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VPC-CA9EX VPC-CA9 VPC-CA9GX
This manual explains how to safely operate the VPC-CA9EX, VPC-CA9 and VPC-CA9GX. Any information regarding only one of these products will be labeled as such. Please read these instructions carefully before using the camera. Make sure to read and understand the separate booklet SAFETY MANUAL. Keep this manual in a safe place for later reference.
Warning TO PREVENT THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
FOR AMERICAN USERS
The following advisory is included in accordance with the laws of the State of California (USA): WARNING: This product contains chemicals, including lead, known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. Wash hands after handling. i This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: h Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. h Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. h Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. h Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. i Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the users authority to operate the equipment. Declaration of Conformity Model number: VPC-CA9 Trade Name: SANYO Responsible party: SANYO FISHER COMPANY Address: 21605 Plummer Street, Chatsworth, California 91311 Telephone No.: (818) 998-7322 This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
FOR CANADIAN USERS
i This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
FOR EU USERS
The symbol mark and recycling systems described below apply to EU countries and do not apply to countries in other areas of the world. Your SANYO product is designed and manufactured with high quality materials and components which can be recycled and/or reused. The symbol mark means that electrical and electronic equipment, batteries and accumulators, at their end-of-life, should be disposed of separately from your household waste. Note: If a chemical symbol is printed beneath the symbol mark, this chemical symbol means that the battery or accumulator contains a heavy metal at a certain concentration. This will be indicated as follows: Hg: mercury, Cd: cadmium, Pb: lead In the European Union there are separate collection systems for used electrical and electronic equipment, batteries and accumulators. Please, dispose of them correctly at your local community waste collection/ recycling centre. Please, help us to conserve the environment we live in!
SANYO FISHER Sales (Europe) GmbH Stahlgruberring 4, D-81829 Mnchen, Germany SANYO Electric Co., Ltd. 1-1, Sanyo-cho, Daito City, Osaka 574-8534, Japan
FOR RUSSIAN USERS
This product is certified by an official certification company which is authorized by the Russian Federation.
HOW TO READ THIS MANUAL
For first-time users Please read the sections on SETUP and SIMPLE in this manual, as well as the included QUICK GUIDE to familiarize yourself with your cameras operation. To use the various camera features Please read the sections on NORMAL and OPTION SETTINGS in this manual. To view on a TV, please read the section on OTHER DEVICES AND CONNECTIONS in this manual. To connect to a computer, please see the Xacti Software CD INSTRUCTION MANUAL. To use additional features To use a computer to edit the recorded data or to save data to a DVD, please read the Xacti Software CD INSTRUCTION MANUAL. You may find the answers to questions or problems concerning camera operation in the sections COMMONLY ASKED QUESTIONS (page 143) and TROUBLESHOOTING (page 150).
k Storing and maintaining your camera
i Do not leave the camera unwashed after it has been immersed in salt water or if salt water is adhering to it. Doing so may cause corrosion and discoloration of the plating, as well as deterioration of the cameras waterproof capability. i After the camera has been used in water, use fresh water to wash it. Never use soap or detergent to clean the camera, as doing so will cause deterioration of the cameras waterproof capability. i After washing the camera, take care to completely drain it, and use a dry cloth to wipe off any drops of water adhering to it (page 67). i Do not leave the camera in an environment colder than 0 C (32F) or warmer than 40 C (104F), as doing so may cause deterioration of the cameras waterproof capability. i Waterproof seals are used in this camera. It is recommended that the waterproof seals be replaced every year with new ones. For replacing the seals, please consult your dealer. * Please note that there is a fee for replacing the waterproof seal.
k Other cautions
i Do not subject the camera to severe jolts, as doing so may deform the battery/card compartment cover or camera body, thus compromising its waterproof capability. If the camera has been subjected to a strong jolt, please consult with your dealer.
HINT What is JIS IPX8 (formerly JIS protection grade 8)? i JIS IPX8 specifies that a device is protected against the effects of continuous immersion in water.
