Sony CMR-PC1 USB user manual

User manual for the device Sony CMR-PC1 USB

Device: Sony CMR-PC1 USB
Size: 0,52 MB
Date of adding : 2013-12-20 15:09:14
Number of pages: 112
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3-065-554-13(1)
USB Camera
GB
Operating Instructions
FR
Mode d’emploi
DE
Bedienung sanleitung
ES
Guía de instrucciones
IT
Istruzioni per l’uso
CMR-PC1 USB
 2000 by Sony Corporation

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English WARNING For the Customers in Germany Directive: EMC Directive 89/336/EEC.92/ To prevent fire or shock 31/EEC hazard, do not expose the This equipment complies with the EMC unit to rain or moisture. regulations when used under the following circumstances: • Residential area To avoid electrical shock, • Business district • Light-industry district do not open the cabinet. (This equipment complies with the EMC Refer servicing to qualified standard regulations EN55022 Class B.) personnel only

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English Table of Contents English Table of Contents Introduction ..........................................................................4 System Requirements .........................................................4 Checking Kit Contents ........................................................4 Identifying the Parts ............................................................5 Required Settings Before You Can Use Your Camera .....6 Installing the Drivers, “Camera Setting Utility” and “SONY U

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Introduction With your camera you can shoot both video clips and still pictures. Recorded moving pictures can be sent as video mail, or still pictures can be included in reports* on meetings in order to convey the atmosphere of the meeting, etc. * Smart Write must be installed. System Requirements The following system requirements must be met in order to use this camera. ❑ CPU: Pentium MMX 200 MHz or faster. (Celeron 533 MHz or faster is recommended.) ❑ OS: Windows 98, Windows 98 SE, Windows 20

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• USB camera “Operating Instructions” (this manual) • Quick Start • Pouch • Camera monitor mount • Microphone • Warranty card Identifying the Parts Front Focus ring Lens Arm plate Rear CAPTURE button GB 5

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Required Settings Before You Can Use Your Camera Using the supplied install disc, you must first install the necessary drivers and software on the computer. Installing the Drivers, “Camera Setting Utility” and “SONY USB CAMERA Viewer” This section describes the procedures for installing the drivers required to connect your camera and the “Camera Setting Utility” software used for setting your camera and the “SONY USB CAMERA Viewer” software used for testing any of the camera’s functions. Your ca

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5 When “SONY USB CAMERA Installer Setup Wizard” window appears, select [Next] to continue. 6 At this point you can select the folder for installation. Enter the name of the folder in which you want to install the programs, or click [Browse] to continue (installation in “C:\Program Files\SONYUSB Camera\” is recommended). Then select [Next] to continue. Continued GB 7

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7 The installation program asks for confirmation of the installation. If it is all right to start the installation, select [Next] to continue. 8 Now the “SONY USB CAMERA Drivers and Viewer” program has been installed. Click [Close] to close and exit the installation program. 9 Restart the computer. 10 Connect the camera to the computer. For details, see “Connecting to a Notebook Computer” (page 12), or “Connecting to a Desktop Computer” (page 13). GB 8

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If the “Add New Hardware Wizard” dialog box appears when you connect your camera If this happens, install drivers as follows: 1 The “Add New Hardware Wizard” searches for new drivers for the USB Composite Device. Click [Next]. 2 Select “Search for the best drive for your device” and click [Next]. 3 Insert the Sony USB Camera CD-ROM in the CD-ROM drive. 4 Select “Specify a location” and type “d:\Win98\Drivers” where “d:\” is the drive letter for your CD-ROM drive, then click [Next]. Windows start

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Uninstalling the Drivers, “Camera Setting Utility” and “SONY USB CAMERA Viewer” If installation of the drivers fails, use the following procedure to uninstall the drivers. Then perform the installation procedure again. Note First close down the software to be used with the camera. 1 Disconnect your camera from the computer. 2 Click the [Start] button on the task bar, point to [Setting], and then click [Control Panel]. The “Control Panel” appears. 3 Double-click [Add/Remove Programs] in the “Cont

