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|przemaz||6:15pm on Friday, September 17th, 2010|
|picture quality excellant easy to use could have done with more optical zoom and better battery life|
|steloh||7:38pm on Thursday, March 11th, 2010|
|brilliant stills and video. After reading manual very easy to use. MOTHER TOOK TO LAS VEGAS FOR WEDDING AND FOUND IT BRILLIANT. AUTOMATIC FOCUS WAS SPECIALLY USEFUL. HD, easy to use Battery not lasting long|
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Notes on battery pack/AC Adaptor
The camcorder is compatible with MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 High Profile for high definition image quality (HD) recording. Therefore, you cannot play back images recorded with high definition image quality (HD) on the camcorder with the following devices; Other AVCHD format compatible devices which are not compatible with High Profile Devices which are not compatible with the AVCHD format
Be sure to remove the battery pack or the AC Adaptor after turning off the camcorder. Disconnect the AC Adaptor from the camcorder, holding both the camcorder and the DC plug.
Note on the camcorder/battery pack temperature
When the temperature of the camcorder or battery pack becomes extremely high or extremely low, you may not be able to record or play back on the camcorder, due to the
protection features of the camcorder being activated in such situations. In this case, an indicator appears on the LCD screen and the viewfinder (p.98).
When the camcoder is connected to a computer or accessories
Do not try to format the recording media of the camcorder using a computer. If you do so, your camcorder may not operate correctly. When connecting the camcorder to another device with communication cables, 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 the camcorder.
CX550/CX550V) and the hard disk (HDRXR550/XR550V) of the camcorder and the memory card are called recording media. In this manual, the DVD disc recorded with high definition image quality (HD) is called AVCHD disc. Design and specifications of your camcorder and accessories are subject to change without notice.
Confirm the model name of your camcorder
If you cannot record/play back images, perform [MEDIA FORMAT]
The model name is shown in this manual when there is a difference in specification between models. Confirm the model name on the bottom of your camcorder. The main differences in specification of this series are as follows.
Recording media Capacity of internal recording media 64 GB USB jack
If you repeat recording/deleting images for a long time, fragmentation of data occurs on the recording media. Images cannot be saved or recorded. In such a case, save your images on some type of external media first, and then perform [MEDIA FORMAT] by touching (MENU) [Show others] [MEDIA FORMAT] (under [MANAGE [YES] [YES] .
HDRCX550/ HDRCX550V* HDRXR550/ HDRXR550V*
Internal memory + memory card Internal hard disk + memory card
MEDIA] category) the desired medium
Notes on optional accessories
The model with * is equipped with GPS.
We recommend using genuine Sony accessories. Genuine Sony accessories may not be available in some countries/regions.
About this manual, illustrations and on-screen displays
The example images used in this manual 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. And, the illustrations of your camcorder and its screen indication are exaggerated or simplified for understandability. In this manual, the internal memory (HDR-
Notes on use
Do not do any of the following. Otherwise, the recording media may be damaged, recorded images may be impossible to play back or may be lost, or other malfunctions could occur. ejecting the memory card when the access lamp (p.20) is lit or flashing removing the battery pack or AC Adaptor from the camcorder, or applying mechanical shock or vibration to the camcorder when the (Movie)/ (Photo) lamps (p.21) or the access lamp (p.20) are lit or flashing When using a shoulder belt (sold separately), do not crash the camcorder against an object. Do not use your camcorder in very loud areas (HDR-XR550/XR550V).
On the drop sensor (HDR-XR550/ XR550V)
To protect the internal hard disk from shock by dropping, the camcorder has a drop sensor function (p.90). When a drop occurs, or under a non-gravity condition, the block noise made when this function is activated by the camcorder may also be recorded. If the drop sensor catches a drop repeatedly, recording/ playback may be stopped.
Note on using the camcorder at high altitudes (HDR-XR550/XR550V)
Do not turn on the camcorder in a low-pressure area, where the altitude is more than 5,000 meters (16,000 feet). Doing so may damage the internal hard disk drive of your camcorder.
When the battery is charged, disconnect the AC Adaptor from the DC IN jack of your camcorder.
