Samsung SC-X220L Operating instructions

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Sports Camcorder
SC-X205L/X210L/X220L
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Auto-Focus
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Charge Coupled Device
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MOD
LCD
Liquid Crystal Display
Owner’s Instruction Book
Before operating the unit, please read this
Instruction Book thoroughly, and retain it for
future reference.
US PATENT 4415844
Use only approved battery packs.
Otherwise, there is a danger of overheating, fire or explosion.
Samsung is not responsible for problems occurring due to using unapproved batteries.
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Notices and Safety Instructions
Safety Instructions
Shock Hazard Marking and Associated Graphical Symbols
This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of
uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within the product’s enclosure
that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric
shock to persons.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
Explanation of Safety Related Symbols
This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of
important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in
the literature accompanying the appliance.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF
ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE
COVER (OR BACK).
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS
INSIDE, REFER SERVICING TO
QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
WARNING - To Reduce The Risk Of Fire Or Electric Shock, Do Not Expose This
Apparatus To Rain Or Moisture.
1. Read these instructions.
2. Keep these instructions.
3. Heed all warnings.
4. Follow all instructions.
5. Do not use this apparatus near water.
6. Clean only with dry cloth.
7. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance
with the manufacturer’s instructions.
8. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat
registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers)
that produce heat.
9. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or
grounding type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with
one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two
blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the
third prong are provided for your safety. If the provided plug
does not fit into your outlet. Consult an electrician for
replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched
particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point
where they exit from the apparatus.
11. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the
manufacturer.
12. Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table
specified by the manufacturer, or sold with
the apparatus. When a cart is used, use
caution when moving the cart/apparatus
combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
13. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when
unused for long periods of time.
14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing
is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any
way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid
has been moisture, does not operate normally, or has been
dropped.
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Notices and Safety Instructions
15. The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing
and that no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall
be placed on the apparatus.
16. VENTILATION:
Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for ventilation to
ensure reliable operation of the CAMCORDER and to protect it
from overheating. These openings must not be blocked or
covered. Never place your CAMCORDER on a bed, sofa, rug,
or other similar surface: on or near a radiator or heat register.
This CAMCORDER should not be placed in a built-in installation
such as a bookcase or rack unless proper ventilation is provided
or the manufacturer’s instructions have been adhered to.
17. POWER SOURCES:
The CAMCORDER should be operated only from the type of
power source indicated on the label.
If you are not sure of the type of power supply at your home,
consult your appliance dealer or local power company.
A CAMCORDER is intended to be operated from battery power,
or other sources, refer to the operating instructions.
18. GROUNDING OR POLARIZATION:
This CAMCORDER may be equipped with either a polarized
2-wire AC line plug (a plug having one blade wider than the
other) or a 3-wire grounding type plug, a plug having a third
(grounding) pin. If you are unable to insert the plug fully into the
outlet, try reversing the plug. If the plug still fails to fit, contact
your electrician to replace your outlet. Do not defeat the safety
purpose of the polarized plug.
19. POWER-CORD PROTECTION:
Power-supply cords should be routed so that they are not likely
to be walked on or pinched by items placed upon or against
them, paying particular attention to cords or plugs, convenient
receptacles, and the point where they exit from the unit.
20. OUTDOOR ANTENNA GROUNDING:
If an outside antenna or cable system is connected to the
CAMCORDER, be sure the antenna or cable system is
grounded to provide some protection against voltage surges
and built-up static charges, Section 810 of the National
Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA No. 70-1984, provides information
with respect to proper grounding of the mast and supporting
structure, grounding of the lead-in wire and supporting structure,
grounding of the mast and supporting structure, grounding of the
lead-in wire to an
antenna discharge unit, size of grounding to conductors, location
of antenna-discharge unit, connection to grounding electrodes
and requirements for the grounding electrode.
See figure below.
ANTENNA
LEAD IN
WIRE
GROUND
CLAMP
ANTENNA
DISCHARGE UNIT
(NEC SECTION 810-20)
ELECTRIC
SERVICE
EQUIPMENT
GROUNDING CONDUCTORS
(NEC SECTION 810-21)
GROUND CLAMPS
POWER SERVICE GROUNDING
ELECTRODE SYSTEM
(NEC ART 250, PART H)
NEC NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE
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21. LIGHTNING:
For added protection of this CAMCORDER during a lightning
storm or when it is left unattended and unused for long periods of
time, unplug it from the wall outlet and disconnect the antenna or
cable system.
This will prevent damage to the CAMCORDER due to lightning
and power-line surges.
22. POWER LINES:
An outside antenna system should not be located in the vicinity
of overhead power lines or other electric light or power circuits
where it can fall into such power lines or circuits. When installing
an outside antenna system, extreme care should be taken to
keep from touching such power lines or circuits as contact with
them might be fatal.
23. OVERLOADING:
Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords as this can
result in a risk of fire or electric shock.
24. OBJECTS AND LIQUIDS:
Never push objects of any kind into this CAMCORDER through
openings as they may touch dangerous voltage points or short
out a part that could result in a fire or electric shock.
Never spill liquids of any kind onto the CAMCORDER. Should
spillage occur, unplug unit and have it checked by a technician
before use.
25. SERVICING:
Do not attempt to service this CAMCORDER yourself. Opening
or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltage or
other hazards.
Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
26. DAMAGE REQUIRING SERVICE:
Unplug this CAMCORDER from the wall outlet and refer servicing
to qualified service personnel under the following conditions:
a. When the power-supply cord or plug is damaged.
b. If any liquid has been spilled onto, or objects have fallen into
the CAMCORDER.
c. If the CAMCORDER has been exposed to rain or water.
d. If the CAMCORDER does not operate normally by following
the operating instructions, adjust only those controls that are
covered by the operating instructions. Improper adjustment of
other controls may result in damage and will often require
extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the
CAMCORDER to its normal operation.
e. If the CAMCORDER has been dropped or the cabinet has
been damaged.
f. When the CAMCORDER exhibits a distinct change in
performance, this indicates a need for service.
27. REPLACEMENT PARTS:
When replacement parts are required, be sure the service
technician has used replacement parts specified by the
manufacturer and having the same characteristics as the original
part.
Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electric shock or
other hazards.
28. SAFETY CHECK:
Upon completion of any service or repairs to this CAMCORDER,
ask the service technician to perform safety checks to determine
that the CAMCORDER is in safe operating order.
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29. To prevent damage which may result in fire or shock hazard, do
not expose this appliance to rain or moisture.
30. If this power supply is used at 240V ac, a suitable plug adapter
should be used.
USER INSTALLER CAUTION:
Your authority to operate this FCC certified equipment could be
voided if you make changes or modifications not expressly approved
by this party responsible for compliance to part 15 FCC rules.
NOTE:
Hg LAMP(S) INSIDE THIS PRODUCT CONTAIN
MERCURY AND MUST BE RECYCLED OR
DISPOSED OF ACCORDING TO LOCAL, STATE OR
FEDERAL LAWS. For details see lamprecycle.org,
eiae.org, or call 1-800-Samsung (726-7864)
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with
the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC
Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference in a residential installation. This
equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy
and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions,
may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However,
there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to
radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning
the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct
the interference by one or more of the following measures:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from
that to which the receiver is connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help
and for additional suggestions.
The user may find the following booklet prepared by the Federal
Communications Commission helpful : “How to Identify and
Resolve Radio-TV Interference Problems.”
This Booklet is available from the U.S. Government Printing
Office, Washington, D.C. 20402, Stock No. 004-000-00345-4.
FCC Warning
The user is cautioned that changes or modifications not expressly
approved by the manufacturer could void the user’s authority to
operate the equipment.
FCC ID : A3L06MM2MX2
This device complies with Part 15 of FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions;
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) This device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
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Contents
Notices and Safety Precautions
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Precautions when using the Sports Camcorder .................................................................................................................................................... 8
Notes Regarding COPYRIGHT .................................................................................................................................................................................. 9
Notes Regarding Moisture Condensation ............................................................................................................................................................... 9
Notes Regarding the Sports Camcorder ................................................................................................................................................................. 9
Notes Regarding the Battery Pack ......................................................................................................................................................................... 10
Notes Regarding the Lens ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 11
Notes Regarding the LCD Display .......................................................................................................................................................................... 11
Precautions Regarding Service .............................................................................................................................................................................. 11
Precautions Regarding Replacement Parts .......................................................................................................................................................... 11
Getting to Know Your Sports Camcorder
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Features ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 12
Accessories Supplied with the Sports Camcorder .............................................................................................................................................. 13
Location of Controls
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Rear & Left View ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... 14
Side & Bottom View.................................................................................................................................................................................................. 15
External Camera Module View ................................................................................................................................................................................ 16
LCD Display ............................................................................................................................................................................................................... 17
OSD (On Screen Display in Movie Record Mode/Movie Play Mode)................................................................................................................ 17
OSD (On Screen Display in Photo Capture Mode/Photo View Mode) .............................................................................................................. 18
OSD (On Screen Display in MP3 Mode) ............................................................................................................................................................ 19
OSD (On Screen Display in Voice Record Mode/Voice Play Mode) ................................................................................................................. 20
OSD (On Screen Display in File Browser Mode/System Settings Mode) ......................................................................................................... 21
How to Use the Battery Pack
22
Battery Pack Installation / Ejection ........................................................................................................................................................................ 22
Maintaining the Battery Pack .................................................................................................................................................................................. 23
Charging the Battery Pack ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 25
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Getting Started
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The LED Color ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 26
Before You Start Operating the Sports Camcorder ............................................................................................................................................. 26
Using the MODE button ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 27
Using the Function button....................................................................................................................................................................................... 28
Using the Joystick .................................................................................................................................................................................................... 28
Using the MENU button ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 28
Using the DISPLAY button ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 29
Using the DELETE button........................................................................................................................................................................................ 29
Structure of the Folders and Files .......................................................................................................................................................................... 30
Recording Time and Capacity ................................................................................................................................................................................. 31
Using a Memory card (SD/MMC) (not supplied) ................................................................................................................................................... 33
Inserting / Ejecting the memory card (SD/MMC) (not supplied) ......................................................................................................................... 34
Movie Mode
35
Recording .................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 36
Recording............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 36
Zooming In and Out............................................................................................................................................................................................. 37
Playing........................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 38
Playing Movie Files on the LCD monitor ............................................................................................................................................................ 38
Playing Multiple Movie Files ................................................................................................................................................................................ 39
Setting the Recording Options ............................................................................................................................................................................... 41
Setting the Movie Size......................................................................................................................................................................................... 41
Setting the Movie Quality .................................................................................................................................................................................... 42
Setting the White Balance ................................................................................................................................................................................... 43
Setting the Program AE (Programmed Auto Exposure)..................................................................................................................................... 44
Setting the Effects ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 45
Setting the EIS (Electronic Image Stabilizer) ...................................................................................................................................................... 46
Setting the Focus................................................................................................................................................................................................. 47
Setting the BLC (Backlight Compensation) ........................................................................................................................................................ 48
Setting the Digital Zoom ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 49
Setting the Record Mode .................................................................................................................................................................................... 50
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Setting the Line In/Out......................................................................................................................................................................................... 51
Setting the Viewing Options.................................................................................................................................................................................... 52
Deleting Movie Files ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 52
Setting the Play Mode ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 53
Locking Movie Files ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 54
Copying Movie Files ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 55
Photo Mode
56
Capturing ................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 57
Capturing Images ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 57
Zooming In and Out............................................................................................................................................................................................. 58
Viewing....................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 59
Viewing Photo Files on the LCD monitor ............................................................................................................................................................ 59
Viewing Multiple Photo Files ............................................................................................................................................................................... 60
Setting the Capturing Options ................................................................................................................................................................................ 61
Setting the White Balance ................................................................................................................................................................................... 61
Setting the Program AE (Programmed Auto Exposure)..................................................................................................................................... 62
Setting the Effects ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 63
Setting the Flash.................................................................................................................................................................................................. 64
Setting the Continuous Shot ............................................................................................................................................................................... 65
Setting the EIS (Electronic Image Stabilizer) ...................................................................................................................................................... 66
Setting the Focus................................................................................................................................................................................................. 67
Setting the BLC (Backlight Compensation) ........................................................................................................................................................ 68
Setting the Digital Zoom ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 69
Setting the Viewing Options.................................................................................................................................................................................... 70
Deleting Photo Files ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 70
Setting the Slide show ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 71
Setting the DPOF (Digital Print Order Format) Function .................................................................................................................................... 72
Locking Photo Files ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 73
Copying Photo Files ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 74
MP3 Mode
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Storing MP3 in the Sports Camcorder ................................................................................................................................................................... 76
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Copying MP3 Files to the Sports Camcorder ..................................................................................................................................................... 76
Playing........................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 77
Playing MP3 Files ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 77
Setting the MP3 Play Options ................................................................................................................................................................................. 78
Deleting MP3 Files .............................................................................................................................................................................................. 78
Setting the Repeat Play....................................................................................................................................................................................... 79
Setting the Equalizer ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 80
Locking MP3 Files ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 81
Copying MP3 Files .............................................................................................................................................................................................. 82
Voice Recorder Mode
83
Recording .................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 84
Recording Voice Files ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 84
Playing........................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 85
Playing Voice Files .............................................................................................................................................................................................. 85
Setting the Voice Play Options ............................................................................................................................................................................... 86
Deleting Voice Files ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 86
Setting the Play Mode ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 87
Locking Voice Files.............................................................................................................................................................................................. 88
Copying Voice Files............................................................................................................................................................................................. 89
Using File Browser
90
Viewing Files or Folders ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 91
Deleting Files or Folders ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 92
Locking Files ........................................................................................................................................................................................................ 93
Copying Files or Folders ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 94
Viewing File Information ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 95
Setting the Sports Camcorder
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Setting Memory ......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 97
Selecting the Storage Type ................................................................................................................................................................................. 97
Setting USB Mode..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 98
Setting USB Mode ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 98
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Setting Memory ......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 99
Setting the File No. Function ............................................................................................................................................................................... 99
Formatting the Memory ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 100
Viewing Memory Space..................................................................................................................................................................................... 101
Adjusting the LCD monitor.................................................................................................................................................................................... 102
Adjusting the LCD Brightness ........................................................................................................................................................................... 102
Adjusting the LCD Color.................................................................................................................................................................................... 103
Adjusting Date/Time ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 104
Setting Date&Time ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 104
Setting Date Format .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 105
Setting Time Format .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 106
Setting Date/Time Display ................................................................................................................................................................................. 107
Setting the System Settings .................................................................................................................................................................................. 108
Setting the Beep Sound .................................................................................................................................................................................... 108
Setting Start-up Mode ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 109
Resetting the Sports Camcorder....................................................................................................................................................................... 110
Selecting Language ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 111
Setting the Auto Shut off ................................................................................................................................................................................... 112
Setting the Demonstration Function.................................................................................................................................................................. 113
Viewing Version Information.............................................................................................................................................................................. 114
Using USB Mode ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 115
Transferring files to a computer ........................................................................................................................................................................ 115
Printing with PictBridge ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 116
Using the PC Cam Function ............................................................................................................................................................................. 117
Using the External Camera Module
118
Recording with the External Camera Module ..................................................................................................................................................... 119
Recording Video using the External Camera Module ...................................................................................................................................... 119
Wearing the External Camera Module ................................................................................................................................................................. 120
Mounting the External Camera Module on Rubber Mount............................................................................................................................... 120
Using the Long Mount Bands .......................................................................................................................................................................... 121
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Miscellaneous Information
122
USB Interface Environment ................................................................................................................................................................................... 123
USB connection to a computer ........................................................................................................................................................................ 123
System Environment ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 123
Installing Software .................................................................................................................................................................................................. 124
Installing DV Media Pro 1.0............................................................................................................................................................................... 124
Ulead Video Studio............................................................................................................................................................................................ 125
Connecting To Other Devices .............................................................................................................................................................................. 126
Connecting to a PC using USB Cable .............................................................................................................................................................. 126
Connecting to a TV monitor .............................................................................................................................................................................. 127
Connecting to a VCR / DVD Recorder ............................................................................................................................................................. 128
Recording unscrambled content from other digital devices ............................................................................................................................. 129
Printing Photos ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... 130
Printing with DPOF ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 130
Cleaning and Maintaining the Sports Camcorder .............................................................................................................................................. 131
After using the Sports Camcorder..................................................................................................................................................................... 131
Cleaning the Body ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 132
Using the Built-in Rechargeable Battery ........................................................................................................................................................... 132
Regarding the Battery ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 133
Using the Sports Camcorder Abroad ................................................................................................................................................................ 134
Troubleshooting
135
Self Diagnosis Display ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 135
Using the Menu
137
Specifications
139
Index
141
Warranty (SEA users only)
143
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Notices and Safety Precautions
Precautions when using the Sports Camcorder
✤ Please note the following precautions for use:
✤ Please keep this device in a safe place. The device contains a lens that can be damaged by shock.
Keep away from the reach of the children.
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Do not place your device in a wet place. Moisture and water may cause the device to malfunction.
To avoid electric shock, do not touch your device or power cable with wet hands.
Do not use the flash close to another’s eyes. The flash emits a strong light that may cause damage similar to direct
sunlight on one’s eyesight. Particular care should be observed if photographing infants, when the flash should be no less
than 3 feet from your subject.
If the device is not working properly, please consult your nearest dealer or authorized Samsung service facility.
Disassembling the device yourself may cause irrecoverable damage which will be difficult to repair.
Clean the device with a dry, soft cloth. Use a soft cloth moistened with a mild detergent solution for removing stains.
Do not use any type of solvent, especially benzene, as it may seriously damage the finish.
Keep your device away from rain and saltwater. After using, clean the device. Saltwater may cause the parts to corrode.
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Notes Regarding COPYRIGHT
✤ Television programs, movie video tapes, DVD titles, films and other program materials may be copyrighted.
Unauthorized recording of copyrighted materials may infringe on the rights of the Copyright owners and is contrary to
copyright laws.
✤ All the trade names and registered trademarks mentioned in this manual or other documentation provided with your
Samsung product are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders.
Notes Regarding Moisture Condensation
✤ A sudden rise in atmospheric temperature may cause condensation to form inside the Sports
Camcorder.
For Example:
✤ Entering or leaving a heated place on a cold day might cause condensation inside the product.
✤ To prevent condensation, place the product in a carrying case or a plastic bag before exposing it to a sudden change of
temperature.
Notes Regarding the Sports Camcorder
1. Do not leave the Sports Camcorder exposed to high temperature (above 60°C or 140°F).
For example, in a parked closed car in summer or exposed to direct sunlight.
2. Do not let the Sports Camcorder get wet.
Keep the Sports Camcorder away from rain, salt water, or any other form of moisture.
The Sports Camcorder will be damaged if immersed in water or subjected to high levels of moisture.
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Notes Regarding the Battery Pack
✤ We recommend using the original battery pack that is available at the retailer where you purchased the Sports
Camcorder.
✤ Make sure the battery pack is fully charged before starting to record.
✤ To preserve battery power, keep the Sports Camcorder turned off when you are not operating it.
✤ If your device is left in STBY mode without being operated for more than 5 minutes, it will automatically turn itself off to
protect against unnecessary battery discharge.
✤ Make sure that the battery pack is attached firmly in place.
✤ The new battery pack provided with the product is not charged.
Before using the battery pack, you need to fully charge it.
✤ Do not drop the battery pack. Dropping the battery pack may damage it.
✤ Fully discharging a Lithium Polymer battery damages the internal cells. The battery pack may be prone to leakage when
fully discharged.
✤ To avoid damage to the battery pack, make sure to remove the battery when no charge remains.
✤ Clean the terminal to remove foreign substance before inserting the battery pack.
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When the battery reaches the end of its life, please contact your local dealer.
Batteries must be disposed of as chemical waste.
✳ Be careful not to drop the battery pack when you release it from the Sports Camcorder.
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Notes Regarding the Lens
✤ Do not film with the Sports Camcorder lens pointing directly at the sun.
Direct sunlight can damage the CCD (Charge Coupled Device, the imaging sensor).
Notes Regarding the LCD Display
1. The LCD monitor has been manufactured using the high precision technology. However, there may be tiny dots
(red, blue or green in color) that appear on the LCD monitor. These dots are normal and do not affect the recorded
picture in any way.
2. When you use the LCD monitor under direct sunlight or outdoors, it may be difficult to see the picture clearly.
3. Direct sunlight can damage the LCD monitor.
Precautions Regarding Service
✤ Do not attempt to service the Sports Camcorder yourself.
✤ Opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards.
✤ Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
Precautions Regarding Replacement Parts
✤ When replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician has used replacement parts specified by the
manufacturer and having the same characteristics as the original part.
✤ Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electric shock or other hazards.
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Getting to Know Your Sports Camcorder
Features
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Integrated Digital Sports Camcorder/DSC operation
An integrated digital imaging device that easily converts between a Digital Sports Camcorder and a Digital Still Camera with comfortable
and easy recording.
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High Resolution Image Quality (Digital Still Sports Camcorder)
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100x Digital Zoom
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Colorful TFT LCD
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Electronic Image Stabilizer (EIS)
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Various Digital Effects
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USB Interface for Data Transfer
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PC Cam for multi-entertaining
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Voice Record / Playback with vast memory
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Plus Advantage, MP3
Employing 680K CCD Pixel, a maximum resolution of 640X480 is available.
Allows the user to magnify an image up to 100x its original size.
A high-resolution(230K) colorful TFT LCD gives you clean, sharp images as well as the ability to review your recorded files immediately.
With the Sports Camcorder, you can reduce unstable images by avoiding natural shaking movements.
