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LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY CAMCORDER
Printed on 100% post-consumer recycled paper.
Printed in Malaysia TINSLA106WJN1 04P03-M-G
Before using the camcorder, please read this operation manual carefully, especially page vi.
WARNING To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose this apparatus to dripping or splashing. No objects filled with liquids, such as vases, should be placed on the apparatus. This equipment should be used with the recommended AC adapter or battery pack. CAUTION To prevent electric shocks and fire hazards, do NOT use any other power source. Important: Audio-visual material may consist of copyrighted works which must not be recorded without the authority of the owner of the copyright. Please refer to relevant laws in your country.
CAUTION To prevent shock, do not open the cabinet. No user serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified dealer or service centre.
Power supply: This unit can be operated by connecting it to either the AC adapter or battery pack. The AC adapter incorporates the AUTO VOLTAGE (AC 110240 V, 50/60 Hz) function.
NOTE The LCD panel of this camcorder is a very high technology product with more than 215,000 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 the performance of your camcorder.
*Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Supplied Accessories.... v Optional Accessories... v Precautions.... vi
Part Names... 1 Warning Indicators.. 4 Attaching and Removing the Battery Pack. 5 Charging the Battery Pack.. 7 Powering the Camcorder from an AC Outlet.. 8 Inserting and Removing a Cassette.. 9 Installing the Lithium Batteries.. 10 Selecting the Language for the On-screen Display.. 12 Setting the Date and Time. 13 Using the Lens Cap... 14 Adjusting the Hand Strap.. 15 Using the Grip.. 15 Detaching the Lens Hood.. 16 Using the Viewfinder.. 16 Using the LCD Monitor... 18 Tips on Recording Positions.. 19 Camera Recording Easy Camera Recording in Full Auto Mode.. 20 Zooming... 21 Power Standby Mode.. 22 Turning on/off the Backlight.. 22 Auto Focus.. 23 Macro Shots... 23 Remaining Recording Time Display. 23 Remaining Battery Power Display. 24 Information Display for Battery Usage. 24 Playback Playback... 25 Volume Control.. 26 Still.. 26 Video Search.. 26 Watching Playback on a TV.. 27
Control Buttons... 28 Using the Mode Screens.. 28 Using the Menu Screens.. 29 Camera Recording Setting the Digital Zoom.. 30 Backlight Compensation (BLC).. 31 Gain-up... 32 Fade In and Fade Out.. 33 Quick Return.. 34 Edit Search.. 35 Still Recording.. 35 Digital Image Stabilization (DIS).. 36 Wide Mode.. 36 Power Save Mode.. 37 Windbreak... 37 Self Recording.. 38 Recording in LP (Long Play Recording) Mode.. 40 Selecting the 16-bit Audio Recording Mode. 41 Playback Using the Remote Control (Not supplied). 42 Selecting the Date and Time of Recording Display... 43 Picture Effect Playback... 44 Rotate Playback.. 45 Stretch Playback... 46
What is dew formation? When cold water is poured into a glass, dew drops form on the glass. This clinging of water drops is called dew formation. When dew forms in your camcorder. Dew will gradually form on the head drum of your camcorder and make the video tape stick to the head. This causes damage both to the head and the tape. When dew forms, recording and playback may not function properly. Dew is likely to form in the following circumstances: When moving the camcorder from a cold place to a warm place. When placing the camcorder in a cold room which is then heated rapidly. When moving the camcorder outdoors from an air conditioned room or car. When placing the camcorder in the direct path of air blowing from an air conditioner. When placing the camcorder in a humid room. How to prevent trouble. When using the camcorder in a place where dew is likely to form, allow the camcorder and the video tape to acclimatise to the surroundings for about one hour.
For example, when bringing the camcorder indoors after skiing, place it in a plastic bag.
Plastic bag 1 Be sure to tightly seal the plastic bag containing the camcorder. 2 Remove the bag when the air temperature inside it reaches the temperature of the room. Dew warning feature If dew forms, the word DEW flashes on the screen, and the power will automatically turn off in approximately 10 seconds.
1 If DEW flashes, remove the cassette, leave the cassette compartment open, and wait for a few hours to allow the camcorder to acclimatise to the surrounding temperature. 2 To use the camcorder again, turn on the power after waiting for a few hours. Be sure that DEW has disappeared. 3 Do not insert a cassette while DEW is flashing; this may result in damage to the tape. 4 Since dew forms gradually, it may take 10 to 15 minutes before the dew warning feature engages.
