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3-859-057-15 (1)

Video Camera Recorder

Operating Instructions

Before operating the unit, please read this manual thoroughly, and retain it for future reference.

Owners record

The model and serial numbers are located on the bottom. Record the serial number in the space provided below. Refer to these numbers whenever you call upon your Sony dealer regarding this product.
Model No. CCDSerial No. Model No. ACSerial No.

CCD-TRV12

CCD-TRV12/TRV22/TRV33 CCD-TRV112/TRV212

1996 by Sony Corporation

CCD-TRV12/TRV22/TRV33/TRV112/TRV212 3-859-057-15.E

Welcome !

Congratulations on your purchase of this Sony Handycam Vision camcorder. With your Handycam Vision, you can capture lifes precious moments with superior picture and sound quality. Your Handycam Vision 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.

WARNING

To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain or moisture.

CAUTION

RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN
For the Sony Service Center nearest you call 1-800-222-SONY (United States only). For the Factory Service Center nearest you call 416-499-SONY (Canada only). Caution: Do not handle damaged or leaking nickelcadmium batteries.
For the Customers in the U.S.A.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not expressly approved in this manual could void your authority to operate this equipment.
CAUTION : TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage within the products enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons. This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.

RECYCLING NICKEL-CADMIUM BATTERIES
NICKEL-CADMIUM BATTERY. MUST BE DISPOSED OF PROPERLY.
Nickel-Cadmium batteries are recyclable. You can help preserve our environment by returning your unwanted batteries to your nearest Sony Service Center or Factory Service Center for collection, recycling or proper disposal. Note: In some areas the disposal of nickel-cadmium batteries in household or business trash may be prohibited.
For the Customers in CANADA CAUTION
TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT USE THIS POLARIZED AC PLUG WITH AN EXTENSION CORD, RECEPTACLE OR OTHER OUTLET UNLESS THE BLADES CAN BE FULLY INSERTED TO PREVENT BLADE EXPOSURE.

Table of contents

Before you begin
Using this manual.. 4 Checking suppllied accessories. 5

Additional information

Changing the lithium battery in the camcorder.. 31 Resetting the date and time.. 33 Playback modes.. 34 Tips for using the battery pack. 34 Maintenance information and precautions.. 38 Using your camcorder abroad. 42 Trouble check... 43 Specifications... 46 Identifying the parts..47 Warning indicators.. 55 Index.. back cover

Getting started

Charging and installing the battery pack... 6 Inserting a cassette.. 8

Basic operations

Camera recording. 9 Using the zoom feature.. 11 Shooting with the LCD screen.. 12 Hints for better shooting. 13 Checking the recorded picture. 15 Playing back a tape. 16 Searching for the end of the picture. 18

Advanced operations

Using alternative power sources. 19 Letting the subject monitor the shot. 21 Recording with the date or time. 22 Shooting with backlighting.. 23 Using the PROGRAM AE function. 24 Selecting the START/STOP mode.. 25 Superimposing a title.. 26 Using the STEADY SHOT function. 27 (CCD-TRV22/TRV33/TRV212 only) Using the CINEMA mode function (CCD-TRV33 only).27 Changing the mode settings.. 28 Watching on a TV screen. 29 Editing onto another tape.. 30

Using this manual

The instructions in this manual are for the five models listed below. Before you start reading this manual and operating the unit, check your model number by looking at the bottom of your camcorder. The CCD-TRV12 is the model used for illustration purposes. Otherwise, the model name is indicated in the illustrations. Any differences in operation are clearly indicated in the text, for example, CCD-TRV33 only. As you read through this manual, buttons and settings on the camcorder are shown in capital letters. e.g. Set the POWER switch to CAMERA. As indicated with in the illustrations, you can hear the beep sound to confirm your operation. Types of differences

Whenchargingiscompleted,theCHARGElampgoesout.Unplugtheunitfromthe walloutlet,andthenremovethebatterypackandinstallitonthecamcorder.

