Sony DCR-DVD510E Manual
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Discs you can use with your camcorder are 8cm DVD-RW, DVD+RW, DVD-R and DVD+R DL discs. See page 4 for the types of Memory Stick you can use in your camcorder. Still images are recorded only on a Memory Stick PRO Duo.
Recording format for DVD-RW
When you use a DVD-RW, you can choose the recording format from VIDEO mode or VR mode. In this manual, VIDEO mode is indicated as and VR mode as.
A recording format that is compatible with most DVD devices, especially after finalizing. In VIDEO mode, only the most recent movie can be deleted. A recording format that enables editing with your camcorder (deleting and rearranging the order of images). A finalized disc can be played back in DVD devices that support VR mode. Refer to the instruction manual of your DVD device to see whether it supports the VR mode of DVD-RW.
VIDEO mode and VR mode Glossary (p. 128)
Figures in parentheses ( ) indicate reference pages.
DVD-RW Disc types and symbols DVD+RW DVD-R DVD+R DL
Symbols used in this manual Both 16:9 (wide) and 4:3 movie can be recorded on the same disc (26) Deleting the most recent movie (47) Deleting or editing movie on your camcorder (46) Using a disc repeatedly by formatting, even if the disc becomes full* (65) Finalizing required to play on other devices (61) Making longer recordings on a side of a disc
z z z z
z z z z z
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* Formatting deletes all images and returns the recording media to its original empty state (p. 65). Even when using a new disc, format it with your camcorder (p. 26). ** Finalizing is required to play the disc in a DVD drive on a computer. A DVD+RW that is not finalized may cause the computer to malfunction.
Recording time of movies
Figures in the table are the approximate recording time in minutes on one side of a disc. The recordable time on the acceptable media varies depending on media type and the [REC MODE] (p. 73) setting. Figures in ( ) are the minimum recording time. Media type
9M (HQ) (high quality) 6M (SP) (standard quality) 3M (LP) (long play) z Tips
20 (18) 30 (18) 60 (44)
35 (32) 55 (32) 110 (80)
Figures such as 9M and 6M in the table show the average bit rate. M stands for Mbps. You can check the recordable time with [MEDIA INFO] (p. 65). When you use a double-sided disc, you can record images on both sides (p. 112). See page 29 for the recordable time on a Memory Stick PRO Duo.
AC Adaptor (1) (p. 19) Rechargeable battery pack NP-FH60 (1) (p. 19)
CD-ROM Handycam Application Software (1) (p. 91) Power cord (mains lead) (1) (p. 19)
Picture Motion Browser (Software) PMB Guide
Operating Guide (This manual) (1)
A/V connecting cable (1) (p. 44, 56)
USB cable (1) (p. 58)
Wireless Remote Commander (1) (p. 125)
A button-type lithium battery is already installed.
Step 2: Charging the battery pack
DC IN jack
CHG (charge) lamp Jack cover DC plug AC Adaptor Power cord (mains lead) To the wall outlet (wall socket)
You can charge the InfoLITHIUM battery pack (H series) (p. 114) after attaching it to your camcorder.
Your camcorder operates only with InfoLITHIUM battery pack (H series).
Open the jack cover, and connect the DC plug of the AC Adaptor. Match the v mark on the DC plug with the v mark on your camcorder.
4 Connect the power cord (mains
lead) to the AC Adaptor and the wall outlet (wall socket). The CHG (charge) lamp lights up and charging starts.
1 Turn the POWER switch in the
direction of the arrow to OFF (CHG) (the default setting).
2 Align the terminals of the battery
pack and your camcorder (1), then attach the battery pack in the direction of the arrow until it clicks (2).
5 The CHG (charge) lamp turns off
when the battery is fully charged. Disconnect the AC Adaptor from the DC IN jack.
3 Connect the AC Adaptor to the
DC IN jack of your camcorder.
Step 2: Charging the battery pack (Continued)
Disconnect the AC Adaptor from the DC IN jack holding both the camcorder and the DC plug.
To check the remaining battery (Battery Info)
Set the POWER switch to OFF (CHG), then press DISP/BATT INFO.
To remove the battery pack
1 Turn the POWER switch to OFF (CHG). 2 Press and hold the BATT (battery) release button and remove the battery pack in the direction of the arrow.
BATT (battery) release button
After a while, the approximate recordable time and battery information appear for about 7 seconds. You can view the battery information for up to 20 seconds by pressing DISP/BATT INFO again while the information is displayed.