Dirty Video Heads
When the video heads have become clogged with dirt (dust and tape coating particles),
The chart specifies the approximate times in minutes. Notes: Charge the battery pack between 10C and 30C. The battery pack may not charge properly at temperatures too low or too high. The battery pack and AC adapter become warm during charging. This is not a malfunction. 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. The charging time and recording time may vary depending on the ambient temperature and the condition of the battery pack. See pages 72 and 73 for more information on using the battery pack. Charge only SHARP model BT-L227 battery packs. Other types of battery packs may burst, causing personal injury and damage. When attaching the supplied audio/video/Svideo cable, remove the DC plug, open the terminal cover and connect it.
To power outlet
Insert the DC plug into the DC IN jack of the camcorder.
The POWER/CHARGE (RED) indicator lights up red. POWER/CHARGE (RED) indicator
DC IN jack
DC plug The POWER/CHARGE (RED) indicator turns off when the battery is charged.
Remove the DC plug from the DC IN jack, then remove the AC adapter from the power outlet.
Powering the Camcorder from an AC Outlet
You can also power the camcorder from a power outlet by using the supplied AC adapter.
Hold down the Lock button and set the Power switch to v or w.
The POWER/CHARGE (RED) indicator lights up green.
Note: 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. Connect the supplied power cord to the AC power socket on the AC adapter, and insert the AC plug into a power outlet.
Notes: 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. Disconnect the AC adapter from the camcorder if you will not use the camcorder for a long period of time.
POWER/CHARGE (RED) indicator
Inserting and Removing a Cassette
Wait for the cassette holder to fully retract. Close the compartment door by pressing its centre until it clicks into place.
Attach the power source to the camcorder, then slide and hold the cassette compartment door release as you open the cassette compartment door.
After confirmation sound, the cassette holder extends and opens automatically. Cassette compartment door release
Zooming in (when you want to centre attention on the subject)
To turn the power off
Set the Power switch to OFF without pressing the Lock button.
Zooming out (when you want to include the surroundings)
Zooming in Remaining in Recording Standby mode for 5 minutes
If the camcorder remains in Recording Standby mode over 5 minutes, the camcorder automatically enters stop mode to protect the tape from damage.
To resume Recording Standby mode from stop mode, press the STANDBY button (see page 22). To resume recording from stop mode directly, press the Record Start/Stop button. However, it may need several seconds to resume recording after pressing the Record Start/Stop button.
W T Z OOM 3
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).
Power Zoom control
Zoom range indicator 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 closer than 1.5 m. See page 30 for how to use the digital zoom.
Basic Operations Camera Recording
Power Standby Mode
Power Standby mode allows you to prevent accidental recording by locking all operations except cancelling the mode.
Turning on/off the Backlight
You can see the on-screen display outdoors on a sunny day or in a location with bright lighting even when the backlight turns off. Also, this function is useful when watching playback on a TV.
Hold down the STANDBY button for more than 2 seconds when you pause recording.
The screen turns off and the STANDBY indicator lights up.
LCD LAMP button
Hold down the LCD LAMP button for more than 2 seconds to turn off the backlight.
H will flash for 2 seconds, then lights up.
To turn on the backlight
Hold down the LCD LAMP button for more than 2 seconds.
To resume operation
Press the STANDBY button again to return to the Recording Standby mode.
It takes about 2 seconds to be able to start recording. Notes: Power Standby will cancel and the STANDBY indicator will turn off in these situations below: When the camcorder remains in Power Standby mode for more than 5 minutes When the camcorder is set to Playback mode When removing the battery pack When removing a cassette The camcorder will enter stop mode automatically 5 minutes after setting Power Standby mode if it remains in Recording Standby mode after cancelling Power Standby mode. When Power Standby mode, for example, is cancelled after 3 minutes, the camcorder will enter stop mode if 22 recording is not started within 2 minutes.
Warning indicator Approx. remaining time
T HE T A P E E NDS SOON.
Less than 1 min.
CHANGE THE CAS SE T T E. T APE END
The tape has reached the end.
Remaining Battery Power Display
When using the camcorder with the battery pack as the power source, the remaining battery power indicator is displayed. If the battery power becomes very low, a warning indicator appears. Replace the battery pack.
Information Display for Battery Usage
When the camcorder operates with the battery pack, the battery usage indicator appears beside the remaining battery power indicator.
