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|Thomas||2:49pm on Sunday, January 9th, 2011|
|MAYBE SOMEONE CAN HELP ME WITH MY SONY DCR-PC110E CAMCORDER.|
HAVE CHANGED MY COMPUTER AND MISSING A DRIVER FOR WINDOWS 7.
WHERE CAN I FIND A DRIVER WHICH WILL SIPPORT WIN.7
LAST COMP. WAS WINDOWS XP AND NO PROBLEMS.
MANY THANKS IN ADVANCE
|acloudguy||2:03pm on Wednesday, September 15th, 2010|
|A Great Replacement After dealing with the tragedy of having my Sony PC100 camera stolen. A Great Replacement After dealing with the tragedy of having my Sony PC100 camera stolen.|
|ivato||9:47pm on Thursday, September 9th, 2010|
|Great camera if you upgrade... I have had the PC110 over a year now and still like it very much. Nice, but could be better I have no complaints except one: the digital pictures it takes are print quality but.|
|ringtonesmaker2||8:51am on Thursday, September 9th, 2010|
|It would be a good idea to read this review if you have ever considered buying a camcorder.|
|hubbard_b||5:57pm on Friday, June 11th, 2010|
|In 2002, one of 2 things is going to happen to me; either I become a father or I go on an expensive holiday with my wife. It would be a good idea to read this review if you have ever considered buying a camcorder.|
|viol8r||3:58pm on Thursday, May 13th, 2010|
|I originally purchase the PC110e to replace a JVC DVX707 digital camcorder which was ok.|
|norwolf||9:51pm on Wednesday, May 5th, 2010|
|A Great Replacement After dealing with the tragedy of having my Sony PC100 camera stolen.|
|Root4u||8:19pm on Monday, April 26th, 2010|
|This camcorder is one of the most user friendly and manouverable camera I had the opportunity to try. It has a sleek design.|
|holloway||5:25pm on Wednesday, April 14th, 2010|
|In 2002, one of 2 things is going to happen to me; either I become a father or I go on an expensive holiday with my wife.|
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Precautions on camcorder care
The LCD screen and the viewfinder are manufactured using high-precision technology. However, there may be some tiny black points and/or bright points (red, blue, green, or white) that constantly appear on the LCD screen and in the viewfinder. These points occur normally in the manufacturing process and do not affect the recorded picture in any way. Effective ratio of pixels and/or screen are 99.99% or more. Do not let your camcorder get wet. Keep your camcorder away from rain and sea water. Letting your camcorder get wet may cause your camcorder to malfunction. Sometimes this malfunction cannot be repaired [a]. Never leave your camcorder exposed to temperatures above 140F (60C), such as in a car parked in the sun or under direct sunlight [b]. Do not place your camcorder so as to point the viewfinder, the LCD screen or lens toward the sun. The inside of the viewfinder, LCD screen or lens may be damaged [c].
Step 1 Preparing the power supply
Installing the battery pack
Install the battery pack to use your camcorder outdoors.
(1) While sliding BATTERY RELEASE in the direction of the arrow 1, slide the battery terminal cover in the direction of the arrow 2. (2) Insert the battery pack in the direction of the arrow.
To remove the battery pack
The battery pack is removed in the same way as the battery terminal cover.
Note on the battery terminal cover To protect the battery terminals, install the battery terminal cover after the battery pack is removed.
Step 1 Preparing the power supply Charging the battery pack
Use the battery pack after charging it for your camcorder. Your camcorder operates only with the InfoLITHIUM battery pack (M series).
(1) Open the DC IN jack cover and connect the AC power adaptor supplied with your camcorder to the DC IN jack with the plugs v mark facing up. (2) Connect the power cord to the AC power adaptor. (3) Connect the power cord to a wall outlet. (4) Set the POWER switch to OFF (CHG). The CHARGE lamp (orange) lights up. Charging begins.
When the CHARGE lamp goes out, normal charge is completed. For full charge, which allows you to use the battery longer than usual, leave the battery pack in place for approximately one hour after the CHARGE lamp goes out.
After charging the battery pack
Disconnect the AC power adaptor from the DC IN jack on your camcorder. Notes Prevent metallic objects from coming into contact with the metal parts of the DC plug of the AC power adaptor. This may cause a short-circuit, damaging the AC power adaptor. Keep the battery pack dry. When the battery pack is not to be used for a long time, charge the battery pack once fully and then use it until it fully discharges again. Keep the battery pack in a cool place.
