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Digital Video Camera
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Pages for reference Pages for reference are indicated with an arrow, for Before Use example: (l l l l 00) Information for Your Safety ª WARNING Movie Camera To reduce the risk of fire or shock hazard and annoying ≥The rating plate is on the underside of the Movie interference, use only the recommended accessories Camera. and do not expose this equipment to rain or moisture. Do not remove the cover (or back); there are no user AC Adaptor serviceable parts inside. ≥The rating plate is on th
Contents Recording on a Card..........................................................36 Before Use Playing Back a Card ..........................................................38 Information for Your Safety ................................................. 2 Recording Pictures on a Card to a Tape ...........................39 Contents.............................................................................. 3 Slide Show.......................................................................
Standard Accessories Illustrated on the left are accessories supplied with the Movie Camera. 1) 1) AC Adaptor, DC Input Lead and AC Mains Lead (l 10) 2) Battery Pack (l 10) 3) Remote Controller and Button-Type Battery (l 8, 9) 4) Button-Type Battery for Built-In Clock (l 9) 5) Lens Cap (l 11) 6) AV Cable (l 32, 33) 7) Shoulder Strap (l 11) 2) 8) SD Memory Card (l 35) 9) Personal Computer Connection Kit (l 34) 10) USB Connection Kit Optional Accessories 1) AC Adaptor (VW-AD9E) 2) Battery Pack (Li
Getting Started 1 Charge the Battery. (l 10) 1 ≥Attach the Battery to the AC Adaptor. ≥Connect the AC Mains Lead. (Charging starts.) ≥When the Charge Lamp [CHARGE] goes off, the Battery is fully charged. 2 Attach the Charged Battery to the Movie Camera. (l 10) 2 BATT. EJECT 3 Insert the Cassette. (l 11) ≥Slide the Lever to open. 1 ≥Insert the Cassette. ≥Press the 2 Button to close the Cover. 3 1 OPEN/EJECT 2 4 Turn the Movie Camera on and start recording. (l 12, 18) ≥Set the 3 Switch to [ON].
Controls and Components 1) LCD Monitor (l 12, 53) 2) 2) Smart Accessory Shoe ≥The Video Flash (VW-FLH3E:Optional) or the Stereo Microphone (VW- BLC 1) VMS2E:Optional), etc. can be attached here. Power is supplied directly 3) STILL from the Movie Camera when using an accessory supported by the 4) Smart Accessory. Remove the Shoe Cover to attach these FADE 9) accessaories. 5) ≥Do not touch the connector part of the Smart Accessories Shoe. 6) 7) 8) 3) Backlight Button [BLC] (l 21) TITLE IN MULTI
32) Tape/Card Photoshot Selector [TAPE/CARD] (l 36) 33) Card Mode Selector [PICTURE/MPEG4/VOICE] (l 36) 32) 34) Card Slot Cover (l 35) 33) 35) Card Slot (l 35) 34) 36) Card Slot Cover Open Lever [OPEN] (l 35) 35) 37) Card Access Lamp [ACCESS] (l 35) 36) 38) Reset Button [RESET] (l 46) 39) Cassete Compartment Window 37) 40) Grip Belt (l 11) 38) 41) Shoulder Strap Holder (l 11) 39) 42) Cassette Holder (l 11) 40) 43) Upper Cassette Compartment Cover 41) 44) Cassette Eject Lever [OPEN/EJECT] (l 1
Remote Controller Using the wireless Remote Controller that is supplied with the Movie Camera, 1) most of the Movie Camera functions can be operated from a distance. START/ Buttons on the Remote Controller DATE/ PHOTO STOP OSD TIME SHOT 1) Date/Time [DATE/TIME] (l 46) 2) 2) Indication Output Button [OSD] (l 32) COUNTER RESET TITLE ZOOM 5) 3) Counter Indication Shift Button [COUNTER] (l 46) T 3) MULTI/ · REC A.DUB r P-IN-P 4) Reset Button [RESET] (l 56) 6) s 5) Recording Button [REC] V W /REW
15˚ 15˚ 15˚ 15˚ ªInserting a Button-type Battery Before using the Remote Controller, insert the supplied button-type battery. 1 While pressing the Stopper 1, pull out the Battery Holder. 1 2 Insert the button-type battery with the imprint (i) facing upward. 3 Insert the Battery Holder into the Remote Controller. ≥When the button-type battery is exhausted, replace it with a new CR2025 battery. (A battery is normally expected to last about 1 year. However, it depends on operation frequency.) ≥M
Power Supply ªUsing the AC Adaptor 1 Connect the DC Input Lead to the Movie Camera. 2 Connect the DC Input Lead to the AC Adaptor. 3 Connect the AC Mains Lead to the AC Adaptor and the AC mains socket. ≥The AC Mains Lead’s outlet plug cannot be pushed fully into the AC Adaptor socket. A gap will remain as shown 1. 1 ≥Before disconnecting the power supply, set the [OFF/ON/MODE] Switch on the Movie Camera to [OFF]. ≥It cannot be charged if DC cord is connected to AC Adapter. 1 ªUsing the Batter
