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Caution: this is not an ATAPI/IDE drive! This drive has a SATA interface, but this is not clearly stated in the description. Cover plate cannot be replaced and is overly busy/ugly I hoped it had a replacable face plate. however it does not. A pleasure to use Since purchasing this product, I have been burning many CDs and DVDs without issue.
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3-859-595-13 (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 model and serial numbers 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-TRV52

CCD-TRV32/TRV52/TRV53/ TRV312/TRV512 h

1997 by Sony Corporation

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.
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. 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.
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 supplied accessories. 6

Additional information

Changing the lithium battery in the camcorder.. 48 Resetting the date and time.. 50 Playback modes. 52 Tips for using the battery pack. 53 Maintenance information and precautions.. 56 Using your camcorder abroad. 61 Trouble check.. 62 Specifications.. 66 Identifying the parts.. 68 Warning indicators. 75 Index.. back cover

Using this manual Precautions on camcorder care
The LCD screen and/or color viewfinder are manufactured using high-precision technology. However, there may be some tiny black points and/or bright points (red, blue or green in color) that constantly appear in the viewfinder or on the LCD screen. These points are normal in the manufacturing process and do not affect the recorded picture in any way. Over 99.99% are operational for effective use. Do not let the camcorder get wet. Keep the camcorder away from rain and sea water. It may cause a malfunction and sometimes the malfunction cannot be repaired. [a] Never leave the camcorder under temperatures above 140 F (60 C), such as in a car parked in the sun or under direct sunlight. [b]
Checking supplied accessories
Check that the following accessories are supplied with your camcorder.
1 Wireless Remote Commander (1) (p. 22, 72) 2 NP-33 Battery Pack (1) (p. 7) 3 Battery case (1) (p. 25) CCD-TRV32/TRV52/TRV53 only 4 A/V connecting cable (1) (p. 45)

* for stereo model

6 Shoulder strap (1) (p. 71) 7 AC-V16/V16A AC power adaptor (1) (p. 7, 24) 8 CR2025 Lithium Battery (1) (p. 48)
Already installed in the camcorder.
5 Size AA (R6) battery for Remote Commander (2) (p. 72)
Contents of the recording cannot be compensated if recording or playback is not made due to a malfunction of the camcorder, video tape, etc.
Charging and installing the battery pack
Before using your camcorder, you first need to charge and install the battery pack. To charge the battery pack, use the supplied AC power adaptor.
Charging the battery pack
Charge the battery pack on a flat place without vibration.
(1) Connect the AC power adaptor to a wall outlet. (2) Align the right side of the battery pack with the line on the AC power adaptor, then slide the battery pack in the direction of the arrow. (3) Set the selector to CHARGE. The CHARGE lamp (orange) lights up. Charging begins.
When charging is completed, the CHARGE lamp goes out. Unplug the unit from the wall outlet, and then remove the battery pack and install it on the camcorder.

POWER CHARGE

Charging time (in minutes)
Battery pack NP-33 (supplied) NP-60D NP-C65 Charging time* 105 Battery pack NP-68 NP-80/80D NP-98/98D Charging time* 215
* Approximate minutes to charge an empty battery pack using the supplied AC power adaptor (Lower temperatures require a longer charging time.)
Battery life (in minutes)
CCD-TRV32/TRV312 Battery pack While recording1) LCD open2) LCD close NP-33 (supplied) 70 (40) NP-60D NP-C(50) 100 (55) 135 (75) 120 (65) 160 (90)
While playing back on LCD3)

[b] [a]

Camera recording 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.
(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. 5SEC : 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 5SEC, five dots appear in the viewfinder. The dots disappear at a rate of one per second as illustrated below.

ANTI GROUND SHOOTING

START/STOP MODE

STBY 0:07:12

To extend the recording time in 5SEC 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 5SEC recording If you have turned off the indicators on the LCD screen, the dots do not appear.

