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Preparation (continued)

Introduction
Dear Customer, We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for purchasing this Panasonic SD Multi Camera. Please read these Operating Instructions carefully and keep them handy for future reference. SD logo is a trademark. MPEG Layer-3 audio decoding technology licensed from Fraunhofer IIS and Thomson multimedia. This product is licensed under the MPEG-4 patent portfolio license for the personal and non-commercial use of a consumer to (i) encode video in compliance with the MPEG-4 Video Standard (MPEG-4 Video) and/or (ii) decode MPEG-4 Video that was encoded by a consumer engaged in a personal and non-commercial activity and/or was obtained from a licensed video provider. No license is granted or implied for any other use. Additional information may be obtained from MPEG LA. See http://www.mpegla.com. Microsoft, Windows and Windows Media are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/ or other countries. Adobe, Adobe Acrobat and Acrobat Reader are trademarks or registered trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States and/or other countries. WMA is a compression format developed by Microsoft Corporation. It achieves the same sound quality as MP3 with a file size that is smaller than that of MP3. This unit is not compatible with Multiple Bit Rate (MBR: a file that contains the same content encoded at several different bit rates).
Music recognition technology and related data are provided by Gracenote and the Gracenote CDDB music recognition service. Gracenote is the industry standard in music recognition technology and related content delivery. For more information visit www.gracenote.com. CD and music-related data from Gracenote, Inc., copyright C Gracenote. Gracenote CDDB Client Software, copyright 20002003 Gracenote. This product and service may practice one or more of the following U.S. Patents: #5,987,523, #6,061,680, #6,154,773, #6,161,132, #6,230,192, #6,230,207, #6,240,459, #6,330,593, and other patents issued or pending. Gracenote and CDDB are registered trademarks of Gracenote. The Gracenote logo and logotype, the Gracenote CDDB logo and logotype and the Powered by Gracenote logo are trademarks of Gracenote. Portions of this product are protected under copyright law and are provided under license by ARIS/SOLANA/4C. Other names of systems and products mentioned in these Operating Instructions are usually the registered trademarks or trademarks of the manufacturers who developed the system or product concerned. The and marks are not used to identify registered trademarks and trademarks in these instructions. The contents or complete reproduction or copy of these Operating Instructions could be changed without notice. Licensed AAC Patents (U.S. patent numbers);

Shortcut Menu

Press the [MENU] button for 1 or more seconds and then set the item with the Jog Ball.
Roll the Jog Ball up/down/left/right to select the item and then press the Jog Ball to set the item. Press the [MENU] button to exit the shortcut menu. <Recording Mode> <Playback Mode>
NORMAL OFF S-XBS1 -XBS1 S-XBS2 -XBS2 TRAIN

HDTV 640

0 AUTO 0 AUTO

10 AUTO OFF

17 Slide show (P54) Repeat playback (P47) File delete (P47) Lock setting (P49) DPOF print (P58) Mark setting (P51) Playlist (P65) Sound quality (P63) Repeat playback (P65)
Flash (P36) Night view (P40) White balance (P39) Picture quality (P31) Picture size (P31) Exposure compensation (P41) 7 ISO sensitivity (P42) 8 Self-timer (P38)

Before Recording

How to hold the SD Multi Camera
Put your arm on the side of your body. Fix the SD Multi Camera with your right hand and
put your left hand on the SD Multi Camera.
The shutter speed can be automatically adjusted.
The shutter speed becomes slow in dark places such as shaded areas or in a room. Therefore, be careful not to shake the SD Multi Camera and press the shutter button gently. When you take pictures of the subjects in quick motion, the picture may be blurred or the image of the subject may persist. You can reduce camera shakes by taking pictures with the self-timer or the remote controller. In the case you use the card formatted by PC or other equipment, it may not be recorded normally. Format the card with this unit before use.

Recording (continued)

This unit can focus on the subject at a distance of about 60 cm or more. When you record close subjects, use the Macro function (P34).
Selecting the desired recording mode Slide the Power Switch to [ON].
The Power Lamp lights in red.
Slide the Record/Playback Mode Switch to the recording mode [
Press the [MODE] button and then select the desired mode with the Jog Ball.
Refer to the table below to select the mode.

