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Digital Video Camera Recorder
For details on the advanced operations, please refer to Handycam Handbook (PDF).
2008 Sony Corporation
Read this first
Before operating the unit, please read this manual thoroughly, and retain it for future reference.
3 meters (9.8 feet).
If static electricity or electromagnetism causes data transfer to discontinue midway (fail), restart the application or disconnect and connect the USB cable again.
To reduce fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain or moisture. Do not expose the batteries to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the like.
Disposal of Old Electrical & Electronic Equipment (Applicable in the European Union and other European countries with separate collection systems)
This symbol on the product or on its packaging indicates that this product shall not be treated as household waste. Instead it shall be handed over to the applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health, which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste handling of this product. The recycling of materials will help to conserve natural resources. For more detailed information about recycling of this product, please contact your local Civic Office, your household waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the product. Applicable Accessories: Remote Commander (DCR-SR55E/SR65E/SR75E/ SR85E)
Replace the battery with the specified type only. Otherwise, fire or injury may result.
Notice for customers in the United Kingdom
A moulded plug complying with BS1363 is fitted to this equipment for your safety and convenience. Should the fuse in the plug supplied need to be replaced, a fuse of the same rating as the supplied one and approved by ASTA or BSI to BS1362 (i.e., marked with or mark) must be used. If the plug supplied with this equipment has a detachable fuse cover, be sure to attach the fuse cover after you change the fuse. Never use the plug without the fuse cover. If you should lose the fuse cover, please contact your nearest Sony service station.
FOR CUSTOMERS IN EUROPE
The electromagnetic fields at the specific frequencies may influence the picture and sound of this unit. This product has been tested and found compliant with the limits set out in the EMC Directive for using connection cables shorter than
Disposal of waste batteries (applicable in the European Union and other European countries with separate collection systems)
This symbol on the battery or on the packaging indicates that the battery provided with this product shall not be treated as household waste. By ensuring these batteries are disposed of correctly, you will help prevent potentially
negative consequences for the environment and human health which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste handling of the battery. The recycling of the materials will help to conserve natural resources. In case of products that for safety, performance or data integrity reasons require a permanent connection with an incorporated battery, this battery should be replaced by qualified service staff only. To ensure that the battery will be treated properly, hand over the product at end-oflife to the applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. For all other batteries, please view the section on how to remove the battery from the product safely. Hand the battery over to the applicable collection point for the recycling of waste batteries. For more detailed information about recycling of this product or battery, please contact your local Civic Office, your household waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the product. Notice for the customers in the countries applying EU Directives The manufacturer of this product is Sony Corporation, 1-7-1 Konan Minato-ku Tokyo, 108-0075 Japan. The Authorized Representative for EMC and product safety is Sony Deutschland GmbH, Hedelfinger Strasse 61, 70327 Stuttgart, Germany. For any service or guarantee matters please refer to the addresses given in separate service or guarantee documents.
Declaration of Conformity Trade Name: SONY Model No.: DCR-SR45E, DCR-SR46E Responsible Party: Sony Electronics Inc. Address: 16530 Via Esprillo, San Diego, CA 92127 U.S.A. Telephone number: 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. Declaration of Conformity Trade Name: SONY Model No.: DCR-SR65E, DCR-SR85E Responsible Party: Sony Electronics Inc. Address: 16530 Via Esprillo, San Diego, CA 92127 U.S.A. Telephone number: 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.
is to be used with the Handycam Station Model DCRA-C200 and AC Adaptor Model AC-L200/L200B.
For customers in the U.S.A.
If you have any questions about this product, you may call: Sony Customer Information Center 1-800222-SONY (7669). The number below is for the FCC related matters only.
You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not expressly approved in this manual could void your authority to operate this equipment.
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:
To the wall outlet (wall socket)
DCR-SR35E/SR36E/SR45E/SR46E DC plug
With the mark on the right
4 For DCR-SR55E/SR65E/SR75E/
DC IN jack
Open the jack cover.
Power cord (Mains lead) AC Adaptor
SR85E: Connect the power cord (mains lead) to the AC Adaptor and the wall outlet (wall socket). Insert the camcorder into the Handycam Station securely, all the way to the bottom.
setting the camcorder onto the Handycam Station, close the DC IN jack cover.