Tips See page 103 on recording and playing time. When your camcorder is on, you can check the approximate amount of remaining battery power with the remaining battery indicator at the upper left on the LCD screen.
Approximate time (min.) required when you fully charge a fully discharged battery pack.
Battery pack NP-FV50(supplied) NP-FV70 NP-FV100
Charging time 390
Times measured with the camcorder at 25 C (77 F). 10 C to 30 C (50 F to 86 F) is recommended.
To remove the battery pack
Close the LCD screen. Slide the BATT (battery) release lever () and remove the battery pack ().
To use a wall outlet (wall socket) as a power source
Make the same connections as Step 1: Charging the battery pack. Even if the battery pack is attached, the battery pack is not discharged.
Charging the battery pack abroad
You can charge the battery pack in any countries/regions using the AC Adaptor supplied with your camcorder within the AC 100 V - 240 V, 50 Hz/60 Hz range.
Notes Do not use an electronic voltage transformer.
Notes on the battery pack
When you remove the battery pack or disconnect the AC Adaptor, replace the viewfinder, close the LCD (Movie)/ (Photo) lamps (p.21), the access lamp (p.20) are turned screen and make sure that the off. The /CHG (flash/charge) lamp flashes during charging under the following conditions: The battery pack is not attached correctly. The battery pack is damaged. The temperature of the battery pack is low. Remove the battery pack from your camcorder and put it in a warm place. The temperature of the battery pack is high. Remove the battery pack from your camcorder and put it in a cool place. When attaching a video light (sold separately), it is recommended that you use an NP-FV70 or NP-FV100 battery pack. We do not recommend using an NP-FV30, which only allows short recording and playback times, with your camcorder. In the default setting, the power turns off automatically if you leave your camcorder without any operation for about 5 minutes, to save battery power ([A.SHUT OFF], p.89).
Notes on the AC Adaptor
Use the nearby wall outlet (wall socket) when using the AC Adaptor. Disconnect the AC Adaptor from the wall outlet (wall socket) immediately if any malfunction occurs while using your camcorder. Do not use the AC Adaptor placed in a narrow space, such as between a wall and furniture. Do not short-circuit the DC plug of the AC Adaptor or battery terminal with any metallic objects. This may cause a malfunction.
Step 2: Turning the power on, and setting the date and time
Open the LCD screen of your camcorder.
Your camcorder is turned on and the lens cover is opened.
* Internal memory * Internal hard disk
* In the default setting, both movies and photos are recorded on this recording media. You can perform
recording, playback and editing operations on the selected medium. Tips See page 104 for the recordable time of movies. See page 105 for the number of recordable photos.
Selecting the recording media for movies
(MENU) [Show others] [MEDIA SETTINGS] (under [MANAGE MEDIA] category) [MOVIE MEDIA SET].
The [MOVIE MEDIA SET] screen appears.
Touch the desired recording media. Touch [YES]
The recording medium is changed.
Selecting the recording media for photos
(MENU) [Show others] [MEDIA SETTINGS] (under [MANAGE MEDIA] category) [PHOTO MEDIA SET].
The [PHOTO MEDIA SET] screen appears.
Touch the desired recording media.
To check the recording media settings
In either movie recording mode or photo recording mode, the media icon of the selected recording media is displayed at the top right corner of the screen.
Recording media icon
The icon displayed may vary depending on your model.
Inserting a memory card
Notes Set the recording medium to [MEMORY CARD] to record movies and/or photos on a memory card.
Types of memory card you can use with your camcorder
Only Memory Stick PRO Duo media, Memory Stick PRO-HG Duo media, SD memory cards and SDHC memory cards can be used with this camcorder. A MultiMediaCard cannot be used with this camcorder. In this manual, Memory Stick PRO Duo media and Memory Stick PRO-HG Duo media are called Memory Stick PRO Duo media. Memory cards of up to 32 GB have been verified to operate with your camcorder.
Types of Memory Stick media you can use with your camcorder
For recording movies, it is recommended that you use Memory Stick PRO Duo media of 1 GB or larger marked with:
(Memory Stick PRO Duo media)*
* Marked with Mark2 or not, either can be used.
