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Recording a picture 1 Set the POWER switch to CAMERA
POWER CAMERA OFF (CHARGE) PLAYER

(p. 19)

2 Turn STANDBY to STANDBY. The
picture appears in the viewfinder.
while pressing the small green button.

START/STOP

3 Press the red button. Your camcorder
starts recording. To stop recording, press the red button again.
Viewfinder Use the viewfinder placing your eye against its eyecup. The picture in the viewfinder is black and white.
Monitoring the playback picture in the viewfinder (p. 29) 1 Set the POWER switch to
2 Press m to rewind the tape.
PLAYER while CAMERA pressing the OFF small green (CHARGE) button.

PLAYER

3 Press N to start playback.
NOTE Do not pick up your camcorder by holding the viewfinder or the battery pack.

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Getting started

Using this manual

As you read through this manual, buttons and settings on your camcorder are shown in capital letters. e.g. Set the POWER switch to CAMERA. When you carry out an operation, you can hear a beep sound to indicate that the operation is being carried out.
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Note on TV colour systems
TV colour systems differ from country to country. To view your recordings on a TV, you need a PAL system-based TV.

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Copyright precautions
Television programmes, films, video tapes, and other materials may be copyrighted. Unauthorized recording of such materials may be contrary to the provision of the copyright laws.

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Using this manual Precautions on camcorder care
The viewfinder is manufactured using highprecision technology. However, there may be some tiny black points and/or bright points (red, blue, green or white) that constantly appear in the viewfinder. These points occur normally in the manufacturing process and do not affect the recorded picture in any way. Effective ratio of pixels and/or screen are 99.99% or more. Do not let your camcorder get wet. Keep your camcorder away from rain and sea water. Letting your camcorder get wet may cause your camcorder to malfunction. Sometimes this malfunction cannot be repaired [a]. Never leave your camcorder exposed to temperatures above 60C (140F ), such as in a car parked in the sun or under direct sunlight [b]. Do not place your camcorder so as to point the viewfinder toward the sun. The inside of the viewfinder may be damaged [c].

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(1) When fading in [ a] In the standby mode, press FADER until the desired fader indicator flashes. When fading out [ b] In the recording mode, press FADER until the desired fader indicator flashes. The indicator changes as follows: FADER t M.FADER t STRIPE t BOUNCEt MONOTONEt no indicator The last selected fader mode is indicated first of all. (2) Press START/STOP. The fader indicator stops flashing.
(1) [a] , FADER , . [b] , FADER , . : FADER t M.FADER t STRIPE t BOUNCE t MONOTONE t . (2) START/STOP. .
To cancel the fader function
After the fade in/out is carried out : Your camcorder automatically returns to the normal mode. Before the fade in/out is carried out : Before pressing START/STOP, press FADER until the indicator disappears.
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The date, time indicator and title do not fade in or fade out Erase them before operating the fader function if they are not needed. While using the bounce function, you cannot use the following functions: Focus Zoom Picture effect Note on the bounce function The BOUNCE indicator does not appear in the following mode or functions: D ZOOM is set to the mode other than OFF in the menu settings Wide mode Picture effect PROGRAM AE
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Using special effects Picture effect
You can digitally process images to obtain special effects like those in films or on the TV. The contrast of the picture is emphasized, and the picture looks like an animated cartoon. NEG. ART [ b] : The colour and brightness of the picture is reversed. SEPIA : The picture is sepia. B&W : The picture is monochrome (black-and-white). SOLARIZE [ c] : The light intensity is clearer, and the picture looks like an illustration. MOSAIC [ d] : The picture is mosaic. SLIM [ e] : The picture expands vertically. STRETCH [ f] : The picture expands horizontally. PASTEL [ a] :
, . , . NEG. ART [ b] : . SEPIA : . B&W : (). SOLARIZE [ c] : , . MOSAIC [ d] : . SLIM [ e] : . STRETCH [ f] : . PASTEL [ a] :
(1) Press PICTURE EFFECT in the standby or recording mode. The picture effect indicator appears. (2) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select the desired picture effect mode. The indicator changes as follows: PASTEL y NEG.ART y SEPIA y B&W y SOLARIZE y MOSAIC y SLIM y STRETCH
(1) PICTURE EFFECT . . (2) SEL/PUSH EXEC . : PASTEL y NEG.ART y SEPIA y B&W y SOLARIZE y MOSAIC y SLIM y STRETCH

PICTURE EFFECT

MOSAIC
To turn the picture effect function off
Press PICTURE EFFECT. When you turn the power off Your camcorder automatically returns to the normal mode.

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Using the PROGRAM AE function
You can select PROGRAM AE (Auto Exposure) mode to suit your specific shooting requirements. Spotlightmode This mode prevents peoples faces, for example, from appearing excessively white when shooting subjects lit by strong light in the theatre. Soft portrait mode This mode brings out the subject while creating a soft background for subjects such as people or flowers. Sports lesson mode This mode minimizes shake on fast-moving subjects such as in tennis or golf. Beach & ski mode This mode prevents peoples faces from appearing dark in strong light or reflected light, such as at a beach in midsummer or on a ski slope. Sunset & moon mode This mode allows you to maintain atmosphere when you are recording sunsets, general night views, fireworks displays and neon signs. Landscapemode This mode is for when you are recording distant subjects such as mountains and prevents your camcorder from focusing on glass or metal mesh in windows when you are recording a subject behind glass or a screen.

