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Handycam Handbook

Table of Contents

HDR-XR100/XR101/XR200/XR200V

2009 Sony Corporation

4-121-423-11(1)
Useful Recording Techniques Index
Using the Handycam Handbook
You will find information on using your camcorder to its fullest in this Handycam Handbook. Read the Handycam Handbook in addition to the Operating Guide (a separate volume). Information on using your camcorder connected to a computer will be found in the Operating Guide and the PMB Guide that is the Help of the supplied PMB (Picture Motion Browser) software.
Searching for information quickly
Click an item on the right edge of each page, and you will jump to the page for that item.
Useful Recording Techniques

Click here.

You can search for an item by keyword using Adobe Reader. Refer to the Help of Adobe Reader for tips on how to use Adobe Reader. You can print out the Handycam Handbook.
About this Handycam Handbook
The example images used in this Handycam Handbook for illustration purposes are captured using a digital still camera, and therefore may appear different from images and screen indicators that actually appear on your camcorder. The HDR-XR200V is used for illustrations in this book, unless otherwise mentioned. In this Handycam Handbook, the internal hard disk of your camcorder and Memory Stick PRO Duo media are called recording media. Memory Stick PRO Duo media and Memory Stick PRO-HG Duo media are both referred to as Memory Stick PRO Duo media in this manual. Design and specifications of your camcorder and accessories are subject to change without notice.

Table of contents

Using the Handycam Handbook. 2 Searching for information quickly. 2 Useful recording techniques. 6 Parts and controls. 7 Screen indicators. 10 HOME and OPTION - Taking advantage of two types of menus. 12 Using the HOME MENU. 12 Using the OPTION MENU. 12 Menu lists. 13 List of the HOME MENU. 13 List of the OPTION MENU. 14 Read this before operating your camcorder. 15 Notes on using the Hard Disk Drive Handycam. 16

Getting started

Step 1: Charging the battery pack. 18 Step 2: Turning the power on, and setting the date and time. 21 Changing the language setting. 22.

Recording/Playback

Five pieces of advice for successful recording. 23 Easy Handycam Operation) Recording and playing movies and photos easily (.. 24 Recording movies. 24 Shooting photos. 26 Playing movies. 27 Viewing photos. 29 Recording. 31 Recording movies. 31 Shooting photos. 33 Useful functions for recording movies and photos. 35 Zooming. 35 Recording sound with more presence (5.1ch surround recording). 35. Recording high quality photos during movie recording (Dual Rec). 36 Recording in dark places (NightShot) (HDR-XR200/XR200V). 36 Recording in mirror mode. 37 Recording fast action in slow-motion (SMTH SLW REC). 37 Switching the screen display, or turning the LCD backlight on/off. 38 Acquiring location information (GPS) (HDR-XR200V). 38
Playback on the camcorder. Playing movies. Viewing photos. Useful functions for playing movies and photos. Searching for a desired scene by recording location (Map Index) (HDRXR200V). Searching for desired scene by pinpoint (Film Roll Index). Searching for desired scene by face (Face Index). Playing back a digest of your movies (HIGHLIGHT PLAYBACK) (HDR-XR200/ XR200V). Searching for desired images by date (Date Index). Using PB zoom with photos. Playing back a series of photos (Slide show). Playing images on a TV. Connecting a TV using [TV CONNECT Guide]. Connecting to a high definition TV. Connecting to a non-high-definition 16:9 (wide) or 4:3 TV. Using BRAVIA Sync.

Editing

Deleting movies and photos. 56 Acquiring the current location information (HDR-XR200V). 58 Capturing a photo from a movie. 59 Dubbing/copying movies and photos from the internal hard disk to Memory Stick PRO Duo media. 60 Dubbing movies. 60 Copying photos. 61 Protecting recorded movies and photos (Protect). 62 Dividing a movie.. 63 Using the Playlist of movies. 64 Creating the Playlist. 64 Playing the Playlist. 65 Creating a disc with a DVD writer, recorder. 66 Creating a high definition image quality (HD) disc with a DVD writer, etc. (USB cable connection). 66 Creating a standard definition image quality (SD) disc with a recorder, etc. (A/V connecting cable connection). 66 Checking the battery information. 68
Utilizing recording media

Indicator Meaning HOME button (12) AUDIO MODE (74) Self-timer recording (105) GPS tracking status (38) YOUR LOCATION (58) Flash, REDEYE REDUC (78, 83) BLT-IN ZOOM MIC (104) MICREF LEVEL low (105) WIDE SELECT (74) 60 min Remaining battery Return button (12)

100/112

Bottom
Indicator Meaning FACE DETECTION (84) DETECTION SET (85) Manual focus (101) SCENE SELECTION (102) White balance (103) SteadyShot off (76, 81) SPOT MTR/FCS/SPOT METER/EXPOSURE (99, 101) TELE MACRO (100) X.V.COLOR (76) CONVERSION LENS (79, 83) OPTION button (12) VIEW IMAGES button (27, 40) Slide show button (49) 101-0005 Data file name (29, 42) Protected image (62) VISUAL INDEX button (29, 42)

