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|wspencer||3:07pm on Tuesday, October 26th, 2010|
|Well, ordered this drive before Christmas, received it in an orderly manner which was nice. Had a laptop drive that the OS had crashed multiple times and was only 80GB. Replaced it with this drive and have ran it for about 3 weeks now.|
|jop||4:26am on Monday, October 25th, 2010|
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|Leander||2:29am on Friday, October 8th, 2010|
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|Had a laptop drive that the OS had crashed multiple times and was only 80GB. Replaced it with this drive and have ran it for about 3 weeks now. I purchased up one of these drives at a store and installed it in a Mac Powerbook. I was able to install the OS.|
|Shari||2:01pm on Wednesday, July 7th, 2010|
|Good one I bought two of these and an external case so that I could clone my existing drive. That worked fine, I upgraded the drive. Great product for expanding your recording space on DirecTV, especially if you use the Whole Home DVR service.|
|billaba||11:38pm on Monday, April 12th, 2010|
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CD CARRY COMPONENT SYSTEM CA-DW50
2003 Sony Corporation
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
Read the Operating Instructions carefully and completely before operating the unit. Be sure to keep the Operating Instructions for future reference. All warnings and cautions in the Operating Instructions and on the unit should be strictly followed, as well as the safety suggestions below.
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USERSERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
1 Water and moisture Do not use this unit near water, such as near a bathtub, washbowl, kitchen sink, laundry tub, in a wet basement, swimming pool, or the like. 2 Heat Do not use this unit near sources of heat, including heating vents, stoves, or other appliances that generate heat. It also should not be placed in temperatures less than 5C (41F) or greater than 35C (95F). 3 Mounting surface Place the unit on a flat, even surface. 4 Ventilation The unit should be situated with adequate space around it so that proper heat ventilation is assured. Allow 10 cm (4 in.) clearance from the rear and the top of the unit and 5 cm (2 in.) from each side. - Do not place the unit on a bed, rug, or similar surface that may block the ventilation openings. - Do not install the unit in a bookcase, cabinet, or airtight rack where ventilation may be impeded. 5 Objects and liquid entry Take care that objects or liquids do not get inside the unit through the ventilation openings. 6 Carts and stands When placed or mounted on a stand or cart, the unit should be moved with care. Quick stops, excessive force, and uneven surfaces may cause the unit or cart to overturn or fall. 7 Condensation Moisture may form on the CD pickup lens when: - The unit is moved from a cold spot to a warm spot - The heating system has just been turned on - The unit is used in a very humid room - The unit is cooled by an air conditioner When this unit has condensation inside, it may not function normally. Should this occur, leave the unit for a few hours, then try to operate again. 8 Wall or ceiling mounting The unit should not be mounted on a wall or ceiling, unless specified in the Operating Instructions.
1 Power sources Use on batteries or AC house current, as specified in the Operating Instructions and marked on the unit. 2 AC power cord - When disconnecting the AC power cord, pull it out by the AC power plug. Do not pull the cord itself. - Never handle the AC power plug with wet hands, as this could result in fire or shock. - Power cords should be firmly secured to avoid being bent, pinched, or walked upon. Pay particular attention to the cord from the unit to the power socket. - Avoid overloading AC power sockets and extension cords beyond their capacity, as this could result in fire or shock. 3 When not in use Unplug the AC power cord from the AC power socket or remove all the batteries if the unit will not be used for several months or more. When the cord is plugged in, a small amount of current continues to flow to the unit, even when the power is turned off.
Frequency range, antenna FM: 87.5 - 108.0 MHz Rod antenna. AM: 531/530 - 1,602/1,610 kHz (9/10 kHz step) Ferrite bar antenna.
Track format 4 tracks, 2 channels / Frequency range Normal tape: 50 - 12,000 Hz (JEITA) / Recording system AC bias / Erasing system Magnet erase / Heads Deck 1: Recording/playback head (1), Erasure head (1). Deck 2: Playback head (1).
CD player section
Disc Compact disc / Scanning method Non-contact optical scanner (semiconductor laser) / Rotation speed Approx. 500 - 200 rpm/CLV / Error correction Cross interleave, Reed, Solomon code / Number of channels 2 channels / D/A conversion 1 bit DAC / Laser diode properties Material: GaAlAs Wavelength: = 780 nm Emission duration: Continuous Laser output: Less than 44.6 W (This output is the value measured at a distance of 200 mm from the objective lens surface on the optical pick-up block with 7 mm aperture.)
Clean the unit only as recommended in the Operating Instructions.
Power requirements DC 12 V using eight size D (R20) batteries, AC 230 V, 50 Hz / Dimensions (W H D) 219 mm / Weight 3.1 kg (excluding batteries) / Power output 5 W + 5 W (JEITA, 2.7 ohms DC), 3.5 W + 3.5 W (DIN 1% Rated Power) / Power consumption 27 W / Accessories AC cord (1), Remote control (1)
Damage Requiring Service
Have the units serviced by a qualified service technician if: - The AC power cord or plug has been damaged - Foreign objects or liquid have got inside the unit - The unit has been exposed to rain or water - The unit does not seem to operate normally - The unit exhibits a marked change in performance - The unit has been dropped, or the cabinet has been damaged DO NOT ATTEMPT TO SERVICE THE UNIT YOURSELF.
Type 120 mm cone type / Dimensions (W H D) 187 mm / Weight Approx. 0.9 kg 2 / Impedance 2.7 ohms / Allowable max. input 7 W Specifications and external appearance are subject to change without notice.
Please check the copyright laws relating to recordings from disc, radio or external tape for the country in which the machine is being used.
If an erroneous display or malfunction occurs
Make sure that none of the deck operation buttons is pressed. Press s while pressing TAPE/POWER/6STANDBY. If the unit cannot be reset in the way above, disconnect the AC cord and remove all the batteries to turn off the display. Leave the unit for a while and turn the power back on. ENGLISH
Never recharge the batteries, apply heat to them or take them apart. Remove dead batteries. If liquid leaks from the batteries, wipe thoroughly to remove.
The OPR/BATT 6STANDBY indicator lights up while the power is on or the AC cord is connected to an AC outlet. Make sure that the AC cord is disconnected and batteries are removed before connecting speakers. Do not connect other than the supplied speakers.
Using on AC house current
Connect the AC cord as illustrated below.
