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|dredd||9:01am on Wednesday, September 22nd, 2010|
|xxl touch panel lcd, flash, carl zeiss optics rock, quality, manual focus ring some digital noise, only 8mb ms duo inside, no ilink(firewire) inside AWSOME CAMCORDER. SUPER QUALITY. GIANT LCD! SO EASY TO USE! BEST SONY MINI DV EVER! WOULD RECCOMEND TO ANYONE! I LOVE SONY! Decent Consumer level digital ,color,nightshooting Exposure problems,only 10x zoom|
|top_ukelele||6:10am on Friday, May 21st, 2010|
|So far I have been very satisfied with the ca... External mic & headphone input, image stabilization, hot shoe No built-in video light. I almost strayed from Sony... Whew!|
|dixiepiperocker||8:59pm on Thursday, May 13th, 2010|
|I am interested in buying a good consumer camcorder, i read one of the reviews and found that even if the ccd size is big[the HC 85 has a 1/3.|
|kingkokkaloogy||3:00am on Sunday, March 14th, 2010|
|Beware...widest/min. focal length of lens(52mm) limiting! Cool Handycam to possess I bought HC85 in July , but got a real chance to shoot for long hours only in October. Sony HC85 compared to HC40 This is my first foray into "movie cameras" since having an 8 mm camera a long time ago, in a galaxy far.|
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Camera Operations Guide [US]
Camera Operations Guide
Read this first
Digital Video Camera Recorder
2004 Sony Corporation
Before operating the unit, please read this manual thoroughly, and retain it for future reference.
For customers in the U.S.A. and CANADA
RECYCLING LITHIUM-ION BATTERIES
Lithium-Ion batteries are recyclable. You can help preserve our environment by returning your used rechargeable batteries to the collection and recycling location nearest you. For more information regarding recycling of rechargeable batteries, call toll free 1-800-822- 8837, or visit http://www.rbrc.org/ Caution: Do not handle damaged or leaking LithiumIon batteries.
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain or moisture.
Memory Stick and battery pack
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
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. b Notice If static electricity or electromagnetic interference causes data transfer to discontinue midway (fail), restart the application or disconnect and connect the USB cable again.
For customers in the U.S.A.
If you have any questions about this product, you may call: Sony Customer Information Center 1-800-222-SONY (7669). The number below is for the FCC related matters only. Regulatory Information
Declaration of Conformity
Trade Name: SONY Model No.: DCR-HC65 Responsible Party: Sony Electronics Inc. Address: 16450 W. Bernardo Dr, San Diego, CA 92127 U.S.A. Telephone No.: 858-942-2230 This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Trade Name: SONY Model No.: DCR-HC85 Responsible Party: Sony Electronics Inc. Address: 16450 W. Bernardo Dr, San Diego, CA 92127 U.S.A. Telephone No.: 858-942-2230 This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
b Note: 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 to an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult a Sony dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
AC Adaptor (1) USB cable (1)
Power cord (1)
Rechargeable battery pack NP-FP50 (1) CD-ROM SPVD-012 USB Driver (1) Cleaning cloth (1)
Lens cap (1)
Attached to the camcorder.
Shoe cover (1)
Camera Operations Guide (This manual) (1) Computer Applications Guide (1)
Step 2: Charging the battery pack
You can charge the battery by attaching the InfoLITHIUM battery pack (P series) to your camcorder.
b Note You cannot use batteries other than the InfoLITHIUM battery pack (P series) (p. 130). Do not short-circuit the DC plug of the AC Adaptor or battery terminals with any metallic objects. This may cause a malfunction. Use a nearby wall outlet when using the AC Adaptor. Disconnect the AC Adaptor from the wall outlet immediately if any malfunction occurs.
Attach the battery pack by sliding it in the direction of the arrow until it clicks.
With the b mark on the DC plug facing the LCD panel side, connect the AC Adaptor to the DC IN jack on your camcorder.
Battery pack DC plug
DC IN jack Power cord AC Adaptor To the wall outlet
Connect the power cord to the AC Adaptor. Connect the power cord to the wall outlet.
Lift up the viewfinder.
Slide the POWER switch up to OFF (CHG).
The CHG (charge) lamp lights up and charging starts.
