Sony MVC-FDR3/FDR3E user manual

User manual for the device Sony MVC-FDR3/FDR3E

Device: Sony MVC-FDR3/FDR3E
Category: Network Card
Manufacturer: Sony
Size: 0.64 MB
Added : 2/8/2014
Number of pages: 72
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Summary of the content on the page No. 1

3-862-980-11 (1)
Digital Still Image
Capture Adaptor
EN
Operating Instructions
ES
Manual de instrucciones
MVC-FDR3/FDR3E
MVC-FDR1/FDR1E
MVC-FDR3/FDR3E
©1998 by Sony Corporation

Summary of the content on the page No. 2

WARNING CAUTION To prevent fire or shock hazard, TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, MATCH WIDE do not expose the unit to rain or BLADE OF PLUG TO WIDE SLOT. FULLY INSERT. moisture. You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not expressly approved in this manual could void your authority to operate this equipment. Note: For the Customers in the U.S.A. This equipment has been tested and found to and CANADA comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.

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Table of contents Before using the image capture adaptor .. 4 NOTICE FOR THE CUSTOMERS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM A moulded plug complying with BS 1363 is fitted to Preparation ................................................... 7 this equipment for your safety and convenience. 1 Connect to the TV ........................... 7 Should the fuse in the plug supplied need to be 2 Turn on the power ......................... 7 replaced, a 5 AMP fuse approved by ASTA or BSI 3 Insert the floppy disk until it

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Before using the image capture adaptor This digital still image capture adaptor uses a floppy disk to store the images. Use the following floppy disk type. • Size: 3.5-inch • Type: 2HD • Capacity: 1.44 MB • Format: MS-DOS format (512 bytes × 18 sector) If you use a 3.5-inch 2HD floppy disk other than described above, format it using this unit or a personal computer. Be sure to read before using the image capture adaptor Image recording format on this image capture adaptor The image data recorded

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Power sources You can use your digital still image capture adaptor in any country or area with the supplied AC power adaptor within 100 V to 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz. Use a commercially available AC plug adaptor [a], if necessary, depending on the design of the wall outlet [b]. AC power adaptor (supplied) [a] [b] Note on TV color systems TV color systems differ from country to country. MVC-FDR1/FDR3 is an NTSC system image capture adaptor. EN MVC-FDR1E/FDR3E is a PAL system image capture adaptor. To r

Summary of the content on the page No. 6

Before using the image capture adaptor Precautions Do not shake or strike the image capture adaptor Malfunctions, inability to record images or to use floppy disks, image and memory data breakdown, damage or loss may occur. Do not get the image capture adaptor wet If moisture condensation occurs, refer to “Precautions” on page 28 and follow instructions on how to remove the condensation before using. Back up recommendations To avoid the potential risk of data loss always copy (back up) data to a

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Preparation 1 Connect to the TV. To view the image recorded on a floppy disk and/or the on-screen display, connect the TV as shown below. You can view higher quality images with S video cable connection. For MVC-FDR3/FDR3E only You can view the image on the LCD screen instead of connecting the unit to the TV. LCD lock release button S S VIDEO OUT VIDEO S video cable INPUT IN (not supplied) S VIDEO EN VIDEO OUT VIDEO F Video cable VIDEO IN (supplied) : Signal flow ES 2 Turn on the power. In adv

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Preparation 3 Insert the floppy disk until it clicks. Before inserting, check that the write protect tab is set to the recordable position. To view the image, see page 16. Slide the tab to shut the opening. Floppy disk eject button To eject the floppy disk Press the floppy disk eject button. Using the control button You can select an item in the menu which appears on the LCD screen by pressing the upper, lower, left or right side of the control button. When an item is selected, the color of the

Summary of the content on the page No. 9

Setting the date and time To store the file in the MS-DOS system, you need to set the date and time. Otherwise, the file will be stored with wrong date and time, and the CLOCK SET menu will appear each time you turn on the power. When you use the image capture adaptor for the first time Since the CLOCK SET menu appears when you turn on the power, skip steps (2) and (3) below. (1) Press POWER to turn on the power. If the “I” indicator appears on the LCD screen, replace the lithium battery accord

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Preparation (5) Select the date and time with the control button, then press it. The item to be changed is indicated with 4/$. Select number by pressing the upper side or lower side of the control button, then press it to enter the number. CLOCK SET Y/M/D After entering the number, 4/$ moves to 1998 1 8 10: 20AM the next item. When you selected “D/M/Y,” set the time on a 12-hour cycle. 12:00 AM stands for midnight. 12:00 PM stands for noon. (6) Select “ENTER” with the control button, then p