(Memory Stick PRO-HG Duo media)
Memory Stick PRO Duo media/Memory Stick PRO-HG Duo media (This size can be used with your camcorder.)
Memory Stick PRO Duo media can be used only with Memory Stick PRO media compatible equipment. Do not attach a label or the like on Memory Stick PRO Duo media or Memory Stick Duo media adaptor.
When the S VIDEO plug (S VIDEO channel) is connected, audio signals are not output. To output audio signals, connect the white and red plugs to the audio input jack of your TV. This connection produces higher resolution images compared with the A/V connecting cable.
Notes When you play back standard definition image quality (STD) movies on a 4:3 TV that is not compatible with the 16:9 signal, record movies (MENU) with 4:3 aspect ratio. Touch [Show others] [OTHER REC SET] [SHOOTING SET] category) (under [ WIDE SELECT] [4:3] (p.80).
Tips If you turn off the TV, your camcorder is turned off simultaneously.
Tips If you connect your camcorder to the TV using more than one type of cable to output images, the order of priority of the TV input jacks is as follows: HDMI component S VIDEO video HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) is an interface to send both video/audio signals. The HDMI OUT jack outputs high quality images and digital audio.
Using BRAVIA Sync
You can operate your camcorder with the remote commander of your TV by connecting your camcorder to a BRAVIA Sync compatible TV launched in 2008 or later with the HDMI cable. You can operate the menu of your camcorder by pressing the SYNC MENU button of the remote commander of your TV. You can display index screens such as VISUAL INDEX, play selected movies or display selected photos by pressing up/
Deleting movies and photos
You can free media space by deleting movies and photos from recording media.
Notes You cannot restore images once they are deleted. Save important movies and photos in advance. Do not remove the battery pack or the AC Adaptor from your camcorder while deleting the images. It may damage the recording media. Do not eject memory card while deleting images from the memory card. You cannot delete protected movies and photos. Undo the protection of the movies and photos to delete them, before you try to delete them (p.45). The demonstration movie on your camcorder is protected. If the deleted movie is included in the Playlist (p.50), the movie added to the Playlist is deleted also from the Playlist. If the deleted movie is included in the saved Highlight Playback scenario (p.38), the movie is also deleted from the scenario.
Touch and display the mark on the movies or photos to be deleted.
Press and hold the image down on the LCD screen to confirm the image. Touch to return to the previous screen.
To delete all movies/photos at one time
In step 2, touch [ DELETE] DELETE ALL]/[ DELETE ALL] [ . [YES] [YES]
Tips You can delete an image on the playback screen OPTION MENU. from To delete all images recorded in the recording media, and recover all the recordable space of the media, format the media (p.85). Reduced-size images which enable you to view many images at the same time on an index screen are called thumbnails.
Does not use an effect.
Shoots distant subjects clearly. This setting also prevents your camcorder from focusing on glass or metal mesh in windows between the camcorder and the subject.
Fades in/out with the white effect.
The white balance is appropriately adjusted for the following recording conditions: Indoors At party scenes or studios where the lighting conditions change quickly Under video lamps in a studio, or under sodium lamps or incandescent-like color lamps
Fades in/out with the black effect.
ONE PUSH (
To cancel the fader before starting the operation, touch [OFF].
Tips When you press START/STOP, the setting is cleared. A movie recorded using [BLACK FADER] may be difficult to see in the VISUAL INDEX screen.
The white balance will be adjusted according to the ambient light. Touch [ONE PUSH]. Frame a white object such as a piece of paper, to fill the screen under the same lighting conditions as you will shoot the subject. Touch [ ]. flashes quickly. When the white balance has been adjusted and stored in the memory, the indicator stops flashing. Notes Set [WHITE BAL.] to [AUTO] or adjust the color in [ONE PUSH] under white or cool white fluorescent lamps. When you select [ONE PUSH], keep framing is flashing quickly. white objects while flashes slowly if [ONE PUSH] could not be set. keeps When [ONE PUSH] was selected, if , set [WHITE flashing after touching BAL.] to [AUTO]. If you set [WHITE BAL.], [SCENE SELECTION] is set to [AUTO].
