Sharp VL-Z7S Manual
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User reviews and opinions
|goodjudge||7:16pm on Thursday, October 21st, 2010|
|"DEW" not buy this camera! Sharp does not build nor support their ViewCams any longer.|
|cemaq||12:47pm on Tuesday, July 20th, 2010|
|Purchased camera new. Compact size, versatility for video and stills, good video quality Very poor and very expensive support system Everything good except video. small size, very ergo grip, good LCD POOR video quality|
|Algernon62||2:24am on Monday, June 21st, 2010|
|This is a very comfortable and lightweight cam, it has a very nice swivel body so that you can have your hand at a much more natural position.|
|brucehohl||1:29pm on Thursday, June 3rd, 2010|
|compact, ease of use, small battery, reasonably priced battery to be recharged through camcorder only, no separate battery charger This is dating a few years back when I was on the market for a digital camcorder.|
|pauloas||6:03pm on Wednesday, May 19th, 2010|
|Not the best, But a great value. First Off this Camera Is not State of the Art (maybe in 2002-2003 but not in 2007), but still it is a good value.|
|PeteWalker||11:35am on Sunday, April 11th, 2010|
|(Edited January 24th by jthillam) Just recently, I tried plugging my camcorder into my computer via fire wire to stream the video.|
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CAMCORDER COM VISOR DE CRISTAL LQUIDO LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY CAMCORDER
MANUAL DE OPERAO OPERATION MANUAL
Before using the camcorder, please read this operation manual carefully, especially page vi.
TO PREVENT SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
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. 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.
Supplied Accessories.... v Optional Accessories... v Precautions.... vi
Part Names... 1 Warning Indicators.. 4 Attaching and Removing the Battery Pack. 6 Charging the Battery Pack.. 8 Powering the Camcorder from an AC Outlet.. 9 Inserting and Removing a Cassette. 10 Inserting and Removing a Card.. 11 Installing the Lithium Batteries.. 12 Setting the Date and Time. 14 Using the Lens Cap... 15 Adjusting the Hand Strap.. 16 Using the Grip.. 16 Detaching the Lens Hood.. 17 Using the Viewfinder.. 17 Using the LCD Monitor... 19 Tips on Recording Positions.. 20 Camera Recording Selecting the Camcorder Mode.. 21 Easy Camera Recording on Tape in Full Auto Mode. 22 Zooming... 23 Power Standby Mode.. 24 Turning on/off the Backlight.. 24 Auto Focus.. 25 Macro Shots... 25 Remaining Recording Time Display. 26 Remaining Battery Power Display. 26 Playback Tape Playback.. 27 Volume Control.. 28 Still.. 28 Video Search.. 28 Using Earphones (Commercially Available). 29 Adjusting the Phones Volume. 29 Watching Playback on a TV.. 30
Control Buttons... 31 Using the Mode Screens.. 31 Using the Menu Screens.. 32 Camera Recording Setting the Digital Zoom.. 33 Backlight Compensation (BLC).. 34 Gain-up... 35 Fade In and Fade Out.. 36 Quick Return.. 37 Edit Search.. 38 Still Recording on Tape... 38 Digital Image Stabilization (DIS).. 39 Self Recording.. 40 Wide Screen (16:9).. 42 Recording in LP (Long Play Recording) Mode.. 43 Using the Zoom Microphone (Optional Accessory)... 44 Windbreak... 45 Selecting the 16-bit Audio Recording Mode. 46 Playback Using the Remote Control.. 47 Tape Playback Functions with the Remote Control... 48 Selecting the Date and Time of Recording Display... 49 Picture Effect Playback... 50 Rotate Playback.. 51 Copying an Image from Tape to Card. 52 Camera Recording Manual Focus.. 53 Returning to Auto Focus.. 54 Displaying the Manual Setting Screen. 54 White Balance Lock... 55 Manual Iris.. 56 Manual Gain... 57 Setting the Camcorder to Full Auto Mode. 58 Scene Menu (Program AE).. 59
Playback Using the Time Code.. 60 Editing.. 61 Recording from an External Source.. 62 Editing with the DV Terminal (IEEE1394). 64 Using the Camcorder as a Converter. 66 Audio Dubbing Feature... 68 Selecting the Audio Playback Mode. 70 Camera Recording Selecting the Picture Quality and Image Size. 71 Card Recording.. 73 Selecting the Flash Mode.. 74 Red-eye Reduction.. 75 Recording with the Self-timer.. 76 Formatting a Card.. 77 Setting the File Numbering Method.. 78 Playback Card Playback.. 79 Playback Zoom... 80 Delete Protection... 81 Deleting Stored Images.. 82 Print Order... 84 Transferring Data on Card to Computer.. 86 Installing the USB Driver.. 86 Slide Show Playback.. 89
mosaic-like noise appears on the playback picture. (See illustrations above.) playback pictures do not move. during playback, the whole screen becomes blue.