Recording sound with more presence (5.1ch surround recording)
Sound picked up by the built-in microphone is converted to 5.1ch surround sound and recorded. Enjoy realistic sound when playing the movies on devices that support 5.1ch surround sound.
Wider range of view: (Wide angle)
Close view: (Telephoto)
Dolby Digital 5.1 Creator, 5.1ch surround sound Glossary (p. 128)
Move the power zoom lever slightly for a slower zoom. Move it further for a faster zoom.
Be sure to keep your finger on the power zoom lever. If you move your finger off the power zoom lever, the operation sound of the lever may also be recorded. You cannot change the zoom speed with the zoom buttons on the LCD frame. The minimum possible distance between camcorder and subject while maintaining sharp focus is about 1 cm (about 13/32 in.) for wide angle and about 80 cm (about 2 5/8 feet) for telephoto.
5.1ch sound is converted to 2ch when played back on your camcorder.
You can select the recording sound, [5.1ch SURROUND] or [2ch STEREO] ([AUDIO MODE], p. 73).
Starting to record quickly (QUICK ON)
When (Movie) lamp is lit, the size of still images becomes [ 3.0M] (16:9 wide) or [2.2M] (4:3). You can record still images during recording standby in the same way as when the (Still) lamp is lit. You can also record with the flash.
Recording in dark places (NightShot)
If you press QUICK ON instead of turning off the POWER switch, the power consumption will be reduced (sleep mode). In sleep mode, the QUICK ON button flashes. If you press QUICK ON again when you want to start next recording, your camcorder will be ready for recording after about 1 second.
While the camcorder is in sleep mode, the power consumption will be about half that used during recording. You can save the battery power. If you do not operate your camcorder and leave it in sleep mode for a while, your camcorder automatically turns off. With [QUICK ON STBY], you can set the time after which the camcorder turns off in sleep mode (p. 83).
To record in dark places, set the NIGHTSHOT switch to ON to display
The NightShot and Super NightShot functions use infrared light. Therefore, do not cover the infrared port with your fingers or other objects. Remove the conversion lens (optional). Adjust the focus manually ([FOCUS], p. 86) when it is hard to focus automatically. Do not use the NightShot and Super NightShot functions in bright places. This may cause a malfunction.
Recording high quality still images during movie recording (Dual Rec)
You can record high quality still images by pressing PHOTO while recording a movie. Still images are recorded on a Memory Stick PRO Duo.
(VIEW IMAGES) C
(VIEW IMAGES) B
1 Turn the POWER switch A to turn on your camcorder. 2 Press
(VIEW IMAGES) B (or C). The VISUAL INDEX screen appears on the screen. (It may take some time to display the thumbnails.)
Film Roll Index (p. 41) Face Index (p. 41) Disc type* Previous 6 images Next 6 images Returns to the recording screen. Displays movies. Displays still images. Appears with the image on each of the tab that was lastly played back/recorded (B for the still image). (OPTION)
The number of the images on the VISUAL INDEX screen can be changed 6 y 12 by moving the power (HOME) D (or E) t (SETTINGS) t [VIEW zoom lever F. To fix this number, touch IMAGES SET] t [ DISPLAY] (p. 79).
Touch the tab and the movie to be played back.
When playback from the selected movie reaches the last movie, the screen returns to the VISUAL INDEX screen.
Returns to the VISUAL INDEX screen. Beginning of the movie/ previous movie Stop (goes to the VISUAL INDEX screen.) Toggles Play or Pause as you touch. Next movie (OPTION) Reverse/ Forward
Touch / during pause to play back movie slowly. When playing the movies on a disc, one touch of / makes the movie reverse/fast forward about 5 times faster than normal, 2 touches about 10 times faster (about 8 times faster for a DVD+RW). When playing movies from a Memory Stick PRO Duo, one touch of / makes the movie reverse/fast forward about 5 times faster than normal, 2 touches about 10 times, 3 touches about 30 times, and 4 touches about 60 times faster.
Touch the tab and the still image to be played back.
Returns to the VISUAL INDEX screen. Slide show (p. 43)
Goes to the VISUAL INDEX screen.
To adjust the sound volume of movies
While playing back movies, touch volume with /. (OPTION) t tab t [VOLUME], then adjust the
You can switch screen to the VISUAL INDEX screen by touching (HOME) D (or E) t (VIEW IMAGES) t [VISUAL INDEX].