Battery usage indicator for the battery pack attached to the camcorder
Battery usage indicator for the optional external battery with hand strap BT-LCA1
(Green) (Green) (Red) Remaining battery power indicator
When both indicators appear, the camcorder consumes power from both battery packs. When one indicator appears, it consumes power from the indicated battery pack.
BAT T ERY I S TOO LOW.
Notes: The remaining battery power indicator appears when the on-screen indicators are turned on. Use the remaining battery power indicator only as an approximate indication. The remaining battery power indicator may change to either a higher or lower level if you set the Power switch to OFF and then back to v or w. In cold environments, the red remaining battery power indicator may appear sooner. Use of the zoom functions when the warning indicator is displayed may cause the camcorder to suddenly lose power.
The LCD monitor screen functions as a handy playback monitor. Nothing needs to be connected, allowing instant on-screen playback with the sound through the built-in speaker.
Note: If you press the Record Start/Stop button in Playback mode, the g mark appears and the camcorder enters Recording Standby mode. If you do not intend to record, press l to turn the g mark off, then press m to begin playback. This will ensure your previous recording is not erased (see pages 6265).
To stop playback
Power switch Operation button
Hold down the Lock button and set the Power switch to w.
Press j (or k) on the Operation button to rewind (or fast forward) the tape to the desired point.
Notes: The tape automatically rewinds when playback reaches the end of the tape. When selecting 5 MIN or 10 MIN in power save mode and remaining in stop mode without any operation for 5 or 10 minutes, the camcorder will turn off automatically.
Watching the playback in the viewfinder
PAUSE MANU A L S E T E X E C U T E F OCUS AUTO F OCUS BLC / GA I N AU TO 3 0min
Information display off
To turn off the mode screen
Press the DISPLAY/MODE SET button.
Note: Items that are not selectable are greyed out.
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Using the Menu Screens
Use the menu screens to adjust the various camcorder settings.
Press l or m to select the desired menu item (DGTL ZOOM), then press the centre of the Operation button.
S E T T I NG 1 Q K. R E T U RN W I D E MOD E DG T L Z O OM OF F TAPE SPEE D R E T URN 500
You can press k, instead of the centre of the Operation button.
MENU button Power switch
See pages 80 and 81 for the menu items you can select in each mode. Steps 2 to 5 show how to change the DGTL ZOOM menu setting in Camera mode.
Press l or m to select the desired menu setting (40), then press the centre of the Operation button.
DG T L ZOOM
S E T T I NG 1 Q K. R E T U RN W I D E MOD E DG T L Z O OM TAPE SPEE D R E T URN S T AR T OF F OF F SP
You can press j, instead of the centre of the Operation button. To adjust another menu item, press l or m to select RETURN and press the centre of the Operation button, then perform steps 3 to 5.
To turn off the menu screen
Press the MENU button.
Notes: Certain menu items are common in both Camera and Playback modes. If the BEEP menu item, for example, is set to OFF in Camera mode, it will be automatically set to OFF in Playback mode. The menu screen automatically turns off if no settings are made within 5 minutes. Items that are not selectable are greyed out.
Note: The menu screen does not appear during recording.
Press l or m on the Operation button to select the desired menu screen (T), then press the centre of the Operation button.
S E T T I NG 1 OF F W I D E MOD E DG T L Z O OM O F F TAPE SPEE D SP R E T URN
QK. RETURN START
You can press k, instead of the centre of Operation button.
Camera Recording Setting the Digital Zoom
The D digital zoom indicator is displayed during digital zooming.
You can select three different zoom ranges: 110K (optical zoom), 1040K (digital zoom) or 10500K (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 1500K. As the image is enlarged digitally, the picture quality decreases when higher digital zoom settings are used.
T D- Z OOM 2 5
Digital zoom indicator
To use optical zoom only
Select OFF in step 4 above.
In Camera mode, press the MENU button to display the menu screen. Press l or m on the Operation button to select T, then press the centre of the Operation button. Press l or m to select DGTL ZOOM, then press the centre of the Operation button.
Press l or m to select 40 or 500, then press the centre of the Operation button.
Backlight Compensation (BLC)
When the subject is backlit, the image will appear dark if it is recorded normally. Use the backlight compensation (BLC) function to brighten the entire screen.
Press the DISPLAY/MODE SET button to turn off the mode screen.
x appears when on-screen indicators are turned on, indicating that the backlight compensation is now working.
In Camera mode, press the DISPLAY/ MODE SET button until the mode screen appears.