Position the speakers.
To couple with the speakers, slide each speaker down into the guide brackets on the center unit until the height is level with the unit. To separate the unit from the speakers, slide the speakers up and off, while pressing the speaker release knob.
to the AC inlet of the unit supplied AC cord to an AC outlet (AC 230 V, 50 Hz)
Use only the supplied AC cord. Use with other cords may result in the risk of fire. Release knob
Using on batteries
Open the lid of the battery compartment on the rear and insert eight R20 (size D) batteries, not supplied, as illustrated below. Then close the lid. To switch from AC power supply to battery supply, disconnect the AC cord from the AC inlet.
Connect the speakers.
Connect the right speaker cord to the R terminals, and the left speaker to the L terminals. Connect the speaker cord with the white broken line to 0 and the other cord to 9.
When the OPR/BATT 6STANDBY indicator becomes dim, the tape speed slows down, volume decreases, or sound is distorted during operation, replace the batteries.
Notes on batteries
To avoid damage from leakage or explosion, observe the following: Insert the batteries with the 0 and 9 marks correctly aligned. Do not mix different types of batteries or old batteries with new ones. When the unit is not to be used for a long period, remove the batteries.
Insert two R6 (size AA) batteries.
To clean the cabinet
Use a soft cloth lightly moistened with mild detergent solution. Do not use strong solvents such as alcohol, benzine or thinner.
To clean the heads
When the tape heads are dirty; - high frequency sound is not emitted - the sound is not adequately high - the sound is off-balance - the tape cannot be erased - the tape cannot be recorded on After every 10 hours of use, clean the tape heads with a head cleaning cassette. Use separately sold dry-type or wet-type cleaning cassette. Refer to the instructions of the cleaning cassette for details.
When the reach of the remote control signal is less than 5 meters (16 feet), replace the batteries.
The remote control may not operate correctly when:
- The unit is exposed to intense light, such as direct sunlight - Objects block the remote control signal to the unit
To use the buttons on the remote control
Buttons on the remote control and the main unit with identical indications have the same functions.
To clean the lens
Use a cotton swab slightly moistened with cleaning fluid. Wipe gently from the center to the edge.
To turn the power on
Press POWER to turn on the display. When using the unit on the batteries, this button will not turn the power on.
To turn the power off
Press POWER to turn off the display. When one of the deck operation buttons is pressed, this button will not turn the power off.
To use the FUNCTION button
Each time FUNCTION is pressed while the power is on, the function is selected cyclically. CD RADIO
* applicable when one of the deck operation buttons is pressed
- If an FM stereo broadcast contains noise, press the button so that is displayed. Noise is reduced, although reception is monaural. To restore stereo reception, press the button again. - If a high-pitched sound is heard during AM recording, press the button repeatedly until the noise is reduced. Its position can be checked by being on or off the display. * or MODE on the remote control
Press RADIO/BAND* repeatedly to select the desired band.
FM AM The power is turned on and the previously tuned station is received. * or BAND on the remote control (applicable when the AC cord is connected)
Press r, t (TUNING DOWN, UP) to select a station.
During FM stereo reception, is displayed.
To change the AM tuning interval
The default setting of the AM tuning interval is 9 kHz/ step. If you use the unit in an area where the frequency allocation system is 10 kHz/step, change the interval as follows. 1 Press RADIO/BAND to display FM. 2 Press s while pressing RADIO/BAND to display the AM frequency. When the AM tuning interval is changed, the preset stations are cleared.
After listening, press TAPE/POWER/6STANDBY to turn the power off.
For better reception
Extend the rod antenna and orient it for the best reception. The antenna is inside the unit. Position the unit for the best reception. If the unit picks up noise from other electrical appliances nearby, like a TV or fluorescent lights, move the unit.
For quick tuning (Auto Search)
Keep r, t pressed until the tuner starts searching for a station. When a station is tuned to, the search stops. If the broadcast signal is weak, it does not stop. To stop the search manually, press r or t.
To listen with the headphones
Connect headphones with a stereo mini plug to the PHONES jack.
Volume or tone adjustment does not affect recording.
Press VOLUME N or M. The volume level is displayed as a number from 0 to MAX (25). The volume level is automatically set to 14 if the power is turned off when the volume level is set to 15 or more. (except when turning the power back on within 4 seconds) Pressing DISPLAY on the remote control displays the adjusted volume level.
You can preset up to 15 stations in each band.
Select a station. Press s/MEMORY* once so that M is displayed to store the station.
A station is assigned a preset number, beginning from 1 in consecutive order for each band. Preset number
Press one of the 3-mode equalizer buttons (ROCK, POP, JAZZ). The selected mode R (Rock), P (Pop) or J (Jazz) appears in the display. To cancel, press the selected mode button. ROCK - Emphasizes the high and low range of music. POP - Emphasizes voice and midrange of music. JAZZ - Emphasizes the low range of music. When using the remote control, press EQ repeatedly until the desired mode is selected. The equalizer mode changes to ROCK, POP, JAZZ or no equalization, cyclically.
The T-BASS system enhances the realism of lowfrequency sound. Press T-BASS to turn it on or off. Frequency * or s STOP on the remote control
Repeat steps 1 and 2.
The next station will not be stored if a total of 15 preset stations have already been stored for a band.
To listen to preset stations
Select a band then press e/PRESET repeatedly. c PLAY on the remote control is also available.
To select a preset number directly with the remote control
Press the numbered buttons 0-9 and +10. Example: To select number 15, press +10 and 5. To select number 10, press +10 and 0.
To clear a preset station
Select the preset number first. Within 4 seconds, keep s pressed until M and the preset number disappear in the display. The higher numbers in the band are decreased by one.
To start play when the power is off, press CD. The power is turned on and play of the loaded disc begins (Direct Play Function). To select a track directly with the remote control, press the numbered buttons 0-9 and +10. CD play starts from the selected track and continues to the last track. Example: To select number 25, press +10, +10 and 5. To select number 10, press +10 and 0. After listening, press TAPE/POWER/6STANDBY to turn the power off.
The power is turned on.
Press CD OPEN to open the disc compartment. Place a disc with the printed side up and close the disc compartment.
Total number of tracks and total playing time are displayed. It will take about 15 seconds when loading a CD-RW disc.