Battery pack NP-FM50 (supplied) NP-FM70 NP-FM90 NP-FM91 Full charge (Normal charge) 150 (90) 240 (180) 330 (270) 360 (300)
Approximate minutes to charge an empty battery pack
Battery pack NP-FM50 (supplied) NP-FM70 NP-FM90 NP-FM91 Recording with the viewfinder Continuous* Typical** 135 (120) 80 (70) 285 (255) 435 (390) 505 (455) 170 (150) 260 (230) 300 (270) Recording with the LCD screen Continuous* Typical** 115 (105) 65 (60) 245 (220) 370 (335) 430 (390) 145 (130) 220 (200) 255 (230)
Approximate minutes when you use a fully charged battery Numbers in parentheses ( ) indicate the time using a normally charged battery. * Approximate continuous recording time at 77F (25C). The battery life will be shorter if you use your camcorder in a cold environment. ** Approximate number of minutes when recording while you repeat recording start/ stop, zooming and turning the power on/off. The actual battery life may be shorter.
Battery pack NP-FM50 (supplied) NP-FM70 NP-FM90 NP-FM91 Playing time on LCD screen 140 (125) 295 (265) 450 (400) 520 (465) Playing time with LCD closed 170 (155) 355 (320) 540 (485) 625 (560)
Approximate minutes when you use a fully charged battery Numbers in parentheses ( ) indicate the time using a normally charged battery. The battery life will be shorter if you use your camcorder in a cold environment. What is InfoLITHIUM? The InfoLITHIUM is a lithium ion battery pack which can exchange data such as battery consumption with compatible electronic equipment. This unit is compatible with the InfoLITHIUM battery pack (M series). Your camcorder operates only with the InfoLITHIUM battery. InfoLITHIUM M series battery packs have the mark.
InfoLITHIUM is a trademark of Sony Corporation. If the power may go off although the battery remaining indicator indicates that the battery pack has enough power to operate Charge the battery pack fully again so that the indication on the battery remaining indicator is correct.
Step 1 Preparing the power supply Connecting to a wall outlet
When you use your camcorder for a long time, we recommend that you power it from a wall outlet using the AC power adaptor.
(1) Open the DC IN jack cover, pulling the cover out a little. Connect the AC power adaptor supplied with your camcorder to the DC IN jack on your camcorder with the plugs v mark facing up. (2) Connect the power cord to the AC power adaptor. (3) Connect the power cord to a wall outlet.
PRECAUTION The set is not disconnected from the AC power source (house current) as long as it is connected to the wall outlet, even if the set itself has been turned off. Notes The AC power adaptor can supply power even if the battery pack is attached to your camcorder. The DC IN jack has source priority. This means that the battery pack cannot supply any power if the power cord is connected to the DC IN jack, even when the power cord is not plugged into a wall outlet. Using a car battery Use Sony DC Adaptor/Charger (not supplied).
Step 2 Inserting a cassette
(1) Install the power source. (2) Slide OPEN/ZEJECT in the direction of the arrow and open the lid. The cassette compartment automatically lifts up and opens. (3) Push the middle portion of the back of the cassette to insert. Insert the cassette in a straight line deeply into the cassette compartment with the window facing out. mark on the cassette (4) Close the cassette compartment by pressing the compartment. The cassette compartment automatically goes down. (5) After the cassette compartment going down completely, close the lid until it clicks.
To eject a cassette
Follow the procedure above, and take out the cassette in step 3. Notes Do not press the cassette compartment down forcibly. Doing so may cause malfunction. The cassette compartment may not be closed when you press any part of the lid other than the mark. When you use mini DV cassette with cassette memory Read the instruction about cassette memory to use this function properly (p. 138). To prevent accidental erasure Slide the write-protect tab on the cassette to expose the red mark.
Recording a picture
Your camcorder automatically focuses for you.
(1) Remove the lens cap and pull the lens cap string to fix it. (2) Install the power source and insert a cassette. See Step 1 and Step 2 for more information (p. 10 to p. 14). (3) Pull down the Holding Grip. Hold your camcorder firmly as illustrated. (4) Set the POWER switch to CAMERA while pressing the small green button. Your camcorder is set to the standby mode. (5) Press OPEN to open the LCD panel. (6) Press START/STOP. Your camcorder starts recording. The REC indicator appears. The camera recording lamp located on the front of your camcorder lights up. To stop recording, press START/STOP again.
Camera recording lamp
Notes Fasten the grip strap firmly. Do not touch the built-in microphone during recording Note on Recording mode Your camcorder records and plays back in the SP (standard play) mode and in the LP (long play) mode. Select SP or LP in the menu settings. In the LP mode, you can record 1.5 times as long as in the SP mode. When you record a tape in the LP mode on your camcorder, we recommend playing the tape on your camcorder.
Searching for the date by using cassette memory
You can use this function only when playing back a tape with cassette memory.
(1) Set the POWER switch to VCR. (2) Set CM SEARCH in to ON in the menu settings (p. 84). The default setting is ON. (3) Press SEARCH MODE on the Remote Commander repeatedly, until the DATE SEARCH indicator appears. The indicator changes as follows: TITLE SEARCH t DATE SEARCH t PHOTO SEARCH t PHOTO SCAN (4) Press. or > on the Remote Commander to select the date for playback. Your camcorder automatically starts playback at the beginning of the selected date.
