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GR-DVX DIGITAL VIDEO CAMERA INSTRUCTIONS EN Dear Customer, 2SAFETY PRECAUTIONS CAUTIONS: WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS UNIT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. CAUTION (applies to the Docking Station): The rating plate (serial number plate) of the AC Power Adapter/Charger is on its bottom. EN 3 About Batteries The Benefits Of Lithium-Ion Batteries 3SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Before recording an important scene . . . 4PROVIDED ACCESSORIES The data recorded on a tape is digital, but the output of the this camcorder is analogue. 6ABOUT DV 3 The digital audio signal is recorded here. 4 Information) Area Insert editing and post-recording editing tracking signals are recorded here. 1 2 The digital video signal is recorded here. 7CONTENTS 8Charging The Battery Pack ATTACH DETACH BATTERY/BATTERIES DETACH SUPPLY POWER TO CHARGER ATTACH BATTERY/BATTERIES CONFIRM STATUS ** Charging Environment Continuous Shooting Installing The Battery Pack 91 2 3 OPEN BATTERY COVER 1 2 INSERT BATTERY CLOSE BATTERY COVER INSERT BATTERY ATTACH TO CAMCORDER SUPPLY POWER 10 (Cont.) SUPPLY POWER TO ADAPTER SUPPLY POWER TO CAMCORDER Indoor Use Using The Power Pack 11Date/Time Settings ACCESS DATE/TIME MENU INPUT DATE AND TIME Regarding Built-in Rechargeable Battery 12 (Cont.) Loading/Unloading A Cassette OPEN CASSETTE COVER INSERT/REMOVE TAPE ** To protect valuable recordings . . . 13Recording Mode Setting 14 (Cont.) ATTACH HAND STRAP CLOSE FLAP Hand Strap Attachment Using The Soft Camera Case OPEN FLAP PUT CAMCORDER IN 15Grip Strap Attachment Tripod Mounting If you want to take a snapshot ( ATTACH GRIP STRAP TO HAND STRAP EYELET ATTACH GRIP STRAP TO SUB HAND STRAP EYELET ADJUST LENGTH 16 (Cont.) Dioptre Adjustment TURN ON CAMCORDER ADJUST DIOPTRE 17Remote Control Unit Installing The Battery Power Dial Position Function 18Operation Mode (Cont.) 19Basic Recording STOP RECORDING OR START SEARCH ENGAGE STILL MODE 20Recording From The Middle Of A Tape (Cont.) 21Time Code The Time Code cannot be reset. During fast-forwarding and rewinding, time code indication does not move smoothly. When blank portion is recorded on a tape Proper recording 22LCD Monitor/Viewfinder Indications Brightness Control ADJUST BRIGHTNESS If you want to brighten the image... If you want to darken the image... Tape Remaining Indicator 23Interface Shooting TILT LCD MONITOR UPWARD (blinking) (blinking) (blinking) Journalistic shooting 24Zoom 25 Advanced Features TAKE SNAPSHOT If you press during Record-Standby... If you press during Recording... Snapshot Flash: Motor Drive mode: Changing the Snapshot Setting: Snapshot SNAPSHOT ENGAGE RECORD-STANDBY SELECT FUNCTION PARAMETERS TAKE SNAPSHOT 26Snapshot Flash (Auto Flash) 27Adjusting Flash Brightness ACTIVATE BRIGHTNESS OF FLASH When the battery power is low, the screen to set FLASH ADJ. sometimes does not appear. When FLASH on the Recording menu is set to OFF the brightness of the flash cannot be adjusted. When GAIN UP is set to OFF or Twilight is selected in P.AE Effect, the flash will not light. SELECT MODE ACCESS FLASH ADJUSTMENT ADJUST BRIGHTNESS OF FLASH END 5-SECOND MODE RECORDING ENGAGE 5S MODE 28Scene (5-second recording) 29Self-Timer ENGAGE SELF-TIMER MODE STOP SELF-TIMER RECORDING END SELF-TIMER RECORDING 30Menus Gain Up and Flash System Menu Recording Mode, Wide Mode, Zoom Magnification, Stabilization, CLOSE RECORDING MENU 31REC MODE (Recording mode) WIDE MODE 32 Advanced Features (Cont.) ZOOM (Zoom magnification) DIS (Digital Image Stabilizer) GAIN UP FLASH (Z pg. 26) 33Displaying The Date And Time During Recording ACCESS DATE/TIME MENU CLOSE RECORDING MENU ACCESS SYSTEM MENU 34System Menu Photo Frame, Scene, Beep/Tally, Wind Cut, Sound Mode and ID numbers. CLOSE SYSTEM MENU 35EN 35 PHOTO FRAME SCENE (5-Second Mode) (Z pg. 28) BEEP/TALLY WIND CUT SOUND MODE 36FADE/WIPE Effects ACCESS FADER/WIPE MENU If certain P.AE/Effects ( SELECT EFFECT OR... TO CANCEL FADE/WIPE EFFECTS EN 37 37W Example WIPE SCROLL Fades and Wipes Example WIPE ACTIVATE FADE IN OR WIPE IN ACTIVATE FADE OUT OR WIPE OUT FADE FADER WHITE You can extend the length of a fade or wipe by pressing and holding the START/STOP button. 