For DCR-SR35E/SR36E/SR45E/ SR46E: Connect the power cord (mains lead) to the AC Adaptor and the wall outlet (wall socket). The CHG (charge) lamp lights up and charging starts. The CHG (charge) lamp turns off when the battery is fully charged. Disconnect the AC Adaptor from the DC IN jack holding both the DC plug and the Handycam Station (DCRSR55E/SR65E/SR75E/SR85E) or your camcorder (DCR-SR35E/SR36E/SR45E/ SR46E).
Tips For DCR-SR55E/SR65E/SR75E/SR85E: Same as DCR-SR35E/SR36E/SR45E/SR46E, you can charge the battery pack by connecting the AC Adaptor to your camcorder.
you use a fully charged battery pack.
DCR-SR35E/SR36E/ DCR-SR55E/SR65E/ SR45E/SR46E SR75E/SR85E
Charging time Recording time Continuous recording time Typical recording time Playback time
Top: When the media is set to the hard disk Bottom: When the media is set to the Memory Stick PRO Duo
To remove the battery pack
Turn the POWER switch to OFF (CHG). Slide the BATT (battery) release lever and remove the battery pack.
BATT (battery) release lever
times measured under the following settings: Recording mode: [SP] The LCD backlight turns: [ON] Typical recording time shows the time when you repeat recording start/stop, turning the power on/off and zooming. On the battery pack Before changing the battery pack or removing the AC Adaptor from the camcorder, turn the POWER switch to OFF (CHG) and make sure that the (Movie) lamp/ (Still) lamp (p.11)/ACCESS lamps (p.13, 18) is turned off. The power will not be supplied from the battery as long as the AC Adaptor is connected to the DC IN jack of your camcorder or the Handycam Station (DCR-SR55E/SR65E/SR75E/ SR85E), even when the power cord (mains lead) is disconnected from the wall outlet (wall socket). On the charging/recording/playback time Times measured when using the camcorder at 25C (77 F) (10C to 30C (50 F to 86 F) is recommended). The available recording and playback time will be shorter when you use your camcorder in low temperatures.
3 Select the desired geographical
area with /
, then touch [NEXT].
4 Set [SUMMERTIME], [Y] (year), [M]
(month), [D] (day), hour and minute, then touch.
Step 3: Selecting the media
You can select the hard disk or Memory Stick PRO Duo as the recording/playback/ editing media on your camcorder. Select the media for movies and still images separately. The default setting is hard disk for movies and still images.
The media setting screen appears.
3 Select the media you want to set.
Movie Memory Stick Notes
4 Touch [YES]
The media is changed.
can do recording/playback/editing operations for the selected media only. When you want to change, reselect the media. The recordable time with [SP] recording mode (the default setting) is as follows (approx): The internal hard disk: DCR-SR35E/SR45E: 10 hours 40 minutes DCR-SR36E/SR46E/SR55E/SR65E: 14 hours 30 minutes DCR-SR75E/SR85E: 21 hours 50 minutes Memory Stick PRO Duo (4 GB) made by Sony Corporation: 80 minutes Check the number of recordable still images on the LCD screen of your camcorder (p.19).
To confirm the recording media setting
Turn the POWER switch repeatedly to light up the (Movie)/ (Still) lamp, depending on which media setting you want to check. Check the media icon on the screen.
: Hard disk : Memory Stick PRO Duo
(HOME) (MANAGE MEDIA) tab on the screen.
Inserting the Memory Stick PRO Duo
Prepare a Memory Stick PRO Duo if [MEMORY STICK] has been selected as the media. For types of Memory Stick you can use in your camcorder, see page 5.
1 Insert a Memory Stick PRO Duo. 2 Touch [MOVIE MEDIA SET] to select
the media for movies, and touch [PHOTO MEDIA SET] to select the media for still images.
Open the Memory Stick Duo cover in the direction of the arrow. Insert a Memory Stick PRO Duo into the Memory Stick Duo slot in the right orientation until it clicks. Close the Memory Stick Duo cover.
