This wall and car 2-in-1 battery charger kit charges the battery of Sharp VL-NZ10, VL-NZ100, VL-NZ100E, VL-NZ100H, VL-NZ100S. Its slim, lightweight design makes the charger extremely convenient for travel use and it is one of the most compact battery chargers on the market. The home and car travel rapid charger charges battery in approximately 1 to 2 hours based on the battery capacity. Dimensions: 3.25 x 1.75 x 1.5 inch; Weight: 2.4oz. Please note the charger is not original, it is a replacemen... Read more
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Sharp VL-NZ100s Digital Camcorder & Video Recorder, size: 4.4 MB
User reviews and opinions
|Mike||7:40am on Saturday, September 25th, 2010|
|Very easy to use - easy to switch from camcorder to camera m Resolution quality is very poor Easy to use, compact size, camera & camcorder in 1 if you take a lot of pictures buy a bigger card.|
|schusr||8:55am on Monday, August 23rd, 2010|
|Easy to use, multitude of functions for a low price. Short battery life 1.5/3.0 hours.|
|randomlogic||10:09am on Wednesday, June 30th, 2010|
|Easy to use, compact size, camera & camcorder in 1 if you take a lot of pictures buy a bigger card.|
|fdrake||3:53am on Thursday, June 3rd, 2010|
|I am (and have been) filming a Public Access show here in Fort Worth, Texas and needed a good video camera.|
|Ray & Libby||1:21am on Thursday, May 6th, 2010|
|Great entry-level and value Light and small to carry, easy to use with great features like 3 gramma setting(for brightness),optical and digital zoom.|
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COPYRIGHT WARNING: It is the intent of SHARP that this unit be used in full compliance with the copyright laws of the United States and that prior permission be obtained from copyright owners whenever necessary. NOTE The camcorders LCD panel is a very high technology product with more than 120,000 thin-film transistors*, giving you fine picture detail. Occasionally, a pixel may appear on the screen as a fixed point of blue, green, red, or black. Please note that this does not affect your camcorders performance. *Specifications are subject to change without notice. Trademarks Microsoft and Windows are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. DPOF is a trademark of CANON INC., Eastman Kodak Company, Fuji Photo Film Co., Ltd. and Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. All other brand or product names are registered trademarks or trademarks of their respective holders.
1. Read InstructionsCAll the safety and operating instructions should be read before the product is operated. 2. Retain InstructionsCThe safety and operating instructions should be retained for future reference. 3. Heed WarningsCAll warnings on the product and in the operating instructions should be adhered to. 4. Follow InstructionsCAll operating and use instructions should be followed. 5. CleaningCUnplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning. 6. AttachmentsCDo not use attachments not recommended by the product manufacturer as they may cause hazards. 7. Water and MoistureCDo not use this product near waterCfor example, near a bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink, or laundry tub; in a wet basement; or near a swimming pool; and the like. 8. AccessoriesCDo not place this product on an unstable cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table. The product may fall, causing serious injury to a child or adult, and serious damage to the product. Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table recommended by the manufacturer, or sold with the product. Any mounting of the product should follow the manufacturers instructions, and should use a mounting accessory recommended by the manufacturer. 9. A product and cart combination should be moved with care. Quick stops, excessive force, and uneven surfaces may cause the product and cart combination to overturn. 10. VentilationCSlots and openings in the cabinet are provided for ventilation and to ensure reliable operation of the product and to protect it from overheating, and these openings must not be blocked or covered. The openings should never be blocked by placing the product on a bed, sofa, rug, or other similar surface. This product should not be placed in a built-in installation such as a bookcase or rack unless proper ventilation is provided or the manufacturers instructions have been adhered to. Power SourcesCThis product should be operated only from the type of power source indicated on the marking label. If you are not sure of the type of power supply to your home, consult your product dealer or local power company. For products intended to operate from battery power, or other sources, refer to the operating instructions. Grounding or PolarizationCThis product may be equipped with a polarized alternating-current line plug (a plug having one blade wider than the other). This plug will fit into the power outlet only one way. This is a safety feature. If you are unable to insert the plug fully into the outlet, try reversing the plug. If the plug should still fail to fit, contact your electrician to replace your obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized plug. Power-Cord ProtectionCPower-supply cords should be routed so that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed upon or against them, paying particular attention to cords at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the product. LightningCFor added protection for this product during a lightning storm, or when it is left unattended and unused for long periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet and disconnect the antenna or cable system. This will prevent damage to the product due to lightning and power-line surges.
