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GR-SZ3000 COMPACT VHS CAMCORDER SPECIFICATIONS CAUTIONS INDEX TROUBLESHOOTING USER MAINTENANCE EDITING PLAYBACK INSTRUCTIONS Super VHS 4The Logical Choice The only compact video cassettes that can be used with your VHS VCR* PROVIDED ACCESSORIES Program AE with Special Effects (Z pg. 18, 19) Program Manager (Z pg. 18 29) Digital Hyper Zoom (Z pg. 15) Random Assemble Editing (Z pg. 38 41) 5QUICK OPERATION GUIDE SUPPLY POWER 3 2 Using the battery pack 1 2 To remove the battery pack PLAYBACK 1 2 3 Or simply play back the tape on a VHS VCR using the Cassette Adapter. pg. 36 SHOOTING INSERTING A VIDEO CASSETTE 3 2 3 2 6Power CHARGING THE BATTERY PACK ATTACH BATTERY PACK DETACH BATTERY PACK ATTACH BATTERY PACK DETACH BATTERY PACK **REFRESH To discharge the battery . . . ATTENTION: 8 (cont.) Clock (Lithium) Battery Insertion/Removal SWITCH OFF POWER OPEN COVER REMOVE BATTERY (when replacing) CLOSE COVER pg. 2) for information on safe handling of lithium batteries. Viewfinder Adjustment POSITION VIEWFINDER ADJUST DIOPTER 9Date/Time Setting SET DATE/TIME START CLOCK OPERATION 10 (cont.) Tape Length Setting The tape remaining time ( SET TAPE LENGTH pg. 14) displayed in the viewfinder is correct only if the correct tape length has been selected. Recording Format Setting SET RECORDING FORMAT Super VHS recordings cannot be made on normal VHS-C tapes. COMPATIBILITY BETWEEN S-VHS AND VHS Recording Playback Playback 11Loading/Unloading A Cassette OPEN CASSETTE HOLDER INSERT/REMOVE CASSETTE CLOSE CASSETTE HOLDER 13Shoulder Strap Attachment ATTACH STRAP ADJUST LENGTH Tripod Mounting 14 Basic Recording LOAD A CASSETTE ENTER RECORDSTANDBY MODE START SHOOTING STOP RECORDING 15 Basic Features 16 Basic Features (cont.) 18 Advanced Features Programme AE With Special Effects Only one effect can be engaged at a time. The screen becomes slightly reddish when the Fade/ Wipe ( pg. 23) is used in the Sepia mode. The screen becomes slightly dark in the High Speed Shutter mode. Use in well-lit situations. 20 Advanced Features (cont.) Focusing Auto Focus Focus Lock LOCK FOCUS RELEASE FOCUS LOCK When shooting a subject close to the lens, zoom-out first ( pg. 29) is activated, the camcorder will not zoom out automatically. Manual Focus 21ADJUST FOCUS To nearer subject To farther subject . . . LOCK FOCUS RELEASE MANUAL FOCUS MODE 22 Advanced Features (cont.) Picture Stabilizer ACTIVATE PICTURE STABILIZER When shooting subjects with vertical or horizontal stripes When shooting dark or dim subjects When shooting subjects with excessive backlighting When shooting scenes with movement in various directions When shooting scenes with low-contrast backgrounds Switch off Picture Stabilizer when recording with the camcorder on a tripod. Exposure Control BRIGHTEN IMAGE DARKEN IMAGE RESTORE INITIAL SETTING 23Fade/Wipe pg. 19). ENGAGE FADE- OR WIPE- STANDBY MODE START RECORDING END RECORDING TO CANCEL FADE- OR WIPE- STANDBY MODE Black Fader Mosaic Fader Shutter Wipe Slide Wipe The screen becomes slightly reddish when the Fade/Wipe is used with Sepia ( 24 Advanced Features (cont.) Wide ENGAGE WIDE MODE To recall a