38P Picture Wipe/Dissolve Example WIPE SCROLL P P P ENGAGE RECORD-STANDBY MODE RESUME RECORDING Random Variations 39W B 40W B B W DISABLE P.AE/EFFECT P.AE/Effects can be changed during recording or during Record-Standby. If certain Fades or Wipes ( 42P.AE/Effects ACCESS P.AE/EFFECTS SELECT MENU SELECT EFFECT 43B W / SHUTTER (Variable Shutter (Speed) VIDEO ECHO TWILIGHT CLASSIC FILM STROBE SLOW (Slow Shutter) SEPIA MONOTONE When using Slow, the image takes on a strobe- like effect. Use Slow only in dark areas. The Manual Focus indication may appear and flash when Slow is in use. 44Manual Focus Adjustment END ADJUSTMENT OF FOCUS To Change To Auto Focus . . . Manual focus is recommended in the following situations: When shooting a flat wall, a blue sky or an object with little or no contrast. When wire or other obstacles come between the camcorder and the subject. When shooting objects with a detailed design or pattern. When shooting under flourescent or flickering lighting. ACCESS MANUAL FOCUS ADJUST FOCUS ACCESS EXPOSURE CONTROL ADJUST EXPOSURE END ADJUSTRMENT OF EXPOSURE 45Exposure Control To Return To Automatic Exposure Control . . . Manual exposure adjustment is recommended in the following situations: When shooting using reverse lighting or when the background is too bright. When shooting on a reflective natural back- ground such as at the beach or when skiing. When the background is overly dark or the subject light. Brightness control of the LCD monitor ACCESS EXPOSURE CONTROL CENTER SUBJECT, LOCK IRIS Iris Lock 460 L To Return To Automatic Iris Control . . . Iris lock is recommended in the following situa- tions: When shooting on a reflective natural background such as at the beach or when skiing. When shooting objects under a spotlight. When the subject is backing away. When zooming. To lock the exposure control and the iris . . . Iris 47White Balance Adjustment ACCESS WHITE BALANCE ADJUST- MENT CLOSE WHITE BALANCE ADJUST- MENT To Return To Automatic White Balance . . . White balance cannot be used when P.AE/Effects Sepia or Monotone are activated. To Change The Tint For Recording . . . 48Manual White Balance Operation SET MANUAL WHITE BALANCE ENTER SETTING EXIT MANUAL WHITE BALANCE ADJUSTMENT EN 49 Playback Sound Still Playback Slow-Motion Playback REWIND TAPE VIEWING RECORDING END PLAYBACK To Perform High-Speed Search . . . 49 Basic Playback END ZOOM Zoom can also be used during slow-motion and normal playback. If the Video Echo effect ( pg. 51) is selected during playback zoom, playback zoom is cancelled. During digital image processing, the quality of the image may suffer. FIND THE SCENE OF INTEREST ACTIVATE ZOOM LOCATE PORTION OF MAGNIFIED SCENE Playback Zoom 50 Advanced Features START PLAYBACK ACCESS P.AE/EFFECT SELECT MENU SELECT P.AE/EFFECT Repeat from step 2 when you want to change the selected effect. Classic Film, Monotone, Sepia, Strobe and Video Echo 51Playback Effects 52 Playback Menu Playback Menu Synchro Comp Time Code Playback Sound (32 kHz, 48 kHz), Synchro Comp, Display CLOSE MENU ACCESS PLAYBACK MENU 53Playback Sound TIME CODE (Displaying The Time Code During Playback) DISPLAY (Displaying the Date During Playback) 54 Basic Connections VCR/TV Connection (when connecting directly to the camcorder) CONNECT CAMCORDER TO TV OR VCR CONNECT VCR OUTPUT TO TV INPUT TURN ON POWER SELECT TVS VIDEO MODE SUPPLY POWER 55VCR/TV Connection (using Docking Station) CONFIRM POWER-OFF STATUS ATTACH AND LOCKS 56 Basic Connections (Cont.) VCR/TV connection (using the Docking Station) (Cont.) VCR Please refer to your VCR and/or TV instruction manual(s) when connecting. VCR equipped with a SCART connector compatible only with regular video signal equipped wiht a SCART connector compatible with Y/C signal 57CONNECT DOCKING STATION TO TV OR VCR CONNECT VCR OUTPUT TO TV INPUT TURN ON POWER SELECT TVS VIDEO MODE equipped with an S-VIDEO IN and/or A/V input (RCA type) connectors 58Dubbing MAKE CONNECTIONS START PLAYBACK PAUSE RECORDING EN 59 3 1 6 789` 4 5 2 59Brand Setting 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-V711U is not able to control the VCR, use the controls on the VCR. 60 (Cont.) Random Assemble Editing Z MAKE CONNECTIONS START SOURCE PLAYBACK EXECUTE FADE/WIPE IN (IF NECESSARY) 61SET EDIT-IN POINT SET EDIT-OUT POINT USE FADE WIPE ON SCENE TRANSITION (IF NECESSARY) USE P.AE/EFFECT (IF NECESSARY) 62REGISTER ADDITIONAL SCENES PREPARE SOURCE TAPE ENGAGE VCR'S RECORD-PAUSE MODE START EDITING STOP EDITING EN 63 63For More Accurate Editing 65Audio Dubbing FIND EDIT-IN POINT ENGAGE AUDIO DUB STANDBY BEGIN DUBBING PAUSE DURING DUBBING STOP DUBBING 66Insert Editing FIND EDIT OUT POINT FIND EDIT IN POINT PREPARE FOR INSERT EDITING PAUSE DURING EDITING STOP EDITING (Cont.) REMOVE POWER SUPPLY CLEAN EXTERIOR CLEAN LENS PULL OUT VIEWFINDER CLEAN VIEWFINDER PUSH VIEWFINDER BACK IN 72AFTER USE 79CAUTIONS 80CAUTIONS 81SPECIFICATIONS CAMCORDER General Video Audio AC ADAPTER/CHARGER 82GLOSSARY OF TERMS 83INDEX