Recording mode

Recommendable situation

The setting of the white balance is reflected to other recording
modes and it is retained even if this unit is turned off. When turning this unit on again in different recording conditions, set the white balance again.
Recording in Dark Places (Night Mode)
ON The subject becomes visible and vivid.

Night mode

OFF Cancells the night mode.
When you use the flash, you can record people against a night

landscape.

When you aim this unit from bright places to dark places, it takes
time for the screen to be brightened.
You cannot use this mode when you record pictures in [MPEG4]
Compensating the Exposure
Use this function when you cannot achieve appropriate exposure due to the difference of brightness between the subject and the background, etc.
EV auto The exposure is automatically determined. The exposure can be adjusted manually.

Exposure EV manual

Manual adjustment Roll the Jog Ball left or right to compensate the exposure.
You can compensate it from j2 EV to i2 EV in steps of 1/3 EV. When the exposure is compensated toward positive, the picture will be recorded brighter. When the exposure is compensated toward negative, the picture will be recorded darker.
After setting to [EV manual] in Step 1,

ADJUST

Press the Jog Ball to set the exposure.
When the exposure is compensated, the brightness of the picture on
the LCD Monitor may differ from that of the picture actually recorded. Check the brightness by playing the picture. EV is an abbreviation of Exposure Value, and it is the amount of light given to the CCD.
Setting the ISO Sensitivity
ISO sensitivity represents the sensitivity to light in values. It is convenient to take pictures without the flash.

Advanced setup

Sensitivity

Auto 400

The ISO setting is automatically adjusted according to the brightness. The more the ISO sensitivity is adjusted, the more this unit becomes suitable for recording in dark places.
When you take a picture in high ISO sensitivity, picture noise
appears and the picture quality is deteriorated.
When the picture is still dim even if the ISO sensitivity is increased,
set [Sensitivity] to [Auto] and use the flash. (The available flash range is about 80 cm120 cm.) You cannot use this function when you record pictures in [MPEG4] mode.
Playback Selecting the desired playback mode
Slide the Record/Playback Mode Switch to the playback mode [ ].

Playback modes Picture (Still picture playback) MPEG4 (Motion image playback)
Playable files [Picture] files or still picture files (JPEG format) recorded with this unit

Cannot be played.

[MPEG4] files or motion image files Played from the stereo (ASF format) recorded earphones (supplied). with this unit (The audio cannot be Voice [Voice] files recorded played from this unit.) (Audio playback) with this unit Audio files recorded Audio onto a card with (Music playback) SD-Jukebox Refer to P61 about playing music.

Playback (continued)

Roll the Jog Ball right or left to select the file you want to play.
Roll the Jog Ball to the right to display the next file. Roll the Jog Ball to the left to display the previous file.
When selecting [MPEG4] or [Voice]
After you select the file in Step 3,
Press the Jog Ball to start playback.
[1] appears during playback. If there are multiple files, the files will be played continuously.
You can fast-forward or fast-rewind the file with the remote controller. When you keep pressing [9] ([:]) button, the file is fast-forwarded (fast-rewound). When you tap them, you can move to the beginning of the next (current) file.
Press the Jog Ball to pause playback.
[] appears while playing is stopped. When you stop playback halfway and start playback again, the file will be started from the position where you previously stopped. (Resume playback)
When playing a still picture, the [ ] icon appears for a moment and the resolution of the picture may look deteriorated a little. However, the picture is played with normal quality later. When starting the resume playback, the file earlier a bit from the position where you stopped is played. Some files may not be played on this unit even the files are in JPEG or ASF (MPEG4) format. [Voice] files cannot be played on Panasonic IC recorders. MPEG4 and Voice files recorded on Panasonic SD Multi Camera SV-AS10 cannot be played on this unit. When the still picture recorded with other equipment is played on this unit, the following may occur.
The picture cannot be played. The resume playback cannot be operated. The quality of pictures may be deteriorated. The file size may not be displayed. The date/time indication is different from the date/time when the picture is created.
If you change the folder name or the file name of a picture on your PC, the picture may not be played. The date/time indication is kept stopped while [MPEG4] files are played.
When playing in [Voice] mode
If you do not operate this unit nothing in about 10 seconds after you start playback, the LCD Monitor is turned off to save the power. (The Card Access Lamp blinks during playback.) If you turn the LCD Monitor on again, press the [MENU] button on this unit. You can avoid operation mistakes on this unit by keeping pressing down the [MODE] button (more than about 2 seconds). (P64) [Voice] files are fast-forwarded (fast-rewound) at a speed of 10k for the first 6 seconds. After that, the files will be fast-forwarded (fastrewound) at a speed of 60k.