POWER CHARGE

Charging Time
Battery pack Charging time*(min) NP-33(supplied) NP-98/98D NP-80/80D 190 NP-NP-NP-C65 NP-60D 105 90
* ApproximateminutestochargeanemptybatterypackusingthesuppliedACpower adaptor.(Lowertemperaturesrequirealongerchargingtime.)

Battery life

CCD-TRV12/TRV112
Battery pack While recording1) LCD close LCD open2) NP-33(supplied) NP-98/98D NP-80/80D 65 (30) 85 (40) (120) 300 (160) (105) 255 (140) 195 NP-(100) 230 (125) 180 NP-68 NP-C65 NP-60D
140 (75) 115 (60) 100 (55) 175 (95) 155 (85) 130 (70) 100
While playing back on LCD 3)

CCD-TRV22/TRV33/TRV212

Battery pack While recording1) LCD close LCD open2) NP-33(supplied) NP-98/98D NP-80/80D NP-78 NP-68/66H NP-C65 NP-60D 65 (30) 85 (40) (110) 300 (160) (100) 175 (95) 135 (70) 170 (95) (50) 95 (50) 150 (80) 125 (70) Getting started 100 95
250 (135) 220 (120) 190 180
Approximatecontinuousrecordingtimeindoorsisindicatedoutsideofparentheses. Approximateminuteswhenrecordingwhileyourepeatrecordingstart/stop, zoomingandturningthepoweron/offareindicatedinparentheses.Theactual batterylifemaybeshorter. ApproximateminuteswhenusingtheLCDscreen.Whenusingboththeviewfinder andLCDscreen,thebatterylifeisshorter. Approximatecontinuousplaybacktimeindoors.
If the LCD BACK LIGHT switch is set to BRIGHT while the LCD screen is open, the batterylifeisapproximately10%shorter.
To remove the battery pack
Slidethebatterypackinthedirectionofthearrow.
Notes on charging the battery pack ThePOWERlampwillremainlitforawhileevenifthebatterypackisremovedand thepowercordisunpluggedafterchargingthebatterypack.Thisisnormal. IfthePOWERlampdoesnotlight,settheselectortoVTR(DCOUT)anddisconnect thepowercord.Afteraboutoneminute,reconnectthepowercordandsettheselector to CHARGE again. YoucannotoperatethecamcorderusingtheACpoweradaptorwhilechargingthe batterypack.
Installing the battery pack
(1) Insert the top of the battery pack into the top of the battery mounting surface. (2) Push the battery pack so that it attaches firmly. Make sure that you hear clicks twice.
To remove the battery pack SlideBATT,andthenpullthelowerpartofthebatterypack.

Inserting a cassette

Makesurethatapowersourceisinstalled.
(1) While pressing the small blue button, slide EJECT in the direction of the arrow. The cassette compartment automatically opens. (2) Insert a cassette (not supplied) with the window facing out. (3) Press the PUSH mark on the cassette compartment to close it. The cassette compartment automatically closes.

PUSH EJECT

To eject the cassette
Whilepressingthesmallbluebutton,slideEJECTinthedirectionofthearrow.
To prevent accidental erasure
Slidethetabonthecassettetoexposethered mark. Ifyouinsertthecassettewiththeredmark exposedandclosethecassettecompartment, thebeepssoundforawhile.Ifyoutryto recordwiththeredmarkexposed,the L and 6indicatorsflashintheviewfinder,and youcannotrecord. Tore-recordonthistape,slidethetabbackoutcoveringtheredmark.