The DSE (Digital Special Effects) allows you to give the film a special look by adding various special effects.
You can transfer still images and movie files or any other files to a PC using the USB interface.
You can use this the Sports Camcorder as a PC camera for video chatting, video conference and other PC camera applications.
You can record voices and store it in the internal memory, memory card (not supplied) and play back the recorded voice files.
With the Sports Camcorder, you can play back MP3 files stored in the internal memory or memory card (not supplied).
Enjoy your favorite songs with your Sports Camcorder.
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A Sports Camcorder equipped with External Camera Module
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Weatherproof (External Camera Module only)
The Sports Camcorder is equipped with an External Camera Module, which enables you to directly record when connected to the main unit
The External Camera Module is weatherproof according to IP42 standard.
IP-Protection Level
4- The External Camera is protected against contact from solid objects over 0.04inch in diameter.
2- The External Camera is protected against water sprayed from a vertical position above the center of Sports Camcorder top
(Power LED facing up) at 15 degree angles.
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Multi OSD Language
Supports various foreign languages to display the menu and information.
You can select the desired OSD language from OSD list.
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Multi jack
The Multi jack functions as an Earphone, AV Input/Output or External Camera Module jack.
You can use various functions with only one jack.
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Accessories Supplied with the Sports Camcorder
✤ Make sure that the following basic accessories are supplied with your Sports Camcorder.
Basic Accessories
1.
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6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
Lithium Polymer Battery pack
AC Power Adapter
Audio/Video Cable
USB Cable
Earphones
Hand Strap
Instruction Book/Quick Guide
Software CD
Lens Cover
External Camera Module
Rubber Mount
Long Mount Band
1. Lithium Polymer Battery pack 2. AC Power Adapter
AD43-00164A
5. Earphones
AD30-00005A
9. Lens Cover
AD97-11231A
Optional Accessories
13. Carrying Case
14. Extended life Battery pack
13. *Carrying Case
AD69-00804A
AD44-00105B
6. Hand Strap
3. Audio/Video Cable
AD39-00001B
7. Instruction Book/Quick Guide
AD81-00010A
10. External Camera Module
AD97-11230A
4. USB Cable
AD39-00073D
8. Software CD
AD46-00061A / AD46-00082A
11. Rubber Mount
AD73-00189A
12. Long Mount Band
AD61-02541A
14. Extended life Battery pack
AD43-00170A
[ Notes ]
✤ *A carrying case is supplied as a basic accessory with the SC-X210L/X220L. It is not supplied with the SC-X205L, but is
available as an optional accessory.
✤ Parts and accessories are available at your local Samsung dealer.
✤ You can download programs, the latest driver software, and audio/video CODECs from the Samsung Electronics webpage.
(www.samsung.com)
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Location of Controls
Rear & Left View
T
1
U
MEN
MENU
MODE
DELETE
Y
DISPLA
E
2
MOD
DELETE
13
14
DC IN
Y
DISPLA
HOLD
3
T
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4 5 6
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
LCD monitor
DELETE button
DISPLAY button
Built-in speaker
POWER button
MP3/External Camera Module HOLD switch
Record / Power /Charging indicator
PLAY button
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
Record /Stop button
[W/T] switch
Joystick (Up, Down, Left, Right, OK)
MENU button
MODE button
DC IN jack
15. Multi jack
[ Note ]
✤ Multi jack is a unified Earphones, AV Input/Output and External Camera Module jack.
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HOLD
W
W
Connect the
earphones to the
multi jack as shown
in the figure.
DC IN
7
8
9
10
11
12
How to Connect
Earphones
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Location of Controls
Side & Bottom View
Hanging Lens Cover on the
Sports Camcorder
1
5
<Left Side>
9
2
USB
6
4
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Lens
Flash
Battery pack
Battery eject switch
Front cover
MMC/SD
3
7
8
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
USB port
Built-in microphone
Memory card slot
Tripod receptacle
Strap hook
10
Usable Memory Cards (2GB Max)
SD
MMC
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Location of Controls
External Camera Module View
1
4
5
9
6
2
Bottom View
3
8
7
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
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Built-in microphone
Lens
Rubber Mount
Picture Rotator
Record/Power indicator
6.
7.
8.
9.
POWER/Record /Stop button
Clip
External Camera Module cable
Rubber Mount receptacle
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Location of Controls : LCD Display
OSD (On Screen Display in Movie Record Mode / Movie Play Mode)
Movie Record Mode
15
1
14
13
Movie Play Mode
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1
W
2
720i
3
F
10
Recording...
10 9
15
00:00:15/00:05:20
100-0001
W
1X
16
8
12
8
2
9
4
Movie Play Mode
720X480
2
3
14
10X
5
S
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
?
T
ERROR
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6
7
Mode indicator
Image size indicator
Image quality indicator
White balance indicator
Program AE indicator
Date/Time indicator
Effect indicator
BLC indicator *
Focus indicator *
EIS indicator
Battery life indicator
Memory type indicator
Counter
(Elapsed time /Remaining time)
Warning and note indicator
Record/Stop indicator
Optical zoom indicator
Digital zoom indicator
7
Move
17
4
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
OK
Play
5
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Mode indicator
Lock indicator
Current display indicator
Move (Help Key)
Play (Help Key)
Damaged file indicator
Scroll bar
Multi selection indicator
Battery life indicator
Memory type indicator
Image counter (Current image)
13
12.
13.
14.
15.
100-0001
11
Image size indicator
Date/Time indicator
Volume indicator
Counter
(Elapsed time /Recorded time)
[ Notes ]
✤ Settings indicated with * will not be retained when the Sports Camcorder is
turned off.
✤ The OSD indicators of this product are based on model SC-X210L.
✤ The OSD indicators are based on internal memory.
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Location of Controls : LCD Display
OSD (On Screen Display in Photo Capture Mode / Photo View Mode)
Photo Capture Mode
13 12
11
Photo View Mode
11
10 9
1
2
1
8
3
W
8
10
100-0001
2
7
1
3
14
9
100-0001
2
1X
7
Capturing...
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Photo View Mode
1
6
6
10X
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4
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
Move
Sepia
Sepia
5
Mode indicator
White balance indicator
Program AE indicator
Date/Time indicator
Effect indicator
BLC indicator *
Focus indicator *
EIS indicator
Battery life indicator
Memory type indicator
Warning and note indicator
Multi shot indicator
Flash indicator
Optical zoom indicator
Digital zoom indicator
4
15
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
OK
View
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Mode indicator
Lock indicator
Current display indicator
Move (Help Key)
View (Help Key)
Scroll bar indicator
Multi selection indicator
Battery life indicator
Memory type indicator
Image counter indicator
(Current image)
11. DPOF indicator
12
12. Date/Time indicator
[ Notes ]
✤ Settings indicated with * will not be retained when the Sports Camcorder is turned off.
✤ The OSD indicators are based on internal memory.
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Location of Controls : LCD Display
OSD (On Screen Display in MP3 Mode)
MP3 Mode
MP3 Mode
10
9
1
00:12
2
Move
4
OK
6
2
3
4
5
6
5
Mode indicator
File name indicator
Lock indicator
Move (Help Key)
Play (Help Key)
Scroll bar indicator
Battery life indicator
Memory type indicator
Counter(Elapsed time)
Repeat indicator
Life is cool.mp3
Sweetbox
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POP
11
00:01:07/00:03:27
7
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
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Stereo 44.1KHz 192Kbps
Search
Play
15 14
1/10
1
Life is cool.mp3
Everytime.mp3
Toxic.mp3
Don't push me.mp3
Love you.mp3
3
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
16
8 7
List
8
OK
9
Pause
10
Mode indicator
File name indicator
Artist indicator
Sampling rate/Bit rate
Operation indicator
Progress bar indicator
Search (Help Key)
Counter(Elapsed time/Full time)
List (Help Key)
Play/Pause (Help Key)
Volume indicator
Equalizer indicator
Lock indicator
Battery life indicator
Memory type indicator
File number indicator
(Current / Total)
[ Notes ]
✤ Settings will be retained when the Sports Camcorder is turned off.
✤ The MP3 file with tag information will display the artist name.
MP3 files with no tag information will leave the item blank.
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Location of Controls : LCD Display
OSD (On Screen Display in Voice Record Mode/ Voice Play Mode)
Voice Record Mode
8
Voice Play Mode
7
1
2
3
4
5
10
9
1
00:12
1/3
1
SWAV0001.WAV
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Stereo 8.0KHz 64Kbps
2006/01/01 12:00:00 AM
3
2006/01/01 12:00:10 AM
2006/01/01 12:00:20 AM
Move
6
Mode indicator
File name indicator
Date/Time indicator
Sampling rate/Bit rate
Operation indicator
Counter
(Elapsed Time / Remaining Time)
7. Battery life indicator
8. Memory type indicator
4
OK
11
7
1
2
6
9
Stereo 8.0KHz 64Kbps
3
4
00:00:02/00:00:12
5
5
Mode indicator
Date/Time indicator
Lock indicator
Move (Help Key)
Play (Help Key)
Scroll bar indicator
Battery life indicator
Memory type indicator
File number indicator
(Current / Total)
10. Counter(Elapsed time)
11. Repeat indicator
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SWAV0001.WAV
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Search
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
1/3
1
Play
[ Note ]
✤ Settings will be retained when the Sports Camcorder is turned off.
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8
2
00:00:12/34:59:48
Stop
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
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Voice Play Mode
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
List
6
OK
7
Pause
8
File name indicator
Date/Time indicator
Operation indicator
Progress bar indicator
Search (Help Key)
List (Help Key)
Counter
(Elapsed time / Recorded time)
Play/Pause/Stop (Help Key)
Volume indicator
Lock indicator
File Number (Current / Total)
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Location of Controls : LCD Display
OSD (On Screen Display in File Browser Mode/System Settings Mode)
File Browser Mode
7
System Settings Mode
6
7
1
2
3
4
1
/DCIM/100SSDVC
DCAM0001.JPG
DCAM0002.JPG
DCAM0003.JPG
DCAM0004.JPG
Move
OK
2
System Settings
Ver.
3
5
Play
Mode indicator
Current selected folder indicator
Current selected file indicator
Lock indicator
Scroll bar indicator
Battery life indicator
Memory type indicator
TYPE
Storage Type
Internal
External
Move
4
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
6
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
OK
Select
5
Mode indicator
Menu tab
Setup item
Move (Help Key)
Select (Help Key)
Battery life indicator
Memory type indicator
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How to Use the Battery Pack
Battery Pack Installation / Ejection
It is recommended you purchase one or more additional battery packs to allow continuous use of your Sports Camcorder.
To insert the battery pack
<Insert>
<Eject>
Slide the battery pack into the groove until it clicks.
To eject the battery pack
Pull the Battery eject switch to eject the battery
pack.
Battery
SB-P120A (1200mAh)
SB-P190A (1900mAh)
[ Notes ]
✤ Clean the terminals to remove foreign substances before inserting the battery pack.
✤ If the Sports Camcorder will not be in use for a while, remove the battery pack from the Sports Camcorder.
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How to Use the Battery Pack
Maintaining the Battery Pack
✤ The battery pack should be recharged in an environment of between 32°F(0°C) and 104°F(40°C).
✤ The battery pack should never be charged in a room temperature that is below 32°F(0°C).
✤ The life and capacity of the battery pack will be reduced if it is used in temperatures below 32°F(0°C) or left in temperatures
above 104°F(40°C) for a long period.
✤ Do not put the battery pack near any heat sources (fire or flames, for example).
✤ Do not disassemble, process, press or heat the Battery Pack.
✤ Do not allow the + and - terminals of the battery pack to be short-circuited. It may cause leakage, heat generation,
induce fire and overheating.
✤ It is recommended that you use the original Samsung Battery Pack that is available at the retailer where you purchased the
Sports Camcorder.
Continuous recording time based on battery type
If you close the LCD screen, it switches off automatically.
The continuous recording times given in the table below are approximations. Actual recording time depends on usage.
Time
Battery
SB-P120A (1200mAh)
SB-P190A (1900mAh)
Continuous Recording Time
LCD ON
Backlight OFF
Approx. 1 hr. 20 min. Approx. 1 hr. 40 min.
Approx. 2 hr. 30 min. Approx. 2 hr. 50 min.
[ Warning ]
✤ When you eject the battery pack from the Sports Camcorder, hold the battery pack to prevent it from dropping to the floor.
[ Notes ]
✤ Prepare an extra battery if you use the Sports Camcorder outdoors.
✤ Contact a Samsung retailer to purchase a new battery pack.
✤ If you zoom in or out, the recording time becomes shorter.
✤ ‘The Continuous Recording Time' listed is approximate and is affected by functions such as zooming.
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How to Use the Battery Pack
Battery Level Display
The Battery Level Display shows the amount of battery power remaining in the Battery Pack.
Battery Level Indicator
State
Message
Fully charged
20~40% used
40~60% used
60~80% used
80~95% used
Exhausted(flickers)
The device will soon turn off.
Change the Battery Pack
as soon as possible.
(flickers)
The device will be forced to
turn off after 5 seconds.
-
STBY 00:00:00:00:40:05
720i
F
Recording...
S
-
“Low battery”
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Charge
indicator
Tips for Battery Identification
If the battery has been fully charged, the charge indicator is green.
If you are charging the battery, the color of the charge indicator is orange.
The charge indicator flickers if the battery is abnormal.
Charging time based on battery type
Capacity
SB-P120A (1200mAh)
SB-P190A (1900mAh)
using AC Power Adapter
Approx. 1 hr. 50 min
Approx. 3 hr. 20 min
using USB cable
Approx. 3hr. 40 min
Approx. 6hr. 20 min
[ Notes ]
✤ You may charge your Sports Camcorder by connecting it to a PC with the USB cable.
✤ You may not charge via USB if the power is on.
✤ The charging time with the USB cable may differ depending on the PC.
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How to Use the Battery Pack
Charging the Battery Pack
1. Turn off the Sports Camcorder by pressing the [POWER]
button.
Connecting the AC Power Adapter
2. Insert the Battery Pack to the unit.
3. Open the connector cover of the unit.
4. Charge the battery pack with using AC Power Adapter
or USB Cable.
AC Power Adapter
USB Cable
Connect the AC Power Adapter with the Sports
Camcorder properly and plug the AC Power Adapter
to the wall outlet.
Connect the USB Cable with the Sports Camcorder
properly and connect the other side to a USB port of
a PC.
DC IN jack
Connecting the USB Cable
USB
USB port
MMC/SD
[ Warning ]
✤ It is recommended you fully charge the battery pack before use.
✤ You should only charge the battery in an environment between
32°F and 104°F.
✤ If ambient temperature is too low when charging, it may take long
to fully charge or may not fully charge the battery, which results
the green indicator will not turn on.
✤ Before connecting the cable, make sure that you don’t have any
foreign substances between connectors.
SD
USB
[ Note ]
✤ You may use the Sports Camcorder powered by the AC Power
Adapter indoors where available.
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The LED Color
The LED Color indicates the power or charge status.
Recording / Charging Indicator
LED Color
Red
Orange
Green
During Recording
Recording
<Movie and Voice Recorder Mode>
-
During Charging
-
Recording /
Charging Indicator
Charging
Fully Charged
LED Color
Blue
Power
On
DC IN
Power Indicator
Before You Start Operating the Sports Camcorder
Before using the Sports Camcorder, refer to this page for easy operation. The memory card is not supplied.
1. Insert the Battery Pack and insert a memory card into the Memory Card slot. ➥page 34
2. Charge the Battery Pack by directly connecting the AC Power Adapter to the Sports Camcorder.
➥page 25
3. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
4. Select the desired mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
5. Press the [Record / Stop] button to take a picture, start recording movie / voice.
6. When finished, press the [POWER] button to turn the Sports Camcorder off.
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Using the MODE button
The Mode button is used to change the Sports Camcorder mode. Available modes are Movie, Photo, MP3, Voice Recorder,
File Browser and System Settings.
Setting the Mode
Set the desired mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
The Sports Camcorder switches to the designated mode.
Functions of Each Mode
Movie
Photo
MP3
Movie mode
You can record and play movie files.
Photo mode
You can take and view photo files.
MP3 mode
You can play back mp3 files.
Voice Recorder
File Browser
System Settings
Voice Recorder mode
You can record and listen to voice files.
File Browser mode
You can delete, lock, copy the file and view
file information.
System Settings mode
Using this mode, you can set / adjust settings
regarding the LCD display, Date / Time,
Reset and Memory management.
Power Saving Function
The LCD monitor is turned off after a certain period of time has passed (see below) in each mode in order to prevent
unnecessary battery power consumption.
Press any button to go back and turn on the LCD monitor.
Mode
Video
Photo
MP3
Voice
Time
10 min.
3 min.
30 sec.
30 sec.
File Browser System Settings
30 sec.
60 sec.
USB
60 sec.
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Using the Function button
The Function button is used to make a selection, move the cursor, select the functions and exit from the menu.
Using the Function button
Button
Recording /
Capturing
Playing/Viewing
Zoom out (▲ )
Multi-Play screen / List
Zoom in (▼)
-
Function button
Move Upwards
Move Left
Change from Record/
Capture to Play/View
Play/Pause
Recording
Change from Play/View to
Record/Capture
Confirm Selection
Move Right
Move
Downwards
Select menu
Using the Joystick
✤ The joystick is used to make a selection, move the cursor, select
functions, and exit from the menu.
1. Move the cursor left / right by moving the [Joystick].
2. Move the cursor up / down by moving the [Joystick].
◆ You can adjust the volume by moving the [Joystick] (up / down)
in Movie / MP3 / Voice Recorder playback modes
3. Confirm your selection by pressing the [Joystick(OK)].
Using the MENU button
1. Set the desired mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
2. Press the [MENU] button.
3. Move the cursor by moving the [Joystick] up / down / left / right to select desired menu item, and then
press the [Joystick(OK)] to confirm.
4. Press the [MENU] button to finish.
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Using the DISPLAY button
Each press of the [DISPLAY] button toggles the OSD indicator on and off.
1. Open the LCD monitor.
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
◆ The movie screen appears.
◆ You can select Movie mode or Previous mode as the start-up mode in System Settings. ➥page 109
3. Press the [DISPLAY] button.
If you press the [DISPLAY] button in Movie and Photo modes
✤ Once : All indicators will disappear on the screen.
✤ Twice : The backlight turns off.
✤ 3 times : It returns to the initial screen.
[ Note ]
✤ Above description applies to the Movie and Photo mode.
E
DISPLAY DELETE
button
button
HOLD
DELET
Y
DISPLA
If you press the [DISPLAY] button in another mode
✤ Once : The back light turns off.
✤ Twice : It returns to the initial screen.
[ Note ]
✤ Above description applies to the MP3/Voice Recorder/File Browser/System
Settings mode.
Using the DELETE button
The [DELETE] button is used to delete saved files.
◆
◆
◆
◆
<OK>: The selected file is deleted.
<Multi Select>: The selected files will be deleted.
<All>: All files will be deleted.
<Cancel>: Cancels deletion.
100-0003
OK
Multi Select
All
Cancel
Move
OK
?
ERROR
Select
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Structure of the Folders and Files
The movie files and photo files are stored in internal memory or on a memory card as shown below.
[ Notes ]
✤ Refer to page 33 for details about memory card.
✤ You can store general data in files and folders of the Sports
Camcorder.
✤ You can store up to 9,999 files and 999 folders.
✤ DCAM✽✽✽✽.JPG: Photo file
SMOV✽✽✽✽.AVI: Movie file
SWAV✽✽✽✽.WAV: Voice file
✽✽✽✽✽✽✽✽.MP3: MP3 file
✤ MISC: DPOF files are stored.
✤ You can freely change the file or folder names in the Music
folder.
✤ Movie files made on other manufacturers' equipment may not
play on this Sports Camcorder.
[ Warning ]
✤ Do not turn the power off while recording, playing, erasing
files or formatting.
✤ Turn the power off before you insert or eject the memory
card to avoid losing data.
✤ Save important files separately.
✤ Memory cards are made with precision technology. They
are sensitive and vulnerable to electric shock, temperature
and humidity. Be cautious with handling them to avoid
losing data.
✤ Damaged data may not be recovered, and SAMSUNG
is not responsible for lost data. Make sure to back up
important files on your PC separately.
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MP3 file
Movie
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Voice
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Recording Time and Capacity
Movie Record Time
Media
1GB (SC-X210L)
2GB (SC-X220L)
approx. 86min. approx. 58min. approx. 130min. approx. 86min. approx. 262min. approx. 130min.
512MB (SC-X205L)
Internal
Memory
32MB
SD/MMC
Normal
720i/720p
Super Fine
352p
720i/720p
approx. 21min. approx. 14min.
approx. 43min. approx. 29min.
Capacity
approx. 1min. 20sec. approx. 50sec.
Fine
352p
720i/720p
352p
approx. 32min. approx. 21min. approx. 65min. approx. 32min.
approx. 65min. approx. 43min. approx. 131min. approx. 65min.
approx. 2min. approx. 1min. 20sec. approx. 4min.
approx. 2min.
64MB
approx. 3min.
approx. 2min.
approx. 4min.
approx. 3min.
approx. 7min.
approx. 4min.
128MB
approx. 4min.
approx. 3min.
approx. 7min.
approx. 4min.
approx. 17min.
approx. 7min.
256MB
approx. 11min.
approx. 7min.
approx. 17min. approx. 11min.
approx. 32min. approx. 17min.
512MB
approx. 21min. approx. 14min.
approx. 32min. approx. 21min.
approx. 65min. approx. 32min.
1GB
approx. 43min. approx. 29min.
approx. 65min. approx. 43min. approx. 131min. approx. 65min.