PROGRAM AE

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(1) Press PROGRAM AE in the standby mode. The PROGRAM AE indicator appears. (2) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select the desired PROGRAM AE mode. The indicator changes as follows: y y y y y
(1) PROGRAM AE . PROGRAM AE. (2) SEL/PUSH EXEC PROGRAM AE. : y y y y y

PROGRAM

To turn the PROGRAM AE function off

Press PROGRAM AE.

PROGRAM AE

PROGRAM AE.

Notes In the spotlight, sports lesson and beach & ski modes, you cannot take close-ups. This is because your camcorder is set to focus only on subjects in the middle to far distance. In the sunset & moon and landscape modes, your camcorder is set to focus only on distant subjects. The following functions do not work in the PROGRAM AE mode: Bounce If you press PROGRAM AE when using the NightShot function, the PROGRAM AE indicator flashes and the PROGRAM AE function does not work. If you are recording under a discharge tube such as a fluorescent lamp, sodium lamp or mercurylamp Flickering or changes in colour may occur in the following modes. If this happens, turn the PROGRAM AE function off. Soft portrait mode Sports lesson mode
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Adjusting the exposure manually
You can manually adjust and set the exposure. Adjust the exposure manually in the following cases: The subject is backlit Bright subject and dark background To record dark pictures (e.g. night scenes) faithfully (1) Press EXPOSURE in the standby or recording mode. The exposure indicator appears. (2) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to adjust the brightness.
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EXPOSURE

To return to the automatic exposure mode
Press EXPOSURE again. Note When you adjust the exposure manually, the backlight function does not work. Your camcorder automatically returns to the automatic exposure mode: if you change the PROGRAM AE mode if you slide NIGHTSHOT to ON

EXPOSURE . . : PROGRAM AE NIGHTSHOT ON

Focusing manually

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

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(1) Set FOCUS to MANUAL in the standby or recording mode. The 9 indicator appears. (2) Turn NEAR/FAR to sharpen focus.
(1) FOCUS MANUAL . 9. (2) NEAR/FAR .

NEAR/FAR

To return to the autofocus mode

Set FOCUS to AUTO.

FOCUS AUTO.
To record distant subjects
When you press FOCUS down to INFINITY, the indicator appears. lens focuses on infinity and When you release FOCUS, your camcorder returns to the manual focus mode. Use this mode when your camcorder focuses on near objects even though you are trying to shoot a distant object. To focus precisely Adjust the zoom by first focusing at the T (telephoto) position and then shooting at the W (wide-angle) position. This makes focusing easier. When you shoot close to the subject Focus at the end of the W (wide-angle) position. 9 changestothefollowingindicators: when recording a distant subject. when the subject is too close to focus on.
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Superimposing a title

You can select one of eight preset titles and two custom titles (p. 46). You can also select the language, colour, size and position of titles.

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VACATION
(1) Press TITLE in the standby mode. (2) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select , then press the dial. (3) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select the desired title, then press the dial. The titles are displayed in the language you selected. (4) Change the colour, size, or position, if necessary. 1 Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select the colour, size, or position, then press the dial. The item appears. 2 Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select the desired item, then press the dial. 3 Repeat steps 1 and 2 until the title is laid out as desired. (5) Press the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial again to complete the setting. (6) Press START/STOP to start recording. (7) When you want to stop recording the title, press TITLE.

. 20. (1) TITLE PLAYER. (2) SEL/PUSH EXEC , . (3) SEL/PUSH EXEC (CUSTOM1) (CUSTOM2), . (4) SEL/PUSH EXEC , . (5) SEL/PUSH EXEC , . (6) , . (7) SEL/ PUSH EXEC [SET], . . (8) TITLE, .
TITLE SET CUSTOM1 " " CUSTOM2 " " TITLE SET

RETURN

TITLE SET

TITLE SET S

To change a title you have stored
In step 3, select CUSTOM1 or CUSTOM2, depending on which title you want to change, then press the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial. Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select [ then press C], the dial to delete the title. The last character is erased. Enter the new title as desired. If you take 5 minutes or longer to enter characters in the standby mode while a cassette is in your camcorder The power automatically goes off. The characters you have entered remain stored in memory. Turn STANDBY down once and then up again, then proceed from step 1. We recommend setting the POWER switch to PLAYER or removing the cassette so that your camcorder does not automatically turn off while you are entering title characters. If you select [ ] The menu for selecting alphabet and Russian ] to return to the characters appear. Select [ previous screen. To delete the title Select [ C]. The last character is erased.
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Editing

Dubbing a tape
Using the A/V connecting cable
Connect your camcorder to the VCR using the A/V connecting cable supplied with your camcorder. (1)Insert a blank tape (or a tape you want to record over) into the VCR, and insert the recorded tape into your camcorder. (2)Set the input selector on the VCR to LINE. Refer to the operating instructions of your VCR for more information. (3)Set the POWER switch to PLAYER. (4)Play back the recorded tape on your camcorder. (5)Start recording on the VCR. Refer to the operating instructions of your VCR for more information.
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Mode OFF 40 z 200