To cancel the backlight compensation function
Select OFF in step 3 above.
Press l or m on the Operation button to select BLC/GAIN, then press the centre of the Operation button.
Press l or m to select ON x, then press the centre of the Operation button.
BLC / GA I N
Useful Features Camera Recording
When you are recording in a dark or poorly illuminated location, LIGHT is displayed on the screen. Use the gain-up function to record a brighter picture.
Note: At locations where lighting is adequate, LIGHT will not appear. The gain-up function cannot be used in this case.
To cancel the gain-up function
Notes: You may experience some picture noise in Gain-up mode, which increases when the e appears. When the e indicator appears, you may get a shadow image behind a subject that is moving around a lot. Fine brightness adjustments are possible when using manual iris (see page 51). The e indicator will disappear and Gain-up mode will cancel if you aim the camcorder in a bright location.
Normal screen Wide screen
In Camera mode, press the MENU button to display the menu screen. Press l or m on the Operation button to select Y, then press the centre of the Operation button. Press l or m to select DIS, then press the centre of the Operation button.
S E T T I NG 2 ON DIS A U D I O MO D E O F F W I ND R E T URN
In Camera mode, press the MENU button to display the menu screen. Press l or m on the Operation button to select T, then press the centre of the Operation button. Press l or m to select WIDE MODE, then press the centre of the Operation button.
S E T T I NG 1 Q K. R E T U RN W I D E MOD E OF F DG T L Z O OM ON TAPE SPEE D R E T URN
The DIS indicator only appears when the on-screen indicators are turned on.
The picture is displayed with the top and bottom portions masked.
To cancel DIS function
Select OFF in step 4 above. The z indicator will disappear.
Notes: The DIS function cannot compensate for excessive image shaking. When image shaking does not occur (e.g. when using the camcorder on a tripod), turn off the DIS function. The picture will appear more natural when the DIS function is off.
To return to normal screen
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Power Save Mode
Power save mode will turn off the camcorder automatically to save battery power when the camcorder is not in use for 5 or 10 minutes.
Note: To resume recording or playback, set the Power switch to OFF, then back to v or w. The example screens shown are for Camera mode.
The windbreak function allows you to reduce annoying noise from strong winds when recording.
In Camera mode, press the MENU button to display the menu screen. Press l or m on the Operation button to select Y, then press the centre of the Operation button. Press l or m to select WIND, then press the centre of the Operation button.
S E T T I NG 2 DIS A UD I O MOD E OF F W I ND R E T U RN ON
Turn on the camcorder, then press the MENU button to display the menu screen. Press l or m on the Operation button to select ~, then press the centre of the Operation button. Press l or m to select POWER SAVE, then press the centre of the Operation button.
OTHE RS 2 POW E R S A V E O F F T I ME CO D E 5 MIN T C OU T MI N 12H / 24H DA T E D I S P. S E T T I NG R E T UR N
W I ND
Press l or m to select 5 MIN or 10 MIN, then press the centre of the Operation button.
CANC E L
Press m to begin audio dubbing. Record your narration.
To pause audio dubbing
Press l. To resume audio dubbing, press m again.
To cancel audio dubbing
Press the centre of the Operation button in step 4. The audio dubbing screen disappears.
Selecting the Audio Playback Mode
You can select any of the following audio playback modes. Audio 1H2
Press l or m on the Operation button to select V, then press the centre of the Operation button. Press l or m to select AUDIO, then press the centre of the Operation button.
P L AY BACK SE T ROTA T E PB AUD I O 1+2 *ANL G DGT L 1 R E T U RN 2
12-bit recording in mono (Audio 1 and Audio 2 channels) 16-bit recording in mono
12-bit recording in mono (Audio 1 channel only) 16-bit recording in mono
12-bit recording in mono (Audio 2 channel only) 16-bit recording in mono
Note: This camcorder can output stereo sound when a tape is recorded in stereo.
Press l or m to select the desired audio playback mode, then press the centre of the Operation button.
AUD I O
Playback a Mini DV cassette with dubbed audio. Press the MENU button to display the menu screen.
The selected audio playback mode indicator only appears when the onscreen indicators are turned on.
Audio playback mode indicator Note: The audio playback mode indicator, AUDIO, displays in different colours depending on the recording mode (12- or 16bit) used for the recording being played back. A white display indicates 12-bit recording mode, while a green indicates 16bit.
Video editing lets you refine your videos by removing unwanted sequences from your tape, or transposing one sequence with another. This camcorder lets you monitor the source program on the built-in LCD monitor without having to connect it to an external TV or video monitor.
