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Digital Video Camera
Before use, please read these instructions completely.
Dear Customer, We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for purchasing this Panasonic Movie Camera. Please read these Operating Instructions carefully and keep them handy for future reference. Please note that the actual controls and components, menu items, etc. of your Movie Camera may look somewhat different from those shown in the illustrations in these Operating Instructions.
Information for Your Safety
As this equipment gets hot during use, operate it in well ventilated place; do not install this equipment in a confined space such as a bookcase or similar unit. To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock or product damage, do not expose this equipment to rain, moisture, dripping or splashing and ensure that no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the equipment. AC Adaptor The rating plate is on the underside of the AC Adaptor. Caution for AC mains lead For your safety, please read the following text carefully. This appliance is supplied with a moulded threepin mains plug for your safety and convenience. A 5-ampere fuse is fitted in this plug. Should the fuse need to be replaced, please ensure that the replacement fuse has a rating of 5-amperes and it is approved by ASTA or BSI to BS1362. Check for the ASTA mark or the BSI mark on the body of the fuse. If the plug contains a removable fuse cover you must ensure that it is refitted when the fuse is replaced. If you lose the fuse cover, the plug must not be used until a replacement cover is obtained. A replacement fuse cover can be purchased from your local Panasonic Dealer. IF THE FITTED MOULDED PLUG IS UNSUITABLE FOR THE SOCKET OUTLET IN YOUR HOME THEN THE FUSE SHOULD BE REMOVED AND THE PLUG CUT OFF AND DISPOSED OF SAFELY. THERE IS A DANGER OF SEVERE ELECTRICAL SHOCK IF THE CUT OFF PLUG IS INSERTED INTO ANY 13-AMPERE SOCKET. If a new plug is to be fitted, please observe the wiring code as shown below. If in any doubt, please consult a qualified electrician.
The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code: Blue: Neutral Brown: Live As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this appliance may not correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows: The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked with the letter N or coloured BLACK. The wire which is coloured BROWN must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked with the letter L or coloured RED. Under no circumstances should either of these wires be connected to the earth terminal of the three-pin plug, marked with the letter E or the Earth Symbol.
Remove the Connector Cover.
How to replace the Fuse
The location of the fuse differ according to the type of AC mains plug (figures A and B). Confirm the AC mains plug fitted and follow the instructions below. Illustrations may differ from actual AC mains plug. 1) Open the fuse cover with a screwdriver.
2) Replace the fuse and close or attach the fuse cover.
Fuse (5 ampere)
Recording from a tape onto a card. 36 Copying onto a DVD recorder or a VCR (Dubbing).. 36 Using the DV Cable for Recording (Digital Dubbing)... 37 Audio dubbing.. 37 Printing pictures by directly connecting to the printer (PictBridge). 38
Check before recording.. 19 Recording on a tape.. 20 Recording still pictures on a card while recording image onto a tape.. 20 Check the recording.. 21 Blank search function... 21 Recording still pictures onto a card (Photoshot).. 21 Zoom in/out function.. 22 Recording yourself.. 23 Quick start... 23 Backlight compensation function.. 24 Night view functions.. 24 Soft skin mode... 24 Tele-macro function.. 25 Fade in/fade out function.. 25 Wind noise reduction function.. 25 Self-timer recording.. 26 Recording images for wide-screen TVs. 26 Image stabilizer function. 26 Continuous Photoshot.. 27 Recording in various situations (Scene mode).. 27 Recording in natural colours (White balance).. 28 Manual focus adjustment.. 29 Manual shutter speed/aperture adjustment. 29
Menu list... 40 Menus related to taking pictures. 42 Menus related to playback.. 42 Other menus.. 43
Indications... 44 Warning/alarm indications.. 45 Functions cannot be used simultaneously. 46 Before requesting repair (Problems and solutions).. 47 Cautions for Use.. 50 Explanation of terms.. 54
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Remote control, button-type battery -16Free style remote control -17Lens cap -7AV cable -36Shoulder strap -7USB cable and CD-ROM -38-
1) AC adaptor (VW-AD11EB) 2) Battery pack (lithium/CGR-DU06/640mAh) 3) Battery pack (lithium/CGA-DU07/680mAh) 4) Battery pack (lithium/CGA-DU12/1150mAh) 5) Battery pack (lithium/CGA-DU14/1360mAh) 6) Battery pack (lithium/CGA-DU21/2040mAh) 7) Wide conversion lens (VW-LW3707M3E) 8) Tele conversion lens (VW-LT3714M2E) 9) Filter kit (VW-LF37WE) 10) Video DC light (VW-LDC10E) 11) Light bulb for video DC light (VZ-LL10E) 12) Stereo microphone (VW-VMS2E) 13) Tripod (VW-CT45E) 14) DV cable (VW-CD1E) 15) Jacket pouch (VW-SJ05E) Some optional accessories may not be available in some countries.