Do not remove the battery pack or the AC Adaptor from your camcorder while deleting movies. Do not remove the Memory Stick PRO Duo while deleting movies from the Memory Stick PRO Duo. If the deleted movie is included in a Playlist (p. 52), the movie is deleted also from the Playlist. You cannot delete movies from the Memory Stick PRO Duo if the movies are protected by another device. Even if you delete unnecessary movies from the disc, the remaining disc capacity may not increase as much as you can make additional recording.
To delete all the movies recorded on the same day at one time
DELETE by date].
2 Touch / to select the recording date of the desired movies, then touch. The movies recorded on the selected date are displayed on the screen. Touch the movie on the screen to confirm. Touch screen. 3 Touch to return to the previous t [YES].
To delete all images recorded on the media and recover all the recordable space of the media, format the media (p. 65). You can delete a movie when viewing it by touching (OPTION).
4 When [Completed.] appears, touch
Deleting images (Continued)
Deleting still images
To delete all still images at one time
You cannot delete still images recorded on the Memory Stick PRO Duo if the still images are protected by another device.
4 Touch the still image to be
To delete all images recorded on the Memory Stick PRO Duo, and recover all the recordable space of the media, format the media (p. 65). You can delete a still image when viewing it by touching (OPTION).
The selected still image is marked with. Press and hold the still image on the screen to confirm. Touch screen. to return to the previous
Capturing a still image from a movie (DCRDVD910E)
You can capture a still image at any point during movie playback. Select the media which contains the movies beforehand (p. 25). Insert a Memory Stick PRO Duo beforehand.
Movies in Still images in Adjusts the capturing point with more precision after the capturing point has been selected with.
Using the AC Adaptor as the power source is recommended to prevent the power from being turned off during operation.
Returns to the beginning of the selected movie.
appears while the still image is captured and stored. To capture another still image, touch and repeat from step 2. To finish the operation, touch. t
6 Touch [EXEC] t [YES]. 7 When [Printing is finished.]
appears, touch. The still image selection screen appears again.
PictBridge is an industry standard established by the Camera & Imaging Products Association (CIPA). You can print still images without using a computer by connecting a printer directly to a digital video camera or digital still camera, regardless of model or manufacturer. You can print a still image when viewing it by touching (OPTION).
This category enables you to use the media for various purposes.
MOVIE MEDIA SET
You can select the media for movies (p. 25).
You can enable discs to be played on other devices by finalizing them (p. 61).
You can display the media information, such as recordable time (p. 65).
You can format the media and recover the recordable free space (p. 65).
You can unfinalize a disc and record more images on the disc (p. 67).
DISC SELECT GUIDE
Your camcorder advises you of the right disc for your purpose (p. 69).
REPAIR IMG.DB F.
You can repair the image database file of a Memory Stick PRO Duo (p. 69).
Making the disc compatible with playback on other devices (Finalizing)
Finalizing makes the recorded disc compatible for playback with other devices and DVD drives of computers. Before finalizing, you can select the style of the DVD menu which displays the movie list (p. 63).
Finalizing is required depending on the type of disc.
DVD-RW/DVD-R/DVD+R DL: Finalizing is required. DVD+RW: Finalizing is not required, except in the following cases:
1 To create a DVD menu 2 To play back on a computer DVD drive 3 If the disc has a short total recording time (less than 5 min. in HQ mode, 8 min. in SP mode, or 15 min. in LP mode) b Notes
Playback compatibility with all devices is not guaranteed. No DVD menu is created for DVD-RW (VR mode).
To play back a disc in other devices for the first time (p.63)
Playback on other devices Finalize
Make desired settings for the DVD menu. In case 1, 2 or 3
Making the disc compatible with playback on other devices (Finalizing) (Continued)
To add movies to a finalized disc (p.67)
Movies cannot be added.
Make a new recording
Unfinalize the disc. Movies can be added as usual.
When the DVD menu has been created, a confirmation screen prompts you to confirm that you wish to add movies.
During Easy Handycam operation (p. 30), even when you are using a DVD-RW or DVD+RW, you cannot record additional movies onto the disc after finalizing the disc. Cancel Easy Handycam operation.
Always displays the remaining media capacity indicator.
ON ( )
Always flashes regardless of the surrounding brightness.
Records without flash.
Displays the remaining recording time of movie for about 8 seconds in the following situations. When your camcorder recognizes the remaining media capacity when the POWER switch is set to (Movie). When you press DISP/BATT INFO to switch the indicator from off to on when the POWER switch is set to (Movie). When you select the movie recording mode on the HOME MENU. b Notes
When the remaining recordable time for movies is less than 5 minutes, the indicator stays on the screen.