To check the remaining battery Battery Info
CHG (charge) lamp
You can check the batterys current charge level and its current remaining recording time both during charging or when the power is turned off.
After charging the battery
The CHG (charge) lamp turns off when the battery is fully charged. Disconnect the AC Adaptor from the DC IN jack.
1 Set the POWER switch to OFF (CHG). 2 Press OPEN and open the LCD panel. 3 Press DISPLAY/BATT INFO.
The battery information appears for about 7 seconds. Keep the button pressed to view it for about 20 seconds.
The EASY lights up in blue.
To cancel Easy Handycam operation
Press EASY again.
b Note You cannot turn Easy Handycam operation on or off during: Recording USB Streaming During Easy Handycam operation, the following buttons are not available. LCD BACKLIGHT (p. 18) BACK LIGHT (p. 37) During Easy Handycam operation, the settings of the functions that are not displayed on the screen return to their defaults. Previously made settings are restored when you cancel Easy Handycam operation.
2 Set [M] (month), [D] (day), hour and
A shutter sound is heard. When bars of disappear, the image is recorded on the Memory Stick Duo. minutes in the same way as [Y] (year), then touch. For [LANGUAGE] Select the desired language with then touch. For [BEEP] See page 88. For [SELF-TIMER] (in the CAMERAMEMORY mode only) Touch [ON], then. Press PHOTO fully. You will hear a beep sound counting down for about 10 seconds. When the bars of disappear, the image is recorded on the Memory Stick Duo. / ,
b Note You cannot turn Easy Handycam operation on or off during recording. During Easy Handycam operation, the following buttons are not available. LCD BACKLIGHT (p. 18) BACK LIGHT (p. 37) During Easy Handycam operation, the settings of the functions that are not displayed on the screen return to their defaults. Previously made settings are restored when you cancel the Easy Handycam operation.
Making full use of Easy Handycam operation
The available menu items are displayed on the screen.
Example: In the CAMERA-MEMORY mode
SELFTIMER BEEP CLOCK SET
Touch the desired item. Select the desired setting.
For [CLOCK SET] 1 Set [Y] (year) with. / , then touch
Adjusting the exposure
The exposure is adjusted automatically in the default setting.
Fixing the exposure for the selected subject Flexible spot meter
You can adjust and fix the exposure to the subject, so that it is recorded in suitable brightness even when there is strong contrast between the subject and the background (such as subjects in the limelight on stage).
Adjusting the exposure for backlit subjects
When your subject has its back to the sun or other light, you can adjust the exposure to prevent the subject from becoming shadowed.
Touch during recording or in the standby mode.
Touch [SPOT METER].
SPOT METER STBY 0:00:00
Touch the point you want to adjust and fix the exposure on the screen.
[SPOT METER] flashes while the camera is adjusting the exposure for the selected point.
Press BACK LIGHT during recording or in the standby mode.
To cancel the back light function, press BACK LIGHT again.
b Note The back light function is canceled when you set [EXPOSURE] to [MANUAL] (p. 38) or select [SPOT METER] (p. 37).
To return the setting to automatic exposure
Follow steps 1 and 2, then select [AUTO] in step 3. Or set [EXPOSURE] to [AUTO] (p. 38).
b Note You cannot use the Flexible spot meter together with: NightShot plus function Super NightShot plus function Color Slow Shutter function If you set [PROGRAM AE], [SPOT METER] is automatically set to [AUTO]. z Tip If you set [SPOT METER], [EXPOSURE] is automatically set to [MANUAL].
Adjust the exposure by touching (dim)/ (bright), then touch
60min STBY 0:00:00
Adjusting the exposure manually
Follow steps 1 and 2, then select [AUTO] in step 3.
You can fix the brightness of a picture at the best exposure. When recording indoors on a clear day, for instance, you can avoid backlight shadows on people next to the window by manually fixing the exposure to that of the wall side of the room.
b Note You cannot use the manual exposure together with: NightShot plus function Super NightShot plus function Color Slow Shutter function
Touch during recording or in the standby mode. Touch [EXPOSURE].
60min EXPOSURE: STBY AUTO 0:00:00
60min EXPOSURE: STBY 0:00:00 MANUAL
Recording in dark places NightShot plus, etc.