ACCESS lamp (Memory Stick PRO Duo)
2 If you have selected [MEMORY
STICK] as the movie media, turn the POWER switch until the (Movie) lamp lights up.
not open the Memory Stick Duo cover while recording. Inserting a Memory Stick PRO Duo forcibly in the wrong direction may cause a malfunction to the Memory Stick PRO Duo, Memory Stick Duo slot or image data. If [Failed to create a new Image Database File. It may be possible that there is not enough free space.] appears in step 3, format the Memory Stick PRO Duo. All recorded data on the Memory Stick PRO Duo will be deleted when you format. Be careful not to allow the Memory Stick PRO Duo to pop out and fall when you push on and remove it.
you touch the screen during
of the settings are set automatically for easy recording/playback. To cancel, press EASY again. NIGHTSHOT PLUS switch Set the NIGHTSHOT PLUS switch to ON ( appears) to record in dark places. QUICK ON button The QUICK ON lamp flashes and your camcorder goes to power saving mode (sleep mode). Press QUICK ON again to start recording next time. Your camcorder returns to recording standby in approximately 1 second. With [QUICK ON STBY], you can set the time when the camcorder turns off in sleep mode. ACCESS lamp (Hard disk) When the ACCESS lamp is lit or flashing, your camcorder is writing/ reading data.
Connecting to the devices
A/V Remote Connector / A/V OUT jack Connect with the A/V connecting cable. (USB) jack (DCR-SR35E/SR36E/SR55E/SR75E: output only) Connect with the USB cable. Active Interface Shoe (DCRSR55E/SR65E/SR75E/SR85E) The Active Interface Shoe supplies power to optional accessories such as a video light, a flash, or a microphone. The accessory can be turned on or off as you operate the POWER switch on your camcorder. Interface connector Connect your camcorder and the Handycam Station. (DCR-SR55E/SR65E/SR75E/SR85E)
Indicators displayed during recording/playback
HOME button Remaining battery (approx.) Recording status ([STBY] (standby) or [REC] (recording)) Recording mode (HQ/SP/LP) The recording/playback media Counter (hour/minute/second) Recording remaining times OPTION button VIEW IMAGES button Face Index set Image size Approximate number of recordable still images/Recording media Return button Playback mode Currently playing movie number/ Number of total recorded movies Previous/Next button Video operation buttons Data file name Currently playing still image number/ Number of total recorded still images Playback folder Displays only when the recording media of still images is a Memory Stick PRO Duo. Slide show button VISUAL INDEX button Recording/Playback
Recording still images
Viewing still images
Indicators when you made changes
Following indicators appear during recording/playback to indicate the settings of your camcorder.
Upper left Upper right
IMAGE SIZE Slide show set NightShot plus Super NightShot plus Color Slow Shutter PictBridge connecting Warning
Self-timer recording Flash/REDEYE REDUC MICREF LEVEL low WIDE SELECT BLT-IN ZOOM MIC
Picture effect Digital effect Manual focus SCENE SELECTION
Fader LCD backlight off Drop sensor off Drop sensor activated The media selected for still images
Back light White balance SteadyShot off EXPOSURE / SPOT METER TELE MACRO Face Index
Tips Indicators and their positions are approximate and differ from what you actually see. See Handycam Handbook (PDF) for details. The recording date and time is recorded automatically on the media. They are not displayed while recording. However, you can check them as [DATA CODE] during playback.
Performing various functions - OPTION
You can display the menu screen by pressing (HOME) (or )/ (OPTION). For details on the menu items, see Handycam Handbook (PDF) (p.25).
To see the explanation of the HOME MENU (HELP)
Press (HOME) (or ). Touch (HELP). The bottom of the (HELP) button turns orange.
Using the HOME MENU
You can change the operating settings for your convenience. Press (HOME) (or ) to display the menu screen.
Using the OPTION MENU
The (OPTION) menu appears like the pop-up window that appears when you right-click the mouse on a computer. Touch (OPTION), then the menu items you can set at that moment appears.
Menu items Category
1 Touch the desired category then
item to change the setting.
1 Touch the desired tab then item to
change the setting.
