2 Select the desired mode of the Movie Camera. 3 Connect the supplied USB Cable 1 to [USB] Socket. 2
It enters PC connection mode. The USB Connection Kit can be used with Windows98 Second Edition/Me/2000/XP. Use the AC Adaptor as power source for the Movie Camera. (The Card or its contents may be destroyed if battery power is lost while transmitting data.) Mode cannot be changed in PC connection mode by setting the [VCR/OFF/CAMERA/M-CARD] Switch. For more details on the operating environment, installation, connections, and procedures, please refer to USB Connection Kits operating instructions.
PC connection mode (in Camera mode or VCR mode) STORAGE: PC connection mode (in Card playback mode) 00: Remaining Number of Card Photoshot pictures (l 41) 100-0001: DCF Number (l 42) D-001: Number of prints set by DPOF (l 45) 1(white): File Number ([640k480] Image size) (l 42) 1(green): File Number ([320k240] Image size) (l 42) DPOF Setting completed (l 45) : 640: [640k480] Image size For images not recorded with this Movie Camera, the size display is determined as follows according to the number of horizontal pixels. 320: [320k240] Image size 640: From 640 to 800 (The size is not displayed at under 640 pixels.) SVGA: From 800 to 1024 XGA: From 1024 to 1280 SXGA: From 1280 to 1600 UXGA: Over 1600
If any one of the following indications lights up or flashes, please check the condition of the Movie Camera. Some Indications may not be displayed according to the model. 3: Condensation has occurred. (l 54) Y: The accidental erasure prevention slider on the inserted Cassette is open (that is, set to [SAVE]). You are about to do audio dubbing on the unrecorded (blank) portion of the tape. No Cassette is inserted. (l 14) The Battery is low. Recharge it. 6: (l 12) 0: The button-type battery is discharged. (l 19) :: The video heads are dirty. (l 55) 2END: The tape came to end during recording. REMOTE: Wrong Remote Controller Mode has been selected. (l 48) UNPLAYABLE TAPE (OTHER FORMAT): You are attempting to play back a tape section that has been recorded with a different TV system. UNABLE TO A. DUB (LP RECORDED): Because the original recording was done in LP Mode, audio dubbing cannot be performed. INCOMPATIBLE TAPE: This Cassette is incompatible. CARD LOCKED: When you are attempting to write the data on an SD Memory Card whose write protection switch is set at [LOCK]. FILE LOCKED: When you are attempting to delete a locked picture. The locked picture cannot be deleted. NO SPACE LEFT: Card does not have sufficient memory remaining. CARD FULL: Card does not have sufficient memory remaining. NO CARD: Card is not inserted. NO PICTURE: Card has no pictures recorded on it.
To Change the Counter Display Mode
By changing [C.DISPLAY] on the [DISPLAY SETUP] Sub-Menu, you can change the Counter Display Mode to Tape Counter Indication [COUNTER] (0:00.00), Memory Counter Indication [MEMORY] (M0:00.00), and Time Code Indication [TIMECODE] (0h00m00s00f). (l 17) By repeatedly pressing the [COUNTER] Button on the Remote Controller, you can change the Counter Display Mode.
Manual Shutter Speed Adjustment
You may see vertical lines of light in the playback image of a brightly shining subject or highly reflective subject. During normal playback, movement in the images may not look smooth. Because the colour and brightness of the playback image may become unstable, avoid recording under fluorescent light, mercury light, or sodium light. If you are using Gain-up Mode (l 30), Colour Night View Functon (l 25) or Programme AE Mode (l 26), you cannot adjust the shutter speed. If the shutter speed was adjusted manually, this setting will be cancelled. When [PROGRESSIVE] is set to [ON], the shutter speed cannot be adjusted to 1/750 s or faster.
Manual Iris Adjustment
If you are using Programme AE Mode (l 26), you cannot adjust the iris. If the iris is adjusted manually, this setting will be cancelled. If you attempt to adjust the Shutter Speed after setting the Iris, the value set for the Iris will be cancelled.
Digital Effect Functions
When you set the following functions, [EFFECT] will be set to [OFF]. Progressive Photoshot Function [PROGRESSIVE] (l 22) Digital Zoom [D.ZOOM] (l 23) Image Stabilizer Function [SIS] (l 24)
You cannot change White Balance if you set [EFFECT] of [DIGITAL EFFECT] Sub-Menu on the [CAMERA FUNCTIONS] Main-Menu to [GAIN UP] and Colour Night View Function. You cannot use the Manual White Balance Adjustment when the zoom magnification is approximately 10k or higher.
It is as follows when [GAIN UP] is selected.
The shutter speed cannot be operated. White Balance cannot be changed. The Sports Mode , the Portrait Mode  and Low Light Mode  are cancelled.
Wipe Mode and Mix Mode
If either one of the following operations is carried out, stored images will be erased, and Wipe and Mix Functions cannot be used. Record with Photo Title Function.
If the Movie Camera is turned off, the smaller picture disappears. The position of a small picture is fixed at the bottom right of the screen.
The blank section of a tape cannot be dubbed. Sounds sent through the DV Terminal cannot be dubbed. If a tape has a non-recorded portion when the tape is dubbed, images and sounds may be disturbed when this portion of the tape is played back. If you set the tape counter back to 0 at the position where you want to stop Audio Dubbing so as to make it possible to use the Memory Stop Function (l 60), Audio Dubbing is terminated automatically when the tape reaches this position. In the case of importing data recorded with Audio Dubbing to a PC using the PCs software programme, only the original sound (ST1) may be imported, depending on the software programme.
If you continue to press the  Button for 5 seconds or longer, the Movie Camera switches to Repeat Playback Mode, and the [R !] Indication appears. (To cancel Repeat Playback Mode, set the [VCR/OFF/CAMERA/M-CARD] Switch to [OFF].)
Listening to Playback Sound through Headphones
When you wish to listen to playback sound through headphones, connect the headphones to the [PHONES] Socket (l 9) on the Movie Camera. In this case, no sound (including a warning sound and shutter sound) will be reproduced through the built-in speaker of the Movie Camera.
Recording the Contents of Other Equipment
When the Movie Camera is connected with other digital video equipment through its DV Terminal, images recorded in analog form from other external equipment can be output to the digital video equipment through the DV Terminal.
The quality of Multi images deteriorates slightly. Playback Multi-Mode screens cannot be output through the DV Terminal (l 39) or Digital Still Picture Terminal (l 9). If there is input from DV Terminal, a multi screen cannot be created.
Index Search Functions
Index Search may not be possible at the beginning of tape. Because Photoshot Index Signals are not recorded on still pictures recorded in Continuous Photoshot Mode, the Photoshot Index Search Function cannot be used for these still pictures. Scene Index Search may not function properly if the interval between 2 scene index signals is shorter than 1 minute.
Using the DV Cable for Recording (Digital Dubbing)
Regardless of the setting, digital dubbing is carried out automatically in the same audio recording mode as that of the Cassette on the playback-side. The images on the monitor of the recording side may be disturbed, but it does not affect the recorded images. Even if Playback Digital Effects or Playback Digital Zoom Function have been used, these effects are not output from the DV Terminal. Even if you use device equipped with DV Terminals (such as IEEE1394), you may not be able to perform Digital Dubbing in some cases. Do not connect both an S-Video Cable or AV Cable and a DV Cable.
LCD Monitor In a place with drastic temperature changes, condensation may form on the LCD Monitor. Wipe it with soft dry cloth. If your Movie Camera is extremely cold when you turn its power on, the image on the LCD Monitor is slightly darker than usual at first. However, as the internal temperature increases, it goes back to the normal brightness... Extremely high precision technology is employed to produce the LCD Monitor screen featuring a total of approximately 112,000 pixels. The result is more than 99.99% effective pixels with a mere 0.01% of the pixels inactive or always lit. However, this is not a malfunction and does not affect the recorded picture... Viewfinder Do not direct the Viewfinder or Lens to the sun. Internal components may be seriously damaged. When the Movie Camera is used with a large capacity Battery (CGP-D28S/CGP-D320, CGR-D16S; optional) attached to it, it is not practical to look in the Viewfinder from behind the Battery. In this case, lift up the Viewfinder to an easy-to-see angle... Extremely high precision technology is employed to produce the Viewfinder screen featuring a total of approximately 67,500 pixels. The result is more than 99.99% effective pixels with a mere 0.01% of the pixels inactive or always lit. However, this is not a malfunction and does not affect the recorded picture... Lens If you push the [W/T] Lever toward [W] during recording with the optional filter or conversion lens attached to the Movie Camera, 4 corners of the image may become dark (vignetting). For details, please refer to the operating instructions of your accessories.
Before Requesting Repair (Problems and Solutions)
Power 1: The Movie Camera power cannot be turned on. 1: Is the power source connected correctly? (l 12) 2: The Movie Camera power is turned off automatically. 2: If you leave the Movie Camera in Recording Pause Mode for more than 6 minutes, the power is turned off automatically to protect the tape and to save the Battery power. (l 20) 3: The Movie Camera power does not stay on long enough. 3-1: Is the Battery low? Charge the Battery or attach a fully charged Battery. (l 12) 3-2: Has condensation occurred? Wait until the Condensation Indication disappears. (l 54) Battery 1: Battery runs down quickly. 1-1: Is the Battery fully charged? Charge it with the AC Adaptor. (l 12) 1-2: Are you using the Battery in an extremely cold place? In cold places, the operating time of the Battery becomes shorter. (l 55) 1-3: Has the Battery worn out? If the operating time is still too short even after the Battery is fully charged, the Battery has worn out. 2: The Battery cannot be charged. 2: If the DC Input Lead is connected to the AC Adaptor, charging cannot be performed. Disconnect the DC Input Lead. Normal Recording 1: Recording does not start although power is supplied to the Movie Camera and the Cassette is correctly inserted. 1-1: Is the accidental erasure prevention slider on the Cassette open? If it is open (set to [SAVE]), recording cannot be performed. (l 14) 1-2: Is the tape wound to the end? Insert a new Cassette. (l 14) 1-3: Is the [VCR/OFF/CAMERA/M-CARD] Switch set to [CAMERA]? If it is set to the other position, the recording function cannot be used. (l 20) 1-4: Has condensation occurred? Wait until the Condensation Indication disappears. (l 54)
Built-in Video Light
A light emitting diode (LED) is used for the Built-in Video Light.
Other Recording 1: Auto Focus Function does not work. 1-1: Is Manual Focus Mode selected? If Auto Focus Mode is selected, focus is automatically adjusted. (l 29) 1-2: There are some recording subjects and recording surroundings for which the Auto Focus Function does not operate correctly. In this case, use the Manual Focus Mode to adjust the focus. (l 59) Editing 1: Audio dubbing cannot be performed. 1-1: Is the accidental erasure prevention slider on the Cassette open? If it is open (set to [SAVE]), recording cannot be performed. (l 14) 1-2: Are you attempting to edit a tape portion that was recorded in LP Mode? LP Mode does not allow audio dubbing to operate. (l 21) Indications 1: The Time Code becomes inaccurate. 1: The Time Code Indication counter may not be constant in the reverse direction in Slow Motion Playback Mode, but this is not a malfunction. 2: The Remaining Tape Time Indication disappears. 2: When you record still pictures in Photoshot Mode, the Remaining Tape Time Indication may disappear temporarily. However, it reappears when recording normally. 3: The Remaining Tape Time Indication does not match the actual remaining tape time. 3-1: If scenes of less than 15 seconds are continuously recorded, the remaining tape time cannot be displayed correctly. 3-2: In some cases, the Remaining Tape Time Indication may show remaining tape time that is 2 to 3 minutes shorter than the actual remaining tape time. Playback (Images) 1: Images cannot be played back even when the  Button is pressed. 1: Is the [VCR/OFF/CAMERA/M-CARD] Switch set to [VCR]? If it is set to the other position, the playback function cannot be used. (l 32) 2: Mosaic-pattern noise appears on images during Cue, Review or Slow Motion Playback. 2: This phenomenon is characteristic of digital video systems. It is not a malfunction. 3: Although the Movie Camera is correctly connected to a TV, playback images cannot be seen.
Have you selected Video Input on the TV? Please read the operating instructions of your TV and select the channel that matches the input sockets used for the connection. 4: Playback image is not clear. 4: Are the heads of the Movie Camera dirty? If the heads are dirty, playback image cannot be clear. (l 55) Playback (Sound) 1: Sound is not played back from the built-in speaker of the Movie Camera or the headphones. 1: Is the volume too low? Push the [VOLUME] Lever to adjust the volume. (l 32) 2: Different sounds are reproduced at the same time. 2: [12bit AUDIO] on the [PLAYBACK FUNCTIONS] Sub-Menu of the [VCR FUNCTIONS] Main-Menu has been set to [MIX]. As a result, the original sound and sound that was recorded by audio dubbing are played back together. It is possible to reproduce the sounds separately. (l 37) 3: The original sound was erased when audio dubbing was performed. 3: If you perform audio dubbing on a recording done in [16bit] Mode, the original sound will be erased. If you wish to preserve the original sound, be sure to select [12bit] Mode at the time of recording. 4: Sounds cannot be played back. 4-1: Although a Cassette with no audio dubbing is being played, is [12bit AUDIO] on the [PLAYBACK FUNCTIONS] Sub-Menu of the [VCR FUNCTIONS] Main-Menu set to [ST2]? To play back a Cassette with no audio dubbing, [12bit AUDIO] must be set to [ST1]. (l 37) 4-2: Is the Variable Speed Search Function working? Press the  Button to cancel the Variable Speed Search Function. (l 33) Card (NV-DS65 only) 1: Card Photoshot Playback images do not look normal. 1: The picture may be damaged. In order to prevent the loss of image data, backing up on a personal computer is recommended. (l 39, 52) 2: Even if a Card is formatted, it cannot be used. 2: Either the Movie Camera or the Card may be damaged. Please consult a dealer.
Explanation of Terms
Digital Video System
In a digital video system, images and sounds are converted into digital signals and recorded on a tape. This complete digital recording is capable of recording and playback with minimal image and sound deterioration. In addition, it automatically records data, such as Time Code and Date/Time, as digital signals. Compatibility with S-VHS or VHS Cassettes Because this Movie Camera employs a digital system for recording image and sound data, it is not compatible with conventional S-VHS or VHS video equipment that employs an analog recording system. The size and shape of the Cassette are also different. Compatibility with Output Signals Because AV signal output from the AV signal output socket is analog (the same as conventional video systems), this Movie Camera can be connected with S-VHS or VHS video or a TV for playback.
Because the Movie Camera focuses on the objects with glossy surfaces or on highly reflective objects, the recording subject may become blurry. 5) Recording a fast-moving subject Because the focus lens inside moves mechanically, it cannot keep up with the fast-moving subject. 6) Recording a subject with little contrast Because the Movie Camera achieves focus based upon the vertical lines of an image, a subject with little contrast, such as a white wall, may become blurry.
White Balance Adjustment
Depending on the type of light source, the colours recorded by the Movie Camera may be affected. In some cases, images may be recorded with bluish or reddish hue. To minimize the effect of light on the subjects colour, what is called White Balance Adjustment becomes necessary.
White Balance Adjustment
White Balance Adjustment recognizes the colour of light and makes adjustment so that the white colour will become pure white.
Auto Focus Adjustment
The Auto Focus System automatically moves forward and backward the focusing lens inside the Movie Camera to bring the subject into focus so that the subject can be seen clearly. However, the Auto Focus System does not function properly for the following subjects or under the following recording conditions. Please use the Manual Focus Mode instead. 1) Recording a subject whose one end is located closer to the Movie Camera and the other end farther away from it Because Auto Focus makes adjustments at the centre of an image, it may be impossible to focus on a subject that is located in both foreground and background. 2) Recording a subject behind dirty or dusty glass Because the focus is on the dirty glass, the subject behind the glass will not be focused. 3) Recording a subject in dark surroundings Because the light information that comes through the lens decreases considerably, the Movie Camera cannot focus correctly. 4) Recording a subject that is surrounded by objects with glossy surfaces or by highly reflective objects
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