You can record subjects in dark places (such as when capturing the face of your baby sleeping) with the NightShot plus, Super NightShot plus or Color Slow Shutter function. The NightShot plus and Super NightShot plus function enable you to record an image brighter. The Color Slow Shutter function enables you to record an image more faithful to the original colors.
2 Set the NIGHTSHOT PLUS switch to
ON. and [NIGHTSHOT PLUS] appear.
3 Touch. 4 Touch [SUPER NSPLUS].
5 Touch [ON], then
. and [SUPER NIGHTSHOT PLUS] appear. To cancel Super NightShot plus, follow steps 3 and 4, then select [OFF] in step 5. Or, set the NIGHTSHOT PLUS switch to OFF.
GON OFF Select to automatically activate the electronic shutter to adjust the shutter speed when recording in bright conditions. Select when recording without using the electronic shutter.
See page 40 for details.
For DCR-HC85: When you are recording pictures on a Memory Stick Duo while focusing manually, you can see if the focus is correctly adjusted by magnifying the center of the picture to twice its original size (p. 41).
Select to deactivate expanded focus. Select to activate expanded focus.
Note that these settings will not function with external flashes that do not support the following settings.
Select to trigger the flash (optional) regardless of the brightness of the surroundings. Select to trigger the flash (optional) regardless of the brightness of the surroundings. The flash pre-flashes to reduce the red-eye phenomenon. Select to trigger the flash (optional) automatically. Select to trigger the flash (optional) automatically. The flash pre-flashes to reduce the red-eye phenomenon.
b Note If the flash is not capable of preventing the red-eye phenomenon, you can select only [ON] or [AUTO].
You can select an appropriate flash setting for recording with an external flash (optional).
HIGH ( ) ) Select to make the flash level higher than the standard setting. Standard setting. Select to make the flash level lower than the standard setting.
GNORMAL ( LOW ( )
b Note The setting returns to [NORMAL] when you disconnect the power source from your camcorder for more than 5 minutes.
GOFF ON ( ) Select to disable the red-eye reduction. Select to activate the flash before recording to prevent red-eye (p. 31).
See page 39 for details.
When using the NightShot plus function to record, you can record clearer pictures by using the NightShot Light to emit infrared rays (invisible).
GON OFF Select to use the NightShot Light (p. 39). Select to disable the NightShot Light (p. 39).
COLOR SLOW S
See page 28, 33 for details.
You can select the maximum zoom level in case you want to zoom to a level greater than 10 times while recording on a tape. Note that the image quality decreases when you are using the digital zoom. This function is useful when recording enlarged pictures of a distant subject, such as a bird.
The right side of the bar shows the digital zooming zone. The zooming zone appears when you select the zooming level.
G( ) ( Select to record movies for playing on a large screen, or to record clearer pictures. ) Select to record for longer time.
GAUTO Select to display the remaining capacity of the Memory Stick Duo in the following cases: After inserting a Memory Stick Duo with the POWER switch in the CAMERA-MEMORY mode (for about 5 seconds). When the remaining capacity of the Memory Stick Duo is less than 2 minutes after the CAMERA-MEMORY mode is selected. At the starting or ending point of the movie (for approximately 5 seconds). Select to always display the remaining capacity of the Memory Stick Duo.
You can delete all the pictures on a Memory Stick Duo that are not writeprotected. To delete pictures one by one, see page 107.
1 Select [ALL FILES] or [CURRNT FOLDER].
ALL FILES CURRNT FOLDER Select to delete all the images on the Memory Stick Duo. Select to delete all the images in the selected playback folder.
2 Touch [YES] twice.
To cancel deletion of all pictures, select [NO].
b Note The folder will not be deleted even when you delete all the pictures in the folder. Do not do any of the following while [ Erasing all data.] is displayed: Move the POWER switch to select other power modes. Operate any buttons. Eject the Memory Stick Duo.
The supplied or newly purchased Memory Stick Duo has been formatted at the factory, and does not require formatting. For details on the Memory Stick Duo, see page 127.
1 Touch [YES] twice.
To cancel formatting, select [NO].
b Note Do not do any of the following while [ Formatting.] is displayed: Move the POWER switch to select other power modes. Operate any buttons. Eject the Memory Stick Duo. Formatting erases everything on the Memory Stick Duo including protected image data and newly created folders.