Causes of video head clogging
High-temperature and high-humidity environment A lot of dust in the air Damaged tape Worn tape Long-time use Dew formation
Insert a cleaning tape into the camcorder. Set the camcorder to Tape Playback mode.
The video head cleaning screen appears.
Press m on the Operation button to begin video head cleaning.
NOW CLEANING flashes during cleaning.
CL EA N I NG
NOW C LE AN I NG
If the video heads become clogged, the v indicator appears on the screen. Contact the nearest SHARP service centre or your dealer for further advice.
After about 20 seconds, video head cleaning automatically finishes, and EJECT THE CASSETTE. displays.
Remove the cleaning tape.
To cancel cleaning, press l.
For details on the use of each part, refer to the page number indicated in parentheses.
Zoom microphone shoe* (p. 44) Zoom lens
Operation button (p. 31)
Flash (p. 74) Stereo microphone
DISPLAY button (p. 31) LCD LAMP button (p. 24)
Flash sensor (p. 74)
* The zoom microphone shoe is designed only for the optional zoom microphone VR-8MC. Accessories, such as a video light, cannot be used.
USB terminal (p. 87) Earphones jack (p. 29)
LCD monitor (p. 19) DC IN jack (pp. 8, 9) Terminal cover (pp. 29, 30, 61, 62, 64, 66, 87) AV terminal (pp. 30, 61, 62, 66) DV terminal (pp. 64, 66)
Lithium battery cover (p. 12) Dioptre adjustment dial (p. 18)
Battery release (pp. 7, 12)
* When attaching a tripod with a guide pin, do not attach the pin to the bottom of the camcorder.
Card slot cover (p. 11)
Window cleaning cover (p. 99)
Power Zoom Wide angle/ PHOTO button Telephoto control (p. 23)/ (pp. 38, 52, 73) VOLume control (p. 28)
Viewfinder (pp. 17, 18)
STANDBY indicator (p. 24) POWER/CHARGE (RED) indicator (pp. 8, 9, 22)
Media Selection switch (V Tape mode/u Card mode selection switch) (p. 21) STANDBY button (p. 24)
Speaker DC IN jack cover (pp. 8, 9) Start/Stop button (p. 22) Power switch (v Camera Hand strap (p. 16) Recording mode/w Playback mode select switch) (p. 21) Cassette holder (p. 10)
Cassette compartment door release (p. 10)
Cassette compartment door (p. 10)
If a warning indicator appears on the screen, follow the specified instructions.
Displayed for the first 3 seconds
Displayed after 3 seconds
Description of warning
I NSER T A CASS E T TE.
E J E C T T HE CAS SE T T E. E J E C T T HE CAS SE T T E.
There is no video cassette in the camcorder. Insert a cassette (see page 10). The video cassette is defective and should be removed (see page 10). The erasure protect tab on the video cassette has been slid to the record-protect position, preventing recording (see page 96). The tape is about to end. Prepare a new cassette. The tape has reached the end. Replace it with a new cassette (see page 10). The battery is almost depleted. Replace it with a fully charged battery pack (see pages 6 and 7). Dew has formed inside the camcorder. Wait a few hours for the dew to dry away (see page vii). About 10 seconds after this warning appears, the camcorder automatically turns off. The video heads are clogged and should be cleaned (see page viii).
Make sure that the Power switch is set to OFF, then open the LCD monitor to a 90 angle to the camcorder body.
Slide the battery release in the direction of the arrow.