WHITE BAL. (White balance)
You can adjust the color balance to the brightness of the recording environment.
The white balance is adjusted automatically.
OUTDOOR ( )
The white balance is appropriately adjusted for the following recording conditions: Outdoors Night views, neon signs and fireworks Sunrise or sunset Under daylight fluorescent lamps
Tips If you have changed the battery pack while [AUTO] was selected, or taken your camcorder outdoors after inside use (or vice versa), aim your camcorder at a nearby white object for about 10 seconds for better color balance adjustment. When the white balance has been set with [ONE PUSH], if the lighting conditions changed by bringing your camcorder outdoors
from inside the house, or vice versa, you need to redo the [ONE PUSH] procedure to readjust the white balance.
SPOT MTR/FCS (Spot meter/ focus)
You can adjust the brightness and focus for the selected subject simultaneously. This function enables you to use [SPOT METER] (p.73) and [SPOT FOCUS] (p.73) at the same time.
Notes [EXPOSURE] is automatically set to [MANUAL].
You can select and adjust the focal point to aim it at a subject not located at the center of the screen.
Touch the subject in the frame of which you want to adjust the brightness and focus. To adjust the brightness and focus automatically, touch [AUTO].
Touch the subject in the frame of which you want to adjust the focus. To adjust the focus automatically, touch [AUTO].
Notes [EXPOSURE] and [FOCUS] are automatically set to [MANUAL].
Notes [FOCUS] is automatically set to [MANUAL].
You can fix the brightness of a picture manually. Adjust the brightness when the subject is too bright or too dark.
SPOT METER (Flexible spot meter)
You can adjust and fix the exposure to the subject, so that it is recorded in suitable brightness even when there is strong contrast between the subject and the background, such as subjects in the spotlight on stage.
Touch / to adjust the brightness. To adjust the exposure automatically, touch [AUTO].
Tips You can also adjust manually by using the MANUAL dial (p.31).
Touch the subject in the frame of which you want to adjust the exposure. To return the setting to automatic exposure,
You can adjust the focus manually. You can select this function also when you want to focus on a certain subject intentionally.
This is useful to shoot small subjects, such as flowers or insects. You can blur out backgrounds and the subject stands out clearer. OFF
Cancels TELE MACRO. (TELE MACRO is also canceled when you move the zoom lever to the W side.)
Touch (nearby subject)/ (distant subject) to adjust the focus. To adjust the focus automatically, touch [AUTO].
Notes When you set [FOCUS] to [MANUAL], appears. The minimum possible distance between camcorder and subject while maintaining sharp focus is about 1cm (about 13/32 in.) for wide angle and about 80cm (about 31 1/2 in.) for telephoto.
ON ( )
The zoom (p.26) moves to the top of the T (telephoto) side automatically and allows recording subjects at a close distance down to about 32cm (12 5/8 in.).
Tips appears when the focus cannot be adjusted any closer, and appears when the focus cannot be adjusted farther away. It is easier to focus on the subject by moving the power zoom lever towards T (telephoto) to adjust the focus, then towards W (wide angle) to adjust the zoom for recording. When you want to record a subject at close range, move the power zoom lever to W (wide angle), then adjust the focus. The focal distance information (distance at which the subject is focused on; used as a guide if it is dark and focus adjustment is difficult) appears for a few seconds in the following cases. (This information will not display correctly if a conversion lens (sold separately) is being used.) When the focus mode is switched from automatic to manual When you set focus manually You can also adjust manually by using the MANUAL dial (p.31).
WIDE CONVERSION ( )
Select this when you use a wide-conversion lens.
TELE CONVERSION ( )
Select this when you use a tele-conversion lens. Note The built-in flash is not flashed when [CONVERSION LENS] is set to other than
Tips For better face detection performance, shoot the subject(s) under the following conditions: Shoot in a sufficiently bright place The subject(s) does not wear glasses, a hat or mask The subject(s) faces directly towards the camera The detected faces are recorded in Face Index, however, some faces may not be. Also, there
is a limit to the number of faces that can be recorded in Face Index. To play back from the Face Index, see page 37.
