This wall and car 2-in-1 battery charger kit charges the battery of Sony CCD-TR411E, CCD-TR412E, CCD-TR413, CCD-TR414, CCD-TR415E. Its slim, lightweight design makes the charger extremely convenient for travel use and it is one of the most compact battery chargers on the market. The home and car travel rapid charger charges battery in approximately 1 to 2 hours based on the battery capacity. Dimensions: 3.25 x 1.75 x 1.5 inch; Weight: 2.4oz. The charger is certified by CE & RoHS.
Part Numbers: Sony NP F550 AC charger M45, Sony.NP.F550.AC.charger.M45
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Video Camera Recorder
Before operating the unit, please read this manual thoroughly, and retain it for future reference.
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1998 by Sony Corporation
Congratulations on your purchase of this Sony HandycamR camcorder. With your Handycam you can capture lifes precious moments with superior picture and sound quality. Your Handycam is loaded with advanced features, but at the same time it is very easy to use. You will soon be producing home video that you can enjoy for years to come.
HandycamR Sony. Handycam Vision . Handycam Vision , . , .
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain or moisture. To avoid electrical shock, do not open the cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only.
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NOTICE ON THE SUPPLIED AC POWER ADAPTOR FOR CUSTOMERS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM
A moulded plug complying with BS1363 is fitted to this equipment for your safety and convenience. Should the fuse in the plug supplied need to be replaced, a 5 AMP fuse approved by ASTA or BSI to BS1362 (i.e., marked with 2 or @ mark) must be used. If the plug supplied with this equipment has a detachable fuse cover, be sure to attach the fuse cover after you change the fuse. Never use the plug without the fuse cover. If you should lose the fuse cover, please contact your nearest Sony service station.
Table of contents
Before you begin Using this manual... 5 Checking supplied accessories.. 7 Getting started Installing and charging the battery pack. 8 Inserting a cassette.. 13 Basic operations Camera recording.. 14 Using the zoom feature.. 17 Selecting the START/STOP mode. 19 Hints for better shooting.. 20 Checking the recorded picture.. 22 Connections for playback. 24 Playing back a tape.. 26 Advanced operations Using alternative power sources. 29 Using the mains.. 30 Changing the mode settings. 31 for camera recording Shooting with backlighting.. 36 Using the FADER function.. 37 Shooting in the dark (NightShot).. 40 Using the wide mode function.. 42 Using the PROGRAM AE function.. 44 Focusing manually.. 46 Enjoying picture effect... 48 Adjusting the exposure.. 50 Superimposing a title.. 52 Making your own titles.. 54 Recording with the date/time.. 56 Optimizing the recording condition. 57 Using the built-in light (CCD-TR515E/TR713E only)... 58 Releasing the STEADYSHOT function (CCDTR713E only).. 61 for playback/editing Editing onto another tape. 62 Additional information Changing the lithium battery in the camcorder... 63 Resetting the date and time.. 65 Simple setting of clock by time difference. 67 Usable cassettes and playback modes.. 68 Tips for using the battery pack.. 70 Maintenance information and precautions. 74 Using your camcorder abroad.. 80 Trouble check... 81 Self-diagnosis display.. 87 Specifications.. 89 Identifying the parts.. 91 Warning indicators.. 100 Index... 101
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Playing back a tape
You can monitor the playback picture in the viewfinder. You can also monitor the picture on a TV screen, after connecting the camcorder to a TV or VCR. (1) While pressing the small green button on the POWER switch, set it to PLAYER. (2) Insert the recorded tape with the window facing out. (3) Press 0 to rewind the tape. (4) Press ( to start playback.
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To stop playback, press p. To rewind the tape, press 0. To fast-forward the tape rapidly, press ).
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Using the remote commander
CCD-TR425E/TR515E/TR713E only You can control playback using the supplied Remote Commander. Before using the Remote Commander, insert the R6 (size AA) batteries.
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To display the viewfinder screen indicators on the TV
CCD-TR425E/TR515E/TR713E only Press DISPLAY on the Remote Commander. To erase the indicators, press DISPLAY again. Note on the lens cover The lens cover does not open when the POWER switch is set to PLAYER. Do not open the lens cover manually. It may cause malfunction.