2 Follow the guide on the screen for
Tips If the item is not on the screen, touch / to change the page. To hide the HOME MENU screen, touch. You cannot select or activate simultaneously the grayed items in the current recording/playback situation.
2 After completing the setting, touch
the item you want is not on the screen, touch another tab. If you cannot find the item anywhere, the function is not available under the current situation. The (OPTION) menu cannot be used during Easy Handycam operation.
Items of the HOME MENU
MOVIE SETTINGS [REC MODE], [NIGHTSHOT LIGHT], [WIDE SELECT], [DIGITAL ZOOM], [STEADYSHOT], [AUTO SLW SHUTTR], [GUIDEFRAME], [ REMAINING SET], [ INDEX SET]*1
(VIEW IMAGES) category
VISUAL INDEX*1 INDEX*1 INDEX*1 PLAYLIST
DELETE*1 [ DELETE], [ DELETE] PHOTO CAPTURE MOVIE DUB [DUB by select], [DUB by date], [ DUB ALL] PHOTO [COPY by select], [COPY COPY by date] EDIT [ DELETE], PLAYLIST EDIT [ DELETE], [DIVIDE] [ ADD], [ ADD by date], [ ERASE], [ ERASE ALL], [ MOVE] [ USB CONNECT], [ USB CONNECT], [DISC BURN] [HDD], [MEMORY STICK] [HDD], [MEMORY STICK]
PRINT USB CONNECT
[ IMAGE SIZE]*1, [FILE NO.], [NIGHTSHOT LIGHT], [GUIDEFRAME], [FLASH MODE]*1*2, [FLASH LEVEL]*2, [REDEYE REDUC]*2 VIEW [DATA CODE], IMAGES SET [ DISPLAY] SOUND/ [VOLUME]*1, [BEEP]*1, DISP SET*3 [LCD BRIGHT], [LCD BL LEVEL], [LCD COLOR] OUTPUT [TV TYPE], [DISP SETTINGS OUTPUT] CLOCK/ [CLOCK SET]*1, [AREA LANG SET], [SUMMERTIME], [ LANGUAGE SET]*1 GENERAL [DEMO MODE], SET [CALIBRATION], [A.SHUT OFF], [QUICK ON STBY], [REMOTE CTRL]*2, [DROP SENSOR]
*1 You can set the item during Easy Handycam operation. *2DCR-SR55E/SR65E/SR75E/SR85E *3The menu name is changed to [SOUND SETTINGS] during Easy Handycam operation.
(MANAGE MEDIA) category
MOVIE MEDIA SET*1 PHOTO MEDIA SET*1 MEDIA INFO MEDIA FORMAT*1 REPAIR IMG.DB F.
[HDD], [MEMORY STICK] [HDD], [MEMORY STICK]
Items of the OPTION MENU
Items you can set only on the OPTION MENU will be described below. tab
[FOCUS], [SPOT FOCUS], [TELE MACRO], [EXPOSURE], [SPOT METER], [SCENE SELECTION], [WHITE BAL.], [COLOR SLOW SHTR], [S. NIGHTSHOT PLS]
Due to the limited capacity of the media, make sure that you save the image data to some type of external media such as a DVD-R or a computer. You can save the images recorded on the camcorder as described below.
Using a computer
By using Picture Motion Browser on the supplied CD-ROM, you can save images recorded on your camcorder. For details, see PMB Guide on the supplied CDROM.
[FADER], [D.EFFECT], [PICT.EFFECT]
[BLT-IN ZOOM MIC], [MICREF LEVEL], [SELF-TIMER]
Creating a DVD with One Touch (One Touch Disc Burn)
You can save images recorded on the hard disk of the camcorder directly to a DVD with ease by pressing (DISC BURN) button.
(A tab depends on the situation/No tab)
[SLIDE SHOW], [SLIDE SHOW SET], [COPIES], [DATE/TIME], [SIZE]
Saving images on a computer (Easy PC Back-up)
You can save images recorded on the camcorder on the hard disk of a computer.
Creating a DVD with selected images
You can save images imported to your computer on a DVD. You can also edit those images.
Connecting your camcorder to other devices
For details, see Handycam Handbook (PDF).
Connecting with the A/V connecting cable
You can dub to VCRs, DVD/HDD recorders.