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The one-touch free-style grip belt
To use as a hand strap If you use the grip belt as a hand strap, then you can carry or handle this camera more easily. 1 Open the lock cover 1 by pinching the projections 2 on both sides. Press the lock button 3 to remove the grip belt.
To use as a grip belt Adjust the belt length so it fits your hand. 1 Adjust the belt length and the pad position.
1 Flip the belt. 2 Adjust the length. 3 Fix the belt.
When removing the grip belt, tightly hold the camera with both hands. After removing the grip belt, restore the lock cover to the original position. 2 Adjust the belt length. 1
Using the LCD monitor
You can record the image while viewing it on the LCD monitor opened. 1 Put a finger on the LCD monitor open part and pull the LCD monitor out in the direction of the arrow.
1 Flip the belt. 2 Slide 1 in the direction indicated by the arrow. 3 Fix the belt. 3 Put your hand through the strap.
The viewfinder will go off. It can open up to 90o. 2 Adjust the angle of the LCD monitor as you prefer.
Use the free style remote control for more convenience. Hold the movie camera not to cover the microphones or the sensors with your hands. To restore the strap to the grip belt When returning the grip belt to the grip belt attachment part, press the lock cover 1 and check if the grip belt is securely locked.
It can rotate up to 180o 1 towards the lens or 90o 2 towards the viewfinder. The brightness and colour level of the LCD monitor can be adjusted from the menu. If it is forcibly opened or rotated, the camera may be damaged or fail. Check that the card slot cover is closed. When the LCD monitor is rotated by 180o towards the lens (when recording yourself), the LCD monitor and the viewfinder will be simultaneously activated.
Using the viewfinder
Extending the viewfinder 1 Pull out the viewfinder and extend it by pinching the extension knob.
Charging lamp Lights up: Charging Goes off: Charging completed Flashing: The battery is over discharged (discharged excessively). In a while, the lamp will light up and normal charging will start. When the battery temperature is excessively high or low, the [CHARGE] lamp flashes and the charging time will be longer than normal. Connecting to the AC outlet
Adjusting the field of view 1 Adjust the focus by sliding the eyepiece corrector knob.
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1 Connect the AC mains lead to the AC
adaptor and the AC mains socket.
You can adjust the brightness of the viewfinder from the menu.
2 Connect the DC input lead to the AC
Charging the battery When this product is purchased, the battery is not charged. Charge the battery before using this product. Battery charging time (-10-) We recommend using Panasonic batteries. If you use other batteries, we cannot guarantee the quality of this product. If the DC input lead is connected to the AC adaptor, then the battery will not get charged. Remove the DC input lead from the AC adaptor. 1 Connect the AC mains lead to the AC adaptor and the AC mains socket. 2 Put the battery on the battery mount by aligning the mark, and then securely plug it in.
photoshot images 1 Set [BASIC] >> [PICT. QUALITY] >> select
the desired picture quality. [ ]: High picture quality [ ]: Normal picture quality You can also change the picture quality on [ADVANCE] >> [PICT. QUALITY] in the tape recording mode. Recording with a shutter operation
You can add a shutter operation simulating sound. 1 Set [ADVANCE] >> [SHTR EFFECT] >> [ON].
[OFF]: Optical zoom only (Up to 10k) [20k]: Up to 20k [500k]: Up to 500k The larger the digital zoom magnification, the more the image quality is degraded. When the Card Recording mode is used, the digital zoom function cannot be used.
Record mode To use the zoom microphone function Interlocked with the zooming operation, the microphone will collect sounds clearly far away with the tele-shot or those in the vicinity with the wide-angle shot. Set to Tape Recording Mode. 1 Set [ADVANCE] >> [ZOOM MIC] >> [ON].
This camera will be put into standby in approx. 1.7 seconds after the power is turned on. This is only activated in the following cases. A tape or a card is inserted, while the Tape Recording Mode is set. A card is inserted, while the Card Recording Mode is set. 1 Press the [QUICK START] button.
About the variable speed zoom
When pushing the [W/T] lever as far as it will go, you can zoom from 1k to 10k in 2.1 second at the maximum. The zoom speed varies according to the amount of movement of the [W/T] lever. The variable speed zoom function cannot be used with the remote control. The quick start recording lamp lights up. (Press the button again to cancel it.) 2 Set the [OFF/ON] switch to [OFF].