Meaning To deactivate digital zoom. Up to 20 zoom is carried out. To activate digital zoom. More than 20 to 40 zoom is performed digitally. (p. 21) To activate digital zoom. More than 20 to 200 zoom is performed digitally. (p. 21) To record in the CINEMA mode (p. 31) To record in the 16:9FULL mode To use the NightShot Light function (p. 24) To cancel the NightShot Light function

16:9WIDE

z OFF CINEMA 16:9FULL

N.S. LIGHT

z ON OFF
POWER switch PLAYER PLAYER

Icon/item EDIT TBC

Mode z OFF ON z ON OFF
Meaning To minimize picture deterioration when editing To correct jitter To not correct jitter. Set TBC to OFF when playing back a tape on which you have dubbed over and recorded the signal of a TV game or similar machine. To reduce picture noise To reduce a conspicuous afterimage when the picture has a lot of movement
TBC stands for Time Base Corrector. DNR z ON OFF PLAYER
DNR stands for Digital Noise Reduction. NTSC PB z ON PAL TV NTSC 4.43 To play back a tape recorded in the NTSC colour system on a PAL system TV To play back a tape recorded in the NTSC colour system on a TV with the NTSC 4.43 mode PLAYER
Note on the playback of the NTSC tapes You can play back tapes recorded in the NTSC video system. When you play back a tape on a Multi System TV, select the best mode while viewing the picture on the TV. In more than 5 minutes after removing the power source The EDIT item is returned to its default setting. The other menu items are held in memory even when the battery is removed, as long as the lithium battery is installed.
POWER switch CAMERA CAMERA
Icon/item REC MODE ORC TO SET

Mode z SP LP

Meaning To record in SP (Standard Play) mode To increase the recording time to twice the SP mode To automatically adjust the recording condition to get the best possible recording. Press START/STOP to start adjustment. Your camcorder takes about 10 seconds to check the tape condition and then returns to the standby mode.
ORC stands for Optimizing the Recording Condition. qREMAIN z AUTO To display the remaining tape bar: for about 8 seconds after your camcorder is turned on and calculates the remaining amount of tape for about 8 seconds after a cassette is inserted and your camcorder calculates the remaining amount of tape for about 8 seconds after N is pressed in PLAYER mode for the period of tape rewinding, forwarding or picture search in the PLAYER mode To always display the remaining tape bar PLAYER CAMERA
Notes on the LP mode When you record a tape in the LP mode on your camcorder, we recommend playing the tape on your camcorder. When you play back the tape on other camcorders or VCRs, noise may occur in pictures or sound. Noise may occur also when you play on your camcorder tapes recorded in the LP mode on other camcorders or VCRs. Notes on ORC setting Each time you eject the cassette, the ORC setting will be canceled. If necessary, reset the setting. You cannot use this setting on a tape with the red mark on the cassette exposed. (i. e. the tape is write-protected) When you set ORC TO SET, a non-recorded section of about 0.1 seconds appears on the tape. However, note that this non-recorded section disappears from the tape when you continue recording from this section. To check if you have already set the ORC setting, select ORC TO SET in the menu settings. ORC ON is displayed if ORC TO SET is already set.

Icon/item CLOCK SET AUTO DATE

Mode z ON OFF

Meaning To reset the date or time (p. 58) To record the date for 10 seconds after recording has started To cancel the auto date function To display selected menu items in normal size To display selected menu items at twice the normal size To make the demonstration appear To cancel the demonstration mode

LTR SIZE

z NORMAL 2

PLAYER CAMERA CAMERA

DEMO MODE
Notes on DEMO MODE You cannot select DEMO MODE when a cassette is inserted in your camcorder. DEMO MODE is set to STBY (Standby) at the factory and the demonstration starts about 10 minutes after you have set the POWER switch to CAMERA without a cassette inserted. To cancel the demonstration, insert a cassette, set the POWER switch to other than CAMERA, or set DEMO MODE to OFF. When NIGHTSHOT is set to ON, the NIGHTSHOT indicator appears in the viewfinder and you cannot select DEMO MODE in the menu settings.

Icon/item WORLD TIME

Meaning To set the clock to the local time. Turn the SEL/ PUSH EXEC dial to set a time 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.

z MELODY

To output the melody when you start/stop recording or when an unusual condition occurs on your camcorder To output the beep sound instead of the melody To cancel the melody and beep sound To light up the camera recording lamp at the front of your camcorder To turn the camera recording lamp off so that the subject is not aware of the recording

PLAYER CAMERA

NORMAL OFF REC LAMP z ON OFF
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POWER PLAYER

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Time Base Corrector ( ). DNR z ON OFF PLAYER
DNR Digital Noise Reduction ( ). NTSC PB z ON PAL TV PLAYER

NTSC 4.43

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POWER CAMERA

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Foreign 8 mm video

Because TV colour systems differ from country to country, you may not be able to play back foreign pre-recorded tapes. Refer to Using your camcorder abroad to check the TV colour systems used in foreign countries. Playing back an NTSC-recorded tape You can play back tapes recorded in the NTSC video system using the SP mode. However, note that the following will occur during playback of an NTSC-recorded tape. When playing back a tape on a TV screen, you may not get the original colour depending on the TV. When you play back on a Multi System TV, set NTSC PB to the desired mode in the menu settings. During playback, a black band appears on the lower part of the viewfinder. You cannot play back a tape recorded in the NTSC video system with the LP mode on a TV screen. If a tape has portions recorded in PAL and NTSC video systems, the tape counter reading is not correct. This discrepancy is due to the difference between the counting cycle of the two video systems. You cannot edit the NTSC-recorded tape onto another VCR.
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Additional information