QUICK SEARCH BY OPERATION... 6 CHECKING THE INCLUDED ACCESSORIES. 11 How to use the accessories... 13 Media cards that can be used with this camera.. 15 What card means in this manual.. 15 SPECIAL FEATURES... 16 Waterproof capability... 16 Movable monitor for any shooting angle.. 17 Capture still shots while recording a video clip.. 18 Lots of accessories for optimal use of your captured images. 19 SYSTEM MAP... 20
PARTS NAMES... 21 CHARGING THE BATTERY PACK... 23 Recharging the battery pack.. 24 INSTALLING THE BATTERY PACK AND CARD.. 25 Install the battery pack... 25 Installing the DC adaptor (sold separately: VAR-A2U/A2EX). 26 Install the card... 28 About the temperature alert icon \.. 29 TURNING THE CAMERA ON AND OFF.. 30 Turning on the camera... 30 Turning on the camera when the power save (sleep) function is active... 30 Turning off the camera... 31 DATE AND TIME SETTING... 32 SWITCHING BETWEEN THE RECORDING MODE AND PLAYBACK MODE... 35 SWITCHING THE OPERATING MODE... 36 Switching between the SIMPLE and NORMAL modes. 36 Accessing/exiting the SIMPLE/NORMAL Mode Menu Screen.. 37 Overview of the SIMPLE Mode Setting Screen.. 41 Overview of the NORMAL Mode Setting Screen. 45
Turning on the camera when the power save (sleep) function is active
In order to preserve battery pack power, the power save (sleep) function will automatically turn off the camera after about 1 minute of no use during shooting, or about 5 minutes of no use during playback (factory-preset setting). i When the power save function is active, you can restore the power by any of the following methods: h Press the ON/OFF button. h Press the [ ] or [ ] button. h Open the monitor unit. h Press the SET button. i The camera will switch to the standby mode after the power save function has been active for about 1 hour, or when you close the monitor unit. i The power save mode will not be activated while you are recording. i The user can specify the time elapsed before the power save function is activated (page 122). i When the camera is connected to a computer or printer using the dedicated USB interface cable, the power save function is disabled, and the camera turns off after about 12 hours.
TURNING THE CAMERA ON AND OFF Turning off the camera
Press the ON/OFF button for at least 1 second. h The camera turns off. h To turn off the camera while it is in the recording mode or power save mode, press the ON/OFF button for at least 1 second.
HINT To immediately activate the power save function i Press the ON/OFF button briefly to activate the power save function. About the standby mode i To turn off the camera only briefly, you can close the monitor unit to put the camera in the standby mode. The standby mode uses almost no power. When the monitor unit is opened again, the camera turns on immediately and you are ready to shoot or view images without any delay. CAUTION If the K icon appears. i When a picture is taken, the date and time it was captured are recorded with it. If the date and time settings have not been completed (page 32), the date and time cannot be recorded with the captured images. For this reason, immediately after the camera is turned on, the Set date and time screen appears. To have the date and time recorded with the images, please complete this setting before capturing images.
DATE AND TIME SETTING
The camera will record the date and time an image or audio recording is taken so that you can display them during playback. Therefore, before capturing images, make sure the correct date and time are set. * To correct the date and time setting, please see under HINT on page 34. Example: To set the clock to 7:30 p.m. on December 24, 2009
SWITCHING THE OPERATING MODE
The SIMPLE mode comprises only those functions that are most often used and necessary to operate the camera, while the NORMAL mode enables full use of all the cameras many functions. Select the mode that is suitable for your purposes.
Switching between the SIMPLE and NORMAL modes
Turn on the camera (page 30). h The previous mode is active. Press the MENU button. h The Menu Screen for the active mode appears. Select the operating mode icon, and press the SET button. h Switch from the SIMPLE mode to the NORMAL mode, or from the NORMAL mode to the SIMPLE mode. h Press the MENU button to cancel the Menu Screen.
Switch to detailed normal menu EXIT OK
Operating mode icon <SIMPLE Mode Menu Screen>
Press SET button to switch to simple Menu
Operating mode icon <NORMAL Mode Menu Screen>
SWITCHING THE OPERATING MODE Accessing/exiting the SIMPLE/NORMAL Mode Menu Screen
Set the camera to the recording or playback mode (page 35). Select the desired operating mode (page 36). If the Menu Screen is not displayed, press the MENU button. h The Menu Screen appears. h To cancel the Menu Screen, press the MENU button. MENU button
<Example: SIMPLE Mode Recording Menu>
<Example: NORMAL Mode Recording Menu>
Using the SIMPLE Mode Menu
Press the [T/]] or [W/P] button to select the item you wish to change, and press the SET button. h The Setting Screen for the selected item appears.