You can record yourself while viewing the LCD monitor. You can record persons in front of the camera while presenting them the image. The image is horizontally flipped as if you see a mirror image. (The image to be recorded is the same as that recording.) 1 Rotate the LCD monitor towards the lens side.
The quick start is now ready.
3 Set the [OFF/ON] switch to [ON].
This camera will be put into a recording pause in approx. 1.7 seconds after it is turned on. To cancel the quick start when the
power is [OFF]
Press and hold the [QUICK START] button for approx. 2 seconds. The lamp will go off and the camera will be completely turned off. If the standby continues for approx. 30 minutes, then the lamp will go off and the camera will be completely turned off. When you rotate the mode dial or remove the battery, the quick start recording lamp is turned off and the quick start mode is cancelled. If the movie camera is turned on and the Tape/Card Recording Mode is set though, the lamp turns on and the quick start mode is restored. When the camera is quick-started with the white balance on automatic, it may take some time until the white balance is adjusted if the scene being recorded has a light source different from the scene last recorded. (When the colour night view function is used, however, the white balance of the scene last recorded is retained.) The zoom magnification may differ from when it is in the quick start standby mode and when the recording starts. Since about half the power of normal recording is used in quick start standby, using quick start reduces the recordable time.
Recording in natural colours (White balance)
The automatic white balance function may not reproduce natural colours depending on the scenes or lighting conditions. If so, you can adjust the white balance manually. Set to Tape/Card Recording Mode. 1 Set the [AUTO/MANUAL/FOCUS] switch to [MANUAL].
2 Move the joystick down until the white
balance indication appears. ([ AWB ] etc.)
3 Move the joystick left or right in order to
select the white balance mode.
1) Auto white balance adjustment [ AWB ]
1 Black balance adjustment (Flashes.) 2 White balance adjustment (Flashes.) 3 Adjustment completed (Lights up.)
Manual focus adjustment
If auto focusing is difficult due to the conditions, then manual focusing is available. Set to Tape/Card Recording Mode. 1 Set the [AUTO/MANUAL/FOCUS] switch to [MANUAL].
Manual shutter speed/aperture adjustment
Shutter Speed Adjust it when recording fast-moving subjects. Aperture Adjust it when the screen is too bright or too dark. Set to Tape/Card Recording Mode. 1 Set the [AUTO/MANUAL/FOCUS] switch to [MANUAL].
2 Set the [AUTO/MANUAL/FOCUS] switch to
2 Move the joystick down until the shutter
speed indication or aperture value indication appears.
1/50 OPEN OdB
The MNL and the manual focus indication [MF] will be displayed. 3 Move the joystick left or right in order to adjust the focus.
1/50 F2.0 0dB
1) Shutter speed 2) (Aperture) Iris/gain value 3 Move the joystick left or right in order to adjust the shutter speed or aperture. To restore to automatic adjustment Set the [AUTO/MANUAL/FOCUS] switch to [AUTO]. Manual shutter speed adjustment Avoid recording under fluorescent light, mercury light or sodium light because the colour and brightness of the playback image may change. If you increase the shutter speed manually, the sensitivity lowers and accordingly the gain value increases automatically, which may increase the noises on the screen. You may see vertical lines of light in the playback image of a brightly shining subject or highly reflective subject, but this is not a malfunction. During normal playback, image movement may not look smooth. When recording in the extremely bright place, the colour of the screen may change or flickers. If so adjust the shutter speed manually to 1/50 or 1/100.
When focused with a wide angle, the subject may not be in focus when zoomed in. First, zoom in on the subject, and then focus on it. To restore to the automatic
Set the [AUTO/MANUAL/FOCUS] switch to [AUTO] or [FOCUS].
Record mode Manual iris/gain adjustment If the value does not become OPEN, you cannot adjust the gain value. If the gain value is increased, the noise on the screen increases. Depending on the zoom magnification, there are iris values that are not displayed. Shutter speed range 1/501/8000 seconds: Tape Recording Mode 1/251/500 seconds: Card Recording Mode The shutter speed closer to 1/8000 is faster. Iris/gain value range CLOSE (Closed), F16,., F2.0, OPEN (Opened) 0dB,., 18dB Value closer to [CLOSE] darken the image. Value closer to [18dB] brighten the image. Values with dB are gain values.
Playing back tape
Set to Tape Playback Mode.