Connecting with the USB cable
You can dub to movie dubbing compatible DVD writers, etc.
Tips can dub movies or copy still images from the hard disk to a Memory Stick PRO Duo.
Touch (HOME) (OTHERS) [MOVIE DUB]/[PHOTO COPY].
Select the media which contains the images you want to delete before the operation (p.12).
(HOME) [DELETE]. DELETE]. DELETE].
2 Touch [ 3 Touch [
4 Touch the movie to be deleted.
The selected movie is marked with.
To delete all movies at one time
In step 3, touch [ DELETE ALL] [YES] [YES] .
To delete the still images
In step 2, touch [ DELETE]. Touch [ DELETE], then touch the still image to be deleted. The selected still image is marked with. Touch [YES] . Tips To delete all still images on the media, in step , touch [ DELETE ALL] [YES] [YES] .
Performing with a computer
Handbook/software to be installed
Handycam Handbook (PDF)
Handycam Handbook (PDF) explains in detail about your camcorder and its practical use.
Picture Motion Browser (only for Windows users) Select the desired language and the model name of your Handycam, then click [Handycam Handbook (PDF)]. Installation starts. When the installation is completed, the short-cut icon of Handycam Handbook (PDF) appears on the desktop of your computer. The model name of your Handycam is printed on its bottom surface. Click [Exit] [Exit], then remove the CDROM from the disc drive of your computer. To view Handycam Handbook (PDF), double click the short-cut icon.
Picture Motion Browser is the supplied software. You can enjoy the following operations.
a DVD with one touch operation images to a computer Editing the imported images Creating a DVD
supplied software Picture Motion Browser is not supported by Macintosh computers. To use a Macintosh computer connected to your camcorder, see the following website for details. http://guide.d-imaging.sony.co.jp/mac/ms/us/
Tips Macintosh users, follow the steps below. Turn on the computer. Place the CD-ROM (supplied) in the disc drive of your computer. Open the [Handbook] folder in the CD-ROM, double-click the [GB] folder and then drag-and-drop the Handycam Handbook on the computer. To view Handycam Handbook (PDF), double click Handbook.pdf.
Installing and viewing Handycam Handbook (PDF)
To view Handycam Handbook (PDF), you need to install Adobe Reader on your computer. Continue with the installation, even if a confirmation screen of an unknown publisher appears.
Turn on the computer. Place the CD-ROM (supplied) in the disc drive of your computer. The select screen for installation appears.
Installing Picture Motion Browser
System requirements For more information, refer to the support web site. OS: Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional SP4, Windows XP SP2*, Windows Vista*
* 64-bit editions and Starter (Edition) are not supported.
Click [Handycam Handbook]. The installation screen for Handycam Handbook (PDF) appears.
Standard installation is required. Operation is not assured if the above OS has been upgraded or in a multi-boot environment.
CPU: Intel Pentium III 1 GHz or faster Memory: 256 MB or more Hard disk: Disk volume required for installation: Approximately 500 MB (5 GB or more may be necessary when creating DVD-Videos.) Display: Minimum 1,dots Others: USB port (this must be provided as standard, Hi-Speed USB (USB 2.0 compatible) is recommended), DVD burner (CD-ROM drive is necessary for installation) Installing software You need to install the software to your Windows computer before connecting your camcorder to the computer. The installation is required only for the first time. Contents to be installed and procedures may differ depending on your OS.
Confirm that your camcorder is not connected to the computer. Turn on the computer.
Click [Install] on the installation screen of the computer. Select the language for the application to be installed, then click [Next]. As the screen to confirm the connection appears, connect your camcorder to the computer following the steps below. For DCR-SR55E/SR65E/SR75E/SR85E: Connect the AC Adaptor to the Handycam Station and a wall outlet (wall socket). Set the camcorder onto the Handycam Station, then turn the POWER switch to turn on. Connect the (USB) jack of the Handycam Station to the (USB) jack of the computer using the supplied USB cable. The [USB SELECT] screen appears automatically on the LCD screen of your camcorder. Touch [ USB CONNECT] or [ USB CONNECT] on the [USB SELECT] screen of your camcorder. For DCR-SR35E/SR36E/SR45E/SR46E: Connect the AC Adaptor to the camcorder and a wall outlet (wall socket), then turn the POWER switch to turn on. Connect the (USB) jack of the camcorder to the (USB) jack of the computer using the supplied USB cable. The [USB SELECT] screen appears automatically on the LCD screen of your camcorder. Touch [ USB CONNECT] or [ USB CONNECT] on the [USB SELECT] screen of your camcorder.
