Sony CCD-TRV35E Manual
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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 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.
Handycam Vision 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. . . .
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.. 14 Basic operations Camera recording.. 15 Using the zoom feature.. 18 Selecting the START/STOP mode. 19 Shooting with the LCD screen.. 20 Letting the subject monitor the shot (Mirror mode)... 21 Hints for better shooting.. 22 Checking the recorded picture.. 24 Playing back a tape.. 26 Searching for the end of the picture. 31 Advanced operations Using alternative power sources. 32 Using the mains.. 32 Changing the mode settings. 34 for camera recording Shooting with backlighting.. 40 Using the FADER function (CCD-TRV35E/ TRV65E/TRV69E only).. 41 Shooting in the dark (NightShot) (CCD-TRV35E/TRV65E/TRV69E only). 44 Using the wide mode function.. 45 Using the PROGRAM AE function.. 47 Focusing manually (CCD-TRV35E/TRV65E/ TRV69E only).. 49 Enjoying picture effect... 51 Adjusting the exposure (CCD-TRV35E/TRV65E/ TRV69E only).. 53 Superimposing a title.. 55 Making your own titles.. 57 Re-recording a picture in the middle of a recorded tape (CCD-TRV69E only)... 58 Recording with the date/time.. 60 Optimizing the recording condition. 61 Releasing the STEADY SHOT function (CCD-TRV35E/TRV65E/TRV69E only). 62 for playback/editing Watching on a TV screen.. 63 Searching the boundaries of recorded date (CCD-TRV69E only).. 65 Returning to a pre-registered position (CCD-TRV69E only).. 67 Locating the marking position (CCD-TRV69E only).. 68 Writing the RC Time code on a recorded tape (CCD-TRV69E only).. 73 Editing onto another tape. 75 Additional information Changing the lithium battery in the camcorder... 76 Resetting the date and time.. 78 Simple setting of clock by time difference. 79 Usable cassettes and playback modes.. 80 Tips for using the battery pack.. 82 Maintenance information and precautions. 86 Using your camcorder abroad.. 92 Trouble check... 93 Self-diagnosis display.. 99 Specifications.. 101 Identifying the parts.. 105 Warning indicators.. 115 Index... Back cover
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If you start recording after using END SEARCH Occasionally, the transition between the last scene you recorded and the next scene may not be smooth.
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Using alternative power sources
You can choose any of the following power sources for your camcorder: battery pack, the mains, alkaline batteries and 12/24 V car battery. Choose the appropriate power source depending on where you want to use your camcorder.
Place Indoors Outdoors| Power source Mains Battery pack Accessory to be used Supplied AC power adaptor Battery pack NPF330 (supplied), NP-F530, NPF550, NP-F730, NP-F750, NPF930, NP-F950 Battery case EBP-L7 Sony car battery charger DCV515A
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. NP-F330 (), NP-F530, NPF550, NP-F730, NP-F750, NPF930, NP-F950 LR6 ( ) EBP-L7 12 24 DC-V515A
LR6 (sizeAA) Alkaline battery In the car 12 V or 24 V car battery
Notes on power sources Disconnecting the power source or removing the battery pack during recording or playback may damage the inserted tape. The DC IN jack has source priority. This means that the battery pack cannot supply any power if the mains lead is connected to the DC IN jack, even when the mains lead is not plugged into the mains.
Using the mains
(1) Open the DC IN jack cover, and connect the AC power adaptor to the DC IN jack on the camcorder. (2) Connect the mains lead to the AC power adaptor. (3) Connect the mains lead to the mains.
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(1) DC IN DC IN . (2) . (3) .
WARNING The mains lead must only be changed at a qualified service shop. PRECAUTION The set is not disconnected from the AC power source (mains) as long as it is connected to the mains, even if the set itself has been turned off. Note Keep the AC power adaptor away from the camcorder if the picture is disturbed.
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Focusing manually Focusing manually
When focusing manually, first focus in telephoto before recording, and then reset the shot length. (1) Set FOCUS to MANUAL. The f indicator appears in the viewfinder or on the LCD screen. (2) Move the power zoom lever to the end of the T side in the optical zoom zone. (3) Turn the NEAR/FAR dial to achieve a sharp focus. (4) Set the desired shot length using the power zoom lever.
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AUTO MANUAL INFINITY
To return to autofocus mode
Set FOCUS to AUTO. The f indicator in the viewfinder or on the LCD screen disappears. Shooting in relatively dark places Shoot at wide-angle after focusing in the telephoto position.
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To record a very distant subject
Push FOCUS down to INFINITY. The lens focuses on the most distant subject while FOCUS is held down. When it is released, manual focus mode is resumed. Use this function when shooting through a window or a screen, to focus on a most distant subject. Note on manual focusing The following indicators may appear: when recording a very distant subject. when the subject is too close to focus on.
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Enjoying picture effect
Selecting picture effect
You can make pictures like those of television with the Picture Effect function.
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PASTEL [a] The contrast of the picture is emphasized, and the picture looks like an animated cartoon. NEG. ART [b] The colour and brightness of the picture is reversed. SEPIA The picture is sepia. B&W The picture is monochrome (black and white). SOLARIZE [c] The light intensity is more clear, and the picture looks like an illustration. MOSAIC [d] The picture is mosaic. SLIM [e] The picture expands vertically. STRETCH [f] The picture expands horizontally.
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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 or on the LCD screen 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]
[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 you 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 a video light (not supplied). To get the best colour, you must maintain a sufficient light level. When you adjust the exposure manually BACK LIGHT does not work. If you change the 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 step 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.