GSERIES Select to assign file numbers in sequence even if the Memory Stick Duo is replaced with another one. The file number is reset when a new folder is created or the recording folder is replaced with another. Select to reset the file number to 0001 each time the Memory Stick Duo is changed.
You can create a new folder (102MSDCF to 999MSDCF) on a Memory Stick Duo. When a folder is full (a maximum of 9999 images are stored) a new folder is automatically created.
1 Touch [YES].
A newly created folder will be numbered in sequence after the last folder number. To cancel creation, select [NO].
For recording on a Memory Stick Duo. See page 95, 96 for details.
When your camcorder is connected to a Sony VAIO series personal computer, you can easily burn the picture recorded on the tape on a DVD (Direct Access to Click to DVD) using this command. See the supplied Computer Applications Guide for details.
When your camcorder is connected to a personal computer, you can easily burn the picture recorded on the tape on a CD-R (Direct Access to Video CD Burn) using this command. See the supplied Computer Applications Guide for details.
EXEC Select to activate the END SEARCH function. The most recently recorded picture is played back for about 5 seconds and then stops automatically. Select to stop the END SEARCH function.
GON OFF Select when you want to search for a scene, title, etc. using the Cassette Memory (p. 60, 61). Select to search without using Cassette Memory.
Any titles you have superimposed using this camcorder can only be viewed on a video cassette device with the index titler function. If you superimpose a title, you will be able to search for it using Title search. You can superimpose up to about 20 titles (about 5 letters per title) on a cassette with Cassette Memory. Note, however, that only 11 titles can be recorded when other data (6 date/time data/1 cassette label) is recorded.
1 Select a desired title from the displayed titles (2 original titles that you
have created before and the preset titles that have been stored in your camcorder). You can create original titles (up to 2 types of title of within 20 characters each) in the following procedure. 1 Select [CUSTOM 1 ] or [CUSTOM 2 ] using touch. / , then
2 Touch the button repeatedly to select the desired character on the button.
TITLE STBY 0:00:00 END
E___________________ &?! GHI PQR S ABC JKL TUV DEF MNO WXY Z '., / 678 90
To erase a character: Touch To insert a space: Touch.
3 Touch to move s to select the next character, and enter the character in the same manner. 4 When you have finished entering characters, touch.
2 Touch 3 Touch
(color), / (position), [SIZE] as necessary to select a desired color, position or size. Color white t yellow t violet t red t cyan t green t blue Position You can select from 8 to 9 choices. Size small y large (You can only select the small size when you are entering more than 13 characters.)
4 Touch. 5 Touch [SAVE].
During playback, playback pause, or recording [TITLE SAVE] is displayed on the screen for about 5 seconds and the title is set. During recording standby [TITLE] appears. When you press REC START/STOP to start recording, [TITLE SAVE] is displayed on the screen for about 5 seconds, and the title is set.
Adding a menu Add
Touch / to select a menu category, then touch.
The available items vary depending on the power mode of the camcorder. Only the available items are displayed.
60min Select the item. STBY 0:00:00 END PROGRAM AE SPOT METER EXPOSURE WHITE BAL. SHARPNESS
You can add frequently used menu items to Personal Menu for easier and faster access.
b Note You can add up to 28 menu items each for the CAMERA-TAPE, CAMERA-MEMORY, and PLAY/EDIT modes. If you want to add more, you must delete a less important menu item before adding a new menu item (p. 91).
Touch / then touch
60min ADD STBY
to select a menu item,.
0:00:00 Add this item to CAMERA-TAPE mode's P-MENU?
Touch [P-MENU SET UP].
If the desired menu is not displayed on the screen, touch / until the menu is displayed.
60min STBY PMENU SET UP 0:00:00 END
The menu is added to the end of the list.
Deleting menu Delete
The selected menu is deleted from Personal Menu.
b Note You cannot delete [MENU] and [P-MENU SET UP].
Arranging the order of menus displayed on Personal Menu Sort
You can sort the menus added to Personal Menu in the desired order.