The recommended distance to the subject when using the built-in flash is approximately 0.3 to 2.5 m (1 to 8 feet). Remove any dust from the surface of the flash lamp before using it. Flash effect may be impaired if heat discoloration or dust obscures the lamp. /CHG lamp (p. 122) flickers while charging the flash, and remains lit when charging is complete. If you use the flash when shooting a backlit subject or in bright places, the flash may not be effective.
You can set this function when you record still images using the built-in flash, or an external flash (optional) that is compatible with your camcorder. HIGH( )
Makes the flash level higher.
You can display the recording date and time when playing back a disc on a device with a subtitle display function. The default setting is [ON]. Also refer to the instruction manual of the playback device.
You cannot set [SUB-T DATE] for a Memory Stick PRO Duo.
B NORMAL( ) LOW( )
Makes the flash level lower.
You can set this function when you record still images using the built-in flash, or an external flash (optional) that is compatible with your camcorder. B AUTO
Automatically flashes when there is insufficient ambient light.
REDEYE REDUC (Redeye reduction)
You can set this function when you record still images using the built-in flash, or an external flash (optional) that is compatible with your camcorder. If you set [FLASH MODE] (p. 75) to [AUTO] or [ON] when [REDEYE REDUC] is set to [ON], appears on the screen. You can prevent redeye by activating the pre-flash before recording.
The redeye reduction may not produce the desired effect due to individual differences and other conditions.
You can set this function when you use an external conversion lens (optional) that is compatible with your camcorder. You can record with the SteadyShot function adjusted optimally for the conversion lens attached. You can select from [WIDE CONVERSION] ( ) and [TELE CONVERSION] ( ). The default setting is [OFF].
The camcorder adjusts the focus/color/ exposure of face images automatically. B ON ( )
Detects face images in frames, then adjusts their image quality automatically.
ON [NO FRAMES] (
Detects face images without frames, then adjusts their image quality automatically.
Does not detect face images. b Notes
You may not be able to detect face images depending on the recording condition.
The camcorder detects faces automatically during movie recording. The default setting is [ON]. Face icons and their meanings : This icon appears when the setting is [ON]. : This icon flashes when your camcorder detects a face. The icon stops flashing when the face is recorded in Face Index. : This icon appears when faces cannot be recorded in Face Index. To play back scenes using Face Index, see p. 41.
The number of faces detected in a movie is limited.
Number of still images recordable on a Memory Stick PRO Duo (approx.) When the (Still) lamp is lit:
4.0M 2304 1728
512MB 1GB 2GB 4GB 8GB
(Movie) lamp is lit:
B 4.0M (
The image size is fixed depending on the aspect ratio of the movie recorded.
[ 3.0M] in the aspect ratio 16:9 [2.2M] in the aspect ratio 4:3
Records still images clearly in the 4:3 ratio.
Numbers in the table are of when using a Memory Stick PRO Duo made by Sony Corporation. The recordable number of still images varies depending on the recording conditions or the type of Memory Stick. The unique pixel array of Sonys ClearVid CMOS Sensor and image processing system BIONZ allow the still image resolution equivalent to the sizes described.
Records still images clearly in the 16:9 (wide) ratio.
Allows you to record more still images in relatively clear quality in the 4:3 ratio.
VGA (0.3M) (
Allows the maximum number of still images to be recorded in the 4:3 ratio. b Notes
Horizontal stripes appear on the images.
This occurs when recording images under a fluorescent lamp, sodium lamp, or mercury lamp. This is not a malfunction.
The auto focus does not function.
Set [FOCUS] to [AUTO] (p. 86). The recording conditions are not suitable for auto focus. Adjust the focus manually (p. 86).
[SUPER NIGHTSHOT] cannot be operated.
Set the NIGHTSHOT switch to ON (p. 36).
[COLOR SLOW SHTR] does not operate correctly.
[COLOR SLOW SHTR] may not operate correctly in total darkness. Use NightShot or [SUPER NIGHTSHOT].
data on a computer. (The file name flashes when viewing the still image.) This is not a malfunction (p. 114). Images recorded on other devices may neither be played back, nor displayed in actual size. This is not a malfunction (p. 114).
is indicated on an image in the VISUAL INDEX screen.
Loading of the data may have failed. It may be indicated correctly when you turn off the power and then turn it on again, or repeat removing and inserting the Memory Stick PRO Duo a couple of times. You removed the battery pack or the AC Adaptor while the access lamp is flashing. This operation may damage the image data, which will be marked with. This may appear on still images recorded on other devices, edited on a computer, etc.