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SEP / 5 / SEP / 6 / DEC / / J AN / 1 / F EB / / APR / / 0 1
Note If one days recording is less than 2 minutes, your camcorder may not accurately find the point where the recording date changes. In the mark The bar in the The mark in the
If a tape has a blank portion between recorded portions The date search function may not work correctly. Cassette memory The tape cassette memory can hold 6 recording date data. If you search the date among 7 or more data, see Searching for the date without using cassette memory below.
Searching for the date without using cassette memory
(1) Set the POWER switch to VCR. (2) Set CM SEARCH in to OFF in the menu settings (p. 84). (3) Press SEARCH MODE on the Remote Commander repeatedly, until the DATE SEARCH indicator appears. The indicator changes as follows: DATE SEARCH t PHOTO SEARCH t PHOTO SCAN (4) Press. on the Remote Commander to search for the previous date or press > on the Remote Commander to search for the next date. Your camcorder automatically starts playback at the point where the date changes. Each time you press. or >, your camcorder searches for the previous or next date.
Searching for a photo Photo search/Photo scan
You can search for a still image you have recorded on a mini DV tape (photo search). You can also search for still images one after another and display each image for 5 seconds automatically regardless of cassette memory (photo scan). Use the Remote Commander for these operations. Use this function to check or edit still images.
Searching for a photo by using cassette memory
(1) Set the POWER switch to VCR. to ON in the menu settings (p. 84). The default setting (2) Set CM SEARCH in is ON. (3) Press SEARCH MODE on the Remote Commander repeatedly, until the PHOTO SEARCH indicator appears. The indicator changes as follows: TITLE SEARCH t DATE SEARCH t PHOTO SEARCH t PHOTO SCAN (4) Press. or > on the Remote Commander to select the date for playback. Your camcorder automatically starts playback of the photo having the date that you selected.
You can adjust the synchronicity of your camcorder and the VCR. Have a pen and paper ready for notes. Before operation, eject a cassette from your camcorder.
(1) Set the POWER swtich to VCR on your camcorder. (2) Insert a blank tape (or a tape you want to record over) into the VCR, then set to recording pause. When you select i.LINK in CONTROL, you do not need to set to recording pause. (3) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select ADJ TEST, then press the dial. (4) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select EXECUTE, then press the dial. IN and OUT are recorded on an image for 5 times each to calculate the numerical values for adjusting the synchronicity. The EXECUTING indicator flashes on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder. When finished, the indicator changes to COMPLETE. (5) Rewind the tape in the VCR, then start slow playback. Take a note of the opening numerical value of each IN and the closing numerical value of each OUT. (6) Calculate the average of all the opening numerical values of each IN, and the average of all the closing numerical values of each OUT. (7) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select CUT-IN, then press the dial. (8) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select the average numerical value of IN, then press the dial. The calculated start position for recording is set. (9) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select CUT-OUT, then press the dial. (10) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select the average numerical value of OUT, then press the dial. The calculated stop position for recording is set. (11) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select RETURN, then press the dial.
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To erase the label you have made
In step 6 turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select [C], then press the dial. The last character is erased.
To change the label you have made
Insert the cassette to change the label, and operate in the same way to make a new label. If you set the write-protect tab of the tape to lock You cannot label the tape. Slide the write-protect tab to release the write protection. If the tape has too many index signals You may not be able to label a cassette because the memory is full. In this case, delete data you do not need. If you have superimposed titles in the cassette When the label is displayed, up to 4 titles also appear. When the ----- indicator has fewer than 10 spaces The cassette memory is full. The ----- indicates the number of characters you can select for the label. To erase a character Select [C]. The last character is erased. To enter a space Select [ Z& ? ! ], then select the blank part.
Customizing Your Camcorder
Changing the menu settings
To change the mode settings in the menu settings, select the menu items with the SEL/ PUSH EXEC dial. The default settings can be partially changed. First, select the icon, then the menu item and then the mode.
(1) In the standby, MEMORY or VCR mode, press MENU. (2) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select the desired icon, then press the dial to set. (3) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select the desired item, then press the dial to set. (4) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select the desired mode, then press the dial to set. RETURN and press the dial, then (5) If you want to change other items, select repeat steps 2 to 4.
For details, see Selecting the mode setting of each item (p. 85).