Camera recording

Make sure that a power source and a cassette is inserted and that the START/STOP MODE switch inside the LCD panel is set to. When you use the camcorder for the first time, power on it and reset the date and time to your time (p. 33) before you start recording. The date is automatically recorded for 10 seconds after you start recording (AUTO DATE feature). This feature works only once a day. Before you record one-time events, you may want to make a trial recording to make sure that you are using the camcorder correctly.
(1) While pressing the small green button on the POWER switch, set it to CAMERA. (2) Turn STANDBY up. The STBY indicator appears in the viewfinder. (3) Press START/STOP. The camcorder starts recording and the STBY indicator changes to the REC indicator.
You can also select Recording mode, SP (standard play) mode or LP (long play) mode. Set REC MODE (p. 28) according to the length of your planned recording before you start.

CAMERA OFF PLAYER

To stop recording momentarily [a]
Press START/STOP again. The REC indicator in the viewfinder changes to the STBY indicator (Standby mode).

To finish recording [b]

Press START/STOP. Turn STANDBY down, and set the POWER switch to OFF. Then, eject the cassette and remove the battery pack.
Note on standby mode If you leave the camcorder for 5 minutes or more with a cassette inserted in Standby mode, the camcorder goes off automatically. This prevents wearing down the battery and wearing out the tape. To resume Standby mode, turn STANDBY down once and turn it up again. To start recording, press START/STOP. Notes on the recording mode This camcorder records and plays back in SP (standard play) mode and in LP (long play) mode. The playback quality in LP mode, however, will not be as good as that in SP mode. When a tape recorded on this camcorder in LP mode is played back on other types of 8 mm camcorders or VCRs, the playback quality may not be as good as that on this camcorder.

To focus the viewfinder lens
If the viewfinder is not in focus at all or when you use the camcorder after someone else has used it, focus the viewfinder lens. Turn the viewfinder lens adjustment ring so that the indicators in the viewfinder come into sharp focus.
Recording with the START/STOP button depressed You can also make recording while pressing down the START/STOP button. To make the START/STOP button work this way, slide START/STOP MODE to. [a] Shooting scenery in several short takes You can automatically make a recording for about 5 seconds with the 5 SEC mode (p. 25). To make the START/STOP button work this way, slide START/STOP MODE to 5 SEC. [b]

START/STOP MODE

ANTI GROUND SHOOTING
Note on recording When you record from the beginning of the tape, run the tape for about 15 seconds before actual recording. This prevents the camcorder from missing any start-up scenes when you play back the tape.
Notes on the tape counter The tape counter indicates the recording or playback time. Use it as a guide. There will be a time lag of several seconds from the actual time. To set the counter to zero, press COUNTER RESET. If the tape is recorded in SP and LP modes mixed, the tape counter shows incorrect recording time. When you intend to edit the tape using the tape counter as a guide, record in same (SP or LP) mode. Note on beep sound As indicated with in the illustrations, a beep sounds when you turn the power on or when you start recording and two beeps sound when you stop recording, confirming the operation. Several beeps also sound as a warning of any unusual condition of the camcorder. Note that the beep sound is not recorded on the tape. If you do not want to hear the beep sound, change the BEEP setting to OFF. Note on the AUTO DATE feature The clock is set to East Coast Standard Time at the factory. You can reset the clock. The AUTO DATE feature shows the date automatically once a day. However, the date may automatically appear more than once a day when: you reset the date and time. you eject and insert the tape again. you stop recording within 10 seconds.

Using the zoom feature

Zooming is a recording technique that lets you change the size of the subject in the scene. For more professional-looking recordings, use the zoom sparingly. T side: for telephoto (subject appears closer) W side: for wide-angle (subject appears farther away)

Zooming speed (Variable speed zooming)
Turn the power zoom lever fully for a high-speed zoom. Turn it lightly for a relatively slow zoom. When you shoot a subject using a telephoto zoom If you cannot get a sharp focus while in extreme telephoto zoom, move the power zoom lever to the W side until the focus is sharp. You can shoot a subject that is at least 2.6 feet (about 80 cm) away from the lens surface in the telephoto position, or 1/2 inches (about 1 cm) in the wide-angle position.