60min STBY PMENU SET UP 0:00:00
60min STBY STBY
DELETE FADER SPOT METER
60min STBY Select button to delete. 0:00:00 END
If the menu is not displayed on the screen, touch / until the desired menu is displayed.
Touch the menu that you want to delete.
60min DELETE STBY 0:00:00
60min STBY Select button to move. 0:00:00 END
Delete this from CAMERA-TAPE mode's P-MENU?
Touch the menu item you want to move.
60min STBY Select new location.
ADD OK SORT
Touch / to move the menu item to the desired place.
60min RESET STBY 0:00:00
SPOT FOCUS EXPO SURE
SPOT METER PRGRAM AE OK
Initialize CAMERA-TAPE mode's P-MENU setting?
To sort more items, repeat steps 4 to 6.
Touch [END]. Touch.
Are you sure?
b Note You cannot move [P-MENU SET UP].
z Tip The indicator appears when you connect your camcorder and other devices via an i.LINK cable. (This indicator may also appear on your TV.) When recording movies on a Memory Stick Duo, you can skip step 4 and press REC START/STOP in step 6.
Perform steps 1 to 3 in Recording movies (p. 95). Play the video, or receive the TV program you want to record.
The pictures on the VCR or TV appear on the screen of your camcorder.
Press PHOTO lightly at the scene you want to record. Check the image and press it fully.
The image is not recorded unless you press PHOTO fully. Release it if you do not want to record the scene, and select other scene as described above.
Dubbing pictures from a tape to a Memory Stick Duo
You can record movies (with sound recorded in monaural) or still images (fixed to image size [640 480]) on a Memory Stick Duo. Make sure you have a recorded tape and a Memory Stick Duo inserted into your camcorder.
Slide the POWER switch to select the PLAY/EDIT mode. Search and record the scene you want to record.
When recording a still image 1 Touch (play) to play back the tape. 2 Press PHOTO lightly at the scene you want to record. Check the image and press it fully.
When recording a movie 1 Touch. 2 Touch [MENU]. 3 Select the (EDIT/PLAY) menu, then [ REC CTRL] with an icon. 4 Touch (play) to play back the tape.
REC CTRL REC START 0:00:00:00
5 Touch [REC START] at the point you
want to start recording.
6 Touch [REC STOP] at the point you 7 Touch 96
want to stop recording. (stop) to stop tape playback.
b Note The Data code and titles recorded on the tape cannot be recorded on the Memory Stick Duo. The time and date the picture is recorded on the Memory Stick Duo will be recorded. The sound is recorded in 32 kHz monaural. z Tip You can also record a movie by pressing REC START/STOP during tape playback. For the recording time of movies, see page 26.
Dubbing still images from a Memory Stick Duo to a tape
You can record still images on a tape. Make sure you have the Memory Stick Duo with the images and a tape inserted into your camcorder.
Slide the POWER switch to select the PLAY/EDIT mode. Search for the point where you want to start dubbing by touching (rewind) or (fast forward), then touch (stop).
Touch (previous)/ (next) to select the image you want to dub. Touch Touch [ icon. REC CTRL] with an
If the item is not displayed on the screen, touch /. If you cannot find it, touch [MENU], and select it from the (EDIT/PLAY) menu.
Touch [REC PAUSE]. Touch [REC START].
The selected image is dubbed to the tape.
Touch (stop) or [REC PAUSE] when you want to stop recording.
END SEARCH does not work correctly. Smooth interval recording stops/ [Smooth interval rec discontinued due to error.] appears and recording stops.
If you are playing back the pictures stored on a Memory Stick Duo, refer also to the Memory Stick Duo section. (p. 118)
Cannot play back. Horizontal lines appear on the picture. The displayed pictures are not clear or do not appear. Fine patterns flicker, diagonal lines look jagged. No sound or only a low sound is heard.
cIf the tape has reached the end, rewind the tape. (p. 49) cClean the head using the cleaning cassette (optional). (p. 133)
For DCR-HC85: cAdjust [SHARPNESS] to the (soften) side in the SET) menu before recording. (p. 66)
cSet [MULTI-SOUND] to [STEREO] in the (STANDARD SET) menu. (p. 84) cTurn up the volume. (p. 49) cOn the (STANDARD SET) menu, adjust [AUDIO MIX] from the [ST2] (additional sound) side until the sound is heard appropriately. (p. 85) cWhen you are using an S VIDEO plug, make sure the red and white plugs of the A/V connecting cable are connected as well. (p. 59) cClean the head using the cleaning cassette (optional). (p. 133) cUse a cassette with Cassette Memory. (p. 126) cSet [ SEARCH] to [ON] in the (EDIT/PLAY) menu. (p. 81) There is a blank section in the beginning or middle of the tape. This is not a malfunction. The tape you are playing was recorded without setting the date and time. A blank section on the tape is being played. The data code on a tape with a scratch or noise cannot be read.