Changing the lithium battery in your camcorder
When replacing the lithium battery, keep the battery pack or other power source attached. Otherwise, you will need to reset the date, time and other items in the menu settings hold in memory by the lithium battery. Insert the battery with the positive (+) side facing out. When the battery becomes weak or dead, the W indicator flashes in the viewfinder for about 5 seconds when you set the POWER switch to CAMERA. In this case, replace the battery with a Sony CR2025 or Duracell DL-2025 lithium battery. Use of any other battery may present a risk of fire or explosion. Discard used batteries according to the manufacturers instructions. . , , . , (+) . , W 5 , POWER CAMERA. , Sony CR2025 Duracell DL-2025. . -.
WARNING The battery may explode if mistreated. Do not recharge, disassemble, nor dispose of it in fire. Lithium battery Keep the lithium battery out of the reach of children. Should the battery be swallowed, immediately consult a doctor. Wipe the battery with a dry cloth to ensure good contact. Lithium battery installed at the factory This battery may not last 1 year.
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Changing the lithium battery in your camcorder Changing the lithium battery
(1) Open the lid of the lithium battery compartment. (2) Push the lithium battery down once and pull it out from the holder. (3) Install a Sony CR2025 or Duracell DL-2025 lithium battery with the positive (+) side facing out. (4) Close the lid.

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Troubleshooting

If you run into any problem using your camcorder, use the following table to troubleshoot the problem. If the problem persists, disconnect the power source and contact your Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service facility. If C: ss:ss appears in the viewfinder, the self-diagnosis display function has worked. See page 67.

In the recording mode

Symptom
START/STOP does not operate.

The power goes off.

The image on the viewfinder screen is not clear. The autofocusing function does not work.
The x indicator flashes in the viewfinder. A vertical band appears when you shoot a subject such as lights or a candle flame against a dark background. A vertical band appears when you shoot a very bright subject. An unknown picture is displayed in the viewfinder.
Cause and/or Corrective Actions The POWER switch is set to OFF (CHARGE) or PLAYER. c Set it to CAMERA. (p. 19) STANDBY is set to LOCK. c Turn STANDBY to STANDBY. (p. 19) The tape has run out. c Rewind the tape or insert a new one. (p. 18, 29) The write-protect tab is set to expose the red mark. c Use a new tape or slide the tab. (p. 18) The tape is stuck to the drum (moisture condensation). c Remove the cassette and leave your camcorder for at least 1 hour to acclimatize. (p. 75) While being operated in the CAMERA mode, your camcorder has been in the standby mode for more than 5 minutes. c Turn STANDBY down once and then up again. (p. 19) The viewfinder lens is not adjusted. c Adjust the viewfinder lens. (p. 22) FOCUS is set to MANUAL. c Set it to AUTO. (p. 42) Shooting conditions are not suitable for autofocus. c Set FOCUS to MANUAL to focus manually. (p. 42) The video heads may be dirty. c Clean the heads using the Sony V8-25CLD cleaning cassette (not supplied). (p. 76) The contrast between the subject and background is too high. This is not a malfunction.
This is not a malfunction. If 10 minutes elapse after you set the POWER switch to CAMERA or DEMO MODE is set to ON in the menu settings without a cassette inserted, your camcorder automatically starts the demonstration. c Insert a cassette and the demonstration stops. You can also cancel DEMO MODE. (p. 53)

The picture is recorded in incorrect or unnatural colours. Picture appears too bright, and the subject does not appear in the viewfinder.
Cause and/or Corrective Actions NIGHTSHOT is set to ON. c Set it to OFF. (p. 24) NIGHTSHOT is set to ON in a bright place. c Set it to OFF, or use the NightShot function in a dark place. (p. 24)

In the playback mode

The tape does not move when a video control button is pressed.
The playback picture is not clear or does not appear.
Cause and/or Corrective Actions The POWER switch is set to CAMERA or OFF (CHARGE). c Set it to PLAYER. (p. 29) The tape has run out. c Rewind the tape. (p. 29) The televisions video channel is not adjusted correctly. c Adjust it. (p. 28) EDIT is set to ON in the menu settings. c Set it to OFF. (p. 49) The video head may be dirty. c Clean the heads using the Sony V8-25CLD cleaning cassette (not supplied). (p. 76)
In the recording and playback modes
Symptom Cause and/or Corrective Actions The battery pack is not installed, or is dead or nearly dead. c Install a charged battery pack. (p. 12, 13) The AC power adaptor is not connected to the mains. c Connect the AC power adaptor to the mains. (p. 17) The battery pack is quickly The operating temperature is too low. discharged. The battery pack is not fully charged. c Charge the battery pack again. (p. 13) The battery pack is completely dead, and cannot be recharged. c Replace with a new battery pack. (p. 12) The battery remaining indicator does You have used the battery pack in an extremely hot or cold not indicate the correct time. environment for a long time. The battery pack is completely dead, and cannot be recharged. c Replace with a new battery pack. (p. 12) The battery is dead. c Use a charged battery pack. (p. 12, 13)
The power does not turn on.
(Continued on the following page)
The power goes off although the battery remaining indicator indicates that the battery pack has enough power to operate. The cassette cannot be removed from the holder.
Cause and/or Corrective Actions c Charge the battery pack fully again so that the indication on the battery remaining indicator is correct.
The % and Z indicators flash and no functions except for cassette ejection work.
The power source is disconnected. c Connect it firmly. (p. 12, 17) The battery is dead. c Use a charged battery pack. (p. 12, 13) Moisture condensation has occurred. c Remove the cassette and leave your camcorder for at least 1 hour to acclimatize. (p. 75)