Quick Operation Guide
Inserting a Cassette 1
Attach the power source to the camcorder, then slide the cassette compartment door release and open the cassette compartment door.
After confirmation sound, the cassette holder extends and opens automatically.
Cassette compartment door release
Inserting a Card
You can use an SD Memory Card or a MultiMediaCard for storing still images.
Make sure that the Power switch is set to OFF. Slide the card slot cover release and open the card slot cover in the direction of the arrow.
Card slot cover release
Insert a commercially available cassette fully with the window facing outwards, and with the erasure protect tab facing upwards.
Erasure protect tab
Insert a card into the slot as shown below, and push it in as far as it will go.
Press the W mark gently until the cassette holder clicks into place.
After confirmation sound, the cassette holder retracts automatically.
Close the card slot cover.
Wait for the cassette holder to fully retract. Close the compartment door by pressing the center until it clicks into place.
Note: You cannot use a SmartMedia card or Memory Stick media. In this operation manual, card refers to the SD Memory Card or the MultiMediaCard.
REC START/STOP button Power Zoom control/Volume control STILL button
Push the Power Zoom control to T (1) (telephoto) or W (2) (wide angle) side.
Power Zoom control
SET button Operation button Media Selection switch Power switch
Tape Playback 1 2
Set the Media Selection switch to TAPE. Hold down the Lock button and set the Power switch to VCR.
Easy Camera Recording on Tape 3
Insert a cassette into the camcorder. Set the Media Selection switch to TAPE. Hold down the Lock button and set the Power switch to CAMERA.
The picture from the lens now displays.
Press j (or k) on the Operation button to rewind (or fast forward) the tape to the desired point.
AU T O
Press m to begin playback.
Press the REC START/STOP button to begin recording.
To stop playback
Push the Volume control to the L or + side to increase (1) or decrease (2) the volume.
To pause recording
Note: The listed model names are for U.S. accessories. For optional and additional accessories, contact your local dealer, call the Sharp Accessories and Supply Center at 1-800-642-2122, or visit SHARPs website (http://www.sharp-usa.com).
When the camcorder is not in use, remember to remove the cassette tape, turn off the power, and disconnect the camcorder from the power source. Do not aim the lens at the sun. Do not allow direct sunlight to strike the camcorder lens or LCD monitor screen, whether or not recording is in progress, as it may damage the CCD sensor or LCD screen surface. Be particularly careful when recording outside. When shooting in dark places, avoid sudden brightly lit objects or light sources, such as the sun. Otherwise, the image may white out. Should this happen, point the lens in a different direction until the picture returns to normal. Avoid magnetic sources. Using the camcorder near strong fluorescent lights, motors, televisions, or other magnetic sources may adversely affect recorded images. Using the camcorder near a broadcasting station or other powerful transmission source may cause buzzing or picture deterioration. Avoid shocks and dropping. Do not drop or otherwise subject the camcorder to hard shocks or strong vibrations. Bumping or striking the unit during recording will generate noise in the recorded image. Avoid placing the camcorder in close proximity to lighting equipment. The heat from incandescent lights may deform the camcorder, or cause it to malfunction. Always respect prohibitions or restrictions on the use of electronic equipment on commercial flights or in other sensitive areas. Be aware of the temperature and humidity. You can use your camcorder at 32F to 104F (0C to L40C), and at 30% to 80% relative humidity. Do not store the unit in an unventilated car in the summer, in direct sunlight, or near strong heat sources; this can result in severe damage to the unit casing and circuitry. Avoid situations where water, sand, dust or other foreign matter could get on or inside the camcorder, and do not use or leave your camcorder in areas with excessive smoke, steam or moisture. Such environments can cause malfunctions or cause mildew to form on the lenses. Be sure to keep the unit in a wellventilated location. Some small, portable tripods may be difficult to attach and may not be sturdy enough to support your camcorder. Be sure to use only a strong, stable tripod. When using your camcorder in a cold environment, the LCD monitor screen often appears less bright immediately after the power is turned on. This is not a malfunction. To prevent the camcorder from becoming too cold, wrap it in a thick cloth (a blanket, etc.).