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PRESET TITLE HELLO! HAPPY BIRTHDAY HAPPY HOLIDAYS CONGRATULATIONS! OUR SWEET BABY WEDDING VACATION THE END [TITLE] : END
PRESET TITLE HELLO! HAPPY BIRTHDAY HAPPY HOLIDAYS CONGRATULATIONS! OUR SWEET BABY WEDDING VACATION THE END RETURN [TITLE] : END
[TITLE] : END
To superimpose the title from beginning
After step 7, press START/STOP to start recording.
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To superimpose the title while you are recording
After pressing START/STOP to start recording, start from step 1. In this case, beep is not heard.
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To select the language of preset title
When you want to select the language, select before step 2. Then select language and return to step 2.
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To use the custom title
When you want to use the custom title, select in step 2. Notes on superimposing a title If you have not given any custom title, . appears on the display. The FADER function works while the title is displayed, however, the title does not fade (CCD-TRV35E/TRV65E/TRV69E only). If you display the menu or title menu while superimposing a title, the title is not recorded while the menu or title menu is being displayed. Title colour changes as follows : WHITE YELLOW VIOLET RED CYAN GREEN BLUE Title size changes as follows : SMALL LARGE Title position changes as follows : When you select the title size SMALL, you can choose 9 positions. When you select the title size LARGE you can choose 8 positions. Notes on the title Depending on size or position of the title, both of date and time or either of them is not displayed. If you input 13 characters or more for a LARGE title, the title is automatically reduced into a proper size after the position is set. When the title is displayed, LCD BRIGHT and VOLUME indicators do not appear.
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Making your own titles
You can make up to two titles and store them in the camcorder. We recommend to set the POWER switch to PLAYER or eject the cassette before you begin. Your title can have up to 20 characters. (1) Press TITLE to display the title menu. , then press (2) Turn the control dial to select the dial. (3) Turn the control dial to select the first line (CUSTOM1) or second line (CUSTOM2), then press the dial. (4) Turn the control dial to select the column of the desired character, then press the dial. (5) Turn the control dial to select the desired character, then press the dial. (6) Repeat step 4 and 5 until you finish the title. (7) For finishing the titling work, turn the control dial to select SET, then press the dial.
. POWER PLAYER . 20. (1) TITLE . (2) , . (3) (CUSTOM1) (CUSTOM2), . (4) , . (5) , . (6) , . (7) SET, .
TITLE SET CUSTOM1 " " CUSTOM2 " "
TITLE SET SUMMER CAMP IN LAKE
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To activate the Steady Shot function again
Set STEADYSHOT to ON in the menu system. Notes on the Steady Shot function The Steady Shot function will not correct excessive camera-shake. When you set STEADYSHOT to ON or OFF in the menu system, the exposure may fluctuate. Steady Shot does not operate in 16:9 FULL mode. If you set STEADYSHOT to ON in the menu system, the indicator flashes.
STEADYSHOT ON . . STEADYSHOT ON OFF . 16:9FULL. STEADYSHOT ON, .
Watching on a TV screen
Connect the camcorder to your TV or VCR to watch the playback picture on the TV screen. When monitoring the playback picture by connecting the camcorder to your TV, we recommend you to use the mains for the power source. While playing back on a TV screen, close the LCD panel. Otherwise, picture distortion may occur.
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Connecting directly to a TV/VCR with Video/Audio input jacks
When connecting the A/V connecting cable, make sure you connect the plug to jacks of the same colour. Open the jack cover. With using the supplied A/ V connecting cable, connect the camcorder to the LINE IN inputs on the TV or VCR connected to the TV. Set the TV/VCR selector on the TV to VCR. When connecting to the VCR, set the input selector on the VCR to LINE.
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IN VIDEO VIDEO AUDIO : Signal flow/ AUDIO
(not supplied)/ ( ) [a] VIDEO [b] AUDIO : Signal flow/ VIDEO AUDIO
IN S VIDEO
CCD-TRV65E/TRV69E only If your TV or VCR has an S video jack, connect using the S video cable (not supplied) [a] to obtain a high quality picture. If you are going to connect the camcorder using the S video cable (not supplied) [a], you do not need to connect the yellow (video) plug of the A/V connecting cable [b]. If your TV or VCR is a monaural type CCD-TRV65E/TRV69E only Connect only the white plug for audio on both the camcorder and the TV or the VCR. With this connection, the sound is monaural even in stereo model. If your TV/VCR has a 21-pin connector (EUROCONNECTOR) Use the supplied 21-pin adaptor.
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To connect to a TV or VCR without Video/ Audio input jacks Use an RFU adaptor (not supplied). Monitoring the picture from a TV or VCR CCD-TRV65E/TRV69E only You can monitor the picture on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder. Connect the camcorder to the outputs on the TV or VCR.
. (1) MENU . (2) , (3) WORLD TIME, . (4) , . , . (5) MENU .
OTHERS WORLD TIME BEEP COMMANDER DISPLAY REC LAMP INDICATOR OTHERS WORLD TIME BEEP COMMANDER DISPLAY REC LAMP INDICATOR RETURN [MENU] : END 0 HR
OTHERS WORLD TIME : 30 : 00 BEEP COMMANDER DISPLAY 0 HR REC LAMP INDICATOR RETURN [MENU] : END
OTHERS WORLD TIME : 30 : 00 BEEP COMMANDER DISPLAY 8 HRS REC LAMP INDICATOR RETURN [MENU] : END
OTHERS WORLD TIME BEEP COMMANDER DISPLAY REC LAMP INDICATOR RETURN [MENU] : END
Note on WORLD TIME If the time is not set, WORLD TIME does not work.