Do not use irregular shape CDs (example: heartshaped, octagonal ones). It may result in malfunctions. Do not place more than one disc in the disc compartment. Do not try to open the disc compartment during play. Do not touch the lens. Doing so may cause malfunctions. The unit may not play a CD-R/RW disc that is recorded on personal computers or some kinds of CD-R/RW recorders because of differences in recording platforms. Do not attach any seal or label to either side (the recordable side or the labeled side) of a CD-R/RW disc. It may cause malfunction. Do not load an unrecorded CD-R/RW disc. It will take over 30 seconds to read the disc. The disc may be damaged if you try to open the disc compartment while reading the disc.
Press e/PRESET* to start play.
The number of the track being played and elapsed playing time are displayed. * or c PLAY on the remote control
s/MEMORY Stops play. e/PRESET* Pauses play. To resume play, press again. * or a PAUSE on the remote control r, t Searches for a particular point during playback. Keep r or t pressed and then release it. Skips to the beginning of a track. Press r or t repeatedly. REPEAT/SLEEP/FM MODE/OSC* Repeats a single track or all tracks. Select as follows. [ 1 : A single track is played repeatedly. Select a track with r or t. [ : All tracks are played repeatedly. * or REPEAT on the remote control
SETTING THE SLEEP TIMER
The unit can be turned off automatically at a specified time.
Keep REPEAT/SLEEP/FM MODE/OSC pressed until 30 flashes in the display.
Up to 30 tracks can be programmed from the disc.
Within 4 seconds, press r or t to specify the time until the power is turned off.
Each time it is pressed, the time changes between 10 and 90 minutes in 10-minute steps.
In stop mode, keep s/MEMORY* pressed until M flashes in the display.
* or s STOP on the remote control
Press r or t to select a track, then press s/MEMORY to store it.
While the sleep timer works, the dot keeps flashing.
To check the time remaining until the power is turned off
Repeat step 1 shown above. The remaining time is displayed for 4 seconds. Programmed number
To cancel the sleep timer
To select a track with the remote control Press the numbered buttons 0-9 and +10. Display the remaining time and press r or t repeatedly until OFF is displayed.
Repeat step 2 to program other tracks. Keep s/MEMORY pressed until M stops flashing to finish the program.
M remains displayed and indicates the unit stores the programmed tracks.
If the unit is turned off during tape playback, c on the deck will not be released. Press Z to release c.
Press e to start play.
To check the program, press r or t in stop mode. To clear the program, press s once in stop mode so that M disappears in the display. To change the programmed tracks, clear the program and repeat all the steps again.
Music discs encoded with copyright protection technologies
This product is designed to playback discs that conform to the Compact Disc (CD) standard. Recently, various music discs encoded with copyright protection technologies are marketed by some record companies. Please be aware that among those discs, there are some that do not conform to the CD standard and may not be playable by this product. ENGLISH
RECORDING FROM A CD OR THE TUNER
Use Type I (normal) tapes only. Note that recording is done on only one side of the tape.
INSERTING A TAPE
Press Z to open the cassette holder and insert a tape with the exposed side down and the side to be played facing out.
Deck 1 Deck 2
Insert a tape to be recorded on into deck 1 with the side to be recorded facing out.
Push the cassette holder to close.
Get ready to record from the source.
To record from a CD, press CD and load the disc. To record from a radio broadcast, press RADIO/ BAND and tune to a station.
PLAYING A TAPE
Press c while the power is off.
The power is turned on and play of the inserted tape begins. The volume level is displayed during tape operation. Z Stops play. The power will be automatically turned off. a Pauses play. To resume play, press again. f/g Rewinds/ fast forwards. To stop the winding, press Z.
Press w on deck 1 to start recording.
c is pressed simultaneously. When the selected function is CD, CD play and recording starts simultaneously.
To record only the selected tracks of a CD
1 Follow steps 1 to 4 of PROGRAMMED PLAY on page 9 to program tracks. 2 Press w. To stop recording, press Z on deck 1. To stop CD play, press s/MEMORY. To pause recording, press a. To resume recording, press again. To erase recording, press w on deck 1 while the power is off. After recording, press TAPE/POWER/6STANDBY to turn the power off.
After play on deck 2 finishes, play on deck 1 will start without interruption. During play on deck 2, press a then press c on deck 1. a on deck 1 will be released at the end of play on deck 2.
Connect a microphone with a mini plug to the MIC jack and play a source to be mixed.
To record the microphone mixing sound, insert a tape in deck 1 and press w. During dubbing at high speed, the microphone mixing sound is not recorded. MIC VOL Adjusts the microphone volume. If a howling sound is produced, turn the volume down. To prevent howling, hold the microphone away from the speakers. The use of unidirectional type microphones is also recommended.
DUBBING A TAPE
Press TAPE/POWER/6STANDBY to turn the power off. Insert a tape to be recorded on into deck 1 with the side to be recorded facing out. Insert a tape to be played into deck 2 with the side to be played facing out. Press a then press w on deck 1 to enter recording pause mode.
The power is turned on. c is pressed simultaneously.
Press DUBB SPEED HIGH/LOW to select a dubbing speed.
The HIGH-SPEED DUBBING indicator lights up: Dubs at high speed. The HIGH-SPEED DUBBING indicator goes off: Dubs at normal speed.
Press c on deck 2.
a on deck 1 is released and recording starts.
To stop recording, press Z on deck 1 and deck 2. The power will be automatically turned off.
When recording near a television, noise may be recorded. Move the unit away from the television.
To prevent accidental erasure
Break off the plastic tabs on the cassette tape with a screwdriver or other pointed tool after recording.
To record on the tape again
Cover the tab openings with adhesive tape, etc. Side A
Tab for side A ENGLISH
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Recording a picture Using the ND filter
Using the ND filter (the ND filter 1 setting corresponds to 1/4 of the quantity of light and the ND filter 2 setting corresponds to 1/32 of the quantity of light), you can record a picture clearly by adjusting light amounts, even if you shoot under too bright conditions.
When the ND1 or ND2 indicator flashes on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder
The ND filter is necessary. When ND 1 flashes, set the ND FILTER selector to 1 so that the ND 1 indicator on the LCD or viewfinder screen stops flashing and remains on. When ND 2 flashes, set the ND FILTER selector to 2 so that the ND 2 indicator on the LCD or viewfinder screen stops flashing and remains on.