Others

The date or time indicator does not appear, and the bars --:--:-- appear. The melody or beep sounds for 5 seconds.
Cause and/or Corrective Actions Reset the date and time. (p. 58) Moisture condensation has occurred. c Remove the cassette and leave your camcorder for at least 1 hour to acclimatize. (p. 75) Some troubles has occurred in your camcorder. c Remove the cassette and insert it again, then operate your camcorder. The AC power adaptor is disconnected. c Connect it firmly. (p. 13) Something is wrong with the battery pack. c Contact your Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service facility.

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CLOCK SET For InfoLITHIUM BATTERY ONLY CLEANING CASSETTE START/STOP KEY (. 58). InfoLITHIUM (. 16). (. 76). START/STOP ORC. (. 56). ORC. (. 56).
Using your camcorder abroad
You can use your camcorder in any country or area with the AC power adaptor supplied with your camcorder within 100 V to 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz. Your camcorder is a PAL system based camcorder. If you want to view the playback picture on a TV, it must be a PAL system based TV with VIDEO/AUDIO input jack. The following shows TV colour systems used overseas. PAL system Australia, Austria, Belgium, China, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Great Britain, Holland, Hong Kong, Italy, Kuwait, Malaysia, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Singapore, Slovak Republic, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, etc. PAL-M system Brazil PAL-N system Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay NTSC system Bahama Islands, Bolivia, Canada, Central America, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Jamaica, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Peru, Surinam, Taiwan, the Philippines, the U.S.A., Venezuela, etc. SECAM system Bulgaria, France, Guyana, Hungary, Iran, Iraq, Monaco, Poland, Russia, Ukraine, etc.
, , 100 240 50/60. PAL. , , PAL, VIDEO/AUDIO. , . PAL , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . PAL-M PAL-N , , NTSC , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . SECAM , , , , , , , , , .
Simple setting of clock by time difference
You can easily set the clock to the local time by setting a time difference. Select WORLD TIME in the menu settings. See page 53 for more information.

. WORLD TIME . . 57.

Maintenance information and precautions

Moisture condensation

If your camcorder is brought directly from a cold place to a warm place, moisture may condense inside your camcorder, on the surface of the tape, or on the lens. In this condition, the tape may stick to the head drum and be damaged or your camcorder may not operate correctly. If there is moisture inside your camcorder, the beep sounds and the % indicator flashes. When the Z indicator flashes at the same time, the cassette is inserted in your camcorder. If moisture condenses on the lens, the indicator will not appear.

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If moisture condensation occurred
None of the functions except cassette ejection will work. Eject the cassette, turn off your camcorder, and leave it for about 1 hour with the cassette compartment open. Your camcorder can be used again if the % indicator does not appear when the power is turned on again. Note on moisture condensation Moisture may condense when you bring your camcorder from a cold place into a warm place (or vice versa) or when you use your camcorder in a hot place as follows: You bring your camcorder from a ski slope into a place warmed up by a heating device You bring your camcorder from an airconditioned car or room into a hot place outside You use your camcorder after a squall or a shower You use your camcorder in a high temperature and humidity place How to prevent moisture condensation When you bring your camcorder from a cold place into a warm place, put your camcorder in a plastic bag and tightly seal it. Remove the bag when the air temperature inside the plastic bag has reached the surrounding temperature (after about 1 hour).
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Maintenance information and precautions Maintenance information

Cleaning the video head

To ensure normal recording and clear pictures, clean the video heads. The video head may be dirty when: The x indicator and CLEANING CASSETTE message appear one after another or the x indicator flashes in the viewfinder. Playback pictures contain noise. Playback pictures are hardly visible. Playback pictures do not appear. If this happens, clean the video heads with the Sony V8-25CLD cleaning cassette (not supplied).

. , : x CLEANING CASSETTE x. . . . , Sony V8-25CLD ( ).
[a] Slightly dirty [b] Very dirty Note on video heads When the playback pictures are still contain noise even if you have cleaned the video heads with a cleaning cassette, the video heads may have worn down due to long use. If this is the case, they must be replaced with new heads. Contact your Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service facility.