Cutting Unwanted Sequences
Connect the camcorder to a VCR with the supplied audio/video/S-video cable, as shown.
Play back the tape to be edited on the camcorder, and locate the beginning and end of the sequence you wish to cut. Write down the time code reading at the beginning and end of that sequence (see page 57). Then, rewind the tape to before the beginning of the portion that you wish to keep. Load a video cassette into the recording VCR. Press m on the camcorder to begin playback, then press the Record button on the VCR to begin recording. Press the Pause/Still button on the VCR to pause recording when the source tape reaches the beginning of the sequence to be cut. Press the Pause/Still (or Record) button on the VCR to resume recording when the source tape reaches the end of the sequence to be cut.
Audio/video/S-video cable (supplied) Playback
To stop editing
Press l on the camcorder and press the Stop button on the VCR.
To AV terminal Notes: Some of the transitions between edited sequences may be slightly off. There may be picture noise during video search or still playback. This does not imply a defect in the camcorder. The time code display will be recorded along with the edited sequences if the TC OUT menu item is set to ON. Set to OFF before editing (see page 57).
: The arrow shows the signal flow. Notes: If your VCR has a 21-pin Euro-SCART connector, use a commercially available RCA/21-pin Euro-SCART conversion connector. See page 2 for how to open the terminal cover. If your VCR has only one audio input jack, use the white plug for the audio connection on the VCR. If your VCR has an S-video input socket, you do not need to connect the yellow video plug.
Recording from an External Source (VL-Z300 only)
You can use this camcorder to record or edit videos from another source, such as a VCR or TV.
Notes: This function cannot be used with VLZ100. If your TV or VCR has a 21-pin Euro-SCART connector, use the RCA/21-pin Euro-SCART conversion connector (QSOCZ0361CEZZ). 21-pin Euro-SCART on TV or VCR
Connect the camcorder to the source equipment with the supplied audio/video/Svideo cable, as shown.
Playback (VCR or TV)
RCA/21-pin Euro-SCART conversion connector (QSOCZ0361CEZZ) Audio R Audio L
VIDEO (MONO) L-AUDIO-R AV-OUT
Black: To S-video output socket Yellow: To video output jack White: To audio output (L) jack Red: To audio output (R) jack
See page 2 for how to open the terminal cover. If the source equipment has only one audio output jack, use the white plug for the audio connection on the source equipment. (The input audio will only be recorded on the left channel of the tape.) Even if the source equipment has an S-video output socket, connect both the yellow video plug and S-video plug.
Audio/video/S-video cable (supplied) Recording
To Record from an External Source
In Playback mode, press the MENU button to display the menu screen. Press l or m on the Operation button to select Z, then press the centre of the Operation button. Press l or m to select S-VIDEO IN, then press the centre of the Operation button.
OTHE RS 1 DE F AUL T R EMO T E BEEP L A NGU A G E S - V I DEO I N OF F ON R E T U RN
Notes: To pause recording, press m. Press m again to resume recording. To operate by remote control (not supplied), perform steps 1 to 6 above, and press the TAPE REC START/STOP button, then press the PLAY/STILL button (g). If a digital video recording with a copyright protection signal is used as the playback source, COPYRIGHT PROTECTED. appears on the camcorder monitor and the recording function is disabled.
Press l or m to select ON (for Svideo connection) or OFF (for video connection), then press the centre of the Operation button. Press the MENU button to turn off the menu screen.
S-VIDEO appears on the screen during a pause or Recording Standby mode when you set the SVIDEO IN menu item to ON in step 4 above.
Begin playback on the source equipment connected to the camcorder.
Check the camcorder screen to see if the picture is properly received.
Press the Record Start/Stop button on the camcorder, then press m to begin recording.
Editing with the DV Terminal (IEEE1394)
This camcorder can be used as a digital video editor. A DV cable transfers all dubbing signals including video and audio directly to the camcorder.
To Record to Video Equipment
See Cutting Unwanted Sequences on page 61 using the video equipment as the recording source.
Note: Make sure that the video equipment to which you are recording can input dubbing signals via the DV terminal.
Connect the camcorder to video equipment with a DV terminal using a commercially available DV cable.
To DV terminal Video equipment with DV terminal (e.g. DV camcorder)
DV cable (commercially available)
To DV terminal
Note: See page 2 for how to open the terminal cover.