REC 0:07:12

REC 0:07:16
Camera recording 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, press BRIGHT + or.
The battery life is longer when the LCD panel is closed. Use the viewfinder instead of the LCD screen to save the battery power.
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.
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 (Mirror mode) and the date and tape counter indicators disappear.

+ EDITSEARCH

+ EDITSEARCH + EDITSEARCH

To stop playback

Release EDITSEARCH.
To go back to the last recorded point after edit search
Press END SEARCH. The last recorded point is played back for about 5 seconds if the tape was recorded in SP mode, or 10 seconds if the tape was recorded in LP mode, and stops. Note that this function does not work once you eject the cassette after you recorded in the tape.

To begin re-recording

Press START/STOP. Re-recording begins from the last recorded point or the point you released EDITSEARCH. Provided you do not eject the tape, the transition between the last scene you recorded and the next scene you record will be smooth.

Playing back a tape

You can monitor the playback picture on the LCD screen.
(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) While pressing PUSH OPEN, open the LCD panel. Adjust the angle of the LCD panel or the brightness of the LCD screen if necessary. (4) Press to start playback.
(5) Adjust the volume using VOLUME +/.
You can also monitor on the TV screen after connecting the camcorder to the VCR or TV.

STOP REW PLAY FF PAUSE

To stop playback, press. To rewind the tape, press 0. To fast-forward the tape, press ).
When watching on the LCD screen
You can turn the LCD panel over and move back to the camcorder with the LCD screen facing out [a]. You can adjust the angle of the LCD panel up to 20 degrees [b].

+ VOLUME

Using the Remote Commander
You can control playback using the supplied Remote Commander. Before using the Remote Commander, insert the size AA (R6) batteries.
To erase the screen indicators
Press DISPLAY to erase the screen indicators on the LCD screen. To display the indicators, press again. The indicators dont appear on the TV.

To remove the battery case
The battery case is removed in the same way as the battery pack.

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.
Changing the mode settings
You can change the mode settings to further enjoy the features and functions of the camcorder.
(1) While pressing PUSH OPEN, open the LCD panel. (2) Press MENU to display the menu. (3) Turn the control dial to select the desired item, and press the dial. (4) Turn the control dial to select the desired mode, and press the dial. (5) Press MENU to erase the menu display.
MENU COMMANDER REC MODE TITLE POS MENU COMMANDER REC MODE TITLE POS SP ON
COMMANDER REC MODE TITLE POS TITLE LANG TITLE1 SET TITLE2 SET D ZOOM [MENU] : END
OFF MENU COMMANDER REC MODE TITLE POS

CENTER

MENU COMMANDER REC MODE TITLE POS ON

MENU COMMANDER ON OFF

MENU COMMANDER REC MODE TITLE POS OFF
Changing the mode settings Selecting the mode setting of each item
Items for both CAMERA and PLAYER modes
COMMANDER <ON/OFF> Select ON when using the supplied Remote Commander for the camcorder. Select OFF when not using the Remote Commander. BEEP* <ON/OFF> Select ON so that beeps sound when you start/stop recording, etc. Select OFF when you do not want to hear the beep sound. LCD B.L. * <BRT NORMAL/BRIGHT> If you select BRT NORMAL, the battery life becomes about 10% longer than it is when you select BRIGHT. Select BRIGHT to make the LCD screen brighter when shooting/playing back outdoors.
Items for CAMERA mode only
REC MODE* <SP/LP> Select SP to record a tape in SP (standard play) mode. Select LP to record a tape in LP (long play) mode. TITLE POS* <CENTER/BOTTOM> Select CENTER to center the title in the picture. Select BOTTOM to position the title at the bottom of the picture. TITLE LANG* <ENGLISH/FRANAIS/ESPAOL/PORTUGUS> Select the language of the preset titles. TITLE1 SET*/TITLE2 SET* Store your own titles. D ZOOM* <ON/OFF> Select ON to activate digital zooming. Select OFF to not use the digital zoom. The camcorder goes back to 15x zoom. 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. AUTO DATE* <ON/OFF> Select ON to record the date for 10 seconds after recording has started. Select OFF to not record the date. CLOCK SET* Reset the date or time. DEMO MODE* <ON/OFF> Select ON to make the demonstration appear. Select OFF to make the demonstration not appear.