The sound breaks off. Cannot perform the Date search with the recording date displayed on the screen. --- is displayed on the screen.
END SEARCH does not work.
The cassette was ejected after recording when using a cassette without Cassette Memory. (p. 126) The cassette is new and has nothing recorded. There is a blank section in the beginning or middle of the tape. This is not a malfunction. The tape was recorded in a TV color system other than that of your camcorder. This is not a malfunction. (p. 125)
END SEARCH does not work correctly. Noises appear and on the screen. is displayed
Memory Stick Duo
Cannot operate functions using the Memory Stick Duo.
cSet the POWER switch to the CAMERA-MEMORY or PLAY/EDIT mode. (p. 17) c Insert a Memory Stick Duo into your camcorder. (p. 21) The Memory Stick Duo was formatted on a personal computer. cFormat it on your camcorder. (Note that all recorded data will be deleted.) (p. 72) cWhen you are using the Memory Stick Duo with the write-protect tab, release the lock on the write-protect tab of the Memory Stick Duo. (p. 128) cThe capacity is full. Delete unnecessary pictures recorded on the Memory Stick Duo. (p. 107) cFormat the Memory Stick Duo on your camcorder or insert another Memory Stick Duo. (p. 72) Pictures recorded on other devices may not appear in the actual size. This is not a malfunction. Image data cannot be played back if you have modified files or folders, or have edited the data on a computer. (The file name flashes in that case.) This is not a malfunction. (p. 129) Pictures recorded on other devices may not be played back. This is not a malfunction. cThe picture was recorded on a Memory Stick Duo because you pressed REC START/STOP during tape playback. Delete the picture from the Memory Stick Duo if the picture is unnecessary. (p. 107) cWhen you are using the Memory Stick Duo with the write-protect tab, release the lock on the write-protect tab of the Memory Stick Duo. (p. 128) cCancel image protection on the picture. (p. 108) The maximum number of pictures that you can delete at one time is 100. Delete them in groups of less than 100 pictures each. cWhen you are using the Memory Stick Duo with the write-protect tab, release the lock on the write-protect tab of the Memory Stick Duo. (p. 128)
Cannot record on the Memory Stick Duo.
The pictures are not played back in the actual size. Image data cannot be played back.
The picture you have recorded on the tape has also been recorded on the Memory Stick Duo. Pictures cannot be deleted.
Cannot format the Memory Stick Duo.
Cannot delete all pictures at once.
cWhen you are using the Memory Stick Duo with the write-protect tab, release the lock on the write-protect tab of the Memory Stick Duo. (p. 128) cCancel image protection on the picture. (p. 108) cWhen you are using the Memory Stick Duo with the write-protect tab, release the lock on the write-protect tab of the Memory Stick Duo. (p. 128) cPerform the operation again on the index screen. (p. 108) cWhen you are using the Memory Stick Duo with the write-protect tab, release the lock on the write-protect tab of the Memory Stick Duo. (p. 128) cPerform the operation again on the index screen. (p. 109) The maximum number of pictures you can mark for print is 999. Movies cannot be marked for print. Only the file name is displayed if the directory structure does not conform to the universal standard. The file is damaged. The file format is not supported on your camcorder. (p. 127) The file is damaged. The file format is not supported on your camcorder. (p. 127)
Image protection cannot be applied.
Cannot mark pictures for print.
The data file name is not indicated correctly.
The data file name flashes.
Pictures from connected devices are not displayed on the LCD screen or the viewfinder.