Adjusting Volume during Playback
Tap the [MENU] button during playback. Roll the Jog Ball right or left to adjust the volume.
If the volume adjustment screen is not operated for a while after adjustment, it will automatically disappear.
When you want to listen to the audio being played, connect the remote controller and the stereo earphones (supplied). (You cannot listen to the audio on this unit.) You can also adjust the volume on the menu while the file is paused. (P20) You can also adjust the volume on the remote controller. (P11)
6 Pictures Multi Playback (Thumbnail Display)
Roll the Jog Ball down while the playback is stopped.
In [Voice] mode, the list of files which has no thumbnail is displayed.
To select a file and play 1 picture
After you display 6 files in Step 1,
Roll the Jog Ball to select the file.
If 7 or more files are recorded, the files will be displayed on the subsequent pages.
The selected file starts playback.
Playing Motion Images Repeatedly (Repeat Playback)
Set the mode to [MPEG4] mode. (P43) Press the [MENU] button and then set the item with the Jog Ball. (P18)
OFF Stops playback after the last file is played. Repeats playing a file. Repeats playing all files.

Repeat

Repeat one Repeat all

Deleting Files

Once deleted, files cannot be recovered. Check the files before deleting.
Erase one Erases files one by one. Erase file

Erase all

Erases all files in the mode where you are playing files.
Select the files to be deleted and then press the Jog Ball. (Only when [Erase one] is selected)
Select [Yes] on the confirmation screen and then press the Jog Ball.
Press the [MENU] button to exit this setting.
You cannot delete protected files (P49), music files and files that do not conform to DCF standard on this unit. Be sure to delete [Voice] files on this unit. When you delete files on this unit, the DPOF information set on other equipment can be also deleted. Image files which cannot be played on this unit (other than JPEG) can be deleted. Do not turn this unit off or remove the card when deleting. It takes much time to delete many files at the same time. Use a fully charged battery.

PC IBM PC/AT compatible personal computer preinstalled with Microsoft Windows 98 Second Edition/Millennium Edition/ 2000 Professional/XP Home Edition/XP Professional Power Macintosh (Mac OS 9/Mac OS X)
Operating environment of the software
SD Viewer Ver. 3.2E for D-snap (SD Viewer) PC PC preinstalled with Microsoft Windows 98 Second Edition/Millennium Edition/2000 Professional/ XP Home Edition/XP Professional SD-Jukebox Ver. 4.1 Light Edition (SD-Jukebox) PC preinstalled with Microsoft Windows 98 Second Edition/ Millennium Edition/2000 (Professional Service Pack 2, 3 or 4)/XP (Home Edition/ Professional or Service Pack 1)
IBM PC/AT compatible personal computer
98SE Intel Pentium III 450 MHz or Intel Pentium II 333 MHz or Me higher/Celeron 400 MHz or higher 2000 higher (including compatible Intel Pentium III 500 MHz or XP CPU) higher
SD Viewer Ver. 3.2E for D-snap (SD Viewer)
98SE 64 MB (recommended: Me 128 MB) or more MB (recommended: XP 256 MB) or more
SD-Jukebox Ver. 4.1 Light Edition (SD-Jukebox) 128 MB or more 256 MB or more 100 MB or more
Free hard disc 400 MB or more space

Display

High Colour (16 bit) or more (True Colour (24 bit) or more is recommended.) Desktop resolution of 800k600 or more (1024k768 pixels or more is recommended.) VRAM 8 MB or more (16 MB or more is recommended.)
Windows compatible sound device CD-ROM driveA CD-ROM drive capable of digital recording is required. Fourspeed or higher is recommended. (Recording can not work properly with CD-ROM drives connected through an IEEE1394 connection.)