CCD-TR425E/TR515E/TR713E DISPLAY . DISPLAY. , POWER PLAYER. . .
Playing back a tape Various playback modes
To view a still picture (playback pause)
Press P during playback. To resume playback, press P or (.
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To locate a scene (picture search)
Keep pressing 0 or ) during playback. To resume normal playback, release the button.
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To monitor the high-speed picture while advancing the tape or rewinding (skip scan)
Keep pressing 0 while rewinding or ) while advancing the tape. To resume normal playback, press (.
0 ) . (.
To view the picture at 1/5 speed (slow playback)
CCD-TR425E/TR515E/TR713E only Press & on the Remote Commander during playback. To resume normal playback, press (. If slow playback lasts for about 1 minute, it shifts to normal speed automatically. Notes on playback Noise may appear when you use the still/ slow/picture search function to play back the tape recorded in LP mode. Streaks appear and the sound is muted in the various playback modes. When playback pause mode lasts for 5 minutes, the camcorder automatically enters stop mode. To resume playback, press (. Horizontal noise appears at the centre, or top and bottom of the screen when you play back a tape in reverse. This is normal. You can play back the tapes recorded in the Hi8 video system on the standard 8 mm camcorder (CCD-TR415E/TR425E only).
D ZOOM * <ON/OFF> ON . OFF, . . 16:9WIDE* <OFF/CINEMA/16:9FULL> OFF. CINEMA CINEMA. 16:9FULL 16:9FULL. STEADYSHOT* <ON/OFF> ( CCDTR713E) ON. OFF . N.S.LIGHT* <ON/OFF> ON. OFF . REC MODE* <SP/LP> SP SP ( ). LP LP ( ). , LP, 8 , , .
ORC TO SET* Select this item to automatically adjust the recording condition to get the best possible recording. If you have already performed this function, ORC ON is displayed. ORC stands for Optimizing the Recording Condition. CLOCK SET* Reset the date or time. AUTO DATE* <ON/OFF> Select ON to record the date for 10 seconds after recording has started. Select OFF to not record the date. DEMO MODE* <ON/OFF> Select ON to make the demonstration appear. Select OFF to deactivate the demonstration mode. Notes on DEMO MODE DEMO MODE is set to STBY (Standby) at the factory and the demonstration starts about 10 minutes after you set the POWER switch to CAMERA without inserting a cassette. Note that you cannot select STBY of DEMO MODE in the menu system. You cannot select DEMO MODE when a cassette is inserted in the camcorder. If you insert a cassette during the demonstration, the demonstration stops. You can start recording as usual. DEMO MODE automatically returns to STBY. When NIGHTSHOT is set to ON, NIGHTSHOT appears in the viewfinder and the demonstration does not start. To look at the demonstration at once Eject the cassette, if inserted. Select ON of DEMO MODE and erase the menu display. The demonstration will begin. When you turn off the camcorder once, DEMO MODE automatically returns to STBY.
ORC TO SET* . , ORC ON . ORC . CLOCK SET* . AUTO DATE* <ON/OFF> ON 10 . OFF, . DEMO MODE* <ON/OFF> ON . OFF . DEMO MODE DEMO MODE STBY () 10 POWER CAMERA . , STBY DEMO MODE . DEMO MODE, . , . , . DEMO MODE STBY. NIGHTSHOT ON, NIGHTSHOT . , . ON DEMO MODE . . DEMO MODE STBY.
WORLD TIME* Select this item to set the clock by a time difference. REC LAMP* <ON/OFF> Select OFF when you do not want the camera recording/battery lamp at the front of the unit to light up. Normally select ON.
WORLD TIME* . REC LAMP* <ON/OFF> OFF, , / . ON.
Items for PLAYER mode only
EDIT <ON/OFF> Select ON to minimize picture deterioration when editing. Normally select OFF. The EDIT setting works only during playback. NTSC PB* <ON PAL TV/NTSC 4.43> Normally select ON PAL TV. Select NTSC 4.43 if your TV has the NTSC 4.43 mode when playing back a tape recorded in the NTSC colour system. When you play back on a Multi System TV, select the best mode while watching the picture on the TV. * These settings are retained even when the battery pack is removed, as long as the lithium battery is in place.