Part Names... 1 On-screen Display Index.. 4 Warning Indicators.. 7
Attaching and Removing the Battery Pack.. 9 Charging the Battery Pack.. 10 Powering the Camcorder from an AC Outlet.. 11 Inserting and Removing a Cassette.. 12 Inserting and Removing a Card.. 13 Installing the Lithium Battery.. 14 Selecting the Language for the On-screen Display.. 15 Setting the Date and Time.. 16 Attaching the Lens Hood.. 17 Attaching the Wrist Strap.. 17 Using the Lens Cap... 17 Tips on Recording Positions.. 18
Preparation Basic Operations
Camera Recording Selecting the Camcorder Mode.. Easy Camera Recording on Tape in Full Auto Mode.. Zooming... Auto Focus.. Macro Shots... Remaining Recording Time Display.. Remaining Battery Power Display. Playback Tape Playback... Volume Control... Video Search... Still... Watching Playback on a TV...
Useful Features Advanced Features Digital Still Camera Features
Using the Menu Screens... 26 Camera Recording Displaying the Recording Guide.. Setting the Digital Zoom... Gamma Brightness Compensation.. Gain-up.. Fade In and Fade Out.. Quick Return... Edit Search.. 32
Still Recording on Tape.. Attaching the Supplied Tripod Adapter.. Wide Screen (16:9).. Digital Image Stabilization (DIS).. Self Recording... Recording in LP (Long Play Recording) Mode. Selecting the 16-bit Audio Recording Mode. Playback Using the Remote Control.. Displaying the Date and Time of Recording. Slow.... Gamma Playback... Copying an Image from Tape to Card.. Picture Effect Playback..
Camera Recording Manual Focus.. Manual Exposure.. White Balance Lock... Setting the Camcorder to Full Auto Mode.. Digital Picture Effects... Scene Menu (Program AE).. Playback Using the Time Code... Editing... Recording from an External Source.. Using the Camcorder as a Converter. Editing with the DV Terminal (IEEE1394). Selecting the Audio Playback Mode.. Audio Dubbing Feature..
Digital Still Camera Features
Camera Recording Card Recording... Selecting the Picture Quality.. Recording with the Self-timer.. Formatting a Card... Playback Card Playback... Delete Protection... Deleting Stored Images.. Print Order... Transferring Data on Card to Computer.. Installing the USB driver... Slide Show Playback...
You can also power the camcorder from a power outlet by using the supplied AC adapter.
Note: When using the AC adapter to power the camcorder, the battery pack is not charged. Cautions: BEFORE REMOVING THE DC PLUG, ALWAYS STOP RECORDING OR PLAYBACK AND TURN THE POWER OFF. Removing the DC plug while shooting or during playback may damage the tape by causing it to wrap around the video head drum or destroy the card, rendering it unreadble and unwritable. Disconnect the camcorder from the AC adapter if you will not use the camcorder for a long period of time.
Caution: The supplied AC adapter is specially designed for use with this camcorder, and should not be used as a power supply for other camcorders.
Make sure that the Power switch is set to OFF. Plug the AC adapter into a power outlet (1), then insert the DC plug into the DC input jack (2).
The camcorder is supplied power.
Hold down the Lock button and set the Power switch to CAMERA or VCR.
Inserting and Removing a Cassette
Perform step 1 above, then take out the cassette.
Cautions: Do not try to close the cassette compartment door while the cassette holder is extending or retracting. Be careful not to get your fingers caught in the cassette holder. Do not apply force to the cassette holder except when pressing the W mark to close it. Do not tilt the camcorder or hold it upside down when you are inserting or removing a cassette. It may damage the tape. Remove the cassette if you will not use the camcorder for a long period of time. If you do not correctly close the cassette holder in step 3, the cassette protection mechanism of the camcorder might eject the cassette. If this happens, repeat the insertion procedure. Do not attempt to pick up the camcorder by the cassette compartment door. Notes: If the battery power is too low, you may not be able to eject the cassette. Replace the battery pack with a fully charged one. See page 72 for more information on the video cassette tapes intended for use with this camcorder.