After shooting

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 following conditions: On snow e.g. at the ski resort At the beach under strong sunshine 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.
Releasing the STEADY SHOT function
When you shoot, the indicator appears. This indicates that the SteadyShot function is working and the camcorder compensates for camera-shake. You can release the SteadyShot function when you do not need to use the SteadyShot function. Do not use the SteadyShot function when shooting a stationary object with a tripod.
(1) While pressing PUSH OPEN, open the LCD panel. (2) Set STEADY SHOT to OFF. The indicator goes off.

STEADY SHOT ON OFF

To activate the SteadyShot function again
Set STEADY SHOT to ON. Notes on the SteadyShot The SteadyShot will not correct excessive camera-shake. When you switch the SteadyShot function on or off, the exposure may fluctuate. When you record in 16:9FULL mode, the SteadyShot function does not work and the indicator flashes.

Superimposing a title

You can select from eight preset titles and two titles you made to superimpose it on the picture during recording. Each time you press TITLE, the preset titles appear one by one.

Selecting the language

(1) While pressing PUSH OPEN, open the LCD panel. (2) Press MENU to display the menu. (3) Turn the control dial to select TITLE LANG, and press the dial. (4) Turn the control dial to select the desired language, and press the dial. (5) Press MENU to erase the menu display.
MENU COMMANDER REC MODE TITLE POS TITLE LANG TITLE1 SET TITLE2 SET D ZOOM [MENU] : END MENU

ENGLISH

TITLE LANG
ENGLISH FRANAIS ESPAOL PORTUGUS

[MENU] : END

MENU MENU COMMANDER REC MODE TITLE POS TITLE LANG TITLE1 SET TITLE2 SET D ZOOM [MENU] : END

TITLE LANG ENGLISH FRANAIS ESPAOL PORTUGUS

ESPAOL

Superimposing a title Superimposing titles
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.
Titles cycle as follows Original title 1 n Original title 2 n HELLO! n HAPPY BIRTHDAY n HAPPY HOLIDAYS n CONGRATULATIONS! n OUR SWEET BABY n WEDDING n VACATION n THE END When you press TITLE with THE END displayed, the titles disappear. When you press TITLE once again, the titles begin from HELLO! or your original title. The titles are displayed in the language you selected in the menu system. If you have not stored any original titles The titles begin from HELLO!. Notes on titles You cannot select a title during recording. You cannot record a title and the date at the same time. You cannot record a title and the time at the same time. While the menu is displayed, the titles are not recorded.
To select the title position
(1) Press MENU to display the menu on the LCD screen. (2) Turn the control dial to select TITLE POS, then press the dial. (3) Turn the control dial to select CENTER [a] or BOTTOM [b], then press the dial. (4) Press MENU to erase the menu display.

HELLO!

Making your own titles
You can make two titles of up to 22 characters each, and store them in memory. We recommend to eject the cassette before you begin so that the power is not turned off on the way.
(1)While pressing PUSH OPEN, open the LCD panel. (2) While the camcorder is in Standby mode, press MENU to display the menu. (3) Turn the control dial to select TITLE1 SET or TITLE2 SET, then press the dial. (4) Turn the control dial to select the desired character, then press the dial. (5) Repeat step 4 until you finish the title. (6) Turn the dial to select , then press the dial. The title is stored in memory. (7) Press MENU to erase the menu display.