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Usable cassettes and playback modes
Selecting cassette types
This Hi8 system is an extension of the standard 8 mm system, and was developed to realize higher picture quality. You can use either Hi8 or standard 8 mm video cassette for this camera. When you use a Hi8 video cassette, the recording is made in the Hi8 system. When you use a standard 8 mm video cassette, the recording is made in the standard 8 mm system. Standard 8 mm video cassette is incapable of recording in the Hi8 system. If you intend to use a standard 8 mm video recorder/player to play back a video tape, you are required to use a standard 8 mm video cassette for recording.
Hi8 8 . Hi8 8-. Hi8 Hi8. 8- 8. 8- Hi8. / 8 , 8-.
What is video 8
XR is an abbreviation of Extended Resolution. The video Hi8 XR or video 8 XR camcorder is new type of 8mm camcorder with a picture quality superior to the conventional video Hi8 or video 8 camcorder respectively. You can record and play back pictures more clearly with the XR camcorder. A video tape recorded by the XR camcorder gives excellent picture quality at maximum when it is played back on the XR camcorder. When a video tape recorded by this XR camcorder is played back on a conventional 8/ Hi8 camcorder or when a video tape recorded on a conventional 8/Hi8 camcorder is played back on this XR camcorder, the playback picture has the normal quality of a 8/Hi8 camcorder.
XR Extended Resolution ( ). Hi8 XR 8 XR 8- , Hi8 8. XR . , XR, XR. , XR, 8/Hi8, , , 8/Hi8, XR, , 8/ Hi8.
Usable cassettes and playback modes When you play back
The playback mode (SP/LP) and system (Hi8/ standard 8 mm) are 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.
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). , , . 1.
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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 CLEANING CASSETTE message and 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 V8-25CLH/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]
Do not use a commercially available wet-type cleaning cassette. It may damage the video heads. Note If the Sony V8-25CLH/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 commercially available blower.
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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.
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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. Do not push the LCD screen. If the camcorder is used in a cold place, a residual image may appear on the LCD screen. This is not a malfunction. While using the camcorder, the back of the LCD screen may heat up. This is not a malfunction.
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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.
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When the camcorder is not to be used for a long time, remove the tape. Periodically turn on the power, operate the camera and player sections and play back a tape for about 3 minutes. If fingerprints or debris make the LCD screen dirty, we recommend using a LCD Cleaning Kit (not supplied) to clean the LCD screen. Clean the lens with a soft brush to remove dust. If there are fingerprints on it, remove them with a soft cloth. Clean the camcorder body with a dry soft cloth, or a soft cloth lightly moistened with a mild detergent solution. Do not use any type of solvent which may damage the finish. Do not let sand get into the camcorder. When you use the camcorder on a sandy beach or in a dusty place, protect it from the sand or dust. Sand or dust may cause the unit to malfunction, and sometimes this malfunction cannot be repaired.
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AC power adaptor
Unplug the unit from the mains when not in use for a long time. To disconnect the mains lead, pull it out by the plug. Never pull the mains lead itself. Do not operate the unit with a damaged cord or if the unit has been dropped or damaged. Do not bend the mains lead forcibly, or put a heavy object on it. This will damage the cord and may cause a fire or electrical shock. Be sure that nothing metallic comes into contact with the metal parts of the connecting plate. If this happens, a short may occur and the unit may be damaged. Always keep the metal contacts clean. Do not disassemble the unit.
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Do not apply mechanical shock or drop the unit. While the unit is in use, particularly during charging, keep it away from AM receivers and video equipment because it will disturb AM reception and video operation. The unit becomes warm while in use. This is normal. Do not place the unit in locations that are: Extremely hot or cold Dusty or dirty Very humid Vibrating
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Notes on dry batteries
To avoid possible damage from battery leakage or corrosion, observe the following. Be sure to insert the batteries in the correct direction. Dry 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. If any difficulty should arise, unplug the unit and contact your nearest Sony dealer.
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Using your camcorder abroad
Each country or area has its own electric and TV colour systems. Before using your camcorder abroad, check the following points.
You can use your camcorder in any country or area with the supplied AC power adaptor within 100 V to 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz.
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Difference in colour systems
This camcorder is a PAL system based camcorder. If you want to view the playback picture on a TV, it must be a PAL system based TV. Check the following list. PAL system Australia, Austria, Belgium, China, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Great Britain, Holland, Hong Kong, Italy, Kuwait, Malaysia, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Singapore, Slovak Republic, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, etc. PAL-M system Brazil PAL-N system Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay NTSC system Bahama Islands, Bolivia, Canada, Central America, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Jamaica, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Peru, Surinam, Taiwan, the Philippines, the U.S.A., Venezuela, etc. SECAM system Bulgaria, France, Guyana, Hungary, Iran, Iraq, Monaco, Poland, Russia, Ukraine, etc.
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If you run into any problem using the camcorder, use the following table to troubleshoot the problem. Should the difficulty persist, disconnect the power source and contact your Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service facility.