Inserting and Removing a Card
Perform steps 1 and 2 above, push the card (1) and pull the card straight out (2) as shown below.
Notes: You can use only the SD Memory Card or the MultiMediaCard (see page 71). The supplied card is preformatted for immediate use. See pages 73 and 74 for more information on the cards intended for use with this camcorder. Caution: Do not remove the card from the camcorder while recording data on the card (S indicator flashes during recording). This may delete the recorded image or damage the card.
About the write-protect switch
Press l or m to select the desired language, then press the SET button.
The menu screen displays in the language selected.
I D I OMA E NG L I SH F RAN A I S ESPAOL
Press l or m on the operation button to select the desired language, then press the SET button.
O T RO S P I T I DO C D. T I E MP O SAL I DA CT MODO D EMO. E SP A OL I D I OMA R E T ORNO
Press the MENU button to turn off the menu screen.
Note: The operation procedures in the following sections are based on using the English onscreen displays.
Setting the Date and Time
Press l or m to select JUN (month), then press the SET button.
SE T T I NG
JUN. 1. : AM
Example: Setting the date to June 2, 2003 (JUN. 2. 2003) and the time to 10:30 am (10:30 AM).
Press l or m to select 2 (day), then press the SET button.
JUN. 2. : AM
Press l or m to select 2003 (year), then press the SET button.
MENU button Operation button Note: Before performing the steps below, make sure that the lithium battery has been installed (see page 14).
Press l or m to select 10 AM (hour), then press the SET button.
Press l or m to select 30 (minute), then press the SET button.
The internal clock now starts operating.
Press the MENU button until the menu screen appears.
CLOCK SE T D I SPLAY S E T T I NG 12H / 24H R E T UR N
J A N. 1. : AM
Note: If the date and time have been set, the SETTING 1 screen (T) appears in step 2. Select SETTING in the CLOCK SET screen (P) using the Operation button and SET button.
Changing to the 24-hour Time Mode
Attaching the Wrist Strap
Attach the wrist strap to the wrist strap loop as shown below.
After performing step 8 above, press l or m to select 12H/24H, then press the SET button.
1 2H 2 4H
Press l or m to select 24H, then press the SET button.
H 2 4H
Caution: Do not swing the camcorder by the strap.
Notes: The date and time, once set, are internally recorded even when not displayed on the screen. The menu screen automatically turns off if no settings are made within five minutes.
Always attach the lens cap over the lens when not using the camcorder.
Tips on Recording Positions
To create images that are easy to watch during playback, try to record with an upright posture and steady hand to prevent a shaky image.
Holding the camcorder
Place your right thumb close to the REC START/STOP button and Power Zoom control. Place your left thumb on the thumb rest on the left side of the screen.
When recording, hang the lens cap on the wrist strap to keep the cap out of the way.
Take care not to cover the lens or microphone with your finger.
Place your elbows against your sides.
Balance your weight on both legs.
Shooting from a high angle
Turn the LCD monitor so that the screen faces downward.
Shooting from a low angle
Turn the LCD monitor so that the screen faces upward.
Basic Operations Basic Operations
Playback Recording Camera
Selecting the Camcorder Mode
This camcorder includes functions for use as both a video camera for recording and playing back images on tapes and as a digital still camera for recording and playing back still images on cards. One of the following camcorder modes needs to be set before starting any operation.
For recording motion and still images on a tape.
For playing back or editing motion and still images recorded on a tape.
Set the Media Selection switch to TAPE.
Hold down the Lock button and set the Power switch to VCR.
For recording still images on a card.
For playing back still images recorded on a card.
Set the Media Selection switch to CARD.
Note: To turn the power off, set the Power switch to OFF without pressing the Lock button. Caution: Do not change the camcorder mode by operating the Media Selection switch during recording or playback, as this may cause damage to the tape or card.
Easy Camera Recording on Tape in Full Auto Mode
Available mode: TAPE-CAMERA
Press the REC START/STOP button again. Recording pauses, and the camcorder enters Recording Standby mode.