Used for installation

Interface Necessary software
USB port DirectX 8.1 or later Windows Media Player 6.4 Internet Explorer 5.01 or or later later Internet Explorer 5.5 or later If you are using the CDDB function, then an Internet connection is also required.

Other requirements

Connecting to PC (continued)
Macintosh, Power Macintosh and Mac OS are trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc. of the U.S. IBM and PC/AT are registered trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation of the U.S. Intel, Pentium and Celeron are trademarks or registered trademarks of Intel Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
Even if the system requirements are fulfilled, some personal computers can not be used. This software cannot be used on Microsoft Windows 3.1, Windows 95, Windows 98 (except Windows 98SE) and Windows NT. Operation on an upgraded OS is not guaranteed. Multi-boot environment is not supported. This software cannot be used on 64-bit OS. When your OS is Windows 2000/XP, install the USB driver after logging in with the user name authorized as the system administrator (Administrator). This system requirements guarantee if the application run alone. It is not guaranteed in the case that any other application or resident application runs. This software may not run properly on user-built computers. When 2 or more USB devices are connected to one PC, or when devices are connected through an USB hub or by using an USB extension cable, the operation is not guaranteed.

Cautions for USB driver

This software is not compatible with a multi-CPU environment.

Cautions for SD-Jukebox

This software cannot play and record music CDs that does not have a mark on the disc label.
Depending on your computer system, you may experience problems such as being unable to record or use recorded music data. Please note that Matsushita is in no way liable for any music data you lose, or for any other direct or indirect damages. When you use the CDDB function, the environment for the Internet access is needed.
Before Connecting to a PC for the First Time (Installation)
When your OS is Windows 98SE or Me, the installation of the USB driver is required before connecting this unit to a PC. Do not connect this unit to the PC until the installation is completed. Exit all the other application softwares which are started before inserting the CD-ROM.
Start the PC and insert the CD-ROM (supplied).
The setup menu is automatically started. (When it does not start, double-click [autorun.exe] in the CD-ROM.)
Click the name of the software you want to install in the setup menu.
If you stop the installation by pressing [Cancel], the software may not be properly operated.
When you install SD Viewer
When the message that informs the absence of DirectX 8.1 or later appears, install DirectX from the setup menu prior to the installation of the software.
Installing the USB Driver
When your OS is Windows 2000 or XP, the installation of the USB driver is not required because the OS standard driver is used.

Click [USB Driver].

Click [Finish].
To enable the driver, restart the PC.

Installing SD Viewer

Click [SD Viewer 3.2E].

Click [Next].

Click [I agree].
Follow the message on the screen to continue the installation. Click [Finish].
SD Viewer can be used after restarting the PC.
When the message that informs the absence of Windows Media Player 6.4 or later appears, update Windows Media Player after the installation is completed. If Internet Explorer 5.5 or later is not installed, install it first and then install SD Viewer. If Microsoft Data Access Components 2.6 or earlier has been already installed while Windows 98SE is in use, Microsoft Data Access Components 2.8 is installed before SD Viewer. Follow the message on the screen to complete the installation.

Reading the operating instructions of SD Viewer Select [Help]>[Manual]. 1
Adobe Acrobat Reader is required. (P83)

Closing SD Viewer

Select [File]>[Exit].
You can also close SD Viewer by clicking [k] on the upper right corner of the screen.