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ws FADER button (p. 34) wd BACK LIGHT button (p. 23) wf EXPOSURE button (p. 41) wg MENU button (p. 49) wh SEL/PUSH EXEC dial (p. 32) wj Lithium battery compartment (p. 62) Attaching the shoulder strap Attach the shoulder strap supplied with your camcorder to the hooks for the shoulder strap. ws FADER (. 34) wd BACK LIGHT (. 23) wf EXPOSURE (. 41) wg MENU (. 49) wh SEL/PUSH EXEC (. 32) wj 62) (. , , .
wk DATE button (p. 26) wl TITLE button (p. 44) e; PROGRAM AE button (p. 39) ea TIME button (p. 26) es COUNTER RESET button (p. 20) ed PICTURE EFFECT button (p. 37)
wk DATE (. 26) wl TITLE(. 44) e; PROGRAM AE (. 39) ea TIME (. 26) es COUNTER RESET (. 20) ed PICTURE EFFECT (. 37)

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ef Viewfinder (p. 22) eg EJECT switch (p. 18) eh LANC control jack LANC stands for Local Application Control Bus System. The control jack is used for controlling the tape transport of video equipment and other peripherals connected to the video equipment. This jack has the same function as the jack indicated as CONTROL L or REMOTE. ej Cassette compartment (p. 18) ek Grip strap el RFU DC OUT (RFU adaptor DC output) jack (p. 28) r; MIC jack (PLUG IN POWER) Connect an external microphone (not supplied). This jack also accepts a plug-in-power microphone. If you connect a 2-pin microphone, supply power from DC OUT jack. ra AUDIO/VIDEO jacks (p. 28) Fastening the grip strap ef (. 22) eg EJECT (. 18) eh LANC LANC . , . , , CONTROL L REMOTE. ej (. 18) ek el RFU DC OUT (. -) (. 28) r; e MIC (PLUG IN POWER) ( ). . 2- , DC OUT. ra AUDIO/VIDEO (. 28)
Fasten the grip strap firmly.
Identifying the parts and controls Operation indicators

Viewfinder /

Display window /

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M.FADER CINEMA SEPIA

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1 56) (. 2 (. 23) 3 41)/ (. (. 21) 4 (. 34)
1 Recording mode indicator (p. 52) 2 Remaining battery time indicator (p. 23) 3 Exposure indicator (p. 41)/Zoom indicator (p. 21) 4 Fader indicator (p. 34) 5 Wide mode indicator (p. 31) 6 Picture effect indicator (p. 37) 7 PROGRAM AE indicator (p. 38) 8 Backlight indicator (p. 23) 9 Manual focusing indicator (p. 42) 0 STBY/REC indicator (p. 23)/Video control mode indicator (p. 30) qa Tape counter indicator (p. 23)/Self-diagnosis display indicator (p. 67) qs Remaining tape indicator (p. 23) qd NIGHTSHOT indicator (p. 24)
5 (. 31) 6 (. 37) 7 PROGRAM AE (. 38) 8 (. 23) 9 42) (. 0 STBY/REC (. 23)/ (. 30) qa 23)/ (. (. 72) qs 23) (. (. 24) qd NIGHTSHOT
qf AUTO DATE indicator (p. 59)/Date indicator (p. 26, 59) qg Time indicator (p. 26, 59) qh Warning indicators (p. 68) qj Recording lamp (p. 19) qk Date or time indicator (p. 26, 59)/Tape counter indicator (p. 23)/Self-diagnosis display indicator (p. 67)/Remaining battery time indicator (p. 13) ql FULL charge indicator (p. 13)