Selects the priority subject for the face detection or the smile shutter. Adjusts focus/color/exposure automatically for the selected faces. AUTO
Detects faces automatically.
the setting of your camcorder. When [DUAL CAPTURE] is selected, appears on the screen in movie recording when movie standby, and changes into recording starts.
Sets the smile detection sensitivity using the Smile Shutter function. HIGH
Detects even a slight smile.
Detects with priority on a childs face.
Detects a normal smile. Detects a big smile.
Detects with priority on an adults face.
Tips When you specify the priority subject by touching the detection frame on the LCD screen, the face with a double-lined frame has priority (p.28).
AUDIO REC SET
BLT-IN ZOOM MIC (Built-in zoom microphone)
You can record a movie with vivid sound appropriate to the zoom position. OFF
The microphone does not record sound following zooming in or out.
The shutter is released when the camcorder detects a smile (Smile Shutter). DUAL CAPTURE ( )
Only during movie recording, the shutter is released automatically, when the camcorder detects a smile.
The microphone records sound following zooming in or out.
ALWAYS ON (
The shutter is released when the camcorder detects a smile whenever the camcorder is in recording mode.
MICREF LEVEL (Microphone reference level)
You can select the microphone level for recording sound. NORMAL
Records various ambient sounds, converting them into the appropriate level.
Smiles are not detected, so photos are not recorded automatically. Notes Smiles may not be detected depending on recording conditions, subject conditions, and
LOW ( )
Records ambient sound faithfully. Select [LOW] when you want to record an exciting and powerful sound in a concert hall, etc. (This setting is not suitable for recording conversations.)
AUTO BACK LIGHT
Your camcorder adjusts the exposure for backlit subjects automatically. ON
Adjusts the exposure for backlit subjects automatically.
You can change the recording sound format. 5.1ch SURROUND ( 2ch STEREO ( ) )
Records sound in 5.1ch surround. Records sound in 2ch stereo.
Does not adjust the exposure for backlit subjects.
You can select an item you want to set to the MANUAL dial. For details, see page 31.
When using the NightShot (p.30) function, you can record clearer images by activating [NIGHTSHOT LIGHT], which emits infrared light (invisible). ON
Emits infrared light.
OTHER REC SET
You can select the maximum zoom level. Note that the image quality decreases when you use the digital zoom.
Does not emit infrared light. Notes Do not cover the infrared port (p.121) with your fingers or other objects. Remove the conversion lens (sold separately). The maximum shooting distance using [NIGHTSHOT LIGHT] is about 3 m (10 feet).
The zooming zone appears when you select .
Up to 14 zoom is performed.
Up to 120 zoom is performed digitally. Note When [ STEADYSHOT] is set to other than [ACTIVE], up to 10 zoom is performed optically.
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. Refer to the instruction manuals of the TV. OFF
Records in ordinary color range.
(Items for recording photos)
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. 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. X.V.COLOR] cannot be set to [ON]: [ When recording standard definition image quality (STD) movies While recording a movie
Tips Only the information of the medium selected on [MOVIE MEDIA SET] (p.18) is displayed. Change the medium setting if necessary.
Formatting deletes all the movies and photos to recover recordable free space. Select the recording media to be formatted,. touch [YES] [YES]
Notes Connect your camcorder to the wall outlet (wall socket) using AC Adaptor supplied for this operation (p.14). To avoid the loss of important images, you should save them before formatting the recording media. Protected movies and photos will also be deleted. While [Executing] is displayed, do not close the LCD screen, operate the buttons on the camcorder, disconnect the AC Adaptor, or eject
Notes Connect the AC Adaptor to the wall outlet (wall socket). You cannot perform [EMPTY] unless you connect the AC Adaptor to the wall outlet (wall socket). To avoid the loss of important images, they should be saved on a computer or other devices before performing [EMPTY]. Disconnect all cables except the AC Adaptor. Do not disconnect the AC Adaptor during the operation. While deleting data, do not apply any vibrations or shocks to your camcorder. The actual performing time for deleting data is as follows; HDR-CX550/CX550V: about 6 minutes HDR-XR550/XR550V: about 120 minutes If you stop performing [EMPTY] while [Executing] appears, be sure to complete the operation by performing [MEDIA FORMAT]
or [EMPTY] when you use the camcorder next
(Other setup items)
REPAIR IMG.DB F.