Before you start recording, perform the operations described on pages 9 through 18 to prepare your camcorder for recording.
REC START/STOP button Power switch
To turn the power off
Set the Power switch to OFF without pressing the Lock button.
Notes: Battery power is consumed in Recording Standby mode. Turn off the power if you will not be recording again soon. If the camcorder remains in Recording Standby mode for more than 5 minutes in TAPE-CAMERA mode, the power will automatically turn off to save battery power and to protect the tape from being damaged. To resume recording, set the Power switch to OFF and then back to CAMERA. (The camcorder will make a confirmation sound when it is left in Recording Standby mode for about 4 minutes.)
Media Selection switch
Remove the lens cap. Set the Media Selection switch to TAPE. Hold down the Lock button and set the Power switch to CAMERA.
The picture from the lens now displays. The camcorder is now ready to record (Recording Standby mode).
Maximum continuous recording and actual recording times in TAPE-CAMERA mode
Battery pack BT-L225 Max. continuous recording time approx. 1hr. 30min. approx. 3hr. Actual recording time approx. 50min. approx. 1hr. 40min.
BT-L445 Note: If AUTO is not displayed at this time, set the camcorder to Full Auto mode (see page 44).
Note: Using the zoom (see page 21) and other functions or turning the power on and off frequently will increase power consumption. This may result in a decrease in the actual recording time compared to the maximum continuous recording time listed above.
Basic Operations Camera Recording
Zooming allows you to move visually closer to or farther from a subject without physically changing your position. When using the optical zoom, you can enlarge the subject up to 10K.
Zooming in (when you want to center attention on the subject)
The camcorder is preset to Auto Focus mode, which is designed to focus on most types of subjects. In Auto Focus mode, the camcorder automatically focuses on the subject in the center of the scene. Always keep the subject in the center of the scene.
Wide angle Zooming out (when you want to includes the surroundings)
Notes: If no subject is in the center of the scene, the focus area will expand and the subject nearest Telethe center will be focused on. photo If no subject is displayed, the camcorder will automatically zoom out until a subject comes into the frame. Auto Focus may not work in the situations described on page 42. In these situations, use the manual focus function.
Push the Power Zoom control to the T (telephoto) side to get a close-up view (1).
Push the Power Zoom control to the W (wide angle) side to get a wide field of view (2).
This camcorder lets you shoot close-up images of small objects such as flowers and insects, or make title frames for your videos. When you want to record a magnified image of a subject which is within approximately 5 feet (1.5 m) of the camcorder, do not zoom in on it. Instead, zoom out all the way by pushing the Power Zoom control to the W side, and then move the camcorder closer to the subject until you obtain the desired angle of view. The camcorder will automatically focus on the subject when the lens is set for the widest angle.
Zoom range indicator
W T Z OOM 3
The zoom range indicator shows you the current zoom setting. The zoom speed depends on how far you push the Power Zoom control. Notes: The camcorder is unable to focus when zooming in on subjects within 5 feet (1.5 m). The camcorder will automatically zoom out until it is able to focus on the subject. See page 28 for how to use the digital zoom. Note: When you are recording a macro shot, be sure that the subject receives sufficient illumination.
Useful Features Useful features
Camera Recording Camera Recording
Displaying the Recording Guide
Turning on the recording guide
The example screens shown are for TAPECAMERA mode.
This function helps you decide on the size of the subject occupying the screen. Select one of five recording guides.
In TAPE-CAMERA or CARD-CAMERA mode, press the MENU button until the menu screen appears. Press l or m on the operation button to select T, then press the SET button. Press l or m to select GUIDE, then press the SET button.
S E T T I NG 1 P I C. E F F E C T S C E N E ME NU QK. R E T U RN OF F GU I D E ON R E T U RN
Cross: A cross mark at the center of the screen for placing the subject at the center.
Focus: Focus brackets for guiding you to the focus area.
Landscape: Grid lines dividing the screen into 9 areas to help you with the horizontal and vertical composition. Snapshot: For capturing a small group of friends in a frame with surrounding background. Portrait: Green frame fitting a full-body view and yellow frame fitting an upper-body view.
Press l or m to select ON, then press the SET button.