Notes: BEFORE REMOVING THE BATTERY PACK, ALWAYS STOP RECORDING OR PLAYBACK AND TURN THE POWER OFF. Removing the battery pack 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 unreadable and unwritable. Remove the battery pack from the camcorder if you will not use the camcorder for a long period of time. Make sure that the battery pack is firmly attached during operation. If it is not, the battery pack may come off or camcorder operation may fail because of the poor contact pressure. To prevent damage to the battery pack when removing, be sure to firmly hold the battery pack while pressing the release. Use only SHARP model BT-L226 battery packs with this camcorder. Use of other batteries may create a risk of fire or explosion. Before closing the LCD monitor, make sure the battery pack is properly attached to the camcorder, otherwise the monitor may be damaged.
Take the battery pack out.
Charging the Battery Pack 1 2
Attach the battery pack on the camcorder, and make sure that the Power switch is set to OFF. Open the DC IN jack cover.
DC IN jack cover
Remove the DC plug from the DC IN jack, then remove the AC adapter from the power outlet.
Charging time and maximum continuous recording and playback times in Tape modes
Max. Max. continuous Battery Charging recording time continuous playback time time pack LCD LCD on LCD closed open BT-L100
Connect the supplied power cord to the AC power socket on the AC adapter, and insert the AC plug into a power outlet.
AC power socket
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 23) 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 98 and 99 for more information on using the battery pack. Charge only SHARP model BT-L226 battery packs. Other types of battery packs may burst, causing personal injury and damage. When attaching the supplied audio/video/Svideo cable or USB cable, remove the DC plug, open the terminal cover and connect it.
Insert a commercially available Mini DV cassette fully with the window facing outwards, and with the erasure protect tab facing upwards.
Erasure protect tab
Press the PUSH mark gently until the cassette holder clicks into place.
The cassette holder retracts automatically.
Inserting and Removing a Card
You can use an SD Memory Card (supplied) or a MultiMediaCard (commercially available) for storing still images.
Perform steps 1 and 2 above, push the card and release slowly (1). Then pull the card straight out (2) as shown below.
Make sure that the Power switch is set to OFF. Open the card slot cover.
Card slot cover
Notes: You can use only the SD Memory Card or the MultiMediaCard (see page 97). The supplied card is preformatted for immediate use. See page 97 for more information on the cards intended for use with this camcorder. 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. You cannot insert or remove the card when using a tripod.
Insert a card into the slot as shown below, and push it in fully.
About the write-protect switch
Write-protect switch Label Clipped corner SD Memory Card has a write-protect switch. When the switch is set to the locked position, you cannot record/delete data or format the card. Set it to the unlocked position to record/delete data or format the card. Back view Unlocked position Locked position
Close the card slot cover securely.
Installing the Lithium Batteries
Installing the Memory Battery
The supplied CR 1216 type lithium battery is used to store the memory of the date and time settings.
Insert the smaller lithium battery into the compartment with the H side of the battery facing out.
CR 1216 type lithium battery
Make sure that the Power switch is set to OFF. Open the LCD monitor to a 90 angle to the camcorder body. Slide the battery release in the direction of the arrow, then take the battery pack out.
Close the lithium battery cover firmly until it clicks into place.
Removing the Memory Battery
Perform steps 1 to 4 above, then lift out the battery by using a pointed object such as the tip of a ballpoint pen.
Pull out the lithium battery cover in the direction of the arrow.
Lithium battery cover
Installing the Battery to Remote Control
The supplied CR 2025 type lithium battery is used to power the remote control unit.
Notes on the Use of the Lithium battery
CAUTION: Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. For camcorder, replace only with same or equivalent type CR1216, for remote control unit, replace only with same or equivalent type CR2025, both recommended by the equipment manufacturer. X KEEP THIS BATTERY AWAY FROM CHILDREN. IF SWALLOWED, CONSULT A PHYSICIAN IMMEDIATELY FOR EMERGENCY TREATMENT. Z BATTERY MAY EXPLODE IF MISUSED OR INSTALLED WITH POLARITY REVERSED. DO NOT RECHARGE, DISASSEMBLE OR DISPOSE OF IN FIRE.
Do not short-circuit, recharge, disassemble, or heat the lithium battery. Should the lithium battery leak, wipe the battery compartment clean, and then insert a new battery. The lithium batteries will last about one year under normal usage.
Hold the remote control facing down, and pull out the battery holder while pressing the tab toward the centre.
Insert the larger lithium battery into the battery holder with the H side of the battery facing the m side of the holder.
H side, CR 2025 type lithium battery m side
Insert the battery holder back into position.