EDIT <ON/OFF> ON . OFF. EDIT . NTSC PB* <ON PAL TV/NTSC 4.43> ON PAL TV. NTSC 4.43, NTSC 4.43 , NTSC. , . * , .
Shooting with backlighting
When you shoot a subject with the light source behind the subject or a subject with a light background, use the BACK LIGHT function. Press BACK LIGHT. The c indicator appears in the viewfinder.
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[a] Subject is too dark because of backlight. [b]Subject becomes bright with backlight compensation.
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Be sure to release this adjustment condition by pressing BACK LIGHT again. The c indicator disappears. Otherwise, the picture will be too bright under normal lighting condition. This function is also effective under the following conditions: A subject with a light source nearby or a mirror reflecting light. A white subject against a white background. Especially when you shoot a person wearing shiny clothes made of silk or synthetic fiber, his or her face tends to become dark if you do not use this function.
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To make a fine adjustment
You can adjust the exposure manually. However, when you adjust the exposure manually, you cannot operate the BACK LIGHT function.
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Using the FADER function
Selecting the fader function
You can fade in or out to give your recording a professional appearance. When the picture fades in, the sound gradually increases. When the picture fades out, the sound gradually decreases.
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BOUNCE (FADE IN only)/ ( FADE IN)
MONOTONE When fading in, the picture gradually changes from black and white to colour. When fading out, the picture gradually changes from colour to black and white. Note When D ZOOM in the menu system is set to ON, you cannot use the BOUNCE function.
(1) , NIGHTSHOT ON. (2) START/STOP . NIGHTSHOT.
NightShot light emitter/
To cancel the NightShot function
Slide NIGHTSHOT to OFF.
Using the NightShot light
When you set N.S.LIGHT to ON in the menu system, the picture will be more clear. NightShot light rays are infrared and are therefore invisible. The maximum limit of NightShot light is about 3 m (about 10 feet).
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Notes on the NightShot Do not use the NightShot function in bright places (ex. outdoors). This may cause your camcorder to malfunction. The following functions are not operable when using the NightShot function. PROGRAM AE Exposure When you keep setting NIGHTSHOT to ON in normal recording, picture may be recorded in incorrect/unnatural colour. If focusing is difficult with the autofocus mode when using the NightShot function, use manual focus.
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Using the wide mode function
Selecting the desired mode
You can record a cinemalike picture (CINEMA) or a 16:9 wide picture to watch on the 16:9 widescreen TV (16:9 FULL).
(CINEMA) 16:9 16:9 (16:9 FULL).
16:9 FULL [d]
Black bands appear at the top and the bottom of the screen, and the viewfinder [a] and a normal TV screen [b] look wide. You can also watch the picture without black bands on a wide-screen TV [c].
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The picture in the viewfinder [d] or on a normal TV [e] is horizontally compressed. You can watch the picture of normal images on a widescreen TV [f].
[d] [e] . [f].
Using the wide mode function Using the wide mode function
You can select the wide mode (OFF, CINEMA, 16:9FULL) in the menu system (p. 33).
(OFF, CINEMA, 16:9FULL) (. 33).
To cancel wide mode
Select OFF in the menu system.
To watch the tape recorded in wide mode
To watch the tape recorded in CINEMA mode, set the screen mode of the wide-screen TV to zoom mode. To watch the tape recorded in 16:9 FULL mode, set it to full mode. For details, refer to the operating instruction of your TV. Note that the picture recorded in 16:9 FULL mode looks compressed on a normal TV. Notes on wide mode If wide mode is set to 16:9FULL, the SteadyShot function does not work and the indicator flashes (CCD-TR713E only). In wide mode, you cannot select the BOUNCE function with FADER. When you record in 16:9 FULL mode, the date or time indicator will be widened on the widescreen TV. If you dub a tape, the tape is copied in the same mode as the original recording. When recording, you cannot change the mode.