Center

Indicator [STBY]/[REC] Meaning Recording status (25, 32) Photo size (80) Slide show set (49) NightShot (36) Warning (112) Playback mode (27, 40)

Upper right

Indicator Meaning Recording image quality (HD/SD) and recording mode (FH/HQ/SP/LP) (73)
Indicators and their positions are approximate and may differ from what you actually see. Some indicators may not appear depending on the model. Table of Contents Useful Recording Techniques Index
HOME and OPTION - Taking advantage of two types of menus

Using the HOME MENU

When you press the (HOME) button, the HOME MENU appears. You can change the settings of your camcorder, etc.

(HOME) (HOME) button

Using the HELP function
To see the descriptions on the HOME MENU, touch (HELP) on the HOME MENU screen. (The bottom of turns orange.) Then, touch the item you want to know about.

Using the

OPTION MENU
The OPTION MENU appears just like the pop-up window that appears when you right-click the mouse on a computer. The menu items you can change in the context appears.

(OPTION)

Touch the desired category the menu item to be changed.

Menu item

Touch the desired tab the item to change the setting.

Category

Follow the instructions on the screen. After completing the setting, touch.
After completing the setting, touch.
When the item is not on the screen, touch /. To return to the previous screen, touch. To hide the HOME MENU screen, touch. You cannot select the grayed items or settings.
Notes When the item you want is not on the screen, touch another tab. (There may be no tab.) You cannot use the OPTION MENU during Easy Handycam operation. The tabs and items that appear on the screen depend on the recording/playback status of your camcorder at the time.

Menu lists

List of the HOME MENU
USB CONNECT USB CONNECT DISC BURN DOWNLOAD MUSIC*4 TV CONNECT Guide*1 MUSIC TOOL DOWNLOAD MUSIC*1*4 EMPTY MUSIC*1*4 BATTERY INFO
p.66 p.66 Operating Guide p.46 p.50 p.46 p.46 p.46 p.68 Table of Contents

(CAMERA) category

MOVIE*1 PHOTO*1 SMTH SLW REC p.31 p.33 p.37

(VIEW IMAGES) category

VISUAL INDEX*1 MAP*1*3 FILM ROLL*1 FACE*1 PLAYLIST p.42 p.43 p.44 p.45 p.64

(MANAGE MEDIA) category

MOVIE MEDIA SET*1 PHOTO MEDIA SET*1 MEDIA INFO MEDIA FORMAT*1 REPAIR IMG.DB F. p.69 p.69 p.71 p.71 p.110, 113

(OTHERS) category

DELETE*1 DELETE DELETE YOUR LOCATION*1*3 PHOTO CAPTURE MOVIE DUB DUB DUB PHOTO COPY COPY by select COPY by date EDIT DELETE DELETE PROTECT PROTECT DIVIDE PLAYLIST EDIT ADD/ ADD p.56 p.56 p.62 p.62 p.63 p.64 p.64 p.65 p.65 p.65 p.56 p.56 p.58 p.59 p.60 p.60 p.61 p.61

(SETTINGS) category

MOVIE SETTINGS / SET*1 REC MODE AUDIO MODE NIGHTSHOT LIGHT*4 WIDE SELECT DIGITAL ZOOM STEADYSHOT AUTO SLW SHUTTR X.V.COLOR GUIDEFRAME REMAINING SET FLASH MODE*1*4 FLASH LEVEL*4 REDEYE REDUC*4 CONVERSION LENS AUTO BACK LIGHT PHOTO SETTINGS IMAGE SIZE*1 FILE NO. NIGHTSHOT LIGHT*4 STEADYSHOT*4 AUTO SLW SHUTTR GUIDEFRAME FLASH MODE*1*4 FLASH LEVEL*4 REDEYE REDUC*4 Useful Recording Techniques p.73 p.73 p.74 p.74 p.74 p.75 p.76 p.76 p.76 p.77 p.77 p.78 p.78 p.78 p.79 p.79 p.80 p.80 p.80 p.81 p.81 p.81 p.82 p.82 p.83
ADD by date/ ADD by date ERASE/ ERASE ERASE ALL/ ERASE ALL MOVE/ MOVE USB CONNECT