Using SD Viewer

You can capture [Picture] files and [MPEG4] files in the card into the PC. You can classify pictures by recording date or keywords. You can print recorded pictures with date. You can create data for a home page. You can create a slide show with captured images. For details of the operation procedures, refer to the operating instructions of SD Viewer (PDF file).
Do not disconnect the USB cable while SD Viewer is used.
Using SD-Jukebox Starting SD-Jukebox
Select [Start]> [All Programs]> [Panasonic]> [SD-JukeboxV4]> [SD-JukeboxV4].
The indications on the screen may vary depending on OS and settings in your PC. Accordingly, the operation may be different from the one described above. When SD-Jukebox is started for the first time, the file import screen (the screen to import audio files from the hard disk to SD-Jukebox) appears. If you want to start importing files immediately, click [Yes]. If you want to import files later, click [Later]. For details of the operation procedures such as the way to import files, refer to the operating instructions of SD-Jukebox (PDF file).
Reading the operating instructions of SD-Jukebox Click [?] on the upper right 1 corner of the screen of SD-Jukebox.

Closing SD-Jukebox

Click [t] on the upper right corner of the screen of SD-Jukebox.

Using SD-Jukebox

You can save your favourite titles on the PC from a music CD or create a playlist of audio files. You can save audio files or playlists saved on the PC to the card. For details of the operation procedures, refer to the operating instructions of SD-Jukebox (PDF file).
Do not disconnect the USB cable while SD-Jukebox is used.
Reading Operating Instructions of the Software
To read the operating instructions of the software (PDF file), Acrobat Reader 5.0 or later is needed. If Adobe Acrobat Reader is not installed in the PC used, click [English] or [Chinese] in the setup menu screen (or double-click [AR505ENU.EXE] in [English] folder in [Adobe] folder or [AR500CHS.EXE] in [S-Chinese] folder in [Adobe] folder) and follow the message on the screen to install Adobe Acrobat Reader 5.1.
Uninstalling the Software
If you do not need the software installed any more, uninstall (delete) it from the PC.
Select [Start]>[Control Panel] and then click [Add or Remove Programs].
Select the software you want to delete and then click [Change/Remove].
Depending on the OS, the uninstallation procedure may vary. For details, refer to operating instructions of the OS used.

The AC Adaptor

Be sure to use the supplied AC adaptor. If you use the AC adaptor near a radio, radio reception may be disturbed. Keep the AC adaptor 1 m or more away from the radio. When the AC adaptor is in use, it may generate whirring sounds. However, this is normal. After use, be sure to disconnect the AC adaptor. (If it is left connected, about 0.1 W of current is consumed at most.) Keep the electrodes of the AC adaptor clean at all times. Put this unit near the outlet to make it easy to reach for the interrupting device (plug).

The Battery

Lithium ion battery is compact and high-capacity battery. However, when the battery is cooled under low temperature (10xC or less) such as outside in winter, the available time of the battery becomes shorter and this unit may not work. In this case, warm the battery and insert it into this unit just before you use this unit. (If you use a pocket warmer, do not let the pocket warmer touch with the battery.) Be sure to detach the battery after use. If it is left attached to this unit, a minute amount of current is consumed even when this unit is turned off. If it is left for a long time, over discharge takes place. The battery may become unusable even after it is charged. If it is left attached to this unit for a long period of time, self-discharge may take place. Charge the battery before use. Bring spare batteries when you use this unit outdoors. The operating time of the battery may become shorter under low temperature such as skiing grounds. When you travel, be sure to prepare the AC adaptor and the USB cradle (supplied) to charge the battery on the spot. If the battery is dropped, check that the terminal is not deformed. If the battery attached to this unit with the terminal is deformed, it may damage this unit. Cautions for using battery Charge only with specified AC adaptor. Do not dispose of in fire. Do not disassemble.
Cautions to store the battery Store the battery in a cool and dry place with a relatively stable temperature. (Recommendable temperature: 15oC25oC Recommendable humidity: 40%60%) Extremely high or low temperature will shorten the life of the battery. If the battery is kept in hot, humid, smoky or dusty places, the terminals may rust and cause malfunctions. To store the battery for a long period of time, we recommend charging it once every year and storing it again after you completely use up the charged capacity. Remove dusts or other on the terminal of the battery. Do not throw unnecessary (expired) batteries into a fire. If you heat or burn the battery, it may cause an explosion. The battery has a limited life. When the operating time of the SD Multi Camera becomes extremely short even if the battery is properly charged, the life of the battery may have expired. Buy a new battery.