Self-diagnosis display/Warning indicators
If indicators appear on the LCD screen, check the following. If the problem persists even after you have tried a couple of times, contact your Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service facility.
C:13: / C:32: E:20: / E:31: / E:61: / E:62: / E:91: / E:94:
battery pack is not an InfoLITHIUM battery pack (H series). Use an InfoLITHIUM battery pack (H series)(p.8). Connect the DC plug of the AC Adaptor to the DC IN jack of the Handycam Station or your camcorder securely (p.8). Remove the power source. Reconnect it and operate your camcorder again. A malfunction that you cannot service has occurred. Contact your Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service facility. Inform them of the 5-digit code, which starts from E.
file is damaged or unreadable. An error may have occurred with the hard disk drive in your camcorder. Delete unnecessary images. Battery power is low. The temperature of your camcorder is getting higher or extremely high. Turn off your camcorder and leave it for a while in a cool place. The temperature of your camcorder is extremely low. Make the camcorder warm. When the indicator flashes slowly, free space for recording images are running out. No Memory Stick PRO Duo is inserted (p.12). When the indicator flashes quickly, there are not enough free space for recording images. Delete unnecessary images, or format the Memory Stick PRO Duo after storing the images on other media (p.23). The Image Database File is damaged. The Memory Stick PRO Duo is damaged. The Memory Stick PRO Duo is not formatted correctly. An incompatible Memory Stick PRO Duo is inserted.
to the Memory Stick PRO Duo was restricted on another device. There is something wrong with the flash. (DCR-SR55E/SR65E/ SR75E/SR85E) The amount of light is not sufficient, so camera-shake easily occurs. Use the flash. (DCR-SR55E/SR65E/ SR75E/SR85E) The camcorder is unsteady, so camerashake easily occurs. Hold the camcorder steady with both hands and record the image. However, note that the camera-shake warning indicator does not disappear. The media is full. Still images cannot be recorded during processing. Wait for a while, then record. Drop sensor activated. Recording/playback may be disabled.
On use and care
not use or store the camcorder and accessories in the following locations: Anywhere extremely hot, cold or humid. Never leave them exposed to temperatures above 60C (140 F), 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. On a 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 or the lens may be exposed to direct sunlight. This damages the LCD screen. Operate your camcorder on DC 6.8 V/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 gets inside the casing, unplug your camcorder and have it checked by a Sony dealer before operating it any further. Avoid rough handling, disassembling, modifying, physical shock, or impact such as hammering, dropping or stepping on the product. Be particularly careful of the lens. Keep the POWER switch setting to OFF (CHG) when you are not using your camcorder. Do not wrap your camcorder with a towel, for example, and operate it. Doing so might cause heat to build up inside. When disconnecting the power cord (mains lead), pull it by the plug and not the cord. Do not damage the power cord (mains lead) such as by placing anything heavy on it. Keep metal contacts clean. Keep the Remote Commander and button-type battery out of childrens reach. If the battery
is accidentally swallowed, consult a doctor immediately (DCR-SR55E/SR65E/SR75E/ SR85E). If the battery electrolytic liquid has leaked: consult your local authorized Sony service facility. wash off any liquid that may have contacted your skin. if any liquid gets in your eyes, wash with plenty of water and consult a doctor.
When not using your camcorder for a long time
turn it on and let it run such as by playing back or recording images for about 3 minutes. Use up the battery pack completely before storing it.
not exert excessive pressure on the LCD screen, as it may cause damage. If your camcorder is used in a cold place, a residual image may appear on the LCD screen. This is not a malfunction. While using your camcorder, the back of the LCD screen may heat up. This is not a malfunction.