202 CR 5

0 CR2 2
WARNING The battery may explode if mistreated. Do not recharge, disassemble, or dispose of in fire.
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 and time.
(1) While pressing PUSH OPEN, open the LCD panel. (2) Open the lid of the lithium battery compartment. (3) Push the battery in once and pull it out from the holder. (4) Install the new lithium battery with the positive (+) side facing out. (5) Close the lid.
Resetting the date and time
You can reset the date and time in the menu system.
(1) Set the POWER switch to CAMERA. (2) While pressing PUSH OPEN, open the LCD panel. (3) Press MENU to display the menu. (4) Turn the control dial to select CLOCK SET, then press the dial. (5) Turn the control dial to select the desired year, then press the dial. (6) Set the month, day, hour, and minutes by turning the control dial and pressing the dial. (7) Press MENU to erase the menu display.
MENU D ZOOM LCD B.L. BEEP REC LAMP AUTO DATE CLOCK SET DEMO MODE [MENU] : END MENU
1997 JAN 1 JAN 12:00:00 AM CLOCK SET AM [MENU] : END
1997 JUL JUL JUL JUL 00 AM 1997 JAN JAN 00 AM PM PM
To correct the date and time setting

Repeat steps 5 and 6.

To check the 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 out.
The year indicator changes as follows:
Note on the time indicator The internal clock of this camcorder operates on a 12-hour cycle. 12:00 AM stands for midnight. 12:00 PM stands for noon.

Playback modes

The playback mode (SP/LP) is selected automatically according to the format in which the tape has been recorded. The quality of the recorded picture in LP mode, however, will not be as good as that in SP mode. Note on AFM HiFi stereo (CCD-TRV52/TRV512 only) When you play back a tape, the sound will be in monaural if: You record the tape using the camcorder, then play it back on an AFM HiFi monaural video recorder/player. You record the tape on an AFM HiFi monaural video recorder, then play it back on this camcorder. Foreign 8 mm video You may not play back tapes recorded on a different TV color system. Because the TV color systems differ from country to country, you may not be able to play back foreign pre-recorded tapes. Refer to the list of Using your camcorder abroad to check the TV color system of foreign countries.
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.
Battery life is shorter in cold environment
Battery efficiency is decreased, and the battery will be used up more quickly, if you are recording in cold environment.

To save battery power

Turn the STANDBY switch on the camcorder 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 positioning the subject, selecting an angle, or looking through the viewfinder lens or on the LCD screen, the lens moves automatically and the battery is used. The battery is also used when a cassette is inserted or removed.
When to replace the battery
While you are using your camcorder, the remaining battery indicator decreases gradually as battery power is used up.
When the remaining battery indicator reaches the lowest point, the i indicator appears and starts flashing. 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 smooth transition between scenes before and after the battery pack has been replaced. Note on the remaining battery indicator The remaining battery indicator of the camcorder may indicate a different remaining capacity from that of the battery pack with its own indicator (not supplied). The indicator on the battery pack is more accurate.
Notes on the rechargeable battery pack
Never leave the battery pack in temperatures above 140 F (60 C), such as in a car parked in the sun or under direct sunlight.

The battery 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.

Battery pack care

Remove the battery pack from the camcorder after using it, and keep it in a cool place. When the battery pack is installed to the camcorder, a small amount of current flows to the camcorder even if the POWER switch is set to OFF. This shortens battery life. The battery pack is always discharging even when it is not in use after charging. Therefore, you should charge the battery right before using the camcorder.
How to use the switch on the battery pack
When the switch is supplied with the battery pack [a], you can use it to find whether the battery pack is charged or not. Set the switch to the no mark position when charging is completed. Set the switch to the red mark position when the battery is used up (or in whichever direction you want to remind yourself).
The life of the battery pack

The picture does not appear in the viewfinder. The picture does not appear on the LCD screen. A vertical band appears when shooting a very bright subject. An unknown picture is displayed in the viewfinder or on the LCD screen.
Continued to the next page