CONVERSION LENS AUTO BACK LIGHT FACE FUNC. SET FACE DET. SETTING SMILE SHUTTER*2 VIEW IMAGES SET / SET DATA CODE SOUND/DISP SET VOLUME*1 BEEP*1 LCD BRIGHT LCD BL LEVEL LCD COLOR OUTPUT SETTINGS TV TYPE DISP OUTPUT COMPONENT HDMI RESOLUTION CLOCK/ LANG CLOCK SET*1 AREA SET AUTO CLOCK ADJ*3 AUTO AREA ADJ*3 DST SET/SUMMERTIME LANGUAGE SET*1 GENERAL SET DEMO MODE REC LAMP*4 CALIBRATION A.SHUT OFF POWER ON BY LCD REMOTE CTRL*4 DROP SENSOR CTRL FOR HDMI
p.83 p.83 p.84 p.85 p.86 p.86 p.89 p.89 p.89 p.89 p.90 p.91 p.92 p.92 p.92 p.21 p.94 p.94 p.94 p.95 p.95 p.96 p.96 p.128 p.97 p.97 p.97 p.98 p.98

List of the

Following items are available on the OPTION MENU only. tab
SPOT MTR/FCS SPOT METER SPOT FOCUS TELE MACRO EXPOSURE FOCUS SCENE SELECTION WHITE BAL. p.99 p.99 p.100 p.100 p.101 p.101 p.102 p.103 Table of Contents

FADER p.104

Useful Recording Techniques BLT-IN ZOOM MIC MICREF LEVEL SELF-TIMER TIMING p.104 p.105 p.105 p.38
The tab depends on the situation/no tab
SLIDE SHOW SLIDE SHOW SET p.49 p.49
[SOUND/DISP SET] is changed to [SOUND SETTINGS] during Easy Handycam operation.
*1 You can set this item during Easy Handycam operation. *2 You cannot set [FRAME SETTING] during Easy Handycam operation. *3 HDR-XR200V *4 HDR-XR200/XR200V
Read this before operating your camcorder

Supplied items

The numbers in ( ) are the supplied quantity. AC Adaptor (1) Power cord (Mains lead) (1) Component A/V cable (1) A/V connecting cable (1) USB cable (1) Wireless Remote Commander (1) Only for HDR-XR200/XR200V

Battery pack

Shoe cover (HDR-XR200/XR200V)
A button-type lithium battery is already installed.
Rechargeable battery pack NP-FH60 (1) CD-ROM Handycam Application Software (1)
(software, including PMB Guide) Handbook (PDF)

Handycam

Operating Guide (1)
See page 69 for Memory Stick media you can use with this camcorder.

Using the camcorder

Do not hold the camcorder by the following parts, and also do not hold the camcorder by the jack covers.

LCD screen

The camcorder is not dustproofed, dripproofed or waterproofed. See About handling of your camcorder (p.127). Do not do any of the following when the (Movie)/ (Photo) mode lamps (p.21) or the ACCESS/access lamps (p.18, 69) are lit or flashing. Otherwise, the recording media may be damaged, recorded images may be lost or other malfunctions could occur. Ejecting the Memory Stick PRO Duo media from the camcorder Removing the battery pack or AC Adaptor from the camcorder Applying mechanical shock or vibration to the camcorder When connecting your camcorder to another device with a cable, be sure to insert the connector plug in the correct way. Pushing the plug forcibly into the terminal will damage the terminal and may result in a malfunction of your camcorder. Disconnect the AC Adaptor from the camcorder, holding both the camcorder and the DC plug. Even if the camcorder is turned off, the GPS function is working as long as the GPS switch is set to ON. Make sure that the GPS switch is set to OFF during take off and landing of an airplane (HDR-XR200V).

To fast-forward To pause/play
Tips When playback from the selected movie reaches the last movie, the screen returns to the VISUAL INDEX screen. / during pause. You can slow down the playback speed by touching adjust with / during playback. You can adjust the volume by touching The setting of [DATA CODE] is fixed to [DATE/TIME] (p.86). To change the recording media, select the recording media on [MOVIE MEDIA SET] (p.69). Protected demonstration movie has been provided on your camcorder when you buy it.

Viewing photos

On the VISUAL INDEX screen, touch the (). (Photo) tab () a desired photo
Displays the Map Index screen (p.43) (HDRXR200V)
Your camcorder starts playing the selected photo.
Previous To the VISUAL INDEX screen

