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VHS-C Movie Camera
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12 3 4 INFO- CAMERA V C R 17 WINDOW 5 6, 7 10 8 9 11 12 13 14 15 16 Controls and Components 1 Super Image Stabilizer Indication Lamp [ (m 44, 47) 2 Digital Effect Indication Lamp [´] (m 44, 48) 3 Camera Mode Lamp [CAMERA] (m 30) 4 VCR Mode Lamp [VCR] (m 35, 37) 5 0-Lux Recording Switch [0 LUX OFF/ON] (m 51) 6 White Balance Sensor (m 72) 7 Built-in Infra-red Beam Emitters (m 51) 8 Microphone 9 Tally Lamp (m 31) 10 Fade Button [FADE] (m 42) 11 Focus Button [FOCUS] (m 56) Item S
s SEARCH SEARCH r S 65 18 ;W.B 20 ∫1 21 BLC 19 22 23 24 25 26 27 18 Reverse Search Button [s s s s sSEARCH] (m 32) Rewind/Review/High-Speed Rewind Button [C] (m 35, 39, 40) Recording Check Button [S] (m 32) 19 Stop Button [∫] (m 35) 20 Forward Search Button [SEARCHr r r r r] (m 32) Fast Forward/Cue Button [D] (m 40) 21 White Balance Button [W.B] (m 54) Pause Button [;] (m 40) 22 Playback Button [1 1 1 1 1] (m 35) Backlight Button [BLC] (m 59) 23 LCD Monitor Open Lever [LOPEN] (m 15) (NV-VZ1 onl
NV-VZ1 NV-RZ3 41 38 39 34 40 V 28 A 29 30 31 42 43 44 45 32 33 34 35 36 37 28 Video Output Jack [V] (m 37, 68) 29 Audio Output Jack [A] (m 37, 68) 30 Finder (l 25, 41) Due to limitations in LCD production technology, there may be some tiny bright or dark spots on the Finder screen, the whole screen may have a slight color cast, and flickering may occur. However, this is not a malfunction and does not affect the recorded picture. 31 Cover of the Button-type Battery’s Compartment [BACKUP BATTERY]
1 2 3 1 2 Charging the Battery Charge the Battery before using it. 1 Attach the Battery. ≥Align the Battery with line 1 and push it in the direction of the arrow while holding it down. 2 Securely connect the AC Power Cord to the AC Adaptor and an AC mains jack. ≥The [POWER] Lamp 2 lights and then the [CHARGE] Lamp 3 flashes and charging starts. ≥If the [CHARGE] Lamp 3 does not flash even though the Battery is attached, remove the Battery and then re- attach it. ∫ ∫ ∫ ∫ ∫ Charging Lamp [CHARGE] F
NV-VZ1 NV-RZ3 A CGR-V610 80 min. 80 min. B 90 min. (70 min.) 90 min. C 40 min. (30 min.) 40 min. A 145 min. 145 min. CGR-V620 B 190 min. (140 min.) 180 min. C 40 min. (30 min.) 40 min. A CGR-V816 310 min. 310 min. B 380 min. (280 min.) 360 min. C 40 min. (30 min.) 40 min. ∫ ∫ ∫ ∫ ∫ Charging Time and Maximum Continuous Recording Time in the Manual Recording Mode A Charging Time for a Full Charge B Maximum Continuous Recording Time C Maximum Continuous Recording Time for an Approx. 30-Minute Charg
1 CAMERA FUNCTIONS INFO- CAMERA V C R 1.CAMERA SETUP WINDOW 2.DIGITAL EFFECT 3.TITLE SETUP 4.DATE/TIME SETUP 5.OTHER FUNCTIONS 6.LCD/EVF SETUP PRESS MENU TO EXIT 2 MENU VCR FUNCTIONS 1 1.OTHER FUNCTIONS 2.LCD/EVF SETUP MF/ TRACKING 2,4 3,5 PRESS MENU TO EXIT FOCUS / SET Using the Menus This Movie Camera displays the settings of various functions in menus to make it easy to select the desired functions and settings. 1 Press the [MENU] Button. When you press this button while the [CAMERA] Lamp is
2 _ 1 3 Inserting the Button-type Battery Before setting the date and time, insert the button-type battery (supplied). 1 Open the [BACKUP BATTERY] Cover. 2 Insert the button-type battery so that its (_____) side is visible. 3 Close the [BACKUP BATTERY] Cover. ≥Before inserting or removing the button-type battery, be sure to set the [CAMERA/OFF/VCR] Switch to [OFF]. ≥When the button-type battery is exhausted, the  Indication flashes. In this case, replace it with a new CR2025 battery. (The lif
CAMERA FUNCTIONS 1.CAMERA SETUP 2.DIGITAL EFFECT 3.TITLE SETUP 4.DATE/TIME SETUP 5.OTHER FUNCTIONS 6.LCD/EVF SETUP PRESS MENU TO EXIT DATE/TIME SETUP MENU YEAR 2000 10 MONTH OCT DATE 15 HOUR 2PM MF/ TRACKING 1,3,5,7,9 MIN. 30 2,4,6,8 PRESS MENU TO RETURN FOCUS / SET Setting the Date and Time If you select the [DATE/TIME SETUP] Sub-Menu of the [CAMERA FUNCTIONS] Main-Menu, the menu shown above appears. The initial setting of date and time is 12:00