Select an item to change Description of selected item
Select video and photo size
To keep in HDTV size
HDTV size 9M [4:3]
SWITCHING THE OPERATING MODE Using the NORMAL Mode Menu
Press the [T/]] or [W/P] button to select a tab. h The Menu Screen for the selected tab appears.
1 VIDEO 2 PHOTO 3
SCENE SELECT FILTER FLASH SELF-TIMER EXIT OK
Press the [H] button.
RECORDING MENUVIDEO PHOTO SCENE SELECT 1 FILTER 2 FLASH 3 SELF-TIMER EXIT OK
Press the [T/]] or [W/P] button to select the item you wish to change, and press the SET button. h The Setting Screen for the selected item appears. h To return to the Menu Screen, press the MENU button. Select an item to change
RECORDING MENUVIDEO 2 PHOTO 3 SCENE SELECT 1 FILTER 2 FLASH 3 SELF-TIMER EXIT OK
Press Applicable mode Press
6.7M 3456x1944 [16:9] 2 M 1600x1200 0.9M 1280x720 [16:9]
12M 4000x3000 9M-H 3456x2592 9M-S 3456x2592
HINT About the applicable mode indicator i This indicator shows the shooting mode(s) for which the selected setting is effective. : This setting is effective during still image shooting. : This setting is effective during video clip recording. : This setting is effective during still image shooting and video clip recording.
SWITCHING THE OPERATING MODE Overview of the SIMPLE Mode Setting Screen SIMPLE Mode Recording Menu
1 Recording size (page 56) h Select the video clip size to record, and the still image size to shoot. : The video clip size will be pixels, and the still image size will be pixels. : The video clip size will be pixels, and the still image size will be pixels.
3 Flash (page 62) h Specify how the flash will operate. 9: The camera detects the subject brightness and uses the flash only when necessary. :: The flash operates with every image captured regardless of the conditions. ;: The flash does not operate even in dark situations. 4 S N (page 36) h Set to the NORMAL mode. 5 Remaining battery power indication (page 134)
2 Focus range (page 57) h Select the focus range that corresponds to the distance to the subject. 7: The camera automatically focuses on the subject within a range of 50 cm (19.69 in.) to infinity (normal). 8: The camera focuses on a subject within a range of 1 cm (0.39 in.) to 80 cm (31.50 in.) (super macro).
SWITCHING THE OPERATING MODE SIMPLE Mode Playback Menu
Start slideshow OK
1 Slideshow (page 72) h Specify the slideshow settings and play the slideshow. 2 Playback volume (page 73) h Adjust the volume for video clip and audio file playback.
3 Delete (page 74) h Delete files. 4 S N (page 36) h Set to the NORMAL mode. 5 Remaining battery power indication (page 134)
SWITCHING THE OPERATING MODE Overview of the NORMAL Mode Setting Screen NORMAL Mode Recording Menu
PHOTO SCENE SELECT 1 FILTER 2 FLASH 3 SELF-TIMER EXIT OK
HD-SHQ 9 M-S
1 Video clip settings (page 80) <HD mode> &: Record at pixels, 30 fps (30p). <SD mode> (: Record at pixels, 60 fps (60p). ): Record at pixels, 30 fps (30p). <: Make an audio recording. 2 Still image settings (page 83) I: Image size is pixels. J: Image size is pixels (low compression). K: Image size is pixels (normal compression). Q: Image size is pixels (16:9 aspect ratio). G: Image size is pixels. ,: Image size is pixels (16:9 aspect ratio). [: Image size is pixels. v: 3456 2592-pixel sequential shots. t: 1600 1200-pixel sequential shots.
