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2Read this first Using this product Menu items, viewfinder, and lens About language setting On recording 3Notes on playing back DVD media recorded with high definition image quality Save all your recorded image data Notes on battery pack/AC Adaptor Note on the binoculars/battery pack temperature When this product is connected to a computer or accessories If you cannot record/play back images, perform [Format] Notes on optional accessories About this manual, illustrations and on-screen displays 4Viewing 3D video images Notes on use About manuals for this product Operating Guide This manual introduces the basic operations of this product, such as recording and playback. Digital Recording Binoculars Handbook (PDF) 5How to read Digital Recording Binoculars Handbook (PDF) Install the Digital Recording Binoculars Handbook on your computer from the supplied CD-ROM. 6Table of contents 9Step 1: Checking the supplied items 10Attaching the supplied items Attaching the neck strap Attaching the lens cover (DEV-5/5K) Attaching the large eyecup (DEV-5/5K) Attaching the finder cap (DEV-5/5K) 11Step 2: Charging the battery pack 15Step 3: Turning the power on, and setting up this product 17 Select [Run]. Adjust the 3D lens. Scale Aim this product at a subject to display it on the screen. Select . Type of subjects that should be displayed on the screen for [Auto 3D Lens Adjust] Subjects that indicate a lower scale and result in adjustment failure: To turn off the power Changing the language setting 18Step 4: Inserting a memory card Types of memory card you can use with this product 19Close the cover. To eject the memory card Open the cover and lightly push the memory card in once. Access lamp Note the direction of notched corner. Binoculars/Recording/Playback 20Using this product as binoculars Set the POWER switch to ON by pressing the green button. This product is turned on. Hold this product with both hands and aim it at the subject. About zooming Magnifications available are as follows. Binoculars magnification (approx.) Zoom ratio (approx.) 21To adjust the focus manually To switch the viewfinder display between 2D and 3D 22Recording Recording movies To switch the 2D and 3D recording mode Optimum distance from the subject and zooming level Data code during recording 23Shooting photos Press MODE to turn on the (Photo) lamp. 24Playback on this product 26Playing images on a TV Output connectors on this product Switch the input on the TV to the connected jack. Connect this product to a TV. Play a movie or a photo on this product (p. 24). List of connection Connecting to a 3D TV 27Connecting to a high definition TV The movies are played back in high definition image quality. Connecting to a non-high-definition 16:9 (wide) or 4:3 TV Movies are played back in standard definition image quality. When you connect with component A/V cable When you connect with HDMI cable To set the aspect ratio according to the connected TV (16:9/4:3) When you connect with A/V connecting cable with S-Video When your TV is monaural (When your TV has only one audio input jack) When connecting to your TV via a VCR If your TV/VCR has a 21-pin adaptor (EUROCONNECTOR) TV/VCR Use a 21-pin adaptor (sold separately) to view playback pictures. 28Using BRAVIA Sync Advanced operations 30Useful functions for recording movies and photos 34Making good use of this product 37Selecting the method for creating a disc (computer) 39Importing movies and photos to a computer 40Creating a disc with one touch (Disc Burn) USB cable (supplied) Turn on your computer, and place an unused disc on the DVD drive. Turn on this product, then connect this product to the computer using the USB cable (supplied). The [USB Select] screen appears on the screen of this product. Select [Disc Burn] using /// and press Enter. Follow the instructions on the computer screen. 41Saving images on a disc 43Selecting a method for saving images with an external device You can save movies using an external device. Select the method to be used according to the device. External media device DVD writer other than DVDirect Express Hard disk recorder, etc. The types of media on which images are saved 44The devices on which the created disc can be played back Blu-ray Disc Blu-ray disc playback devices, such as a Sony Blu-ray disc player or a PlayStation DVD disc with high definition image quality AVCHD format playback devices, such as a Sony Blu-ray disc player or a PlayS tation DVD disc with standard definition image quality Ordinary DVD playback devices, such as a DVD player. 45Saving images on an external media device Functions available after saving images on an external media device Devices that cannot be used as an external media device If the external media device has the AC power cable, connect it to the wall outlet (wall socket). Connect the USB Adaptor Cable (supplied) to the external media device. 