Sony DCR-TRV890E user manual

User manual for the device Sony DCR-TRV890E

Device: Sony DCR-TRV890E
Size: 9,96 MB
Date of adding : 2013-11-09 15:08:47
Number of pages: 284
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Camera Operations Guide [GB] / Mode d’emploi du caméscope [FR]
3-084-864-13(1)
GB
Camera
Operations Guide
Read this first
FR
Mode d’emploi du
caméscope
Lire ce mode d’emploi en premier
Digital Video Camera Recorder
DCR-PC330E
TM
SERIES
© 2003 Sony Corporation

Summary of the content on the page No. 2

FOR CUSTOMERS IN EUROPE Read this first Before operating the unit, please read this manual thoroughly, and retain it for future reference. WARNING To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not ATTENTION expose the unit to rain or moisture. The electromagnetic fields at the specific frequencies may influence the picture and sound of this camcorder. To avoid electrical shock, do not open the cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified This product has been tested and found compliant with personnel only

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 When you are using the touch panel, place your hand Notes on the LCD panel, viewfinder, and on the back side of the LCD panel to support it. lens Then, touch the buttons displayed on the screen.  The LCD screen and the viewfinder are manufactured using extremely high-precision technology, so over 99.99% of the pixels are operational for effective use. However, there may be some tiny black points and/ or bright points (white, red, blue, or green in color) that appear constantly on the L

Summary of the content on the page No. 4

: Features available for tape only. Table of Contents : Features available for “Memory Stick” only. Read this first ............................................................................................. 2 Quick Start Guide Recording movies on a tape ...................................................................... 8 Recording still images on a “Memory Stick”............................................. 10 Getting started Step 1: Checking supplied items...............................

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Recording in dark places – NightShot, etc............................................... 34 Adjusting the focus................................................................................... 35 Adjusting the focus for an off-center subject – SPOT FOCUS .................................. 35 Adjusting the focus manually .................................................................................... 36 Using supplementary light to focus on a still image – HOLOGRAM AF ............. 37 Adju

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Advanced operations Dubbing/Editing Connecting to a VCR or TV ...............86 Using the Menu Dubbing to another tape ..............87 Selecting menu items ........................ 56 Recording pictures from a VCR Using the (CAMERA SET) menu or TV ............................................87 – PROGRAM AE/WHITE BAL./16:9 Dubbing pictures from a tape to a WIDE, etc. .................................... 58 “Memory Stick” .............................89 Using the (MEMORY SET) menu Dubbin

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Troubleshooting Troubleshooting ...............................103 Warning indicators and messages ...111 Additional Information Using your camcorder abroad ..........115 Usable cassette tapes .....................116 About the “Memory Stick” ................117 About the “InfoLITHIUM” battery pack ............................................119 About i.LINK .....................................121 Maintenance and precautions ..........122 Specification ....................................125 Q

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Quick Start Guide Recording movies on a tape 1 Attach the charged battery pack to the camcorder. To charge the battery, see page 13. a Slide the battery release lever and b Slide the battery pack in the direction remove the battery terminal cover. of the arrow until it clicks. Battery release lever 2 Insert a cassette into the camcorder. a Slide the OPEN/ b Insert the cassette with cPress . Close the cassette lid after ZEJECT lever in its window-side facing the cassette compartment the direc

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Quick Start Guide 3 Start recording while checking the subject on the LCD screen. The date and time is not set up in the default setting. To set the date and time, see page 18. a Remove the lens cap. b Press OPEN and open the LCD panel. c While pressing the green button, slide the POWER switch down to light up the CAMERA-TAPE lamp. The power turns on. d Press START/STOP. Recording starts. To change to standby mode, press START/STOP again. 4 View the recorded picture on the LCD screen. a S

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Recording still images on a “Memory Stick” 1 Attach the charged battery pack to the camcorder. To charge the battery, see page 13. a Slide the battery release lever and b Slide the battery pack in the direction remove the battery terminal cover. of the arrow until it clicks. Battery release lever 2 Insert a “Memory Stick” into the camcorder. Insert it so that the b mark is at the bottom left corner. Push in until it clicks. b mark Quick Start Guide 10

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Quick Start Guide 3 Start recording while checking the subject on the LCD screen. The date and time is not set up in the default setting. To set the date and time, see page 18. a Remove the lens cap. b Press OPEN and open the LCD panel. c While pressing the green button, slide the POWER switch repeatedly until the CAMERA-MEMORY lamp lights up. The power turns on. d Press PHOTO lightly. A short beep sound is heard when the focus is adjusted. e Press PHOTO fully. A shutter sound is heard a