Slide show/pause Next

Tips The setting of [DATA CODE] is fixed to [DATE/TIME] (p.86). To change the recording media, select the recording media on [PHOTO MEDIA SET] (p.69).
To cancel Easy Handycam operation
After you finish recording, or close menu setting screen, press EASY again. from the LCD screen. disappears
Menu settings during Easy Handycam operation
Press (HOME) to display the menu items available for setup changes. See Menu lists (p.13) on the available menu items.
Notes OPTION MENU. You cannot use the Cancel Easy Handycam operation if you want to add effects to images or change settings.
Invalid buttons during Easy Handycam operation
You cannot use some buttons/functions during Easy Handycam operation since they are automatically set. If you set an invalid operation, [Invalid during Easy Handycam operation.] may appear.
In the default setting, movies are recorded with high definition image quality (HD) on the internal hard disk (p.69, 73).
To turn on your camcorder when the LCD screen is already open, press POWER (p.21). Useful Recording Techniques
See page 117 on the recordable time of movies. The maximum continuous recordable time of movies is about 13 hours. When a movie file exceeds 2 GB, the next movie file is created automatically. You can change the recording media and image quality (p.69, 73). [ STEADYSHOT] is set as follows in the default setting. HDR-XR100/XR101: [ON] HDR-XR200/XR200V: [ACTIVE] It will take several seconds until you can start recording after you turn on the camcorder. You cannot operate your camcorder during this time. If you close the LCD screen while recording movies, the camcorder stops recording. If the ACCESS/access lamp is lit or flashing after recording is finished, it means that data is still being written onto the recording media. Do not apply shock or vibration to your camcorder, and do not remove the battery or AC Adaptor. (HOME) You can check the recordable time and the remaining capacity, etc., by touching (MANAGE MEDIA) [MEDIA INFO] (p.71). To adjust the angle of the LCD panel, first open the LCD panel 90 degrees to the camcorder (), and then adjust the angle (). If you rotate the LCD panel 180 degrees to the lens side (), you can record movies/photos in mirror mode.

Press START/STOP.
An about-3-second movie is recorded as a 12-second-slow-motion movie. [Recording] disappears, when recording is finished. Touch Touch to cancel the smooth slow recording. (OPTION) tab, then select the setting you want to change.

To change the setting

[TIMING]
Select the recording start point after START/STOP is pressed. The default setting is [3sec AFTER].

[3sec AFTER]

[3sec BEFORE]
Notes You cannot record sound with [SMTH SLW REC]. Image quality of [SMTH SLW REC] is not as good as that of normal recording.
Switching the screen display, or turning the LCD backlight on/off
Each time you press DISP, the screen indicators, such as remaining battery power, etc., turn on or off. appears. To turn off the LCD backlight, press and hold DISP down for a few seconds until This setting is practical when you use your camcorder in bright conditions or you want to save battery power. The recorded image will not be affected by the setting. To turn on the LCD disappears. backlight, press and hold DISP down for a few seconds until
Acquiring location information (GPS) (HDR-XR200V)
Set the GPS switch to ON ( appears on the LCD screen). Your camcorder starts trying to triangulate. When your camcorder triangulates successfully, it will record the location information at the time movies and photos were recorded. The movies and photos with location information will appear on a map (p.43), so that you
can remember where you recorded those movies and photos. In addition, you can acquire your current location information to check where you are at the moment (p.58).
Using the supplied software, PMB, you can display the movies and photos where you recorded them on a map. For details, see page 43. Table of Contents
Notes The indicator changes according to the strength of GPS signal reception.
Triangulating status Function off Difficult Processing
GPS indicators No indicator

GPS reception status

The Playlist is played back from the selected movie to the end, then the screen returns to the Playlist screen.
Touch. Select the destination with
To erase unnecessary movies from the Playlist
Touch (HOME) (OTHERS) [PLAYLIST EDIT]. ERASE]/[ ERASE]. Touch [ To erase all the movies from the Playlist, ERASE ALL]/[ ERASE touch [. ALL] [YES] [YES] Select the movie to be erased from the list.

Destination bar

Tips When you select multiple movies, the movies are moved following the order appearing in the Playlist. Index
Creating a disc with a DVD writer, recorder
Creating a high definition image quality (HD) disc with a DVD writer, etc. (USB cable connection)
You can save high definition image quality (HD) movies on a disc by connecting your camcorder to disc creation devices, such as a Sony DVD writer, with the USB cable. Refer also to the instruction manuals supplied with the devices to be connected. The method used to create a disc by connecting your camcorder to a Sony DVD writer with the USB cable is described here.
recorded on Memory Stick PRO Duo media on the camcorder screen. Record movies on the connected device.
For details, refer to the instruction manuals supplied with the device to be connected.
After the operation is completed, touch [END] [YES] on the camcorder screen. Disconnect the USB cable.
Connect your camcorder to the wall outlet (wall socket) using the supplied AC Adaptor for this operation (p.19). Sony DVD writer may not be available in some countries/regions.
Turn on your camcorder, and connect a DVD writer, etc. to the (USB) jack of your camcorder with the USB cable (supplied).
Notes The high definition image quality (HD) disc that you created should not be used in DVD players/recorders. Because DVD players/ recorders are not compatible with the AVCHD format, DVD players/recorders may fail to eject the disc.
Creating a standard definition image quality (SD) disc with a recorder, etc. (A/V connecting cable

connection)

The [USB SELECT] screen appears on the camcorder screen.
If the [USB SELECT] screen does not appear, touch (HOME) (OTHERS) [USB CONNECT].
Touch [ USB CONNECT] when movies are recorded on the internal hard disk, or [ USB CONNECT] when movies are
You can dub images played back on your camcorder on a disc or video cassette, by connecting your camcorder to a disc recorder, a Sony DVD writer, etc. with the A/V connecting cable. Connect the device in either way of or. Refer also to the instruction manuals supplied with the devices to be connected. Select the recording medium that contains movies and the image quality you want to dub before starting the operation (p.69, 73).
Sony DVD writer may not be available in some countries/regions.