2GB
approx. 86min. approx. 58min. approx. 130min. approx. 86min. approx. 262min. approx. 130min.
[ Notes ]
✤ The recording time and capacity is an approximation.
✤ The recording time shown are maximum figures based on using one function.
In actual use, using more than one function will reduce the capacity of each.
✤ The compressibility is changed automatically depending on the recorded images. The maximum recording time and
capacity can be changed in ‘Movie Record’.
✤ The Sports camcorder supports 2GB memory cards and lower. Any card above 2GB may not record or play properly.
✤ If you record movie files at Normal(352/720) quality to the internal memory or a memory card, the recording time increases
but the movie may have lower quality than other levels.
✤ The recording time and capacity may vary if a bad sector(section) is generated when you record movie files
to a memory card.
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Number of Photos that can be taken
Media
Capacity
512MB (SC-X205L)
Internal
Memory
SD/MMC
1GB (SC-X210L)
2GB (SC-X220L)
32MB
64MB
128MB
256MB
512MB
1GB
2GB
Quality
640x480
approx. 2875
approx. 5754
approx. 11511
approx. 177
approx. 357
approx. 716
approx. 1436
approx. 2875
approx. 5754
approx. 11511
Voice Record Time
Media
Internal
Memory
SD/MMC
Capacity
Time
512MB (SC-X205L)
approx. 17hr.
1GB (SC-X210L)
2GB (SC-X220L)
32MB
64MB
128MB
256MB
512MB
approx. 35hr.
approx. 70hr.
approx. 1hr.
approx. 2hr.
approx. 4hr.
approx. 8hr.
approx. 17hr.
approx. 35hr.
approx. 70hr.
1GB
2GB
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Number of MP3 files that can be saved
Media
Internal
Memory
SD/MMC
Capacity
MP3 files
512MB (SC-X205L)
approx. 128files
approx. 256files
approx. 512files
approx. 8files
approx. 16files
approx. 32files
1GB (SC-X210L)
2GB (SC-X220L)
32MB
64MB
128MB
256MB
512MB
1GB
2GB
approx. 64files
approx. 128files
approx. 256files
approx. 512files
[ Notes ]
✤ Number of MP3 files that can be saved is based on 128Kbps
sampling / 4MB size.
✤ Capacity may vary depending on file size.
✤ You must only format the memory card on the Sports Camcorder.
➥page 100
✤ Do not format the memory card on your PC.
✤ If you set the light on, the number of photos that can be taken will
be reduced.
✤ The recordable time and number of files are maximum figures
based on using one function.
In actual use, using more than one function will reduce the capacity
of each.
✤ While saving to a Memory Card, recording may stop and a message
will appear saying <Low speed card. Please record at lower
quality.> It is because the writing speed of the Memory Card is slow.
We recommended using a Memory Card of 1.25MB/sec or greater.
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Getting Started
Using a Memory card (SD/MMC) (not supplied)
✤ Samsung is not responsible for data loss due to misuse.
✤ Turning the power off / ejecting the memory card during memory operation such as formatting, deleting, recording, and
playback may damage the data.
✤ You may modify the name of a file / folder stored in the memory card using a PC. The Sports Camcorder may not recognize
modified files.
✤ It is recommended that you power off before inserting or ejecting the memory card to avoid losing data.
✤ It is not guaranteed that you may use a memory card formatted on other devices. Be sure to format your memory card using
the Sports Camcorder.
✤ Save important files separately on other media, such as floppy disk, hard disk, or CD.
✤ You have to format newly-purchased memory cards, memory cards that the Sports Camcorder cannot recognize or the
cards that have data saved by other devices.
✤ A memory card has a certain life span. If you use it for a long time, you may not be able to record new data. In this case,
you have to purchase a new memory card.
✤ Do not bend, drop, or apply a strong impact to the Memory Card.
✤ Do not use or store in a hot, dusty or humid environment.
✤ Do not allow foreign substances on the memory card terminals. Use a soft dry cloth to clean the terminals if required.
✤ Use a memory card case to avoid losing data from moving and static electricity.
✤ After a period of use, the memory card may get warm. This is normal and not a malfunction.
✤ Damaged data may not be recovered, and SAMSUNG is not responsible for the lost data. Make sure to back up important
files separately on a PC.
✤ miniSD/RS-MMC cards must be inserted in a special card adapter in order to be used.
✤ Be sure to insert miniSD/RS-MMC cards in the dedicated card adapter before use. Inserting a card in the Sports Camcorder
without the adapter may damage the Sports Camcorder or the card.
✤ Do not insert an empty card adapter in the Sports Camcorder. Do not leave the adapter in the
Terminals
Sports Camcorder while inserting or removing miniSD/RS-MMC cards. This may cause the
Protection
Sports Camcorder to malfunction.
Tab
Label
<SD/MMC>
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Getting Started
Inserting / Ejecting the memory card (SD/MMC) (not supplied)
Inserting a memory card
2. Insert the memory card into the memory card slot until it softly clicks.
Label
pasting portion
SD Memory Card
MMC/SD
3. Close the Front cover.
Caution: This screen will appear if the memory card is inserted with the power on.
◆ If you select <OK>, the memory type changes to ‘External’ and
if you select <Cancel>, files are stored in internal memory.
◆ If you insert a locked memory card, the [ ] icon is displayed
next to the memory type indicator.
USB
1. Open the Front cover.
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External memory inserted.
F
Do you want to change
memory to external?
OK
Cancel
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Ejecting a memory card
1. Open the Front cover.
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SD Memory Card
3. Pull the memory card out of the memory card slot and close the
Front cover.
USB
2. Slightly push the memory card inwards to pop it out.
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How to set to
Movie mode
1. Press the [POWER] button to
turn on the Sports Camcorder.
U
MEN
Power
button
E
HOLD
MOD
2. The Movie Record screen
appears.
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Recording .......................................................................................36
Recording..................................................................................36
Zooming In and Out..................................................................37
Playing.............................................................................................38
Playing Movie Files on the LCD monitor .................................38
Playing Multiple Movie Files .....................................................39
Setting the Recording Options ....................................................41
Setting the Movie Size..............................................................41
Setting the Movie Quality .........................................................42
Setting the White Balance ........................................................43
Setting the Program AE (Programmed Auto Exposure)..........44
Setting the Effects ....................................................................45
Setting the EIS (Electronic Image Stabilizer) ...........................46
Setting the Focus......................................................................47
Setting the BLC (Backlight Compensation) .............................48
Setting the Digital Zoom ...........................................................49
Setting the Record Mode .........................................................50
Setting the Line In/Out..............................................................51
Setting the Viewing Options.........................................................52
Deleting Movie Files .................................................................52
Setting the Play Mode ..............................................................53
Locking Movie Files ..................................................................54
Copying Movie Files .................................................................55
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◆ Save important data / recordings separately on other media, to
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Movie Mode : Recording
Recording
You can record video and store it in memory.
Refer to the page 119 for recording video using the External Camera Module.
1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
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◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
◆ You can select Movie mode or Previous mode as the start-up mode in System Settings. ➥
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2. Press [Record/Stop] button to start recording.
◆ [ ● ] indicator displays on the LCD monitor..
◆ The elapsed and remaining times are displayed and the Sports Camcorder starts
recording.
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3. Press the [Record/Stop] button again to stop recording.
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Recording...
4. After recording, press the [POWER] button to turn off the Sports Camcorder to
prevent battery power consumption.
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Reading the Counter
Elapsed time Remaining time
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◆ The Sports Camcorder stops recording.
◆ The timestamp will be recorded along with the movie to enable faster searching.
◆
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✤ If the Auto Shut Off is set, the Sports Camcorder turns off automatically after 5 minutes.
✤ Detach the Battery Pack when you finish recording to prevent unnecessary battery power consumption.
✤ To adjust the LCD screen brightness, set the <LCD Brightness> in System Settings mode. ➥page 102
✤ The LCD monitor brightness will not affect the brightness of the recording.
✤ If you are recording with the LCD panel closed outward, the microphone will be blocked inward as well, which can cause
deterioration of the sound strength and make noise. So make sure the microphone stays open outward in recording.
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Movie Mode : Recording
Zooming In and Out
Zooming allows you to change the size of the subject captured in a scene.
You can take advantage of the 10x optical electro motion zoom lens.
1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
◆ You can select Movie mode or Previous mode as the start-up mode in System Settings. ➥page 109
2. Press the [Record/Stop] button to start recording.
Zoom Out
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720i
1X
F
Slide the [W/T] switch up to zoom out.
●
●
●
The shot subject’s size is reduced, and you can record
movies as if you were far away from the subject.
On the zoom indicator in the LCD screen, the arrow
moves to W.
The smallest rate of zoom out is the default rate (original
resolution of the subject).
10X
T
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W
720i
1X
F
10X
Slide the [ W/T] switch down to zoom in.
●
●
●
T
S
The subject is larger, and you can record movies as if you
were close to the subject.
On the zoom indicator the arrow moves to T.
The largest optical zoom ratio is 10x.
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W
1X
F
10X
T
[ Notes ]
✤ Frequent use of zooming may result in higher battery power consumption.
✤ Optical zoom preserves the image quality.
✤ Refer to page 49 to read about Digital Zoom.
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Movie Mode : Playing
Playing Movie Files on the LCD monitor
You can view playback of movie files on the LCD monitor.
1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
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◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
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2. Press the [PLAY] button or [Joystick(OK)].
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[PLAY ]
button
3. Move the [Joystick] left/right to find the movie file you want to view.
◆ Each movement of the [Joystick] goes to the previous/next movie.
4. Press the [PLAY]button or [Joystick(OK)] to play the movie file you want.
◆ Each time you press the [PLAY] button or [Joystick(OK)], play or pause is selected
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repeatedly.
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[ Notes ]
✤ To adjust volume, move the [Joystick] up/down during playback.
✤ If there is no file stored to view, the message <No Files...> appears.
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Movie Mode : Playing
Playing Multiple Movie Files
Using the [W/T] switch in Movie Play mode, you can display multiple images on the LCD monitor.
You can also select and play the desired movie file in a multi-view screen.
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1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
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◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
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2. Press the [PLAY] button or [Joystick(OK)] and move the [W/T] switch to
W(WIDE).
◆ The Multi-view screen appears.
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3. Move the [Joystick] to left/right/up/down to find the movie file you want to play.
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4. Press the [PLAY] button or [Joystick(OK)] to play the movie file you want.
◆ Each time you press the [PLAY] button or [Joystick(OK)], play or pause is selected
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ERROR
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[ Notes ]
✤ If there is no file stored to view, the message <No Files...> appears.
✤ When the earphones, Audio / Video cable or External Camera Module is connected to the
Sports Camcorder, the built-in speaker will automatically turn off.
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Movie Mode : Playing
Controls used to play the movie file
[PLAY] button or [Joystick(OK)]: Play or pause the movie file
[W] switch: The Multi-play screen appears.
[Joystick](left): In Movie Play mode: Press it to move to previous file.
Press and hold it to use RPS (Reverse Playback Search) function.
(RPS rate: 2x➝4x➝8x➝16x➝32x➝64x➝128x)
[Joystick](right): In Movie Play mode: Press it to move to next file.
Press and hold it to use FPS (Forward Playback Search) function.
(FPS rate: 2x➝4x➝8x➝16x➝32x➝64x➝128x)
In Movie Play mode: Press and hold it to play slowly when paused.
Press it to move to the next frame when paused.
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Adjusting the Sound
1. Press the [PLAY] button or [Joystick(OK)] to play the movie file in Movie play
mode.
2. Move the [Joystick] up to increase the volume.
◆ Each time you move the [Joystick] up, the volume bar increases and the sound level will
get louder.
◆ The volume bar disappears after 1~2 seconds.
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3. Move the [Joystick] down to decrease the volume.
◆ Each time you move the [Joystick] down, the volume bar decreases and the sound level will
get quieter.
◆ The volume bar disappears after 1~2 seconds.
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[ Notes ]
✤ You can adjust the volume up to 10 steps.
✤ You can also play the movie file on a TV screen by connecting the Sports Camcorder to a TV. ➥page 127
✤ A video codec is required to play the movie files recorded on the Sports Camcorder on a computer.
Install the software provided in the Software CD to have the CODEC automatically installed in the system. If you do not have
the CD, search the product model name in the Download Center on the Samsung Electronics home page (www.samsung.
com) to get the CODEC installation file. ➥page 124
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Movie Mode : Setting the Recording Options
Setting the Movie Size
You can set the movie files size. The file storage capacity depends on the memory capacity and
movie file size.
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1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
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◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
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2. Press the [MENU] button.
Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <Size>.
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3. Move the [Joystick] up / down to select an option, and then press the
[Joystick(OK)].
Movie
AE
Size
720x480
352x240
◆ Available options are: <720x480> / <352x240>
4. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
◆ The selected function icon is displayed.
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3
OK
Select
MENU
Exit
Movie
AE
Size
720x480
352x240
[ Notes ]
✤ If <TV> is selected in <Record Mode>, the size is set to 720i only.
If <PC> is selected in <Record Mode>, the size is set to 720p or 352p.
✤ Regarding detailed image capacity. ➥page 31.
✤ Higher resolution requires more memory space, which results in shorter maximum recording
time.
✤ When the screen size is set to 352(352x240), it is played back in smaller size than
720(720x480) on PC.
✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to Movie
Record mode.
Move
4
OK
Select
MENU
Exit
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Movie Mode : Setting the Recording Options
Setting the Movie Quality
You can set the movie file's quality. The files storage capacity depends on the memory
capacity and movie file quality.
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1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
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◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
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2. Press the [MENU] button.
Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <Quality>.
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Movie
AE
Quality
Super Fine
Fine
Normal
3. Move the [Joystick] up / down to select an option, and then press the
[Joystick(OK)].
◆ Available options are: <Super Fine> / <Fine> / <Normal>
Move
3
4. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
F
N
OK
Select
MENU
Exit
MENU
Exit
Movie
AE
Quality
Super Fine
Fine
Normal
◆ The selected function icon is displayed.
Move
[ Notes ]
✤ Regarding detailed image capacity. ➥page 31.
✤ You can record video files with size of 720i/Normal, 720p/Normal, 352p/Fine and 352p/
Normal onto a Memory Card but the quality is not guaranteed.
✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to
Movie Record mode.
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4
SF
F
N
OK
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Movie Mode : Setting the Recording Options
Setting the White Balance
The White Balance may vary depending on the lighting conditions.
The White Balance is used to preserve natural colors under different lighting conditions.
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1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
F
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
Recording...
2. Press the [MENU] button.
Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <White Balance>.
3. Move the [Joystick] up / down to select an option, and then press the
[Joystick(OK)].
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Movie
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◆ To set Custom, frame your Sports Camcorder on a white area (such as a wall),
White Balance
filling the LCD monitor with white color. Press the [Joystick(OK)] to set.
Movies recorded after the Custom set will be affected by the setting.
Auto
Automatically sets according to the recording environment.
Daylight
Adjusts the color according to daylight/indoor, outdoor light
Fluorescent
Suitable for a fluorescent light environment.
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Daylight
Fluorescent
Move
3
A
OK
Select
MENU
Exit
MENU
Exit
Movie
AE
Tungsten
Custom
Suitable for an incandescent light environment.
White Balance
You can adjust the white balance as you wish based on the recording environment.
Auto
Daylight
Fluorescent
4. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
◆ The selected function icon is displayed.
◆ If <Auto> is selected, no icon will be displayed.
Move
4
OK
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[ Notes ]
✤ When recording outdoors, the <Auto> setting will allow you to achieve the best results.
✤ As the lighting conditions change, set the appropriate white balance before recording.
✤ The subject used for <Custom> should be white color. If not, the color balance will not be natural.
✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to Movie
Record mode.
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Movie Mode : Setting the Recording Options
Setting the Program AE (Programmed Auto Exposure)
Program AE modes are preset automatic exposure modes based upon an internal computer
program. It allows you to adjust the aperture setting to suit different conditions.
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1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
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◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
Recording...
2. Press the [MENU] button.
Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <Program AE>.
3. Move the [Joystick] up / down to select an option, and then press the
[Joystick(OK)].
Auto
2
For recording fast-moving people or objects. It is suitable for sports events
and recording outside in the car.
Spotlight
Compensates for a subject that appears too bright under strong direct light
such as spotlight. It is suitable for concerts and school performances.
Movie
AE
Auto
Sports
Spotlight
AE
AUTO
Move
3
OK
Select
MENU
Exit
Select
MENU
Exit
Movie
AE
Program AE
Auto
Sports
Spotlight
Use when the light is very strong such as on the beach or in the snow.
4. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
◆ The selected function icon is displayed.
◆ If <Auto> is selected, no icon will be displayed.
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Auto balances between the subject and background to get the best result.
The shutter speed automatically varies from 1/60 to 1/250 per second depending
on the scene.
Sports
Sand/Snow
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4
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[ Note ]
✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to Movie
Record mode.
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Movie Mode : Setting the Recording Options
Setting the Effects
You can apply various digital effects to your recording.
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1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
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◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
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2. Press the [MENU] button.
Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <Effect>.
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Movie
AE
Effect
Off
Art
Mosaic
3. Move the [Joystick] up / down to select an option, and then press the
[Joystick(OK)].
Off
Art
Mosaic
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Mirror
B&W
Cancels the <Effect>.
Adds artistic effects to your movie file.
A mosaic overlay appears on your movie file.
The image is displayed in sepia color similar to that of an old photograph.
Reverses the colors, creating the look of a negative.
This mode cuts the image in half using a Mirror effect.
Changes the images into Black and White.
Move
3
◆ The selected effect and icon are displayed.
◆ If <Off> is selected, no icon will be displayed.
Select
MENU
Exit
OK
Select
MENU
Exit
Movie
AE
Effect
Negrtive
Mirror
B&W
Move
4. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
OK
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[ Note ]
✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to Movie
Record mode.
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Movie Mode : Setting the Recording Options
Setting the EIS (Electronic Image Stabilizer)
The Electrical Image Stabilizer is a function that compensates for hand shake and other
movements while recording.
EIS provides a more stable image when:
◆ Recording with zoom
◆ Recording small objects
◆ Recording while walking or moving
◆ Recording through the window in a vehicle
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1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
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PC
EIS
2. Press the [MENU] button.
Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <EIS>.
3. Move the [Joystick] up / down to select an option, and then press the
[Joystick(OK)].
On
Off
Move
3
OK
Select
MENU
Exit
Movie
◆ <On>: Enables EIS function.
TV
PC
EIS
◆ <Off>: Disables EIS function.
On
Off
4. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
◆ If you select <On>, the EIS icon (
) is displayed.
◆ If you select <Off>, no icon is displayed.
Move
4
OK
Select
MENU
Exit
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[ Note ]
✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to Movie
Record mode.
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Movie Mode : Setting the Recording Options
Setting the Focus
You can set the focus depending on the subject or environment. In most situations,
it is best to use the AF(Auto Focus).
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1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
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◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
Recording...
2. Press the [MENU] button.
Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <Focus>.
3. Move the [Joystick] up / down to select an option, and then press the
[Joystick(OK)].
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TV
PC
Focus
◆ <AF>: Set the focus automatically.
◆ <MF>: Set the focus manually.
AF
MF
Move
4. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
◆ The selected function icon is displayed.
◆ If you select <AF>, no icon is displayed.
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OK
Select
MENU
Exit
Movie
TV
PC
Focus
AF
MF
Manual Focus <MF>
Adjust the focus using the [Joystick] up/down to zoom in or out manually.
◆ When a picture contains objects that are both close and far away from the Sports
Camcorder.
◆ When a person is enveloped in fog or surrounded by snow.
Move
4
OK
Select
MENU
Exit
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[ Notes ]
✤ The focus is set to <AF> automatically when the Sports Camcorder is turned off.
✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to Movie
Record mode.
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Movie Mode : Setting the Recording Options
Setting the BLC (Backlight Compensation)
The Backlight Compensation function helps to make the subject brighter when the subject is
in front of a window or the subject is too dark to distinguish. You can use this function when
using the Sports Camcorder in bright or snowy backgrounds.
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1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
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◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
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Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <BLC>.
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TV
PC
BLC
On
Off
3. Move the [Joystick] up / down to select an option, and then press the
[Joystick(OK)].
◆ <On>: Set the BLC function.
◆ <Off>: Cancel the BLC function.
Move
3
OK
Select
MENU
Exit
MENU
Exit
Movie
TV
PC
BLC
On
Off
4. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
◆ The selected function (
) icon is displayed.
◆ If you select <Off>, no icon is displayed.
Move
4
[ Notes ]
✤ The BLC is set to <Off> when the Sports Camcorder is turned off.
✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to Movie
Record mode.
OK
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Movie Mode : Setting the Recording Options
Setting the Digital Zoom
Zooming more than 10x is achieved digitally, up to 100X when combined with optical zoom.
The Digital Zoom processes data to enlarge the center portion of the image to fill the frame.
It may produce a less detailed and slightly grainy picture.
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1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
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◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
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Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <Digital Zoom>.
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TV
PC
Digital Zoom
On
Off
3. Move the [Joystick] up / down to select an option, and then press the
[Joystick(OK)].
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◆ <On>: Enables digital zoom. Attempts to zoom in more than 10x will automatically
apply digital zooming. (up to 100x)
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◆ <Off>: Disables digital zoom. Only optical zoom 10x will be supported for zooming
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MENU
Exit
MENU
Exit
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TV
PC
Digital Zoom
On
Off
4. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
◆ When using the digital zoom switch, a digital zoom indicator appears on the screen.
Move
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[ Note ]
✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to
Movie Record mode.
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Movie Mode : Setting the Recording Options
Setting the Record Mode
You can set the proper record mode before starting movie file recording.