When ND OFF flashes on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder
The ND filter is not necessary. Set the ND FILTER selector to OFF so that the indicator disappears from the LCD or viewfinder screen. The ND filter is now deactivated.
ND FILT E
Notes If you set the ND FILTER selector to another positions during recording, the picture may be blurred or audio noise may occur. We recommend that you check the position of the ND FILTER selector before shooting. When shooting a too bright object, diffraction off the small aperture may cause slight off set in focusing. This phenomenon is quite common with a use of a video camera recorder. Using the ND filter will reduce influence of such phenomenon, and you can attain a better shooting condition. When the DISPLAY switch located on the front of the viewfinder is set to OFF or turning off the indicators using the DISPLAY button The ND filter indicator will disappear after you set the ND FILTER selector to the appropriate position according to the ND filter indication. When you adjust the iris manually The selected position is displayed, however, the recommended position of the ND FILTER selector is not indicated.
Recording a picture Usable cassettes
The camcorder can use standard-size and mini-size DVCAM/DV cassettes. (To ensure high-quality playback, editing, and storage of recorded contents, we recommend using highly reliable DVCAM cassettes). The following table lists the cassettes that can be used in the camcorder. Model name PDV-64ME/64MEM/64N/94ME/124ME/124MEM /124N/184ME/184MEM/184N PDVM-12ME/22ME/32ME/32MEM/32N/40ME/40MEM/40N Cassette size Standard size Mini size
The numbers in the model names show maximum recording/playback time (minutes) for each model. For example, the maximum recording/playback time of the PDV184ME is 184 minutes. When you use a DV cassette, set REC MODE to DV SP in the menu settings. You can record on a tape 1.5 times longer than the DVCAM format.
To set the audio reference level
When using the camcorder in a editing system containing both consumer DV and professional equipment, setting the audio reference level to 12 dB is recommended. Set up the A REF LVL item in the menu settings (p. 120). 12 dB (the default setting) : Audio reference level commonly used for DV products (The maximum level is 0 dB.) 20 dB: Audio reference level for professional use Notes You cannot record on a tape in LP mode in the DV format. If you insert an incorrect type of cassette, it will be automatically ejected. Changing the audio reference level setting from 20 dB to 12 dB increases the audio recording level by 8 dB whether the AUDIO SELECT (CH-1/CH-2) switches are set to AUTO or MANUAL. If you use a DV cassette without setting REC MODE to DV SP The recordable time is 2/3 time that indicated on the cassette. Cassettes that can be played back with your camcorder You can play back both cassettes recorded in the DVCAM format or in the DV format, however, you cannot play back cassettes that were recorded in LP mode in the DV format.
OFF 70 100
Setting 70 100
Meaning The zebra pattern appears in the portion of the picture on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder with a subject whose brightness is about 70 IRE. The zebra pattern appears in the portion of the picture on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder with a subject whose brightness exceeds more than 100 IRE. The zebra pattern does not appear on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder.
To erase the zebra pattern
Set the ZEBRA selector to OFF. Note on shooting with the zebra pattern Even though you see the zebra pattern on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder, the zebra pattern is not recorded.
Shooting with manual adjustment Releasing the SteadyShot function
When the SteadyShot function is working, the camcorder compensates for camerashake. You can release the SteadyShot function when you do not need to use it. The indicator appears on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder. Do not use the SteadyShot function when shooting a stationary object with a tripod.
(1) Push the CUSTOM PRESET/MENU switch in the MENU direction and release it to display the menu in standby or memory mode. (2) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select , then press the dial. (3) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select STEADYSHOT, then press the dial. (4) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select OFF, then press the dial. (5) Push the CUSTOM PRESET/MENU switch in the MENU direction and release it to erase the menu display.
CAMERA SET D ZOOM 16 : 9W I DE STEADYSHOT FRAME REC I NT. REC
CAMERA SET D ZOOM [MENU] 16 : 9W I DE : END STEADYSHOT ON FRAME REC OFF I NT. REC RETURN CAMERA SET D ZOOM [MENU] 16 : 9W I DE : END STEADYSHOT OFF FRAME REC I NT. REC RETURN
To activate the SteadyShot function again
Select ON in step 4, then press the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial. Notes on the SteadyShot function The SteadyShot function will not correct excessive camera-shake. If you use a tele conversion lens (not supplied) or a wide conversion lens (not supplied), these lens may influence the SteadyShot function.
Shooting with manual adjustment Adjusting the AE shift
You can adjust the AE shift in accordance with shooting conditions and a subject.
(1) Push the AE SHIFT switch in the direction of the arrow and release it in standby, recording, or memory mode. The AE shift indicator appears on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder. (2) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to adjust the brightness.
AE SHIFT 0
To deactivate AE shift
Set the AE shift value to 0, or push the AE SHIFT switch in the direction of the arrow and release it again. When you adjust AE shift The 4 to +4 indicator is displayed on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder. The number varies corresponding to the AE shift level.
You can gain better results by manually adjusting the focus in the following cases: The autofocus mode is not effective when shooting subjects through glass coated with water droplets horizontal stripes subjects with little contrast with backgrounds such as walls and sky When you want to change the focus from a subject in the foreground to a subject in the background Shooting a stationary subject when using a tripod
(1) Slide FOCUS down to MANUAL. The 9 indicator appears on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder in recording, standby, or memory mode. (2) Turn the focus ring to sharpen the focus.
AUTO MANUAL INFINITY
To return to the autofocus mode
Slide FOCUS up to AUTO to turn off the 9 or indicator.
To focus in infinity
Slide FOCUS to INFINITY. The indicator appears on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder. This function is useful when the nearer subject is focused automatically, even though you want to focus on a faraway subject.
To shoot with auto focusing momentarily
Press FOCUS PUSH AUTO. The auto focus functions while you are pressing FOCUS PUSH AUTO. Use this button to focus on one subject and then another with smooth focusing. When you release FOCUS PUSH AUTO, manual focusing resumes.
To obtain the correct focus First, focus on a subject manually with the zoom set toward the T (telephoto) side, then adjust the zoom by pressing the W side of the lever gradually. When you shoot close to the subject Focus at the end of the W (wide-angle) position. 9 changes as follows: when recording a distant subject. when the subject is too close to focus on.