Symptom Cause and/or Corrective Actions The battery pack is not installed. m Install the battery pack. (p. 8) The battery is dead. m Use a charged battery pack. (p. 9) The AC power adaptor is not connected to the mains. m Connect the AC power adaptor to the mains. (p. 32) While being operated in CAMERA mode, the camcorder has The power goes off. been in Standby mode for more than 5 minutes. m Turn STANDBY down once and then up again. (p. 15) The battery is dead. m Use a charged battery pack. (p. 9) The battery pack is quickly The camcorder does not operate when using a battery pack that discharged. is not an InfoLITHIUM battery pack. m Use an InfoLITHIUM battery pack. (p. 84) The ambient temperature is too low. (p. 82) The battery pack has not been charged fully. m Charge the battery pack again. (p. 9) The battery pack is completely dead, and cannot be recharged. m Use another battery pack. (p. 83) While charging the battery pack, no The AC power adaptor is disconnected. indicator appears or the indicator m Connect it firmly. flashes in the display window. Something is wrong with the battery pack. m Contact your Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service facility. The camcorder turns on/off when The camcorder is working with the AC power adaptor. using the accessory which is attached m Use the battery pack.
The image on the viewfinder screen is not clear.
Cause and/or Corrective Actions The viewfinder lens is not adjusted. m Adjust the viewfinder lens. (p. 16)
A vertical band appears when a subject such as lights or a candle flame is shot against a dark background. A vertical band appears when shooting a very bright subject. The playback picture is not clear. The picture is noisy.
Cause and/or Corrective Actions The contrast between the subject and background is too high. The camcorder is not malfunctioning. m Change locations. The camcorder is not malfunctioning. EDIT is set to ON in the menu system. m Set it to OFF. (p. 39) The video heads may be dirty. m Clean the heads using the Sony V8-25CLH/V8-25CLD cleaning cassette (not supplied). (p. 87) The LCD panel is open. m Close the LCD panel. (p. 20) If 10 minutes elapse after you set the POWER switch to CAMERA without inserting a cassette, the camcorder automatically starts the demonstration or DEMO is set ON in the menu system. m Insert the cassette and the demonstration stops. You can deactivate the demonstration. (p. 38) Incorporated fluorescent tube is worn out. m Please contact your nearest Sony dealer. The self-diagnosis function is activated. m Check the code and solve the problem. (p. 99) NIGHTSHOT is set to ON. m Set it to OFF. (p. 44)
The picture does not appear in the viewfinder. An unknown picture is displayed in the viewfinder or on the LCD screen.
The picture does not appear on the LCD screen. The five digit code appears. Picture is recorded in incorrect/ unnatural colour. (CCD-TRV35E/ TRV65E/TRV69E only)
Symptom Cause and/or Corrective Actions COMMANDER is set to OFF in the menu system. m Set it to ON. (p. 36) 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. 111) The batteries are dead. m Insert new ones. (p. 111) DISPLAY is set to V-OUT/LCD in the menu system. The picture from a TV or VCR does not appear even when the camcorder m Set it to LCD. (p. 36)
1 ! ! 8
1 . 2 ZERO MEM (. 59, 67) 3 DATA CODE (. 30) 4 COUNTER RESET (. 17) 5 TIME CODE WRITE (. 73) 6 INDEX MARK (. 68) ERASE (. 72) 7 SEARCH DATE (. 65) INDEX (. 70) 8 START/STOP (. 15) 9 (. 18) 0 (. 26) ! DISPLAY (. 27)
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.
, , . . , . VTR2. (1, 2 3) Sony . Sony, VTR2, .
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.
R6 ( ) + . RMT-717 RMT-708
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.
6 . , . - . , .
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 (CCD-TRV35E/ TRV65E/TRV69E only). 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.
DEMO MODE . , . NIGHTSHOT ON, ( CCD-TRV35E/TRV65E/ TRV69E). (1) POWER PLAYER. (2) STANDBY STANDBY. (3) (, POWER CAMERA. (1) POWER PLAYER. (2) STANDBY STANDBY. (3) p , POWER CAMERA.
Identifying the parts Operation indicators
CCD-TRV15/TRV15E/TRV15EP/TRV15PK/TRV25/ TRV25PK/TRV35/TRV35E/TRV65/TRV65PK/ TRV85/TRV93/TRV215/TRV615/TRV815
Canadian Model E Model
CCD-TRV15/TRV25/TRV65/TRV93/ TRV215/TRV615 CCD-TRV15/TRV15EP/TRV15PK/TRV25PK/ TRV35/TRV35E/TRV65PK
AEP Model UK Model East European Model North European Model Russian Model
Hong Kong Model
Photo : CCD-TRV93 : RMT-708
Australian Model Chinese Model
Video camera recorder
System Video recording system CCD-TRV65/TRV65PK/TRV85/TRV93/ TRV615/TRV815 : 4 rotary heads (SP/ LP independent heads) CCD-TRV15/TRV15PK/TRV15E/ TRV15EP/TRV25/TRV25PK/TRV35/ TRV35E/TRV215 : 2 Rotary heads Helical scanning FM system Audio recording system Rotary heads, FM system Video signal CCD-TRV15/TRV15PK/TRV25/ TRV25PK/TRV35/TRV65/TRV65PK/ TRV85/TRV93/TRV215/TRV615/ TRV815 : NTSC color, EIA standards CCD-TRV15E/TRV15EP/TRV35E : PAL color CCIR standards Usable cassette 8mm video format cassette CCD-TRV15/TRV15PK/TRV15E/ TRV15EP/TRV25/TRV25PK/TRV35/ TRV35E/TRV215 : standard 8 CCD-TRV65/TRV65PK/TRV85/TRV93/ TRV615/TRV815 : Hi8 or standard 8 Recording / Playback time CCD-TRV15/TRV15PK/TRV25/ TRV25PK/TRV35/TRV65/TRV65PK/ TRV85/TRV93/TRV215/TRV615/ TRV815 : (using 120 min. cassette) SP mode: 2 hours LP mode: 4 hours CCD-TRV15E/TRV15EP/TRV35E : (using 90 min. cassette) SP mode: 1 hours and 30 minutes LP mode: 3 hours Fastforward/rewind time CCD-TRV15/TRV15PK/TRV25/ TRV25PK/TRV35/TRV65/TRV65PK/ TRV85/TRV93/TRV215/TRV615/ TRV815 : (using 120 min. cassette) Approx. 5 min. CCD-TRV15E/TRV15EP/TRV35E : (using 90 min. cassette) Approx. 5 min. Image device CCD (Charge Coupled Device) Viewfinder Electronic viewfinder CCD-TRV15/TRV15PK/TRV15E/ TRV15EP/TRV25/TRV25PK/TRV35/ TRV35E/TRV65/TRV65PK/TRV85/ TRV215/TRV615/TRV815 : Monochrome CCD-TRV93 : Color 113,578 (521 x 218)
For MECHANISM ADJUSTMENTS, refer to the 8mm Video MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENT MANUAL VII (9-973-801-11).
