If the problem still persists, disconnect all power sources (including the battery pack and the backup battery). This will reset all the camcorder’s settings. flashes on the screen. -Load a cassette ( 21). flashes on the screen. -Battery pack is exhausted. Replace or charge the battery pack ( 15). flashes on the screen. -Condensation is detected. Refer to Condensation ( 56). [REMOVE THE CASSETTE] appears on the screen. -Remove the cassette and reinsert it ( 21). Video noise appears on screen. -W
• Press ZERO SET MEMORY again to cancel the memory. 2 If you marked the zero memory while recording, set the camcorder to mode. If you marked the zero memory during playback, press STOP . 3 Press to locate the zero mark. • If the tape counter shows a negative number, press instead. • appears and the camcorder rewinds/fast forwards the tape. • The tape stops at or near the zero mark, disappears and the correct time code will be displayed again. Video NOTES If there are blank sections between reco
Input/Output Terminals AV Terminal . 3.5 mm minijack, output only Video: 1 Vp-p/75 ohms unbalanced Audio: -10 dBV (47 kohms load/3 kohms or less) DV Terminal 4 pin (IEEE1394 standard), input/output USB Terminal mini-B Power/Others Power supply (rated) 7.4 V DC (battery pack), 8.4 V DC (compact power adapter) Power consumption 2.4 W (viewfinder), 2.5 W (LCD screen, normal brightness) Operating temperature 0 – 40 °C (32 – 104 °F) Dimensions (W x H x D) 68 x 82 x 127 mm (2.7 x 3.2 x 5.0 in.) exclud
If you experience such a reaction, immediately stop the playback and take a rest break as necessary. • About the recording time: By changing the recording mode you can change the video quality and as a result, also the available recording time ( 58). • Previous recordings overwritten by a new recording cannot be recovered. Before you start recording, search for the end of the last recording ( 36). • To protect the tape and video heads, the camcorder will enter the stop mode ( ) if left in record
FUNC. FUNC. Preparations First Time Settings Changing the Language The language for on-screen and menu displays can be changed. The list of available languages depends on the region where you purchased the camcorder. .. Default value Language Set A German, English.., Spanish, French, Italian, Polish, Russian, Simplified Chinese and Japanese. Language Set B English.., Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese and Korean. [ MENU] [ Y SETUP/ ] [LANGUAGE] Desired language NOTES FUNC. ( 22) FUNC. FUNC.
1.07 Megapixel CCD ZR900: approx. 680,000 pixel CCD Image Sensor 1/6" CCD Lens Zoom Ratio: 37x Optical, 2000x Digital Advanced Zoom: 48x (16:9)/55x (4:3) (ZR950/ZR930) 41x (16:9) (ZR900), Focal Length: 2.6-96.2mm Zoom Speed: variable 3, Fixed zoom speeds f/ Number: f/2.0 to 5.2 Filter Size: No filter thread Image Stabilizer Electronic Image Stabilizer Minimum Focusing Distance 10mm/1m (Wide/Tele) Effective Pixels ZR950/ZR930: Movie: Advanced Zoom ON (16:9): approx. 0.71 megapixels (Wide)/0.
AUDIO SETUP Menu item Setting options CAMERA PLAY [OUTPUT CH] [ L/R], [ L/L], [ R/R] – ..42 [WIND SCREEN] [ AUTO], [ OFF ] ..1 ..2 – [12bit AUDIO] [ STEREO1], [ STEREO2], [ MIX/FIXED], [ MIX/VAR.] – ..42 [MIX BALANCE] – ..– [AUDIO MODE] [ 16bit], [ 12bit] ..– 41 1 Option available only when the mode switch is set to . Option available only when dubbing audio with the built-in microphone. [WIND SCREEN]: The camcorder automatically reduces the background sound of wind when recording outdoors (only
Connecting to a TV or VCR AV Terminal Sound from the built-in speaker will be muted while the STV-250N Stereo Video Cable is connected to the camcorder. DV Terminal Check the type and orientation of the terminal and make sure you connect the DV cable properly. Open the LCD panel to access. 48 Connection Diagrams Turn off all the devices when making the connections and refer also to the instruction manual of the connected device. Terminal on the Terminal on the Connecting Cable Camcorder Connecte