Setting the Date and Time
Available modes: Tape Camera, Card Camera
Press m or l to select EXECUTE, then press the centre of the Operation button.
O T H E RS 2 T I ME C O D E T C OUT 12H / 24H S E T T I NG R E T URN OF F OF F 24H 1. 1. 0 : 00
Example: Setting the date to 2 June 2004 (2. 6. 2004) and the time to 10:30 am (10:30).
Press the centre of the Operation button.
Power switch DISPLAY button Note: Before performing the steps below, make sure that the CR1216 type lithium battery has been installed (see page 12). The example screens shown are for Tape Camera mode.
Press m or l to select 2 (day), then press the centre of the Operation button.
SE T T I NG
2. 1. 0 : 00
Hold down the Lock button and set the Power switch to v.
Press m or l to select 6 (month), then press the centre of the Operation button.
2. 6. 0 : 00
Press the DISPLAY button until the mode screen appears.
BLC / GA I N OF F FADE ME NU SC E N E M E NU
Press m or l to select 2004 (year), then press the centre of the Operation button.
Press l or m on the Operation button to select MENU, then press the centre of the Operation button.
BLC / GA I N FADE ME NU EXECUTE SC E N E M E N U
Press m or l to select 10 (hour), then press the centre of the Operation button.
2. 6. 10 : 0 0
10 Press m or l to select 30 (minute),
then press the centre of the Operation button.
Using the Lens Cap
Attach the strap of the lens cap to the hand strap as shown below.
2. 6. 10 : : 0 0
The internal clock now starts operating with the seconds display.
11 Press the DISPLAY button to turn off
the menu screen.
Note: If the date and time have been set, the SETTING 1 screen (T) appears in step 4. Select SETTING in the OTHERS 2 screen (~) using the Operation button.
When attaching or removing the lens cap, grasp the indents on both sides of the cap.
Changing to the 12-hour Time Mode
After performing step 10 above, press l or m to select 12H/24H, then press the centre of the Operation button.
Turn the LCD monitor so that the screen faces upward.
Note: Take care not to touch the microphone with your fingers during recording. It will cause noise on the audio track. Also, take care not to touch the flash or flash sensor with your fingers during Card Recording.
Camera Recording 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.
Media Selection switch
Tape Camera mode
For recording motion and still images on a tape.
Tape Playback mode
For playing back or editing motion and still images recorded on a tape.
Set the Media Selection switch to V.
Hold down the Lock button and set the Power switch to w.
Card Camera mode
For recording still images on a card.
Card Playback mode
For playing back still images recorded on a card.
Set the Media Selection switch to u.
Notes: To turn the power off, set the Power switch to OFF without pressing the Lock button. 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. 21
Basic Operations Camera Recording
Easy Camera Recording on Tape in Full Auto Mode
Available mode: Tape Camera
Press the Start/Stop button to begin recording.
Before you start recording, perform the operations described on pages 6 through 20 to prepare your camcorder for recording.
Media Selection switch Note: Before recording an important scene, please perform the recording test, then playback to check if the scene was recorded properly. If noise occurs, use a commercially available cleaning tape to clean the video heads (see page viii).
Power switch Start/Stop button
Maximum continuous recording and actual recording times in Tape Camera mode
Max. continuous recording time Actual recording time LCD closed 55 LCD open 50
Remove the lens cap. Set the Media Selection switch to V. Hold down the Lock button and set the Power switch to v.
The picture from the lens now displays and the POWER/CHARGE (RED) indicator lights up green. The camcorder is now ready to record (Recording Standby mode).
LCD closed 115
LCD open 100
You can adjust the phones volume if sound through the earphones is difficult to hear.
Set the Media Selection switch to V, then hold down the Lock button and set the Power switch to v (see page 21). Press the DISPLAY button until the mode screen appears (see page 31).
Press l or m on the Operation button to select MENU, then press the centre of the Operation button. Press l or m to select EXECUTE, then press the centre of the Operation button. Press l or m to select Z, then press the centre of the Operation button.
O T H E RS 1 DE F AUL T R EMO T E BEEP PHO N E S V O L D EMO MO D E L A NG UA G E R E T U RN EXE CUT E ON ON + OFF E NGL I SH
Notes: Before connecting stereo earphones, turn the camcorder volume down to the lowest setting. The built-in speaker automatically turns off when stereo earphones are connected to the earphones jack.