3 Scene select (page 84) =: Full auto setting a: Sports mode >: Portrait mode +: Landscape mode /: Night view portrait mode k: Snow & beach mode [: Underwater mode +: Fireworks mode Q: Lamp mode 4 Filter (page 84) &: No filter %: Cosmetic filter W: Monochrome filter ,: Sepia filter 5 Flash k: The camera will detect the subject brightness and use the flash only when necessary. m: The flash will operate with every image captured regardless of the conditions. l: The flash will not operate even in dark situations. 6 Self-timer (page 85) N: Self-timer is off. y: Shooting begins 2 seconds after the [ ] or [ ] button is pressed. x: Shooting begins 10 seconds after the [ ] or [ ] button is pressed. 7 Remaining battery power (page 134)
1 RECORDING MENU2
VIDEO STABILIZER 2 FOCUS 3 FOCUS MODE 1 EXP MEASURE 2 ISO 3
1 Video stabilizer (page 86) h Compensate for camera shake during video clip recording. \: Record with image stabilizer on. ]: Record without image stabilizer. 2 Focus range (page 87) h Select the focus range that corresponds to the distance to the subject. *: The camera automatically focuses on the subject within a range of 50 cm (19.69 in.) to infinity (normal). -: Set the focus distance manually (manual). +: The camera focuses on the subject within a range of 1 cm (0.39 in.) to 80 cm (31.50 in.) (super macro). 3 Focus mode (page 88) B: 9-point range finder focus C: Spot focus 4 Light-measuring mode (page 88) X: Multi-section light measuring W: Center-weighted light measuring Y: Spot light-measuring
5 ISO sensitivity (page 89) =: Sensitivity is set automatically *: Sets sensitivity to ISO 50 u: Sets sensitivity to ISO 100 v: Sets sensitivity to ISO 200 w: Sets sensitivity to ISO 400 6: Sets sensitivity to ISO 800 -: Sets sensitivity to ISO 1600 * The indicated ISO value is the standard output sensitivity. 6 Remaining battery power (page 134)
1 RECORDING MENUWHITE BALANCE 3 EXPOSURE FACE CHASER 1 HIGH SENSITIVITY 2 DIGITAL ZOOM 3
1 White balance (page 90) >: White balance is automatically adjusted depending on the ambient lighting (auto). r: For shooting in sunny conditions (fair) o: For shooting in overcast conditions (cloudy) p: For shooting under fluorescent lighting (fluorescent) q: For shooting under incandescent lighting (incandescent) ^: For setting the most accurate white balance (one push) 2 Exposure (page 91) @: The exposure is set automatically. T: Set the shutter speed manually. g: Set the aperture manually. H: Set the aperture and shutter speed manually. 3 Face chaser (page 92) -: Enable face chaser.: Disable face chaser.
Using the flash
The flash is not only used for photographing under dark conditions, but is also convenient for example when the subject is in shadow or lit from behind. The flash is available only when shooting single-shot still images.
Display the SIMPLE Mode Recording Menu (page 37), select the flash setting, and press the SET button. h The screen to select the flash operation appears.
9: The camera detects the subject brightness and uses the flash only when necessary. :: The flash operates with every image captured regardless of the conditions. ;: The flash does not operate even in dark situations.
Select the desired flash operation, and press the SET button. h This completes the flash operation setting. Press the [ ] button to take the picture.
CAUTION Do not touch the flash unit when shooting i The flash unit becomes very hot and may cause a burn. Avoid touching the flash unit when shooting. HINT i The flash works only when shooting single-shot still images. i The flash cannot be used during video clip recording. i By assigning an operation shortcut to an arrow button (pages 120 and 123), you can change the flash mode from the Recording Screen (NORMAL mode).
SHOOT A STILL IMAGE WHILE RECORDING A VIDEO CLIP
You can capture a still image (a single-shot) while recording a video clip.
Turn on the camera (page 30), and set it to the recording mode (page 35). Press the [ ] button.
] button ] button
When you see a scene youd like to capture as a still image. press the [ ] button. Press the [ ] button to end the video clip recording.
REC 00 : 00 : 09
HINT i When shooting a still image while recording a video clip, the flash does not operate. i When the remaining video recording time becomes approximately 50 seconds, it will no longer be possible to capture a still image while recording a video clip. The exact remaining recording time at which this occurs will differ depending on the subject and on the video clip mode setting (page 80). If you intend to capture a still image while recording a video clip, it is suggested that you take note of the remaining video recording time. About the recording size of still images i The size of a still image captured during video clip recording depends on the video clip recording size. Video clip recording size setting & ( ) h It is not possible to capture sequential shots. Still image recording size , (16:9) [ (4:3) t (4:3) [ (4:3)
Forward playback To accelerate playback Reverse playback
Return to normal playback speed
HINT If the a icon appears on the Playback Screen. i The a icon appears when playing back a file that was saved in segments (page 81). Although playback of these multiple files is continuous, there is a slight pause at the point where the files are joined.