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1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
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◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
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2. Press the [MENU] button.
Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <Record Mode>.
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3. Move the [Joystick] up / down to select an option, and then press the
[Joystick(OK)].
Movie
TV
PC
Record Mode
TV
PC
◆ <TV>: The system generates clear images when played back on TV.
◆ <PC>: The system generates clear images when played back on PC.
◆ We recommend copying the file onto a PC or connecting the Sports Camcorder to a
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Select
MENU
Exit
Select
MENU
Exit
TV for a better playback picture.
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Movie
TV
4. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
PC
Record Mode
TV
PC
◆ If you select <TV>, <i> is displayed with size icon.
◆ If you select <PC>, <p> is displayed with size icon.
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[ Notes ]
✤ If <TV> is selected as the Record Mode, the size is set to 720i only.
✤ If <PC> is selected as the Record Mode, the size is set to 720p or 352p.
✤ When the size is set to <352>, <PC> is automatically selected for movie files recording.
✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to
Movie Record mode.
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Movie Mode : Setting the Recording Options
Setting the Line In/Out
You can record or play back the contents of the Sports Camcorder onto an external device
and vice versa. ➥page 127~129
1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
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2. Press the [MENU] button.
Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <Line In/Out>.
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[Joystick(OK)].
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AE
TV
◆ <In>: Select this when recording the contents of an external device into the Sports
PC
Line In/Out
Camcorder.
In
Out
◆ <Out>: Select this when recording or playing back the contents of the Sports
Camcorder onto an external device.
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4. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
◆ The Sports Camcorder is set to the selected setting.
[ Note ]
✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to
Movie Record mode.
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Select
MENU
Exit
Movie
TV
AE
PC
Line In/Out
In
Out
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Select
MENU
Exit
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Movie Mode : Setting the Viewing Options
Deleting Movie Files
You can delete saved movie files.
1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
2
[PLAY ]
button
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
2. Press the [PLAY] button or [Joystick(OK)].
◆ Switches to Movie Play mode.
◆ Move to desired movie file, using the [Joystick].
Deleting Movie Files in Full Screen-View
3. Press the [DELETE] button on the LCD monitor.
4. Select an option by moving the [Joystick] up / down and then press the
[Joystick(OK)].
[Joystick(OK)]
3
◆ <OK>: Deletes the selected movie file.
◆ <Cancel>: Cancels the deletion.
Deleting Movie Files in Multi-View
3. Move the [W/T] switch to W (WIDE).
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OK
Cancel
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◆ The screen switches to multi-view.
4. Press the [DELETE] button on the LCD monitor.
5. Select an option by moving the [Joystick] up / down and then press the
[Joystick(OK)].
◆ <OK>: Deletes the selected movie file using the [Joystick(OK)].
◆ <Multi Select>: Multiple movie files can be selected using the [Joystick(OK)].
< ✔ > indicator appears on the selected files.
Press the [PLAY] button to delete.
◆ <All>: All movie files will be deleted.
◆ <Cancel>: Cancels the deletion.
[ Notes ]
✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to Movie
Record mode.
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Movie Mode : Setting the Viewing Options
Setting the Play Mode
You can play all files continuously or play the selected file only. You can also set the repeat option for all files.
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1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
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◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
2. Press the [PLAY] button or [Joystick(OK)].
◆ Switches to Movie Play mode.
3. Press the [MENU] button.
Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <Play Mode>.
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Play One
Play All
Repeat One
4. Move the [Joystick] up / down to select an option, and then press the
[Joystick(OK)].
◆
◆
◆
◆
<Play One>: The selected movie file will be played.
<Play All>: All movie files will be played.
<Repeat One>: The selected movie file will be played repeatedly.
<Repeat All>: All movie files will be played repeatedly.
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4
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OK
Select
MENU
Exit
MENU
Exit
Movie
Play Mode
Play One
Play All
Repeat One
5. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
Press the [PLAY] button.
◆ The selected option will be applied.
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OK
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[ Note ]
✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to Movie
Record mode.
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Movie Mode : Setting the Viewing Options
Locking Movie Files
You can protect saved important movie files from accidental deletion. Protected files will not be
deleted unless you release the protection or format the memory.
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1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
Lock
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
Lock
2. Press the [PLAY] button or [Joystick(OK)].
◆ Switches to Movie Play mode.
◆ Move to desired movie file, using the [Joystick].
Locking Movie Files in Full Screen-View
Move
4
OK
Select
MENU
Exit
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3. Press the [MENU] button.
Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <Lock>.
4. Press the [Joystick(OK)] to lock.
◆ The selected movie file is locked.
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3. Move the [W/T] switch to W (WIDE).
◆ The screen switches to multi-view.
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4. Press the [MENU] button.
Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <Lock>.
5. Move the [Joystick] up / down to select an option, and then press the
[Joystick(OK)].
◆ <Lock>: Locks the selected movie file using the [Joystick(OK)].
◆ <Multi Select>: Multiple movie files can be selected using the [Joystick(OK)].
< > indicator appears on the selected files.
Press the [PLAY] button to lock.
◆ <Lock All>: All movie files are locked.
◆ <Unlock All>: Unlocking all movie files.
[ Notes ]
✤ The <
> icon is displayed on the locked file.
✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to Movie
Record mode.
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Lock
Lock
Multi Select
Lock All
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Movie Mode : Setting the Viewing Options
Copying Movie Files
You can copy saved files from the internal memory to a memory card and vice versa.
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1. Insert a memory card in the memory card slot on Sports Camcorder.
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
Movie
Copy To
OK
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
3. Press the [PLAY] button or [Joystick(OK)].
◆ Switches to Movie Play mode.
◆ Move to desired movie file, using the [Joystick].
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4. Press the [MENU] button.
Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <Copy To>.
5. Press the [Joystick(OK)] to copy.
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Select
MENU
Exit
Movie
Copying file(s)...
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OK
Press OK to cancel.
Cancel
◆ Copies the selected movie file.
Copying Movie Files in Multi-View
4. Move the [W/T] switch to W (WIDE).
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Select
MENU
Exit
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◆ The screen switches to multi-view.
5. Press the [MENU] button.
Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <Copy To>.
6. Move the [Joystick] up / down to select an option, and then press the
[Joystick(OK)].
◆ <OK>: Copies the selected movie file.
◆ <Multi Select>: Multiple movie files can be selected using the [Joystick(OK)].
< ✔ > indicator appears on the selected files.
Press the [PLAY] button to copy.
◆ <All>: Cancel copying movie file.
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Copy To
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Multi Select
All
[ Notes ]
✤ The Sports Camcorder copies from the currently-used memory to another. If the internal memory
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was used, it copies to a memory card.
✤ If the memory card is not inserted, you cannot perform the <Copy To> function.
✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to Movie Record mode.
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Exit
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How to set to
Photo mode
1. Press the [POWER] button to
turn on the Sports Camcorder.
U
MEN
Power
button
E
DC IN
HOLD
MOD
2. Set the Photo mode by
pressing the [MODE] button.
Photo
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Capturing Images .....................................................................57
Zooming In and Out..................................................................58
Viewing............................................................................................59
Viewing Photo Files on the LCD monitor .................................59
Viewing Multiple Photo Files ....................................................60
Setting the Capturing Options .....................................................61
Setting the White Balance ........................................................61
Setting the Program AE (Programmed Auto Exposure)..........62
Setting the Effects ....................................................................63
Setting the Flash.......................................................................64
Setting the Continuous Shot ....................................................65
Setting the EIS (Electronic Image Stabilizer) ...........................66
Setting the Focus......................................................................67
Setting the BLC (Backlight Compensation) .............................68
Setting the Digital Zoom ...........................................................69
Setting the Viewing Options.........................................................70
Deleting Photo Files .................................................................70
Setting the Slide show ..............................................................71
Setting the DPOF (Digital Print Order Format) Function .........72
Locking Photo Files ..................................................................73
Copying Photo Files .................................................................74
◆ Save important data / recordings separately on other media, to
avoid accidental loss due to a system failure or other reasons.
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Capturing Images
You can take still photo images.
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U
MEN
1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
POWER
button
E
MOD
C IN
HOLD
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
2. Set the Photo mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
◆ The Photo Capture screen appears.
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to prevent battery power consumption.
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✤ If the battery is low, the flash will not operate automatically.
✤ In order to take pictures on the memory card, insert a memory card and then set the storage
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Photo Mode : Capturing
Zooming In and Out
Zooming lets you change the size of the subject captured in a scene.
You can take advantage of the 10x optical electro motion zoom lens.
1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
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2. Set the Photo mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
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●
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The shot subject’s size is reduced, and you can take a
picture as if you were far away from the subject.
On the zoom indicator in the LCD screen, the arrow
moves to W.
The smallest rate of zoom out is the default rate
(original resolution of the subject).
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●
●
The subject is larger, and you can take a picture as if
you were close to the subject.
On the zoom indicator the arrow moves to T.
The largest optical zoom ratio is 10x, which is the
biggest among the basic zoom.
[ Notes ]
✤ Frequent use of zooming may result in higher battery power consumption.
✤ You can take advantage of 10x digital zoom as well as 10x optical zoom for a
total of 100x zoom.
✤ Optical zoom preserves the image quality.
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Viewing Photo Files on the LCD monitor
It is handy and practical to view pictures using the LCD monitor in locations such as in a car,
indoors, or outdoors.
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1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
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MEN
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
Power
button
ODE
HOLD
M
◆ The Photo Capture screen appears.
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2. Set the Photo mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
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◆ Switches to Photo View mode.
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✤ If there is no file stored to view, the message <No Files...> appears.
✤ Moving the [Joystick] right at the last photo will move to the first photo.
✤ Moving the [Joystick] left at the first photo will move to the last photo.
✤ Moving the [Joystick] left / right for more than 1 second will start fast search.
✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to Photo
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Photo Mode : Viewing
Viewing Multiple Photo Files
Using the [W/T] switch in Photo View mode, you can display multiple images on one LCD screen.
1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
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◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
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2. Set the Photo mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
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3. Press the [PLAY] button or [Joystick(OK)] and slide the [W/T] switch to
W(WIDE).
◆ The Multi-view screen appears.
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want to View.
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5. Press [PLAY] button or [Joystick(OK)] to view the photo file you want.
◆ The full screen is displayed.
[ Notes ]
✤ If there is no file stored to view, the message <No Files...> appears.
✤ Display time may vary depending on the picture size.
✤ The image edited or turned in Image Viewer program on your PC may not be displayed.
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Setting the White Balance
The White Balance allows calibration of the picture for accurate color display in different lighting
conditions. We recommended setting the white balance prior to any photo capturing.
1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
2
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
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2. Set the Photo mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
◆ The Photo Capture screen appears.
3. Press the [MENU] button.
Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <White Balance>.
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4. Move the [Joystick] up / down to select an option, and then press the
[Joystick(OK)].
White Balance
LCD monitor with white color. Press the [Joystick(OK)] to set.
Automatically sets according to the shooting environment.
Daylight
Adjusts the color according to daylight/indoor, outdoor light.
Fluorescent
Tungsten
Custom
Photo
Move
4
Suitable for a fluorescent light environment.
Suitable for an incandescent light environment.
Select
MENU
Exit
MENU
Exit
Photo
White Balance
5. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
[ Notes ]
✤ When taking pictures outdoors, <Auto> setting will allow you to obtain the best results.
✤ As the lighting condition changes, set the appropriate white balance before taking a picture.
✤ The subject used for <Custom> should be white color. If not, the color balance will not be
natural.
✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to Photo
Capture mode.
OK
A
Auto
Daylight
Fluorescent
Adjusts the white balance based on the shooting environment.
◆ The selected function icon is displayed.
◆ If <Auto> is selected, no icon will be displayed.
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Auto
Daylight
Fluorescent
◆ To set Custom, frame your Sports Camcorder on a white area (such as a wall), filling the
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Photo Mode : Setting the Capturing Options
Setting the Program AE (Programmed Auto Exposure)
Program AE modes are preset automatic exposure modes based upon an internal computer
program. Program AE allows you to adjust the aperture setting to suit different conditions.
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1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
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2. Set the Photo mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
◆ The Photo Capture screen appears.
3. Press the [MENU] button.
Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <Program AE>.
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Auto
Sports
For recording fast-moving people or objects. It is suitable for sports events
and recording outside in the car.
Spotlight
Compensates for a subject that appears too bright under strong direct light
such as spotlight. It is suitable for concerts and school performances.
Sand/Snow
Photo
Program AE
Auto
Sports
Spotlight
4. Move the [Joystick] up / down to select an option, and then press the
[Joystick(OK)].
Auto balances between the subject and background to get the best result.
The shutter speed automatically varies from 1/60 to 1/250 per second depending
on the scene.
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MENU
Exit
Select
MENU
Exit
Photo
Program AE
Auto
Sports
Spotlight
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Use when the light is very strong such as on the beach or in the snow.
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5. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
◆ The selected function icon is displayed.
◆ If you select <Auto>, no icon is displayed.
[ Note ]
✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to Photo
Capture mode.
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Setting the Effects
You can apply various digital effects to your photos.
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1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
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2. Set the Photo mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
◆ The Photo Capture screen appears.
3. Press the [MENU] button.
Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <Effect>.
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Cancels the <Effect>.
Adds artistic effects to your photo file.
A mosaic overlay appears on your photo file.
The picture is displayed in sepia color similar to that of an old photograph.
Reverses the colors, creating the look of a negative.
This mode cuts the picture in half using a mirror effect.
Changes the images into Black and White.
Photo
Effect
Off
Art
Mosaic
4. Move the [Joystick] up / down to select an option, and then press the
[Joystick(OK)].
Off
Art
Mosaic
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Mirror
B&W
Move
4
OK
Select
MENU
Exit
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Select
MENU
Exit
Photo
Effect
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Mirror
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5. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
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◆ The selected effect is displayed.
[ Note ]
✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to Photo
Capture mode.
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Setting the Flash
Flash is very useful not only for brighter subjects at night, but also in daytime when there is not
enough lighting on the subject, such as in a shadow, indoors, and in backlight situations.
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1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
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2. Set the Photo mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
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3. Press the [MENU] button.
Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <Flash>.
Photo
Flash
On
Auto
4. Move the [Joystick] up / down to select an option, and then press the
[Joystick(OK)].
Off
◆ <On>: Flash will go on.
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◆ <Auto>: Flash will be set automatically according to lighting conditions.
◆ <Off>: Flash will not come on. Select this option when you cannot use the flash in locations
such as a museum.
5. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
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Exit
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Select
MENU
Exit
Photo
Flash
On
Auto
Off
◆ The selected function icon is displayed.
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5
[ Notes ]
✤ If the battery is low, the flash will not operate automatically.
✤ The Flash used with this unit is an LED, and is is not as effective as a normal strobe flash.
✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to Photo
Capture mode.
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Setting the Continuous Shot
You can take a series of pictures continuously with just one press of the shutter.
1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
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◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
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2. Set the Photo mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
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Continuous Shot
3. Press the [MENU] button.
Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <Continuous Shot>.
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4. Move the [Joystick] up / down to select an option, and then press the
[Joystick(OK)].
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◆ <Off>: Disables Continuous Shot and takes one photo at a time.
◆ <3 shots>: Enables Continuous shot and takes 3 photos in a row.
Select
MENU
Exit
MENU
Exit
Continuous Shot
Off
3 shots
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[ Notes ]
✤ When you set <Continuous Shot>, you cannot use the flash.
✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to Photo
Capture mode.
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5. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
◆ The selected function icon is displayed.
◆ If <Off> is selected, no icon will be displayed.
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Setting the EIS (Electronic Image Stabilizer)
The Electronic Image Stabilizer is a function that compensates for hand shake and other
movements while taking pictures.
EIS provides more stable photo when:
◆ Capturing with zooming
◆ Capturing small objects
◆ Capturing while walking or moving
◆ Capturing through the window in moving vehicle
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1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
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EIS
2. Set the Photo mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
On
Off
◆ The Photo Capture screen appears.
3. Press the [MENU] button.
Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <EIS>.
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4. Move the [Joystick] up / down to select an option, and then press the
[Joystick(OK)].
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MENU
Exit
EIS
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[ Note ]
✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to Photo
Capture mode.
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◆ If you select <On>, the EIS icon (
) is displayed.
◆ If you select <Off>, no icon is displayed.
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On
Off
◆ <On>: Enables EIS function.
◆ <Off>: Disables EIS function.
5. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
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Setting the Focus
Select an appropriate focus method for the best results.
1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
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◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
Capturing...
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2. Set the Photo mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
◆ The Photo Capture screen appears.
3. Press the [MENU] button.
Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <Focus>.
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Photo
Focus
AF
MF
4. Move the [Joystick] up / down to select an option, and then press the
[Joystick(OK)].
◆ <AF>: Set the focus automatically.
◆ <MF>: Set the focus manually.
Move
4
MENU
Exit
OK
Select
MENU
Exit
AF
MF
Manual Focus <MF>
[ Note ]
✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to Photo
Capture mode.
Select
Focus
If you select the <MF>, the icon ( ) is displayed.
If you select the <AF>, no icon is displayed.
Adjust the focus moving [Joystick] up/down to zoom in or out manually.
◆ When a picture has subjects close or distant to the Sports Camcorder
◆ When a person is enveloped in fog or surrounded by snow
OK
Photo
5. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
◆
◆
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Photo Mode : Setting the Capturing Options
Setting the BLC (Backlight Compensation)
The Backlight Compensation function helps to make the subject brighter when the subject is
in front of a window or the subject is too dark to distinguish. You can use this function when
using the Sports Camcorder in the bright backgrounds including snow scenes.
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1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
Capturing...
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◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
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2. Set the Photo mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
◆ The Photo Capture screen appears.
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BLC
3. Press the [MENU] button.
Move the [Joystick] left /right to select <BLC>.
4. Move the [Joystick] up / down to select an option, and then press the
[Joystick(OK)].
◆ <On>: Set the BLC function.
◆ <Off>: Cancel the BLC function.
On
Off
Move
4
OK
Select
MENU
Exit
OK
Select
MENU
Exit
Photo
BLC
On
Off
5. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
◆ The selected function icon (
) is displayed.
◆ If you select <Off>, no icon is displayed.
[ Notes ]
✤ The BLC is set to <Off> when the Sports Camcorder is turned off.
✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to Photo
Capture mode.
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5
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Photo Mode : Setting the Capturing Options
Setting the Digital Zoom
As well as the 10x optical zoom, this Sports Camcorder supports 10x digital zoom which
produces a total of 100x zoom. Exceeding the optical zoom limit will automatically engage the
digital zoom when available. Digital zoom may produce a grainy picture.
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1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
Capturing...
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◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
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2. Set the Photo mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
◆ The Photo Capture screen appears.
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Digital Zoom
3. Press the [MENU] button.
Move the [Joystick] left /right to select <Digital Zoom>.
On
Off
Move
4. Move the [Joystick] up / down to select an option, and then press the
[Joystick(OK)].
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◆ <On>: Enables digital zoom. Attempts to zoom in more than 10x will automatically apply
Select
MENU
Exit
MENU
Exit
Photo
Digital Zoom
digital zooming.(up to 100x)
◆ <Off>: Disables digital zoom. Only optical zoom 10x will be supported for zooming
On
Off
Move
5. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
◆ When using the digital zoom switch, a digital zoom indicator appears on the screen.
OK
OK
Select
5
W
1X
[ Note ]
✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to Photo
Capture mode.
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Photo Mode : Setting the Viewing Options
Deleting Photo Files
You can delete saved Photo files.
1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
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[PLAY]
button
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
2. Set the Photo mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
◆ The Photo Capture screen appears.
3. Press the [PLAY] button or [Joystick(OK)].
◆ Switches to Photo View mode.
◆ Move to desired photo file, using the [Joystick].
Deleting Photo Files in Full Screen-View
4. Press the [DELETE] button on the LCD monitor.
5. Select an option by moving the [Joystick] up / down and then press the
[Joystick(OK)].
[Joystick(OK)]
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OK
Cancel
◆ <OK>: Deletes the selected photo file using the [Joystick(OK)].
◆ <Cancel>: Cancels the deletion.
6. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
Deleting Photo Files in Multi-View
4. Slide the [W/T] switch to W (WIDE).
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◆ The screen switches to multi-view.
5. Press the [DELETE] button on the LCD monitor.
6. Select an option by moving the [Joystick] up / down and then press the
[Joystick(OK)].
◆ <OK>: Deletes the selected photo file.
◆ <Multi Select>: Multiple photo files can be selected using the [Joystick(OK)].
< ✔ > indicator appears on the selected files. Press the [PLAY] button to
delete.
◆ <All>: All Photo files will be deleted.
◆ <Cancel>: Cancels the deletion.
[ Notes ]
✤ Locked files will not be deleted.
✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to Photo
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Capture mode.
Move
OK
5
View
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Multi Select
All
Cancel
Move
OK
Select
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Photo Mode : Setting the Viewing Options
Setting the Slide show
You can set a slide show, and also set the interval and repetition options for the slide show.
1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
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◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
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2. Set the Photo mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
◆ The Photo Capture screen appears.
OK
3. Press the [PLAY] button or [Joystick(OK)].
◆ Switches to Photo View mode.
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4. Press the [MENU] button.
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Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <Slide>.
5. Select <Interval (sec.)> by moving the [Joystick] up / down and then press the
[Joystick(OK)].
6. Set the interval by moving the [Joystick] up / down and then press the
[Joystick(OK)].
Slide
Start
Interval (sec.)
Repeat
Move
◆ Interval range: 1 ~ 10 seconds.
7. Select <Repeat> by moving the [Joystick] up / down and then press the
[Joystick(OK)].