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MicroBeam Battery Compatibility List The Microbeam 256 should only be used with batteries showing a rating of at least 4500mAh / 32W JVC BN mount compatible to the following digital camcorder models: JVC CU-VH1 JVC CU-VH1US JVC GR-33 JVC GR-4000US JVC GR-D20 JVC GR-D200 JVC GR-D2000 JVC GR-D200U JVC GR-D200US JVC GR-D201 JVC GR-D20E JVC GR-D20EG JVC GR-D21 JVC GR-D21EK JVC GR-D22 JVC GR-D220 JVC GR-D225 JVC GR-D225EK JVC GR-D228 JVC GR-D22US JVC GR-D23 JVC GR-D230 JVC GR-D230EK JVC GR-D230US JVC GR-D231 JVC GR-D238 JVC GR-D30 JVC GR-D30E JVC GR-D30U JVC GR-D30US JVC GR-D31 JVC GR-D31EK JVC GR-D31US JVC GR-D33 JVC GR-D33EK JVC GR-D33US JVC GR-D34 JVC GR-D40 JVC GR-D43 JVC GR-D43EK JVC GR-D47 JVC GR-D50 JVC GR-D50E JVC GR-D50K JVC GR-D51 JVC GR-D53 JVC GR-D54 JVC GR-D60 JVC GR-D60EK JVC GR-D63 JVC GR-D63EK JVC GR-D70 JVC GR-D70E JVC GR-D70EK JVC GR-D70K JVC GR-D70U JVC GR-D70US JVC GR-D72 JVC GR-D72US JVC GR-D73 Panasonic CRG-D" mount compatible to the following digital camcorder models: Panasonic AG-DV1DC Panasonic AG-DVC15 Panasonic AG-DVC30 Panasonic AG-DVC32 Panasonic AG-DVC60 Panasonic AG-DVC62 Panasonic AG-DVC7 Panasonic AG-DVX100 Panasonic AG-DVX1000 Panasonic AG-DVX100A Panasonic AG-DVX100BE Panasonic AG-DVX102A Panasonic AG-DVX102B Panasonic AG-HVX200 Panasonic AJ-PCS060G (Portable Hard Disk Unit) Panasonic DZ-MX5000 Panasonic NV-C1 Panasonic NV-C2 Panasonic NV-C3 Panasonic NV-C5 Panasonic NV-C7 Panasonic NV-D89 Panasonic NV-DA1 Panasonic NV-DA1B Panasonic NV-DA1EG Panasonic NV-DA1EN Panasonic NV-DA1ENA Panasonic NV-DB1 Panasonic NV-DS11 Panasonic NV-DS11EN Panasonic NV-DS11ENA Panasonic NV-DS11ENC Panasonic NV-DS12 Panasonic NV-DS12B Panasonic NV-DS12EG Panasonic NV-DS15 Panasonic NV-DS150 Panasonic NV-DS150B Panasonic NV-DS15A Panasonic NV-DS15B Panasonic NV-DS15EG Panasonic NV-DS15EN Panasonic NV-DS15ENC Panasonic NV-DS200 Panasonic NV-DS25 Panasonic NV-DS25A Panasonic NV-DS25EG Panasonic NV-DS25EN Panasonic NV-DS27 Panasonic NV-DS27B Panasonic NV-DS28 Panasonic NV-DS28A Panasonic NV-DS28B Panasonic NV-DS29 Panasonic NV-DS29EG Panasonic NV-DS3 Panasonic NV-DS30 Panasonic NV-DS30A Panasonic NV-DS30EG
Sony "NP" mount compatible to the following digital camcorder models: Sony DSR-PD150 Sony DSR-PD150P Sony DSR-PD170 Sony DSR-PD170P Sony HDR-FX1E Sony CCD-RV100 Sony CCD-RV200 Sony CCD-SC5 Sony CCD-SC5/E Sony CCD-SC6 Sony CCD-SC65 Sony CCD-SC7 Sony CCD-SC7/E Sony CCD-SC8/E Sony CCD-SC9 Sony CCD-TR1 Sony CCD-TR11 Sony CCD-TR1100E Sony CCD-TR12 Sony CCD-TR18 Sony CCD-TR18E Sony CCD-TR1E Sony CCD-TR2 Sony CCD-TR200 Sony CCD-TR205 Sony CCD-TR215 Sony CCD-TR2200E Sony CCD-TR2300 Sony CCD-TR2300E Sony CCD-TR280PK Sony CCD-TR290PK Sony CCD-TR3 Sony CCD-TR300 Sony CCD-TR3000 Sony CCD-TR3000E Sony CCD-TR3100E Sony CCD-TR311E Sony CCD-TR315 Sony CCD-TR315E Sony CCD-TR317 Sony CCD-TR3200E Sony CCD-TR3300 Sony CCD-TR3300E Sony CCD-TR411E Sony CCD-TR412E Sony CCD-TR413 Sony CCD-TR414 Sony CCD-TR415E Sony CCD-TR416 Sony CCD-TR417 Sony CCD-TR417E Sony CCD-TR425E Sony CCD-TR427 Sony CCD-TR427E Sony CCD-TR500 Sony CCD-TR511E Sony CCD-TR512E Sony CCD-TR515E Sony CCD-TR516 Sony CCD-TR516E
Canon "G" mount compatible to the following digital camcorder models: Canon C2 Canon E1 Canon E2 Canon E30 Canon ES-300V Canon ES-4000 Canon ES-410V Canon ES-420V Canon ES-50 Canon ES-5000 Canon ES-520A Canon ES-55 Canon ES-60 Canon ES-6000 Canon ES-65 Canon ES-6500V Canon ES-7000es Canon ES-7000V Canon ES-75 Canon ES-8000V Canon ES-8100 Canon ES-8100H18 Canon ES-8100V Canon ES-8200V Canon ES-8400V Canon ES-8600 Canon FV1 Canon FV500 Canon G10 Canon G1000 Canon G10Hi Canon G1500 Canon G15Hi Canon G2000 Canon G20Hi Canon G30Hi Canon G35Hi Canon G45Hi Canon GL1 Canon GL2 Canon MV1 Canon MV10 Canon MV10i Canon MV20 Canon MV200 Canon MV200i Canon MV20i Canon Optura Canon Optura Pi Canon UC-V10 Canon UC-V100 Canon UC-V10Hi Canon UC-V20 Canon UC-V200 Canon UC-V20Hi Canon UC-V30 Canon UC-V300 Canon UC-V30Hi Canon UC-X1Hi Canon UC-X2
Sony CCD-TR517 Sony CCD-TR57 Sony CCD-TR610 Sony CCD-TR617 Sony CCD-TR617E Sony CCD-TR618 Sony CCD-TR618E Sony CCD-TR640E Sony CCD-TR67 Sony CCD-TR710 Sony CCD-TR713E Sony CCD-TR716 Sony CCD-TR717 Sony CCD-TR717E Sony CCD-TR718 Sony CCD-TR718E Sony CCD-TR728 Sony CCD-TR728E Sony CCD-TR730E Sony CCD-TR76 Sony CCD-TR760E Sony CCD-TR810E Sony CCD-TR818 Sony CCD-TR840E Sony CCD-TR845E Sony CCD-TR87 Sony CCD-TR910 Sony CCD-TR913E Sony CCD-TR917 Sony CCD-TR918E Sony CCD-TR930 Sony CCD-TR940 Sony CCD-TR950E Sony CCD-TR97 Sony CCD-TRT97 Sony CCD-TRV15 Sony CCD-TRV16 Sony CCD-TRV16E Sony CCD-TRV201 Sony CCD-TRV215 Sony CCD-TRV25 Sony CCD-TRV27E Sony CCD-TRV3000 Sony CCD-TRV315 Sony CCD-TRV35 Sony CCD-TRV36 Sony CCD-TRV37 Sony CCD-TRV37E Sony CCD-TRV4 Sony CCD-TRV41 Sony CCD-TRV43 Sony CCD-TRV45K Sony CCD-TRV46 Sony CCD-TRV46E Sony CCD-TRV47 Sony CCD-TRV47E Sony CCD-TRV48 Sony CCD-TRV48E Sony CCD-TRV49 Sony CCD-TRV51 Sony CCD-TRV517 Sony CCD-TRV54E Sony CCD-TRV56E Sony CCD-TRV57 Sony CCD-TRV57E Sony CCD-TRV58 Sony CCD-TRV59