You cannot adjust [LCD BL LEVEL].
You cannot adjust [LCD BL LEVEL] when: The LCD panel is closed on your camcorder with the LCD screen facing out. The power is supplied from the AC Adaptor.
Playing back images on your camcorder
You cannot find the images to be played back.
Select the media to be played back by touching (HOME) t (MANAGE MEDIA) t [MOVIE MEDIA SET] (p. 25).
Perform [REPAIR IMG.DB F.] (p. 69). If it still appears, delete the image marked with (p. 46).
You cannot play back a disc.
Check out the disc compatibility (p. 10). Insert a disc with the recording side facing your camcorder (p. 26). The disc that was recorded, formatted, or finalized on other devices may not be played back on your camcorder. The temperature of your camcorder is extremely high. Turn off your camcorder and leave it for a while in a cool place.
No sound or only a quiet sound is heard during playback.
Turn up the volume (p. 40). Sound is not output when the LCD screen is closed. Open the LCD screen. When you record sound with [MICREF LEVEL] set to [LOW] (p. 90), the recorded sound may be difficult to hear. Sound cannot be recorded while recording a 3 second-movie (approx.) using [SMTH SLW REC] (p. 37).
The playback image is distorted.
Clean the disc using a soft cloth (p. 113).
Images stored on a Memory Stick PRO Duo cannot be played back.
Images cannot be played back if you have modified files or folders, or have edited the
Playing back a disc on other devices
You cannot play back the disc, or the disc is not recognized.
Clean the disc using a soft cloth (p. 113). Finalize the disc (p. 61). A disc recorded in VR mode cannot be played back on a device that does not support VR mode. Check the compatibility in the instruction manual of the playback device.
When you play the disc on a computer or another playback device, the left and right sounds are heard out of balance.
This may happen when sound recorded with 5.1ch surround is converted to 2ch (normal stereo sound) on a computer or another playback device (p. 35). This is not a malfunction. If the playback device is a 2ch stereo system, change the audio conversion system (downmix system). For details, refer to the instruction manuals of the playback device. When you create a disc using the supplied Picture Motion Browser software, select 2ch for the audio setting. Record movies with [AUDIO MODE] set to [2ch STEREO] on your camcorder (p. 73).
is indicated on an image in the DVD menu.
Loading of the data may have failed while finalizing the disc. For the following discs, make the disc capable of additional recording (p. 67), then remake the DVD menu by finalizing the disc again (p. 61). The DVD menu may be displayed correctly. DVD-RW (VIDEO mode) DVD+RW
Playing back a Memory Stick PRO Duo on other devices
You cannot play back the Memory Stick PRO Duo, or the Memory Stick PRO Duo is not recognized.
The device may not support a Memory Stick PRO Duo.
Playback freezes for an instant between the scenes.
The image may freeze for an instant between scenes depending on the device being used. This is not a malfunction. In the case of a DVD+R DL, the image may freeze for an instant when the recording layer changes. This is not a malfunction.
About care and storage of the lens
Wipe the surface of the lens clean with a soft cloth in the following instances: When there are fingerprints on the lens surface. In hot or humid locations When the lens is exposed to salty air such as at the seaside. Store in a well-ventilated location subject to little dirt or dust. To prevent mold, periodically clean the lens as described above. It is recommended that you operate your camcorder about once a month to keep it in optimum state for a long time.
If you did not press the right spot, try the calibration again.
Do not use a sharp-pointed object for calibration. Doing so may damage the LCD screen. You cannot calibrate the LCD screen if it is rotated, or closed with the screen facing out.
On handling the casing
If the casing is soiled, clean the camcorder body with a soft cloth lightly moistened with water, and then wipe the casing with a dry soft cloth. Avoid the following to avoid damage to the finish: Using chemicals such as thinner, benzine, alcohol, chemical cloths, repellent, insecticide and sunscreen
Cleaning inside the viewfinder
Remove any dust from inside the viewfinder by following the steps below.
1 Pull out the viewfinder. 2 While pushing in the tab on the bottom of the viewfinder with a fine-tipped object such as a ball point pen, pull the eyecup
block in the direction of the arrow to remove.
The eyecup block is a precision part. Do not disassemble it further. Do not touch the lens of the eyecup block.