8. Set the repeat option by moving the [Joystick] up / down and then press the
[Joystick(OK)].
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OK
1
Off
Select
MENU
Exit
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Photo
Slide
Start
Interval (sec.)
Repeat
◆ <Off>: Sets not to repeat the slide show.
◆ <On>: Sets to repeat the slide show.
9. Select <Start> by moving the [Joystick] up / down and then press the
[Joystick(OK)].
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Move
9
Slide
◆ Slide show starts. To stop the slide show, press the [Joystick(OK)].
OK
1
Off
Select
MENU
Exit
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[ Notes ]
✤ The interval between photos may vary depending on the size of the photo.
✤ Slide show starts from the current photo displayed.
✤ Slide show cannot start from a damaged photo file. Damaged photos wiill be skipped during the
Stop
slide show.
✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to Photo Capture mode.
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Photo Mode : Setting the Viewing Options
Setting the DPOF (Digital Print Order Format) Function
You can automatically print a photo file recorded with a printer that supports DPOF.
Setting the DPOF is only available when using a memory card.
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1. Insert the memory card into the memory card slot on the Sports Camcorder.
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
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Photo
DPOF
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
Copies
Off
◆ The Photo Capture screen appears.
Move
1
3. Set the Photo mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
4. Press the [PLAY] button.
◆ Switches to Photo View mode.
◆ Move to desired photo file, using the [Joystick].
7. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
Setting the DPOF in Multi-View
5. Slide the [W/T] switch to W (WIDE).
◆ <Copies>: Move the [Joystick] up / down to select the number of copies you want to print and press
the [Joystick(OK)]. (copy range: 0 ~ 30)
◆ <Set All>: All photo files will be marked with DPOF printing.
◆ <Reset All>: All photo files will be resetted.
8. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
[ Notes ]
✤ <
> icon is displayed on the photos with DPOF setup.
✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to Photo Capture mode.
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MENU
Exit
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OK
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DPOF
Copies
Set All
Reset All
◆ The screen switches to multi-view.
6. Press the [MENU] button.
Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <DPOF>.
7. Select an option by moving the [Joystick] up / down and then press the [Joystick(OK)].
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Setting the DPOF in Full Screen-View
5. Press the [MENU] button.
Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <DPOF>.
6. Select an option by moving the [Joystick] up / down and then press the [Joystick(OK)].
◆ <Copies>: Move the [Joystick] up / down to select the number of copies you want to print
and press the [Joystick(OK)]. (copy range: 0 ~ 30)
◆ <Off>: Cancels DPOF printing.
OK
Move
8
1
OK
Select
MENU
Exit
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OK
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Photo Mode : Setting the Viewing Options
Locking Photo Files
You can protect important saved photo files from accidental erasure. Protected files will not be
deleted unless you release the protection or format the memory.
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Photo
Lock
1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
Lock
2. Set the Photo mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
◆ The Photo Capture screen appears.
3. Press the [PLAY] button.
◆ Switches to Photo View mode.
◆ Move to desired photo file, using the [Joystick].
Move
OK
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4. Press the [MENU] button.
Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <Lock>.
5. Press the [Joystick(OK)].
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MENU
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◆ Locks the selected photo file.
◆ Press the [MENU] button once again to set unlock.
Locking Photo Files in Multi-View
4. Slide the [W/T] switch to W (WIDE).
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◆ <Lock>: Locks the selected photo file using the [Joystick(OK)].
◆ <Multi Select>: Multiple photo files can be selected using the [Joystick(OK)].
< > indicator appears on the selected files.
◆ <Lock All>: All photo files are locked.
◆ <Unlock All>: Unlocking all photo files.
[ Notes ]
✤ The < > icon is displayed on the locked file.
✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to Photo
Capture mode.
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Lock
◆ The screen switches to multi-view.
5. Press the [MENU] button.
Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <Lock>.
6. Select an option by moving the [Joystick] up / down and then press the
[Joystick (OK)].
Exit
Multi Select
Lock All
Unlock All
Move
6
OK
Select
MENU
Exit
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OK
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Photo Mode : Setting the Viewing Options
Copying Photo Files
You can copy saved files from the internal memory to a memory card and vice versa.
1. Insert the memory card into the memory card slot on the Sports Camcorder.
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
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◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
3. Set the Photo mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
OK
◆ The Photo Capture screen appears.
4. Press the [PLAY] button.
◆ Switches to Photo View mode.
◆ Move to desired photo file, using the [Joystick].
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5. Press the [MENU] button.
Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <Copy To>.
6. Press the [Joystick(OK)].
Copy To
OK
◆ Copies the selected Photo file.
Copying Photo Files in Multi-View
5. Slide the [W/T] switch to W (WIDE).
◆ The screen switches to multi-view.
Move
5
6. Press the [MENU] button.
Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <Copy To>.
7. Select an option by moving the [Joystick] up / down and then press the
[Joystick (OK)].
Select
OK
MENU
Exit
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Photo
Copy To
OK
Multi Select
All
◆ <OK>: Copies the selected Photo file.
◆ <Multi Select>: Multiple Photo files can be selected using the [Joystick(OK)].
< ✔ > indicator appears on the selected files. Press the [PLAY] button to
copy.
◆ <All>: Cancel copying Photo file.
[ Notes ]
✤ The Sports Cam copies from the currently-used memory to another. If the internal memory
was used, it copies to a memory card.
✤ If the memory card is not inserted, you cannot perform the <Copy To> function.
✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to Photo
Capture mode.
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Move
7
OK
Select
MENU
Exit
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Photo
Copying file(s)...
DPOF
SMOV0001.JPG
OK
Press OK to cancel.
Cancel
Move
OK
Select
MENU
Exit
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How to set to
MP3 mode
1. Press the [POWER] button to
turn on the Sports Camcorder.
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Power
button
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MP3 Mode
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Copying MP3 Files to the Sports Camcorder ..........................76
Playing.............................................................................................77
Playing MP3 Files .....................................................................77
Setting the MP3 Play Options ......................................................78
Deleting MP3 Files ...................................................................78
Setting the Repeat Play............................................................79
Setting the Equalizer ................................................................80
Locking MP3 Files ....................................................................81
Copying MP3 Files ...................................................................82
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DC IN
HOLD
MOD
◆ Save important data / recordings separately on other media, to
avoid accidental loss due to a system failure or other reasons.
2. Set the MP3 mode by pressing
the [MODE] button.
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MP3 Mode : Storing MP3 in the Sports Camcorder
Copying MP3 Files to the Sports Camcorder
You can copy mp3 files from a PC to the Sports Camcorder while connected to the
PC with a USB cable.
1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
2. Connect the Sports Camcorder to the PC using the USB cable provided.
◆ A - Connect the USB cable to the Sports Camcorder.
◆ B - Connect the other end of the USB cable to the PC.
3. Double-click the new removable drive to open.
4. Select the MUSIC folder and double-click to enter.
5. Drag and drop the MP3 file from your PC into the MUSIC folder.
◆ The maximum music memory capacity is 2000 MP3 files.
Disconnecting USB Connection
After completing the data transfer, you must disconnect the cable in the following way.
1. Select the removable disk icon and click the right mouse button to select ‘Safely
Remove Hardware’.
2. Select ‘Stop’ and disconnect the USB cable when the pop-up screen disappears.
[ Warning ]
✤ Copying and redistributing of MP3 files may violate the copyright law.
✤ You cannot create a new folder on your Sports Camcorder.
[ Notes ]
✤ You can copy a folder on your Sports Camcorder.
✤ To see MP3 file capacity with regards to the Sports Cam's memory capacity.
➥page 32.
✤ It is recommended to use an AC Power Adapter during the file transfer to avoid
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unintended power outage due to low battery power.
A
USB
◆ You can copy the MP3 files when <USB Mode> sets to <Mass Storage>
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◆ <Mass Storage>is set basically in <USB Mode>.
B
MMC/SD
Before your start!
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MP3 Mode : Playing
Playing MP3 Files
You can play back stored MP3 files.
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1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
Life is cool.mp3
Everytime.mp3
Toxic.mp3
Don't push me.mp3
Love you.mp3
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
2. Set the MP3 mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
◆ The MP3 playlist appears.
◆ If there is no MP3 file stored, the message “No Files...” appears.
3. Select a MP3 file to play by moving the [Joystick] up / down, and then press the
[Joystick(OK)].
4. The selected MP3 file is played back.
◆ Each time you press the [PLAY] button or [Joystick(OK)], play or pause is selected repeatedly.
◆ To adjust volume, move [Joystick] up / down.
Volume indicator appears and disappears after few seconds.
Move
OK
Play
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Using the Joystick (left/right)
Move the [Joystick] left
◆ Within 2 seconds after starting playback - Previous file plays.
◆ In Pause/Stop mode - Previous file appears.
◆ 2 seconds after starting playback - Current file starts again.
Move the [Joystick] right
◆ During playback - The next file plays.
◆ In Pause/Stop mode - The next file appears.
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OK
Pause
Setting to Hold - [MP3/ External Camera Module HOLD] switch
If you slide the [MP3/ External Camera Module HOLD] switch down, all buttons except the Power button and Volume control are locked.
The [MP3/ External Camera Module HOLD] switch operates only in the MP3 mode or when connecting External Camera Module.
[ Notes ]
✤ The MP3 file with tag information will display the artist name. MP3 files with no tag information will leave the item blank.
✤ If a broken file name is displayed, try renaming it on a PC.
✤ When the language set is not the same as the MP3 file Tag information language, the Artist information may not display correctly.
✤ When the earphones, Audio/Video cable or External Camera Module cable is connected to the Sports Camcorder, the built-in speaker will turn
off automatically.
✤ The Sports Camcorder only supports MP3 file format.
✤ Damaged or non-standard MP3 files may not display properly or fail to play back.
✤ Playback will fail to start if the first file is damaged.
✤ The title may not be displayed if the language is not supported or in Chinese.
✤ MP3 files with VBR setting will appear as VBR on the LCD monitor and its play time and recording time may differ from the displayed diagram.
✤ If a title of a track is too long, it may appear cropped on the LCD monitor.
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MP3 Mode : Setting the MP3 Play Options
Deleting MP3 Files
You can delete a selected MP3 file or group of MP3 files.
1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
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Life is cool.mp3
Everytime.mp3
Toxic.mp3
Don't push me.mp3
Love you.mp3
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
2. Set the MP3 mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
◆ The MP3 playlist appears.
◆ Move to desired MP3 file, using the [Joystick].
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Move
Play
3
Life is cool.mp3
Everytime.mp3
OK Toxic.mp3
Multi Select
Don't push me.mp3
All
Love you.mp3
Cancel
3. Press the [DELETE] button on the LCD monitor in pause mode. Select an
option by moving the [Joystick] up / down and then press the [Joystick(OK)].
◆ <OK>: Deletes the selected MP3 file.
◆ <Multi Select>: Multiple MP3 files can be selected using the [Joystick(OK)].
< ✔ > indicator appears on the selected files. Press the [PLAY] button.
◆ <All>: All MP3 files will be deleted.
◆ <Cancel>: Cancels the deletion.
OK
Move
OK
Select
3
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3. Press the [PLAY] button or [Joystick(OK)].
◆ The selected MP3 file is played.
4. Press the [DELETE] button on the LCD monitor in pause mode. Select an
option by moving the [Joystick] up / down and then press the [Joystick(OK)].
◆ <OK>: Deletes the selected MP3 file.
◆ <Cancel>: Cancels the deletion.
[ Notes ]
✤ Locked files will not be deleted.
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List
4
OK
Pause
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OK
Cancel
Move
OK
Select
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Pause
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MP3 Mode : Setting the MP3 Play Options
Setting the Repeat Play
You can repeat a selected MP3 file or group of MP3 files, or play the MP3 files at random.
3
1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
Life is cool.mp3
Everytime.mp3
Toxic.mp3
Don't push me.mp3
Love you.mp3
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
2. Set the MP3 mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
◆ The MP3 playlist appears.
3. Press the [MENU] button in pause mode.
Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <Repeat>.
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4
<Off>: No repeat, plays each title once in the order from the selected MP3 file.
<Repeat One>: One selected MP3 file will play repeatedly.
<Repeat Folder>: All files in the folder will play repeatedly.
<Repeat All>: All MP3 files will play through in order and start again from the beginning.
<Shuffle Folder>: All files in the folder will play at random.
<Shuffle All>:All MP3 files will play in random order once.
5. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
◆ Move the MP3 file of the desired folder using the [Joystick].
◆ When the MP3 file plays back, the selected option will be applied.
[ Notes ]
✤ When the earphones, Audio/Video cable or External Camera Module cable is connected to
the Sports Camcorder, the built-in speaker will not operate.
✤ You cannot access the menu during playback.
Play
MP3
Repeat
Off
Repeat One
Repeat Folder
4. Select an option by moving the [Joystick] up / down and then press the
[Joystick (OK)].
◆
◆
◆
◆
◆
◆
OK
Move
5
OK
1
Select
MENU
Exit
MENU
Exit
MP3
Repeat
Off
Repeat One
Repeat Folder
Move
OK
1
Select
1
Life is cool.mp3
Everytime.mp3
Toxic.mp3
Don't push me.mp3
Love you.mp3
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OK
Play
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MP3 Mode : Setting the MP3 Play Options
Setting the Equalizer
You can choose an Equalizer mode for different types of music.
1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
2
Life is cool.mp3
Everytime.mp3
Toxic.mp3
Don't push me.mp3
Love you.mp3
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
2. Set the MP3 mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
Move
◆ The MP3 playlist appears.
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MP3
Equalizer
3. Press the [MENU] button in pause mode.
Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <Equalizer>.
4. Select an option by moving the [Joystick] up / down and then press the
[Joystick (OK)].
Play
OK
Off
Pop
Classic
Move
4
◆ <Off> / <Pop> / <Classic> / <Jazz>
POP
Clas
Select
OK
MENU
Exit
MENU
Exit
MP3
Equalizer
Off
Pop
Classic
5. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
◆ The selected option is applied.
Move
POP
Clas
OK
Select
5
[ Note ]
✤ You cannot access the menu during playback.
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List
OK
Pause
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MP3 Mode : Setting the MP3 Play Options
Locking MP3 Files
You can protect saved important MP3 files from accidental deletion. Protected files will not be
deleted unless you release the protection or format the memory.
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1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
Life is cool.mp3
Everytime.mp3
Toxic.mp3
Don't push me.mp3
Love you.mp3
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
2. Set the MP3 mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
◆ The MP3 playlist appears.
◆ Move to desired MP3 file, using the [Joystick].
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3. Press the [MENU] button in pause mode.
Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <Lock>.
4. Select an option by moving the [Joystick] up / down and then press the
[Joystick (OK)].
Move
3
Play
MP3
Lock
Lock
Multi Select
Lock All
◆ <Lock>: The selected MP3 file is locked.
◆ <Multi Select>: Multiple MP3 files can be selected using the [Joystick(OK)].
<
OK
Move
OK
Select
MENU
Exit
> indicator appears on the selected files.Press the [PLAY] button.
◆ <Lock All>: All MP3 files are locked.
◆ <Unlock All>: Unlocking all MP3 files.
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3. Press the [PLAY]button or [Joystick(OK)]
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◆ The selected MP3 file is played.
4. Press the [MENU] button in pause mode.
Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <Lock>.
5. Press the [Joystick(OK)].
◆ The selected MP3 file is locked.
[ Note ]
✤ You cannot access the menu during playback.
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4
List
OK
Pause
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MP3
Lock
Lock
Move
OK
Select
MENU
Exit
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MP3 Mode : Setting the MP3 Play Options
Copying MP3 Files
You can copy saved files from the internal memory to the memory card and vice versa.
1. Insert the memory card into the memory card slot on the Sports Camcorder.
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
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Life is cool.mp3
Everytime.mp3
Toxic.mp3
Don't push me.mp3
Love you.mp3
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
3. Set the MP3 mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
◆ The MP3 playlist appears.
◆ Move to desired MP3 file, using the [Joystick].
Copying MP3 Files in MP3 playlist
4. Press the [MENU] button in pause mode.
Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <Copy To>.
5. Select an option by moving the [Joystick] up / down and then press the
[Joystick (OK)].
Move
4
OK
Play
1/10
MP3
Copy To
OK
Multi Select
All
◆ <OK>: Copy the selected MP3 file.
◆ <Multi Select>: Multiple MP3 files can be selected using the [Joystick(OK)].
Move
OK
Select
MENU
Exit
< ✔ > indicator appears on the selected files. Press the [PLAY] button.
◆ <All>: Cancel copying MP3 file.
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4. Press the [PLAY]button or [Joystick(OK)]
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Copy To
OK
◆ The selected MP3 file is played.
5. Press the [MENU] button in pause mode.
Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <Copy To>.
6. Press the [Joystick (OK)].
◆ Copy the selected MP3 file.
[ Notes ]
✤ The Sports Camcorder copies from the currently-used memory to another. If the internal
memory is being used, it copies to a memory card.
✤ If the memory card is not inserted, you cannot perform the <Copy To> function.
✤ You cannot access the menu during playback.
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Move
6
OK
Select
MP3
MENU
Exit
1/10
Copying file(s)...
LifeDPOF
is cool.mp3
OK
Press OK to cancel.
Cancel
Move
OK
Select
MENU
Exit
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How to set to
Voice Recorder
mode
1. Press the [POWER] button to
turn on the Sports Camcorder.
U
MEN
4
Voice Recorder Mode
Recording .......................................................................................84
Recording Voice Files ..............................................................84
Playing.............................................................................................85
Playing Voice Files ...................................................................85
Setting the Voice Play Options ....................................................86
Deleting Voice Files ..................................................................86
Setting the Play Mode ..............................................................87
Locking Voice Files...................................................................88
Copying Voice Files..................................................................89
Power
button
E
DC IN
HOLD
MOD
◆ Save important data / recordings separately on other media, to
avoid accidental loss due to a system failure or other reasons.
2. Set the Voice Recorder mode by
pressing the [MODE] button.
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Voice Recorder Mode : Recording
Recording Voice Files
The built-in microphone allows users to record voices without any additional devices.
1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
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SWAV0001.WAV
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
Stereo 8.0KHz 64Kbps
00:00:00/35:00:00
2. Set the Voice Recorder mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
◆ The Voice Record screen appears.
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SWAV0001.WAV
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Stereo 8.0KHz 64Kbps
00:00:12/34:59:48
3. Press the [Record / Stop] button to start recording.
◆ <
> icon appears on the screen and starts recording.
4
SWAV0002.WAV
4. To stop recording, press the [Record / Stop] button again.
Stereo 8.0KHz 64Kbps
00:00:12/34:59:48
[ Notes ]
✤ Recorded voice files are saved in a list automatically.
✤ During voice recording or in the Voice Record mode, the menu is not accessed.
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Voice Recorder Mode : Playing
Playing Voice Files
You can play back recorded voice files using the built-in speaker or the earphones.
1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
2
SWAV0004.WAV
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
Stereo 8.0KHz 64Kbps
00:00:00/30:20:00
2. Set the Voice Recorder mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
◆ The Voice Record screen appears.
3. Press the [PLAY] button or [Joystick(OK)].
◆ The Voice Playlist screen appears.
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4. Select a voice file to play by moving the [Joystick] up/down, and then press
the [Joystick(OK)].
Move
OK
Play
5. The selected voice file is played back.
◆ To pause playback, press the [Joystick(OK)].
◆ To search backward / forward, move the [Joystick] left / right.
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6. To adjust the volume, move the [Joystick] up / down.
◆ Volume indicator appears and disappears after a few seconds.
Move
[ Notes ]
✤ When the earphones, Audio/Video cable or External Camera Module cable is connected to
the Sports Camcorder, the built-in speaker will not operate.
✤ You cannot access the menu during voice playback.
✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to Voice
Record mode.
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OK
Play
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SWAV0002.WAV
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Stereo 8.0KHz 64Kbps
00:00:12/00:02:15
Search
List
OK
Pause
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Voice Recorder Mode : Setting the Voice Play Options
Deleting Voice Files
You can delete a selected voice file or group of voice files.
2
1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
SWAV0004.WAV
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
Stereo 8.0KHz 64Kbps
00:00:00/30:20:00
2. Set the Voice Recorder mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
◆ The Voice Record screen appears.
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3. Press the [PLAY] button or [Joystick(OK)]
◆ The Voice Playlist screen appears.
◆ Move to desired voice file, using the [Joystick].
Move
4. Press the [DELETE] button on the LCD monitor in pause mode. Select an
option by moving the [Joystick] up / down and then press the [Joystick(OK)].
◆ <OK>: Deletes the selected Voice file.
◆ <Multi Select>: Multiple Voice files can be selected using the [Joystick(OK)].
< ✔ > indicator appears on the selected files. Press the [PLAY] button.
◆ <All>: All Voice files will be deleted.
◆ <Cancel>: Cancels the deletion.
[ Notes ]
✤ Locked files will not be deleted.
✤ You cannot access the menu during voice playback.
✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to Voice
Record mode.
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All
Cancel
Move
OK
Select
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Voice Recorder Mode : Setting the Voice Play Options
Setting the Play Mode
You can play all files continuously or play the selected file only. You can also set the repeat option.
1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
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◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
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2. Set the Voice Recorder mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
◆ The Voice Record screen appears.
3. Press the [PLAY] button or [Joystick(OK)]
◆ Switches to the Voice Playlist screen.
Move
4
OK
Play
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Play Mode
Play One
Play All
Repeat One
4. Press the [MENU] button.
Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <Play Mode>.
5. Move the [Joystick] up / down to select an option, and then press the
[Joystick(OK)].
◆
◆
◆
◆
Move
5
<Play One>: The selected voice file will be played.
