Sony MOBILE HD SNAP CAMERA MHS-TS10 user manual

User manual for the device Sony MOBILE HD SNAP CAMERA MHS-TS10

Device: Sony MOBILE HD SNAP CAMERA MHS-TS10
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Date of adding : 2014-10-16 13:53:13
Number of pages: 73
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Table of Operation Settings
Index
contents Search Search
Handbook
Mobile HD Snap Camera
MHS-TS10/TS20/TS20K
GB
© 2010 Sony Corporation 4-261-655-11(1)

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Table of Operation Settings Index contents Search Search Table of Operation Settings Index contents Search Search How to use this handbook Click on a button on the right to jump to the corresponding page. This is convenient when searching for a function you want to view. Search for information by function. Search for information by operation. Search for information in a listing of Settings items. Search for information by keyword. Marks and notations used in this handbook In this handbook, th

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Table of Operation Settings Index contents Search Search Notes on using the camera Internal memory back up Notes on the battery pack Be sure to make a backup copy to protect your � The battery pack is built into the camera. Charge data. the camera before using for the first time. � You can charge the battery pack even if it is not Notes on recording/playback and completely discharged. In addition, even if the connection battery pack is not fully charged, you can use the partially charged c

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Table of Operation Settings Index contents Search Search On image data compatibility � This camera supports “MP4 format” as movie file format. Therefore, movies recorded by this camera cannot be played on devices that do not support “MP4 format”. � This camera does not support “AVCHD format” and therefore is not compatible with the playback and recording of movies in “AVCHD format” like a Digital HD Video camera recorder. � Still images recorded by this camera are compressed/recorded in

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Table of Operation Settings Index contents Search Search Life with “Bloggie” Capture your life At a party Record still images at maximum 12M (4128 × 3096) and movies at maximum 1920 × 1080 30p full high-vision (page 36, 37). Also, you can record still images during movie recording (page 31). During a walk Take compact “Bloggie” with you anywhere, anytime. Take it out, and record casually. On a trip Attach the 360 Video Lens to “Bloggie” and shoot exciting 360-degree panoramic images of t

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Table of Operation Settings Index contents Search Search Share your life Connect to TV Connect your “Bloggie” to a TV with an HDMI cable (sold separately), and enjoy images on the big screen (page 60). Import and upload captured moments You can upload images easily and intuitively, using the Bloggie Software pre-loaded on the internal memory (page 24, 50). You can also choose the images and the sharing site to upload in advance (Share it Later) (page 43). GB 6

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Table of Operation Settings Index contents Search Search Table of contents Notes on using the camera How to use this handbook····································· 2 Notes on using the camera ··································· 3 Life with “Bloggie”·················································· 5 Operation Search················································ 10 Settings Search··················································· 11 Identifying parts···········································

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Table of Operation Settings Index contents Search Search Viewing Viewing································································ 39 Playback zoom···················································· 41 Delete·································································· 42 Share it Later······················································· 43 Volume control ···················································· 45 Computer Recommended computer environment ··············· 46 Using the

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Table of Operation Settings Index contents Search Search Others Number of still images and recordable time of movies································································· 68 Built-in battery pack············································· 69 Precautions ························································· 70 Specifications ······················································ 71 Index Index ··································································· 73 GB 9

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Table of Operation Settings Index contents Search Search Operation Search Shooting (Still images)······································· 28 Shooting sill images Shooting (Movies) ··············································· 30 Shooting movies Changing image size Photo Size ····························································· 36 Movie Size ····························································· 38 Delete······································································ 42 D

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Table of Operation Settings Index contents Search Search Settings Search Setting items In the table below, indicates settings that can be changed, while – indicates settings that cannot be changed. Items Shooting mode Playback mode Protect – Beep Language Setting Demo Mode Initialize HDMI Output LUN Settings Format Date & Time Setting How to set items 1 Press the ON/OFF (Power) button. ON/OFF (Power) button 2Tap (Settings). GB 11 Continued r

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Table of Operation Settings Index contents Search Search 3 Tap the items. The displayed items scroll by dragging the LCD screen up and down with your finger. 4 Tap the desired mode. 5 Tap [Back]. GB 12

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Table of Operation Settings Index contents Search Search Identifying parts A Speaker B Lens C Hook for wrist strap D LCD screen/Touch panel E Movie button F Microphone G ON/OFF (Power) button � Press and hold the ON/OFF (Power) button for at least 7 seconds to force-quit the camera. H Charge lamp I (Shutter) button J Tripod receptacle K (USB) jack L Jack cover M HDMI OUT jack (60) GB 13

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Table of Operation Settings Index contents Search Search List of buttons/icons displayed on the screen Buttons and icons are displayed on the screen to indicate the camera status. When in standby for shooting Buttons Display Indication Settings Zoom scaling Self-Timer When shooting movies Switching image size Playback Fast rewind/playback/fast forward Index Delete Share it later Adjusting volume When playing back Volume Icons Display Indication Battery remaining Low battery warning Photo Si

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Table of Operation Settings Index contents Search Search Display Indication Protect Overheating warning 00:00:12 Counter Notes � Indicators and their positions are approximate and differ from what you actually see. � The screen display shifts both horizontally and vertically depending on the camera aspect. � The screen display disappears automatically after about 4 seconds. You can change display/ nondisplay by tapping the LCD screen. GB 15

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Table of Operation Settings Index contents Search Search How to hold the camera � Be careful not to block the lens or microphone with your finger when shooting. � Do not hold the USB jack. � Attach the strap and place your hand through its loop to prevent the camera from damage by being dropped. Hook GB 16 Continued r

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Table of Operation Settings Index contents Search Search zWhen you shoot movies holding the camera vertically Portrait images are recorded. Black bands appear on the left and right of the screen during playback on TV or computer. This is useful when shooting portrait objects. GB 17

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Table of Operation Settings Index contents Search Search How to use the touch panel You can operate the camera by tapping the buttons on the LCD screen or dragging the screen. Note � Do not operate with a sharp-pointed object, such as pen or finger nail. Select the items (Tap) Lightly touch the buttons or items on the screen with your finger. Scroll the screen (Drag) Touch and slide the screen with your finger. Drag upwards Release your finger GB 18

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Table of Operation Settings Index contents Search Search Display the next screen quickly (Flick) Drag the screen quickly. To stop the screen, tap with your finger. GB 19

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Table of Operation Settings Index contents Search Search Checking the accessories supplied � USB connection support cable (1) � 360 Video Lens VCL-BPP2 (1)/360 Video Lens case (1) (MHS-TS20K only) � Wrist strap (1) � Software (page 24, 48) The following contents are included in the internal memory of this camera. – Bloggie Software (application software) – Bloggie Handbook (this manual) � Instruction Manual (1) � Important Notice (1) GB 20


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