CARD FULL CARD LOCKED ACCESSING CARD NO PICTURE FILE NO MPEG4 FILE NO VOICE FILE NO TRACK UNPLAYABLE FILE FILE LOCKED
TARGET FILE DOES There is no file which can be played as a slide show NOT EXIST or there is no file which can be set in DPOF setting. OVER LIMIT The number of pictures to play in a slide show or the number of prints set in DPOF setting exceeds the limit.
Messages CANNOT SET FILE Countermeasures Select the still picture recorded by this unit.
Switch the Record/Playback Mode Switch to the SET TO PLAY MODE playback mode [ ] when connecting this unit to PC or printer. (P55, 73) USE BOTH AC ADAPTOR AND BATTERY TURN POWER OFF AND ON ERROR Connect the AC adaptor when connecting this unit to PC or printer. (P55, 73) Turn this unit on again. After turning this unit off, remove and insert the battery. If the error persists, consult the dealer.
Trouble Shooting (Q&A)
Q (Question) A (Answer) Turn this unit on again. Is the battery inserted correctly? Is the battery exhausted? Recharge the battery (P14) or insert a fully charged battery.
This unit is not turned on.
This unit is Is the battery exhausted? immediately turned Recharge the battery (P14) or insert a fully charged off. battery. Is [HOLD] setting displayed? Cannot operate the The Jog Ball and other buttons are enabled when Jog Ball or others. the [MODE] button is pressed for about 2 or more seconds and the indication disappears. The mode cannot be switched even if the [MODE] button is pressed. Is the card inserted? If you press the [MODE] button when the card is not inserted, the mode is set to the demonstration mode (P92). Turn this unit off and then insert the card.
Q (Question) The colour or the brightness of the LCD Monitor changes.
A (Answer) The colour or the brightness of the screen may look different under fluorescent light.
The LCD Monitor is Adjust the brightness of the LCD Monitor properly. too bright or dark. (P21) Is the card inserted? You cannot record pictures when the write-protect switch is slid toward [LOCK]. Is the memory of the card enough? Delete unnecessary files before recording. (P47) When you record pictures in [MPEG4] mode, it may take time to record onto a card depending on the type of the card. However, this is not a malfunction. Recording in [Voice] mode may be stopped halfway depending on the type of the card. Pictures may appear in mosaic-like pattern depending on the subject or recording conditions. The brightness of a picture on the LCD Monitor may be different from that of a picture actually recorded. Especially when you record a picture in dark places with long exposure, the picture looks dark on the LCD Monitor. However, the picture is recorded brightly.

Specifications

SD Multi Camera
Power source Power consumption DC 4.8 V (AC adaptor) DC 3.7 V (Battery) MPEG4 Recording 1.7 W (AC adaptor) 1.5 W (Battery) MPEG4 Playback 0.9 W (AC adaptor) 0.7 W (Battery) Audio Playback 0.1 W (Battery)
Image sensor 1/3.2q CCD Interline type RGB primary colour filter Number of effective pixels Approx. 3,100,000 pixels Scanning Interlace scanning Standard illumination 3000 lx Minimum required illumination 80 lx Focal length 4.5 mm 35 mm equivalent 34.8 mm Digital zoom 4k F value 4.0 Shortest image distance Approx. 60 cm from Lens (Macro: Approx. 10 cm) Microphone Monaural microphone (built-in)
Monitor 3.8 cm (1.5q type) LCD Monitor (Approx. 61,600 pixels) Flash GN 3.7 (built-in) Recording media SD Memory Card Image compression JPEG-compliant Video compression MPEG4 SD-Video compliant Voice compression MPEG4: G.726-compliant Voice: G.726-compliant Music expansion AAC/MP3/WMA (Sampling frequency 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz compatible)
Specifications (continued)
Audio input Monaural microphone (built-in) Audio output Earphone output: 3.5 mWi3.5 mW Load impedance 16 h Dimensions Approx. 53.2 mm (W)k103.0 mm (H)k14.0 mm (D) (Thinnest part 9.9 mm) Body weight Approx. 59 g (without battery pack and SD Memory Card) Body weight in operation Approx. 75 g (with battery pack and SD Memory Card) Operating temperature 040oC Operating humidity 1080%