title, press SET again. RESTORE NORMAL SCREEN Instant Titles DISPLAY SELECT PRESET TITLE To delete the Instant Titles during recording, press SET. 25Character Generator ACCESS CHARACTER SET MENU INPUT CHARACTERS END CHARACTER SETTING To display the characters you have set Instant Titles ( pg. 24) or Date/Time/Character Insert pg. 26). Characters may be set only in the Record-Standby mode. 26 Advanced Features (cont.) Date/Time Character Insert DISPLAY SELECT DISPLAY CHOOSE DISPLAY MODE 27Manual White Balance Adjustment (M.W.B.) SELECT WHITE BALANCE No indication (Auto) MWB MWB ADJUST FOCUS ADJUST WHITE BALANCE ( White balance mode indicator SELECT PROGRAM AE select dial SET PAUSE 28Using Menu For Detailed Adjustment The menu is available only in the Record-Standby mode. MAKE SETTING If you select Gain Up, Tele Macro, Interval Timer, Rec Time, JLIP ID NO or Tally. . . . If you select Set Character or Date/Time, . . . Advanced Features (cont.) 29MENU 30 Advanced Features (cont.) Self-Timer Make sure the camcorder is in the Record-Standby mode before performing the following steps. SET INTERVAL TIME START DELAYED RECORDING To Release Self-Timer . . . 31Animation Make sure the camcorder is in the Record-Standby mode before performing the following steps. SET RECORDING TIME START RECORDING ASSEMBLE SERIES OF PICTURES RELEASE ANIMATION MODE For best results, make sure the camcorder is secured when shooting in Animation or Time-Lapse mode. Fade/Wipe-in/out cannot be performed during Animation or Time-Lapse shooting. Time-Lapse Make sure the camcorder is in the Record-Standby mode before performing the following steps. SET INTERVAL BETWEEN RECORDINGS SET RECORDING TIME START TIME-LAPSE RECORDING RELEASE TIME-LAPSE MODE 32 Basic Connections When the S-VIDEO cable is not used. B. Connection To a TV or VCR equipped with a SCART connector compatible with Y/C signal C. Connection To a TV or VCR equipped with an S-VIDEO IN and/or A/V input (RCA type) connectors 33C: Connection to a TV or VCR equipped with an S-VIDEO IN and/ or A/V input (RCA type) connectors Use the A/V cable and S-VIDEO cable. D: Connection to a TV with NO A/V Input Connectors (Playback ONLY) Use the A/V cable and cable adapter. SET Y/C/CVBS SWITCH B: Connection to a TV or VCR equipped with a SCART connector compatible with Y/C signals Use the S-VIDEO cable, A/V cable and cable adapter. SET Y/C/CVBS SWITCH 34 Basic Playback Make sure you connect your camcorder as directed in Basic Connections ( 6 3 4 Z LOAD A CASSETTE PLAYBACK STOP PLAYBACK Rewind or Fast-forward the tape 35Features 36 Using The Cassette Adapter Cassette Adapter INSERT CASSETTE IN ADAPTER PLAY BACK ON CONNECTED VCR REMOVE CASSETTE FROM ADAPTER 37Tape Dubbing CONNECT EQUIPMENT PREPARE FOR DUBBING SELECT VCR MODE START EDITING STOP EDITING TEMPORARILY EDIT MORE SEGMENTS 38Random Assemble Editing [R.A. Edit] SET REMOTE/VCR CODE SET REMOTE TO OPERATE VCR OPERATE THE VCR Youre now ready to try Random Assemble Editing. IMPORTANT If the VCRs power doesnt come on in step 1, try another code from the VCR CODE LIST. If the RM-V704U/V700U is not able to control the VCR, use the controls on the VCR. (cont.) MAKE CONNECTIONS 