Repeat playback When the tape end is reached, the tape will be rewound and played back again. 1 Set [ADVANCE] >> [REPEAT PLAY] >> [ON]. The [ ] indication appears. (In order to cancel the repeat playback mode, set [REPEAT PLAY] >> [OFF] or set [OFF/ON] switch to [OFF].) When you set [USB FUNCTION] >> [WEBCAM] and then connect the USB connection cable, the repeat playback mode is canceled. Settings on the audio If you cannot listen to the desired audio when playing back a tape, check the settings in [SETUP] >> [12bit AUDIO]. When you record or dub the audio in [12bit] and set [SETUP] >> [12bit AUDIO] >> [MIX], the audio will be played back in stereo sound regardless of the settings in [AUDIO OUT].
1 Operate with joystick.
1/;: Playback/Pause 6: Rewind/Review playback (Reverts to playback with the 1/; icon.) 5: Fast forward/Cue playback (Reverts to playback with the 1/; icon.) : Stop During cue/review playback, fast-moving images may show noise as a mosaic. Before and after cue/review playback, the screen may become blue for a moment or images may be disturbed. To adjust volume Adjust the speaker or headphone volume for playback. 1 Move the [s /VOLr] lever to adjust the volume.
Slow-motion playback/ frame-by-frame playback
Set to Tape Playback Mode. (Slow-motion playback can only be performed by using the remote control.) Slow-motion playback If the image is recorded in the SP mode, then it will be played back at a speed approx.1/5 the normal speed. If the image is recorded in the LP mode, then it will be played back at a speed approx.1/3 the normal speed. 1 Press the [E] button or the [D] button on the remote control.
Towards [r]: increases the volume Towards [`]: decreases the volume (Nearer the bar to [r], larger the volume.) On the remote control, press the [T] button to increase the volume or the [W] button to decrease it. When the adjustment is completed, the volume indication will disappear. If you do not hear the sound, check the settings of [SETUP] >> [12bit AUDIO].
3 Move the joystick left and right to select a
desired picture, and then press it.
4 Select the desired number of prints.
You can set up to 9 prints.
5 Select the setting for date printing.
If the printer is not capable of date printing, this setting is unavailable. 6 Select the paper size. [STANDARD]: Size specific to the printer [4a5 INCH] [5a7 INCH] [4a6 INCH] [A4] You cannot set paper sizes not supported on the printer. 7 Set [PRINT] >> [YES] to start printing. When you stop printing halfway Move the joystick down. Avoid the following operations during printing. These operations disable proper printing. Disconnecting the USB cable Removing the card Switching the mode dial Turning off the power Check the settings for the paper size, quality of print, etc. on the printer. You cannot print pictures that cannot be played on the movie camera. When the movie camera and the printer are connected in the Tape Recording/Playback Mode, the [ WEB] or the [ WEB] Indication may appear on the LCD monitor. However, pictures cannot be printed.
Menu figures and illustrations are provided for easy-to-understand explanations, and so they are different from the actual menu indications.
[TAPE PLAYBACK MENU]
[TAPE RECORDING MENU]
1) [BASIC] [DATE/TIME] -42[AV JACK] -42[USB FUNCTION] (Refer to the operating instructions for PC connection.)
1) [BASIC] [SCENE MODE] -27[REC SPEED] -19[BLANK SEARCH] -21[WIND CUT] -25[CLOCK SET] -152) [ADVANCE] [PICT. QUALITY] -22[SIS] -26[CINEMA] -26[USB FUNCTION] (Refer to the operating instructions for PC connection.) [D.ZOOM] -22[ZOOM MIC] -23[DATE/TIME] -42[INITIAL SET] -433) [SETUP] [FADE COLOUR] -25[AUDIO REC] -42[REC LAMP] -42[DISPLAY] -42[REMOTE] -17[BEEP SOUND] -42[LCD SET] -15[EVF SET] -15[DEMO MODE] -43[AV JACK] -42[POWER SAVE] -424) [LANGUAGE] -14-
2) [ADVANCE] [REC DATA] -42[PICT. QUALITY] -22[REPEAT PLAY] -313) [SETUP] [12bit AUDIO] -38[AUDIO OUT] -42[DISPLAY] -42[REMOTE] -17[LCD SET] -15[EVF SET] -15[POWER SAVE] -424) [LANGUAGE] -14-
[CARD RECORDING MENU]
[PICTURE PLAYBACK MENU]