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PASTEL [a] , , . NEG. ART [b] . SEPIA . B&W (-). SOLARIZE [c] , , . MOSAIC [d] . SLIM [e] . STRETCH [f] .
Enjoying picture effect Using picture effect function
(1) Press PICTURE EFFECT. (2) Turn the control dial to select the desired picture effect mode.
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PASTEL NEG. ART SEPIA B&W SOLARIZE MOSAIC SLIM STRETCH
To turn off picture effect
Press PICTURE EFFECT. The indicator in the viewfinder goes out. Note on the picture effect When you turn the power off, the camcorder returns automatically to normal mode.
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Adjusting the exposure
When to adjust the exposure
Adjust the exposure manually under the following cases.
[a] The background is too bright (back lighting) Insufficient light: most of the picture is dark [b] Bright subject and dark background To record the darkness faithfully
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(1) Press EXPOSURE. (2) Turn the control dial to adjust the brightness.
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To return to automatic exposure mode
Press EXPOSURE again.
Shooting with the sun behind your subject If the light source is behind your subject, or in the following situations, the subject will be recorded too dark. The subject is indoors and there is a window behind the subject. Bright light sources are included in the scene. When shooting a person wearing white or shiny clothes in front of a white background, the face will be recorded too dark. Shooting in the dark We recommend you to use the built-in light (CCD-TR515E/TR713E only) or a video light (not supplied). To get the best colour, you must maintain a sufficient light level. Note Exposure cannot be adjusted when using the NightShot function. When you adjust the exposure manually BACK LIGHT does not work. If you change the setting of PROGRAM AE mode, the camcorder automatically returns to automatic exposure mode.
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Superimposing a title
You can select one of eight preset titles and two custom titles. You can also select the language, colour, size and position of titles.
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(1) Press TITLE to display the title menu. (2) Turn the control dial to select , then press the dial. (3) Turn the control dial to select the desired title, then press the dial. The titles are displayed in the language you selected. (4) Turn the control dial to select the colour, size, or position, then press the dial. (5) Turn the control dial to select the desired item, then press the dial. (6) Repeat steps 4 and 5 until the title is arranged as desired. (7) Press control dial again to complete the setting. (8) When you want to stop recording the title, press TITLE.
. POWER PLAYER . 20. (1) TITLE . (2) , . (3) (CUSTOM1) (CUSTOM2), . (4) , . (5) , . (6) , . (7) SET, .
TITLE SET CUSTOM1 " " CUSTOM2 " "
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To edit a title you have stored
In step 3, select CUSTOM1 or CUSTOM2, depending on which title you want to edit, then change the title. Note You cannot enter over 20 characters title. If you take 5 minutes or longer to enter characters while a cassette is in the camcorder The power goes off automatically. Characters you have entered remain. Turn STANDBY down once and then up again, then proceed from step 1.
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To delete a title
In step 4, turn the control dial to select [M] then press the dial. The last character is erased. Repeat this step until all characters are deleted.
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Recording with the date/time
Before you start recording or during recording, press DATE or TIME. You can record the date or time displayed in the viewfinder with the picture. Press DATE (or TIME), then press TIME (or DATE) to display the date and time together. The clock is already set at the factory to London time for United Kingdom and to Paris time for the other European countries. You can reset the clock in the menu system.
DATE TIME. , , . DATE ( TIME), TIME ( DATE) . . .
To stop recording with the date and/ or time
Press DATE and/or TIME again. The date and/ or time indicator disappears. The recording continues.
DATE / TIME. / . .
Optimizing the recording condition
Use this feature to check the tape condition before recording, so that you can get the best possible picture (ORC). (1) While the camcorder is in Standby mode, press MENU to display the menu. (2) Turn the control dial to select , then press the dial. (3) Turn the control dial to select ORC TO SET, then press the dial. START/STOP KEY flashes. (4) Press START/STOP. The camcorder takes about seconds to check the tape condition and then returns to Standby mode.