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Getting started Wireless Remote Commander (1) A button-type lithium battery is already installed. Step 1: Checking supplied items Make sure you have following items supplied with your camcorder. A/V connecting cable (1) The number in parentheses indicates the number of that item supplied. “Memory Stick” 16MB (1) USB cable (1) AC Adaptor (1) Rechargeable battery pack NP-FM30 (1) Battery terminal cover (1) Mains lead (1) CD-ROM “SPVD-010 USB Driver” (1) Cleaning cloth (1) 21-pin adaptor (1) Fo

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Getting started 1 Slide the battery release lever and Step 2: Charging the remove the battery terminal cover. battery pack You can charge the battery by attaching the “InfoLITHIUM” battery pack (M series) to your camcorder. b Notes  You cannot use batteries other than the “InfoLITHIUM” battery pack (M series) (p. 119). Battey release lever  Do not short-circuit the DC plug of the AC Adaptor with any metallic objects. This may cause a malfunction.  Use a nearby wall socket when using t

Summary of the content on the page No. 14

To check the remaining battery – Battery 6 Slide the POWER switch up to (CHG) Info OFF. DISPLAY/BATT INFO The CHG (charge) lamp lights up and charging starts. After charging the battery POWER switch OPEN The CHG (charge) lamp turns off when the You can check the battery’s current charge level battery is fully charged. Disconnect the AC Adaptor from the DC IN jack. and its current remaining recording time both during charging or when the power is turned off. To remove the battery pack 1 Se

Summary of the content on the page No. 15

Getting started Charging time Recording time when recording with the Approximate number of minutes required when viewfinder you fully charge a fully discharged battery pack Approximate number of minutes available at 25°C (77°F). (10 – 30°C (50 – 86°F) when you use a fully charged battery pack at recommended.) 25°C (77°F). Battery pack Battery pack Continuous Typical* NP-FM30 (supplied) 145 recording recording time time NP-FM50 150 NP-FM30 95 55 NP-FM70 240 (supplied) NP-QM71/QM71D 260 N

Summary of the content on the page No. 16

– The battery pack is not attached correctly. – The battery pack is damaged. Step 3: Turning the – The battery pack is fully discharged. (For Battery information only.) power on Using an outside power source You need to slide the POWER switch repeatedly to select the desired power mode to record or play. When using this camcorder for the first time, You can use the AC Adaptor as the power the [CLOCK SET] screen appears (p. 18). source when you do not want the battery to run out. While you

Summary of the content on the page No. 17

Getting started [MENU], (STANDARD SET) menu, then touch [LCD/VF SET] (p. 78). Step 4: Adjusting the 3 Adjust the item with / , then touch . LCD panel and z Tips viewfinder  If you rotate the LCD panel 180 degrees to the lens side, you can close the LCD panel with the LCD screen facing out. Adjusting the LCD panel  If you are using the battery pack for power source, you can adjust the brightness by selecting [LCD BL LEVEL] from the [LCD/VF SET] on the (STANDARD SET) menu (p. 78). 

Summary of the content on the page No. 18

To use the viewfinder during operation When you are recording on a tape or a “Memory Step 5: Setting the Stick,” you can adjust the exposure (p. 32) and fader (p. 38) while checking the image on the date and time viewfinder. Have the LCD panel rotated 180 degrees and closed with the screen facing out. Set the date and time when using this 1 Set the power mode to CAMERA-TAPE camcorder for the first time. If you do not set or CAMERA-MEMORY (p. 16). the date and time, the [CLOCK SET] screen

Summary of the content on the page No. 19

Getting started 3Touch . 8 Set [M] (month), [D] (day), hour and minute in the same way as was done in step 7, then touch . 4 Touch [MENU]. 5Select (TIME/LANGU.) with / , then touch . 6 Select [CLOCK SET] with / , then touch . 7 Set [Y] (year) with / , then touch . You can set any year up to the year 2079. Getting started 19

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2 Insert a cassette with its window-side Step 6: Inserting the facing up. recording media Window-side Inserting a cassette tape You can use mini DV cassettes only. For details on these cassettes (such as write- Push the center of the protection), see page 116. back of the cassette lightly. b Note  Do not force the cassette into the compartment. This may cause a malfunction of your camcorder. 3Press . The cassette compartment automatically 1 Slide the OPEN/ZEJECT lever in slides back in


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