<Play All>: All voice files will be played.
<Repeat One>: The selected voice file will be played repeatedly.
<Repeat All>: All voice files will be played repeatedly.
◆ When you play back, the selected option will be applied.
◆ The selected icon is displayed on the repeat file.
[ Notes ]
✤ You cannot access the menu during voice playback.
✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to Voice
Record mode.
OK
Select
MENU
Exit
MENU
Exit
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Play Mode
Play One
Play All
Repeat One
Move
6. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
1
6
1
OK
Select
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OK
Play
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Voice Recorder Mode : Setting the Voice Play Options
Locking Voice Files
You can protect saved important voice files from accidental erasure. Protected files will not be
deleted unless you release the protection or format the memory.
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◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
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2. Set the Voice Recorder mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
Move
◆ The Voice Record screen appears.
3. Press the [PLAY] button or [Joystick(OK)]
4
◆ Switches to the Voice Playlist screen.
◆ Move to desired voice file, using the Joystick.
<
> indicator appears on the selected files. Press [PLAY] button
◆ <Lock All>: All voice files are locked.
◆ <Unlock All>: Unlocks all voice files.
[ Notes ]
✤ The <
> icon is displayed on the locked file.
✤ You cannot access the menu during voice playback.
✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to Voice
Record mode.
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Lock
Move
5
◆ <Lock>: The selected voice file is locked.
◆ <Multi Select>: Multiple voice files can be selected using the [Joystick(OK)].
Play
Lock
Multi Select
Lock All
4. Press the [MENU] button.
Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <Lock>.
5. Move the [Joystick] up / down to select an option, and then press the
[joystick(OK)].
OK
OK
Select
Voice Recorder
MENU
Exit
1/3
Lock
Lock
Multi Select
Lock All
Move
OK
Select
MENU
Exit
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OK
Play
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Voice Recorder Mode : Setting the Voice Play Options
Copying Voice Files
You can copy saved files from the internal memory to a memory card and vice-versa.
1. Insert the memory card into the memory card slot on the Sports Camcorder.
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2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
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◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
3. Set the Voice Recorder mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
Move
◆ The Voice Record screen appears.
4. Press the [PLAY] button or [Joystick(OK)].
5
◆ Switches to the Voice Playlist screen.
◆ Move to desired voice file, using the [Joystick].
◆ <OK>: Copy the selected Voice file.
◆ <Multi Select>: Multiple Voice files can be selected using the [Joystick(OK)].
< ✔ > indicator appears on the selected files. Press the [PLAY] button.
◆ <All>: All voice files will be copied.
Play
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Copy To
OK
Multi Select
All
5. Press the [MENU] button in pause mode.
Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <Copy To>.
6. Select an option by moving the [Joystick] up / down and then press the
[Joystick(OK)].
OK
Move
6
OK
Select
Voice Recorder
MENU
Exit
MENU
Exit
1/3
Copy To
OK
Multi Select
All
Move
OK
Select
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[ Notes ]
✤ The Sports Camcorder copies from the currently-used memory to another. If the internal
memory was used, it copies to a memory card.
✤ If a memory card is not inserted, you cannot perform the <Copy To> function.
✤ You cannot access the menu during voice playback.
✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to Voice
Record mode.
Copying file(s)...
DPOF
SWAVE0001.WAV
Press OK to cancel.
Cancel
Move
OK
Select
MENU
Exit
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How to set to
File Browser mode
1. Press the [POWER] button to
turn on the Sports Camcorder.
U
MEN
Power
button
E
DC IN
HOLD
MOD
2. Set the File Browser mode by
pressing the [MODE] button.
File Browser
90
Using File Browser
Viewing Files or Folders ...............................................................91
Deleting Files or Folders...............................................................92
Locking Files ..................................................................................93
Copying Files or Folders ..............................................................94
Viewing File Information ...............................................................95
◆ Save important data / recordings separately on other media, to
avoid accidental loss due to a system failure or other reasons.
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Using File Browser
Viewing Files or Folders
You can play back the stored file(AVI, JPEG, MP3, WAV) in Sports Camcorder.
1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
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DCIM
MISC
MUSIC
VIDEO
VOICE
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
2. Set the File Browser mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
Move
◆ The File Browser screen appears.
OK
Play
3
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3. Select the desired folder or file by moving the [Joystick] up/down and then
press the [Joystick(OK)].
◆ Perform these steps repeatedly until the file you want to view appears.
Move
OK
Play
4. The selected file will be played back.
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DCAM0001.JPG
DCAM0002.JPG
DCAM0003.JPG
DCAM0004.JPG
Move
OK
Play
100-0001
4
720X480
01
[ Notes ]
✤ If you slide the [W/T] switch to W(WIDE) in play mode, return to the file list screen.
✤ If you move the [Joystick] left, the previous folder screen appears.
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Using File Browser
Deleting Files or Folders
You can delete the file(AVI, JPEG, MP3, WAV) or folders you recorded.
1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
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MUSIC
VIDEO
VOICE
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
2. Set the File Browser mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
Move
◆ The File Browser screen appears.
Play
OK
4
3. Select the desired file or folder by using the [Joystick].
◆ Move the [Joystick] up/down and press the [Joystick(OK)] repeatedly until the file or folder
you want appears.
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OK MUSIC
Multi Select
VIDEO
All
CancelVOICE
Move
Move
4. Press the [DELETE] button on the LCD monitor. Select an option by moving
the [Joystick] up / down and then press the [Joystick(OK)].
◆ <OK>: The selected file or folder are is deleted.
◆ <Multi Select>: Multiple files or folders will be selected using the [Joystick(OK)].
< ✔ > indicator appears on the selected files. Press the [PLAY] button.
◆ <All>: All files or folders will be deleted.
◆ <Cancel>: Cancels deleting files or folders.
[ Notes ]
✤ If you slide the [W/T] switch to W(WIDE) in play mode, it returns to the previous screen.
✤ Locked files or folders will not be deleted.
✤ If you move the [Joystick] left, the previous folder screen appears.
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Select
Play
OK
OK
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OK MUSIC
Multi Select
VIDEO
All
CancelVOICE
Move
Move
Play
Select
OK
OK
MISC
MUSIC
VIDEO
VOICE
Move
OK
Play
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Using File Browser
Locking Files
1
You can lock the important files so they can not be deleted.
1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
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◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
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MUSIC
VIDEO
VOICE
2. Set the File Browser mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
◆ The File Browser screen appears.
Move
3. Select the desired file or folder by using the [Joystick].
◆ Move the [Joystick] up/down and press the [Joystick(OK)] repeatedly until the file you
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DCAM0001.JPG
DCAM0002.JPG
DCAM0003.JPG
DCAM0004.JPG
4. Press the [MENU] button.
Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <Lock>.
Move
4
OK
Play
File Browser
> indicator appears on the selected files. Press the [PLAY] button.
◆ <Lock All>: All files are locked.
◆ <Unlock All>: Unlocking all files.
Move
OK
Select
5
[ Notes ]
✤ You can’t lock folders.
✤ The < > icon is displayed when the file is locked.
✤ If you slide the [W/T] switch to W(WIDE) in play mode, return to the file list screen.
✤ If you move the [Joystick] left, the previous folder screen appears.
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Lock
DCAM0001.JPG
Lock DCAM0002.JPG
Multi Select
DCAM0003.JPG
Lock All
DCAM0001.JPG
◆ <Lock>: The selected file is locked.
◆ <Multi Select>: Multiple files can be selected using the [Joystick(OK)].
<
Play
3
want appears.
5. Move the [Joystick] up / down to select an option, and then press the
[Joystick(OK)].
OK
MENU
Exit
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DCAM0001.JPG
DCAM0002.JPG
DCAM0003.JPG
DCAM0001.JPG
Move
OK
Play
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Using File Browser
Copying Files or Folders
1
You can copy the file or folder to the internal or external memory.
1. Insert the memory card into the memory card slot on the Sports Camcorder.
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
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VIDEO
VOICE
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
3. Set the File Browser mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
◆ The File Browser screen appears.
4. Select the desired file or folder by using the [Joystick].
◆ Move the [Joystick] up/down and press the [Joystick(OK)] repeatedly until the file or
Move
Move
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DCAM0001.JPG
DCAM0002.JPG
DCAM0003.JPG
DCAM0001.JPG
5. Press the [MENU] button.
Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <Copy To>.
6. Move the [Joystick] up / down to select an option, and then press the
[Joystick(OK)].
Move
5
Play
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File Browser
Move
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OK
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Copy To
DCAM0001.JPG
OK DCAM0002.JPG
Multi Select
DCAM0003.JPG
All DCAM0001.JPG
< ✔ > indicator appears on the selected files or folders.
Press the [PLAY] button.
◆ <All>: All files or folders will be copied.
[ Notes ]
✤ The Sports Cam copies from the currently-used memory to another. If the internal memory
was used, it copies to a memory card.
✤ If a memory card is not inserted, you cannot perform the <Copy To> function.
✤ If you slide the [W/T] switch to W(WIDE) in play mode, the Cam returns to the file list screen.
✤ If you move the [Joystick] left, the previous folder screen appears.
Play
Play
4
folder you want appears.
◆ <OK>: Copy the selected file or folder.
◆ <Multi Select>: Multiple files or folders can be selected using the [Joystick(OK)].
OK
OK
6
OK
Select
MENU
Exit
File Browser
Copying file(s)...
DPOF
DCAM0001.JPG
OK
Press OK to cancel.
Cancel
Move
OK
Select
MENU
Exit
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Using File Browser
Viewing File Information
1
You can see the file name, format, size and date.
1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
2
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VIDEO
VOICE
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
2. Set the File Browser mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
Move
Move
◆ The File Browser screen appears.
OK
OK
Play
Play
3
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DCAM0001.JPG
DCAM0002.JPG
DCAM0003.JPG
DCAM0004.JPG
3. Select the desired file list by using the [Joystick].
Move the [Joystick] up or down to want to view file information.
◆ Move the [Joystick] up/down and press the [Joystick(OK)] repeatedly until the file list you
want appears.
4. Press the [MENU] button.
Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <File Info.>.
Move
Move
4
◆ The screen with file name, size, date, locked state appears.
Play
Play
1/13
File Browser
Move
5
[ Notes ]
✤ You cannot view folder information. You can only view file information.
✤ If you move the [Joystick] left, the previous folder screen appears.
OK
OK
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File Info.
DCAM0001.JPG
OK DCAM0002.JPG
DCAM0003.JPG
DCAM0004.JPG
5. Press the [Joystick(OK)] to view the file infomation.
6. Press the [Joystick(OK)] to finish viewing file information.
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OK
Select
File Browser
MENU
Exit
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DCAM0001.JPG
File Info.
Size 92805 bytes
Date
2006/01/01
OK
12:00:00 AM
Locked No
Close : OK
Move
OK
Select
MENU
Exit
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How to set to
System Settings
mode
1. Press the [POWER] button to
turn on the Sports Camcorder.
U
MEN
Power
button
E
DC IN
HOLD
MOD
2. Set the System Settings mode by
pressing the [MODE] button.
System Settings
6
Setting the Sports
Camcorder
Setting Memory ..............................................................................97
Selecting the Storage Type ......................................................97
Setting USB Mode..........................................................................98
Setting USB Mode ....................................................................98
Setting Memory ..............................................................................99
Setting the File No. Function ....................................................99
Formatting the Memory ..........................................................100
Viewing Memory Space..........................................................101
Adjusting the LCD monitor.........................................................102
Adjusting the LCD Brightness ................................................102
Adjusting the LCD Color.........................................................103
Adjusting Date/Time ....................................................................104
Setting Date&Time .................................................................104
Setting Date Format ...............................................................105
Setting Time Format ...............................................................106
Setting Date/Time Display ......................................................107
Setting the System Settings .......................................................108
Setting the Beep Sound .........................................................108
Setting Start-up Mode ............................................................109
Resetting the Sports Camcorder............................................110
Selecting Language ................................................................111
Setting the Auto Shut off ........................................................112
Setting the Demonstration Function.......................................113
Viewing Version Information...................................................114
Using USB Mode ..........................................................................115
Transferring files to a computer .............................................115
Printing with PictBridge ..........................................................116
Using the PC Cam Function ..................................................117
◆ Save important data / recordings separately on other media, to
avoid accidental loss due to a system failure or other reasons.
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Setting the Sports Camcorder : Setting Memory
Selecting the Storage Type
You can set the storage to the internal memory or memory card (not supplied).
1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
3
System Settings
Ver.
2. Set the System Settings mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
Internal
External
◆ The System Settings screen appears.
3. Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <Storage Type>.
4. Move the [Joystick] up / down to select an option, and then press the
[Joystick(OK)].
TYPE
Storage Type
Move
4
Select
OK
System Settings
Ver.
TYPE
Storage Type
◆ <Internal>: Movie, photo, music and voice files are stored in the internal memory.
◆ <External>: Movie, photo, music and voice files are stored in the external memory (SD/
Internal
External
MMC).
Move
5. After you finish setting, move to the desired mode by pressing the [MODE]
button.
5
OK
Select
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720i
F
Recording...
[ Notes ]
✤ If you insert a memory card when the Sports Camcorder is on, the “pop-up message” will
prompt you automatically to select the storage type .
✤ If there is no memory card inserted, only the <internal> option will be available.
✤ System requires a small portion of memory space, actual storage capacity may differ from
the printed memory capacity.
✤ The maximum recording time and image capacity is subject to change depending on the
media used. ➥page 31, 32
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Setting the Sports Camcorder : Setting USB Mode
Setting USB Mode
Connect your Sports Camcorder to your Computer via USB.
1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
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System Settings
TYPE
USB Mode
Mass Storage
PictBridge
2. Set the System Settings mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
◆ The System Settings screen appears.
PC-Cam
Move
3. Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <USB Mode>.
4
OK
Select
System Settings
TYPE
USB Mode
4. Move the [Joystick] up / down to select an option, and then press the
[Joystick(OK)].
Mass Storage
PictBridge
PC-Cam
Transferring files from the Sports Camcorder to your computer
➥page 115
By connecting the Sports Camcorder to printers with PictBridge
support (sold separately), you can send images from the internal
memory or external memory (SD/MMC) directly to the printer
with a few simple operations. ➥page 116
You can use the Sports Camcorder as a PC camera for video chatting,
video conference and other PC camera applications. ➥page 117
[ Note ]
✤ Mass storage operates as a basic mode when connecting USB.
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Mass Storage
PictBridge
PC-Cam
Move
OK
Select
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Setting the Sports Camcorder : Setting Memory
Setting the File No. Function
You can set the file numbers so that they reset each time the memory card is formatted, or so
that they count up continuously.
1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
3
System Settings
RGB
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
File No.
Series
Reset
2. Set the System Settings mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
Move
◆ The System Settings screen appears.
4
OK
Select
System Settings
RGB
3. Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <File No.>.
4. Move the [Joystick] up / down to select an option, and then press the
[Joystick(OK)].
File No.
Series
Reset
Move
OK
Select
◆ <Series>: Numbering is continuous between the memory cards, so that the first file
number assigned on a new memory card is 1 more than the last file number assigned on
the previous memory card.
◆ <Reset>: When the storage memory is formatted, the file number goes back to its default
value (100-0001).
5. After you finish, move to the desired mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
[ Note ]
✤ When you set <File No.> to <Series>, each file is assigned with a different number so as to
avoid duplicating file names. It is convenient when you want to manage your files on a PC.
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Setting the Sports Camcorder : Setting Memory
Formatting the Memory
You can format the internal memory or the memory card to erase all files.
3
System Settings
RGB
1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
Format
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
Internal
External
2. Set the System Settings mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
Move
◆ The System Settings screen appears.
3. Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <Format>.
4
OK
Select
System Settings
RGB
Format
4. Move the [Joystick] up / down to select an option, and then press the
[Joystick(OK)].
◆ <Internal>: Format the internal memory.
◆ <External>: Format the external memory.
When the [Joystick(OK)] is pressed, the pop-up message appears.
Select <OK> or <Cancel> by moving the [Joystick] up / down and then press the
[Joystick(OK)].
Internal
External
Move
OK
Select
System Settings
RGB
AreFormat
you sure you want to
format the external memory,
Internal
all files will be erased?
External
5. After you finish setting, move to the desired mode by pressing the [MODE]
button.
[ Warning ]
✤ Previous information can not be restored after formatting.
[ Notes ]
✤ There is no guarantee on the operation of a memory card which has not been formatted
on the Sports Camcorder. Make sure to format the memory card on the Sports Camcorder
before using.
✤ If the memory card is not inserted, <External> option is not displayed.
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OK
Cancel
Move
OK
Select
System Settings
RGB
Formatting
Format
external memory...
Internal
External
Move
OK
Select
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Setting the Sports Camcorder : Setting Memory
Viewing Memory Space
You can check used memory space and total memory space of the Sports Camcorder.
1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
4
System Settings
RGB
Memory Space
1
Internal
3MB/983MB
2. Set the System Settings mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
External
0MB/243MB
◆ The System Settings screen appears.
Move
2
Memory Space
3. Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <Memory Space>.
1
2
Used memory capacity indicator
Total memory capacity indicator
4. The used memory space and total memory space are displayed.
5. After you viewing memory space, move to the desired mode by pressing the
[MODE] button.
[ Notes ]
✤ System requires a small portion of memory space, actual storage capacity may differ from the
printed memory capacity.
✤ If the memory card is not inserted, <External> option is not displayed
✤ The OSD indicators of this manual are based on the model SC-X210L.
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Setting the Sports Camcorder : Adjusting the LCD monitor
Adjusting the LCD Brightness
You can adjust the brightness of the LCD monitor to compensate for ambient lighting conditions.
1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
3
System Settings
12
RGB
24
LCD Brightness
2. Set the System Settings mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
20%
◆ The System Settings screen appears.
Move
3. Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <LCD Brightness>.
4
Adjust
OK
Set
System Settings
12
RGB
24
LCD Brightness
4. Move the [Joystick] up / down to adjust the brightness, and then press the
[Joystick(OK)].
◆ Moving the [Joystick] up will brighten the screen whereas moving it down will darken the
screen.
◆ Brightness range: You can adjust the LCD Brightness from 0% to 100%.
5. After you finish setting, move to the desired mode by pressing the [MODE]
button.
[ Notes ]
✤ A Brighter LCD screen setting consumes more battery power.
✤ Adjust the LCD brightness when the ambient lighting is too bright and the monitor is hard to see.
✤ LCD Brightness does not affect the brightness of images to be stored.
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60%
Move
Adjust
OK
Set
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Setting the Sports Camcorder : Adjusting the LCD monitor
Adjusting the LCD Color
You can adjust the color of the LCD monitor depending on the situation.
1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
3
System Settings
12
24
LCD Color
2. Set the System Settings mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
50%
◆ The System Settings screen appears.
Adjust
Move
3. Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <LCD Color>.
4
OK
Set
System Settings
12
24
LCD Color
4. Move the [Joystick] up / down to adjust the LCD color, and then press the
[Joystick(OK)].
◆ You can adjust the LCD Color from 0% to 100%.
10%
Move
Adjust
OK
Set
5. After you finish setting, move to the desired mode by pressing the [MODE]
button.
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Setting the Sports Camcorder : Adjusting Date/Time
Setting Date&Time
You can set the date/time using this menu.
1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
3
System Settings
12
RGB
24
Date&Time Set
2. Set the System Settings mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
2006 01 01
◆ The System Settings screen appears.
12 : 00 AM
3. Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <Date&Time Set> and then press the
[Joystick(OK)].
4. Set the desired value by moving the [Joystick] up / down.
5. Move to the next item by moving the [Joystick] left / right, and then set
values by moving the [Joystick] up / down.
◆ Items are displayed in the order of the date format.
◆ By default, it appears in the order of Year, Month, Date, Hour, Minute and AM/PM.
6. After setting the last item, press the [Joystick(OK)] to finish the setting.
7. After you finish setting, move to the desired mode by pressing the [MODE]
button.
[ Notes ]
✤ See page 107 to set the Date/Time to display on the LCD.
✤ You can set the year up to 2037.
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Move
4
OK
Set
System Settings
12
RGB
24
Date&Time Set
2006 01 01
12 : 00 AM
Move
Adjust
OK
Set
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Setting the Sports Camcorder : Adjusting Date/Time
Setting Date Format
You can select the date format to display.
1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
3
System Settings
12
24
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
M
Date Format
YY/MM/DD
DD/MM/YY
MM/DD/YY
2. Set the System Settings mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
Move
◆ The System Settings screen appears.
4
OK
Select
System Settings
12
24
3. Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <Date Format>.
4. Move the [Joystick] up / down to select an option, and then press the
[Joystick(OK)].
M
Date Format
YY/MM/DD
DD/MM/YY
MM/DD/YY
Move
OK
Select
◆ <YY/MM/DD>: The date is displayed in the order of Year / Month / Date.
◆ <DD/MM/YY>: The date is displayed in the order of Date / Month / Year.
◆ <MM/DD/YY>: The date is displayed in the order of Month / Date / Year.
5. After you finish setting, move to the desired mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
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Setting the Sports Camcorder : Adjusting Date/Time
Setting Time Format
You can select the time format to display.
1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
3
System Settings
12
M
24
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
Time Format
12 Hour
24 Hour
2. Set the System Settings mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
Move
◆ The System Settings screen appears.
4
OK
Select
System Settings
12
M
24
3. Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <Time Format>.
4. Move the [Joystick] up / down to select an option, and then press the
[joystick(OK)].
◆ <12 Hour>: The time is displayed as the unit of 12 hours.
◆ <24 Hour>: The time is displayed as the unit of 24 hours.