Notes on digital zoom

More than 13x zoom is performed digitally, and the picture quality deteriorates as you go toward the T side. If you do not want to use the digital zoom, set the D ZOOM function to OFF. The vertical bar in the power zoom indicator separates the digital zooming zone (right side of the bar [a]) and the optical zooming zone (left side of the bar [b]). If you set the D ZOOM function to OFF, the right side of the bar [a] disappears.
Shooting with the LCD screen
You can also record the picture while looking at the LCD screen. When using the LCD screen, the viewfinder turns off automatically. You cannot monitor the sound from the speaker during recording.
(1) While pressing PUSH OPEN, open the LCD panel. (2) Adjust the angle of the LCD panel.
The LCD panel moves about 90 degrees to this side and about 210 degrees to the other side. To adjust the brightness of the LCD screen, turn the BRIGHT dial. The battery life is longer when the LCD panel is closed. Use the viewfinder instead of the LCD screen to save the battery power.

BRIGHT 90

To let the subject monitor the shot Turn the LCD panel over (p.21). Notes on the LCD panel When closing the LCD panel, turn it vertically until it clicks [a]. When turning the LCD panel, turn it always vertically; otherwise, the camcorder body may be damaged or the LCD panel may not close properly [b]. Close the LCD panel completely when not in use.
Hints for better shooting
For hand-held shots, youll get better results by holding the camcorder according to the following suggestions: Hold the camcorder firmly and secure it with the grip strap so that you can easily manipulate the controls with your thumb.
Place your right elbow against your side. Place your left hand under the camcorder to support it. Place your eye firmly against the viewfinder eyecup. Use the viewfinder frame as a guide to determine the horizontal plane.
You can record in a low position to get an interesting recording angle. Lift the viewfinder up for recording from a low position [a]. While recording in a low position, you can use the START/STOP button on the top of the camcorder or the power zoom button located on the front [b]. Note that you cannot change zooming speed using the front power zoom button. You can also record in a low position or even in a high position using the LCD panel [c].

(1) While pressing PUSH OPEN, open the LCD panel. (2) Press END SEARCH.
This function works when the POWER switch is set to either CAMERA or PLAYER.

END SEARCH

Using alternative power sources
You can choose any of the following power sources for your camcorder: battery pack, the house current, alkaline battery and 12/24 V car battery. Choose the appropriate power source depending on where you want to use your camcorder.
Power source Indoors Outdoor House current Battery pack Size AA (LR 6) Alkaline battery In the car 12 V or 24 V car battery Accessory to be used Supplied AC power adaptor Battery pack (Ni-Cd type) Battery case (supplied) except CCD-TRV112/TRV212 Sony DC pack DCP-77 Advanced operations
Note on power sources Disconnecting the power source or removing the battery pack during recording or playback may damage the inserted tape. If this happens, restore the power supply again immediately. This mark indicates that this product is a genuine accessory for Sony video product. When purchasing Sony video products, Sony recommends that you purchase accessories with this GENUINE VIDEO ACCESSORIES mark.

Using the house current

To use the supplied AC power adaptor:
(1) Connect the power cord to a wall outlet. Insert the top of the connecting plate of the AC power adaptor into the top of the battery mounting surface. Push the connecting plate so that it attaches firmly. Make sure that you hear clicks twice. (2) Set the selector to VTR (DC OUT).
Power cord must only be changed at qualified service shop.

PRECAUTION

The set is not disconnected from the AC power source as long as it is connected to the wall outlet, even if the set itself has been turned off.
Notes on the POWER lamp The POWER lamp will remain lit for a while even if the unit is unplugged after use. This is normal. If the POWER lamp does not light, set the selector to VTR (DC OUT) and disconnect the power cord. After about one minute, reconnect the power cord. To remove the adaptor The adaptor is removed in the same way as the battery pack.

Using the Battery Case

CCD-TRV12/TRV22/TRV33 only Use the battery case (supplied) and six size AA (LR6) Sony alkaline batteries (not supplied).