Adjusting the white balance
White balance adjustment makes white subjects look white and allows more natural color balance for camera recording. Normally, white balance is automatically adjusted. You can obtain better results by adjusting the white balance manually when lighting conditions change quickly or when recording outdoors: e.g., neon signs, fireworks.
Saving an appropriate white balance value in memory
You can save two white balance values in separate memories, A and B. Unless changed, the saved values are retained for approximately four months, even when the power supply is detached from the camcorder. Once a value is saved, you can automatically restore the adjustment by setting the WHITE BAL switch to the A or B position. This makes shooting under alternating lighting conditions easy.
(1) Set the AUTO MODE switch to OFF while the camcorder is in standby, recording, or memory mode. (2) Set the ATW switch to OFF. (3) Set the WHITE BAL switch to A or B. (4) Arrange a white subject (paper, cloth, etc.) under the same lighting conditions as for shooting, and zoom in on it so that as far as possible the whole screen is white. (5) Push the WHT BAL switch upward and release it. The white balance adjustment is carried out. The A or B indicator flashes quickly. When the white balance has been adjusted and stored in the memory, the indicator stops flashing. The adjustment value is automatically saved in memory A or B as selected above. To save the white balance adjustment for different lighting conditions, repeat steps 2 to 4 above. You can save two different values for the white balance, in memories A and B.
I NDEX STBY I NDEX MARK REC
I NDEX MARK
To cancel index marking
Press INDEX MARK again in standby mode. Notes on the index Index marks are recorded during recording, you cannot mark an index after recording. Index signals will be recorded both on the tape and on cassette memory. If you use cassettes without cassette memory or the cassette memory is full, the signals will be recorded only on the tape. When you record over the recorded tape and mark an index on the tape, we recommend that you clear all data in the cassette memory before marking an index.
Adjusting the recording level manually Sound recording level
You can adjust the recording sound level. We recommend that you check the recording level before recording. You can adjust the channel 1 and channel 2 separately.
(1) Select the audio input using the AUDIO INPUT (CH-1/CH-2) switches. To select the audio input for channel 1, use the AUDIO INPUT (CH-1) switch, and for channel 2, use the AUDIO INPUT (CH-2) switch. FRONT: Inputs from the MIC IN +48V connector REAR: Inputs from the AUDIO IN CH1/CH2 connectors (2) Select the channel to be adjusted manually using the AUDIO SELECT (CH-1/ CH-2) switches. AUTO: Adjusts the recording level automatically MANUAL: Adjusts the recording level manually (3) Adjust the recording level for each channel using the AUDIO LEVEL knobs. Use the audio level meters at the lower on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder for adjustment.
To adjust the recording level automatically
Set the AUDIO SELECT (CH-1) switch to AUTO for channel 1, and set the AUDIO SELECT (CH-2) switch to AUTO for channel 2. To display the audio level meters Press AUDIO LEVEL. The sound input through the AUDIO IN/OUT CH-1/CH-2 jacks or DV IN/OUT connector You cannot adjust the recording level.
Notes on the recording level of the channel 1 You can adjust the level from both the MIC IN +48V and AUDIO IN CH1 connectors. You can also adjust the level using the AUDIO LEVEL knob located on the front, however, when the AUDIO LEVEL knob located on the side panel is near minimum level, you cannot turn up the volume using the AUDIO LEVEL knob located on the front.
Connecting an optional external microphone
You can also use an external 48-V microphone by connecting it to the MIC IN +48V connector. (The optional CAC-12 Microphone Holder is required.)
Installing the optional CAC-12 Microphone Holder
Remove the two retaining screws (M3 12) for the optional microphone holder, then use these screws to attach the CAC-12 Microphone Holder.
Operation 2: Performing a digital program editing (Dubbing a tape)
(1) Select VIDEO EDIT in the menu settings. Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select START, then press the dial. (2) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select EXECUTE, then press the dial. Search for the beginning of the first program, then start dubbing. The EXECUTING indicator flashes. The SEARCH indicator appears during search, and the EDIT indicator appears during editing on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder. The PROGRAM indicator lights up after dubbing is complete. When the dubbing ends, your camcorder and the VCR automatically stop.
To stop dubbing Press x on this camcorder or on the Remote Commander. To end the digital program editing function Your camcorder stops when the dubbing is complete. Then the display returns to VIDEO EDIT in the menu settings. Push the CUSTOM PRESET/MENU switch in the MENU direction and release it to end the video program editing function. You cannot record on the VCR when: The cassette is not inserted. The tape has run out. The write-protect tab is set to the protect position. NOT READY appears on the LCD screen when: The program to operate the digital program editing has not been made. A DV connecting cable (i.LINK cable) is not connected. The power of the connected VCR is not turned on.
Using with an analog video unit and a PC Signal convert function
You can convert the analog input signal to the digital signal and output it from the DV IN/OUT connector on this camcorder. You can capture images and sound from an analog video unit connecting a PC which has the i.LINK connector to your camcorder.
S VIDEO (not supplied)
OUT S VIDEO VIDEO
DV IN/OUT AUDIO (not supplied)
DV connecting cable (i.LINK cable) (not supplied)
(1) Set the MEMORY/CAMERA/VTR selector to VTR. (2) Push the CUSTOM PRESET/MENU switch in the MENU direction and release it to display the menu. (3) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select , then press the dial. (4) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select A/V t DV OUT, then press the dial. (5) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select ON, then press the dial. (6) Push the CUSTOM PRESET/MENU switch in the MENU direction and release it to erase the menu display. (7) Start playback on the analog video unit slightly ahead of the point from which you want to start capturing images. (8) Start capturing procedures on your PC. The operation procedures depend on your PC and the software which you use. For details on how to capture images, refer to the instruction manual of your PC and your software.
After capturing images and sound Stop capturing procedures on your PC, and stop the playback on the analog video unit.
Notes When you edit the captured image and sound from the analog video unit by a PC, you need to install an appropriate software which can exchange video signals between the camcorder and a PC. Depending on the condition of the analog video signals, the PC may not be able to output the images correctly when you convert analog video signals into digital video signals via your camcorder. Depending on the analog video unit, the image may contain noise or incorrect colors. The camcorder cannot output the digital signal when you input the analog signal that includes a copyright protection signal.