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TAPE SET SP REC MODE ORC TO SET REMAIN RETURN
TAPE SET REC MODE ORC TO SET REMAIN
TAPE SET REC MODE ORC TO SET REMAIN RETURN
Each time you insert the cassette
Perform the above procedures. Notes on the ORC function When you set ORC TO SET, the recording on the tape is erased for about 0.1 second so that the camcorder can check the tape condition. Be careful when you use a recorded tape. The 0.1 second blank is erased if you record from the point where you set ORC TO SET for more than 2 seconds, or if you record over the blank. You cannot use this function on a tape with the red mark on the cassette exposed. ORC stands for Optimizing the Recording Condition.
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To stop editing
Press p on both the camcorder and the VCR. Note on the DISPLAY function CCD-TR425E/TR515E/TR713E only If you have displayed the viewfinder screen indicators on the TV, erase the indicators by pressing DISPLAY on the Remote Commander so that they will not be superimposed on the edited tape. Note on Fine Synchro Edit If you connect a video deck that has the Fine Synchro Edit feature to the LANC l jack of the camcorder, using a LANC cable (not supplied), the edit will be even more precise.
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Changing the lithium battery in the camcorder
Your camcorder is supplied with a lithium battery installed. When the battery becomes weak or dead, the I 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 lithium battery. Use of any other battery may present a risk of fire or explosion. Discard used batteries according to the manufacturers instructions. The lithium battery for the camcorder lasts for about 1 year under normal operation. (The lithium battery that comes installed at the factory may not last 1 year.)
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Additional information /
Notes on 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 assure a good contact. Do not hold the battery with metallic tweezers, otherwise a short-circuit may occur. Note that the lithium battery has a positive (+) and a negative () terminals as illustrated. Be sure to install the lithium battery so that terminals on the battery match the terminals on the camcorder.
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WARNING The battery may explode if mistreated. Do not recharge, disassemble, or dispose of in fire.
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Changing the lithium battery in the camcorder Changing the lithium battery
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 system retained by 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 the lithium battery with the positive (+) side facing out. Close the lid.
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Resetting the date and time
You can reset the date and time in the menu system. (1) While the camcorder is in Standby mode, press MENU to display the menu. (2) Turn the control dial to select , then press the dial. (3) Turn the control dial to select CLOCK SET, then press the dial. (4) Turn the control dial to adjust the desired year, then press the dial. (5) Set the month, day, hour and minute by turning the control dial and pressing the dial. (6) Press MENU to erase the menu display.
. (1) , MENU . (2) , . (3) CLOCK SET, . (4) , . (5) , , , , . (6) MENU .
SETUP MENU CLOCK SET AUTO DATE LTR SIZE DEMO MODE SETUP MENU CLOCK SET AUTO DATE LTR SIZE DEMO MODE RETURN 1998 0:00:00
SETUP MENU CLOCK SET AUTO DATE 1998 LTR SIZE DEMO MODE RETURN 1 1
[MENU] : END [MENU] : END
SETUP MENU SETUP MENU SETUP MENU ISETUP MENU CLOCK SET CLOCK SET CLOCK SET CLOCK SET AUTO DATE AUTO DATE AUTO DATE AUTO DATE 7 AUTO TV ON 7 AUTO TV ON 7 AUTO TV ON 7 AUTO TV ON 1999 TV INPUT TV INPUT TV INPUT TV INPUT MENU DISP MENU DISP MENU DISP MENU DISP LANGUAGE LANGUAGE LANGUAGE LANGUAGE TV SYSTEM TV SYSTEM TV SYSTEM TV SYSTEM DEMO MODE DEMO MODE DEMO MODE DEMO MODE RETURN RETURN RETURN RETURN [MENU] : END [MENU] : END [MENU] : END [MENU] : END 4
To correct the date and time setting
Repeat the above procedure.
To check the preset date and time
Press DATE to display the date indicator. Press TIME to display the time indicator. When you press the same button again, the indicator goes off. The year changes as follows:
DATE . TIME . , . :
Note on the time indicator The internal clock of this camcorder operates on a 24-hour cycle.
Simple setting of clock by time difference
You can easily set the clock for a local time by a time difference in the menu system. (1) While the camcorder is the standby mode, press MENU to display the menu. (2) Turn the control dial to select , then press the dial. (3) Turn the control dial to select WORLD TIME, then press the dial. (4) Turn the control dial to set a time difference, and press the dial. The hour of clock changes in relation to a time difference which you set. (5) Press MENU to erase the menu display.