Focal distance CCD-TRV15/TRV15PK/TRV15E/ TRV15EP/TRV25/TRV25PK/TRV215 : 3/16 - 2 5/8 in. (4.1 - 65.6 mm) CCD-TRV35/TRV35E/TRV65/ TRV65PK/TRV85/TRV93/TRV615/ TRV815 : 3/16 - 8 in. (4.1 - 73.8 mm) When converted to a 35 mm still camera CCD-TRV15/TRV15PK/TRV15E/ TRV15EP : 1 9/16 - 24 7/8 in. (39.4 - 630 mm) CCD-TRV25/TRV25PK/TRV215 : 1 7/8 - 29 3/4 in. (47.2 - 755 mm) CCD-TRV35/TRV35E/TRV65/ TRV65PK/TRV85/TRV93/TRV615/ TRV815 : 1 7/8 - 33 1/2 in. (47.2 - 850 mm)
Lens Combined power zoom lens Filter diameter 17/16 in. (37 mm) CCD-TRV15 (US,CND)/TRV15E (AEP,UK)/TRV25 (AEP,UK)/TRV215 : 16 x (Optical), 64 x (Digital) CCD-TRV15 (E,HK,BR)/TRV15PK/ TRV15E (NE,EE,RU)/TRV15EP/ TRV25PK : 16 x (Optical), 200 x (Digital) TRV35E (AEP,UK)/TRV65/TRV85/ TRV93/TRV615/TRV815 : 18 x (Optical), 72 x (Digital) CCD-TRV35/TRV35E (EE,NE,RU,E,AUS,HK,CN,JE)/ TRV65PK : 18 x (Optical), 220 x (Digital)
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hVIDEO CAMERA RECORDER
HVIDEO CAMERA RECORDER
Personal A&V Products Company
98A0990-1 Printed in Japan 1998. 1 Published by Quality Engineering Dept. (Osaki East)
CD-197/198 (CCD IMAGER) (2.5 INCH LCD, 3 INCH/3.5 INCH LCD MODEL) PRINTED 4-2. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS
THIS NOTE IS COMMON FOR PRINTED WIRING BOARDS AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS. (In addition to this, the necessary note is printed in each block.) For printed wiring boards.
b : Pattern from the side which enable seeing. (The other layer's patterns are not indicated.) Circled numbers refer to waveforms. Through hole is omitted. There are few cases that the part printed on diagram isnt mounted in this model. Chip parts. Transistor
C Q B E
WIRING BOARD Ref No. CD-197 BOARD: 4,000 series, CD-198 BOARD: 9,000 series
CD-197/198 BOARD (SIDE B)
CD-197/198 BOARD (SIDE A)
Measuring conditions voltage value and waveform.
The object is color bar chart of pattern box. Voltages and dc between ground and measurement points. Readings are taken with a digital multimeter (DC 10M). Voltages variations may be noted due to normal production tolerances. 1.Connection
6 Q Q 1 Q 3
For schematic diagrams.
All capacitors are in F unless otherwise noted. pF: F. 50 V or less are not indicated except for electrolytics and tantalums. Chip resistor are 1/16W unless otherwise noted. k : 1000, M : 1000k. Caution when replacing chip parts. New parts must be attached after removal of chip. Be careful not to heat the minus side of tantalum capacitor, because it is damaged by the heat. Some chip part will be indicated as follows. Example C541 L452 22U 10UH TA A 2520
1-668-9451-668-936Lens reference plane surface lmaging surface of CCD imager (IC401 on CD-197/198 board)
2.Adjust the distance so that the output waveform of Fig. a and the Fig. b can be obtain. Yellow Cyan Green White Magenta Red Blue H
CD-197/ CD-198 BOARD C401 C403 C405 C406 C407 CN401 IC401 L401 Q402 R401 R404 R405 A-3 B-3 A-3 A-3 B-3 B-4 A-1 B-1 B-3 A-3 B-3 A-3
For Printed Wiring Boards. There are few cases that the part isn't mounted in this model is printed on this diagram. Chip transistor
Kinds of capacitor
External dimensions (mm)
Yellow Cyan Green White Magenta Red
Constants of resistors, capasitors, ICs and etc with XX indicate tha they are not used. In such cases, the unused circuits may be indicated. Parts with differ according to the model/destination. Refer to the mount table for each function. All variable and adjustable resistors have characteristic curve B, unless otherwise noted. Signal name XEDIT n EDIT PB/XREC n PB/REC 2 : non flammable resistor. 1 : fusible resistor. H : panel designation. A : B+ Line B : B Line J : IN/OUT direction of (+, ) B LINE. C : adjustment for repair. Circled numbers refer to waveforms.