To clean the LCD screen If fingerprints or dust make the LCD screen dirty, it is recommended you use a soft cloth to clean it. When you use the LCD Cleaning Kit (optional), do not apply the cleaning liquid directly to the LCD screen. Use cleaning paper moistened with the liquid.
On handling the casing
the casing is soiled, clean the camcorder body with a soft cloth lightly moistened with water, and then wipe the casing with a dry soft cloth. Avoid the following to avoid damage to the finish: Using chemicals such as thinner, benzine, alcohol, chemical cloths, repellent, insecticide and sunscreen. Handling the camcorder with above substances on your hands. Leaving the casing in contact with rubber or vinyl objects for a long period of time.
About care and storage of the lens
the surface of the lens clean with a soft cloth in the following instances: When there are fingerprints on the lens surface. In hot or humid locations. When the lens is exposed to salty air such as at the seaside. Store in a well-ventilated location subject to little dirt or dust. To prevent mold, periodically clean the lens as described above. It is recommended that you operate your camcorder about once a month to keep it in optimum state for a long time.
Insert the battery case back into the Remote Commander until it clicks.
Battery may explode if mistreated. Do not recharge, disassemble or dispose of in fire.
On charging the pre-installed rechargeable battery
Your camcorder has a pre-installed rechargeable battery to retain the date, time, and other settings even when the POWER switch is set to OFF (CHG). The pre-installed rechargeable battery is always charged while your camcorder is connected to the wall outlet (wall socket) via the AC Adaptor or while the battery pack is attached. The rechargeable battery will be fully discharged in about 3 months if you do not use your camcorder at all. Use your camcorder after charging the pre-installed rechargeable battery. However, even if the pre-installed rechargeable battery is not charged, the camcorder operation will not be affected as long as you are not recording the date. Procedures Connect your camcorder to a wall outlet (wall socket) using the supplied AC Adaptor, and leave it with the POWER switch set to OFF (CHG) for more than 24 hours.
Additional information on this product and answers to frequently asked questions can be found at our Customer Support Website.
Printed in Japan
Podcasts Options for Audio
In the studio, partner with a local tribal, community or public radio station Lists of stations: - Tribal - www.nativepublicmedia.org - Community - www.nfcb.org - Public - www.npr.org Directly to your laptop Portable devices (file or media based) Some suggested devices: Zoom H-2, Marantz Professional PMD620, M Audio MicroTrack II Other options: Mini-Disc Recorder, DAT Recorder Other ideas Skype on your desktop computer (using Pamela, Hot Recorder, Audio Hijack Pro), via phone (i.e. Gabcast.com), your video camera
Options for Video
Webcam (i.e. Logitech, Built-In) Cell Phones QuickTime Pro (For converting videos) Video Camera Some suggested cameras (for online use only): Sony DCR-SR45E 30GB Hybrid HDD/Memory Stick Handycam, Sanyo Xacti HD 700
Suggested Audio Editing Software:
Sony Sound Forge - Many different versions depending on what you want to do with it and what you want to spend. Windows based. Not good for multi-track, but really easy to use audio editing software. www.sonycreativesoftware.com/products/soundforgefamily.asp
Adobe Audition - Solid piece of audio editing software. Can be expensive. www.adobe.com/products/audition/
Garage Band - Apple users only. Part of iLife. Can add images for an enhanced podcast. www.apple.com/ilife/garageband/ Audacity - Free audio recorder and editor. Works on Macs/Windows/Unix/Linux machines. Very basic, can't even save as an MP3. http://audacity.sourceforge.net/download/
ProTools - Super expensive. Meant for advanced non-descructive multi-track audio editing. Takes forever to export audio. www.digidesign.com
Many of the recording options record in the MP3 format and most of the editors simply have an option to "Save as MP3". If either one of these is the case you should be able to move to the next step in the process. If not you can use the LAME MP3 Encoder to turn other audio files like.wav and.aiff into an MP3. www.free-codecs.com/Lame_Encoder_download.htm
Suggested Video Editing Software:
iMovie - Apple users only. Part of iLife. Limited, but very user friendly. www.apple.com/ilife/imovie Final CutPro - This is meant more for actual filmmaking. It is expensive, so unless you are thinking of making films this might be more than you'd want to invest. www.apple.com/finalcutstudio/finalcutpro/ FinalExpress - Same as Final Cut Pro, however, it is less expensive and is best for standard definition video. FCE is not good for editing HD video, but great for web video. It sells for $199 retail. www.apple.com/finalcutexpress Vegas Video - Many different versions depending on what you want to do with it and what you want to spend. Windows based. www.sonycreativesoftware.com/products/vegasfamily.asp
Most of the software listed above can export to MPEG-4, MP4 or MV4 - the formats that are used for iPods. If your software doesn't export to these formats, you can use QuickTime Pro for converting a file to be "iPod ready" or you can drag into iTunes and convert (Advanced > Create iPod or iPhone version) and then find the iTunes folder and copy out of there. QuickTime Pro gives other options and is easier to use than going the round about way with iTunes. QuickTime Pro costs about $30. www.apple.com/quicktime/pro/ Please also note that some of the subscription podcasting services will automatically convert your.mov file into "iPod ready" format as well.