TC / UB SET TC PRESET UB PRESET TC FORMAT REC RUN TC RUN FREE RUN TC MAKE UB T I ME RETURN TC / UB SET TC PRESET UB PRESET [MENU]TC FORMAT : END TC RUN FREE RUN TC MAKE UB T I ME RETURN
To cancel the time code setting
Select CANCEL in step 10, then press the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial.
To reset the time code
Select RESET in step 7, then press the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial. Note Time code can be set only in DVCAM mode.
Setting time values Drop-frame mode
In the NTSC standard, the time code value is based on 30 frames per second, but the exact video frame frequency is in fact 29.97 frames per second and the real time, or 18 frames per 10 minutes. Drop-frame mode corrects for this by skipping two frame counts at the beginning of every minute which is not a multiple of ten. In non-drop-frame mode, however, no frame counts are omitted, and there is a gradual deviation of the time code from real time.
Making the time code continuous at back space editing
Set TC MAKE to REGEN in the menu settings to make the time code continuous when the recording has been interrupted or when the cassette tape has been removed from the camcorder between shootings. When the camcorder is in recording pause mode, the recorded time code is read from the tape and synchronized to the internal time code generator. Once you set TC MAKE to REGEN in the menu settings Even if TC RUN is set to FREE RUN in the menu settings, the running mode is automatically set to REC RUN.
Setting time values Setting the user bits value
You can set the user bits as eight-digit hexadecimal values (base 16) to have the date, time, scene number, and other information inserted into the time code.
(1) Set the MEMORY/CAMERA/VTR selector to VTR or CAMERA. (2) Push the CUSTOM PRESET/MENU switch in the MENU direction and release it to display the menu. (3) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select TC, then press the dial. (4) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select UB PRESET, then press the dial. (5) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select PRESET, then press the dial. (6) Set up the first two digits. Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select the number, then press the dial. (7) Repeat step 6 to set up the other digits. (8) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select SET, then press the dial.
ON DATA CODE z DATE/CAM DATE z 12dB 20dB
A REF LVL
Notes on AUDIO MODE You cannot dub audio sound on a tape recorded in the Fs48K (16-bit) mode. When playing back a tape recorded in the Fs48K (16-bit) mode, you cannot adjust the balance in AUDIO MIX. Note on REC MODE You cannot dub any audio sound on a tape recorded in the DV format (SP mode), even if you recorded it in Fs32K (12-bit) mode.
MEMORY/ CAMERA/ Meaning VTR selector To reset the date or time (p. 128). CAMERA MEMORY To display selected menu items in normal VTR size. CAMERA To display selected menu items at twice the MEMORY normal size. Selects when attaching a lithium-ion battery VTR pack. CAMERA Selects when attaching a nicad battery pack. MEMORY To always insert the still image on the CAMERA moving picture. For details, refer to the operating instructions (Auto Logo Insert for Copyright Protection) supplied with this camcorder. To set the clock to the local time. Turn the CAMERA SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to set a time MEMORY difference. The clock changes by the time difference you set here. If you set the time difference to 0, the clock returns to the originally set time. To chime a melody in normal operations, VTR and beep a warning sound for five seconds. CAMERA MEMORY To beep in the following situations: turning on the power, pressing the start/ stop button, and when a warning message appears. To cancel the melody, beep, and shutter click sound. To activate the Remote Commander VTR supplied with your camcorder. CAMERA MEMORY To deactivate the Remote Commander to avoid remote control misoperation caused by an other VCRs remote control.
Icon/item CLOCK SET LTR SIZE
Mode z NORMAL 2
z LI-ION NI-CD
MELODY z NORMAL
OFF COMMANDER z ON OFF
MEMORY/ CAMERA/ Mode Meaning VTR selector z LCD To show the display on the LCD screen and VTR viewfinder screen. CAMERA MEMORY V-OUT/LCD To show the display on a TV screen, LCD screen and viewfinder screen. z OFF Does not synchronizes the START/STOP CAMERA button on this camcorder and recording/ recording pause operations of the VCR connected with the DV connecting cable (i.LINK cable). ON Synchronizes the START/STOP button on this camcorder and recording/recording pause operations of the VCR connected with the DV connecting cable (i.LINK cable). z OFF To not superimpose the date and time on CAMERA the picture. ON To superimpose the date and time on the picture. z OFF Does not display the color bar. CAMERA Displays the color bar. ON To make programs and perform video VTR editing (p. 91). To adjust and set the synchronization of VTR your camcorder and a VCR for dubbing in edit set mode (p. 89). The cumulative total hours of operation is OPERATION VTR displayed in 10-operation increments. CAMERA The cumulative total hours of drum rotation DRUM RUN with tape threaded is displayed in 10operation increments. TAPE RUN The cumulative total hours of tape running is displayed in 10-operation increments. THREADING The cumulative number of tape unthreading operation is displayed in 10-operation increments.
Titles that are already recorded on tapes You cannot record the titles on a Memory Stick. When you press PHOTO on the Remote Commander Your camcorder immediately records the image that is on the screen when you press the button.
Recording a still image from other equipment
(1) Set the MEMORY/CAMERA/VTR selector to VTR and set DISPLAY in to LCD in the menu settings. (2) Play back the recorded tape, or turn the monitor on to see the desired program. The picture from the other equipment appears on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder. (3) Follow steps 3 and 4 on page 137.
When recording an image through the VIDEO IN/OUT jack
Connect the yellow plug of the A/V connecting cable to the video jack on the VCR or TV. Connect using an S video cable (not supplied) to obtain high-quality pictures With this connection, you do not need to connect the yellow (video) plug of the A/V connecting cable. Connect an S video cable (not supplied) to the S video jacks of both your camcorder and the VCR/TV. This connection produces higher quality DVCAM/DV format pictures.
When recording the image through the DV IN/OUT connector
DV IN/ OUT
Copying still images from a tape Photo save
Using the search function, you can automatically take in still images from tapes and record them on a Memory Stick in sequence. Before operation Insert a recorded tape into your camcorder and rewind the tape. Insert a Memory Stick into your camcorder.
(1) Set the MEMORY/CAMERA/VTR selector to VTR. (2) Push the CUSTOM PRESET/MENU switch in the MENU direction and release it to display the menu. (3) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select , then press the dial. (4) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select PHOTO SAVE, then press the dial. PHOTO BUTTON appears on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder. (5) Press PHOTO deeply. The still image from the tape is recorded on the Memory Stick. The number of still images copied is displayed. END is displayed when copying is completed.