Press l or m to select PHONES VOL , then press the centre of the Operation button. Press j or k to adjust to the desired volume level, then press the centre of the Operation button.
P HO N E S V O L
Watching Playback on a TV
Available modes: Tape Playback, Card Playback
Note: Check that the camcorder, TV, VCR and other equipment to be used are turned off before making any connections. Picture noise or malfunction may occur if any of the above is left on while making a connection.
You can connect the camcorder to a TV to allow a larger audience to enjoy playback.
Open the terminal cover on the camcorder (see page 2).
Turn on the TV and set it to the AV or VIDEO channel. (See the operation manual of your TV.)
When connecting to a TV via a VCR, turn on the VCR and set it to the AV or LINE input channel. Operate the TV as you normally do to view the signal from the VCR. (See the operation manuals of your TV and VCR.)
Set the Power switch on the camcorder to w, and begin playback (see page 27).
Connect the camcorder to your TV (or VCR) with the supplied audio/video/Svideo cable, as shown.
TV or VCR
Notes: If your TV or VCR has a 21-pin Euro-SCART connector, use the RCA/21-pin Euro-SCART conversion connector (QSOCZ0033TAZZ). 21-pin Euro-SCART on TV or VCR
If while playing back your tape you want to quickly return to the last recorded scene and start recording again, use the quick return function.
When the tape reaches the end of the last recorded scene, FINISHED is displayed, and the camcorder enters Recording Standby mode.
Set the camcorder to Tape Camera mode. In Recording Standby mode, press the DISPLAY button until the mode screen appears. Press l or m on the Operation button to select MENU, then press the centre of the Operation button. Press l or m to select EXECUTE, then press the centre of the Operation button. Press l or m to select T, then press the centre of the Operation button. Press l or m to select QK. RETURN, then press the centre of the Operation button.
S E T T I NG 1 S T AR T Q K. R E T U RN DG T L Z O OM S T O P TAPE SPEE D Z O OM M I C R E T URN
Notes: To cancel the quick return function while SEARCH is flashing, press the centre of Operation button twice. Quick return will not work if you remove the cassette and reload it after recording or if nothing has been recorded since loading.
Still Recording on Tape
Available mode: Tape Camera You can record continuous still images of subjects.
The edit search function lets you search, without switching from Tape Camera mode to Tape Playback mode, for the point on the tape where you wish to start recording next.
Set the camcorder to Tape Camera mode. In Recording Standby mode, press the PHOTO button fully.
A still image of the subject is displayed.
Set the camcorder to Tape Camera mode. In Recording Standby mode, press and hold down j (reverse edit search) or k (forward edit search) on the Operation button.
Press the Start/Stop button.
The still image of the subject will be recorded.
To cancel the still image
Press the PHOTO button fully.
Notes: Still Recording can also be used during recording by pressing the PHOTO button fully. The picture quality in Still Recording function will be slightly lower than normal pictures.
When you find the point where you want to begin recording, release the button.
Notes: The sound is off during search. Forward edit search is performed at the same speed as normal playback, and reverse edit search at 6.5 times the normal playback. You may experience picture noise during reverse edit search.
Digital Image Stabilization (DIS)
The DIS indicator only appears when the on-screen indicators are turned on.
The digital image stabilization (DIS) function allows you to stabilize the image by electronically compensating for relatively minor image shaking that is often annoying in close-up shots.
In Tape Camera mode, press the DISPLAY button until the mode screen appears. Press l or m on the Operation button to select MENU, then press the centre of the Operation button. Press l or m to select EXECUTE, then press the centre of the Operation button. Press l or m 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.
Select MENU, then EXECUTE by using the Operation button (see page 32). Press l or m to select Y, then press the centre of the Operation button. Press l or m to select REC MODE, then press the centre of the Operation button.
S E T T I NG 1 F I L E NO. R E C MO D E NORMA L I MAG E S I Z E E C O NOMY F L AS H F I NE RE D E Y E R E T URN
Note: The number of recordable images differs depending on the combination of picture quality settings used and the images shot.
Selecting the Picture Quality
The camcorder compresses each image with the picture quality setting to save memory on a card.