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To make the menu display disappear
Menu items are displayed as the following icons: MANUAL SET CAMERA SET VCR SET LCD/VF SET MEMORY SET CM SET TAPE SET SETUP MENU OTHERS
You cannot record or erase images when the write-protect tab on the Memory Stick is set to LOCK. We recommend backing up important data. Image data may be damaged in the following cases: If you remove the Memory Stick or turn the power off while reading or writing. If you use Memory Sticks near static electricity or magnetic fields. Prevent metallic objects or your finger from coming into contact with the metal parts of the connecting section. Stick its label on the labeling position. Do not bend, drop or apply strong shock to Memory Sticks. Do not disassemble or modify Memory Sticks. Do not let Memory Sticks get wet. Do not use or keep Memory Sticks in locations that are: Extremely hot such as in a car parked in the sun or under the scorching sun. Under direct sunlight. Very humid or subject to corrosive gases. When you carry or store a Memory Stick, put it in its case.
Memory Sticks formatted by a computer
Memory Sticks formatted by Windows OS or Macintosh computers do not have a guaranteed compatibility with this camcorder.
Notes on image data compatibility
Image data files recorded on Memory Sticks by your camcorder conform with the Design Rules for Camera File Systems universal standard established by the JEIDA (Japan Electronic Industry Development Association). You cannot play back on your camcorder still images recorded on other equipment (DCR-TRV890E/TRV900/ TRV900E or DSC-D700/D770) that does not conform with this universal standard. (These models are not sold in some areas.) If you cannot use the Memory Stick that is used with other equipment, format it with this camcorder (p. 88). However, formatting erases all information on the Memory Stick. Memory Stick and are trademarks of Sony Corporation.
Windows and ActiveMovie, DirectShow are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. Macintosh and Mac OS, QuickTime are trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc. All other product names mentioned herein may be the trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies. Furthermore, and are not mentioned in each case in this manual.
Using a Memory Stick introduction Inserting a Memory Stick
Insert a Memory Stick in the Memory Stick slot as far as it can go with the v mark facing up as illustrated.
Access lamp Memory Stick slot
Ejecting a Memory Stick
Slide MEMORY RELEASE in the direction of the arrow.
While the access lamp is lit or flashing Do not shake or strike your camcorder because your camcorder is reading the data from the Memory Stick or recording the data on the Memory Stick. Do not turn the power off , eject a Memory Stick or remove the battery pack. Otherwise, the image data breakdown may occur. If MEMORYSTICK ERROR is displayed The Memory Stick is corrupted. If this occurs, use another Memory Stick.
(1) Set the POWER switch to VCR. (2) Using the video control buttons, search a point where you want to record the desired images. Set the mini DV tape to playback pause. (3) Press z REC and the button on its right simultaneously on your camcorder. The mini DV tape is set to the recording pause mode. (4) Press MEMORY PLAY to play back the image you want to copy. (5) Press X to start recording and press X again to stop. (6) If you have more to copy, repeat steps 4 and 5.
To stop copying in the middle
During copying You cannot operate the following buttons: MEMORY PLAY MEMORY INDEX MEMORY DELETE MEMORY +/ MEMORY MIX Note on the index screen You cannot record the index screen. Image data modified with personal computers or shot with other equipment You may not be able to copy them with your camcorder. If you press DISPLAY in the standby or recording mode You can see memory playback and the file name indicators in addition to the indicators pertinent to mini DV tapes, such as the time code indicator.
Enlarging still images recorded on Memory Sticks Memory PB ZOOM
You can enlarge still images recorded on a Memory Stick. You can select and view the desired part from the enlarged still image. Also you can copy the desired part of the enlarged still image to mini DV tapes or video tapes. Before operation Insert a Memory Stick into your camcorder.
(1) Set the POWER switch to MEMORY or VCR. Make sure that the LOCK switch is set to the right (unlock) position. (2) In the memory playback mode, press PB ZOOM on your camcorder. The still image is enlarged, and R r appears on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder. (3) Turn SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to move the enlarged image, then press the dial. R : The image moves downwards. r : The image moves upwards. (4) Turn SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to move the enlarged image, then press the dial. t : The image moves leftward. (Turn the dial to upwards.) T : The image moves rightward. (Turn the dial to downwards.)
To cancel the play zoom function
Press PB ZOOM. Note You cannot record the images enlarged by the PB ZOOM mode on Memory Sticks. In the PB ZOOM mode The digital effect function does not work. The PB ZOOM function is cancelled when the following buttons are pressed: MENU MEMORY PLAY MEMORY INDEX MEMORY +/ Pictures in the PB ZOOM mode Pictures in the PB ZOOM mode are not output through the DV IN/OUT jack when the POWER switch is set to MEMORY. Moving pictures recorded on Memory Sticks The PB ZOOM function does not work on moving pictures recorded on Memory Sticks.
Playing back images in a continuous loop SLIDE SHOW
You can automatically play back images in sequence. This function is useful especially when checking recorded images or during a presentation. Before operation Insert a Memory Stick into your camcorder.