00 : 00 : 00 : / 20 SFN
SAV I NG 0
PHOTO SAVE 00 : 30 : 00 : / 20 SFN
MEMORY SET QUAL I TY PR I NT MARK PROTECT PHOTO SAVE READY RETURN
MEMORY SET QUAL I TY PR I NT MARK PROTECT PHOTO SAVE
[PHOTO] : START [MENU] : END
To cancel copying
Push the CUSTOM PRESET/MENU switch in the MENU direction and release it again.
When the memory of the Memory Stick is full
MEMORY FULL appears on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder, and the copying stops. Insert another Memory Stick and repeat the procedure from step 2. Note You can copy only still images to a Memory Stick and cannot change the order of still images copied. When the access lamp is lit or flashing Never shake or strike your camcorder. Also, do not turn the power off, eject the Memory Stick or remove the battery pack. Otherwise, the image data breakdown may occur. To record all the images recorded on the tape Rewind the tape all the way back and start copying.
BEEP is set to OFF in the menu settings. c Set it to MELODY or NORMAL. (p. 120) The manual adjustment is not suitable for the situations. c Set the AUTO MODE switch to ON, or cancel the manual adjustment. (p. 36) The AUDIO LEVEL (CH-1/CH-2) knobs are set to the minimum level. c Adjust the setting of the AUDIO LEVEL (CH-1/CH-2) knobs. (p. 54) The AUDIO LEVEL knob on the front is set to the minimum level. c Adjust the setting of the AUDIO LEVEL knob. (p. 54)
In the playback mode
Symptom The tape does not move when a video control button is pressed. The playback button does not function. There are horizontal lines on the picture or the playback picture is not clear or does not appear. No sound or only a low sound is heard when playing back a tape. The title search function does not work. Cause and/or Corrective Actions The MEMORY/CAMERA/VTR selector is not set to VTR. c Set it to VTR. (p. 30) The tape has run out. c Rewind the tape. (p. 33) The video head may be dirty. c Clean the heads using the Sony DVM12CL cleaning cassette (not supplied). (p. 173) The volume is turned to minimum. c Turn up the volume. (p. 30) AUDIO MIX is set to the CH3/4 side in the menu settings. c Adjust AUDIO MIX. (p. 120) The tape has no cassette memory. c Use a tape with cassette memory. (p. 79, 158) CM SEARCH is set to OFF in the menu settings. c Set it to ON. (p. 120) There is no title in the tape. c Superimpose the titles. (p. 110) The tape has a blank portion in the recorded portion. (p. 79) The tape has no cassette memory. c Use a tape with cassette memory. (p. 80, 158) CM SEARCH is set to OFF in the menu settings. c Set it to ON. (p. 120) The tape has a blank portion in the recorded portion. (p. 81)
Displaying the recorded date, date search function does not work.
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Symptom The new sound now being added, or that has been added to the recorded tape is not heard. The title is not displayed. The sound is muted or images do not appear when monitoring images through a monitor. The recorded sound is distorted. Cause and/or Corrective Actions AUDIO MIX is set to the CH1/2 side in the menu settings. c Set it to the side you want to monitor. (p. 120)
If you are unable to rectify the problem even if you try corrective actions a few times, contact your Sony dealer or nearest local authorized Sony service facility.
Warning indicators and messages
If indicators and messages appear on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder, check the following: See the page in parentheses ( ) for more information.
E The battery is dead or nearly dead Slow flashing: The battery is nearly dead. Depending on conditions, the E indicator may flash, even if there are five to 10 minutes remaining. Fast flashing: The battery is dead (p. 10). The battery is completely dead. Q Warning indicator as to tape Slow flashing: The tape is near the end. No tape is inserted (p. 13).* The REC/SAVE switch on the cassette is set to REC (p. 14).* Fast flashing: The tape has run out (p. 33).*
Z You need to eject the cassette Slow flashing: The REC/SAVE switch on the cassette is set to REC (p. 14).* Fast flashing: Moisture condensation has occurred (p. 172).* The tape has run out (p. 33).* The self-diagnosis display function is activated (p. 168).* % Moisture condensation has occurred* Fast flashing: Eject the cassette, turn off your camcorder, and leave it for about one hour with the cassette compartment open (p. 172). Warning indicator as to cassette memory Slow flashing: No tape with cassette memory is inserted (p. 158).* Self-diagnosis display (p. 168) - The still image is protected Slow flashing: The still image is protected (p. 149).* Warning indicator as to Memory Stick* Slow flashing: No Memory Stick is inserted (p. 131). Fast flashing: Unreadable Memory Stick is inserted (p. 131).
100-0001 (Warning indicators) Memory Stick file error* Slow flashing: File is broken. File has no compatibility. Memory Stick format error* Fast flashing: There are two directories or more. Data is broken. Memory Stick is not formatted correctly (p. 124).
CLOCK SET Reset the date and time (p. 128). MEMORY FULL The Memory Stick is full in photo save function (p. 141). CLEANING CASSETTE The video heads are dirty (p. 173).** FULL The tape cassette memory is full (p. 112).* AUDIO MODE is set to 48K.* You cannot dub new sound (p. 125). 48K REC MODE REC MODE is set to DV SP.* You cannot dub new sound (p. 125). TAPE There is no recorded portion on the tape.* You cannot dub new sound (p. 103). i.LINK CABLE i.LINK cable is connected (p. 101).* You cannot dub new sound. FULL The Memory Stick is full (p. 136).* The write-protect tab on the Memory Stick is set to LOCK (p. 129).* NO FILE No still image is recorded on the Memory Stick (p. 142).* NO MEMORY STICK No Memory Stick is inserted (p. 131).* MEMORY STICK ERROR The Memory Stick data is corrupted (p. 131).* FORMAT ERROR (p. 124)* - DIRECTORY ERROR (p. 143)* COPY INHIBIT The tape contains copyright control signals for copyright protection of software (p. 159).* Q Z TAPE END The tape has reached the end of the tape (p. 33).* Q NO TAPE Insert a cassette tape (p. 13).* Q LOGO NOT INSERTED The logo is not inserted properly, or the Memory Stick is not inserted that has the logo data. Check if the Memory Stick is inserted properly, or insert the Memory Stick with logo data. Q LOGO SYSTEM ERROR The data setting of the logo insert system is corrupted. Consult your Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service facility.