1) [BASIC] [SCENE MODE] -27[PICT. QUALITY] -22[PICTURE SIZE] -22[SELF TIMER] -26[CLOCK SET] -152) [ADVANCE] [BURST MODE] -27[SHTR EFFECT] -22[DATE/TIME] -42[INITIAL SET] -433) [SETUP] [REC LAMP] -42[DISPLAY] -42[REMOTE] -17[BEEP SOUND] -42[LCD SET] -15[EVF SET] -15[POWER SAVE] -424) [LANGUAGE] -14-
1) [BASIC] [DATE/TIME] -42[PROTECT] -342) [ADVANCE] [DPOF SET] -35[CARD FORMAT] -343) [SETUP] [DISPLAY] -42[REMOTE] -17[LCD SET] -15[EVF SET] -15[POWER SAVE] -424) [LANGUAGE] -14-
Menus related to taking pictures
[DATE/TIME] This switches between date and time indications. The movie camera automatically records the date and time of picture taking on the tape. You can also show or change the date/time indication by repeatedly pressing the [DATE/ TIME] button on the remote control. [AUDIO REC] Switches the audio (PCM audio) recording systems. [12bit]: Records audio in 12 bit 32 kHz 4 tracks. (The original audio signals can be kept after the other audio signals are dubbed.) [16bit]: Records audio in 16 bit 48 kHz 2 tracks. Audio can be recorded in higher quality. (If audio signals are dubbed, then the original audio signals will be erased.) [REC LAMP] Set to [ON] and this turns the recording lamp on during recording, which indicates that recording is underway. Set to [OFF] and this does not turn on the lamp even when recording is underway. [DISPLAY] Set to [ON] and the display mode can be switched to all functions. Set to [OFF] and it can be switched to minimum display. [BEEP SOUND] Set to [ON] and confirmation/alarm beeps are issued as follows. 1 Beep When you start recording When you turn on the power 2 Beeps When you pause recording 2 Beeps for 4 times When a cassette with its erasure prevention tab set to [SAVE] is inserted, condensation occurs, and at other times. Check the sentence displayed on the screen. [POWER SAVE] [OFF]: When about 5 minutes passed without any operation, the standby mode automatically will be set. In the standby mode, [;] blinks and it takes time more than usual to start recording after you press the recording start/stop button. [5 MINUTES]:When about 5 minutes passed without any operation, the movie camera automatically turns off to protect the tape or to prevent the battery from running down. When
: : : :
Indoor mode (recording under incandescent lamp) -28Outdoor mode -28White balance adjustment mode
WEB CAMERA mode (recording)
Playback indications : Recording underway 1: Playback -31;: Pause -315: Fast-forward/Cue playback -316: Rewind/Review playback -31D/E: Slow motion playback -31;1/2;: Frame-by-frame playback -312k5: Variable-speed search -33: Repeat playback -31: WEB CAMERA mode (playback)
A.DUB : A.DUB ;: : 12bit, 16bit: : Card : : :
Audio dubbing -37Audio dubbing pause -37Blank search -21Audio recording mode -42Volume adjustment -31Progressive photoshot mode -22Continuous photoshot recording
: [: 1/500: F2.4: 6dB: : : : : :
: 5: : : : :
Back light mode -24Image stabilizer -26Shutter speed -29F number -29Gain value -29Soft skin mode -24Tele macro -25Fade (White) -25Fade (Black) -25Colour night view function -240 Lux night view function -24Zoom microphone -23Wind noise reduction -25Sports mode (Scene mode) -27Portrait mode (Scene mode) -27Low light mode (Scene mode)
Spotlight mode (Scene mode)
Surf & snow mode (Scene mode)
Auto white balance -28-
Self-Timer recording -26(White): Photoshot mode (Green): While the card is being read : While photoshot recording is activated (Red): Using the card that cannot be recognized ( ): Photoshot picture quality -220: Remaining number of photoshot pictures (When the remaining number of photoshot pictures reaches 0, the red indication flashes.) : Slide show playback -33PictBridge: PictBridge mode -38100-0001: Folder/File display No.00: File number 1: Number of DPOF Setting -35: Lock setting -34[640k480] Image size 640 : [1520k1152] Image size 1520 : For images not recorded with this movie camera, the size display is determined as follows according to the number of horizontal pixels. 2048 or more QXGA : 1600 or more, less than 2048 UXGA : 1280 or more, less than 1600 SXGA :
XGA 640 :
1024 or more, less than or more, less than or more, less than 800 (The size is not displayed at under 640 pixels.)