PLAYING BACK VIDEO CLIPS AND STILL IMAGES How to save one frame from a video clip as a still image
Play back the video clip. Pause the playback at the point you wish to snap a photo. Press the [ ] button. h The currently displayed frame is saved as a still image.
HINT The size of a video clip file is very large i Therefore, be aware that if the video clip is uploaded to a computer to be played back, the computer may not be able to play back the video fast enough, making it appear jerky. (The video will always be displayed properly on the monitor or a television.) i Depending on the card, shooting may end even before the possible shooting time indicated. Display the video clip playback point i During video clip playback, press the MENU button for at least 1 second to display a bar showing the current playback point in the video clip. i Press the MENU button for about 1 second to cancel the bar. CAUTION During video clip playback, the sound of a motor is audible. i During recording, the sound of the optical zoom movement or autofocus movement was recorded. This is not a malfunction. If no audio is heard. i The audio is not played back when the video clip is played back in the frame-by-frame, fast playback or reverse playback mode.
You can play back files in succession with the slideshow playback feature.
Display the SIMPLE Mode Playback Menu (page 37), select the slideshow setting, and press the SET button. =: Play back all files. 3: Play back video clips and audio files. c: Play back still image files.
SLIDESHOW ALL VIDEO PHOTO START
Select the type of file to play back, and press the SET button. h Slideshow playback begins. h To stop slideshow playback, press the SET button or MENU button.
PLAYBACK MENU 1
Specify the settings for playing back files continuously in a slideshow format. In a slideshow of still images, you can set the transition time, transition effects and BGM.
Changing a setting
Select the item you wish to change, and press the SET button. Press the [T/]] or [W/P] button to change the setting. Press the SET button.
SLIDESHOW MODE TIME EFFECT BGM ALL 1 sec OFF OFF START OK
Begin the slideshow
Select START and press the SET button. h Slideshow playback begins. h To stop slideshow playback, press the SET button or MENU button.
HINT BGM for video clips? i When video clips are played back in a slideshow, the recorded audio track is played back; the BGM is not played.
PLAYBACK MENU 1 File protect setting
Prevent accidental erasure of image and audio files.
Protect files one by one
Display the file that you want to protect from accidental erasure, and display the NORMAL Mode Playback Menu (page 37). Select PROTECT and press the SET button. Select PROTECT SINGLE and press the SET button. h LOCK appears. h If the protect mode has already been enabled for the file, then UNLOCK appears. Press the [T/]] or [W/P] button to select LOCK, and press the SET button. h The protect mode is set for the file. h The protect mark B indicates that the file is locked.
LOCK EXIT OK
CAUTION i Even if the protect mode is set for certain files, they will be deleted if the card is reformatted.
HINT To select a different image in step 3. i Press the [G] or [H] button. To cancel the protect mode for a file. i Display the desired file and repeat steps 1 to 4. The protect mark B will disappear and the protect mode is canceled.
PLAYBACK MENU 1 Protect selected files
Select multiple files to protect.
Display the NORMAL Mode Playback Menu (page 37). Select PROTECT and press the SET button. Select PROTECT SELECTED and press the SET button. h Press the [G] or [H] button to move the orange frame to the file you wish to protect.
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<File number continued function ON> Card A File name (image number) 0001, 0002. 0012, 0013 Replace card Card B 0014, 0015. 0025, 0026
i If Card B already has files in it when it replaces Card A, file names are assigned as follows. When the highest file number on Card B (before replacing) is lower than the highest file number on Card A: the file name of the next recorded image continues from last file name recorded on Card A. Card A 0001, 0002.. 0012, 0013 Replace card Card B 0001, 0002, 0014, 0015.. 0025, 0026
Previously recorded files When the highest file number on Card B (before replacing) is higher than the highest file number on Card A: the file name of the next recorded image continues from last file name recorded on Card B. Card A 0001, 0002.. 0012, 0013
Replace card Card B 0020, 0021, 0022, 0023.. 0025, 0026
Previously recorded files
HINT i Until the file number continued function is turned OFF, consecutive file names are assigned. It is recommended that the file number continued function be returned to OFF at the end of each photography session.