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Recording images You can record images from TV, video equipment, video game, etc., on a floppy disk in the form of a still image. Connection Connect the source to be recorded as shown below. Then, turn on the power and insert the floppy disk (p. 7 - 8). You can record higher quality images with S video cable connection. For MVC-FDR1/FDR1E: If you want to check the image during recording, connect the TV as shown on page 7 in addition to the below connection. STANDBY EN S VIDEO S IN VIDEO S video

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Recording images Recording MODE SELECT (1) Press STANDBY. The STANDBY lamp lights up. PLAY STANDBY (2) Start playing back the source to be recorded. The image from the TV or video equipment appears on the LCD screen. (3) Press MEMORY when you want to record. MEMORY lamp The captured image becomes still. [MEMORY] appears on the LCD screen and the MEMORY lamp lights up. REC MEMORY (4) Press REC. The captured image is recorded on the floppy disk. REC lamp During recording, the REC lamp flashes, “R

Summary of the content on the page No. 13

The number of images you can record on a floppy disk The number of images you can record is different depending on image quality and subject complexity. Image quality MVC-FDR1/FDR1E MVC-FDR3/FDR3E STANDARD: about 30 – 40 images about 20 – 30 images FINE: about 15 – 20 images about 10 – 15 images BITMAP: 1 image 1 image Change the disk when the remaining disk capacity indicator is empty and flashes. The image quality is set to FINE and BITMAP is set to OFF at the factory. You can change the image

Summary of the content on the page No. 14

Recording images If two or three source units are connected The signal input to the CAMERA jack has priority, followed by the S VIDEO jack, and then the VIDEO jack. If a camera is connected, only the image from the camera appears. If both the S VIDEO and VIDEO jacks are connected to video equipment, only the image from the S VIDEO jack appears. Adjusting the brightness of the LCD screen (MVC-FDR3/FDR3E only) Press the BRIGHT +/– buttons. BRIGHT +/– The indicators during recording The indicators

Summary of the content on the page No. 15

If noise or black stripes appear on the image (1) Set the monitor image select switch to the SOURCE position. NORMAL SOURCE (2) Check the connection: • If you connect the source to be recorded to the CAMERA or VIDEO IN jack, connect the TV to the VIDEO OUT jack. You cannot view the image if the TV is connected to the S VIDEO OUT jack. • If you connect the source to be recorded to the S VIDEO IN jack, connect the TV to the S VIDEO OUT jack. You cannot view the image if the TV is connected to th

Summary of the content on the page No. 16

Viewing images You can view the still images recorded using this unit or a digital still camera on the LCD screen (MVC-FDR3/FDR3E only) or the TV. You can also play back six images at a time from the floppy disk (INDEX screen). To view on the TV, connect the TV as shown on page 7. Turn on the power and insert the floppy disk. Control button DISPLAY PLAY ACCESS lamp MODE SELECT (1) Press PLAY. PLAY STANDBY The PLAY lamp lights up. (2) To display the preceding image, select “ ” with the control b

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Playing back six images at a time (INDEX screen) Select “INDEX” with the control button, then press it. 13 14 15 16 17 18 MVC-018S 1998 2 16 12:30PM MENU 18/29 999min The Ó mark appears on the image that is displayed before changing to INDEX screen mode. • To display the following 6 images, select “b” with the control button, then press it. • To display the preceding 6 images, select “B” with the control button, then press it. • To return to the normal playback screen (SINGLE screen), select a

Summary of the content on the page No. 18

Viewing images using a personal computer The image data recorded with this unit is compressed and stored in JPEG format. If BITMAT is set to ON in the menu when you record the image, the data is stored also in BITMAP format. This data can be viewed using a personal computer which has the JPEG or BITMAP view ability application installed. For detailed procedures using image data with an application, refer to the aplication instruction manual. Floppy disk which was recorded using this unit Example

Summary of the content on the page No. 19

Image file File name and extension The images recorded on this unit are given the file names “MVC-xxxF” or “MVC-xxxS.” “xxx” stands for a number between 001 to 999. “F” stands for FINE and is given when the picture quality is set to FINE in the menu. “S” stands for STANDARD and is given when the picture quality is set to STANDARD in the menu. The extension is “BMP” or “JPG.” “BMP” is given to the BITMAP file* recorded when the BITMAP is set to “ON” in the menu. “JPG” is given to the image data c

Summary of the content on the page No. 20

Changing the mode settings (1) Select MENU with the control button, then press it. The menu appears. STANDBY mode PLAY mode CLOCK SET CLOCK SET COMMANDER COMMANDER BEEP BEEP FILE NUMBER SLIDE SHOW FORMAT DISK FORMAT DISK BITMAP DELETE QUALITY PROTECT RETURN RETURN (2) Select the desired item with the control button, then press it. The selected item changes from blue to yellow. When the control button is pressed, only the item is left on the screen. (3) Change the setting with the


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