Samsung D365W(I) Specifications

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Digital Video Camcorder
VP - D361(i)/D361W(i)/
D362(i)/D363(i)/
D364W(i)/D365W(i)
AF
CCD
LCD
Auto Focus
Charge Coupled Device
Liquid Crystal Display
VP - D361(i)/D361W(i)/
D362(i)/D363(i)/
D364W(i)/D365W(i)
AF
CCD
LCD
RoHS compliant
Our product complies with
“The Restriction Of the use of
certain Hazardous Substances
in electrical and electronic
equipment”, and we do not use the 6
hazardous materials- Cadmium(Cd), Lead
(Pb), Mercury (Hg), Hexavalent Chromium
(Cr+6), Poly Brominated Biphenyls (PBBs),
Poly Brominated Diphenyl Ethers(PBDEs)in our products.
Owner’s Instruction Book
Before operating the unit, please read this Instruction
Book thoroughly, and retain it for future reference.
This product meets the intent of
Directive 89/336 CEE, 73/23 CEE, 93/68 CEE.
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.
AD68-00970T
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Contents
Notes and Safety Instructions ...............................................5
Getting to Know Your Camcorder ........................................7
Features .....................................................................................................................................7
Accessories Supplied with Camcorder......................................................................................8
Front & Left View .......................................................................................................................9
Left Side View ..........................................................................................................................10
Right & Top View......................................................................................................................11
Rear & Bottom View ................................................................................................................12
Remote Control (VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only) .........................................................13
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Preparation..........................................................................14
Using the Hand Strap & Lens Cover.......................................................................................14
Lithium Battery Installation.......................................................................................................15
Using the Lithium Ion Battery Pack.........................................................................................16
Connecting a Power Source....................................................................................................19
About the Operating Modes.....................................................................................................19
Using the QUICK MENU .........................................................................................................20
OSD (On Screen Display) in Camera/Player Modes .............................................................21
OSD (On Screen Display) in M.Cam/M.Player Modes (VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)...22
Turning the OSD (On Screen Display) On/Off .......................................................................22
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Initial Setting : System Menu Setting ..................................23
Setting the Clock (Clock Set)..................................................................................................23
Setting the Wireless Remote Control Acceptance (Remote)
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only) ....................................................................................24
Setting the Beep Sound (Beep Sound)..................................................................................25
Setting the Shutter Sound (Shutter Sound) (VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only) ............26
Selecting the OSD Language (Language) .............................................................................27
Viewing the Demonstration (Demonstration) ........................................................................28
Initial Setting : Display Menu Setting..................................29
Adjusting the LCD Screen (LCD Bright/ LCD Colour)..........................................................29
Displaying the Date/Time (Date/Time)....................................................................................30
Setting the TV Display (TV Display).......................................................................................31
Basic Recording...................................................................32
Using the Viewfinder................................................................................................................32
Inserting / Ejecting a Cassette.................................................................................................32
Various Recording Techniques ................................................................................................33
Making your First Recording....................................................................................................34
Recording with Ease for Beginners (EASY.Q Mode) .............................................................35
Reviewing and Searching when Recording (REC SEARCH) ................................................36
Searching a quickly for a desired scene (Setting the Zero Memory)
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only) ....................................................................................37
Self Record using the Remote Control (Setting the Self Timer)
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only) ....................................................................................38
Zooming In and Out.................................................................................................................39
Using the Tele Macro ...............................................................................................................39
Using the Fade In and Out ......................................................................................................40
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OSD
(Language) .............................................................................................................27
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LCD
/
TV
(LCD
/ LCD
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ZERO MEMORY) (
VPD363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i))..........................................................................................................37
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Using Back Light Compensation Mode (BLC)........................................................................41
Using the COLOR NITE (COLOUR NITE) .............................................................................42
Using the LIGHT (VP-D364W(i)/D365W(i) only).....................................................................43
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VP-D364W(i)/D365W(i))......................................................................................43