47Saving desired movies and photos Playing back images in the external media device on this product 49Creating a standard definition image quality disc with a recorder, etc. 52Using menus 53Menu lists The available menu items differ between the movie mode ( ) and photo mode ( ). Shooting Mode Camera/Mic 54Image Quality/Size Playback Function Edit/Copy Setup 56 Shooting Mode (Items for selecting a shooting mode) Camera/Mic (Items for customized shooting) White Balance 57Exposure Auto Manual When you set [Exposure] to [Manual], select / and press Enter to adjust the brightness. Focus 58IRIS Shutter Speed AE Shift White Balance Shift Low Lux 59Auto 3D Lens Adjust Scene Selection 60Self-Timer Tele Macro SteadyShot Digital Zoom (DEV-5/5K) 61Auto Back Light Dial Setting Face Detection Wind Noise Reduct. Micref Level (Microphone reference level) 62Audio Output Timing Guide Frame Display Setting 63 Image Quality/Size (Items for setting up image quality or size) REC Mode Frame Rate 2D/3D Mode Select x.v.Color Image Size 64 Edit/Copy (Items for editing) Delete Protect Copy Direct Copy 65 Setup (Other setup items) Media Info Format Repair Img. DB F. File Number Data Code Date/Time Camera Data Coordinates (DEV-5/5K) 66Volume You can adjust the volume of playback sound by selecting / and pressing Enter. TV Type Movies and photos recorded in 16:9 (wide) mode Movies and photos recorded in 4:3 mode Movie 67Component HDMI 3D Setting HDMI Resolution 68CTRL FOR HDMI (Control for HDMI) USB Connect Disc Burn VF Brightness Viewfinder Adjust GPS Information (DEV- 5/5K) How to check the triangulating If data on your current information cannot be triangulated To close the triangulating information screen 69GPS Setting (DEV- 5/5K) REC Lamp (Recording lamp) Beep A. Shut Off (Auto shut off) 70Language Setting 60i/50i Sel Battery Info To close the battery information screen Date & Time Setting Date & Time Format Summer Time Date & Time Area Setting DEV-5/5K You can set the area. 71Auto Clock ADJ (Auto clock adjustment) (DEV-5/5K) Auto Area ADJ (Auto area adjustment) (DEV- Additional information 72 Troubleshooting Overall operations The power does not turn on. This product does not operate even when the power is set to on. The menu settings have been changed automatically. This product gets warm. A rattling noise can be heard when you shake this product. Intelligent Auto is canceled. 73Batteries/power sources The power abruptly turns off. The CHG (charge) lamp does not light while the battery pack is being charged. The CHG (charge) lamp flashes while the battery pack is being charged. The remaining battery time indicator does not indicate the correct time. The battery pack is quickly discharged. Viewfinder Menu items are grayed out. The image in the viewfinder is not clear . Viewing 3D movies makes you feel uncomfortable. Primary colors, such as red, blue, or green, shimmer in the viewfinder. 74Memory card Operations using the memory card cannot be performed. Images stored on the memory card cannot be deleted. The data file name is not indicated correctly or flashes. Recording Refer also to Memory card (p. 74). Pressing START/STOP or PHOTO does not record images. Photos cannot be recorded. The access lamp remains lit or flashing even if recording was stopped. The imaging field looks different. 75Playback Photos cannot be played back. is indicated on a thumbnail. No sound or only a quiet sound is heard during playback. 76Playing back images stored on memory card on other devices Images cannot be played back or the memory card is not recognized. Editing movies/photos on this product Unable to edit. A movie cannot be divided. Playback on the TV Neither image nor sound is played on the connected TV. The top, bottom, right, and left edges of images are trimmed slightly on a connected TV. 77Copying/Connecting to other devices Connecting to a computer 78Self-diagnosis display/ Warning indicators 81Recording time of movies/number of recordable photos 83Using this product abroad Power supply Viewing 3D movies Viewing high definition image quality movies Viewing standard definition image quality movies 84Watching the recorded movies on a TV Setting to the local time World time difference 85Maintenance and precautions About the AVCHD format What is the AVCHD format? Recording and playback on this product 86About GPS (DEV-5/5K) On triangulating errors On the restriction of use of GPS On the geographic coordinate system 87About the memory card On the memory card adaptor On image data compatibility About the Memory Stick media Types of Memory Stick media Recording/Playback Memory Stick Duo media (with MagicGate) Memory Stick PRO Duo media (Mark2) Memory Stick PRO-HG Duo media 88About the InfoLITHIUM battery pack What is an InfoLITHIUM battery pack? To charge the battery pack To use the battery pack effectively About the remaining battery time indicator About storage of the battery pack About battery life 89About x.v.Color About handling of this product On use and care When not using this product for a long time Moisture condensation 90On handling the casing About care and storage of the lens On charging the pre-installed rechargeable battery How to charge the pre-installed rechargeable battery Note on disposal/transfer of the 91On trademarks Notes on the License On GNU GPL/LGPL applied software Quick reference 93Screen indicators 94Parts and controls Figures in ( ) are reference pages. 96Index