NORMAL: Records images with standard picture quality. ECONOMY: Allows you to take more shots than in NORMAL mode but with lower quality. FINE: Records images with higher quality than in NORMAL mode but with lower number of recordable images.
RE C MODE
E C ONOMY
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Digital Still Camera Features Camera Recording
The selected picture quality indicator only appears when the on-screen indicators are turned on.
Press l or m to select Y, then press the centre of the Operation button. Press l or m to select IMAGE SIZE, then press the centre of the Operation button.
S E T T I NG 1 F I L E NO. R E C MO D E I MA G E S I Z E 0 F L AS H RE D E Y E RE T URN
[ 1280 ] 0/ 40 E C ONOMY
Picture quality indicator Note: The picture quality indicator is also displayed in Card Camera 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.
Press l or m to select 1280G960 or 640G480, then press the centre of the Operation button.
IMAGE S I Z E 0
Selecting the Image Size
Still images recorded on a card are made up of pixels. You can select the number of pixels in still images. Larger numbers of pixels provide greater image detail, but also use more card memory.
The selected image size indicator appears when the on-screen indicators are turned on.
1280G960 (1280): Images are recorded in 1280K960 pixels. 640G480 (640): Images are recorded in 640K480 pixels.
[ 1280 ] 0 / 40 E C ONOMY
Image size indicator
In Card Camera mode, press the DISPLAY button until the mode screen appears. Select MENU, then EXECUTE by using the Operation button (see page 32).
Adjust the Power Zoom control to frame the subject as you desire. Press the PHOTO button half-way down to focus on the subject.
The camcorder automatically focuses on the subject. When it is set, you will hear a sound and see T mark, then the camcorder locks the focus.
You can take a still picture in the same way as you do with a standard camera and record that image on the card.
PHOTO button Power Zoom control
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Power switch Media Selection switch
Press the PHOTO button fully to begin recording.
[ 1280 ] 9/ 11 NORMA L
Insert a card into the camcorder (see page 11). Remove the lens cap. Set the Media Selection switch to u. Hold down the Lock button and set the Power switch to v.
The picture from the lens now displays.
Number of shots taken/remaining
AU T O
The S indicator flashes red while data is being recorded on the card, and returns to white when recording completes. To record another image, release the PHOTO button and make sure the picture is not frozen in the monitor, then perform steps 6 and 7.
Notes: Recording under insufficient lighting may result in blurred images. It is recommended that you use a tripod to record insufficiently illuminated subjects. Recording under the light of a fluorescent, mercury, or sodium lamp may cause flickering in the image and, depending on the timing of the shot, may result in changes to colour hue in the image. Set the BEEP menu item to OFF to turn off the focus locking sound. Do not turn the power off or remove the card while the S indicator is flashing in step 7.
Lock button A U T O
Selecting the Flash Mode
In Card Camera mode, press the DISPLAY button until the mode screen appears. Select MENU, then EXECUTE by using the Operation button (see page 32). Press l or m to select Y, then press the centre of the Operation button. Press l or m to select FLASH, then press the centre of the Operation button.
S E T T I NG 1 F I L E NO. R E C MO D E I MAG E S I Z E F L AS H AUTO RE D E Y E ON R E T URN OFF
Using the flash function enables you to record good-quality still images even in dark locations.
Note: The effective flash range for both wide angle and telephoto is about 1 to 2.5 m. Flash
Press l or m to select the desired flash mode, then press the centre of the Operation button.
In Card Camera mode, press the DISPLAY button until the mode screen appears. Press l or m on the Operation button to select SELF TIMER, then press the centre of the Operation button.
BLC / GA I N S E L F T I ME R E X E C U T E ME NU SC E N E M E N U
The shutter automatically releases after 10 seconds, and a still image of the subject is recorded.
To cancel the countdown
Press the PHOTO button in step 4.
To cancel the self-timer
Press the centre of the Operation button again in step 3.
Notes: When recording with the self-timer, stabilize the camcorder in the horizontal plane by attaching it to a tripod, etc. Self-timer mode cancels after recording one image. Repeat steps 1 to 4 to record another image with the self-timer. Do not turn the power off or remove the card once the self-timer operating indicator begins flashing.
AU T O CANC E L
Formatting a Card
Press l or m to select FORMAT, then press the centre of the Operation button.