Cannot change the setting of the AUDIO/VIDEO jack during Easy Handycam operation. cCancel Easy Handycam operation (p. 54), and then set [VIDEO INPUT] to the appropriate signal in the (STANDARD SET) menu. (p. 86) cSet [VIDEO INPUT] to the appropriate signal in the (STANDARD SET) menu. (p. 86) cSet [DISPLAY] to [LCD PANEL] in the (STANDARD SET) menu. (p. 88) cSet [VIDEO INPUT] to the appropriate signal in the (STANDARD SET) menu. (p. 86) cSet [DISPLAY] to [LCD PANEL] in the (STANDARD SET) menu. (p. 88) The A/V connecting cable is not connected properly. cMake sure that the A/V connecting cable is connected to the proper jack, i.e. to the output jack of a device you are dubbing a picture from, or to the input jack of another device for dubbing a picture from your camcorder. The input signal is not NTSC. (p. 95) cIn the (STANDARD SET) menu, adjust [AUDIO MIX] from the [ST1] (original sound) side until the sound is heard appropriately. (p. 85)
Cannot dub correctly using the A/V connecting cable.
Pictures from connected devices are not displayed correctly. New sound added to a recorded tape is not heard.
A title is not recorded/A cassette label cUse a cassette with Cassette Memory. (p. 126) is not recorded. cErase unnecessary titles when the Cassette Memory is full. (p. 82) cSet the write-protect tab to REC. (p. 126) A title cannot be added to a blank section of the tape. The title is not displayed. cSet [ TITLE DISP] to [ON] in the (EDIT/PLAY) menu. (p. 83) The title cannot be displayed during Easy Handycam operation. cSet the write-protect tab to REC. (p. 126) cEnter a title if there is no title on the tape. (p. 81) cUse a cassette with Cassette Memory. (p. 126) cSet [ SEARCH] to [ON] in the (EDIT/PLAY) menu. (p. 81) There is a blank section in the beginning or middle of the tape. This is not a malfunction.
b Note Normally, only one device can be connected to this unit with the i.LINK cable. When connecting this unit to i.LINK-compatible device having two or more DV Interfaces, refer to the operating instructions of the device to be connected. z Tip i.LINK is a more familiar term for the IEEE 1394 data transport bus proposed by Sony, and is a trademark approved by many corporations. IEEE 1394 is an international standard standardized by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
About i.LINK Baud rate
i.LINKs maximum baud rate varies according to the device. There are three types. S100 (approx. 100 Mbps*) S200 (approx. 200 Mbps) S400 (approx. 400 Mbps) The baud rate is listed under Specifications in the operating instructions of each piece of
device. It is also indicated near the i.LINK interface on some device. The maximum baud rate for device that does not have any indication (such as this unit) is S100. The baud rate may differ from the indicated value when the unit is connected to device with a different maximum baud rate.
* What is Mbps? Mbps stands for megabits per second, or the amount of data that can be sent or received in one second. For example, a baud rate of 100 Mbps means that 100 megabits of data can be sent in one second.
Maintenance and precautions
On use and care
Do not use or store the camcorder and accessories in the following locations. Anywhere extremely hot or cold. Never leave them exposed to temperatures above 60C (140F), such as under direct sunlight, near heaters or in a car parked in the sun. They may malfunction or become deformed. Near strong magnetic fields or mechanical vibration. The camcorder may malfunction. Near strong radio waves or radiation. The camcorder may not be able to record properly. Near AM receivers and video equipment. Noise may occur. Sandy beach or anywhere dusty. If sand or dust gets in your camcorder, it may malfunction. Sometimes this malfunction cannot be repaired. Near windows or outdoors, where the LCD screen, the viewfinder, or the lens may be exposed to direct sunlight. This damages the inside of the viewfinder or the LCD screen. Anywhere very humid. Operate your camcorder on DC 7.2 V (battery pack) or DC 8.4 V (AC Adaptor). For DC or AC operation, use the accessories recommended in these operating instructions. Do not let your camcorder get wet, for example, from rain or sea water. If your camcorder gets wet, it may malfunction. Sometimes this malfunction cannot be repaired. If any solid object or liquid get inside the casing, unplug your camcorder and have it checked by a Sony dealer before operating it any further. Avoid rough handling, disassembling, modifying, or mechanical shock. Be particularly careful of the lens. Keep the POWER switch setting to OFF (CHG) when you are not using your camcorder.