(1) Remove the battery holder from the battery case. (2) Insert six new alkaline batteries into the battery holder, following the marking on the holder to be sure the batteries are installed in the correct direction. (3) Insert the battery holder with the alkaline batteries. (4) Insert the battery case with the alkaline batteries to the battery mounting surface of the camcorder in the same way as the battery pack (p. 7).

Battery Life

Using Sony alkaline batteries at 77F (25C)
Model While recording1) LCD close LCD open2) CCD-TRV12/TRV(60) 160 (90) 110 CCD-TRV22/TRV33/TRV(55) 150 (80) 105
While playing back on LCD3)
Approximate continuous recording time indoors is indicated outside of parentheses. Approximate minutes when recording while you repeat recording start/stop, zooming and turning the power on/off are indicated in parentheses. The actual battery life may be shorter. Approximate minutes when using the LCD screen. When using both the viewfinder and LCD screen, the battery life is shorter. Approximate continuous playback time indoors.
If the LCD BACK LIGHT switch is set to BRIGHT while the LCD screen is open, the battery life is approximately 10% shorter.
Notes The above battery lives are estimates. The battery life may be shorter depending on the storage condition of the battery before being purchased and temperature. You may not use the battery case in cold environment. To remove the battery case The battery case is removed in the same way as the battery pack (p. 7). When you replace the batteries, be sure to remove the battery case from the camcorder to prevent malfunction.

Using a car battery

Use Sony DCP-77 DC pack (not supplied). Connect the cord of the DC pack to the cigarette lighter socket of the car (12 V or 24 V). Connect the DC pack to the battery mounting surface of the camcorder. To remove the DC pack The DC pack is removed in the same way as the battery pack.
Letting the subject monitor the shot
You can turn the LCD panel over so that it faces the other way and you can let the subject monitor the shot while shooting with the viewfinder. Turn the LCD panel vertically first until it clicks, then turn it over. The indicator appears on the LCD screen (Mirror mode) and the date and remaining battery indicators disappear.

Set the mark of the desired mode to the r mark above the PROGRAM AE dial.

PROGRAM

To return to automatic mode
Turn the PROGRAM AE dial so that the r mark points to AUTO. Note on shutter speed The shutter speed in each PROGRAM AE mode is as follows: Sports mode between 1/60 to 1/500 High-speed shutter mode 1/4000 Twilight mode 1/60 AUTO mode 1/60 (or 1/100 when the Steady Shot is on CCD-TRV22/TRV33/ TRV212 only)
Selecting the START/STOP mode
Your camcorder has two modes besides normal start/stop mode. These modes enable you to take a series of quick shots resulting in a lively video, or to avoid recording unnecessary scenes resulting from failing to turn off the camcorder.
(1) While pressing PUSH OPEN, open the LCD panel. (2) Set START/STOP MODE to the desired mode. : Recording starts when you press START/STOP, and stops when you press it again (normal mode). ANTI GROUND SHOOTING : The camcorder records only while you press down START/STOP so that you can avoid recording unnecessary scenes. 5 SEC : When you press START/STOP, the camcorder records for 5 seconds and then stops automatically. (3) Turn STANDBY up and press START/STOP. Recording starts.
If you selected 5 SEC, five dots appear in the viewfinder. The dots disappear at a rate of one per second. When five seconds elapse and all the dots disappear, the camcorder switches to Standby mode automatically. If you selected , the camcorder records as long as you hold down START/STOP.
To extend the recording time in 5 SEC mode
Press START/STOP again before all the dots disappear. Recording continues for about 5 seconds from the moment you press START/STOP. Note on 5 SEC recording If you have turned off the indicators on the LCD screen, the dots do not appear.