See page 96, 101. See Using menus (p.66) on the operation. The default settings are marked with.
You can adjust the volume of playback /. sound by touching
A melody sounds when you start/stop recording, or operate the touch panel.
Cancels the melody.
You can adjust the brightness of the LCD /. screen by touching
Tips This adjustment does not affect the recorded images in any way.
LCD BL LEVEL (LCD backlight level)
You can select the brightness of the LCD screens backlight. NORMAL BRIGHT
Brightens the LCD screen. Notes When you connect your camcorder to the wall outlet (wall socket) using the supplied AC Adaptor, [BRIGHT] is automatically selected for the setting. When you select [BRIGHT], battery life is slightly reduced during recording. If you open the LCD panel 180 degrees to face the screen outside and close the LCD panel
Set the output image resolution recorded with high definition image quality (HD).
Shows displays such as the time code on the LCD screen or viewfinder, and on the TV screen.
Outputs the 1080p signal.
See page 15.
Outputs the 1080i signal.
You can adjust a time difference without stopping the clock. Set your local area when using your camcorder in other time zones. Refer to the world time difference on page 108.
Outputs the 720p signal.
AUTO CLOCK ADJ (Auto clock adjustment) (HDR-CX550V/XR550V)
See page 56.
AUTO AREA ADJ (Auto area adjustment) (HDR-CX550V/XR550V)
When your camcorder is connected to a wall outlet (wall socket), a demonstration movie appear about 10 minutes after you turn on the (Movie) lamp by pressing MODE. ON
The demonstration appears.
You can change this setting without stopping the clock. Set to [ON] to move the time forward 1 hour. OFF ON
Sets the DST SET. Does not set the DST SET.
The demonstration does not appear. Notes In the default setting, the demonstration movie is in the VISUAL INDEX. If you delete the demonstration movie, you cannot recover it. A movie you have recorded will be registered as the demonstration movie if it satisfies all of the following conditions. The movie is protected The movie is the first one displayed on the VISUAL INDEX screen The movie is saved on the internal recording media The movie is recorded with high definition image quality (HD)
You can select the language to be used on the LCD screen.
Tips Your camcorder offers [ENG[SIMP]] (simplified English) for when you cannot find your native tongue among the options.
A.SHUT OFF (Auto shut off )
You can set your camcorder to turn off automatically when you do not operate your camcorder for more than about 5 minutes. 5min
The camcorder turns off automatically.
The camcorder does not turn off automatically. Notes When you connect your camcorder to a wall outlet (wall socket), [A.SHUT OFF] is automatically set to [NEVER].
Tips When you set this item to [ON] and touch , the demonstration starts playing. The demonstration will be suspended: When you press START/STOP or PHOTO When you touch the screen during the demonstration (The demonstration starts again after about 10 minutes) (Photo) lamp When you turn on the (VIEW IMAGES) When you press
See page 115.
DROP SENSOR (HDR-XR550/XR550V)
Your camcorder detects that it is dropping, and protects the internal hard disk. ON
Activates the drop sensor. When it is detected that the camcorder is dropping, you may not be able to record or play back images correctly, to protect the internal hard disk. appears. When dropping is detected,
Reinsert the memory card a few times. If even then the indicator flashes, the memory card could be damaged. Try with another memory card.
Inconsistencies found in Image Database File. Do you want to repair the Image Database File? The Image Database File is damaged. Do you want to repair the Image Database File? Inconsistencies found in Image Database File. Cannot record or play HD movies. Do you want to repair the Image Database File?
This memory card is not formatted correctly.
Format the memory card (p.85). Note that if you format the memory card, all the recorded movies and photos are deleted.
Still picture folder is full. Cannot record still pictures.
The management file is damaged, and you cannot record movies or photos. Touch [YES] to repair. You can record photos on a memory card.