(1) Set the POWER switch to MEMORY. Make sure that the LOCK switch is set to the right (unlock) position. (2) Press MENU to display the menu. , then press the dial. (3) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select (4) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select SLIDE SHOW, then press the dial. (5) Press MEMORY PLAY. Your camcorder plays back the images recorded on a Memory Stick in sequence.
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To stop the slide show
To pause during a slide show
To start the slide show from a particular image
Select the desired image using MEMORY +/ buttons before step 2. To view the recorded images on TV Connect your camcorder to a TV with the A/V connecting cable supplied with your camcorder before operation. If you change the Memory Stick during operation The slide show does not operate. If you change the Memory Stick, be sure to follow the steps again from the beginning.
Preventing accidental erasure Image protection
To prevent accidental erasure of important images, you can protect selected images. Before operation Insert a Memory Stick into your camcorder.
(1) Set the POWER switch to MEMORY or VCR. Make sure that the LOCK switch is set to the right (unlock) position. (2) Select the image you want to protect. (3) Press MENU to display the menu. , then press the dial. (4) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select (5) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select PROTECT, then press the dial. (6) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select ON, then press the dial. (7) Press MENU to make the menu display disappear. The - mark is displayed beside the data file name of the selected image.
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To cancel deleting all the images in the Memory Stick
Select RETURN in step 5, then press the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial. While DELETING appears Do not turn the POWER switch or press any buttons.
Writing a print mark PRINT MARK
You can specify the recorded still image to print out by putting marks. This function is useful for printing out still images later. Your camcorder conforms with the DPOF (Digital Print Order Format) standard for specifying the still images to print out. Before operation Insert a Memory Stick into your camcorder.
(1) Set the POWER switch to MEMORY or VCR. Make sure that the LOCK switch is set to the right (unlock) position. (2) Select the still image you want to write a print mark on. (3) Press MENU to display the menu. , then press the dial. (4) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select (5) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select PRINT MARK, then press the dial. (6) Turn the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to select ON, then press the dial. (7) Press MENU to make the menu display disappear. The print mark is displayed beside the data file name of the image.
To cancel writing print marks
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Select OFF in step 6, then press the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial. If the write-protect tab on the Memory Stick is set to LOCK You cannot write print marks on still images. Moving pictures You cannot write print marks on moving pictures.
Selecting cassette types
The Memory Stick does not function.
Symptom Cause and/or Corrective Actions The tape has no cassette memory. c Use a tape with cassette memory. (p. 77) The cassette memory is full. c Erase unnecessary title. (p. 79) The tape is set to prevent accidental erasure. c Slide the write-protect tab so that red portion is not visible. (p. 14) The tape has a blank portion in the recorded portion. c Superimpose the title to the recorded position. (p. 77) The cassette label is not recorded. The tape has no cassette memory. c Use a tape with cassette memory. (p. 82) The cassette memory is full. c Erase unnecessary data. (p. 83) The tape is set to prevent accidental erasure. c Slide the write-protect tab so that red portion is not visible. (p. 14) Digital program editing does not The input selector on the VCR is not set correctly. function. c Check the connection and set the input selector on the VCR again. (p. 58) The camcorder is connected to DV equipment of other than Sony. c Set it to IR. (p. 59) Setting program on a blank portion of the tape is attempted. c Set the PROGRAM again on a recorded portion. (p. 66) The camcorder and the VCR are not synchronized. c Adjust the synchronicity. (p. 64) COMMANDER is set to OFF in the menu settings. The Remote Commander supplied with your camcorder does not work. c Set it to ON. (p. 84) Something is blocking the infrared rays. c Remove the obstacle. The batteries are inserted in the battery holder with the + polarities incorrectly matching the + marks. c Insert the batteries with the correct polarity. (p. 164) The batteries are dead. c Insert new ones. (p. 164) Display is set to V-OUT/LCD in the menu settings. The picture from a TV or VCR does not appear even when your c Set it to LCD. (p. 84)
The title is not recorded. camcorder is connected to output on the TV or VCR.
Symptom Cause and/or Corrective Actions Moisture condensation has occurred. c Remove the cassette and leave your camcorder for at least one hour to acclimatize. (p. 152) Some troubles has occurred in your camcorder. c Remove the cassette and insert it again, then operate your camcorder. While charging the battery pack, the Charging is completed. (p. 11) CHARGE lamp doesnt flash. The battery pack is not properly installed. c Install it properly. Something is wrong with the battery pack. c Contact your Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service facility. The POWER switch is not set to OFF (CHG). You cannot charge the battery pack. c Set it to OFF (CHG). While charging the battery pack, the The battery pack is not properly installed. CHARGE lamp flashes. c Install it properly. Something is wrong with the battery pack. c Contact your Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service facility. The power goes off although the Charge the battery pack fully again so that the indication battery remaining indicator indicates on the battery remaining indicator is correct.