39CONNECT TO . . . VCR OTHER THAN TYPE JVC VCR EQUIPPED WITH REMOTE PAUSE TERMINAL JVC VCR NOT EQUIPPED WITH REMOTE PAUSE TERMINAL BUT EQUIPPED WITH R.A. EDIT CONNECTOR. OR PREPARE CAMCORDER PREPARE VCR 40ACCESS R.A. EDIT COUNTER DISPLAY REGISTER BEGINNING OF SCENE REGISTER END OF SCENE REGISTER ADDITIONAL SCENES MAKE CORRECTIONS 41ENGAGE VCRS RECORDPAUSE MODE BEGIN AUTOMATIC EDITING END AUTOMATIC EDITING on page 39 (MAKE CONNECTIONS), keep the remote control pointed at the VCR during editing. The on-screen display only appears while the camcorder searches for each scene. There may be noise at in- or out-points on the edited tape with certain VCRs. SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION ON THE REMOTE CONTROL How to use: 42USING REMOTE CONTROL UNIT Installing The Battery PULL OUT BATTERY HOLDER REPLACE BATTERY HOLDER Z Z Z 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 ! # @ $ % ^ & 44USING REMOTE CONTROL UNIT (cont.) Insert Editing FIND EDIT-OUT POINT RESET COUNTER ENGAGE INSERT EDITING MODE BEGIN INSERT EDITING END INSERT EDITING pg. 15) can be performed. Only video signal is recorded in the Insert Editing mode. 45Audio Dubbing ENGAGE AUDIO DUB STANDBY MODE BEGIN AUDIO DUBBING END AUDIO DUBBING NOTES (for Insert Editing and Audio Dubbing): 46USER MAINTENANCE After Use Cleaning The Camcorder CLEAN EXTERIOR CLEAN LENS CLEAN VIEWFINDER 1 2 3 Avoid using strong cleaning agents such as benzine or alcohol. Mould may form if the lens is left dirty. 47TROUBLESHOOTING SYMPTOM POSSIBLE CAUSE(S) TAPE TRANSPORT POWER RECORDING PLAYBACK 48TROUBLESHOOTING SYMPTOM POSSIBLE CAUSE(S) OTHER 10 : 45 : 5625. 12. 97 PAUSE TAPE END Merry Christmas 05 MWB Disp. REC Sepia AUTO 30 18min 1min APS ON 1/2s INDEX 7 8 9 0 154 6 % & @w ^ * ( ) q ! # $ 32 49 Viewfinder Viewfinder Indications % ^ & * ( ) q w 1 2, 8 PROGRAM AE Indicator................ Z pg. 18 2, 9 Fade/Wipe Standby Indicator ........ Z pg. 23 4 5 6 7 0 ! @ # $ 50 Controls Controls 97! @ e (*^ )qw& # 80 $% 564 132 51yipou W YTU I O P r t E R Q a 52 Terms 53CAUTIONS 3. To prevent damage to the camcorder . . . It is normal for the battery pack to be warm after charging, or after use. Temperature Ranges Recharging time is based on room temperature of 20C. The lower the temperature, the longer recharging takes. Cassettes 1. During use . . . 2. Store cassettes . . . General Battery Precautions Battery Packs 1. To avoid hazard . . . 2. To prevent damage and prolong service life . . . 54CAUTIONS Main Unit 1. For safety, DO NOT . . . 2. Avoid using the unit . . . 3. DO NOT leave the unit . . . 4. To protect the unit, DO NOT . . . Serious malfunctioning SPECIAL NOTES ON VIDEO HEADS Dust and dirt on video heads Note: Cleaning the video heads 1 2 3 4 5 55SPECIFICATIONS GENERAL CAMERA VIDEO AUDIO C POWER ADAPTER/BATTERY CHARGER (AA-V11EK) SPECIFICATIONS CASSETTE ADAPTER (C-P7U) SPECIFICATIONS Provided Accessories Z pg. 4 Optional Accessories E. & O. E. Design and specifications subject to change without notice. 56GR-SZ3000 COMPACT VHS CAMCORDER SPECIFICATIONS CAUTIONS INDEX TROUBLESHOOTING USER MAINTENANCE EDITING PLAYBACK INSTRUCTIONS Super VHS USING REMOTE CONTROL UNIT