(SETTINGS) [MOVIE SETTINGS] [DIGITAL ZOOM] a desired
The right side of the bar shows the digital zooming factor. The zooming zone appears when you select the zooming level.

HDR-XR100

OFF Up to 10 zoom is performed optically. Up to 10 zoom is performed optically, and after that, up to 20 zoom is performed digitally. Up to 10 zoom is performed optically, and after that, up to 120 zoom is performed digitally.

HDR-XR101

OFF Up to 10 zoom is performed optically. Up to 10 zoom is performed optically, and after that, up to 20 zoom is performed digitally. Up to 10 zoom is performed optically, and after that, up to 150 zoom is performed digitally. Index
OFF Up to 15 zoom is performed optically. Up to 15 zoom is performed optically, and after that, up to 30 zoom is performed digitally. Up to 15 zoom is performed optically, and after that, up to 180 zoom is performed digitally.

STEADYSHOT

You can compensate for camera shake. Set [ STEADYSHOT] to [OFF] ( ) when using a tripod (sold separately), then the image becomes natural.

ON OFF ( )

(SETTINGS) [MOVIE SETTINGS] [

STEADYSHOT] a desired

The SteadyShot function is used. The SteadyShot function is not used.
ACTIVE STANDARD OFF ( ) Provides a more powerful SteadyShot effect. Provides the SteadyShot effect under relatively stable recording conditions. The SteadyShot function is not used. Useful Recording Techniques
AUTO SLW SHUTTR (Auto Slow Shutter)
When recording in dark places, the shutter speed is automatically reduced to 1/30 second.
Steps (HOME) (SETTINGS) [MOVIE SETTINGS] [AUTO SLW SHUTTR] a desired setting
ON OFF The Auto Slow Shutter function is used. The Auto Slow Shutter function is not used.

X.V.COLOR

You can capture wider range of colors. Various colors such as the brilliant color of flowers and turquoise blue of the sea can be more faithfully reproduced.
(SETTINGS) [MOVIE SETTINGS] [X.V.COLOR] a desired setting
Index Records in ordinary color range.

OFF ON ( )

Records in x.v.Color.
Notes Set [X.V.COLOR] to [ON] when the recorded movie will be played back on an x.v.Color-compliant TV. Refer to the instruction manuals of the TV. If the movie recorded with this function [ON] is played back on a non-x.v.Color-compliant TV, the color may not be reproduced correctly.

Buttons do not work.

During Easy Handycam operation, the following buttons/functions are not available. Playback zoom (p.48) To turn on and off the LCD backlight (p.38)
(OPTION) button is not displayed.
The OPTION MENU cannot be used during Easy Handycam operation.
The menu settings have changed automatically.
During Easy Handycam operation, nearly all the menu items will be automatically set to the default settings. Some menu items, such as [ IMAGE SIZE], retain the settings that were made before Easy Handycam operation. During Easy Handycam operation, some menu items are fixed as follows. [REC MODE]: [HD SP] or [SD SP] [FRAME SETTING]: [ON] [DATA CODE]: [DATE/TIME] Some menu items retain the setting made during Easy Handycam operation even after Easy Handycam operation is finished. The following menu items return to the default settings in more than 12 hours after you close the LCD screen. [AUTO BACK LIGHT] [DROP SENSOR] [SPOT MTR/FCS] [SPOT METER] [SPOT FOCUS] [EXPOSURE] [FOCUS] [SCENE SELECTION] [WHITE BAL.] [BLT-IN ZOOM MIC] [MICREF LEVEL]
Another DVD device malfunctions when you use the supplied Wireless Remote Commander (HDR-XR200/XR200V).
Select a commander mode other than DVD 2 for your DVD device, or cover the sensor of your DVD device with black paper.

Batteries/power sources

The power abruptly turns off.
Use the AC Adaptor. In the default setting, when about 5 minutes have elapsed while you do not operate your camcorder, the camcorder is automatically turned off (A.SHUT OFF). Change the setting of [A.SHUT OFF] (p.97), or turn on the power again. Charge the battery pack (p.18).
The charge lamp does not light while the battery pack is being charged.
Close the LCD screen (p.18). Attach the battery pack to the camcorder correctly (p.18). Connect the power cord (mains lead) to the wall outlet (wall socket) properly. The battery charge is completed (p.18).

The camcorder gets warm.

The charge lamp flashes while the battery pack is being charged.
Your camcorder may become warm during operation. This is not a malfunction.