Others access lamp is on may destroy the data on the card.) 6: The cassette cannot be removed. Does the power lamp comes on when opening the cassette cover? (-12-) Make sure that the battery and the AC adaptor are properly connected. (-9-) Is the battery in use discharged? Charge the battery and remove the cassette. Close the cassette cover completely, and fully open it again. (-10-) 7: No operation other than cassette removal can be performed. Has condensation occurred? Wait until the condensation indication disappears. (-50-) 8: The remote control does not function. Has the button-type battery of the remote control run out? Replace it with a new buttontype battery. (-16-) Is the setting on the remote control correct? If the setting on the remote control is not in agreement with the [REMOTE] setting on the movie camera, the remote control does not operate. (-17-) 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. (-11-) Is the tape wound to the end? Insert a new cassette. Is the recording mode set? When in the playback mode, recording cannot be performed. (-19-) Has condensation occurred? No operation other than cassette removal can be performed when condensation occurs. Wait until the condensation indication disappears. (-50-) Is the cassette cover open? If the cover is open, the movie camera may not operate normally. Close the cassette cover. (-10-) 2: The screen has changed suddenly. Has the demonstration started? In the Tape Recording mode, if you set [DEMO MODE] >> [ON] without inserting a cassette and a card, the demonstration starts. For normal use, set this function to [OFF]. (-43-) 3: A cassette cannot be inserted. Has condensation occurred? Wait until the condensation indication disappears. 4: Auto focus function does not work. Is manual focus mode selected? If auto focus mode is selected, focus is automatically adjusted. There are some recording subjects and surroundings for which the auto focus does not operate correctly. (-54-) If so, use the manual focus mode to adjust the focus. (-29-) Is the colour night view function set? When the colour night view function is working, focusing shifts into the manual mode. Indications 1: A sentence is displayed in red or yellow in the screen centre. Read the contents and respond to them. (-45-) 2: The time code becomes inaccurate. 0 The time code indication counter may not be constant in the reversed slow-motion playback, but this is not a malfunction. 3: The remaining tape time indication disappears. The remaining tape time indication may disappear temporarily during frame-by-frame playback or other operation. If you continue ordinary recording or playback, the indication is restored. 4: The remaining tape time Indication does not match the actual remaining tape time. If scenes of less than 15 seconds are continuously recorded, the remaining tape time cannot be correctly displayed. 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. 5: A function indication such as mode indication, remaining tape time indication, or time code indication is not shown. If you set [SETUP] >> [DISPLAY] >> [OFF], indications other than the tape running condition, warning, and date indications disappear. Playback (Sound) 1: Sound is not played back from the built-in speaker of the movie camera or the headphones. 0 Is the volume too low? During playback, push the [s /VOLr] lever to display the volume indication and adjust it. (-31-) 2: Different sounds are reproduced at the same time. Have you set [SETUP] >> [12bit AUDIO] >> [MIX]? If you set [AUDIO REC] >> [12bit] and dub audio to a recorded tape, you can hear the sound on recording and the sound dubbed at a
Others the [RESET] button with the boss A. The movie camera will be activated.
Cautions for Use
About condensation If you turn the movie camera on when condensation occurs on the head or the tape, condensation Indication  (yellow or red) is displayed on the viewfinder or the LCD monitor and the messages [3DEW DETECT] or [3EJECT TAPE] (only when the tape is inserted) appear. If so, follow the procedure below. 3 in yellow: Dews are slightly adhering on the head or the tape. 3 in red: Dews are adhering on the head or the tape. 1 Remove the tape if it is inserted. It takes about 20 seconds to open the cassette holder. This is not a malfunction. 2 Leave the movie camera with the cassette cover closed to cool or warm it to the ambient temperature. When  in yellow You cannot use the Tape Recording/ Playback Mode. Leave the movie camera for about 30 minutes. However, you can use the Card Recording Mode or Picture Playback Mode when a cassette is not inserted. When  in red The power Lamp blinks for about 1 minute and then the movie camera automatically turns off. Leave it for about 2 to 3 hours. 3 Turn the movie camera on again, set it to the Tape Recording/Playback Mode and then check if the condensation indication disappears. Especially in cold areas, moisture may be frozen. If so, it may take more time before the condensation indication disappears. Watch for condensation even before the condensation Indication is displayed. The condensation indication may not appear depending on circumstances. When condensation occurs on the lens or the movie camera, it may also occur on the head and the tape. Do not open the cassette cover. When the lens is fogged: Set the [OFF/ON] switch to [OFF] and leave the movie camera in this condition for about 1 hour. When the lens temperature becomes close to the ambient temperature, the fogging disappears naturally.