Sony CCD-TRV59E Sony CCD-TRV615 Sony CCD-TRV62 Sony CCD-TRV63 Sony CCD-TRV65 Sony CCD-TRV66 Sony CCD-TRV66E Sony CCD-TRV66K Sony CCD-TRV67 Sony CCD-TRV67E Sony CCD-TRV68 Sony CCD-TRV71 Sony CCD-TRV715 Sony CCD-TRV716 Sony CCD-TRV72 Sony CCD-TRV720 Sony CCD-TRV75 Sony CCD-TRV78 Sony CCD-TRV78E Sony CCD-TRV80PK Sony CCD-TRV81 Sony CCD-TRV815 Sony CCD-TRV82 Sony CCD-TRV85 Sony CCD-TRV85K Sony CCD-TRV86PK Sony CCD-TRV87 Sony CCD-TRV87E Sony CCD-TRV88 Sony CCD-TRV90 Sony CCD-TRV91 Sony CCD-TRV92 Sony CCD-TRV93 Sony CCD-TRV930 Sony CCD-TRV940 Sony CCD-TRV94E Sony CCD-TRV95 Sony CCD-TRV95E Sony CCD-TRV95K Sony CCD-TRV98 Sony CCD-TRV98E Sony CCD-TRV99 Sony CVX-V18NS (Nightshot Camers) Sony CVX-V18NSP (Nightshot Camers) Sony DCR-TR7000 Sony DCR-TR7000E Sony DCR-TR7100E Sony DCR-TR7 Series Sony DCR-TR8000E Sony DCR-TR8100E Sony DCR-TRU47E Sony DCR-TRV103 Sony DCR-TRV110 Sony DCR-TRV110E Sony DCR-TRV110K Sony DCR-TRV120 Sony DCR-TRV120E Sony DCR-TRV125E Sony DCR-TRV130 Sony DCR-TRV130E Sony DCR-TRV203 Sony DCR-TRV210 Sony DCR-TRV210E Sony DCR-TRV220K Sony DCR-TRV310
JVC GR-DVL1170 JVC GR-DVL120 JVC GR-DVL120A JVC GR-DVL120U JVC GR-DVL140 JVC GR-DVL145 JVC GR-DVL145EG JVC GR-DVL145EK JVC GR-DVL150 JVC GR-DVL150EG JVC GR-DVL150EK JVC GR-DVL155 JVC GR-DVL155EK JVC GR-DVL157 JVC GR-DVL157EG JVC GR-DVL157EK JVC GR-DVL160 JVC GR-DVL160EG JVC GR-DVL160EK JVC GR-DVL166 JVC GR-DVL167 JVC GR-DVL167EG JVC GR-DVL167EK JVC GR-DVL200 JVC GR-DVL200U JVC GR-DVL205 JVC GR-DVL207 JVC GR-DVL210 JVC GR-DVL210U JVC GR-DVL220 JVC GR-DVL220U JVC GR-DVL257 JVC GR-DVL257EK JVC GR-DVL300 JVC GR-DVL3000U JVC GR-DVL300EG JVC GR-DVL300EK JVC GR-DVL300U JVC GR-DVL305 JVC GR-DVL305U JVC GR-DVL307 JVC GR-DVL307U JVC GR-DVL308 JVC GR-DVL308EK JVC GR-DVL309 JVC GR-DVL309EK JVC GR-DVL310 JVC GR-DVL310U JVC GR-DVL313 JVC GR-DVL315 JVC GR-DVL315U JVC GR-DVL317 JVC GR-DVL317U JVC GR-DVL320 JVC GR-DVL320A JVC GR-DVL320U JVC GR-DVL322 JVC GR-DVL323 JVC GR-DVL326 JVC GR-DVL355 JVC GR-DVL355EK JVC GR-DVL357 JVC GR-DVL357EK JVC GR-DVL365 JVC GR-DVL365EG JVC GR-DVL365EK JVC GR-DVL367

 

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