Don't forget to check for educational versions or other discounts when shopping for software. If you have a friend or organization that has the software, see if you can "test-drive" before buying your own version. Make sure that your system meets all the requirements before purchasing software.
Places that will host for a fee:
Various Internet Hosting Sites - Although some won't allow you to host audio or will charge outrageous rates for throughput (the bandwidth you use), so this is not usually a good option. Amazon Web Services - They have competitive pricing and are used a lot within the media industry. http://aws.amazon.com/
Places that will host and create a feed for you for a fee:
Liberated Syndication - Price is based on usage, changing monthly if needed. www.libsyn.com
Blubrry - Monthly rate of $12. Gives usage statistics. Ad revenue options (it's up to them). www.blubrry.com
Places that will host and create a feed for you for free*:
PodBean - Free basic version with limits. Monthly subscription with less limits. www.podbean.com Our Media - Part of the Internet Archive project. Will charged based on usage and mission. May host a limited amount for free depending on the purpose. www.ourmedia.org blip.tv - Focuses on video, but will host audio too. Mainly a streaming video site, but because of their auto rss feed generator have become a popular site for podcasters. No limit on file sizes. No limit on bandwidth. Additional stats and will automatically convert to iPod format from.mov file if you pay for a monthly subscription. Ad revenue options. This is what we use for our video podcasts. We convert our.mov files to.m4v files by hand and then upload that way to save money.
DIY / Partnerships:
You can also host your audio and or video on your own server or partner with others to do so, but make sure to check with them on bandwidth limitations and file type hierarchy (some networks put audio and video at the bottom of the priority list and you can end up having delays in your end user download experience). If you want to create the rss feed using code. Here's the iTunes code that you can use which will work with other rss / podcast readers: www.apple.com/itunes/whatson/podcasts/specs.html It also has some great tips and FAQs on podcasting in general, so you may want to check it out even if you use one of the services above. We've coded our own audio podcasts since 2006.
Tracking and Statistics
Some of the subscription podcasting services will track your subscribers and usage for you. Some include demographics. If you are not using a subscription podcasting service than make use of feedburner.com. It provides much of the same information and it is free. Please note that FeedBurner was bought out by Google and integrates with Google Analytics. If you already use Google Analytics then you can use that account to manage your podcast statistics. If you don't have Google Analytics account, get one www.google.com/analytics and while you are at it apply for a Google Grant (if you are or work for a non-profit) to get FREE Google Ads. more info: www.google.com/grants
Promotion Register at these sites:
Make sure to use your FeedBurner or subscription podcasting service link when registering your podcast, so you can track your traffic.
iTunes - Open iTunes > Click on "Podcasts" on the left hand side > Click on the "Submit Podcast" icon in the center of the page. Once you are approved and added you will get a link from apple. Podcast Pickle - www.podcastpickle.com
Podcast Alley - www.podcastalley.com
Odeo - http://odeo.com/
Link to the podcast whenever you can (e-mails, blog posts, under embedded video on your site). Most browsers can read rss. You can also link directly to your iTunes listing.
Come up with a signature image for your podcast. This will be used in your iTunes listings and elsewhere. We use a.png file (that's what iTunes prefers). Example (Our image used for branding within iTunes):
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