Fig. a (Video output terminal output waveform) Electron beam scanned frame VF-119 (COLOR EVF) CD-197 (2.5 INCH LCD MODEL) CD-198 (3 INCH/3.5 INCH LCD MODEL) (CCD IMAGER) CF-50 (2.5 INCH LCD MODEL) CF-51 (3 INCH/3.5 INCH LCD MODEL) (CONTROL) CRT picture frame MA-311/331 (2.5 INCH LCD MODEL) MA-312 (3 INCH/3.5 INCH LCD MODEL) (STEREO MIC, LASER LINK) DD-105 (POWER) PJ-83 (2.5 INCH LCD MODEL) PJ-84 (3 INCH/3.5 INCH LCD MODEL) (AV IN/OUT)
CD-197/198 BOARD CAMERA REC 1
The components identified by mark !or dotted line with mark ! are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified. When indicating parts by reference number, please include the board name.
Les composants identifis par une marque ! sont critiques pour la scurit. Ne les remplacer que par une pice portant le numro spcifi.
Note on the CCD imager replacement The CCD imager is not mounted for the already mounted CD-197/198 board supplied as the repair parts. When replacing the CD-197/198 board, remove the CCD imager from the old board and install on the new board. Perform all adjustments of the camera block when the CCD imager has been replaced. Handle the CCD imager with attention such as MOS IC as it may be broken by static electricity in the structure. Also, prevent the receiving light section from dust attached and strong light.
Fig. b (Picture on monitor TV)
Refer to page 3 as for Table for difference of functions of models and classification.
CD-197/198 (2.5INCH, 3 INCH/3.5 INCH LCD MODEL
VC-195 BOARD (1/10) 1
2.3Vp-p NTSC : 28.636 MHz PAL : 28.375 MHz
2.3Vp-p NTSC : 14.32 MHz PAL : 14.18 MHz
11 , 12
For schematic diagrams. Refer to page 411 for Printed Wiring Board.
VC-195 BOARD (3/10) 10
0.34Vp-p H 3.58 MHz
2.6Vp-p 0.5Vp-p 32 kHz
For schematic diagrams. Refer to page 411 for Printed Wiring Board. Refer to page 448 for Waveforms.
SE-66/67 (STEADY SHOT) (2.5 INCH LCD, 3 INCH/3.5 INCH LCD MODEL) PRINTED WIRING BOARD
Ref No. SE-66 BOARD: 4,000 series, SE-67 BOARD: 9,000 series
SE-66 SE-67 BOARD C451 C452 C453 C454 C455 C456 C457 C458 C459 C460 C461 C462 C463 C464 C465 C466 C467 C468 C469 C470 C471 CN451 D451 D452 IC451 J451 L451 L452 L453 L454 C-6 D-3 B-6 E-6 C-3 C-3 C-2 C-3 C-6 E-6 C-6 C-6 C-3 C-6 C-3 C-6 A-2 A-6 A-2 A-6 B-3 A-3 A-6 A-6 C-6 A-8 B-3 B-2 A-3 A-2 C-6 D-3 D-3 C-6 D-6 C-3 C-3 C-6 C-6 C-3 C-6 B-3 B-3 B-3 D-3
SE-67 BOARD (SIDE B) SE-66 BOARD (SIDE B)
SE-67 BOARD (SIDE A) SE-66 BOARD (SIDE A)
R451 R452 R453 R454 R455 R456 R457 R458 R459 R460 R461 R462 R463 SE451 SE452
LB-54 (BACK LIGHT)
VF-120 VL-19 (COLOR EVF) (VIDEO LIGHT)
For Printed Wiring Boards.
VC-195 CAMERA, Y/C PROCESSOR, IN/OUT, REC/PB HEAD AMP, SERVO/SYSTEM CONTROL, SERVO, AUDIO, IR TRANSMITTER, MODE CONTROL PD-92 (2.5 INCH LCD MODEL) PD-93 (3 INCH/3.5 INCH LCD MODEL) (RGB DECODER, LCD DRIVE, BACK LIGHT, LCD) SE-66 (2.5 INCH LCD MODEL) SE-67 (3 INCH/3.5 INCH LCD MODEL) (STEADY SHOT)
There are few cases that the part isn't mounted in this model is printed on this diagram. Chip diode
SE-66/67 (2.5 INCH LCD, 3 INCH/3.5 INCH LCD MODEL
PJ-83/84 (AV IN/OUT) (2.5 INCH LCD, 3 INCH/3.5 INCH LCD MODEL) PRINTED WIRING BOARD
Ref No. PJ-83 BOARD: 4,000 series, PJ-84 BOARD: 9,000 series
PJ-84 BOARD (SIDE B) PJ-83 BOARD (SIDE B)