USB cradle

Input Output DC 4.8 V DC 4.8 V 1.0 A 1.0 A

AC adaptor

Input Output AC 110240 V 50/60 Hz 0.13 A DC 4.8 V 1.0 A

Battery pack

Maximum voltage Nominal voltage Rated capacitance DC 4.2 V DC 3.7 V 530 mAh
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Panasonic Adds Two Advanced D-snap SD-Card Multifunction Cameras with MPEG4 Video and Music Capabilities
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd., best known for its Panasonic brand products, today introduced two new D-snap SD video cameras. The models SV-AS30 and SV-AS3 can snap still and moving images, play back video and music files, record voice notes and share contents with a wide variety of SD-enabled products, including digital TVs, DVD recorders and printers. The SV-AS30 will be available to the public on October 30 and the SV-AS3 on November 27. The two models function as effective 3.2 megapixel CCD digital cameras, MPEG4 video recorders, AAC/WMA/MP3 music players and voice recorders recording up to 66 hours on a 1 GB SD Memory Card. The SV-AS30, super-thin model, incorporates all these features in a compact 53.2 &#215; 103.2 &#215; 9.9 mm (14.0 mm at the lens) casing, the slimmest in the world. The stylish and ultra-portable units can conveniently drop into a pocket or lady's purse. Equipped with an SD Memory Card slot, they can network with PCs and other SD-compatible products. As a digital still camera, they produce 16:9 images in the HDTV mode. Images can be reproduced on Panasonic's VIERA large-screen high-definition TVs. By directly connecting to a PictBridge compatible printer, the new D-snap models can print images without using a PC. As a video recorder, they can record MPEG4 pictures (30 frames per second) for as long as the SD Card capacity permits. The recorder can capture them up to 110 minutes in its extra fine mode on a 1 GB SD Memory Card. Users may record TV programs on to an SD Memory Card from a VIERA digital TV or a DIGA DVD recorder, and can watch the programs on the built-in 1.5-inch color LDC monitor. Users can also record their favorite AAC, WMA and MP3 music files on an SD Memory Card in high quality audio sound. The ultra-slim SV-AS30 can play continuously for 18 hours and comes in three colors - silver, black and brown. The pocket-sized SV-AS3, measuring 52.5 &#215; 88.7 &#215; 21.0 mm, can play back continuously for 36 hours. This model is available in four colors - silver, light blue, blue and orange.
"Panasonic Adds Two Advanced D-snap SD-Card Multifunction Cameras with MPEG4 Video and Music Capabilities." PHYSorg.com. 22 Sep 2004. http://www.physorg.com/news1254.html

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Other key features common to the two models include 4&#215; digital zoom, illuminating jog ball for improved ease of use, built-in microphone and speaker, flash (auto/reduced red eye/flash on/flash off), night mode for still photos and ISO sensitivity (auto/100/200/400). SV-AS30 features a rotating lens allowing self-portraits and 10 cm close-up shots. D-snap SD video cameras are part of the new connected AV life Panasonic proposes. SD Memory Cards play an integral part in this vision, offering versatility and easy transfer of pictures, video, music or sound to a variety of SD-enabled products in the market. As of September 2004, 119 companies offered more than 1330 SD products in Japan. Having developed over 330 SD-enabled products, including D-snap SD video cameras, VIERA TVs, DIGA DVD recorders, Strada car navigation systems and cell phones, Panasonic is demonstrably committed to presenting new products that will bring excitement to our daily life.
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