To use i.LINK functions on this unit
CALIBRATION. 134 Camera Chroma key (CAM T M CHROMA). 45 Camera settings data display. 57 Cassette.. 20 Cassette Memory. 3, 126 Cassette Memory Search (SEARCH). 47, 60, 61, 81
Easy Handycam.34, 54 EDIT SEARCH..47 END SEARCH.47, 81 Erase ALL ERASE (Cassette Memory)..83 ALL ERASE (still image)..72 Expanded focus (EXP. FOCUS).66
Intelligent accessory shoe..105, 139 Interval photo recording (INT. REC-STL).78 Interval recording (INTERVAL REC)..77
LANC.140 Language (LANGUAGE).22, 89 LCD back light (LCD BL LEVEL).85 LCD BACKLIGHT button..18, 138 LCD brightness (LCD BRIGHT)..18 LCD COLOR.85 LCD screen.4 LCD/VF SET.85 LP (Long Play) See Recording mode (REC MODE) Luminance key (LUMI. KEY).43
Menu CAMERA SET. 64 EDIT/PLAY. 80 MEMORY SET.. 70 MENU ROTATE. 88 PICT. APPLI.. 74 Selecting items. 62 STANDARD SET. 84 TIME/LANGU.. 89 Mirror mode.. 27 Moisture condensation. 133 MONOTONE.. 42 MOSAIC FADER. 42 MOVIE SET.. 71 MPEG.. 127 MULTI-SOUND.. 84
PRINT See PictBridge Print mark. 109 PROGRAM AE. 64 Program edit (PROG. EDIT). 80 Progressive recording mode (PROGRE REC). 28
REC FOLDER. 73 Rec review. 48 REC START/STOP. 24, 50 Recording capacity Display.. 25 REMAINING. 71, 87 Recording lamp (REC LED).. 87 Recording mode (REC MODE). 25, 84 Recording time. 16, 26 Red-eye reduction (REDEYE REDUC). 67 Remote Commander. 142 REMOTE CTRL. 87 Remote sensor.. 139 RESET.. 138 Review. 24, 30
NEW FOLDER.. 73 NightShot Light (NS LIGHT).. 39, 68 NightShot plus. 39 NORMAL See Burst (BURST) NTSC. 125
OLD MOVIE. 44 Operation Confirmation beep See BEEP OVERLAP.. 42
Main sound See MULTI-SOUND Manual exposure (EXPOSURE).38 Manual focus..41 Memory Chroma key (M T CAM CHROMA)..45 Memory Luminance key (M T CAM LUMI.).45 MEMORY MIX..45 Memory Overlap (OVERLAP).43 Memory photo.29, 52 Memory Stick Duo General information.127 Inserting..21 Number of pictures.26, 31
S video. 59, 93 Self-diagnosis display.. 121 Self-timer recording (SELF-TIMER). 28, 33 SHARPNESS.. 66 Skip scan.. 50 SLIDE SHOW. 75 Slow shutter (SLOW SHUTTR).. 44 Smooth interval tape recording (SMTH INT. REC).. 76 Smooth transition See END SEARCH SP (Standard Play) See Recording mode (REC MODE) SPOT FOCUS. 40 Standard (STANDARD) See Image quality (QUALITY)
PAL.. 125 PB FOLDER.. 73 Personal Menu (P-MENU). 62 PictBridge. 110 Picture effect (PICT. EFFECT). 74 Picture search.. 50 Playback (VAR.SPD PB) Double speed. 50 Frame. 50 Reverse.. 50 Slow.. 50 Playback Zoom (PB ZOOM). 56 Playing time.. 16 Power mode.. 17
STEADYSHOT.. 69 Stereo/monaural. 84 STILL.. 43 Still image format. 127 STILL SET. 70 Sub sound See MULTI-SOUND Super NightShot plus. 39
Zero set memory.60 Zoom..27, 56
Tape counter.. 25 Telephoto See Zoom Time code. 25 Title (Cassette Memory) TAPE TITLE. 83 TITL ERASE. 82 TITLE.. 81 TITLE DISP.. 83 Title search. 60 TRAIL. 43 TV color systems. 125
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