Lens Cap and Grip Belt To protect the Lens surface, attach the Lens Cap. Adjust the length of the 1 2 Grip Belt to the size of your hand. 1 Pass the longer loop of the Lens Cap Cord through the attached eye on the Lens Cap. 2 Then pass the shorter loop of the Lens Cap Cord through the centre of the longer loop and pull tight. 3 3 Attach the Lens Cap to the Grip Belt. 4 Put your hand through the Grip Belt ≥The removed Lens Cap can be hooked onto the Grip Belt 1. (When you are not recording,
Turning on the Movie Camera and Selecting Modes CAMERA VCR Turn on the power first and then select modes. CARD.P.B ªHow to Turn on the Power 1 1 Slide the [OFF/ON/MODE] Switch to [ON] while pressing the MODE centre button 1 ON OFF ≥The [CAMERA] Lamp lights up. ªHow to Switch Modes 1,2,3 2 Slide the [OFF/ON/MODE] Switch. ≥With each slide of the Switch, the Mode switches in the order of Camera Mode, VCR Mode, and Card Playback Mode. ≥The appropriate Mode Lamp lights up. ªHow to Turn off the Pow
Using the Menu Screen CAMERA To facilitate the selection of a desired function or setup, this Movie Camera VCR CARD.P.B displays various function settings on Menus. 1 1 Press the [MENU] Button. ≥The Menu corresponding to the Mode selected by using the MODE ON [OFF/ON/MODE] Switch is displayed. 1 OFF ≥When the [CAMERA] Lamp is on, the Camera Function Menu is displayed. 2 ≥When the [VCR] Lamp is on, the VCR Function Menu is displayed. 3 ≥When the [CARD P.B.] Lamp is on, the Card Function Men
List of Menus The figures of the Menus are for explanation purposes only, and they are CAMERA SETUP 1) PROG.AE OFF 57 different from the actual Menus. 2) N‰ … PROGRESSIVE OFF ON AUTO Camera Mode Main-Menu [CAMERA FUNCTIONS] 3) D.ZOOM OFF 20 100 CINEMA OFF ON [CAMERA SETUP] Sub-Menu 4) 1) Auto Exposure Mode [PROG.AE] RETURN ---- YES 2) Progressive Photoshot Mode [PROGRESSIVE] (l 19) PRESS MENU TO EXIT 5) 3) Digital Zoom [D.ZOOM] (l 20) 4) Cinema-like Format Recording [CINEMA] (l 21) DIGITAL EFF
VCR Mode Main-Menu [VCR FUNCTIONS] [PLAYBACK FUNCTIONS] Sub-Menu 1) 1) Blank Search [BLANK SEARCH] (l 28) PLAYBACK FUNCTIONS 2) 2) Recording to Card [RECORD TO CARD] (l 36) BLANK SEARCH ---- YES RECORD TO CARD ---- YES 3) 3) Index Search Mode [SEARCH] (l 29) SEARCH PHOTO SCENE 12bit AUDIO ST1 ST2 MIX 4) AUDIO OUT STEREO L R 4) Audio Selector [12bit AUDIO] (l 32) 5) 5) Audio Output Mode [AUDIO OUT] (l 48) 6) Returning to the Main-Menu [RETURN] RETURN ---- YES PRESS MENU TO EXIT [D
Card Playback Mode Main-Menu [CARD FUNCTIONS] [ERASE PICTURE/TITLE] Sub-Menu ERASE CARD FILE 1) Selecting and Erasing a Picture [ERASE PICTURE BY SELECTION] 1) 1. ERASE FILE (l 43) BY SELECTION 2) 2. ERASE ALL FILES 2) Erasing All Pictures [ERASE ALL PICTURES] (l 43) 3. ERASE TITLE BY SELECTION 3) 3) Selecting and Erasing a Title [ERASE TITLE BY SELECTION] (l 43) [CARD EDITING] Sub-Menu PRESS MENU TO RETURN 4) Recording to Tape [RECORD TO TAPE] (l 39) 5) Automatic Printing [AUTO PRINT] (l 34)
Internal Lithium Battery Recharge ≥The internal lithium battery sustains the operation of the clock. When the  indication is lit, the internal lithium battery is near exhaustion. 1 Connect the AC adaptor to the Movie Camera with the power turned off and then connect to the AC Mains socket. ≥After charging for 4 hours, the built-in lithium battery can power the clock for approximately 3 months. 1 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Setting Date and Time Since the internal clock of the Movie Camera ha
TAPE CARD 2 CAMERA Mode CAMERA 2 VCR Recording CARD.P.B When recording with the Mode Selector Switch 1 set to [AUTO], the Movie 1 Camera automatically adjust the focus and white balance. In some cases, MODE they cannot be adjusted automatically and need to be adjusted manually. ON OFF (l 22, 23) 1 Set the [OFF/ON/MODE] Switch to [ON]. ≥The [CAMERA] Lamp lights up. 2 35 2 Slide the [TAPE/CARD] Selector towards [TAPE]. REC PAUSE 3 Press the Recording Start/Stop Button. ≥Recording starts. PAUSE
Photoshot PHOTO This Movie Camera can record still pictures with sound for approximately 7 SHOT 2 seconds each on the cassette. 1 Slide the [TAPE/CARD] Selector towards [TAPE]. (NV-MX6/ TAPE CARD 1 MX8 only) 2 Press the [PHOTO SHOT] Button in the Recording Pause Mode. ≥The Movie Camera records a still picture for about 7 seconds and then switches back to the Recording Pause Mode. PHOTO ªProgressive Photoshot With the Progressive Photoshot Function, you can record still pictures with higher r
Digital Zoom Function This function is useful when you want to record close-up shots of subjects 1 located beyond a normal zoom range of 1k to 10k magnification. With the Digital Zoom Function, you can select a magnification of 20k or even to AUTO MNL PUSH 100k. MENU W.B/SHUTTER/IRIS/ 1 Set [CAMERA FUNCTIONS] >> [CAMERA SETUP] >> VOL/JOG [D.ZOOM] >> [20t] or [100t]. ≥20k: Digital zooming to 20k ≥100k: Digital zooming to 100k 2 2 Push the [W/T] Zoom Lever towards [W] or towards [T] t
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