5. After you finish setting, move to the desired mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
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Time Format
12 Hour
24 Hour
Move
OK
Select
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Setting the Sports Camcorder : Adjusting Date/Time
Setting Date/Time Display
You can set to display date and time on the LCD monitor.
1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
3
System Settings
12
M
24
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
Date/Time
Off
Date
Time
2. Set the System Settings mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
Move
◆ The System Settings screen appears.
4
OK
Set
System Settings
12
M
24
Date/Time
3. Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <Date/Time>.
Date
Time
Date/Time
4. Move the [Joystick] up / down to select an option, and then press the
[Joystick(OK)].
◆
◆
◆
◆
<Off>: Date and Time are not displayed.
<Date>: The date is displayed.
<Time>: The time is displayed.
<Date/Time>: The date and time are displayed.
Move
5
OK
Set
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5. After you finish setting, move to the desired mode by pressing the [MODE]
button.
◆ The selected Date/Time is displayed in Movie Record/Play or Photo Capture mode.
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Setting the Sports Camcorder : Setting the System Settings
Setting the Beep Sound
You can set the beep sound to on/off. When on, a beep will sound every time a button is pressed.
1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
3
System Settings
M
Beep Sound
On
2. Set the System Settings mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
Off
◆ The System Settings screen appears.
Move
3. Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <Beep Sound>.
4
OK
Select
System Settings
M
Beep Sound
On
4. Move the [Joystick] up / down to select an option, and then press the
[Joystick(OK)].
◆ <On>: Turn the beep sound on.
◆ <Off>: Turn the beep sound off.
5. After you finish setting, move to the desired mode by pressing the [MODE]
button.
[ Note ]
✤ When the earphones, Audio / Video cable or External Camera Module is connected to the
Sports Camcorder, the <Beep Sound> function will not operate.
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Off
Move
OK
Select
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Setting the Sports Camcorder : Setting the System Settings
Setting Start-up Mode
You can select the starting mode displayed when you turn the Sports Camcorder on.
1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
3
System Settings
DEMO
M
Start-up
Movie Mode
2. Set the System Settings mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
Previous Mode
◆ The System Settings screen appears.
Move
3. Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <Start-up>.
4
OK
Select
System Settings
DEMO
M
Start-up
Movie Mode
4. Move the [Joystick] up / down to select an option, and then press the
[Joystick(OK)].
◆ Movie Mode: The Sports Camcorder starts up in the Movie Mode.
◆ Previous Mode: The Sports Camcorder starts up in the mode you used last.
Previous Mode
Move
OK
Select
5. After you finish setting, move to the desired mode by pressing the [MODE]
button.
[ Note ]
✤ Make sure that the start-up mode is set to the selected mode when turning on the Sports
Camcorder again.
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Setting the Sports Camcorder : Setting the System Settings
Resetting the Sports Camcorder
You can reset the Sports Camcorder to the default (factory) settings.
1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
3
System Settings
DEMO
M
Reset
OK
2. Set the System Settings mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
◆ The System Settings screen appears.
3. Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <Reset> and then press the
[Joystick(OK)].
◆ The Sports Camcorder will be initialized to the default settings.
[ Warning ]
✤ If you reset the Sports Camcorder, all functions you set are re-initialized to the default
(factory) settings.
[ Note ]
✤ After resetting the Sports Camcorder, set <Date&Time Set>. ➥page 104
110
Move
OK
Select
Ver.
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Setting the Sports Camcorder : Setting the System Settings
Selecting Language
You can select the desired language of the Sports Camcorder.
1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
3
System Settings
DEMO
Ver.
TYPE
Language
English
Espa–ol
2. Set the System Settings mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
Fran ais
◆ The System Settings screen appears.
Move
4
3. Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <Language>.
OK
Select
Ajustes sistema
DEMO
Ver.
TYPE
Language
English
Espa–ol
4. Move the [Joystick] up / down to select the desired language, and then press
the [Joystick(OK)].
Fran ais
Move
OK
Select
◆ English / Español / Français / Português / Deutsch / Italiano / Nederlands / Polski /
ǸțșșȒȐȑ /
/
/ Iran / Arab / Magyar / ѳъѕ / ǻȒȘȈȮȕșȤȒȈ / Svenska
5. After you finish setting, move to the desired mode by pressing the [MODE]
button.
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Setting the Sports Camcorder : Setting the System Settings
Setting the Auto Shut off
To save battery power, you can set the <Auto Shut off> function which turns off the Sports Camcorder if there is no operation
for a certain period of time.
1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
3
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
System Settings
DEMO
Ver.
TYPE
Auto Shut off
Off
5 Minutes
2. Set the System Settings mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
◆ The System Settings screen appears.
Move
4
OK
Select
System Settings
DEMO
3. Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <Auto Shut off>.
Ver.
Auto Shut off
Off
5 Minutes
4. Move the [Joystick] up / down to select an option, and then press the
[Joystick(OK)].
Move
◆ <Off>: Cancels the <Auto Shut off> function.
◆ <5 Minutes>: Automatically turns off after 5 minutes.
5. After you finish setting, move to the desired mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
[ Notes ]
✤ The <Auto Shut off> will not function when you connect the AC Power Adapter to the Sports Camcorder.
The <Auto Shut off> functions when the Battery Pack is the only power source.
✤ <Auto Shut off> will only function when you set this function in System Settings mode.
✤ Press the [POWER] button to revive the Sports Camcorder.
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Select
TYPE
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Setting the Sports Camcorder : Setting the System Settings
Setting the Demonstration Function
The Demonstration function will allow you to view all the functions that the Sports Camcorder supports.
1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
3
System Settings
DEMO
Ver.
TYPE
Demonstration
Off
2. Set the System Settings mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
5 Minutes
◆ The System Settings screen appears.
Play Now
Move
3. Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <Demonstration>.
4
OK
Select
System Settings
DEMO
Ver.
TYPE
Demonstration
Off
4. Move the [Joystick] up / down to select an option, and then press the
[Joystick(OK)].
◆ <Off>: Cancels the Demonstration function.
◆ <5 Minutes>: Starts the Demonstration function in 5 minutes.
◆ <Play Now>: Starts the Demonstration function now.
5 Minutes
Play Now
Move
OK
Select
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1. Digital Camcorder
2. Digital Camera
3. MP3 Player
4. Stereo Audio Recorder
5. PC-Camera
6. Data Storage
[ Note ]
✤ If you set the Demonstration function, it operates only in Video Record mode.
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Setting the Sports Camcorder : Setting the System Settings
Viewing Version Information
You can see the firmware version information.
1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
3
System Settings
DEMO
Ver.
TYPE
Version Info
Samsung Elec. Co. LTD
S/W 0.22 Jan 19 2006 18:31:08
Syscon 0.21 Jan 18 2006 19:32:38 PR
2. Set the System Settings mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
◆ The System Settings screen appears.
Move
3. Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <Version Info>.
◆ The firmware version of the Sports Camcorder is displayed.
4. After you view the version information, move to the desired mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
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Setting the Sports Camcorder : Using USB Mode
Transferring files to a computer
You can use transfer photo and video files to your PC.
1. Turn on your PC.
Open the front cover and
connect the USB cable.
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
USB cable
MMC/SD
USB
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
3. Connect the Sports Camcorder to your PC with the USB cable.
◆ Mass storage for transferring files runs as the default mode when
connecting with the USB.
USB
USB
4. Copy the desired file from the Sports Camcorder to your PC.
5. When finished, disconnect the USB cable.
[ Notes ]
✤ Disconnecting the USB cable while the data transfer will stop the data transfer
and might damage the data stored.
✤ Multiple USB devices connected to a PC or using USB hubs may cause
communication / installation errors with the Sports Camcorder.
✤ Mass storage runs as the default mode when connecting with the USB.Reset
USB mode to use the Pict-bridge function or PC-Cam function. ➥page 98
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Setting the Sports Camcorder : Using USB Mode
Printing with PictBridge
With the provided USB cable and a PictBridge-supporting printer, you can print your
photo images directly without connecting to a PC.
PictBridge Supporting Printer
(sold separately)
1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
USB
2. Set the System Settings mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
◆
Range of possibilities: 1 ~ 30
USB
USB
3. Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <USB Mode>.
4. Move the [Joystick] up / down to select <PictBridge> and then press
the [Joystick(OK)].
5. Connect the Sports Camcorder and the PictBridge supporting
printer with a USB cable.
6. Move the [Joystick] left/right to select the file you want to print.
7. Move the [Joystick] up/down to set the number of copies.
MMC/SD
◆ The System Settings screen appears.
4
System Settings
TYPE
USB Mode
8. Press the [Joystick(OK)] to begin printing.
9. When finished, disconnect the USB cable.
Mass Storage
PictBridge
PC-Cam
[ Warning ]
✤ This function works only with printers that support PictBridge.
[ Notes ]
✤ For printing information, refer to the User's manual of the printer.
✤ Depending on the printer, printing failure may occur. In this case, download JPEG files directly
to the PC and print them.
✤ Depending on the printer, date and time option may not be supported. In this case, date
and time menu will not be displayed.
✤ Mass storage runs as the default mode when connecting with the USB.Reset USB mode to
use the Pict-bridge function or PC-Cam function.
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Move
7
PictBridge
OK
Select
100-0001
01
Search
Copies
OK
Print
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Setting the Sports Camcorder : Using USB Mode
Using the PC Cam Function
You can use this the CAM as a PC camera for video chatting, video conference and other PC
camera applications.
3
USB Mode
Before your start!
Mass Storage
PictBridge
◆ For PC Cam use, it is required to install the DV Driver.➥page 124
PC-Cam
1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
2. Set the System Settings mode by pressing the [MODE] button.
◆ The System Settings screen appears.
3. Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <USB Mode>.
4. Move the [Joystick] up / down to select <PC-Cam> and then press the
[Joystick(OK)].
5. Turn on your PC.
6. Connect the Sports Camcorder to your PC with the USB cable.
7. The Sports Camcorder can be used as a PC Cam for programs such
as Windows Messenger.
◆ Various applications take advantage of the PC Cam function. Refer to
System Settings
TYPE
Move
4
OK
Select
System Settings
TYPE
USB Mode
Mass Storage
PictBridge
PC-Cam
Move
OK
Select
Open the front cover and
connect the USB cable.
respective product documentation for further details.
USB
8. When finished, disconnect the USB cable.
USB
MMC/SD
USB cable
USB
[ Notes ]
✤ You must install the DV Driver. ➥page 124
✤ When the USB Port connection changed, it may require DV Driver re-installation.
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✤ It is recommended to use an AC Power Adapter during data transfer to avoid
unintended power outages.
✤ Microsoft Windows 98 SE or later operating systems support the PC Cam
function.
✤ Mass storage runs as the default mode when connecting with the USB.
Reset USB mode to use the Pict-bridge function or PC-Cam function.
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Using the External Camera
Module
Recording the External Camera Module ...................................119
Recording Video using the External Camera Module ...........119
Wearing the External Camera Module ......................................120
Mounting the External Camera Module on Rubber Mount....120
Using the Long Mount Bands ...............................................121
◆ Save important data / recordings separately on other media, to
avoid accidental loss due to a system failure or other reasons.
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Recording Video using the External Camera Module
[POWER/
Record /Stop] button
W
T
MENU
1. Connect the External Camera Module cable to the
multi jack of Sports Camcorder.
MODE
DELETE
DISPLAY
DC IN
HOLD
Your Sports Camcorder offers the ability to record those thrilling
moments. Whether you're snow boarding or skiing you can record
the moments with the External Camera Module and accessories.
1
◆ You may fix the External Camera Module using a Tripod
(not supplied), Rubber Mount, or Mounting Band.
2. Press the [POWER/Record /Stop] button of External
Camera Module for more than 2 seconds.
◆ The power of the Sports Camcorder and the External Camera Module are turned on.
◆ If you press the [POWER] button of the Sports Camcorder, only the Sports Camcorder is
3
90 degrees (max.)
turned on.
3. Turn the Picture Rotator to the desired direction.
◆ The Picture Rotator turns 90 degrees left or right to select the desired picture angle.
4. Press the [POWER/Record /Stop] button of the External Camera Module to start
recording.
◆ LED lamp lights in red.
◆ Press the [Record /Stop]button of the Sports Camcorder to start recording.
5. Press the [POWER/Record /Stop] button of the External Camera Module to stop 6
recording.
◆ Recording stops and the Sports Camcorder is ready again.
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6. After recording, to prevent battery consumption, press the [POWER/Record /Stop]
button of the External Camera Module more than 2 seconds to turn off.
◆ The power of the Sports Camcorder and the External Camera Module are turned off.
◆ If you press the [POWER] button of the Sports Camcorder, only the Sports Camcorder is
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[ Notes ]
✤ The External Camera Module is available for recording movie only.
✤ You can use the [POWER/Record /Stop] button of the External Camera Module to power on/off and to start/stop recording
simultaneously.
✤ Multi jack is used as a Earphones jack, AV Input/Output jack and External Camera Module jack.
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Mounting the External Camera Module on Rubber Mount
1
Rubber Mount receptacle
2
screw
1. Set the Rubber Mount receptacle of the External Camera Module to the screw of Rubber Mount.
2. Turn the Rubber Mount's screw to the right to fasten.
[ Note ]
✤ Dropping the External Camera Module or bumping it to other objects may cause device failure. When using the device,
you must attach it to the rubber mount, and be careful not to drop or strike it.
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Using the External Camera Module :
Wearing the External Camera Module
Using the Long Mount Bands
While the Sports Camcorder is inside your carrying case or backpack, you can attach the External Camera Module mounted on
the Rubber Mount with help of the Long Mount Bands.
1. Run the strap of Long Mount Band through both of the slots on
the rubber mount as illustrated.
1
◆ You can use both the short part and long part of Rubber Mount as slots.
2. Run the strap through the buckle to adjust the tightness.
2
3. Fasten the strap.
3
Rubber Mount
[ Notes ]
✤ Dropping the External Camera Module or bumping it to other objects may
cause device failure. When using the device, you must attach it to the rubber
mount, and be careful not to drop or strike it.
✤ Direct contact of the Rubber Mount with your skin for a long period of time may
cause skin irritation or allergy. Avoid long term contact.
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Miscellaneous
Information
USB Interface Environment ........................................................123
USB connection to a computer .............................................123
System Environment ..............................................................123
Installing Software .......................................................................124
Installing DV Media Pro 1.0....................................................124
Ulead Video Studio.................................................................125
Connecting To Other Devices ...................................................126
Connecting to a PC using USB Cable ...................................126
Connecting to a TV monitor ...................................................127
Connecting to a VCR / DVD Recorder ..................................128
Recording unscrambled content from other digital devices ..129
Printing Photos ............................................................................130
Printing with DPOF .................................................................130
Cleaning and Maintaining the Sports Camcorder ...................131
After using the Sports Camcorder..........................................131
Cleaning the Body ..................................................................132
Using the Built-in Rechargeable Battery ................................132
Regarding the Battery ............................................................133
Using the Sports Camcorder Abroad .....................................134
◆ Save important data / recordings separately on other media, to
avoid accidental loss due to a system failure or other reasons.
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Miscellaneous Information : USB Interface Environment
USB connection to a computer
High Speed USB is not guaranteed if the supplied driver is not installed on an OS other than Microsoft Windows or Apple's Mac OS X.
✤
✤
Windows 98SE/ME: Full Speed USB
Windows 2000: Service Pack 4 or higher - High Speed USB
✤
✤
Windows XP: Service Pack 1 or higher - High Speed USB
Mac OS X: 10.3 or higher - High Speed USB
System Environment
Windows Environment
Macintosh Environment
Minimum
Recommended
Minimum
Recommended
CPU
Pentium III, 600MHz
Pentium 4, 2GHz
G3 500MHz
G4 Processor
OS
Windows 98SE/ME
Windows 2000/XP
Mac OS 10.2
Mac OS 10.3
Memory
512MB or above
128MB
200MB(For applications only.
512MB or above
Free space
128MB
200MB(For applications only.
Apart from this,
1GB or more free space
2GB or above
on the hard disk
2GB or above
Display Resolution
800x600 dots
16-bit color
1024x768 dots
24-bit color
Apart from this,
1GB or more free space
800x600 dots
16-bit color
1024x768 dots
24-bit color
USB
USB 1.1
USB 2.0 High Speed
USB 1.1
USB 2.0 High Speed
[ Notes ]
✤ Not all PCs configured with the above environment are guaranteed to operate properly.
✤ USB connection using an external USB hub or an additional USB daughterboard is not guaranteed.
✤ If your OS is Windows 2000/XP, log in as the [Administrator(administrator of the PC)] (or a user with the equivalent privileges) to install
the OS.
✤ If the capacity of PC is low, the movie file may not play normally or will often stop.
✤ If the capacity of PC is low, it may take a long time to edit the video file.
✤ Intel® Pentium III™ or Pentium 4™ is a trademark of the Intel Corporation.
✤ Mac, Macintosh and Mac OS are trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc.
✤ Windows® is a registered trademark of the Microsoft® Corporation.
✤ All other brands and names are property of their respective owners.
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Miscellaneous Information : Installing Software
Installing DV Media Pro 1.0
You need to install DV Media Pro 1.0 to play back recorded movie files or the transferred data from Sports Camcorder with the
USB cable on your PC.
Before your start!
◆ Turn on your PC. Exit all other applications running.
◆ Insert the provided CD into the CD-ROM drive.
The setup screen appears automatically soon after the CD was inserted. If the setup screen does not appear, click on “Start”
on the bottom left corner and select “Run” to display a dialog. Type “D:\autorun.exe” and then press ENTER, if your CD-ROM
drive is mapped to “D:Drive”.
Installing Driver - DV Driver and DirectX 9.0
◆ DV Driver is a software driver that is required to support establishing connection to a PC.
(If it is not installed, some functions will not be supported.)
1. Click on “DV Driver” on the Setup screen.
◆ Driver software required is installed automatically.
Following drivers will be installed:
- USB Removable disk driver (Windows 98 SE only)
- USB PC-CAMERA driver
2. Click on <Confirm> to finish driver installation.
◆ Windows 98 SE users need to restart the PC.
3. If the "DirectX 9.0" is not installed, it is installed automatically after setting "DV Driver".
◆ After installing DirectX 9.0, PC needs to be restarted.
◆ If DirectX 9.0 is installed already, there is no need to restart the PC.
Application Installation - Video Codec
◆ Click on “Video Codec” on the Setup screen.
Video Codec is required to play movie files recorded by Sports Camcorder on a PC.
[ Note ]
✤ If a message saying “Digital Signature not found” or something similar appears, ignore the message and continue with the
installation.
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Miscellaneous Information : Installing Software
Application Installation – Photo Express
1. Click “Photo Express” on the Setup screen.
◆
It is a photo editing tool that allows users to edit images.
Application Installation – Quick Time
1. Click “Quick Time” on the Setup screen.
◆
QuickTime is Apple's technology for handling movie, sound, animation, graphics, text, music, and even 360-degree virtual
reality (VR) scenes.
Ulead Video Studio
Setting up Ulead Video Studio
After inserting the CD, the setup screen displays automatically. Follow the instruction to start installation.
It is a video editing tool that allows users to edit movie files.
[ Notes ]
✤ For photo editing, use Photo Express.
✤ For movie playback on a PC, install software in this order : DV Driver - DirectX 9.0 - Video Codec
✤ For movie editing, use the Ulead Video Studio.
✤ For PC Cam use, it is required to install the DV Driver installation is required.
✤ You have to install “DV Driver”, “Video Codec” and “DirectX 9.0” to run DV Media Pro 1.0 properly.
✤ If a message saying “Digital Signature not found” or something similar appears, ignore the message and continue with the
installation.
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Miscellaneous Information : Connecting To Other Devices
Connecting to a PC using USB Cable
Connect to a PC with the provided USB cable. You can view your files on your PC.
◆
USB cable
MMC/SD
USB
Connecting to a PC – Playing Files
1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.
2. Connect the Sports Camcorder to the PC with the provided USB
cable as shown in the diagram.
3. Copy the file to your PC.
We recommend copying the files onto your PC for better viewing.
4. Double-click on the copied file name.
It starts to play back.
USB
USB
Disconnecting from a PC
1. Click on the “Safely remove hardware” tray icon on the bottom
right side of the desktop.
<Open the front cover and connect the USB cable.>
Select the device and click on the “Stop” button.
2. When the message saying that it is safe to remove the hardware appears, unplug the cable from the PC.
[ Warning ]
✤ When data communication is disrupted due to static electricity, magnetic field or other reason, restart the program or try to
disconnect / connect the communication cable (USB Cable) again.
[ Notes ]
✤ Multiple USB devices connected to a PC or using USB hubs may cause communication / installation errors with the Sports
Camcorder.
✤ Refer to page 123 for PC recommendations on USB use. Some PCs meeting the requirements may not support proper USB
operation due to various reasons. Please refer to the product documentation of the PC for further details.
✤ If you disconnect the USB cable from the PC or the Sports Camcorder during the data transfer, the data transfer will stop
and the data may be damaged.
✤ The Sports Camcorder may operate abnormally in the recommended system environment depending on your PC.
For example, the movie file may play abnormally.
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Miscellaneous Information : Connecting To Other Devices
Connecting to a TV monitor
You can connect your Sports Camcorder directly to a TV set. Set the appropriate video input when viewing Sports Cam
playback on the TV.
Line Input
1. Connect the provided Audio/Video cable to the
[Multi jack] of the Sports Camcorder.
VIDEO AUDIO
(L) (R)
DC IN
2. Connect the other end of the cable to the TV set by
matching the colors of the terminals.
◆
<Source> may be represented as <Line In>, <Input>,
<A/V Input>, etc. depending on the manufacturer.