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Advanced Recording ...........................................................44
Selecting the Record Mode & Audio Mode .............................................................................44
Cutting Off Wind Noise (WindCut Plus).................................................................................45
Selecting the Real Stereo........................................................................................................46
Setting the Shutter Speed & Exposure ...................................................................................47
Auto Focus / Manual Focus.....................................................................................................48
Programmed Automatic Exposure Modes (Program AE)......................................................49
Setting the White Balance .......................................................................................................51
Applying Visual Effects ............................................................................................................52
Setting the 16:9 Wide ..............................................................................................................54
Setting the Digital Image Stabilizer (DIS)................................................................................55
Zooming In and Out with Digital Zoom (Digital Zoom)..........................................................56
Still Image Recording...............................................................................................................57
Searching for a still image ................................................................................................57
Playback ..............................................................................58
Playing Back a Tape You have recorded on the LCD Screen................................................58
Various Functions while in Player Mode .................................................................................59
Zooming during Playback (PB ZOOM) ...................................................................................61
Audio Dubbing (VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)...........................................................62
Dubbed Audio Playback...........................................................................................................63
Tape Playback..........................................................................................................................64
Audio Effect..............................................................................................................................66
Setting the AV In/Out (VP-D361i/D361Wi/D362i/D363i/D364Wi/D365Wi only) .....................67
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VP-D361i/D361Wi/D362i/D363i/D364Wi/D365Wi) ............................67
Digital Still Camera Mode (VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)....68
Using the Memory Card (Usable Memory Card) (not supplied).........................................68
Memory Card Functions...................................................................................................68
Inserting a Memory Card..................................................................................................68
Ejecting a Memory Card ..................................................................................................68
Structure of Folders and Files on the Memory Card...............................................................69
Selecting the Memory Type (VP-D365W(i) only) ....................................................................70
Selecting the Photo Quality .....................................................................................................71
Setting the File Number...........................................................................................................72
Taking a Photo Image (JPEG) on the Memory Card..............................................................73
Viewing Photo Images (JPEG)................................................................................................74
To view a Single Image....................................................................................................74
To view a Slide Show ......................................................................................................74
To view the Multi Display ................................................................................................74
Protection from accidental Erasure .........................................................................................75
Deleting Photo Images and Moving Images...........................................................................76
Formatting the Memory Card...................................................................................................78
Recording Moving Images (MPEG) on the Memory Card......................................................79
Playing Moving Images (MPEG) on the Memory Card (M.Play Select) ...............................80
Recording a Moving Image from a Cassette as a Photo Image ............................................81
Copying Still Images from a Cassette to Memory Card (Photo Copy) .................................82
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Copies Files from the Memory Card to the Built-in Memory (Copy to) (VP-D365W(i) only) ...83
Marking Images for Printing (Print Mark) ...............................................................................84
Removing the Print Mark .................................................................................................84
PictBridgeTM (VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only).........85
Printing Your Pictures – Using the PictBridgeTM ......................................................................85
Connecting To a Printer....................................................................................................85
Selecting Images..............................................................................................................86
Setting the Number of Prints ............................................................................................86
Setting the Date/Time Imprint Option ...............................................................................86
Printing Images................................................................................................................86
Canceling the Printing......................................................................................................86
IEEE 1394 Data Transfer......................................................87
PictBridgeTM
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IEEE 1394
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Transferring IEEE1394 (i.LINK)-DV Standard Data Connections
(VP-D361i/D361Wi/D362i/D363i/D364Wi/D365Wi only) ........................................................87
Connecting to a DV Device (DVD Recorder, Camcorder, etc). ...........................................87
Connecting to a PC ..........................................................................................................87
System Requirements.......................................................................................................87