. (1) MENU . (2) , . (3) WORLD TIME, . (4) , . , . (5) MENU .
OTHERS WORLD TIME BEEP COMMANDER REC LAMP OTHERS WORLD TIME BEEP COMMANDER REC LAMP RETURN 0 HR
OTHERS WORLD TIME BEEP COMMANDER REC LAMP RETURN : 30 : HR
: 30 : HRS
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Tips for using the battery pack
This section shows you how you can get the most out of your battery pack.
Preparing the battery pack
Always carry additional batteries
Have sufficient battery pack power to do 2 to 3 times as much recording as you have planned.
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Battery life is shorter in a cold environment
Battery efficiency is decreased, and the battery will be used up more quickly, if you are recording in a cold environment.
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To save battery power
Turn STANDBY down when not recording to save battery power. A smooth transition between scenes can be made even if recording is stopped and started again. While you are positioning the subject, selecting an angle, or looking through the viewfinder lens, the lens moves automatically and the battery is used. The battery is also used when a tape is inserted or removed. Be sure and remove the battery pack after using the camcorder.
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When to replace the battery pack
While you are using your camcorder, the remaining battery indicator decreases gradually as battery power is used up. Remaining time in minutes appears.
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When the remaining battery indicator reaches the lowest point, the i indicator may appear and start flashing in the viewfinder. When the i indicator changes from slow flashing to rapid flashing while you are recording, set the POWER switch to OFF on the camcorder and replace the battery pack. Leave the tape in the camcorder to obtain a smooth transition between scenes after the battery pack has been replaced.
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Tips for using the battery pack Notes on the rechargeable battery pack
Never leave the battery pack in temperatures above 60C (140F), such as in a car parked in the sun or under direct sunlight.
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The battery pack heats up
During charging or recording, the battery pack heats up. This is caused by energy that has been generated and a chemical change that has occurred inside the battery pack. This is not cause for concern and is normal.
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Be sure to observe the following
Keep the battery pack away from fire. Keep the battery pack dry. Do not open nor try to disassemble the battery pack. Do not expose the battery pack to any mechanical shock.
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The life of the battery pack
If the battery indicator flashes rapidly just after turning on the camcorder with a fully charged battery pack, the battery pack should be replaced with a new fully charged one.
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Maintenance information and precautions Video head cleaning
To ensure normal recording and clear pictures, clean the video heads. When the v indicator and CLEANING CASSETTE message appear one after another or playback pictures are noisy or hardly visible, the video heads may be dirty.
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[a] Slightly dirty [b] Very dirty If this happens, clean the video heads with the Sony V8-25CLD cleaning cassette (not supplied). After checking the picture, if it is still noisy, repeat the cleaning. (Do not repeat cleaning more than 5 times in one session.) [a] [b]
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Do not use a commercially available wet-type cleaning cassette. It may damage the video heads. Note If the Sony V8-25CLD cleaning cassette is not available in your area, consult your nearest Sony dealer.
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Maintenance information and precautions Removing dust from inside the viewfinder
(1) Remove the screw with a screwdriver (not supplied). Then, while sliding the RELEASE knob, turn the eyecup in the direction of the arrow and pull it out. (2) Clean the surface with a blower sold on the market.
(1) ( ). , RELEASE, . (2) .
To reattach the eyecup
(1) Align the groove on the eyecup with the mark on the barrel. (2) Turn the eyecup in the direction of the arrow. Then replace the screw.
(1) . (2) . .
Caution Do not remove any other screws. You may remove only the screw to remove the eyecup.
Maintenance information and precautions Precautions
Operate the camcorder on 7.2 V (battery pack) or 8.4 V (AC power adaptor). For DC or AC operation, use the accessories recommended in this manual. Should any solid object or liquid get inside the casing, unplug the 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 setting to OFF when not using the camcorder. Do not wrap up the camcorder and operate it since heat may build up internally. Keep the camcorder away from strong magnetic fields or mechanical vibration.