Maintenance information and precautions Removing Dust from Inside the Viewfinder
(1) While holding down the Eyepiece release catch 1, hinge up the eyecup. (2) Clean the surface with a commercially available blower.
Cleaning the video head
To ensure normal recording and clear pictures, clean the video heads. The video head may be dirty when: mosaic-pattern noise appears on the playback picture. playback pictures do not move. playback pictures do not appear. the x indicator and CLEANING CASSETTE message appear one after another on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder. If the above problem, [a] or [b] occurs, clean the video heads for 10 seconds with the Sony DVM12CL cleaning cassette (not supplied). Check the picture and if the above problem persists, repeat cleaning.
Cleaning the LCD screen
If fingerprints or dust make the LCD screen dirty, we recommend using a LCD Cleaning Cloth (not supplied) to clean the LCD screen.
Maintenance information and precautions Charging the vanadium-lithium battery in your camcorder
Your camcorder is supplied with a vanadium-lithium battery installed so as to retain the date and time, etc., regardless of the setting of the POWER switch. The vanadiumlithium battery is always charged as long as you are using your camcorder. The battery, however, will get discharged gradually if you do not use your camcorder. It will be completely discharged in about four months if you do not use your camcorder at all. Even if the vanadium-lithium battery is not charged, it will not affect the camcorder operation. To retain the date and time, etc., charge the battery if the battery is discharged. Charging the vanadium-lithium battery: Connect your camcorder to house current using the AC power adaptor (not supplied), and leave your camcorder with the POWER switch set to OFF for more than 24 hours. Or install the fully charged battery pack in your camcorder, and leave your camcorder with the POWER switch set to OFF for more than one hour.
Operate your camcorder on 12 V to 17 V DC. For DC or AC operation, use the accessories recommended in this operating instructions. If any solid object or liquid get inside the casing, unplug your camcorder and have it checked by a Sony dealer before operating it any further. Avoid rough handling or mechanical shock. Be particularly careful of the lens. Keep the POWER switch set to OFF when you are not using your camcorder. Do not wrap your camcorder with a towel, for example, and operate it. Doing so might cause heat to build up inside. Keep your camcorder away from strong magnetic fields or mechanical vibration. Noise may appear on the image. Do not touch the LCD screen with a sharp-pointed object. If your camcorder is used in a cold place, a residual image may appear on the LCD screen. This is not a malfunction. While using your camcorder, the back of the LCD screen may heat up. This is not a malfunction.
Functions to be used after recording (in the playback mode)
Digital processing of recorded images Displaying the date/time or various settings when you recorded Searching for scenes having a title Searching for scenes recorded in the photo mode Scanning scenes recorded in the photo mode DIGITAL EFFECT (p. 84) Data code (p. 32) Title search (p. 79) Photo search (p. 82) Photo scan (p. 83)
You can insert the selected logo or mark on the moving picture being shot. For details, refer to the operating instructions (Auto Logo Insert for Copyright Protection) supplied with this camcorder.
A/V connecting cable.. 35, 85, 96 AC adaptor.. 11 Accessory shoe.. 177 Adjusting shutter speed. 40 Adjusting viewfinder. 19 AE SHIFT. 44 Audio dubbing.. 100 AUDIO LEVEL. 54 AUDIO MIX. 123 Audio mode.. 125 AUTO SHTR. 122 BACK LIGHT. 27 Battery pack.. 8 BEEP.. 126 FRAME REC. 76 GAIN.. 38 Grip strap.. 184 Guide frame.. 52 Heads. 173 Print mark.. 154 Progressive.. 64
Rec Review.. 29 REC/SAVE switch. 14 Recording level. 54 Remaining battery capacity indicator.. 26 Remaining tape indicator. 26 Remote Commander.. 188 Remote control jack (LANC).. 183 Remote sensor. 179 RESET.. 167
I, J, K, L
i.LINK.. 183 Image protection.. 149 Image quality mode. 132 INDEX MARK.. 53 INDEX (Multiple) display.. 144 Index search.. 77 Interval recording.. 74 IRIS... 37 JPEG.. 129 Labeling a cassette. 116 LANC.. 183 LCD screen.. 22 LUMINANCEKEY.. 69
Camera chromakey. 71 Cassette memory. 4, 158 Charging vanadium-lithium battery. 174 Clock set. 128 COLOR BAR.. 127 Connection (dubbing a tape). 85 (viewing on a monitor).. 35 Continuous. 135 Custom preset.. 50 Cut recording. 76 Data code. 32 Date search.. 80 Date/time indicator. 32 DIGITAL EFFECT.. 69 Digital program editing. 88 Digital zoom. 25 DISPLAY.. 31 DOT.. 67 Dubbing a tape.. 85 DV connecting cable. 86
S VIDEO jack. 35, 85, 96 SEL/PUSH EXEC dial. 120 Self-diagnosis display. 168 Skip scan.. 33 Slide show.. 148 Slow playback.. 33 Spotlight mode.. 28 STEADYSHOT.. 122 STILL.. 69
Manual adjustment. 36 Manual focus.. 45 Memory chromakey. 71 Memory luminancekey. 71 Memory mix. 71 Memory overlap. 71 Memory Photo recording. 134 Memory Stick. 129 Menu settings.. 120 MIC LOW CUT switch.. 7 Mirror mode. 22 Moisture condensation. 172 MONOTONE. 67 ND filter.. 17 NTSC system.. 171
T, U, V
Tape Photo recording. 62 Telephoto. 24 Time code.. 105 Title.. 110 Title search.. 79 TRAIL.. 69 Transition. 16 TV color system. 171 Usable time.. 8 User bits. 108
OLD MOVIE. 69 Operation indicators.. 190 OVERLAP.. 67 PHONES jack.. 181 Photo scan.. 83 Photo search. 82 Picture search. 33 Playback pause.. 33 Power zoom.. 24
W, X, Y, Z
Warning indicators. 169 White balance. 47 Wide mode.. 66 Wide-angle.. 24 WIPE.. 67 WORLD TIME. 126 Zebra pattern.. 42 Zoom.. 24
EDITSEARCH.. 29 END SEARCH.. 29, 33 External microphone (not supplied).. 56
F, G, H
Fade in/out.. 67 FADER. 67 FLASH MOTION. 69 FOCUS. 45 Format.. 124
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