Recording with a DV Connection Cable............................................................................88
IEEE1394 (i.LINK)-DV
(
VP-D361i/D361Wi/D362i/D363i/D364Wi/D365Wi)
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DV
(DVD
,
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PC .................................................................................................................................87
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DV
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USB Interface (VP-D362(i)/D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only) ....89
USB
Using USB Interface (VP-D362(i)/D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only).....................................89
Transferring a Digital Image through a USB Connection....................................................89
USB Connection Speed depending on the System..............................................................89
System Requirements.......................................................................................................89
Selecting the USB Device (USB Connect) (VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)..............90
Installing DV Media PRO Program..........................................................................................91
Connecting to a PC..................................................................................................................92
Disconnecting the USB Cable...........................................................................................92
Using the PC Camera Function.........................................................................................93
Using the USB Streaming Function ..................................................................................94
Using the removable Disk Function (VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)......................94
Maintenance........................................................................95
After Finishing a Recording .....................................................................................................95
Usable Cassette Tapes............................................................................................................95
Cleaning and Maintaining the Camcorder...............................................................................96
Using Your Camcorder Abroad................................................................................................97
Troubleshooting...................................................................98
Troubleshooting........................................................................................................................98
Self Diagnosis Display .....................................................................................................98
Self Diagnosis Display in M.Cam/M.Player Modes (VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only) ...99
Setting menu items ................................................................................................................101
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USB
VP-D362(i)/D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i)) .....89
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VP-D362(i)/D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i)) .................................................89
USB
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USB
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USB
(USB
)(
VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i)) ..........................................90
DV Media PRO
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USB ..............................................................................................................................92
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Specifications ................................................................... 103
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Index ................................................................................ 104
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Notes and Safety Instructions
Notes regarding the Rotation of the LCD Screen
Please rotate the LCD Screen carefully as
180 degrees (max.)
illustrated.
Over rotation may cause damage to the inside
of the hinge that connects the LCD Screen to
the Camcorder.
1. Open the LCD Screen 90 degrees to the
LCD Open Knob
Camcorder with your finger.
2. Rotate it to the best angle to record or play.
■ If you rotate the LCD Screen 180
degrees to the lens side, you can close
the LCD Screen with it facing out.
■ This is convenient during playback operations.
[Note]
Refer to page 29 to adjust brightness and colour of the LCD Screen.
90 degrees
to the Camcorder
1.
2.
90
.
■
LCD
LCD
180
■
90 degrees (max.)
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Notes regarding the LCD Screen, Viewfinder, Lens
1. Direct sunlight can damage the LCD
Screen, the inside of the Viewfinder or
the Lens.
Take pictures of the sun only in low light
conditions, such as at dusk.
2. The LCD Screen has been manufactured
using high precision technology.
However, there may be tiny dots (red,
blue or green in colour) that appear on the LCD Screen. These dots
are normal and do not affect the recorded picture in any way.
3. Do not pick up the Camcorder by holding the Viewfinder, LCD Screen
or Battery Pack.
4. Applying excessive force to the Viewfinder may damage it.
1.
2.
3.
MENU
COLOR
NITE
4.
Notes regarding the Video Head Cleaning
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To ensure normal recording and a clear picture, clean the video
heads regularly.
If a square block-shape distorts playback, or only a blue screen is
displayed, the video heads may be dirty.
If this happens, clean the video heads with a dry type cleaning
cassette.
Do not use a wet-type cleaning cassette. It may damage the video
heads.
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Notes and Safety Instructions
Notes regarding Camcorder
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Do not leave the Camcorder exposed to high temperatures (above 60 °C or 140 °F).
For example, in a parked car in the sun or exposed to direct sunlight.
Do not let the Camcorder get wet. Keep the Camcorder away from rain, sea
water, and any other form of moisture.
If the Camcorder gets wet, it may get damaged. Sometimes a malfunction due to
exposure to liquids cannot be repaired.
A sudden rise in atmospheric temperature may cause condensation to form
inside the Camcorder.
- When you move the Camcorder from a cold location to a warm location (e.g.
from outside to inside during the winter.)
- When you move the Camcorder from a cool location to a hot location (e.g.
from inside to outside during the summer.)
If the
(DEW) protection feature is activated, leave the Camcorder for at least
two hours in a dry, warm room with the cassette compartment opened and the
Battery Pack removed.
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(DEW)
DVD
Servicing & Replacement Parts
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140
F)
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Notices regarding Copyright
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.