On handling tapes
Do not insert anything into the small holes on the rear of the cassette. These holes are used to sense the type and thickness of the tape and if the recording tab is in or out. Do not open the tape protect cover or touch the tape. Avoid touching or damaging the terminals. To remove dust, clean the terminals with a soft cloth.
Remove the tape, and periodically turn on the power, operate the CAMERA and VCR sections and play back a tape for about 3 minutes when your camcorder is not to be used for a long time. Clean the lens with a soft brush to remove dust. If there are fingerprints on the lens, 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 your camcorder. When you use your camcorder on a sandy beach or in a dusty place, protect it from the sand or dust. Sand or dust may cause your camcorder to malfunction, and sometimes this malfunction cannot be repaired.
AC power adaptor
Unplug the unit from the wall outlet when you are not using the unit for a long time. To disconnect the power cord, pull it out by the plug. Never pull the power cord itself. Do not operate the unit with a damaged cord or if the unit has been dropped or damaged. Do not bend the power cord forcibly, or place a heavy object on it. This will damage the cord and may cause fire or electrical shock. Prevent metallic objects from coming into contact with the metal parts of the connecting section. If this happens, a short may occur and the unit may be damaged. Always keep metal contacts clean. Do not disassemble the unit. 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. AM receivers and video equipment disturb AM reception and video operation. The unit becomes warm during use. This is not a malfunction. Do not place the unit in locations that are: Extremely hot or cold Dusty or dirty Very humid Vibrating
Use only the specified charger or video equipment with the charging function. To prevent accident from a short circuit, do not allow metal objects to come into contact with the battery terminals. Keep the battery pack away from fire. Never expose the battery pack to temperatures above 140F (60C), such as in a car parked in the sun or under direct sunlight. Keep the battery pack dry. Do not expose the battery pack to any mechanical shock. Do not disassemble nor modify the battery pack. Attach the battery pack to the video equipment securely. Charging while some capacity remains does not affect the original battery capacity.
MTF is an abbreviation of Modulation Transfer Function. The value number indicates the amount of light of a subject penetrating into the lens.
rf rg rh rj rk
t; ta ts td tf tg
rf (self-timer) button (p. 22, 107) t; SUPER NIGHTSHOT button (p. 21) ta NIGHTSHOT switch (p. 21) ts PHOTO button (p. 29, 102) td Power zoom lever (p. 19) tf FOCUS switch (p. 45) tg S VIDEO jack (p. 27, 33, 56, 114) th Grip strap
Fastening the grip strap
rg SUPER LASER LINK button (p. 28) rh MENU button (p. 84) rj EXPOSURE button (p. 44) rk FADER button (p. 37) rl BACK LIGHT button (p. 20)
Fasten the grip strap firmly.
tk tl y; ya ys yd
tj Flash (p. 30, 105) tk Photocell window for flash Do not block this window when recording. tl DV IN/OUT jack (p. 57, 114)
(USB) jack (p. 126)
ya CHARGE lamp (p. 11) ys LANC jack
yd DC IN jack (p. 11)
Identifying the parts and controls Remote Commander
The buttons that have the same name on the Remote Commander as on your camcorder function identically to the buttons on your camcorder.
1 PHOTO button (p. 29, 102) 2 DISPLAY button (p. 25) 3 Memory control buttons (p. 120) 4 SEARCH MODE button (p. 54) 5 Video control buttons (p. 26) 6 REC button (p. 15) 7 MARK button (p. 66)
qa qs qd
8 Transmitter Point toward the remote sensor to control your camcorder after turning on your camcorder. 9 ZERO SET MEMORY button (p. 50) q; START/STOP button (p. 15) qa DATA CODE button (p. 25) qs Power zoom button (p. 19) qd./> buttons (p. 54) qf AUDIO DUB button (p. 75)
To prepare the Remote Commander
Insert two size AA (R6) batteries by matching the + and polarities on the batteries to the + marks inside the battery compartment.
Notes on the Remote Commander Point the remote sensor away from strong light sources such as direct sunlight or overhead lighting. Otherwise, the Remote Commander may not function properly. Your camcorder works in the commander mode VTR 2. Commander modes 1, 2 and 3 are used to distinguish your camcorder from other Sony VCRs to avoid remote control misoperation. If you use another Sony VCR in the commander mode VTR 2, we recommend changing the commander mode or covering the sensor of the VCR with black paper.