Superimposing a title

You can select from nine preset titles to superimpose it on the picture during recording. Each time you press TITLE, the preset titles appear one by one.
To superimpose from the beginning
(1) Set the POWER switch to CAMERA. (2) Turn STANDBY up. (3) While pressing PUSH OPEN, open the LCD panel. (4) Press TITLE repeatedly until the desired title appears. The title flashes. (5) Press START/STOP to start recording. (6) Press TITLE when you want to turn off the title.
To superimpose on the way of recording
(1) Press TITLE repeatedly until the desired title appears. The title flashes. (2) When the title stops flashing, press TITLE. The title disappears. (3) Press START/STOP to start recording. (4) Press TITLE when you want superimpose the title. (5) Press TITLE when you want to turn off the title.
Note on selecting a title You cannot select a title during recording.
Using the STEADY SHOT function
CCD-TRV22/TRV33/TRV212 only You can use the Steady Shot to compensate for camera-shake. Do not use the Steady Shot when shooting a stationary object with a tripod.

The life of the battery pack
If the battery indicator flashes rapidly just after turning on the camcordrer with a fully charged battery pack, the battery pack should be replaced with a new fully charged one.

Charging temperature

You should charge batteries at temperatures from 50F to 86F (from 10C to 30C). Lower temperatures require a longer charging time. Sony Batteries are Recommended Use of non-Sony batteries may damage your Handycam camcorder.

Notes on charging

A brand-new battery
A brand-new battery pack is not charged. Before using the battery pack, charge it completely.

After long storage

Recharge the battery pack after a long period of storage. If the battery pack is charged fully but not used for a long time (about 1 year), it becomes discharged. Charge it again, but in this case the battery life will be shorter than normal. After several charging and discharging cycles, the battery life will recover its original capacity.

Notes on the terminals

If the terminals (metal parts on the back) are not clean, the battery charge duration will be shortened. When the terminals are not clean or when the battery pack has not been used for a long time, repeatedly install and remove the battery pack a few times. This improves the contact condition. Also, wipe the + and terminals with a soft cloth or paper.
Be Sure to Observe the Following
To prevent an accident caused by a short circuit, do not allow metal objects such as a necklace to touch the battery terminals. When carrying the battery pack, attach to the terminal cover. [b] 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.
Notes on the Battery Case
CCD-TRV12/TRV22/TRV33 only Use only with alkaline batteries. You cannot use the battery case with manganese batteries or size AA rechargeable NiCd batteries. Battery life is remarkably shorter in a cold environment (lower than 50F/10C). Keep the metal part clean. If it gets dirty, wipe it with a soft cloth. Do not disassemble or convert the battery case. Do not expose the battery case to any mechanical shock. During recording, the battery case heats up. This is not cause for concern. Prevent the electrode in the battery case from coming in contact with a metal object. If you will not use the battery case for a long time, detach the battery case from the camcorder and remove the batteries from the battery case.

Notes on Alkaline Batteries
To avoid possible damage from battery leakage or corrosion, observe the following. Be sure to insert the batteries in the correct direction. Alkaline batteries are not rechargeable. Do not use a combination of new and old batteries. Do not use different types of batteries. The batteries slowly discharge while not in use. Do not use a battery that is leaking. If battery leakage occurred Wipe off the liquid in the battery case carefully before replacing the batteries. If you touch the liquid, wash it off with water. If the liquid get into your eyes, wash your eyes with a lot of water and then consult a doctor.
Maintenance information and precautions

Moisture condensation

If the camcorder is brought directly from a cold place to a warm place, moisture may condense inside the 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 the camcorder may not operate correctly. To prevent possible damage under these circumstances, the camcorder is furnished with moisture sensors. Take the following precautions.

Inside the camcorder

If there is moisture inside the camcorder, the beep sounds and the { indicator flashes. If this happens, none of the function except cassette ejection will work. Open the cassette compartment, turn off the camcorder, and leave it about 1 hour. When 6 indicator flashes at the same time, the cassette is inserted in the camcorder. Eject the cassette, turn off the camcorder, and leave also the cassette about 1 hour. The camcorder can be used again if the { indicator does not appear when the power is turned on again.