1 4 MENU TITLE SETUP 3 DATE/TITLE DATE TIME TITLE HOLIDAY HOLIDAY 2:30PM MF/ LANGUAGE TRACKING 1 FOR TITLE ENGLISH OCT 15 2000 OCT 15 2000 SIZE NORMAL RETURN ---- DATE/ 2 FOCUS / SET PRESS MENU TO EXIT TITLE 2 5 HOLIDAY 5 OCT 15 2000 6 3 2:30PM HOLIDAY 2:30:15PM OCT 15 2000 OCT 15 2000 4 Recording with the Time and/or Date Superimposed in the Picture After displaying the [TITLE SETUP] Sub-Menu... (l 16) 1 Turn the [34 34 34 34 34] Dial to select [DATE/TITLE]. 2 Pr
1 2 TRACK. TRACK. s SEARCH S 6 1 MENU MF/ # TRACKING " FOCUS / SET High-Speed Rewinding 1 Press the  Button for more than 1 second in the Stop Mode. ≥The [≈] Indication 1 appears. ≥During High-Speed Rewinding, the tape winding sound is louder. ≥When rewinding the tape to the beginning, the Movie Camera automatically changes over from the High-Speed Rewinding Mode to the Rewinding Mode near the beginning of the tape, and it switches over to the Stop Mode at the beginning of the tape. ≥If you p
0LUX 1 O LUX OFF 1 ON 3 2 Recording in Dark Places Without Any Illumination (0 Lux Night View Function) This function is convenient when you want to record at night in places without any illumination, for example for observing the behavior of nocturnal animals, etc. In this mode, the Movie Camera emits infrared rays which makes it possible to record subjects that are invisible to the naked eye. 1 Set the [0 LUX OFF/ON] Switch to [ON] to make the [0LUX] Indication 1 appear. ≥The built-in Infra-
sVOLr MNL MNL 3 1 ;W.B WT 2 PROG. AE 1 2 Recording with Manual White Balance Adjustment With this Movie Camera, you can also adjust the white balance manually. Use this mode for special subjects and recording conditions, such as listed (l 53), for which the Full Auto Mode is not suitable, and for light sources outside the range 1 (l 55). Use it also when you want to manually adjust the white balance for each new scene as professionals do. 1 Press the [PROG. AE] Button repeatedly until an indicat
10 000K 9 000K 8 000K 7 000K 6 000K 5 000K 4 000K 3 000K 2 000K 1 000K Color Temperature and White Balance Adjustment Every light source has its own color temperature measured in Kelvin (K). The higher the Kelvin value, the more bluish the light; the lower the value, the more reddish the light. The Kelvin value is related to the tint of the light, but not directly to its brightness. The range 1 indicated in the illustration above shows the light sources for which this Movie Camera can provide pr
M NO P L 20 SP MNL Q R S T U MF V W X Y Z 250 TRACK. RED D.ZOOM DIA. SFT ] ^_ [ \ STRETCH NEGA SEPIA B/W Y.FIL. L Recording Speed Mode (l 23) M Zoom Magnification (l 33) N Manual White Balance Mode (l 54) O Manual Recording Mode (l 54, 56) P Sports Mode (l 57) Q Portrait Mode (l 57) R Low Light Mode (l 57) S Spotlight Mode (l 57) T Surf & Snow Mode (l 57) U Manual Focus Mode (l 56) V Tracking Adjustment Mode (l 39) W Fade Effect Mode (l 43) X Color Indication for Fade (l 42, 43) Y Super Image St
`b a c d R.FIL. B.FIL. G.FIL. eg f STDBY MOTION SENSOR 0LUX ` Red Mode (l 46) a Blue Mode (l 46) b Green Mode (l 46) c Recording Mode (m 61) (NV-VZ1 only) d Recording Pause Mode (m 61) (NV-VZ1 only) ≥The above indications c and d are only displayed when recording in the Mirror Mode (l 61). e Motion-Sensor-Controlled Recording Function Stand- by Mode (l 49) f 0 Lux Night View Mode (l 51) g Demonstration Mode Demonstration Mode When the Movie Camera is turned on and in the Camera Mode without any
1. CGR-V610 2. CGR-V620 3. CGR-V816 4. VW-KBC7E 5. VW-LF43WE 6. VW-LT4314WE 7. VW-LW4307WE 8. VZ-CT55E 9. VW-TCA7E 10.VZ-LDR10E 11.VW-SK11E Optional Accessories 1. Battery Pack (Lithium-Ion) 2. Battery Pack (Lithium-Ion) 3. Battery Pack (Lithium-Ion) 4. Car Battery Charger 5. Filter Kit 6. Tele Conversion Lens 7. Wide Conversion Lens 8. Tripod 9. Cassette Adaptor 10. IR/Video DC Light (Halogen & Infra-red) (It requires the Shoe Adaptor for attaching to the Movie Camera.) 11. Shoe Adaptor (for at
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