On triangulating errors

About GPS (HDR-XR200V)
The GPS (Global Positioning System) is a system that calculates geographical location from highly accurate US space satellites. This system allows you to pinpoint your exact location on the earth. The GPS satellites are located in 6 orbits, 20,000 km above the earth. The GPS system consists of 24 or more GPS satellites. A GPS receiver receives radio signals from the satellites, and calculates the current location of the receiver based on the orbital information (almanac data) and travel time of the signals, etc.
Determining a location is called triangulating. A GPS receiver can determine the locations latitude and longitude by receiving signals from 3 or more satellites.
As the positions of GPS satellites vary constantly, it may take longer to determine the location or the receiver may not be able to determine the location at all, depending on the location and time you use the camcorder. GPS is a system for determining geographic location by triangulating radio signals from GPS satellites. Avoid using the camcorder in places where radio signals are blocked or reflected, such as a shadowy place surrounded by buildings or trees, etc. Use the camcorder in open sky environments. You may not be able to record location information at locations or in situations where radio signals from the GPS satellites do not reach the camcorder as follows. In tunnels, indoors or under the shade of buildings.
If you move to another location right after setting the GPS switch to ON, it may take a longer time for the camcorder to start trianguating, compared to when you stay in the same place. Error caused by the position of GPS satellites The camcorder automatically triangulates your current location when the camcorder receives radio signals from 3 or more GPS satellites. The triangulating error allowed by the GPS satellites is about 30 m (98 feet). Depending on the environment of the location, the triangulating error can be greater. In this case, your actual location may not match the location on the map based on the GPS information. Meanwhile, the GPS satellites are controlled by the Unites States Department of Defense, and the degree of accuracy may be changed intentionally. Error during the triangulating process The camcorder acquires location information every 10 seconds during triangulating. There is a slight time difference between when the location information is acquired and when the location information is recorded on an image, therefore, the actual recording location may not match exactly the location on the map based on the GPS information.

On Memory Stick PRO Duo media
The maximum memory capacity of Memory Stick PRO Duo media that can be used with your camcorder is 16 GB.
On image data compatibility
Image data files recorded on Memory Stick PRO Duo media by your camcorder conform to the Design rule for Camera File system universal standard established by the JEITA (Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industories Association). On your camcorder, you cannot play back photos recorded on other devices (DCRTRV900 or DSC-D700/D770) that do not conform to the universal standard. (These models are not sold in some regions.) If you cannot use Memory Stick PRO Duo media that have been used with another device, format Memory Stick PRO Duo media with your camcorder (p.71). Note that formatting erases all information on the Memory Stick PRO Duo media. You may not be able to play back images with your camcorder: When playing back image data modified on your computer When playing back image data recorded with other devices
off. If you charge the battery pack outside of this temperature range, you may not be able to charge it efficiently.
To use the battery pack effectively
About the InfoLITHIUM battery pack
Your camcorder operates only with an InfoLITHIUM battery pack (H series). InfoLITHIUM H series battery packs mark. have the
Battery pack performance decreases when the ambient temperature is 10C (50F) or below, and the length of time you can use the battery pack becomes shorter. In that case, do one of the following to use the battery pack for a longer time. Put the battery pack in a pocket to warm it up, and install it on your camcorder right before you start taking shots. Use a large capacity battery pack: NP-FH70/ FH100 (sold separately). Frequent use of the LCD screen or a frequent playback, fast forward or reverse operation wears out the battery pack faster. We recommend using a large capacity battery pack: NP-FH70/FH100 (sold separately). Be sure to close the LCD screen when not recording or playing back on your camcorder. The battery pack is also consumed when your camcorder is in recording standby or playback pause. Have spare battery packs ready for 2 or 3 times the expected recording time, and make trial recordings before making the actual recording. Do not expose the battery pack to water. The battery pack is not water resistant.
What is an InfoLITHIUM battery pack?

USB cable..66 USB CONNECT.66
NightShot..36. NIGHTSHOT LIGHT..74, 80 NTSC..119
VBR..118 VIEW IMAGES SET.86 Viewing..29, 42 VISUAL INDEX. 27, 40, 42 Volume.42, 89
SCENE SELECTION.102 Screen indicators..10 Self-diagnosis display/Warning indicators.112 SELF-TIMER..105. Shooting..26, 33 Slide show..49 SLIDE SHOW SET..49 SMILE PRIORITY..85. SMILE SENSITIVITY.85. SMILE SHUTTER..85 SMTH SLW REC..37 SNOW...102 SOUND/DISP SET..89 SP...73 SPOT FOCUS..100 SPOTLIGHT..102 SPOT METER..99 SPOT MTR/FCS.99 STEADYSHOT..76, 81 SUMMERTIME..95 SUNRISE&SUNSET..102 Supplied items..15
ONE PUSH..103 OPTION MENU. 12, 14, 99 Original...60 OTHERS..56 OUTDOOR..103 OUTPUT SETTINGS..91
Wall outlet (wall socket).19 Warning messages.114 WHITE BAL..103 WHITE FADER..104 Wide angle.35 WIDE SELECT..74 Wireless Remote Commander..9
PB zoom..48. PHOTO CAPTURE..59 PHOTO COPY..61 PHOTO MEDIA SET..69 Photos.. 29, 33, 42 PHOTO SETTINGS.80. Playing.27, 40 Playlist..64 PMB Guide..2 PORTRAIT..102. Power on..21 POWER ON BY LCD..97 Precautions..122

x.v.Color.. 76, 127.