INTRODUCTION TO THE OPTION SETTING MENU Formatting (initializing)
A card must be formatted with this camera: i After purchasing, when used for the first time, or i If it was formatted using a personal computer or another digital camera. The card cannot be formatted if the lock switch is set to the LOCK position. Proceed with the format procedure after setting the lock switch to the unlocked position. CAUTION Caution during formatting i Do not turn off the power to the camera or eject the card during formatting. Formatting erases the data i When a storage medium is formatted, all recorded files on the medium are erased. Protected data (pages 51 and 97) is also erased, so before formatting a card, any data you want to keep should be copied to your personal computers hard disk or other storage medium. Caution regarding disposing/transferring the card (recovering data from a reformatted card) i If a card is reformatted or the data is erased from the card using the camera or a computer, the cards control data may be merely modified and the data itself may not be completely erased from the card. i In some cases it may be possible to recover the data from a reformatted card using special software for that purpose. However, if the camera is used to execute a full format, it will be impossible to recover the data even by the use of data recovery software. i If you are disposing of a card, it is recommended that you physically destroy it. If you are transferring the card to someone else to use, it is recommended that you use the cameras full format function to reformat the card, or use commercially available software for erasing card data. Managing data is the responsibility of the user.
How can I get the distant view into focus?
Question When used in cold weather, why does the image seem to leave traces as it moves? Why does the displayed image contain some red, blue and green dots, or why are black spots visible? Why is the image too bright?
Answer Condition due to the monitor characteristics.
Action Not a malfunction. Spots that appear in the monitor only appear in the monitor and will not be recorded with the images.
The subject was too bright.
Why is the image out of focus? Viewing images
The focus is not locked properly.
Why is a part of the image missing?
The image was captured at close range.
When capturing an image, devise a way to compensate for a bright subject, for example, by changing the shooting angle. Hold the camera correctly and slowly press the [ ] button halfway to lock the focus. Then press the [ ] button all the way to capture the image. When capturing an image at close range, compose the image using the monitor.
Question Why is there no image (z is shown)? Answer This may happen when trying to play back images stored on a card from a different digital camera. If the subject moves or the camera is moved during recording, a distorted image may sometimes occur. Due to the characteristics of the camera, magnified images appear less clear. The image was captured using the digital zoom. Action Play back images that were recorded on a card using this camera.
Why is the playback image distorted?
Not a malfunction. This is a characteristic of the CMOS sensor.
Why isnt the magnified image clear?
Not a malfunction.
Why isnt the captured image clear? Can I play back image and sound files that I edited using my computer? Why is there a motor-like sound during video clip playback? Why is there no Connecting sound? to a TV
The sound of the cameras mechanical action was recorded. The volume on the TV is set to the minimum.
We cannot guarantee the accurate playback of files that have been edited using a computer. Not a malfunction.
Adjust the volume on the TV.
Question Why does a message appear during PictBridge printing? The Cannot edit video clips with unlike settings message appears. Why is a noise heard from a nearby TV or radio during battery recharging? Why does the Insufficient memory remaining message appear? Why does the Card is protected message appear? Why cant the camera be operated?
Answer There is a problem with the printer. You have attempted to join video clips having different resolutions or frame rates. Electromagnetic waves are emitted from the charger.
Action Please refer to the instruction manual for your printer. Select video clips that have the same resolution and frame rate.
Normal change occurring with battery use. Even with normal correct use of the lithium-ion battery, it has a tendency to swell as the number of charge and discharge cycles adds up and it gradually approaches the end of its service life.
Not a safety hazard. If the battery quickly becomes depleted, for example, it has reached the end of its service life. Replace it with a new battery pack.
Notes regarding the Scene Select feature and filters Scene Select
Setting Sports a Portrait > Landscape + Night view portrait / Snow & beach k Remarks Focus range: Fixed at *. Exposure: Fixed at @. Focus range: Fixed at *. Face chaser: Fixed at OFF. Exposure: Fixed at @. Focus range: Fixed at *. Exposure: Fixed at @. Still image setting: When sequential shots is active, changes to p. Focus range: Fixed at *. Exposure: Fixed at @. Focus range: Fixed at *. Flash: Fixed at l. ISO sensitivity: Fixed at =. Face chaser: Fixed at OFF. Exposure: Fixed at @. Still image setting: When sequential shots is active, changes to p.
Setting Remarks Focus range: Fixed at *. Flash: Fixed at l. Still image NR: Fixed at OFF. Exposure: Fixed at @. Still image setting: When sequential shots is active, changes to G. When set to Q or larger, the setting becomes G. ISO sensitivity: Fixed at =.