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CCD-TR515E/TR713E only Do not knock or jolt the built-in light while it is turned on as it may damage the bulb or shorten the life of the bulb. Do not leave the built-in light on while it is resting on or against something; it may cause a fire or damage the built-in light.
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On handling tapes
Do not insert anything in the small holes on the rear of the cassette. These holes are used to sense the type of tape, thickness of tape and if the recording tab is in or out.
Cause and/or Corrective Actions The viewfinder lens is not adjusted. m Adjust the viewfinder lens. (p. 15) The contrast between the subject and background is too high. The camcorder is not malfunctioning. m Change locations. The camcorder is not malfunctioning.
Symptom Cause and/or Corrective Actions EDIT is set to ON in the menu system. m Set it to OFF. (p. 35) The video heads may be dirty. The picture is noisy. m Clean the heads using the Sony V8-25CLD cleaning cassette (not supplied). (p. 75) If 10 minutes elapse after you set the POWER switch to An unknown picture is displayed in the viewfinder. CAMERA without inserting a cassette, the camcorder automatically starts the demonstration or DEMO MODE is set ON in the menu system. m Insert the cassette and the demonstration stops. You can deactivate the demonstration. (p. 34) The self-diagnosis function is activated. The five digit code appears. m Check the code and solve the problem. (p. 87) Picture is recorded in incorrect/ The NIGHTSHOT switch is set to ON. unnatural colour. m Set it to OFF. (p. 40) Picture appears too bright, and the The NIGHTSHOT switch is set to ON in a bright place. subject does not appear in the m Set it to OFF, or use the NightShot function in a dark place. viewfinder. (p. 40)
The playback picture is not clear.
The supplied Remote Commander does not work. (CCD-TR425E/ TR515E/TR713E only)
The beep sounds for 5 seconds.
There is dust in the viewfinder.
Cause and/or Corrective Actions COMMANDER is set to OFF in the menu system. m Set it to ON. (p. 33) Something is blocking the infrared rays. m Remove the obstacle. The batteries are not inserted with the correct polarity. m Insert the batteries with the correct polarity. (p. 96) The batteries are dead. m Insert new ones. (p. 96) Moisture condensation has occurred. m Remove the cassette and leave the camcorder for at least 1 hour. (p. 74) Some troubles occured in your camcorder. m Remove the cassette and insert it again, then operate the camcorder. Detach the eyecup and clean the viewfinder lens. (p. 76)
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Notes on the Remote Commander Keep the remote sensor away from strong light sources such as direct sunlight or illumination. Otherwise, the remote control may not be effective. Be sure that there is no obstacle between the remote sensor on the camcorder and the Remote Commander. This camcorder works in commander mode VTR 2. The commander modes (1, 2 and 3) are used to distinguish this camcorder from other Sony VCRs to avoid remote control misoperation. If you use another Sony VCR in commander mode VTR 2, we recommend you change the commander mode or cover the remote sensor of the VCR with black paper.
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To prepare the Remote Commander
Insert two R6 (size AA) batteries by matching the + and on the batteries to the diagram inside the battery compartment.
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Note on battery life The batteries for the Remote Commander last about 6 months under normal operation. When the batteries become weak or dead, the Remote Commander does not work. To avoid damage from possible battery leakage Remove the batteries when you will not use the Remote Commander for a long time.
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Identifying the parts Attaching the shoulder strap
Attach the supplied shoulder strap to the hooks for the shoulder strap.
To watch the demonstration
You can start the demonstration by setting DEMO MODE in the menu system. You can also start the demonstration by the following operation. When NIGHTSHOT is set to ON, you cannot watch the demonstration. To enter demo mode (1) Eject the cassette and set the POWER switch to PLAYER. (2) Turn STANDBY up to STANDBY. (3) While holding down ( set the POWER switch to CAMERA. To exit demo mode (1) Set the POWER switch to PLAYER. (2) Turn STANDBY up to STANDBY. (3) While holding down p set the POWER switch to CAMERA.
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Identifying the parts Operation indicators
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1 Recording mode indicator (p. 33) 2 Playing back or recording in Hi8 format (CCD-TR515E/TR713E only) (p. 68) 3 Remaining battery time indicator
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