You cannot create folders exceeding 999MSDCF. You cannot create or delete created folders using your camcorder. Format the memory card (p.85), or delete folders using your computer.
This memory card may not be able to record or play movies.
Use a memory card recommended for your camcorder (p.19).
This memory card may not be able to record or play images correctly.
Do not eject the memory card during writing. Data may be damaged.
Reinsert the memory card, and follow the instructions on the LCD screen.
No further selection is possible.
You can select only 100 images at one time for: Deleting movies/photos Protecting movies/photos, or releasing the protection Dubbing movies Copying photos Editing the Playlist of high definition image quality (HD) movies
You tried to delete protected data. Release the protection of the data.
Recording time of movies/number of recordable photos
HD stands for high definition image quality, and STD stands for standard image quality.
Expected time of recording and playback with each battery pack
Approximate time available when you use a fully charged battery pack. HDR-CX550/CX550V
(unit: minute) Battery pack Image quality NP-FV50 (supplied) NP-FV70 NP-FV100 Continuous recording time HD STD Typical recording time HD STD 225 310
Typical recording time shows the time when you repeat recording start/stop, switching the MODE lamp, and zooming. Times measured when using the camcorder at 25 C (77 F). 10 C to 30 C (50 F to 86 F) is recommended. The recording and playback time will be shorter when you use your camcorder in low temperatures. The recording and playback time will be shorter depending on the conditions under which you use your camcorder.
(unit: minute) Battery pack Image quality NP-FV50 (supplied) NP-FV70 NP-FV100 HD STD Additional information
(unit: minute) Battery pack Image quality NP-FV50 (supplied) NP-FV70 NP-FV100
Continuous recording time HD STD 405 555
Typical recording time HD STD 200 275
Top: When the LCD screen is opened Bottom: When recording with the viewfinder without opening the LCD screen Each recording time is measured when the [ REC MODE] is set to HQ.
HD 650 710
STD 830 925
Top: When the LCD screen is opened Bottom: When playing with the viewfinder without opening the LCD screen
Expected recording time of movies
HDR-CX550/CX550V High definition image quality (HD) in h (hour) and m (minute)
Recording mode [HD FX] [HD FH] [HD HQ] [HD LP] (5.1ch)* [HD LP] (2ch)* Recording time HDR-CX550 HDR-CX550V 6h5m 6h 7 h 45 m 7 h 40 m 15 h 50 m 15 h 35 m 25 h 35 m 25 h 15 m 26 h 55 m 26 h 35 m
Standard definition image quality (STD) in h (hour) and m (minute)
Recording mode [STD HQ] (5.1ch)* [STD HQ] (2ch)* Recording time HDR-XR550 HDR-XR550V 59 h 40 m 59 h 20 m 61 h 20 m 61 h 10 m
* You can change the recording sound format with
[AUDIO MODE] (p.79).
Recording mode [STD HQ] (5.1ch)* [STD HQ] (2ch)* Recording time HDR-CX550 HDR-CX550V 15 h 50 m 15 h 35 m 16 h 15 m 16 h 5 m
Internal hard disk
HDR-XR550/XR550V High definition image quality (HD) in h (hour) and m (minute)
Recording mode [HD FX] [HD FH] [HD HQ] [HD LP] (5.1ch)* [HD LP] (2ch)* Recording time HDR-XRh 29 h 20 m 59 h 30 m 96 h 30 m 101 h 20 m HDR-XR550V 22 h 50 m 29 h 10 m 59 h 20 m 96 h 10 m 101 h
Tips You can record movies of a maximum of 3,999 scenes with high definition image quality (HD), and 9,999 scenes with standard definition image quality (STD). The maximum continuous recording time of movies is approximately 13 hours. If you want to record up to the maximum recording time indicated in the table, you need to delete the demonstration movie on your camcorder. Your camcorder uses the VBR (Variable Bit Rate) format to automatically adjust image quality to suit the recording scene. This technology causes fluctuations in the recording time of the media. Movies containing quickly moving and complex images are recorded at a higher bit-rate, and this reduces the overall recording time.
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