Others

Symptom The supplied Remote Commander does not work. Cause and/or Corrective Actions COMMANDER is set to OFF. m Set it to ON in the menu system. (p. 27) Something is blocking the infrared rays. m Remove the obstacle. The battery is not inserted with the correct polarity. m Insert the battery with the correct polarity. (p. 72) The batteries are dead. m Insert new ones. (p. 72) Detach the eyecup and clean the viewfinder lens. (p. 58)
There is dust in the viewfinder. (CCD-TRV32/TRV52/TRV312/ TRV512 only)
Trouble check AC power adaptor
Symptom The POWER lamp does not light. The CHARGE lamp flashes. Cause and/or Corrective Actions Set the selector to VTR (DC OUT) and disconnect the power cord. After about one minute, try again. (p. 9) See the following chart.
When the CHARGE lamp flashes
Check through the following chart.
Remove the battery pack from the AC power adaptor. Then install the same battery pack again.
$ When the CHARGE lamp flashes again Install another battery pack.
$ When the CHARGE lamp does not flash again If the CHARGE lamp lights up and goes out after a while, there is no problem.*
$ When the CHARGE lamp flashes again The problem is with the AC power adaptor.
$ When the CHARGE lamp does not flash again If the CHARGE lamp lights up and goes out after a while, the problem is with the battery pack installed first.
$ Please contact your nearest Sony dealer in connection with the product with the problem.
If you use a battery pack which you have just bought or which has been left unused for a long time, the CHARGE lamp may flash at the first charging. This does not indicate a problem. Repeat again to charge with the same battery pack.

Specifications

Video camera recorder

System

Video recording system

LCD screen

General

Power requirements

Four rotary heads (SP/LP independent heads), Helical scanning, FM system

Audio recording system

Rotary heads, FM system

Video signal

NTSC color, EIA standards

Usable cassette

CCD-TRV52/TRV512: 3.5 inches measured diagonally 2 7/8 x 2 inches (72.4 x 50.38 mm) CCD-TRV32/TRV53/ TRV312: 3 inches measured diagonally 2 3/8 x 1 3/4 inches (59.5 x 43.2 mm)

On-screen display

7.5 V (AC power adaptor)
Average power consumption
8 mm video format cassette (standard 8 mm)

Recording/Playback time

TN LCD/TFT active matrix method

Total dot number

During camera recording using the LCD CCD-TRV32/TRV53/ TRV312: 4.7 W CCD-TRV52/TRV512: 5.0 W During camera recording using the viewfinder CCD-TRV32/TRV53/ TRV312: 3.5 W CCD-TRV52/TRV512: 3.6 W

Operating temperature

SP mode: 2 hours (P6-120) LP mode: 4 hours (P6-120)

Fastforward/rewind time

Approx. 5 min. (P6-120)

Image device

CCD-TRV52/TRV512: 105,380 (479 x 220) CCD-TRV32/TRV53/ TRV312: 89,622 (383 x 234) Input and Output connectors

Video output

32F to 104F (0C to 40C)

Storage temperature

4F to +140F (20C to +60C)

Dimensions (w/h/d)

CCD (Charge Coupled Device)

Viewfinder

Approx. x x inches (115 x 110 x 205 mm)
Electronic viewfinder CCD-TRV53: color Other models: Black and white
Phono jack, 1 Vp-p, 75 ohm, unbalanced

Audio output

15 (optical), 30 (digital) Combined power zoom lens, F1.4 2.4 Filter diameter inches (37 mm)

Focal distance

f = 3/1/2 inches (4.1 61.5 mm) When converted to a 35 mm still camera 1 7/7/8 inches (mm)

Color temperature

327 mV, (at load impedance 47 kilohm), impedance less than 2.2 kilohm CCD-TRV32/TRV53/ TRV312: Monaural, Phono jack CCD-TRV52/TRV512: Phono jacks (2: stereo L and R)