GU I DE
Selecting the recording guide
Press l or m on the Operation button.
To turn off the recording guide
Select OFF in step 4 above, then press the SET button.
Note: When using manual focus, you cannot change the recording guide.
Setting the Digital Zoom
The D digital zoom indicator is displayed during digital zooming.
You can select three different zoom ranges: 1 10K (optical zoom), 1040K (digital zoom) or 10300K (digital zoom). The digital zoom allows you to record powerful close-up pictures with the same operation as normal zooming.
Notes: The digital zoom is in addition to the optical zoom giving a combined maximum zoom range of 1300K. As the image is enlarged digitally, the picture quality decreases when higher digital zoom settings are used.
T D - ZOOM 2 5
Digital zoom indicator
In TAPE-CAMERA or CARD-CAMERA mode, press the MENU button until the menu screen appears. Press l or m on the operation button to select Y, then press the SET button. Press l or m to select DGTL ZOOM, then press the SET button.
To use optical zoom only
Select OFF in step 4 above.
Press l or m to select 40 or 300, then press the SET button.
Useful features Camera Recording
Gamma Brightness Compensation
To obtain a brighter picture
Press the GAMMA/BRIGHTER button again. The x indicator appears.
D I SPL AY
DA T E + T I ME
Press the MENU button until the date (or date and time) displays.
J UN. AU T O 2. 0 : AM min
Copying an Image from Tape to Card
The gamma playback function improves the playback picture in TAPE-VCR mode by increasing the brightness of the subject while leaving the brighter portions of the image unaffected.
You can capture your favorite image frame from a video tape recording and save it on card.
Insert the recorded Mini DV cassette and a card in the camcorder. Set the camcorder to TAPE-VCR mode, then begin tape playback. Press m on the Operation button at the point where the desired image appears.
A still picture of the image is displayed.
During playback in TAPE-VCR mode, press the GAMMA/BRIGHTER button once.
GAMMA1 appears, and the picture becomes brighter.
GAMMA 1 A UD I O 1 + 2
Note: To cancel the still picture, press m again.
To obtain a brighter picture, press the GAMMA/ BRIGHTER button again.
Press the STILL button to copy the image to the card.
The S indicator flashes red while the image is copied.
CARD A UD I O 1 + 2
GAMMA 2 A UD I O 1 + 2
To cancel Gamma Playback
Press the GAMMA/BRIGHTER button until GAMMA1 and GAMMA2 disappear.
Note: Gamma Playback has no effect during still playback.
Note: When displaying the image copied with this function on the computer monitor, you may find black bands around the image. This is caused by the differences in how each media displays images.
Picture Effect Playback
Press l or m to select the desired picture effect, then press the SET button.
P I C. E F F E C T B W
These picture effects let you play back images with a more dramatic effect.
B/W: The picture is displayed in black-andwhite. SEPIA: The picture is displayed in sepia color similar to that of an old photograph. SOLARI: The contrast of the subject is enhanced, creating a unique artistic image. NEGA: The blacks and whites of the image are reversed and colors of the image are inverted. BLUE: The picture is displayed with the effect of playback through a blue filter.
Selecting the Audio Playback Mode
Press l or m on the operation button to select V, then press the SET button. Press l or m to select AUDIO, then press the SET button.
P L AY BACK SE T P I C. E F F E C T A U D I O DU B 1+2 AUD I O ANL G DGT L R E T U RN
You can select any of the following audio playback modes. Audio 1+2 12-bit recording in stereo (Audio 1 and Audio 2 channels) 16-bit recording in stereo (left and right channels) Audio 1 12-bit recording in stereo (Audio 1 channel only) 16-bit recording in mono (left channel only) Audio 2 12-bit recording in stereo (Audio 2 channel only) 16-bit recording in mono (right channel only)
Press l or m to select the desired audio playback mode, then press the SET button.
AUD I O
The selected audio playback mode indicator only appears when the onscreen indicators are turned on.
Audio playback mode indicator
Play back a Mini DV cassette with dubbed audio. Press the MENU button until the menu screen appears.
Note: The audio playback mode indicator, AUDIO, displays in different colors depending on the recording mode (12- or 16-bit) used for the recording being played back. A white display indicates 12-bit recording mode, while a green indicates 16-bit.