If you do not press the [RESET] button, the power to the movie camera is turned off automatically about 1 minute later. Even after you press the [RESET] button, the indication may still appear repeatedly. If so, the movie camera needs repair. Detach the power connected, and consult the dealer who you purchased the movie camera from. Do not attempt to repair the appliance by yourself. 3: Even if connected by the USB cable, the movie camera is not recognized by the PC. Is the USB driver installed? For information, refer to the operating instructions for PC connection (separate volume). 4: When the USB cable is disconnected, an error message will appear on PC. To disconnect the USB cable safely, doubleclick the [ ] icon in the task tray and follow the instructions on the screen. 5: The movie camera malfunctions on editing, dubbing from digital video equipment, or using MotionDV STUDIO 5.3E LE for DV. If a tape is recorded in multiple modes such as SP and LP (recording mode), 12bit and 16bit (sound recording mode), normal and wide, recorded and unrecorded parts, the movie camera may malfunction at a point where the mode switches. When you edit, do not record in multiple modes. 6: The warning/alarm indication  appears when the camera is operated in the WEB camera mode. Did you press the menu button or the recording start/stop button? You cannot use the menu or record onto the tape/card in the WEB camera mode. Is the setting for the remote control correct? Did you attempt to play a tape without inserting it? Insert a tape. Did you attempt to play a tape with copyright protection (copy guard)? Pictures of the tape with copyright protection (copy guard) cannot be displayed on the PC. (The audio of the tape can be played.) Is the video stream driver installed? For details, refer to the operating instructions for PC connection.
Others About dirty heads If video heads (the parts that closely contact with the tape) become dirty, normal recording and playback are not properly performed. Clean the heads with the digital video head cleaner. Insert the head cleaner into the movie camera, set it to the Tape Playback Mode, and play it back for about 10 to 20 seconds. (If you do not stop the playback, it automatically stops about 30 seconds later.) We recommend cleaning the heads periodically. If the heads become dirty, NEED HEAD CLEANING appears during recording. During playback, moreover, the following symptoms appear. Mosaic-like noise appears partially or the sound is interrupted. Black or blue mosaic-like horizontal stripes appear. When normal playback cannot be performed even after the head cleaning One possible cause is that normal recording could not be performed because the heads were dirty at the time of recording. Clean the heads, and perform recording and playback again. If normal playback can be performed, the heads are clean. Before an important recording, be sure to conduct a test recording to make sure that normal recording can be performed. If the heads become dirty soon after cleaning, the problem may be attributable to the tape. If so, try another cassette. During playback, the picture or sound may be interrupted momentarily, but this is not a malfunction of the movie camera. (One possible cause is that the playback is interrupted by dirt or dust that momentarily adheres to the heads.) About the movie camera When the movie camera is used for a long time, the camera body becomes warm, but this is not a malfunction. Keep the movie camera away from magnetized equipment such as a cellular phones, microwave ovens, TVs, and video game equipment. If you use the movie camera on or near a TV, images or sounds may be disturbed due to electromagnetic wave radiation. Recordings on the tape may be damaged, or images may be distorted, by strong magnetic fields created by speakers or large motors. Electromagnetic wave radiation generated by digital circuits including microprocessor may adversely affect the movie camera, causing the disturbance of images and sounds. If the movie camera is affected by such equipment and does not function properly, turn off the movie camera power and detach the battery or AC adaptor. Then, connect the battery or AC adaptor again and turn on the movie camera power. Do not use your movie camera near radio transmitters or high-voltage cables. If you record pictures near radio transmitters or high-voltage cables, recorded images or sounds may be adversely affected. Do not spray insecticides or volatile chemicals onto the movie camera. If the movie camera is sprayed with such chemicals, the camera body may become deformed and the surface finish may peel off. Do not keep rubber or plastic products in contact with the movie camera for a long time. When you use your movie camera in a sandy or dusty place such as on a beach, do not let sand or fine dust get into the body and terminals of the movie camera. Also, protect the movie camera from getting wet. Sand or dust may damage the movie camera or cassette. (Care should be taken when inserting and removing a cassette.) If sea water splashes onto the movie camera, wet a soft cloth with tap water, wring it well, and use it to wipe the camera body carefully. Then, wipe it again thoroughly with a soft dry cloth. While carrying the movie camera, do not drop or bump it. A strong impact on the movie camera may break its housing, causing it to malfunction. Do not use benzine, paint thinner or alcohol for cleaning the movie camera. Before cleaning, detach the battery or pull out the AC mains lead from the AC mains socket. The camera body may be discoloured and the surface finish may peel off. Wipe the movie camera with a soft dry cloth to remove dust and fingerprints. To remove stubborn stains, wring well a cloth that is soaked in a neutral detergent diluted with water and wipe the movie camera with it. Afterwards, wipe it with a dry cloth. When you use a chemical dust cloth, follow the instructions. Do not use this movie camera for surveillance purposes or other business use. If you use the movie camera for a long time, the internal temperature increases and, consequently, this may cause malfunction.