On charging the pre-installed rechargeable battery
Your camcorder has a pre-installed rechargeable battery to retain the date, time, and other settings even when the POWER switch is set to OFF (CHG). The preinstalled rechargeable battery is always charged while your camcorder is connected to the wall outlet (wall socket) via the AC Adaptor or while the battery pack is attached. The pre-installed rechargeable battery will be fully discharged in about 3 months if you do not use your camcorder at all. Use your camcorder after charging the pre-installed rechargeable battery. However, even if the pre-installed rechargeable battery is not charged, the camcorder operation will not be affected as long as you are not recording the date. x Procedures Connect your camcorder to a wall outlet (wall socket) using the supplied AC Adaptor, and leave it with the POWER switch set to OFF (CHG) for more than 24 hours.
N NIGHTSHOT switch (36)
Identifying parts and controls (Continued)
A Lens (Carl Zeiss Lens) (6) B Flash (75) C Infrared port/Remote sensor Point the Remote Commander (p. 125) towards the remote sensor to operate your camcorder. D Active Interface Shoe The Active Interface Shoe supplies power to optional accessories such as a video light, a flash, or a microphone. The accessory can be turned on or off as you operate the POWER switch on your camcorder. Refer to the operating instructions supplied with your accessory for details. The Active Interface Shoe has a safety device for fixing the installed accessory securely. To connect an accessory, press down and push it to the end, and then tighten the screw. To remove an accessory, loosen the screw, and then press down and pull out the accessory.
When you are recording movies with an external flash (optional) connected to the accessory shoe, turn off the power of the external flash to prevent charging noise being recorded. You cannot use an external flash (optional) and the built-in flash at the same time. When an external microphone (optional) is connected, it takes precedence over the built-in microphone (p. 35).
Slide the shoe cover after pulling out the viewfinder.
E Viewfinder lens adjustment lever (24) F (VIEW IMAGES) button (31, 39) G EASY button (30) H. (BACK LIGHT) button (37) I Tripod receptacle Attach the tripod (optional: the length of the screw must be less than 5.5 mm (7/32 in.)) to the tripod receptacle using a tripod screw.
screen. Select a desired button or an item with b / B / v / V, then press ENTER to enter.
Remove the insulation sheet before using the Remote Commander.
A DATA CODE button (78)
Displays the date and time or camera setting data of the recorded images when you press this during playback.
Point the Remote Commander towards the remote sensor to operate your camcorder (p. 124). When no commands have been sent from the Remote Commander in a certain period, the orange frame disappears. When you press any of b / B / v / V, or ENTER again, the frame appears at the position where it was displayed last. You cannot select some buttons on the LCD screen using b / B / v / V.
To change the battery of the Remote Commander
1 While pressing on the tab, inset your fingernail into the slit to pull out the battery case. 2 Place a new battery with the + side facing up. 3 Insert the battery case back into the Remote Commander until it clicks.
Audio mode (73) MICREF LEVEL low (90) WIDE SELECT (73) Flash (75, 75) Self-timer recording (90) BLT-IN ZOOM MIC (90) z Tips
The contents and positions of the indicators illustrated here may differ from the actual indicators on the screen of your camcorder.
LCD backlight off (24) Fader (89)
Data code during recording
The recording date, time, and camera setting data are recorded automatically on the media. They are not displayed while recording. However, you can check them as [DATA CODE] during playback (p. 78). You can view the recording date and time on another device, etc. ([SUB-T DATE], p. 75).
NightShot (36) Color Slow Shutter (89) Super NightShot (89) E Warning (104)
x 5.1ch surround sound
A system that plays back sound on 6 speakers, 3 at the front (left, right and center) and 2 at the rear (right and left) with an additional low-pass subwoofer counted as a 0.1 channel for frequencies of 120 Hz or lower.
x VIDEO mode
One of the recording formats you can select when using a DVD-RW. VIDEO mode provides excellent compatibility with other DVD devices.
x VR mode
One of the recording formats you can select when using a DVD-RW. VR mode enables editing (deleting or sequence rearrangement) with your camcorder. Finalizing the disc lets you play it back on a VR mode compatible DVD device.
x Dolby Digital
An audio encoding (compression) system developed by Dolby Laboratories Inc.
x Dolby Digital 5.1 Creator
Sound compression technology developed by Dolby Laboratories Inc. which compresses audio efficiently while preserving high sound quality. It enables recording of 5.1ch surround sound while using disc space more efficiently. Discs created by Dolby Digital 5.1 Creator can be played back on a device compatible with the disc created on your camcorder.
JPEG stands for Joint Photographic Experts Group, a still image data compression (data capacity reduction) standard. Your camcorder records still images in JPEG format.
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