PJ-83 PJ-84 BOARD C101 C102 C103 C104 C105 C106 C107 C108 C109 C110 C111 CN101 C-4 C-4 C-3 C-3 C-1 C-2 C-1 C-1 C-5 C-5 C-1 C-2 C-1 C-3 C-4 C-5 C-5 C-5 A-3 C-3 C-3 C-2 C-2 C-5 C-4 C-4 C-4 C-4 C-4 C-4 C-5 C-5 C-5 C-3
D101 D102 D103 D105 D106 D107 J101 L101 L102 L103 L104 Q101 Q102 R101 R102 R103 R104 R105 R106 R107 R108 R109
PJ-84 BOARD (SIDE A) PJ-83 BOARD (SIDE A)
For Printed Wiring Boards. There are few cases that the part isn't mounted in this model is printed on this diagram. Chip diode
VF-119 (COLOR EVF)
CD-197 (2.5 INCH LCD MODEL) CD-198 (3 INCH/3.5 INCH LCD MODEL) (CCD IMAGER) CF-50 (2.5 INCH LCD MODEL) CF-51 (3 INCH/3.5 INCH LCD MODEL) (CONTROL) MA-311/331 (2.5 INCH LCD MODEL) MA-312 (3 INCH/3.5 INCH LCD MODEL) (STEREO MIC, LASER LINK)
DD-105 (POWER) PJ-83 (2.5 INCH LCD MODEL) PJ-84 (3 INCH/3.5 INCH LCD MODEL) (AV IN/OUT)
PJ-83/84 (2.5 INCH LCD, 3 INCH/3.5 INCH LCD MODEL
VL-19 (VIDEO LIGHT) PRINTED WIRING BOARD Ref No. VL-19 BOARD: 9,000 series
VL-19 BOARD C151 C152 C153 CN151 D151 D152 D153 L151 Q151 Q152 R151 R152 R153 R154 A-4 A-1 A-1 A-1 A-2 A-4 A-4 A-4 A-4 A-1 A-1 A-1 A-1 A-1
VL-19 BOARD (SIDE B)
VL-19 BOARD (SIDE A)
VC-195 CAMERA, Y/C PROCESSOR, IN/OUT, REC/PB HEAD AMP, SERVO/SYSTEM CONTROL, SERVO, AUDIO, IR TRANSMITTER, MODE CONTROL
PD-92 (2.5 INCH LCD MODEL) PD-93 (3 INCH/3.5 INCH LCD MODEL) (RGB DECODER, LCD, LCD DRIVE, BACK LIGHT) SE-66 (2.5 INCH LCD MODEL) SE-67 (3 INCH/3.5 INCH LCD MODEL) (STEADY SHOT)
4-63 4-61 4-62
STEREO MIC, LASER LINK,
MA-311/331 (2.5 INCH LCD MODEL), MA312 (3 INCH/3.5 INCH LCD MODEL)
CF-50 (2.5 INCH LCD MODEL)
CF-51 (3 INCH/3.5 INCH LCD MODEL)
PD-92 (RGB DECODER, LCD DRIVE, BACK LIGHT, LCD (2.5 INCH LCD MODEL)) PRINTED WIRING BOARD
Ref No. PD-92 BOARD: 10,000 series
PD-92 BOARD C5501 C5502 C5503 C5504 C5505 C5506 C5507 C5508 C5509 C5510 C5511 C5512 C5513 C5514 C5515 C5516 C5517 C5518 C5519 C5520 C5601 C5602 C5603 C5604 C5605 C5607 C5608 C5609 C5610 C5611 C5612 C5613 C5614 C5615 C5616 C5618 C5619 C5620 C5622 C5623 C5624 C5625 C5633 C5634 C5701 C5702 C5703 C5704 C5705 C5706 C5801 C5821 CN5501 CN5601 CN5701 CN5801 CN5802 CN5803 CN5804 CN5805 D5601 D5602 D5603 D5605 B-10 B-10 C-2 C-10 C-10 B-2 C-3 B-2 C-3 C-1 C-2 C-1 C-1 C-2 C-2 C-2 C-1 C-3 B-2 C-3 A-2 A-2 B-10 C-9 C-9 B-9 C-9 B-10 C-9 B-8 C-10 B-8 C-10 C-10 C-9 D-9 D-2 D-10 C-10 C-2 B-3 B-2 B-9 B-9 C-8 C-8 C-3 C-7 C-6 C-4 C-4 C-1 D-9 D-10 D-6 C-8 C-7 C-8 C-10 C-6 B-10 B-9 B-10 B-9 D5604 D5701 D5702 D5703 D5704 IC5501 IC5502 IC5601 IC5602 IC5701 IC5801 L5501 L5502 L5503 L5601 L5603 L5604 L5605 L5701 Q5501 Q5601 Q5602 Q5603 Q5604 Q5605 Q5606 Q5607 Q5608 Q5609 Q5701 Q5702 R5501 R5502 R5504 R5505 R5506 R5507 R5508 R5508 R5509 R5510 R5511 R5512 R5513 R5516 R5517 R5518 R5519 R5520 R5521 R5522 R5523 R5526 R5527 R5528 R5529 R5530 R5531 R5532 R5533 R5537 R5541 C-10 C-5 C-5 D-5 C-7 B-10 C-2 C-9 C-8 C-4 C-4 C-3 A-2 A-2 A-2 C-9 A-2 C-9 C-7 C-2 B-9 B-9 B-10 C-10 C-8 C-9 C-9 C-8 B-9 C-3 C-4 B-2 B-2 B-2 B-2 B-2 B-2 B-1 B-2 B-1 B-3 B-3 B-1 B-2 B-2 B-1 B-1 C-3 C-3 B-2 B-2 C-3 C-1 B-1 C-3 C-1 B-1 C-2 C-3 B-1 D-8 D-2 R5542 R5544 R5546 R5546 R5602 R5603 R5604 R5605 R5606 R5607 R5609 R5610 R5612 R5614 R5615 R5616 R5617 R5618 R5619 R5620 R5621 R5622 R5623 R5624 R5625 R5626 R5627 R5628 R5629 R5630 R5631 