On the lens

If moisture condenses on the lens, no indicator appears, but the picture becomes dim. Turn off the power and do not use the camcorder for about 1 hour.
How to prevent moisture condensation
When bringing the camcorder from a cold place to a warm place, put the camcorder in a plastic bag and allow it to adapt to room conditions over a period of time.
(1) Be sure to tightly seal the plastic bag containing the camcorder. (2) Remove the bag when the air temperature inside it has reached the temperature surrounding it (after about 1 hour).

Video head cleaning

To ensure normal recording and clear pictures, clean the video heads. When v appears in the viewfinder or on the LCD screen in CAMERA mode or playback pictures are noisy or hardly visible, the video heads may be dirty.
[a] Slight dirty [b] Dirty If this happens, clean the video heads with the Sony V8-25CLH 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.) Caution Do not use a commercially available wet-type cleaning cassette. It may damage the video heads. Note If the V8-25CLH cleaning cassette is not available in your area, consult your nearest Sony dealer.

# START/STOP button (p. 14) Use this button when recording in a low position. # Tripod receptacle (p. 14) # PUSH OPEN button (p. 12, 16) # LCD BRIGHT dial (p. 12) # Eyecup (p. 13, 39)
# Battery mounting surface (p. 7) # START/STOP button (p. 9) # STANDBY switch (p. 9) # BATT (battery release) knob (p. 8)
$ Cassette compartment (p. 8) $ EJECT knob (p. 8) $ Eyecup release knob (p. 39) $ Hooks for shoulder strap $ Grip strap (p. 13) $ VIDEO OUT jack (p. 29)
$ RFU DC OUT (RFU adaptor DC out) jack $ AUDIO OUT jack (p. 29) $ MIC (microphone) jack Connect an external microphone (not supplied). This jack also accepts a plugin-power microphone. $ Jack cover
Attaching the shoulder strap Attach the supplied shoulder strap to the hooks for the shoulder strap.

Remote commander

Using the Remote Commander
Make sure that the COMMANDER mode is set to ON (p. 28). The buttons that have the same name on the Remote Commander as on the camcorder function identically.
1 Transmitter Point toward the remote sensor to control the camcorder after turning on the camcorder. 2 Tape transport buttons (p. 17) 3 Size AA (R6) battery holder (p. 52)
4 START/STOP button 5 Power zoom button The zooming speed is unchangeable on the Remote Commander.
To prepare the remote commander
To use the Remote Commander, you must insert two size AA (R6) batteries. Use the supplied size AA (R6) batteries.
(1) Remove the battery cover from the Remote Commander. (2) Insert both of the size AA (R6) batteries with correct polarity. (3) Put the battery cover back onto the Remote Commander.
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.

Remote control direction

Aim the Remote Commander to the remote sensor within the range as shown below.

16ft (5m)

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 at 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 at commander mode VTR 2, we recommend you change the commander mode or cover the remote sensor of the VCR with black paper.

I, J, K, L

LANC.. 48 Lithium battery. 31

T, U, V

Tape counter.. 11 Title.. 26 Tripod mounting.. 14 Trouble check. 43 Twilight mode.. 24
Camera recording. 9 Car battery. 21 Charging battery. 6 CINEMA mode. 27 Cleaning video heads. 38 COUNTER RESET. 11

M, N, O, P

MIC (microphone) jack.. 50 Playback on TV. 16 Playback pause. 17 Power sources.. 19 Power zoom. 11 PROGRAM AE. 24

W, X, Y, Z

Zoom.. 11
DATE/TIME.. 22 DEMO mode.. 53
REC MODE.. 28 Rec. Review. 15 Remote Commander. 51 Remote control jack (LANC).. 48 Rewind.. 16
Editing.. 30 EDITSEARCH.. 15 EJECT.. 8 END SEARCH.. 18

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