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6 Click [Add/Remove]. The uninstaller starts up, and “SONY USB CAMERA Installer” appears. 7 Choose “Remove SONY USB CAMERA Installer,” and then click [Finish]. The programs and files related to the “SONY USB CAMERA Installer” are removed. 8 Click [Close]. 9 Restart the computer. GB 11

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Using Your Camera This section describes how to attach your camera to the computer and how to handle your camera. Note • Do not connect or disconnect the camera’s USB cable during startup or shut down of Windows. This could cause your camera or computer to malfunction. • Do not connect or disconnect the camera’s USB cable during startup or shut down of software used with the camera. This could result in unstable operation of the computer. Connecting to a Notebook Computer Attach your camera to t

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Connecting to a Desktop Computer Connect the USB cable from your camera to the USB connector on the desktop computer. You can connect or disconnect your camera to or from the desktop computer while the computer is powered on. For details on the location of the USB connector, please see the instruction manual for the desktop computer. Detaching the Camera Note • If you detach your camera while the computer is powered on, be sure to perform the following procedures. If this is not performed correc

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Shooting With the Camera Application software is used to shoot pictures. Be sure to install the application software in advance. 1 Connect your camera. You can connect or disconnect your camera to and from the computer while the computer is powered on. For details, see “Connecting to a Notebook Computer” (page 12) or “Connecting to a Desktop Computer” (page 13). 2 Start the application software. 3 Turn the focus ring to adjust the focus. 4 Press the CAPTURE button to shoot pictures. In addition

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Notes on Use immediately after it is brought from a On placement cold to a warm location, or if the During use or storage, do not place your temperature of the room is raised rapidly. Moisture may condense camera in the following places. It may result in malfunction. inside the camera. Wait a while before using the camera. • Places where the temperature becomes excessively high. Do not leave your camera in a car On transportation parked in direct sunlight. This could result in deformation and da

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Maintenance Cleaning the camera Cleaning discs Wipe with a dry soft cloth. If very dirty, • Fingerprints and dust on the surface use a soft cloth slightly moistened with of a disc may cause read errors. a mild detergent solution. Do not use Always retain discs in clean thinner, benzine, alcohol, etc. as these condition. can damage the finish of the camera. • For normal cleaning, hold the disc by its edge and use a soft cloth to wipe the surface from the centre out. Cleaning the lens Clean the le

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Main Specifications USB Camera Operating Conditions/Storage Conditions 350,000 pixels (310,000 effective pixels) Operating temperature: Image device 41°F to 95°F (temperature gradient 1/6” CCD (Charge Coupled Device), 18°F/h or lower) 350,000 pixels 5°C to 35°C (temperature gradient 10°C/h or lower) Lens 2 groups with 2 lenses, F2.8 Operating humidity: Focal distance f = 2.8 mm 20% to 80% RH (no condensation). (f = 40 mm, when converted into a 35 However, the relative humidity at 95°F/ mm still

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Troubleshooting Please use the following checklist for troubleshooting before consulting your dealer. Should any problem persist, please consult your nearest Sony dealer. Symptom Cause/Remedy The computer does not • The USB cable is not connected correctly. recognize my camera. t After closing any running software, connect the cable correctly. • Driver was not installed correctly. t Once uninstall the driver, reboot the computer and then attempt to install the driver again. (See page 10.) If thi

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Symptom Cause/Remedy • When your camera is connected via USB hub, sufficient The computer does not power is not supplied from the hub. recognize my camera. t Use a USB hub capable of supplying 500 mA for each port. This phenomenon is called “smear”. It is not a malfunction. When shooting a bright subject on a dark background, the image on the display shows vertical stripes radiating from the subject. When a fast moving subject is shown in the finder, step-like The image shown in the features in

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Symptom Cause/Remedy After connecting the USB • The device driver is not installed. cable, the “Add New t Click [Cancel] of the [Add New Hardware Wizard], and then Hardware Wizard” appears. remove the USB cable from the USB connector. Then install the driver by following the procedure described in “Installing the Drivers, “Camera Setting Utility” and “SONY USB CAMERA Viewer”” (see page 6). The computer does not enter Close all software in use, and then restart the computer. If restart the power


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