R5632 R5634 R5635 R5636 R5637 R5638 R5639 R5640 R5641 R5642 R5644 R5645 R5646 R5647 R5648 R5648 R5651 R5652 R5653 R5654 R5657 R5658 R5659 R5660 R5661 R5663 R5664 R5665 R5665 R5667 R5668 R5669 R5670 R5671 R5672 D-3 C-2 C-2 D-2 C-2 D-8 D-3 C-1 C-10 A-2 C-9 B-10 C-9 C-9 C-9 B-10 B-9 C-9 B-9 B-9 C-9 B-8 B-8 B-9 C-10 C-9 C-10 C-10 B-9 B-9 C-9 B-9 B-9 C-10 B-10 C-10 C-10 C-1 C-8 C-3 C-10 C-9 C-10 C-10 D-2 C-3 D-10 D-2 D-2 D-9 D-9 C-9 D-9 D-10 D-10 D-10 C-9 D-10 D-1 D-10 D-1 D-1 D-1 D-1 D-9 D-9 R5673 R5674 R5676 R5678 R5679 R5680 R5681 R5682 R5683 R5684 R5685 R5686 R5688 R5692 R5694 R5695 R5695 R5697 R5698 R5698 R5701 R5702 R5703 R5704 R5705 R5706 R5707 R5708 R5709 R5710 R5801 R5802 R5803 R5804 R5805 R5806 R5807 R5808 R5809 R5810 R5811 R5812 S5801 S5802 S5803 S5804 T5701 D-1 D-2 D-1 D-9 D-2 D-2 D-2 D-1 D-2 D-2 D-3 D-3 C-9 C-9 B-9 B-9 D-10 C-10 B-9 D-9 C-5 C-5 C-4 C-4 C-4 C-4 C-7 D-4 D-7 D-4 C-1 C-1 A-1 A-1 C-6 A-1 B-7 B-9 C-7 B-9 C-4 C-4 D-1 C-1 B-1 A-1 C-4
PD-92 BOARD (SIDE B)
PD-92 BOARD (SIDE A)
For Printed Wiring Boards. This board is four-layer print board. However, the patterns of layers 2 to 3 have not been included in the diagram. There are few cases that the part isn't mounted in this model is printed on this diagram. Chip transistor
PD-92 (2.5 INCH LCD MODEL) PD-93 (3 INCH/3.5 INCH LCD MODEL) (RGB DECODER, LCD DRIVE, BACK LIGHT, LCD) SE-66 (2.5 INCH LCD MODEL) SE-67 (3 INCH/3.5 INCH LCD MODEL) (STEADY SHOT)
CONTROL SWITCH BLOCK, RGB DECODER, LCD DRIVE, BACK LIGHT, LCD
FK-8500, SS-8500 PD-92 (2.5 INCH LCD MODEL)
PD-92 BOARD (1/4) CAMERA REC 1
(C-61K MODEL : 3Vp-p) (S-61K MODEL : 4.7Vp-p)
(C-61K MODEL : 3.6Vp-p) (S-61K MODEL : 4.2Vp-p)
PD-92 (1/4) (2.5 INCH LCD MODEL)
For schematic diagrams. Refer to page 479 for Printed Wiring Board.
PD-92 BOARD (2/4) CAMERA REC 9
(C-61K : 3Vp-p) (S-61K : 4.7Vp-p)
(C-61K : 3Vp-p)
(S-61K : 4.7Vp-p)
(C-61K : 3.4Vp-p)
(C-61K : 3.2Vp-p) (S-61K : 4.1Vp-p)
PD-92 (2/4) (2.5 INCH LCD MODEL)
For schematic diagrams. Refer to page 479 for Printed Wiring Board. For schematic diagrams. Refer to page 479 for Printed Wiring Board.
PD-92 BOARD (4/4) CAMERA REC 15
2.9Vp-p 24.17 kHz
BACK LIGHT, LCD
PD-92 (3/4, 4/4) (2.5 INCH LCD MODEL)
PD-93 BOARD (1/4) CAMERA REC 1
(3.5 INCH LCD : 3Vp-p) (3 INCH LCD : 4.7Vp-p)
(3.5 INCH LCD : 3.3Vp-p) (3 INCH LCD : 2.2Vp-p)
(3.5 INCH LCD : 3.3Vp-p) (3 INCH LCD : 2.3Vp-p)
PD-93 (1/4) (3 INCH/3.5 INCH LCD MODEL)
For schematic diagrams. Refer to page 490 for Printed Wiring Board.
PD-93 BOARD (2/4) CAMERA REC 9
(3 INCH LCD : 4.7Vp-p)
(3.5 INCH LCD : 3Vp-p)
(3.5 INCH LCD Approx.9.5MHz / 3.3Vp-p) (3 INCH LCD Approx.7.5MHz / 4.7Vp-p)
PD-93 (2/4) (3 INCH/3.5 INCH LCD MODEL)
For schematic diagrams. Refer to page 490 for Printed Wiring Board. For schematic diagrams. Refer to page 490 for Printed Wiring Board.
PD-93 BOARD (4/4) CAMERA REC 15
2.9Vp-p 24.48 kHz
PD-93 (3/4, 4/4) (3 INCH/3.5 INCH LCD MODEL)
VF-119 BOARD CAMERA REC 1
3Vp-p 7.852 kHz
3.4Vp-p 1.84 MHz
VF-119 (COLOR EVF MODEL)
VF-120 BOARD CAMERA REC 1
COLOR EVF, BACK LIGHT
VF-120, LB-54 (COLOR EVF MODEL)
VF-99 BOARD CAMERA REC 1
VF-99 (B/W EVF MODEL)
DD-105 BOARD CAMERA REC 1
0.76Vp-p 507 kHz
0.76Vp-p 506 kHz
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