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rostrow 6:13am on Saturday, October 23rd, 2010 
I have been researching AVCHD camcorders for almost a year. When HF-100 was announced in January, it seemed that the AVCHD had finally arrived. I was looking for the best HD camcorder and after a lot of research settled on this. I love its compactness. Its slightly bigger than your palm. Overall, this is a decent HD camcorder, just the price is still a little bit high in the market.
davepostbox 11:55pm on Tuesday, August 31st, 2010 
Wish it worked better in low light I love this camera for its portability and ease of use, but I just wish it had a better picture in low light. Beautiful This is a beautiful camera, great to use, smooth operation, great build quality, wonderful video and pictures... Just bought a used HF100 As my title says, I bought a used HF100 from a private seller.
mcpenner 5:13am on Sunday, May 2nd, 2010 
The Canon Vixia HF100 is my second attempt at replacing my old MiniDV tape-based Canon Optura 40. I have been waiting for about 2 years for this type of camcorder: one that records full hi-definition video onto solid-state memory. Great camera for portability and image quality.
alexosnasos 6:55am on Tuesday, March 30th, 2010 
This is great camcorder to buy for a consumer. It produces high quality video. Canon should have given at least 4 gb of SDHC card with the camera.

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INSTALLATION AND TUNING INSTRUCTIONS
INSTALLATION 1) Hole mount installation A) Hole Drilling: Chose the position on your vehicle (centre roof is recommended) and drill a hole according to the mount diameter. Please ensure a good electrical ground contact is made. B) Connections: Position the cable in your vehicle shortening its length according to your needs. Connect the PL259-male to the cable ready for the connection to the transceiver. C) Electrical Tests: Ensure there is no short circuit between the central pin and the nut of the connector. Ensure there is electrical continuity of the cable from the central pin (connector side) to the central contact (antenna side). Ensure there is electrical continuity of the cable from the nut (connector side) to the ground (antenna side) REMARKS: As some antennas are in short circuit and it would be impossible to do the test after the installation, we recommend you test the cable prior to connecting the antenna. D) Installation: Pay attention to securing all screws and nuts during the final installation. E) Suggestion: After the final installation and BEFORE connecting your transceiver, we recommend an electrical continuity check between the nut of the PL259 and the ground of your vehicle. 2) Special mounts installation: Follow the same instructions of Point 1. 3) Magnetic mount installation: Follow the instructions supplied with the magnetic mount. TUNING Most of the antennas are factory tuned and dont need any extra tuning, but in case of fine adjustments we recommend to follow the procedure below: A) To perform a correct test, move to an open space far from metal parts such as metal doors, buildings, towers, gates etc. at minimum 50 metres or more. B) Connect your SWR-meter between the antenna connector and your CB transceiver (follow the instructions of your SWR-meter for the correct use to your equipment). C) The following procedure is used for the tuning of the 40 channels CB-band Radio in the range of: CH-1 = 26.965 MHz to CH-40 = 27.405 MHz with CH-19 = 27.185 MHz as centre band for EU Frequencies. CH-1 = 27.601 MHz to CH-40 = 27.991 MHz with CH-19 = 27.781 MHz as centre band for UK Frequencies. Select CH-1 on your CB-transceiver and take an SWR measurement, writing down the results. Transmit only for a few seconds because in case the SWR is too high the transceiver could be damaged. D) Repeat the procedure for CH-19 and CH40 E) If all SWR results are very high (more than 3) probably theres a short circuit in the cable or your antenna is defective. To avoid damages to your CB transceiver DO NOT use it until the problem is rectified. F) If the SWR results are the same on CH-1 and CH-40 and the lower value is on CH-19, your antenna doesnt need any tuning. G) If the SWR result on CH-1 is lower than CH40 your antenna is electrically TOO LONG and you should slightly cut the radiator by 10mm at a time. Avoid cutting too much. As long as you get the same values on CH-1 as well as CH-40. H) If the SWR result on CH-40 is lower than CH-1 your antenna is electrically TOO SHORT and you need to pull out the radiator as long as you get the same values on CH-1 as well as CH-40. Some antennas can be tuned only by adjusting special rings, nuts or screws so you can follow the above procedure but you dont need to cut or extend the radiator.

Technical Data: Type : Base loaded Impedance : 50 Frequency Range : 27 - 28.5 MHz Polarization : Vertical SWR @ freq. res. : 1.2 Bandwidth @ SWR 2 : 2000 KHz Max. Power : 1500 Watts (CW) continuous : 5000 Watts (CW) short time Height (approx.) : 1965 mm Weight (approx.) : 650 gr hole 12.5 mm Mounting : TURBO / PERFORMER : TURBO PL / PERFORMER PL UHF-male (PL 259) Cable lenght / Type : Standard (up 600W max) 4 m / RG 58 C/U : Hi power (up 2000W max) 4 m / RG 303 teflon : PL version Not supplied
TURBO 5000: Hole installation PL installation

SPECIFICATIONS

Tuning Adjusting
PERFORMER 5000: Hole installation PL installation
HI-QUALITY ANTENNAS MADE IN ITALY

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SPECIFICATIONS

Type Impedance Frequency Range Polarization SWR @ res. freq. Bandwidth @ SWR 2 Max Power Height (approx.) Weight (approx.) Standard Mount Cable Lenght / Type / Connector Mag mount overall size : Central Loaded : 50 W : 27 - 27.5 MHz : Vertical : 1.2 : 280 KHz : 10 Watts (CW) continuous, 50 Watts (CW) short time : 630 mm : 575 gr : Magnetic : 3 m / RG 58 / UHF PL-259 : 90mm

TUNING INSTRUCTIONS

Most of the antennas are factory tuned and dont need any extra tuning, but in case of fine adjustments we recommend to follow the procedure below: A) To perform a correct test, move to an open space far from metal parts such as metal doors, buildings, towers, gates etc. at minimum 50 metres or more. B) Connect your SWR-meter between the antenna connector and your CB transceiver (follow the instructions of your SWR-meter for the correct use to your equipment). C) The following procedure is used for the tuning of the 40 channels CB-band Radio in the range of: CH-1 = 26.965 MHz to CH-40 = 27.405 MHz with CH-19 = 27.185 MHz as centre band for EU Frequencies. CH-1 = 27.601 MHz to CH-40 = 27.991 MHz with CH-19 = 27.781 MHz as centre band for UK Frequencies. Select CH-1 on your CB-transceiver and take an SWR measurement, writing down the results. Transmit only for a few seconds because in case the SWR is too high the transceiver could be damaged. D) Repeat the procedure for CH-19 and CH-40. E) If all SWR results are very high (more than 3) probably theres a short circuit in the cable or your antenna is defective. To avoid damages to your CB transceiver DO NOT use it until the problem is rectified. F) If the SWR results are the same on CH-1 and CH-40 and the lower value is on CH-19, your antenna doesnt need any tuning. G) If the SWR result on CH-1 is lower than CH40 your antenna is electrically TOO LONG and you should slightly cut the radiator by 10mm at a time. Avoid cutting too much. As long as you get the same values on CH-1 as well as CH-40. H) If the SWR result on CH-40 is lower than CH1 your antenna is electrically TOO SHORT and you need to pull out the radiator as long as you get the same values on CH-1 as well as CH-40.

Tuning system

Stainless steel spring for flexibility

180 inclination system

 

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