YOUR LOCATION.58

Zoom..35, 48

Additional information on this product and answers to frequently asked questions can be found at our Customer Support Website.

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HDR-XR100
80GB1 HDD High Definition Camcorder
The HDR-XR100 records stunning, 1920 x 1080 high definition video and crystal clear still photos to a built-in 80GB 1 hard disk drive.
1920 x 1080 high definition video recording: 1920 x1080 high definition resolution lets you record your memories in exceptional Sony Full High Definition quality2. 4 megapixel still image capture: 4 megapixel still image capture lets you take high resolution digital photos. 80GB hard disk drive: A built-in 80GB1 hard disk drive can record and store up to almost 32 hours of high definition video footage (HD LP mode), or up to almost 56 hours of standard definition footage(SD LP mode). In addition, HDD Smart Protection gives you peace of mind by helping to prevent any recorded video and images from being lost if the camcorder is accidentally dropped. Face Detection technology for Video Footage and Digital Still Photos: Made possible by the BIONZ image processing engine, Face Detection technology recognizes up to 8 faces anywhere in the frame and by selecting the most prominent, automatically controls focus, exposure, and color to help capture smiling faces brightly and clearly. Face Detection technology also helps make skin tones look natural without affecting other colors in the image. On AVCHD models, the camcorder allocates encoding bits on detected face areas prior to encoding other parts of the picture, making them sharper and clearer. In still picture mode, Face Detection technology sets the flash level to optimize picture clarity. Smile Shutter technology for still and dual capture: Smile Shutter technology lets the camcorder automatically take still photos when your subject smiles, even while shooting high definition video. You can also set the sensitivity and choose child, adult, or auto priority. SteadyShot image stabilization: SteadyShot image stabilization reduces blur caused by camera shake and vibration, so your images stay crisp and clear. 2.7 wide touch panel3 Clear Photo LCD Plus display: 2.7 wide (16:9) 3 touch panel Clear Photo LCD Plus display provides excellent viewing clarity with improved resolution (211K pixels). The display rotates up to 270 degrees for multiple viewing angles, as well as provides sharp, detailed images for monitoring or playback. The convenient touch panel allows easy access to menus and additional functionality such as spot focus and spot metering. Power On by opening LCD display: Power on your camcorder by simply opening the LCD display. Professional-quality Carl Zeiss VarioTessar Lens Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar lenses use highly advanced optics to deliver vivid image brilliance, true-to-life color saturation, and perfect renditions of subtle tones. 10X Optical / 120X Digital Zoom: 10X optical zoom helps to bring the action close up from far away. In addition, Digital Zoom Interpolation means that digital zooming (up to 120X) is clearer, with less distortion than previous types of digital zoom.
ADDITIONAL FEATURES 1/5 Exmor CMOS sensor with ClearVid array Dolby Digital 5.1ch recording with Built-in Zoom Mic: Dual Record with 2.3MP still image capture: Includes Sony PMB (Picture Motion Browser) software: Smooth Slow Record: x.v. Color technology for superior color: HDMI connection output: USB 2.0 interface:

Specifications

General
Imaging Device: 1/5" Exmor CMOS sensor with ClearVid array Pixel Gross: 2360K Recording Media: 80GB Non-Removeable Hard Disk Drive Memory Stick PRO Duo Media (Sold Separately) Recording and Playback Times: 80GB HDD: High Definition: FH = up to 580 min., HQ = up to 1180 min. SP = up to 1440 min., LP = up to 1830 min. Standard Definition: HQ = up to 1180 min., SP = up to 1750 min., LP = up to 3360 min Video Actual: 1430K Pixels (16:9), 1080K Pixels (4:3) Still Actual: 1490K Pixels (16:9), 1990K Pixels (4:3) Processor: BIONZ image processor Video Resolution: 1920 x 1080 Still Picture Resolution: 4 megapixel S/S & Zoom button on LCD: Yes

Optics/Lens

35mm Equivalent: 42 - 497mm (16:9), 52 608mm (4:3) Aperture: F1.8-2.2 Exposure: Yes (Touch Panel) Filter Diameter: 30mm Focal Distance: 3.2 - 32mm Focus: Full range Auto / Manual (Touch Panel) Shutter Speed: Auto (Slow Shutter ON), 1/30 1/1000; Auto (Slow Shutter OFF) 1/60 - 1/1000; Scene Selection, 1/2 - 1/1000 Optical Zoom: 10x Digital Zoom: 120x Resolution: 4 megapixel still Lens Type: Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar Minimum Illumination: 5 lux (Auto Slow Shutter ON, 1/30 Shutter Speed )