Audio Dubbing Feature
In normal recording mode
12-bit audio recording The audio is recorded in stereo on Audio 1. Audio 1: Stereo (left and right) sound Audio 2: No audio 16-bit audio recording The audio is recorded in stereo with the left and right sound on two separate channels. Audio 1: Left sound Audio 2: Right sound
You can add narration to recordings made with this camcorder, while preserving the original audio and video recordings.
Microphone for Audio Dubbing
You can use the built-in stereo microphone to record narration.
Built-in stereo microphone
In Audio Dubbing mode
12-bit audio recording The dubbed audio is recorded on Audio 2. Audio 1: Original stereo (left and right) sound Audio 2: Dubbed stereo (left and right) sound 16-bit audio recording The dubbed audio is recorded on Audio 2 over the original right sound. Both dubbed and original sounds are mono. Audio 1: Original left sound Audio 2: Dubbed sound
Note: You can select the 12-bit or 16-bit audio recording mode by performing the procedure on page 37.
Notes: Audio dubbing does not function through the DV terminal. You cannot use audio dubbing with recordings made in LP mode. You cannot use the built-in stereo microphone for audio dubbing when the audio/video cable is connected.
To pause audio dubbing
Press the SET button. To resume audio dubbing, press the SET button again.
Play back the recorded Mini DV cassette and locate the tape position where you wish to start audio dubbing. Press m to pause playback. Press the MENU button until the menu screen appears. Press l or m on the operation button to select V, then press the SET button. Press l or m to select AUDIO DUB, then press the SET button.
NORMA L E C O N OMY F I NE
Press l or m to select the desired setting, then press the SET button.
RE C MODE
E C ONOMY
Approximate number of recordable images with the supplied card
Picture quality setting NORMAL ECONOMY FINE Approx. number of images 8 MB MB 120
The selected picture quality indicator only appears when the on-screen indicators are turned on.
CARD 10 / 150 E C O N OMY
Note: The number of recordable images differs depending on the combination of picture quality settings used and the images shot.
Picture quality indicator Note: The picture quality indicator is also displayed in CARD-VCR mode. The picture quality indicator displayed during playback is based on the amount of data for that recorded image. Since the amount of data differs depending on factors such as image detail, sometimes the picture quality indicator displayed during playback may not match the picture quality setting used during recording.
Digital Still Camera Features Card Recording
Recording with the Selftimer
Press the STILL button fully to set the timer.
The self-timer operating indicator flashes while the timer counts down.
Self-timer operating indicator
CARD 10 / 80 NORMAL
The self-timer function allows you to record images after a time-lag of 10 seconds. This is convenient when you want to record an image of you and your friends together.
In CARD-CAMERA mode, press the MENU button until the menu screen appears. Press l or m on the operation button to select T, then press the SET button. Press l or m to select SELF TIMER, then press the SET button.
S E T T I NG 1 P I C. E F F E C T S C E N E ME NU S E L F T I ME R E X E C U T E GU I D E R E T U RN
The shutter automatically releases after 10 seconds, and a still image of the subject is recorded.
Notes: When recording with the self-timer, stabilize the camcorder in the horizontal plane by attaching it to a tripod, etc. To cancel the self-timer, press the STILL button fully again in step 4 above. Self-timer mode cancels after recording one image. Repeat steps 1 to 4 to record another image with the self-timer. Caution: Do not turn the power off or remove the card once the self-timer operating indicator begins flashing.
Formatting a Card
Press l or m to select FORMAT, then press the SET button.
This wall and car 2-in-1 battery charger kit charges the battery of Sharp VL-NZ10, VL-NZ100, VL-NZ100E, VL-NZ100H, VL-NZ100S. Its slim, lightweight design makes the charger extremely convenient for travel use and it is one of the most compact battery chargers on the market. The home and car travel rapid charger charges battery in approximately 1 to 2 hours based on the battery capacity. Dimensions: 3.25 x 1.75 x 1.5 inch; Weight: 2.4oz. Please note the charger is not original, it is a replacement made by iTEKIRO. The charger is certified by CE & RoHS.
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