Sony DCR-PC1E Sony DCR-PC2E Sony DCR-PC3E Sony DCR-PC4E Sony DCR-PC5E Sony DCR-PC6E Sony DCR-PC7E Sony DCR-PC10E Sony DCR-SC100E Sony DCR-TRV5E Sony DCR-TRV6E Sony DCR-TRV7E Sony DCR-TRV8E Sony DCR-TRV9E Sony DCR-TRV10E Sony DCR-TRV11E Sony DCR-TRV15E Sony DCR-TRV17E Sony DCR-TRV110E Sony DCR-TRV120E Sony DCR-TRV125E Sony DCR-TRV130E Sony DCR-TRV210E Sony DCR-TRV220E Sony DCR-TRV230E Sony DCR-TRV235E Sony DCR-TRV310E Sony DCR-TRV320E Sony DCR-TRV325E Sony DCR-TRV410E Sony DCR-TRV420E Sony DCR-TRV430E
Sony DCR-TRV510E Sony DCR-TRV520E Sony DCR-TRV530E Sony DCR-TRV725E Sony DCR-TRV890E Sony DCR-TRV7000E Sony DCR-TRV7100E Sony DCR-TRV8000E Sony DCR-TRV8100E Sony DCR-VX700E Sony DCR-VX1000E Sony DCR-VX9000E Sony DSR-200P
Panasonic NV-DA1 Panasonic NV-DS1 Panasonic NV-DS5 Panasonic NV-DS8 Panasonic NV-DS11 Panasonic NV-DS12 Panasonic NV-DS15 Panasonic NV-DS25 Panasonic NV-DS27 Panasonic NV-DS33 Panasonic NV-DS35 Panasonic NV-DS37 Panasonic NV-DS55 Panasonic NV-DS77 Panasonic NV-DS88
JVC GR-DV1 JVC GR-DV3 JVC GR-DVF1 JVC GR-DVF10 JVC GR-DVJ70 JVC GR-DVL20 JVC GR-DVL30 JVC GR-DVL40 JVC GR-DVL100 JVC GR-DVL108 JVC GR-DVL140 JVC GR-DVL150 JVC GR-DVL300 JVC GR-DVL308 JVC GR-DVL355 JVC GR-DVL450 JVC GR-DVL555 JVC GR-DVL9000 JVC GR-DVL9200 JVC GR-DVL9500 JVC GR-DVL9700 JVC GR-DVM1 JVC GR-DVM5 JVC GR-DVP1 JVC GR-DVX JVC GR-DVX4 JVC GR-DVX7 JVC GR-DVX8 JVC GR-DVX9 JVC GR-DVX44 JVC GR-DVX77 JVC GY-DV500E
Thomson VMD2 Thomson VMD3 Thomson VMD8 VDM8 Thomson VMD10 VDM10 Thomson VMD120 VDM120
Metz CC34 Metz CD34 Metz CE34 Metz CF34 Metz CG34
Grundig DLC1 Grunding DLC10 Grundig DLC20 Grundig DLC1000 Grundig DLC1500 Grundig DLC1505
Canon MV 1 Canon MV 3 Canon MV 3MC Canon MV 10 Canon MV 20 Canon MV 30 Canon MV 100 Canon MV 200 Canon MV 300 Canon MV 400 Canon MV 425 Canon MV 430 Canon MV 450
Panasonic NV-DS99 Panasonic NV-DX1 Panasonic NV-DX100 Panasonic NV-EX1 Panasonic NV-EX3 Panasonic NV-EZ10 Panasonic NV-EZ30 Panasonic NV-MX1 Panasonic MV-MX5 Panasonic NV-MX12 Panasonic NV-MX400 Panasonic NV-MX450
Compatibility list with the DV Max version 2.3
not compatible restrictions compatible
Camcorders With Adaptator
Sony DCR-PC7E. Adaptator VM-LM7
Sony DCR-IP5 Sony DCR-IP7 Sony DCR-PC8E Sony DCR-PC9E Sony DCR-PC100E Sony DCR-PC101E Sony DCR-PC110E Sony DCR-PC120E Sony DCR-TRV20E Sony DCR-TRV25E Sony DCR-TRV30E Sony DCR-TRV50E Sony DCR-TRV240E Sony DCR-TRV330E Sony DCR-TRV620E Sony DCR-TRV720E
Canon MV 3i Canon MV 3iMC Canon MV 4i Canon MV 4iMC Canon MV 5i Canon MV 5iMC Canon MV 20i Canon MV 30i Canon MV 200i Canon MV 300i Canon MV 400i Canon MV 430i Canon MV Canon450i Canon MV 500i Canon MV 1 Canon MV 530i Canon MV 3 Canon MV 550i Canon MV X1i Canon XM-1 Canon XL-1 Canon XL-1S
Panasonic AG-DVC15E Panasonic AG-DVC200 Panasonic AG-EZ35 Panasonic NV-DS28 Panasonic NV-DS30 Panasonic NV-DS38 Panasonic NV-DS89 Panasonic NV-DS110 Panasonic NV-DS150 Panasonic NV-DS990 Panasonic NV-DS999 Panasonic NV-DX110EG Panasonic NV-EX215 Panasonic NV-GS3 Panasonic NV-GS5 Panasonic NV-GX7 Panasonic NV-MX7 Panasonic NV-MX8 Panasonic NV-MX300 Panasonic NV-MX350