* The shutter speed decreases to 1/15 sec.
Setting Monochrome W Sepia , Remarks Still image mode: I cannot be selected.
About the scene select function and focus range settings
i The scene select function changes to = when the focus range is set to + or -. i Even if you set the focus range to + or -, it changes to * when the scene select function is set to any setting other than =.
Recorded image file format Still images: JPEG format (DCF, DPOF, Exif 2.2 compliant) Note: Designed mainly by the Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association (JEITA), DCF (Design rule for Camera File system) is standard for digital still camera image files to provide interoperability between digital photography devices for the images stored on removable memory cards. However, it is not guaranteed that all devices will support the DCF standard. Video clips: Conforms to ISO-standard MPEG-4 AVC/H.264* Audio: MPEG-4 audio (AAC compression) 48 kHz sampling rate, 16-bit stereo format Data storage Internal memory: Approx. 43 MB media SD Memory Card (accepts a maximum 32 GB SDHC Memory Card) Image sensor/ 1/2.5-inch (1.0 cm) CMOS sensor camera effective Still images: Approx. 9 million pixels number of pixels Videos (HD mode): Approx. 7.31 million pixels Videos (SD mode): Approx. 8.84 million pixels * Video clip files recorded with models VPC-CA65 and VPC-CG65 are in the same H.264 format as this model. However, such files cannot be played back, since they are not compatible due to differences such as the data compression method.
Still image shooting mode (recording resolution) I: pixels (approx. 12 million pixels) J: pixels (approx. 9 million pixels, low compression) K: pixels (approx. 9 million pixels, normal compression) Q: pixels (approx. 6.7 million pixels, 16:9 aspect ratio) t: pixels (approx. 2 million pixels) ,: pixels (approx. 900,000 pixels, 16:9 aspect ratio) [: pixels (approx. 300,000 pixels) v: pixels (approx. 9 million pixels, sequential shots) t: pixels (approx. 2 million pixels, sequential shots) HD mode &: pixels, 30 fps (30p) SD mode (: pixels, 60 fps (60p) ): pixels, 30 fps (30p) h The 60 fps frame rate of this camera is 59.94 fps, and the 30 fps frame rate is 29.97 fps. Focal length: f = 6.3 mm to 31.7 mm, Optical 5 zoom Open: F = 3.5 (Wide) to 4.7 (Tele) 8 groups, 11 elements (including three with five aspheric surfaces) Galvanometer iris Internal ND filter 35 mm film camera conversion Still image shooting: 38 mm to 190 mm (5) Video clip recording: 38 mm to 190 mm (5) Programmable AE/Shutter speed priority AE/ Aperture priority AE/Manual exposure control Exposure compensation available from the shooting Setting Screen (0 1.8 EV in 0.3 EV steps) Multi-section measuring, center-weighted measuring, spot measuring
Video clip recording mode (recording resolution)
Exposure control type
Minimum subject illumination Image stabilizer
Normal mode: 50 cm (19.69 in.) to infinity Super macro mode: 1 cm (0.39 in.) to 80 cm (31.50 in.) (Wide end only) For shooting: 1 to approx. 12 For playback: 1 to 62.5 (varies with resolution) Still image shooting mode: 1/2 to 1/1,500 sec. (Maximum approx. 2 seconds when scene select function set to lamp Q) (During flash: 1/30 to 1/1,500 sec.) Sequential shots mode: 1/15 to 1/1,500 sec. (no flash) Video clip recording mode: 1/30 to 1/10,000 sec. (1/15 sec. max.: when the scene select function is set to lamp Q or in the high sensitivity mode) Still image shooting (standard output sensitivity*)/ video clip recording mode: Auto (video clip recording: ISO 200 to 1600; still image shooting: ISO 50 to 400)/ISO 50, ISO 100, ISO 200, ISO 400, ISO 800, and ISO 1600 (switchable from shooting Setting Screen) h Sensitivity measured in compliance with the ISO standard (ISO 12232:2006). h Maximum ISO sensitivity up to 3200 equivalent when Scene Select function is set to Q. 16 lux (1/30 sec in the scene select AUTO mode) 4 lux (1/15 sec in the HIGH SENSITIVITY or lamp mode) Video: Electronic Still image: Electronic
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