DC IN
3. Turn on the TV and set the TV's <Source> to the external
input the Sports Camcorder is connected to.
4. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports
Camcorder.
◆
Movie Record mode is displayed on the TV screen.
5. Press the [PLAY] button or [Joystick(OK)] to switch to
Movie Play mode.
6. Move the [Joystick] left / right to select a movie and then press the [Joystick(OK)].
◆
◆
It begins playback.
To pause playback, press the [Joystick(OK)].
[ Notes ]
✤ You can play back photo files as well as movie files.
✤ When you connect your Sports Camcorder to a TV, some indicators may not partly appear.
✤ If you wish to input/output an image from another device to the Sports Camcorder, you must first set <Line In/out> in movie
mode. ➥page 51
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Miscellaneous Information : Connecting To Other Devices
Connecting to a VCR / DVD Recorder
You can connect your Sports Camcorder to a TV set through a VCR/DVD Recorder.
1. Connect the provided Audio/Video Cable to the [Multi jack] of the Sports Camcorder.
2. Connect the other end of the cable to the VCR/
DVD Recorder by matching the colors of the
terminals.
Line Input
Line Output
VIDEO AUDIO
(L) (R)
DC IN
3. Connect the Audio/Video Cable from TV Input
to Video Output of the VCR/DVD Recorder.
Line Input
DC IN
4. Turn on the TV and set the <Source> to the
external input the VCR/DVD Recorder is
connected.
5. Turn on the VCR/DVD Recorder and set the
<Source> to the external input source where
you connected the Sports Camcorder.
[ Notes ]
✤ You can play back photo files as well as the movie files.
✤ If you wish to input/output an image from another device to the Sports Camcorder, you must first set <Line In/out> in movie
mode. ➥page 51
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Miscellaneous Information : Connecting To Other Devices
Recording unscrambled content from other digital devices
You can connect other external digital devices to Sports Camcorder to record unscrambled contents.
1. Connect the provided Audio/Video Cable to the [Multi jack] of the Sports Camcorder.
2. Connect the Audio/Video cable to the external output
terminal of your digital devices (DVD, DVC, etc.) by
matching the cable to the colors of the terminals.
3. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports
Camcorder.
The Movie Record screen appears.
4. Press the [MENU] button.
Move the [Joystick] left / right to select
<Line In/Out>.
DC IN
◆
Line Output
5. Move the [Joystick] up / down to select <In> and
then press the [Joystick(OK)].
6. Play back the other digital devices.
7. Press the [Record/Stop] button to start recording.
8. To stop recording, press the [Record/Stop] button again.
[ Note ]
✤ The quality of an input signal recorded through the Line input terminal cannot be guaranteed unless it comes from digital
devices (DVD, DVC, etc.).
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Miscellaneous Information : Printing Photos
Printing with DPOF
DPOF (Digital Printing Order Format) defines the print information for each photo on the memory card. You can easily make
prints using a DPOF-compatible printer or order copies from commercial digital image developers.
Printing DPOF files in the memory card
1. Set the DPOF information for the photo you want to print. ➥page 72
2. Insert a memory card into the DPOF- supporting printer.
3. Follow the steps of the printer to print out photos.
[ Notes ]
✤ For further details about printing photos, refer to the user's manual of the printer.
✤ Printing may not be performed depending on types of printers.
In this case, download JPEG files directly to the PC and print them.
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Maintenance : Cleaning and Maintaining the Sports Camcorder
After using the Sports Camcorder
✤
For safekeeping of the Sports Camcorder, follow these steps.
✓
✓
✓
✤
✤
✤
✤
To prevent any damage to the LCD monitor, do not apply excessive force on its moving parts.
Do not drop or in anyway shock the Sports Camcorder.
For prolonged use of the Sports Camcorder, avoid using it in places subject to excessive humidity or
dust.
Do not leave the Sports Camcorder in places subject to:
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✤
Excessive humidity, steam, soot or dust.
Excessive shock or vibration.
Extremely high (over 50°C or 122°F) or extremely low (under 0°C or 32°F) temperatures.
Strong electromagnetic fields.
Direct sunlight or in a closed car on a hot day.
For the safe use of the Battery Pack, follow these.
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✤
Turn the Sports Camcorder off.
Remove the Battery Pack ➥page 22.
Remove the Memory Card ➥page 34.
To conserve battery power, be sure to turn off the Sports Camcorder when not in use.
Battery consumption may vary depending on the condition of use. Recording with many starts and stops,
frequent zooming, and recording in low temperatures will shorten actual recording times.
Dispose of used Battery Packs promptly. Do not dispose of them in fire.
The Battery Pack will become warm during charging and use. This is not a malfunction.
The Battery Pack has a limited service life. If the period of use becomes noticeably shorter with a normal charge,
the Battery Pack is at the end of its service life. Replace it with a new Battery Pack.
For the safe use of the Memory Card, follow these.
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
The Memory Card should be stored away from heaters and other heat sources. Avoid storing Memory Cards under direct
sunlight and avoid electromagnetic fields.
Do not power off any devices while transferring data, as this may destroy the data.
Back up your image data often to a hard disk or other permanent storage media.
Format the Memory Card periodically.
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When formatting the Memory Card, format in the Sports Camcorder.
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Maintenance : Cleaning and Maintaining the Sports Camcorder
Cleaning the Body
✤
To Clean the Exterior of the Sports Camcorder
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
To clean the exterior, use a soft dry cloth. Wipe the body gently.
Do not apply excessive force when cleaning, gently rub the surface.
The LCD monitor surface should not be pressed. Use a soft dry cloth to clean the surface.
To clean the lens, use an optional air blower to blow out dirt and other small objects. Do not wipe the lens with cloth
or your fingers. If necessary, use lens cleaning paper.
Do not use thinner, alcohol or benzene for cleaning. Otherwise, the finish may be damaged.
Cleaning should be done only after the Battery Pack has been removed, and other power sources have been
disconnected.
[ Note ]
✤ If the lens looks dimmer, turn off the Sports Camcorder and leave it for about 1 hour.
Using the Built-in Rechargeable Battery
The Sports Camcorder incorporates a rechargeable lithium cell that maintains the date and other settings even when the
AC Power Adapter and the battery are removed. The rechargeable lithium cell is automatically recharged when the Sports
Camcorder is used.
Charging the Built-in Rechargeable Battery
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If the Sports Camcorder is not used at all, the cell runs down in 5 days. In this case, connect the AC Power Adapter to the Sports
Camcorder and press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder. Then leave it for 24 hours.
After that, set the date and other settings again.
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Maintenance : Cleaning and Maintaining the Sports Camcorder
Regarding the Battery
■
Battery pack performance decreases when the
surrounding temperature is 10°C (50°F) or below, and
shortens the battery life. In that case, do one of the
following so that the durability of the battery life can be
extended for a longer period of time.
- Put the Battery Pack in a pocket to warm it up, and
insert it in your Sports Camcorder immediately prior
to use.
- Use a large capacity Battery Pack.
■
Be sure to set the power button to off when not
recording or playing back. The battery power is also
consumed in standby, play back and pause mode.
■
Have your Battery Packs ready for two or three times
the expected recording time, and make trial recordings
before making the actual recording.
■
Do not expose the Battery Pack to water.
The Battery Pack is not water resistant.
■
Keep the battery out of reach of children. If it is
swallowed, seek medical assistance immediately.
■
Wipe the battery with a clean dry cloth to ensure proper
contact.
■
Do not pick up the battery using metal tools as this may
cause a short circuit.
■
Do not short the battery or dispose of the battery in fire.
Do not disassemble the battery. The battery could
explode or catch fire.
■
Use only recommended batteries and accessories.
Use of batteries not expressly recommended for this
equipment may cause an explosion or leakage, resulting
in fire, injury or damage to the surroundings.
■
Install the battery according to the instructions.
Improperly installed batteries can cause damage to the
sports camcorder.
■
When you do not use for a long time, remove the
Battery Pack.
Otherwise, the battery may leak. To avoid damage to the
product, be sure to remove the battery when no charge
remains.
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Maintenance : Cleaning and Maintaining the Sports Camcorder
Using the Sports Camcorder Abroad
✤
✤
Each country or region has its own electric and color systems. (NTSC/PAL)
Before using the Sports Camcorder abroad, check the following items:
Power Sources
✤
✤
You can use the Sports Camcorder in any country or area with the supplied AC Power Adapter where the power
input range is 100V - 240V, 50/60Hz.
Use a commercially available AC plug adapter if necessary, depending on the design of the local wall outlets.
Color System
✤
You can view your video files using the built-in LCD monitor.
However, to view your recordings on a television set or to copy them to a video cassette recorder (VCR), the television set or the
VCR must be NTSC-compatible and have the appropriate Audio / Video ports. Otherwise, you may need to use a separate Video
Format Transcoder (NTSC-PAL format Converter).
PAL-Compatible Countries / Regions
Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, China, CIS, Czech Republic, Denmark, Egypt, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Great Britain,
Holland, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Libya, Malaysia, Mauritius, Norway, Romania, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Slovak
Republic, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Syria, Thailand, Tunisia, etc.
NTSC-Compatible Countries / Regions
Bahamas, Canada, Central America, Japan, Mexico, Philippines, Korea, Taiwan, United States of America, etc.
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Troubleshooting
Self Diagnosis Display
Display
Not enough free space
Corrupted file
Paper error
Ink error
File Error
Communication Error
Sleeping now...
Low battery
Holding the key
Card error
Not formatted
Write error
Read error
Not supported format
Informs that…
Not enough free space for saving files .
The file is corrupted.
Paper has run out.
Ink is low.
The file is wrong.
An error has occurred while transferring data.
Power saving mode works.
Battery is low.
The HOLD switch is locked.
The Memory Card is corrupted.
Format the Memory Card.
Failed to write.
Failed to read.
The format is not supported.
Write protected
MPEG decoding Error
Memory Card is protected to write.
The video file is corrupted.
✤
Action
Check the space of internal memory or the external memory.
Delete the corrupted file.
Check the paper in the printer. If there is no paper, insert the paper.
Check if the ink or toner is low.
Check that the file is JPEG.
Disconnect the USB cable and connect it again.
Press any button to return to previous menu.
Charge the Battery Pack or connect the AC Power Adapter.
Unlock the HOLD switch and operate the Sports Camcorder.
Format the Memory Card or replace it with a new one.
Format the Memory Card.
Check the memory space or format the memory.
Delete the file.
The AVI or JPEG file that is not supported. Check the supported file.
on page 30.
Unlock the Memory Card. (except MMC)
Delete the corrupted file.
If these instructions do not solve your problem, contact your nearest Samsung dealer or authorized service center/personnel.
Symptom
No power is supplied
Date/Time is wrong
Focus does not adjust automatically
The Memory Card will not load
properly
Possible Causes
Measure
Connect the AC Power Adapter properly, page 25
The power is not connected properly
Replace the dead Battery Pack
The battery is dead
Warm up the battery or move to warmer place
The battery is too cold
Set the Date&Time, page 104
The Date/Time is not set
Set focus to AUTO
Focus is set to manual mode
Recording is being done in a dark place Use the flash or light the location
Clear the lens and check the focus
Lens is covered with condensation
Insert the Memory Card properly, page 34
The Memory Card is in wrong position
A foreign object is in the Memory Card slot Clear the Memory Card slot
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Troubleshooting
Symptom
Color balance of picture is not natural
Digital zoom does not work
Files stored in the Memory Card
cannot be deleted
Images on the LCD monitor appear
dark
Possible Causes
White balance adjustment is required
The effect(Digital special effect) is applied
Memory Card is protected
File is locked
Ambient is too bright
Ambient temperature is too low
Rear of the LCD monitor is hot
Prolonged use of the LCD monitor.
Play, rewind and fast forwarding do
not work
Memory Card cannot be played
back (Photo mode)
No picture is taken
The Photo Mode is selected
Measure
Set proper white balance, page 61
Turn off the effect(Digital special effect), page 63
Remove the protection tab of Memory Card (except MMC)
Remove the lock on the file, page 54, 73, 81, 88, 93
Adjust the brightness and angle of LCD
Low temperatures may produce a dark LCD display
This is not a malfunction
Close the LCD monitor to turn it off,
or turn your device off to cool down
Select ‘Movie Mode’ and select ‘Play’
The Movie Mode is selected
Select ‘Photo Mode’ and select ‘View’
Not enough free memory space is
remained
Memory Card is formatted by different
devices
Light is forced to cancel
Light is not available for recording
The ‘Photo Mode’ is selected
To save power consumption, the LCD
monitor and Sports Camcorder's power
turns off if there is no button operation
for a certain period of time (depending
on operation mode).
Delete files from the Memory Card or internal memory
Format the Memory Card on the Sports Camcorder
Built-in flash does not fire
Cannot Record a video
The LCD monitor turns off
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Select different Flash mode, page 64
Select ‘Movie Mode’
Operating any button will turn the Sports Camcorder on
Pressing the button once again will operate its function
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Using the Menu
Movie
1. Record
Size
720x480
352x240
Quality
Super Fine
Fine
Normal
White Balance
Auto
Daylight
Fluorescent
Tungsten
Custom
Program AE
Auto
Sports
Spotlight
Sand/Snow
Effect
Off
Art
Mosaic
Sepia
Negative
Mirror
B&W
EIS
On
Off
Photo
BLC
On
Off
Digital Zoom
On
Off
Record Mode
TV
PC
Line In/Out
In
Out
2. Play
Play Mode
Play One
Play All
Repeat One
Repeat All
Lock
Lock
Multi Select
Lock All
Unlock All
Copy To
OK
Multi Select
All
1. Capture
White Balance
Auto
Daylight
Fluorescent
Tungsten
Custom
Program AE
Auto
Sports
Spotlight
Sand/Snow
Effect
Off
Art
Mosaic
Sepia
Negative
Mirror
B&W
Flash
On
Auto
Off
Continuous Shot
Off
3 shots
MP3
BLC
On
Off
Digital Zoom
On
Off
2. View
Slide
Start
Interval (sec.)
Repeat
DPOF
Copies
Set All
Reset All
Lock
Lock
Multi Select
Lock All
Unlock All
1. Play
Repeat
Off
Repeat One
Repeat Folder
Repeat All
Shuffle Folder
Shuffle All
Equalizer
Off
Pop
Classic
Jazz
Lock
Lock
Multi Select
Lock All
Unlock All
Copy To
OK
Multi Select
All
Copy To
OK
Multi Select
All
EIS
On
Off
Focus
Focus
AF
MF
AF
MF
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Using the Menu
Voice Recorder
1. Record
2. Play
Play Mode
Play One
Play All
Repeat One
Repeat All
Lock
Lock
Multi Select
Lock All
Unlock All
Copy To
OK
Multi Select
All
File Browser
Lock
Lock
Multi Select
Lock All
Unlock All
Copy To
OK
Multi Select
All
File Info.
OK
System Settings
Storage Type
Internal
External
USB Mode
Mass Storage
PictBridge
PC-Cam
File No.
Series
Reset
Format
Internal
External
Memory Space
000MB/000MB
LCD Brightness
0%
...
100%
LCD Color
0%
...
100%
Date&Time Set
Date Format
YY/MM/DD
DD/MM/YY
MM/DD/YY
Time Format
12 Hour
24 Hour
Date/Time
Off
Date
Time
Date/Time
Beep Sound
On
Off
Start-up
Movie Mode
Previous Mode
Reset
OK
Language
English / Español /
Français / Português
/ Deutsch / Italiano /
Nederlands / Polski /
ǸțșșȒȐȑ /
/
/ Iran / Arab / Magyar /
ѳъѕ / ǻȒȘȈȮȕșȤȒȈ /
Svenska
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Auto Shut off
Off
5 Minutes
Demonstration
Off
5 Minutes
Play Now
Version Info
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Specifications
Model Name
The Sports Camcorder System
Movie Recording System
Photo System
MP3
Voice
Memory
CCD Pixel
Optical Zoom Ratio
Focal Length
Minimum Illumination
LCD monitor
Connectors
USB
DC Power In connector
Earphones
Multi jack
AV Input/Output
General
Operating Temperature
Operating Humidity
Power Source
Power Consumption
Dimensions (WxHxD)
Weight
Built-in Microphone
SC-X205L/X210L/X220L
MPEG4 AVI Format
JPEG (640x480, DPOF, Exif 2.2)
Stereo Playing
WAVE File Recording/Play (8KHz Sampling, 16 bit, Stereo)
512MB (SC-X205L)
1GB (SC-X210L)
Internal memory
2GB (SC-X220L)
SD
External memory
MMC
1/6 inch CCD, 680K(Maximum)
x10
f=2.4~24mm, F1.8~2.4
3.0 Lux
2.0” Transmission Type, 230K
Mini-B type (USB 2.0 High Speed)
Proprietary 3 pins connector
ø 3.5 Stereo
Video (1.0p_p, 75š), Audio (-7.5dBm 47Kš, Stereo)
External CMOS Camera
0°C-40°C (32°F-104°F)
10%-80%
3.8V (Li-Polymer Battery Pack), 4.8V (AC Adapter)
2.8W (LCD ON)
2.41 inch X 3.68 inch X 1.19 inch (Including the Battery Pack)
5.29 oz
Omni-directional condenser microphone
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Specifications
Model Name
AC Adapter
Power Requirement
DC Output
Operating Temperature
Dimensions
Weight
Model Name
External CMOS Camera
CMOS Pixel
Video Resolution
Exposure
White Balance
Focus Type
Focal Length
Connector
AV Output
General
Operating Temperature
Operating Humidity
Power Source
Power Consumption
Dimensions (LxHxD)
Weight
Built-in Microphone
SC-X205L/X210L/X220L
AC 100 ~ 240V, 50 / 60 Hz
DC 4.8V, 1.0 A
0°C (32°F) ~ 40° (104°F)
2.76 inch X 1.17 inch X 2.33 inch
3.00 oz.
XC-L2N
1/4 inch CMOS, 320K(Maximum)
640x480 (VGA)
Auto
Auto
Fixed
f=5.56mm, F2.0
Video (1.0Vp_p), Audio (-7.5dBm 47Kš, Input : mono)
0°C~40°C (32°F~104°F)
20%~80%
B+ (3.2V~4.8V)
0.7W
3.67 inch X 1.37 inch X 1.31 inch
3.39 oz.
Omni-directional condenser microphone
The product design and specifications are subject to change without notice for better performance and quality.
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Index
-A-
-F-
AC Power Adapter ........................................................................ 13, 25
AF(Auto Focus) ............................................................................. 47, 67
Auto Shut off ..................................................................................... 112
File Browser ........................................................................................ 90
File No. ............................................................................................... 99
Format ............................................................................................... 100
-B-
-J-
Battery Pack .................................................................................. 22~25
Beep Sound ...................................................................................... 108
BLC ..................................................................................................... 68
Joystick................................................................................................ 28
-L-CCharging the Battery ........................................................................... 25
Capturing............................................................................................. 57
Copy To.......................................................................55, 74, 82, 89, 94
Cleaning and Maintenance ....................................................... 131~134
Language .......................................................................................... 111
LCD Brightness ................................................................................. 102
LCD Color ......................................................................................... 103
LOCK...........................................................................54, 73, 81, 88, 93
-M-DDate&Time Set.................................................................................. 104
Demonstration ................................................................................... 113
Digital Zoom ........................................................................................ 69
DPOF .......................................................................................... 72, 130
DV Media Pro 1.0 ..................................................................... 124, 125
MODE button ...................................................................................... 27
MENU button ...................................................................................... 28
MF(Manual Focus) ........................................................................ 47, 67
-PPC Cam............................................................................................. 117
PictBridge .......................................................................................... 116
Program AE .................................................................................. 44, 62
-EEarphones .......................................................................................... 14
Effect ............................................................................................. 45, 63
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Index
-Q-
-W-
Quality ................................................................................................. 42
White Balance ............................................................................... 43, 61
-R-
-Z-
Reset ................................................................................................. 110
Zooming In and Out ...................................................................... 37, 58
-SStart-up Mode ................................................................................... 109
Sepia ............................................................................................. 45, 63
Storage type ........................................................................................ 97
-TTroubleshooting ........................................................................ 135, 136
-UUSB .................................................................................................... 98
-VVersion Information ........................................................................... 114
Voice Record ...................................................................................... 84
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Warranty (SEA users only)
SAMSUNG LIMITED WARRANTY
SAMSUNG Electronics America Inc. (SEA), warrants that this product is free from defective material and workmanship.
SEA further warrants that if product fails to operate properly within the specified warranty period and the failure is due
to improper workmanship or defective material, SEA will repair or replace the product at its option.
All warranty repairs must be performed by a SEA authorized service center. The name and address of the location
nearest you can be obtained by calling toll free: 1-800 SAMSUNG (1-800-726-7864).
Labor
90 days carry-in
Parts
1 year
On carry-in models, transportation to and from the service center is the customer’s responsibility.
The original dated sales receipt must be retained by the customer and is the only acceptable proof of purchase.
It must be presented to the authorized service center.
EXCLUSIONS (WHAT IS NOT COVERED)
This warranty does not cover damage due to accident, fire, flood and/or other acts of God; misuse, incorrect line
voltage, improper installation, improper or unauthorized repairs, commercial use, or damage that occurs in shipping.
Exterior and interior finish, lamps, and glass are not covered under this warranty.
Customer adjustments which are explained in the instruction manual are not covered under the terms of this warranty.
This warranty will automatically be voided for any unit found with a missing or altered serial number. This warranty is
valid only on products purchased in the United States and Puerto Rico.
Some States do not allow the exclusions or limitations of incidental or consequential damages, or allow limitations on
how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from State to State.
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