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.
C
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Television programmes, video tapes, DVD titles, films, and other programme
materials may be copyrighted.
Unauthorized copying of copyrighted material may be against the law.
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.
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Getting to Know Your Camcorder
Features
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Digital Data Transfer Function with IEEE1394
By incorporating the IEEE 1394 (i.LINK™: i.LINK is a serial data transfer protocol
and interconnectivity system, used to transmit DV data) high speed data
transport port, both moving and photo images can be transferred to a PC,
making it possible to produce or edit various images.
USB Interface for Digital Image Data Transfer
(VP-D362(i)/D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
You can transfer images to a PC using the USB interface without an add-on card.
PHOTO
The PHOTO function lets you capture an object as a still, while in <Camera
mode>.
1200x Digital Zoom
Allows you to magnify an image up to 1200 times its original size.
Audio Enhancement
Provides more powerful sound by added Real Stereo and Audio Effect functionalities.
Colour TFT LCD
A high-resolution colour TFT LCD gives you clean, sharp images as well as the
ability to review your recordings immediately. A high-resolution colour TFT LCD
of 230K pixels supports 16:9 aspect ratio of VP-D361W(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i).
Digital Image Stabilizer (DIS)
The DIS compensates for any handshake, reducing unstable images particularly
at high magnification.
Various Visual Effects
The Visual Effects allows you to give your films a special look by adding various
special effects.
Back Light Compensation (BLC)
The BLC function compensates for the bright background behind a subject you're
recording.
Program AE
The Program AE enables you to alter the shutter speed and aperture to suit the
type of scene/action to be filmed.
High Power Zoom Lens
Power Zoom lens allows users to magnify the subject clearly up to x33.
Digital Still Camera Function (VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
- Using Memory Card, you can easily record and playback standard photo
images.
- You can transfer standard photo images on the Memory Card to your PC
using the USB interface.
Moving Image Recording (VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
Moving image recording makes it possible to record video onto a Memory Card.
Multi Memory Card Slot (VP-D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
Multi Memory Card slot is able to use Memory Stick (Duo), Memory Stick PRO,
MMC and SD.
Built-in Memory (VP-D365W(i) only)
You can use digital still camera functions without a separate external Memory
Card, using the built-in memory installed in your Camcorder.
(VP-D365W(i): 32MB)
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IEEE1394
IEEE 1394 (i.LINKTM: i.LINK
)
,
PC ,
USB
(
VP-D362(i)/D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i))
USB
PC
■
<Camera mode> (
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)
.
1200x
1200
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TFT LCD
TFT LCD 23
VP-D361W(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i)
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16:9
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BLC
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USB
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VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i))
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PC
VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i))
VP-D364W(i)/D365W(i))
Memory Stick (Duo), Memory
Stick PRO, MMC and SD
(
VP-D365W(i))
(VP-D365W(i):32MB)
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Getting to Know Your Camcorder
Accessories Supplied with Camcorder
Make sure that the following basic accessories are supplied with your
digital video camera.
Basic Accessories
1. Lithium Ion Battery Pack
2. AC Power Adapter
(AA-E8 TYPE)
3. AC Cord
4. Multi Cable
5. Instruction Book
6. Lithium Battery for Remote
Control
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/
D365W(i) only) or Clock.
(TYPE: CR2025)
7. Remote Control
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)
/D365W(i) only)
8. USB Cable
(VP-D362(i)/D363(i)/
D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
9. Software CD
(VP-D362(i)/D363(i)/
D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
10.Lens Cover
11.Lens Cover Strap
1. Lithium Ion Battery Pack
2. AC Power Adapter
(AA-E8 TYPE)
3. AC Cord
1.
2.
4. Multi Cable
5. Instruction Book
6. Lithium Battery (CR2025)
3.
4.
5.
6.
7. Remote Control (VPD363(i)/D364W(i)/
D365W(i) only)
8. USB Cable (VPD362(i)/D363(i)/D364W(i)
/D365W(i) only)
(
VPD363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W
(i) )
.
(
: CR2025)
9. