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Panasonic NV GS11 Mini DV Camera
User reviews and opinions
|buddho||5:40pm on Monday, August 2nd, 2010|
|This is a great miniDV camera for video -- BUT a HORRIBLE camera for still pictures.|
|mf||5:34am on Thursday, July 22nd, 2010|
|Some problems after initial success Had this camcorder for a few years now. Served me really well and was impressed until recently. Good for price but... I have had this camera for 2 years and have appreciated its ease of use and features - e.g.|
|PDLETHBRIDGE||10:48pm on Thursday, July 15th, 2010|
|I had this camera for 4 years now, and I was happy with it. its only recently it started to behave stranegly. i have had this camera for a few years now and it has been excellent for me. ease of use - size low light filming I bought this camera over a year a go for £250 from Comet and it is still going strong. Small, easy to use, good picture quality.|
|patlin||10:21am on Tuesday, May 25th, 2010|
|I have had this Panasonic NV-GS11B camera for 2 years and have appreciated its ease of use and features - e.g. overall this Panasonic NV-GS11B is a great video camera, small compact with some great features. the zoom is pretty good too.|
|kefaa||6:12am on Monday, May 10th, 2010|
|When it was working it was great but........ I have had the camera for about 2 years. Great cam, ruined by fault after fault I actually won this camcorder in a competition so thankfully I didnt spend any money on it.|
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Indications... Initializing the Modes.. Warning/Alarm Indications.. Notes and Hints.. Cautions for Use.. Before Requesting Repair (Problems and Solutions).. Using the RESET button. Explanation of Terms. 59 59
Specifications.. 61 Index.. 63
Sales and Support Information
Customer Care Centre For UK customers: For Republic of Ireland customers: 8333 Visit our website for product information E-mail: email@example.com Technical Support for AV Software For callers in UK: For callers in ROI: 505610 Direct Sales at Panasonic UK Order accessory and consumable items for your product with ease and confidence by phoning our Customer Care Centre MondayFriday 9:00am 5:30pm. (Excluding public holidays). Or go on line through our Internet Accessory ordering application at www.panasonic.co.uk. Most major credit and debit cards accepted. All enquiries transactions and distribution facilities are provided directly by Panasonic UK Ltd. It couldnt be simpler! Also available through our Internet is direct shopping for a wide range of finished products, take a browse on our website for further details.
3) Remote Controller and Button-Type Battery (supplied with NV-GS11 and NV-GS15) -8If you wish to operate NV-GS8 with a Remote Controller, consult the Panasonic Customer Care Centre. 4) Free Style Remote Controller -95) AV Cable -586) Shoulder Strap -127) SD Memory Card (supplied with NV-GS15)
8) USB Connection Kit (USB Cable and CD-ROM) -44-
1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) 10) 11) 12) 13) 14) 15) 16) AC Adaptor (VW-AD9B) Battery Pack (Lithium/CGR-D08S/800mAh) Battery Pack (Lithium/CGR-D16S/1600mAh) Battery Pack (Lithium/CGP-D28S/2800mAh) Car Battery Charger (VW-KBD2E) Wide Conversion Lens (VW-LW2707N2E) Tele Conversion Lens (VW-LT2714N2E) ND Filter (VW-LND27E) MC Protector (VW-LMC27E) Stereo Microphone (VW-VMS2E) Video DC Light (VW-LDC10E) Light Bulb for Video DC Light (VZ-LL10E) Shoe Adaptor (VW-SK11E) Tripod (VW-CT45E) DV Cable (VW-CD1E) DV Editing Software with DV Interface Board (VW-DTM41E) 17) DV Editing Software (VW-DTM40E) The following is for the NV-GS15 model only. 18) SD Memory Card (RP-SD008/RP-SD016/RP-SD032/ RP-SD064/RP-SD128/RP-SDH256/ RP-SDH512) 19) MultiMediaCard (VW-MMC8E/VW-MMC16E) 20) PC Card Adaptor for SD Memory Card (BN-SDABPE) 21) USB Reader Writer for SD Memory Card (BN-SDCAPE) Some optional accessories may not be available in some countries.
[VCR1]: Press the [D] Button and  Button simultaneously. 1 [VCR2]: Press the [E] Button and  Button simultaneously. 2 When the battery in the Remote Controller is replaced, the mode is automatically reset to [VCR1] Mode.
Using the AC Adaptor
Using the Remote Controller 1 Direct the Remote Controller at the Remote
Control Sensor (31) of the Movie Camera and press an appropriate button.
1 Connect the DC Input Lead to the
[DC/C.C.IN] Socket on the Movie Camera.
2 Connect the DC Input Lead to the AC
3 Connect the AC Mains Lead to the AC
Adaptor and the AC mains socket. The AC Mains Leads outlet plug does not fit entirely into the AC Adaptor socket. A gap will remain as shown 1. Before connecting or disconnecting the power supply, set the [OFF/ON] Switch on the Movie Camera to [OFF] and make sure that Power Lamp is not lit.
Distance from the Movie Camera: Within approximately 5 metres Angle: Within approximately 15o in the vertical and horizontal directions from the central axis The above operating ranges are for indoor use. Outdoors or under strong light, the Movie Camera may not operate properly even within the above ranges.
Selecting Remote Controller Modes When 2 Movie Cameras are used simultaneously, they can be operated individually by selecting different Remote Controller Modes. If the Remote Controller Mode of the Movie Camera and that of the Remote Controller do not match, [REMOTE] Indication is displayed.
Using the Battery
Before use, fully charge the Battery. We recommend using Panasonics Battery. We cannot guarantee the quality of this Movie Camera when batteries of other companies are used. 1 Attach the Battery to the AC Adaptor and charge it.
Using the Car Battery Charger (optional)
If you use the Car Battery Charger (VW-KBD2E; optional), you can supply power to the Movie Camera and charge the battery inside your car. For further information, refer to the instruction manual of the Car Battery Charger. Be sure to start the car engine before you connect the Car Adaptor Cord, otherwise the fuse may blow. For other notes concerning this item, see -48-.
Accidental Erasure Prevention
Opening the accidental erasure prevention slider 1 on the cassette (by sliding it to the [SAVE] arrow direction) prevents recording. To enable recording, close the accidental erasure prevention slider (by sliding it to the [REC] arrow direction).
Card Access Lamp (14)
For other notes concerning this item, see -48-.
While the Movie Camera is accessing the Card (reading, recording, playback or erasing), Card Access Lamp lights up. While Card Access Lamp is on, never attempt to open the Card Slot Cover, to pull out the Card, to turn off the Movie Camera, or to turn the Mode Dial. Such actions will damage the Card, and recorded data, and cause the Movie Camera to malfunction.
Turning on the Movie Camera
How to Turn on the Power 1 Set the [OFF/ON] Switch (43) to [ON] while
pressing the button 1. The [POWER] Lamp (40) lights up.
Using the Viewfinder/LCD Monitor
Using the Viewfinder
Before using the Viewfinder, adjust the field of view so that the displays inside the Viewfinder become clear and easy to read. 1 Pull the Viewfinder.
2 Adjust by turning the Eyepiece Corrector
How to Turn off the Power 1 Set the [OFF/ON] Switch (43) to [OFF] while
pressing the button 1.
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You can choose a desired mode by rotating the Mode Dial. 1 Rotate the Mode Dial (39).
To Use the Viewfinder at the Same Time as the LCD Monitor Set [LCD/EVF] >> [EVF ON/AUTO] >> [ON]. The Viewfinder does not turn off even if the LCD Monitor is opened. When you turn the Movie Camera off, this setting is cancelled.
Using the LCD Monitor
:Tape Recording Mode Use this mode when recording pictures on a tape. NV-GS15 only: Also, you can record still pictures on the card simultaneously during recording on a tape. :Tape Playback Mode Use this mode when playing back the recorded scene on a tape. :Card Recording Mode (NV-GS15 only) Use this mode when recording still pictures on a card. :Picture Playback Mode (NV-GS15 only) Use this mode when playing back the recorded still picture on a card. PC :PC Mode (NV-GS15 only) Use this mode when you want to connect the Movie Camera to your Personal Computer.
With the LCD Monitor open, you can also record the picture while watching it. 1 Put a finger on the [OPEN4] Knob (1) and pull the LCD Monitor (2) out in the direction of the arrow. The Viewfinder is deactivated. The LCD Monitor can be opened a maximum of 120o. If you open the LCD monitor by 120o, it becomes convenient to operate menus or to play back pictures.
2 Adjust the LCD Monitor angle according to
the desired recording angle. The LCD Monitor can rotate a maximum of 180o 1 from the vertical position upwards and a maximum of 90o 2 to the downward direction. Forcefully rotating the LCD Monitor beyond these ranges will damage the Movie Camera.
Using the Menu Screen
To facilitate the selection of a desired function or setup, this Movie Camera displays various function setups on Menus. When operating the menu with the Viewfinder, set [LCD/EVF] >> [EVF ON/AUTO] >> [ON] or rotate the LCD monitor by 180o. 1 Press the [MENU] Button (20).
The Menu corresponding to the Mode selected by using the Mode Dial (39) is displayed.
Closing the LCD Monitor Push the LCD Monitor until it is securely locked. Make sure the Card Slot Cover is closed (NV-GS15 only).
Adjusting Brightness and Colour Level
When [LCD/EVF SET] on the [LCD/EVF] Sub-Menu is set to [YES], the following items are displayed.
LCD/EVF SETUP 1LCD BRIGHTNESS [-]||||----[+] LCD COLOUR LEVEL [-]||||----[+] BRIGHTNESS [-]||||----[+]
;/:SELECT &/%:SETUP !/MENU:EXIT
LCD Brightness [LCD BRIGHTNESS] Adjusts the brightness of the image on the LCD screen. LCD Colour Level [LCD COLOUR LEVEL] Adjusts the colour saturation of the image on the LCD screen. Brightness of the Viewfinder [EVF BRIGHTNESS] Adjusts the brightness of the image in the Viewfinder.
To Adjust Press the [;/] Button and select the item to be adjusted, and then press the [6/5] Button to raise or lower the number of vertical bars in the Bar Indication. A larger number of vertical bars indicates stronger brightness or colour saturation.
For other notes concerning this item, see -56.
NV-GS8/ NV-GSPress the [;/] Button to select a desired Sub-Menu. Press the [;/] Button to display the highlighted item. 3 Press the  Button to display the selected Sub-Menu. 4 Press the [;/] Button to select the item. 5 Press the  Button to display the selected item. 6 Press the [;/] Button to select the desired mode and press [ENTER] Button to determine the setting. While a Menu is displayed, you cannot record or play back. Menus can be displayed during playback but not during recording. The above operations can be done using the [MENU] Button, [, , , ] Buttons and [ENTER] Button on the Remote Controller (supplied with NV-GS11 and NV-GS15). (-8-)
] Indication appears.
2 Press the [PHOTO SHOT] Button (36).
The [ PICTURE ] Indication lights up in red.
Selecting the Quality of Photoshot images 1 Set [CARD RECORDING MENU] >> [CARD] >> [PICT QUALITY] >> a desired image quality.
When [ON] is selected, the still pictures can be recorded in approximately 0.5 second intervals until the [PHOTO SHOT] Button is released or 10 pictures are recorded. For other notes concerning this item, see -49-.
Maximum number of images recordable on the supplied Card (8MB) [FINE] (high image quality): approximately 45 pictures [NORMAL] (normal image quality): approximately 95 pictures [ECONOMY] (low image quality): approximately 190 pictures These figures vary depending on the subject being photographed. Maximum number of still pictures recordable on an SD Memory Card (optional)
PICTURE QUALITY 16 MB 32 MB 64 MB 128 MB 256 MB 512 MB FINE NORMAL ECONOMY 7040 14080
Recording with the Built-in LED Video Light
To brighten the natural colours in a scene. Gain Up mode works with the Built-in LED Video Light to enhance the lights brightness. 1 Press the [LIGHT] Button (13). 1
The Built-in LED Video Light lights and the Gain Up mode is set to on. Gain Up mode will be brighter than when only the LED Video Light is on, however, ghost images will appear. 2 Press the [LIGHT] Button (13). 2 Gain Up mode is set to off. To eliminate ghost images, use this mode.
These figures vary depending on the subject being photographed.
3 Press the [LIGHT] Button (13). 3
The LED Video Light turns off. Pressing the [LIGHT] Button again returns to 1.
When you set the self-timer, the recording starts automatically after 10 seconds. 1 Set [TAPE RECORDING MENU] or [CARD RECORDING MENU] (NV-GS15 only) >> [CAMERA] >> [SELF TIMER] >> [ON].
For other notes concerning this item, see -49-.
By pressing the [QUICK START] Button (41), and the Movie Camera will be ready for recording in approximately 1.3 seconds after the Movie Camera is turned on. 1 Press the [QUICK START] Button (41). The Quick Start Recording Lamp (41) lights up.
The [ ] Indication flashes and the recording starts after 10 seconds. You can also use the Continuous Photoshot (NV-GS15 only). (-22-) For other notes concerning this item, see -49-.
Zoom In/Out Functions
It gives special effects to the picture by recording objects close by or with wide-angle shot. 1 For wide-angle shots (zoom out): Push the [W/T] Lever (37) towards [W]. For close-ups (zoom in): Push the [W/T] Lever towards [T].
2 Set the [OFF/ON] Switch (43) to [OFF].
The Quick Start Recording Lamp remains lit.
3 Set the [OFF/ON] Switch (43) to [ON].
A small still picture is displayed in a normal picture. If the [P-IN-P] Button is pressed again, the small still picture is cleared. For other notes concerning this item, see -51-.
Wipe Mode and Mix Mode
Wipe Mode: Like drawing a curtain, the still picture of the last recorded scene gradually changes to the moving image of a new scene.
WIPE WIPE WIPE
Playing Back a Tape
The recorded scene can be played back immediately after the recording. 1 Set the [OFF/ON] Switch (43) to [ON]. The [POWER] Lamp (40) lights up.
Adjusting the Sound Volume
To adjust the volume, push the [W/T] Lever (37) to display the [VOLUME] Indication. Push the [W/T] Lever towards [T] to increase the volume or push the [W/T] Lever towards [W] to decrease the volume. The [VOLUME] Indication goes off after the adjustment is finished.
2 Set the Mode Dial (39) to Tape Playback
To adjust the volume with the Remote Controller (supplied with NV-GS11 and NV-GS15), press the [T] or [W] Button to display the [VOLUME] Indication. Press the [T] Button to increase the volume or press the [W] Button to decrease the volume. The [VOLUME] Indication goes off after the adjustment is finished.
NV-GS8/ NV-GSPress the  Button (19) to rewind the tape.
The sound volume cannot be adjusted using the Remote Controller (supplied with NV-GS11 and NV-GS15) in Playback Zoom Mode. (-35-) For other notes concerning this item, see -51-.
Rewind the tape to the point where you want to start playback. When the tape reaches the beginning, rewinding stops automatically. 4 Press the  Button (17) to start playback. The [!] Indication appears.
Finding a Scene You Want to Play Back
If a cassette recorded with a copyright protection signal is played back, the picture is distorted by mosaic-like patterns.
If the  Button (16) or  Button (19) is pressed during Playback, it turns to Cue Playback A or Review Playback B.
To Stop Playback Press the  Button (18).
If the Button is held continuously, it turns to Cue Playback or Review Playback until you release it.
Variable Speed Search Function
The speed of Cue Playback or Review Playback can be varied. 1 During playback, press the  Button (17). The [1k!] Indication appears.
When the [E] Button is pressed, Slow Motion Playback proceeds in the reverse direction. When the [D] Button is pressed, Slow Motion Playback proceeds in the forward direction. Scenes recorded in the SP Mode are played back at approximately 1/5th of the normal speed. Scenes recorded in the LP Mode are played back at approximately 1/3rd of the normal speed.
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 [TAPE PLAYBACK MENU] >>
[PLAYBACK] >> [SEARCH] >> [SCENE].
on the Remote Controller. When the corresponding button is pressed once, the [S 1] Indication appears, and searching for 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 (59) is pressed for 2 seconds or longer, search can be continued at several-second intervals. (To cancel, press the  Button (73) or the  Button (71).)
If the Movie Camera is switched from the Tape Playback Mode to Tape Recording Mode or if the date and time is set before the start of recording, the index signal is not recorded.
Photoshot Index Search 1 Set [TAPE PLAYBACK MENU] >>
[PLAYBACK] >> [SEARCH] >> [PHOTO].
For other notes concerning this item, see -52-.
Playback Zoom Function (Remote Control only)
A part of the image can be enlarged up to 10 times during playback. 1 During playback, press the [P.B. ZOOM] Button (75) on the Remote Controller.
INDEX K SELECT STOP
Using the Menu Screen: 1 Set [TAPE PLAYBACK MENU] >> [DIGITAL] >> [EFFECT SEL] >> a desired Digital Effect.
The centre of the image is enlarged to approximately 2 times.
Using the Remote Controller (supplied with NV-GS11and NV-GS15): 1 Press the  Button (73).
INDEX K S C
2 Press the [SELECT] Button (60) on the
To Change the Zoom Magnification 2 Change the magnification by pressing the [W] Button or [T] Button (63) on the Remote Controller.
Remote Controller to select a desired digital effect.
SELECT VAR. SEARCH ENTER MENU
When the [SELECT] Button is pressed repeatedly, the digital effect selection changes.
To Change the Enlarging Area of an Image 3 Press the Arrow Button (, , , ) (57) on the Remote Controller that points to the area you want to enlarge. To Cancel the Playback Zoom Function Press the [P.B. ZOOM] Button (75) on the Remote Controller.
To suspend Playback Digital Effect Temporarily Press the [OFF/ON] Button (62) to suspend or restart the digital effect. When the digital effect is paused temporarily, the selected effects indication flashes. To Cancel the Digital Effect Press the [SELECT] Button (60) on the Remote Controller and clear the digital effect indication.
Playback Digital Effect Functions
During playback, special digital effects can be added to the recorded pictures. The same effects as those of Digital Effects 1 and 2, which are used during recording, are obtained.
1 AV Cable 2 S-Video Cable (not supplied)
Editing Mode Player: 2 Press the  Button (17) to start playback.
The same setting can be done using press the  Button (73) on the Remote Controller (supplied with NV-GS11 and NV-GS15). Recorder: 3 while pressing the [REC] Button (6), press the [BACK LIGHT] Button (12). Or While pressing the [REC] Button (55), press the  Button (73) on the Remote Controller.
(73) (70) (71)
To Stop Dubbing Press the [;] Button (70) or the  Button (71).
Importing still pictures onto a PC (NV-GS15 only)
Using the supplied USB Connection Kit, you can import still pictures onto your personal computer. Do not connect the USB Cable until the USB driver is installed. 1 Install the supplied USB driver. 2 Set the Mode Dial (39) to PC Mode.
When using with DV STUDIO: Set [CAMERA] or [PLAYBACK] >> [USB FUNCTION] >> [DV STUDIO].
It enters WEB CAMERA Mode or DV STUDIO Mode. 4 Connect the supplied USB Cable to [ Socket (28).
3 Connect the supplied USB Cable to [
Socket (28). PC connection mode is activated.
5 Start the Windows Messenger or DV
STUDIO. DV STUDIO MODE can be used with Windows98 Second Edition/Me/XP. WEB CAMERA Mode can be used with Windows XP. When using as a web camera, it is not possible to record on a tape or a card or display a title. For more details on the operating environment, installation, connections, and procedures, please refer to USB Connection Kits operating instructions.
Use 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 operating Mode Dial. For more details on the operating environment, installation, connections, and procedures, please refer to USB Connection Kits operating instructions. To disconnect the USB Cable safely, double-click the [ ] Icon in the task tray and follow the instructions on the screen.
Notes and Hints
Concerning the Power Supply
When the Movie Camera is used for a long time, the Camera body becomes warm, but this is not a malfunction. If the [CHARGE] Lamp does not light up although the Battery is attached to the AC Adaptor, detach the Battery and reattach it.
Inserting/Removing the Cassette
In the case of using a previously recorded Cassette, you can use the Blank Search Function to find the position where you want to continue recording. If a new Cassette is inserted, rewind to the beginning of the tape before starting recording. When inserting the cassette, make sure it faces in the right direction and then push it in until it stops. When the Cassette Holder is in action, do not touch anything except the [PUSH] mark. When closing the Cassette Compartment Cover, do not get anything caught in the cover, such as a cable of an optional stereo microphone.
When [BEEP SOUND] on the [INITIAL] Sub-Menu on the [TAPE RECORDING MENU] is set to [ON], confirmation/alarm beeps are issued as follows. 1 Beep When you start recording When you switch the [OFF/ON] Switch from [OFF] to [ON] 2 Beeps When you pause recording 2 Beeps 4 times If you perform a wrong operation before or during recording
For Recording Check, the recording speed mode (SP/LP) must be the same as the mode used for the recording. If different, playback images will be distorted.
The LED Video Light enables to lighten simply the images taken in a dimly-lit place. However we recommend using it in a bright place in order to obtain the high quality images.
Recording on a Card (NV-GS15 only)
Even if the [SHTR EFFECT] is set to [ON], the Shutter Effect cannot be recorded on the picture. Pictures with wide-screen format signals cannot be copied. When the colour of the screen changes or blurs, adjust the shutter speed manually to 1/50 or 1/100. Photoshot The sound cannot be recorded. The file format supported by this Movie Camera is JPEG. (Not all the JPEG formatted files will be played back.) If [NORMAL] or [ECONOMY] is selected for recording, mosaic-pattern noise may appear on a playback image depending on the image content. Continuous Photoshot One more still picture may be recorded after you release the [PHOTO SHOT] Button. The Continuous Photoshot and Title Function cannot be used simultaneously. When the [SELF TIMER] is set to [ON], the Movie Camera records the maximum number of pictures recordable depending on the [BURST MODE] setting. When using the card formatted by other equipment, intervals of recording pictures may become large. If recording or erasing pictures is repeated many time, intervals of recording pictures may become large. In this case, back up your important data on PC, and format your card by this Movie Camera. Intervals of recording pictures may become large depending on the card. We recommend using Panasonic SD Memory Card.
Others Listening to Playback Sound through Headphones If you want to use the headphones to listen to the playback sound, set [AV JACK] to [OUT/PHONES] and connect the headphones to the [PHONES] Socket (-8-) on the Movie Camera. In this case, no sound (including warning and shutter sounds) will be reproduced through the built-in speaker of the Movie Camera. Choosing Sound during Playback You can select the sound by using the [AUDIO OUT] setting on the [PLAYBACK] Sub-Menu. STEREO: Stereo Sound (main sound and sub sound) L: Left channel sound (main sound) R: Right channel sound (sub sound) If you dub a tape recorded at the [12bit] selected as the [AUDIO REC] on the [RECORDING] Sub-Menu, playback sound becomes stereo sound regardless of the [AUDIO OUT] setting if [12bit AUDIO] is set to [MIX]. [UNPLAYABLE CARD] Indication may appear as warning. When playing back a picture recorded on other equipment, its size and that of this Movie Camera may appear differently. When playing back a picture recorded on other equipment, the picture may not be played back or the quality of pictures may be deteriorated. When playing back a nonstandardized file, the Folder File Number may not be displayed. In the following cases, black bars may appear, depending on the playback device. When playing back a mega-pixel still-picture with this Movie Camera and recording it onto a tape Changing the picture size to 640k480 pixels with DV STUDIO
Slide Show (NV-GS15 only)
It may take playback time longer than usual time depending on the picture.
Creating a Title (NV-GS15 only)
Even if the contrast of the Title is adjusted, the portions where there is little difference between light and dark and where the boundary between light and dark is unclear may not appear. The Title may not appear well if something small is used for it. If titles are created, the number of images that can be recorded on a Card decreases. If the number of images that can be recorded on a Card is small, you may not be able to create a title.
Index Search Functions
Index Search may not be possible at the beginning of the tape. Scene Index Search may not function properly if the interval between 2 scene index signals is less than 1 minute.
Playback Zoom Function
If the dirty heads cannot be cleaned with the Head Cleaner, the Movie Camera needs to be cleaned at a service centre. Please consult a dealer. Video Head Cleaners can be purchased from service centres. Head cleaning due to dirty heads is not considered a malfunction of the product. It is not covered by the warranty. Periodical Check-up To maintain the highest image quality, we recommend replacement of worn parts, such as heads, etc., after approximately 1,000 hours of use. (This, however, depends on operating conditions, such as temperature, humidity, dust, etc.)
Optimal Use of the Battery
Battery Characteristics This Battery is a rechargeable lithium ion battery. Its ability to generate power is based upon the chemical reaction that takes place inside it. This reaction is susceptible to the surrounding temperature and humidity, and, if the temperature is too high or too low, the operating time of the Battery becomes shorter. If the Battery is used in an extremely cold environment, the Battery may operate only for about 5 minutes. If the Battery becomes extremely hot, a protective function may operate, and the Battery may become unusable for a while. Be Sure to Detach the Battery after Use Be sure to detach the Battery from the Movie Camera. (If it is left attached to the Movie Camera, a minute amount of current is consumed even when the Movie Camera power is off.) If the Battery is left attached to the Movie Camera for a long time, over-discharge takes place. The Battery may become unusable after it is charged. Disposing of an Unusable Battery The Battery has a limited life. Do not throw the Battery into fire because it may cause an explosion.
Others Always Keep the Terminals of the Battery Clean Prevent the terminals from getting clogged with dirt, dust, or other substances. If you drop the Battery accidentally, check to see if the Battery body and terminals are deformed. Attaching a deformed Battery to the Movie Camera or AC Adaptor may damage the Movie Camera or AC Adaptor. Do not place a Cassette near highly magnetic substances or equipment. The surface of tape is covered with extremely minute magnetic particles, upon which signals are recorded. Magnetic necklaces, toys, etc., have magnetic force that is stronger than you may normally expect, and they may erase the contents of a recording or may cause noise in images and sounds. Card (NV-GS15 only) When the Card is being read, do not remove the Card, turn off the power, or subject it to vibration or impact. Do not leave the Card in places where there is high temperature or direct sunlight, or where electromagnetic waves or static electricity are easily generated. Do not bend or drop the Card. The Card or the recorded content may be damaged. After use, be sure to remove the Card from the Movie Camera. After usage, store the supplied SD Memory Card in the enclosed bag. Do not touch the terminals on the back of the Card with your fingers. Do not allow dirt, dust or water to enter it.
Cautions for Storage
Before storing the Movie Camera, take the Cassette out and detach the Battery. Store all the components in a dry place with a relatively stable temperature. (Recommended Temperature: 15 to 25oC, Recommended Humidity: 40 to 60%) Movie Camera Wrap it with a soft cloth to prevent dust from getting into the Camera. Do not leave the Movie Camera in places that expose it to high temperature. Battery Extremely high temperatures or low temperatures will shorten the life of the Battery. If the Battery is kept in smoky or dusty places, the terminals may rust and cause malfunctions. Do not allow the Battery terminals to come in contact with metal objects (such as necklaces, hairpins, etc.). This can result in a short circuit or heat generation and, if you touch the Battery in this condition, you may be badly burned. Store the Battery in a completely discharged state. To store the Battery for a long period of time, we recommend you charge it once every year and store it again after you completely use up the charged capacity. Cassette Before storing it, rewind the tape to the beginning. If the Cassette is left for more than 6 months with the tape stopped midway, the tape sags (although it depends on the storage condition). Be sure to rewind to the beginning. Store the Cassette in its case. Dust, direct sunlight (ultraviolet rays), or humidity may damage the tape. Dust contains hard mineral particles, and dusty Cassettes damage the heads of the Movie Camera and other components. Develop a habit of returning the Cassette back to its case. Once every half year, wind the tape to the end and then rewind it to the beginning. If the Cassette is left for 1 year or longer without winding or rewinding, temperature and humidity changes may cause the Cassette to deform due to swelling, shrinking, and so forth. The wound tape may stick to itself.
LCD Monitor/Viewfinder/Lens Hood
LCD Monitor In a place with drastic temperature changes, condensation may form on the LCD Monitor. Wipe it with a 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 105,000 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.
Others When the Movie Camera is used with a large capacity Battery (CGR-D16S, CGP-D28S; optional) attached to it, it is not practical to look in the Viewfinder from behind the Battery. Extremely high precision technology is employed to produce the Viewfinder screen featuring a total of approximately 67,000 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. Lens Hood Do not attach other conversion lenses in front of the Lens Hood; there is no mount to be used for the attachment. When you wish to attach the Tele Conversion Lens (VW-LT2714N2E; optional), Wide Conversion Lens (VW-LW2707N2E; optional), MC Protector (VW-LMC27E; optional), or ND Filter (VW-LND27E; optional), first of all, turn the Lens Hood counterclockwise. If the MC Protector or ND Filter is used, the Lens Hood can be mounted on the filter. If you push the [W/T] Lever toward [W] during recording with the filter and conversion lens attached together to the Movie Camera, 4 corners of the image may become dark (vignetting). For details, please refer to the operating instructions of your accessories. Be sure to keep the Lens Hood attached to the Movie Camera so as to shut out unnecessary light. 3: The Movie Camera power does not stay on long enough. Is the Battery low? Charge the Battery or attach a fully charged Battery. (-11-) Has condensation occurred? Wait until the Condensation Indication disappears. (-54-) Battery 1: Battery runs down quickly. Is the Battery fully charged? Charge it with the AC Adaptor. (-11-) Are you using the Battery in an extremely cold place? In cold places, the operating time of the Battery becomes shorter. (-55-) 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. 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. Is the accidental erasure prevention slider on the Cassette open? If it is open (set to [SAVE]), recording cannot be performed. (-13-) Is the tape wound to the end? Insert a new Cassette. (-13-) Is the Movie Camera power turned on? (-20-) Has condensation occurred? Wait until the Condensation Indication disappears. (-54-) Other Recording 1: Auto Focus Function does not work. Is Manual Focus Mode selected? If Auto Focus Mode is selected, focus is automatically adjusted. (-29-) 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. (-59-) Editing 1: Audio dubbing cannot be performed. Is the accidental erasure prevention slider on the Cassette open? If it is open (set to [SAVE]), recording cannot be performed. (-13-) Are you attempting to edit a tape portion that was recorded in LP Mode? LP Mode does not allow audio dubbing to operate. (-19-) Indications 1: The Time Code becomes inaccurate. 0 The Time Code Indication counter may not be constant in the reverse direction in Slow Motion Playback Mode, but this is not a malfunction.
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