RFU DC OUT

Special minijack, DC 5 V

Earphone jack

(CCD-TRV32/TRV53/ TRV312 only) Mini-jack

Headphone jack

CCD-TRV32/TRV53/ TRV312: Approx. 2 lb 1 oz (950 g) CCD-TRV52/TRV512: Approx. 2 lb 1 oz (960 g) Excluding the battery pack, lithium battery, cassette and shoulder strap CCD-TRV32/TRV52/ TRV53/TRV312/TRV512: 2 lb 7 oz (1.2 kg) Including the battery pack NP-33, lithium battery CR2025, cassette P6-120 and shoulder strap

Microphone

Minimum illumination
(CCD-TRV52/TRV512 only) Stereo minijack

LANC control jack

2 lx at F 1.4

Illumination range

Stereo mini-minijack ( 2.5 mm)

MIC jack

Electret condenser microphone CCD-TRV32/TRV53/ TRV312: Monaural type CCD-TRV52/TRV512: Stereo type

Supplied accessories

2 to 100,000 lx

Recommended illumination

More than 100 lx

Minijack, 0.388 mV, low impedance with 2.5 to 3 V DC output, impedance 6.8 kilohm ( 3.5 mm)

Speaker

See page 6.

Dynamic-speaker

V AC, 50/60Hz

Power consumption

AC-V16: 20 W AC-V16A: 22 W

Output voltage

DC OUT in operation mode 7.5 V, 1.8 A Battery charge terminal 10 V, 1.1 A in charge mode

Application

Sony battery packs NP-33 (supplied), NP-60D, NP-C65, NP-68, NP-80/80D, NP-98/ 98D
32 F to 104 F (0 C to 40 C)
4 F to +140 F (20 C to +60 C)

Dimensions

Approx. x x 3 inches (166 x 43 x 75 mm) (w/h/d) including projecting parts and controls
AC-V16: Approx. 15 oz (420 g) AC-V16A: Approx. 16 oz (450 g) Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.

Identifying the parts

! ! ! !
1 Tape transport buttons (p. 21, 22)
STOP 0 REW (rewind) PLAY (playback) ) FF (fast forward) P PAUSE These buttons will function in PLAYER mode.

8 Remote sensor (p. 73)

Aim the Remote Commander here for remote control.
9 Built-in microphone ! Lighting aperture

CCD-TRV53 only

! Viewfinder adjustment lever (p. 12)
2 EDITSEARCH button (p. 19) 3 LASER LINK button (p. 46) CCD-TRV52/TRV53/TRV512 only 4 Accessory shoe 5 Transmitter
CCD-TRV52/TRV53/TRV512 only
! Viewfinder adjustment ring (p. 12)
CCD-TRV32/TRV52/TRV312/TRV512 only
! Viewfinder (p. 58, 74) ! LCD panel (p. 15, 16, 21) ! Display window (p. 74)
6 Lens cover 7 Recording lamp

! ! ! ! @ @ @ @ @ @ @

@ @ @ # #
! TIME button (p. 30) ! DATE button (p. 30) ! Speaker ! Recording lamp @ Lithium battery compartment (p. 49) @ LCD screen (p. 15, 16, 21, 74) @ 16:9 WIDE button (p. 35) @ TITLE button (p. 41) @ Power zoom lever (p. 13)
@ DISPLAY button (p. 21) @ STEADY SHOT button (p. 39) @ START/STOP MODE switch (p.11, 14) @ PICTURE EFFECT button (p. 33) @ MENU button (p. 27) # COUNTER RESET button (p. 12) # END SEARCH button (p. 23)

# # # # # # #

# POWER switch (p. 11, 21) # PUSH OPEN button (p. 15, 16, 21) # Focus dial (p. 36) # FOCUS switch (p. 36) # PROGRAM AE button (p. 37) # VOLUME button (p. 21) # Eyecup (p. 58) # BRIGHT button (p. 15) $ STANDBY switch (p. 11) $ START/STOP button (p. 11) $ LANC l control jack
l stands for Local Application Control Bus system. The l control jack is used for controlling the tape transport of video equipment and peripherals connected to it. This jack has the same function as the connectors indicated as CONTROL L or REMOTE.

 

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