To Record from Video Equipment (VL-Z300 only)
Set the camcorder to Playback mode, and insert a Mini DV cassette. Begin playback on the video equipment connected to the camcorder.
Press the Record Start/Stop button on the camcorder.
The camcorder enters Recording Standby mode.
Press m on the Operation button to begin recording.
To stop recording
Press l on the Operation button.
Press m to pause recording when the source tape reaches the beginning of the sequence to be cut. Press m to resume recording when the source tape reaches the end of the sequence to be cut.
Notes: Make sure that the video equipment from which you are recording can output dubbing signals via the DV terminal. If the video equipment is not set to playback mode or the DV cable is not properly connected, NO SIGNAL is displayed on the camcorder screen. If no picture or sound is input to the camcorder even if the DV cable is properly connected and you are playing back the source media from the video equipment, set the Power switch on the camcorder to OFF and then back to w, or disconnect the DV cable and connect it again. If a digital video recording with a copyright protection signal is used as the playback source, COPYRIGHT PROTECTED. appears on the camcorder monitor and the recording function is disabled. When displaying the playback picture on the PC, you may find black bands around the image. This is caused by the differences of the image display sizes. i.LINK refers to the IEEE1394-1995 industry specification and extensions thereof. The z logo is used for products compliant with the i.LINK standard. This i.LINK mark is a trademark of Sony Corporation.
Suggested solution Warm up battery pack, for example in your pocket, just before using it. Charge battery pack sufficiently (p. 7). Install lithium battery properly (p. 10). Replace new lithium battery (p. 10). Connect power source properly (pp. 5, 8). Charge battery pack sufficiently (p. 7). Stop recording and try again (p. 21). Turn on backlight (p. 22). Call for service. Adjust dioptre (p. 17). Adjust picture (p. 67). Adjust picture (p. 67). Call for service.
Battery pack is easily Using camcorder in extremely cold depleted. environment. Battery pack is not fully charged. Clock has been reset. Lithium battery is not properly installed. Lithium battery is depleted. Cassette will not eject. Power source is not properly connected. Battery pack is not charged. Camcorder is recording. No image on monitor. Backlight has been turned off. Fluorescent lamp has burned out. Viewfinder picture is hard to see. Viewfinder dioptre is not properly adjusted. Inappropriate picture adjustments. Monitor picture is hard to see. POWER/CHARGE (RED) indicator flashes in red when charging battery pack. Cannot edit to connected VCR. Inappropriate picture adjustments. AC adapter or battery pack may have malfunctioned.
Audio/video/S-video cable is not properly connected.
Connect audio/video/S-video cable properly (p. 61).
Possible cause The camcorder may be damaged.
Suggested solution Do not take out a cassette, and call for service.
Notes: This unit is equipped with a microprocessor. Its performance could be adversely affected by external electrical noise or interference. If this should happen, turn off the power and disconnect the unit from any power sources, including the lithium battery, etc. Then reconnect the power sources to resume operation. If the characters displayed in the viewfinder or on the LCD monitor screen appear to malfunction, disconnect the power source and remove the lithium battery, then reconnect the power source, insert the lithium battery, and turn the power on again. The characters on the monitor should be normal. Set the date and time, then resume operation.
E007 is displayed on the screen, and unable to operate normally.
Signal System: Recording System: Cassette: Recording/Playback Time: Tape Speed: Pickup Device: PAL standard 2 rotary heads, helical scanning system Digital VCR Mini DV video cassette 90 minutes (DVM60, LP mode) SP mode: 18.831 mm/second LP mode: 12.568 mm/second 1 6" (4.2 mm, effective size: 4.5 mm) CCD image sensor (with approx. 800,000 pixels including optical black, effective pixels: 414,000 pixels) 10K optical zoom lens (F1.8, f=3.838.0 mm) 30 mm 2.5" (6.4 cm) CGSilicon 0.16" LCD panel, slide type Electret monaural microphone Auto white balance with white balance lock, outdoor or indoor 2 lux* (with gain-up, F1.8) 4 pin connector (i.LINK) DC 7.4 V 3.4 W (during camera recording in Camera mode using the viewfinder in Full Auto mode with the DIS function on) 4.0 W (during camera recording in Camera mode using the LCD monitor in Full Auto mode with the DIS function on and backlight in normal mode) 0C to L40C 30% to 80% +20C to L60C 82.9 mm K 82.2 mm K 100.8 mm 470 g (without battery pack, lithium battery, video cassette and lens cap)
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