Others Keep the cassette away from strong magnetism. Apparatuses using magnets such as magnetic necklaces and toys have magnetic force that is stronger than expected, and they may erase the contents of a recording or may increase noise. About the card When inserting or removing the card, always set the [OFF/ON] switch to [OFF]. When the access lamp is illuminated (During access to the card), do not open the card slot cover to pull out the card, turn off the power, or cause any vibrations or impacts. 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. Moreover, do not fold or drop the card, and do not strongly vibrate it. The card may break or the contents of the card may be destroyed or erased. After use, be sure to remove the card from the movie camera for storage. After use, or when storing or carrying the card, put it in the storage case. Do not allow dust, water, or foreign substances to adhere to the terminals on the back of the card. Moreover, do not touch the terminals with your hand. Folder structure of the card The folder structure of the card formatted by the movie camera will be displayed on the PC as the illustration below. LCD monitor/viewfinder LCD monitor When the LCD monitor gets dirty, wipe it with a dry soft cloth. 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, the LCD monitor is slightly darker than usual immediately after you turn the power on. However, as the internal temperature increases, it goes back to normal brightness. Extremely high precision technology is employed to produce the LCD monitor screen featuring a total of approximately 113,000 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 Extremely high precision technology is employed to produce the viewfinder screen featuring a total of approximately 113,000 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. Periodical check-ups To maintain the highest image quality, we recommend replacing worn parts such as heads after approx. 1000 hours of use. (This, however, depends on operating conditions including temperature, humidity and dust.)
Digital Video Camera Information for your safety Power source: DC 7.9/7.2 V Power consumption: Recording 3.1 W (When using viewfinder) 3.4 W (When using LCD monitor) Recording format: Mini DV (Consumer-use digital video SD format) Tape used: 6.35 mm digital video tape Recording/playback time: SP: 80 min; LP: 120 min (with DVM80) Video Recording system: Digital component Television system: CCIR: 625 lines, 50 fields PAL colour signal Audio Recording system: PCM digital recording 16 bit (48 kHz/2ch), 12 bit (32 kHz/4ch) Image sensor: 1/6-inch 3CCD image sensor (Effective pixels: moving picture/340 Kk3, still picture/340 Kk3, Total: 540 Kk3) Lens: Auto Iris, F1.8, Focal length; 2.4524.5 mm, Macro (Full range AF) Filter diameter: 37 mm Zoom: 10:1 Power zoom Monitor: 2.5-inch LCD Viewfinder: Colour electronic viewfinder Microphone: Stereo (with a zoom function) Speaker: 1 round speaker 20 mm Standard illumination: 1,400 lx Minimum required illumination: 1 lx (Colour Night View Mode) Video output level: 1.0 Vp-p, 75 ohm S-Video output level: Y Output: 1.0 Vp-p, 75 ohm C Output: 0.3 Vp-p, 75 ohm Audio output level (Line): 316 mV, 600 ohm Mic input: Mic sensitivity 50 dB (0 dB=1 V/Pa, 1 kHz) (Stereo mini jack)
USB: Card reader/writer function, USB 2.0 compliant (Hi-Speed) No copyright protection support PictBridge-compliant Digital interface: DV output terminal (IEEE1394, 4-pin) Dimensions: Approx. 76 mm (W) k77 mm (H) k120 mm (D) Weight: Approx. 420 g (without supplied battery, DV cassette and lens cap) Approx. 520 g (with supplied battery, DV cassette and lens cap) Operating temperature: 0oC40oC Operating humidity: 10%80% Card memory functions Recording media: SD Memory Card (32 MB/64 MB/128 MB/256 MB/ 512 MB/1 GB) Still picture recording file format: JPEG (Design rule for Camera File system, based on Exif 2.2 standard), DPOF corresponding Still picture size: Mega pixel recording: 1520k1152 VGA recording: 640k480 WEB camera Compression: Motion JPEG Image size: 320k240 pixels (QVGA) Frame rate: Approx. 6 fps
AC adaptor Information for your safety Power source: AC 110240 V, 50/60 Hz Power consumption: 19 W DC output: DC 7.9 V, 1.4 A (Movie camera operation) DC 8.4 V, 0.65 A (Battery charging) Dimensions: 61 mm (W) k32 mm (H) k91 mm (D) Weight: Approx. 110 g Weight and dimensions are approximate values. Specifications may change without prior notice.
Maximum number of still pictures recordable on an SD Memory Card (optional)
PICTURE SIZE PICT. QUALITY  
32 MB 64 MB 128 MB 256 MB 512 MB 1 GB
The numbers shown in the table are approximations. These figures vary depending on the subject being photographed.
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