Recording Format: Dolby Digital 5.1 Microphone: Built-in Zoom Microphone
Power Consumption: 3.9W Battery Type: InfoLITHIUM with AccuPower Meter System (NP-FH60) Power Requirements: 7.2V (battery pack); 8.4V (AC Adaptor)

Convenience

Memory Stick PRO Media Compatibility: Memory Stick PRO Duo Media (Sold Separately) Still Image Mode(s): JPEG Face Detection: Yes Hybrid: Yes Quick On: Power on by LCD Dual Record: 2.3 megapixel Smile Shutter: Yes
Service and Warranty Information
Limited Warranty Term: Limited Warranty --- 1 Year Parts; 90 Days Labor

Software

Supplied Software: PMB Ver.4.2.00 Supports Windows 2000 Professional Service Pack4? SP4?, Windows XP Service Pack3?SP3?? 32bit? Windows Vista Service Pack1?SP1?? 32bit/64bit?. Not supported by Mac OS.

Convenience Features

Easy Operation: Yes Multiple Language Display: Yes Slide Show Mode: Yes Scene Mode(s): Auto, Twilight, Candle, Sunrise & Sunset, Fireworks, Landscape, Portrait, Spotlight, Beach, Snow Dynamic Range Optimizer: Yes Fader Effect(s): Black, White Face Index: Yes Film Roll Index: Yes Photo Capture from Movie: Yes x.v.Color : Yes SteadyShot Image Stabilization: SteadyShot image stabilization BRAVIA Sync : Yes

Dimensions

Weight: w/o battery: 11oz (330g), w battery: 14.5oz (410g) Measurements: 2 3/4 x 2 3/4 x 5 1/8 inch (69 x 68 x 129mm)

Supplied Accessories

AC adaptor (AC-L200) Rechargable Battery Pack (NP-FH60) Component A/V Cable A/V Connecting Cable Application Software / USB Driver / (CD-ROM) USB Cable
Format: HD: MPEG4 AVC/H.264; SD: MPEG2 Video Signal: HD: 1920 x 1080/60i; SD: NTSC color, EIA standards

Optional Accessories

Rechargeable InfoLITHIUM Batteries (NPFH50/FH70/FH100) Case (LCS-BBDB/R/L) Starter Kit (ACC-ASH6, ACC-HDH6) AC Adaptor/Charger for H series batteries (AC-VQH10) Travel Charger (BC-TRP) Wide Angle Conversion Lens (VCL-HGE07A) HDMI Cable (mini) (VMC-30MHD) Tripod (VCT-80AV) Video Light (HVL-10NH) Underwater Sports Pack (SPK-HCE) GPS Unit (GPS-CS3KA) UPC Code: 027242765238

1. 80GB available. Storage capacity may vary. A portion of the memory is used for data management functions. 2. This camcorder captures high definition footage in the AVCHD format. DVD media containing AVCHD footage should not be used with DVD based players or recorders, as the DVD player/recorder may fail to eject the media and may erase its contents without warning. DVD media containing AVCHD footage must only be played back on a compatible Blu-ray Disc devices, PC with supplied software or PLAYSTATION3 devices. 3. Viewable area measured diagonally. 9. Requires Microsoft Windows XP SP3/ Windows Vista SP1. Not supported by Mac OS. 10. Smooth Slow Record captures 3 seconds of video which play back over 12 seconds. 2008 Sony Electronics Inc. All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part without written permission is prohibited. Sony, Handycam, Optical SteadyShot, BIONZ, Clear Photo LCD Plus, Smile Shutter, AVCHD, ClearVid, x.v. Color, BRAVIA, Exmor, Memory Stick Duo and the Memory Stick logo are trademarks of Sony. Microsoft, Windows, and Windows Vista are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. Blu-ray Disc and its logo are trademarks. PLAYSTATION is a registered trademark of Sony Computer Entertainment. Dolby is a registered trademark of Dolby Laboratories. All other trademarks are trademarks of their respective owners. *Logo mentions need to be included if logo shown or listed in copy

Video Features

PhotoTV HD: Yes

Inputs and Outputs

Analog Audio/Video Output(s): Included (via A/V Remote Terminal) Digital Audio/Video Output(s): HDMI USB Port(s): Hi-speed (2.0 compliant) Component Video (Y/Pb/Pr) Output(s): Supplied (via A/V Remote jack) S-Video Output(s): Sold separately (via A/V Remote jack) HDMI Connection Output(s): Yes (mini) Audio/Video Remote Terminal: Video / S Video / Audio / Component Out / Remote

Display

LCD Screen: 2.7" wide touch panel Clear Photo LCD Plus display (211k pixels)

Hardware

Memory Stick slot: Memory Stick PRO Duo Media1 Manual / Auto Lens Cover: Manual
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