JVC GR-DV300 JVC GR-DV2000 JVC GR-DV3000 JVC GR-DVL107 JVC GR-DVL109 JVC GR-DVL157 JVC GR-DVL167 JVC GR-DVL301 JVC GR-DVL307 JVC GR-DVL309 JVC GR-DVL357 JVC GR-DVL367 JVC GR-DVL557 JVC GR-DVL567 JVC GR-DVL767 JVC GR-DVL867 JVC GR-DVL9600E JVC GR-DVL9800E JVC GR-DVLX88 JVC GR-DVP3 JVC GR-DVP7
Canon MV 20.. Adaptator DU-200
Panasonic NV-DS1. Dockingstation Panasonic NV-DS5. Dockingstation Panasonic NV-DS27. Dockingstation Panasonic NV-DS33. Dockingstation Panasonic NV-DS35. Dockingstation Panasonic NV-DS37. Dockingstation Panasonic NV-DS55. Dockingstation Panasonic NV-DS77. Dockingstation Panasonic NV-DS99. Dockingstation Panasonic NV-DX100.. Dockingstation Panasonic NV-EX1. Dockingstation Panasonic NV-EX3. Dockingstation Metz CC34.. Adaptator Grundig DLC1.. Adaptator
Sony DCR-SC100. Serial Number < 10200 Sony DCR-TRV9E.. Serial Number < 52500 Sony DCR-VX1000E. Serial Number < 42300 Sony DCR-VX9000E. Serial Number < 15900 Panasonic NV-DS27. Serial Number < J. Panasonic NV-DS88. If bought before 2002 JVC GR-DVL140. If bought before Sept. 01 JVC GR-DVL150. If bought before Sept. 01
Sony DCR-TRV730E Sony DCR-TRV740E Sony DCR-TRV820E Sony DCR-TRV828E Sony DCR-TRV830E Sony DCR-TRV900E Sony DCR-TRV950E Sony DCR-PDX10P Sony DCR-PD100 Sony DCR-PD150AP Sony DCR-PD250P Sony DCR-VX2000E Sony DCR-RP150AP
Thomson VMD20 Thomson VMD22 Thomson VMD130 Thomson VMD140 Thomson VMD160MS Thomson VMD170 Thomson VMD270FM Thomson VMX142
JVC GR-DVX10 JVC GR-DVX88 JVC GR-DVX407 JVC GR-DVX507 JVC GR-DVX707 JVC GR-DVY550 JVC GR-DV300
Thomson VMD2 Thomson VMD5 VMD3 Thomson VMD5GR VDM8 Thomson VMD6GR VDM10 Thomson VMD9 VDM120
JVC GR-DVL355. If bought before Sept. 01 JVC GR-DVL450. If bought before Sept. 01 JVC GR-DVL555. If bought before Sept. 01 JVC GR-DVX44.. If bought before Sept. 01 JVC GR-DVX77.. If bought before Sept. 01
Kpn5000 Asko T741 MZ-NH600 CPJ-A300 Addict LE46C750r2W Printer AX4spemax Wild Arms FR-N9X ESF2410 Racing RA-311 3000EN GR-DV3000u-gr-dv3000 1 TB DW12-BFM1 Gigaset S645 Finepix J120 Watch KX-TGA807FX 240V D-EJ1000 CVP-109-107-105-700 RL34scsw C-480 Zoom PN42C450b1D ESI661 S1410 KLV-21SG2 Samsung I900 900HD XP PD-S904 WDS832C KV-14CT1E KE2080 Stage 21HT-15C 16C DV-DS161E LN40A530p1F MCI300 6 1 GE20LU10 DTL 1000 32LG2000 AEU SX-PC8 AR-NB2A PSR-500M RDD10 LAC7800R KX-TCM417B HT-P1200 CS-A95KE Wild BO 270 Ellipse Avaya 1608 RM800 Scenic 300 Pal Plcxu41 Nikkor N6006 Samsung U700 Review Price Benq E720 C2500 Acf5 Acf8 Manager G 1220 CXA-B200NK EH-5573 Road MAP IMP65 BGW 100 4 0 Driver Brew WL-175 SPD5210CC EB-1920W FOX AVA PV-GS29 Samsung SL50 STR-DE675 Pentax MZ-L ST-500 RED D8730 Digimax 370 DV5822P Thinkpad Z60M E-410 DV-HRW40 QB965W DCP-1400 CNA 145 Z20FD FX-870 RT37masw DCB-P850R Deskjet 9800 PX-708UF 20-2
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