O T H E RS 2 F ORMA T 12H / 24H S E T T I NG R E T UR N E X E CU T E R E T UR N
Before using a commercially available card with this camcorder, you must first have it formatted. Also, if any of the following warning indicators displays, you will need to format your card.
FORMAT MEMORY CARD MEMORY CARD ERROR MEMORY CARD READ ERROR CANNOT STORE DATA
To cancel formatting, press l or m to select RETURN, then press the centre of the Operation button.
F ORMA T A L L DA T A W I L L B E E RA S E D. NO YES SEL ECT SET
Notes: Formatting a card erases all stored images, including delete-protected images. Be sure to backup important data on your computer or other media before formatting the card (see pages 8688). Do not remove the power source during formatting, as this may cause damage to the camcorder or card. It is recommended that you use the AC outlet for the power supply.
In Card Camera mode, press the DISPLAY button until the mode screen appears. Select MENU, then EXECUTE by using the Operation button (see page 32). Press l or m to select ~, then press the centre of the Operation button.
Press l or m to select YES, then press the centre of the Operation button to begin formatting.
The menu screen displays when formatting finishes.
Notes: The supplied card is preformatted for immediate use. Use this camcorder to format a card. The camcorder may not recognize the images on a card formatted by a computer or other equipment.
In Card Playback mode, press the DISPLAY button until the mode screen appears. Select MENU, then EXECUTE by using the Operation button (see page 32). Press l or m to select S, then press the centre of the Operation button. Press l or m to select PRI. ORDER, then press the centre of the Operation button.
P L AY BACK SE T S L I D E S HOW PR I. SEL ECT P R I. O RD E R R E T U RN PR I. AL L P R I. NON E R E T U RN
P R I N T NUMB E R
0- PAGE 1 / 2 NORMA L SE T
Number of printouts
Press the centre of the Operation button to set the print order.
The M indicator appears.
If you want to assign another print order, repeat steps 6 to 8.
To cancel the print order for an image
Select the image for cancelling out of print order in step 6 above, then press the centre of the Operation button. Press l to select 0, then press the centre of the Operation button.
The M indicator disappears.
Note: A warning indicator appears when the print order is set to more than 999 images. To turn off the warning indicator, press the Operation button.
The M indicators appear, and each image is set to 1 print out. To cancel the setting, select NO.
To cancel the print order for all images
PR I NT P R I N T NUMB E R
Perform steps 1 to 4 in Assigning Print Order to an Image. Press l or m to select PRI. NONE, then press the centre of the Operation button to cancel the print order for all images.
P L AY BACK SE T S L I D E S HOW PR I. SEL ECT P R I. ORDE R PR I. AL L R E T U RN P R I. NON E R E T U RN
0- 0 3
Assigning Print Order to All Images
Perform steps 1 to 4 in Assigning Print Order to an Image. Press l or m to select PRI. ALL, then press the centre of the Operation button.
P R I N T NON E ? NO YES SE L ECT S E T
The M indicators are turned off. To cancel the setting, select NO.
PR I N T ALL ? NO YES SE L ECT S E T
Transferring Data on Card to Computer
Using the supplied USB cable, you can transfer still images to a computer.
Microsoft Windowsb XP Home Edition/Professional Microsoft Windowsb 2000 Professional Microsoft Windowsb Me Microsoft Windowsb 98 Second Edition Microsoft Windowsb 98
USB terminal CD-ROM drive (for driver installation) Mouse or other pointing device Note: The USB driver is not compatible with Macintosh operating systems.
Cannot delete image Image is delete-protected. on card. Cannot format card.
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).
Symptom Remote control does not function.
Possible cause REMOTE menu item is set to OFF. Remote control battery has run down. Remote control used beyond operating range.
Suggested solution Set REMOTE menu item to ON (p. 47). Replace remote control battery with new one (p. 13). Use remote control within operating range (p. 47). Protect remote sensor from exposure to intense daylight (p. 47). Remove obstacle or use remote control from different angle (p. 47). Do not take out a cassette, and call for service.
Intense daylight falling on camcorder remote sensor. Obstacle between remote control and camcorder remote sensor. E007 is displayed on the screen, and unable to operate normally. The camcorder may be damaged.
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.
This wall and car 2-in-1 battery charger kit charges the battery of Sharp VL-Z701D, VL-Z701DW, VL-Z7E, VL-Z7S, VL-Z7U. 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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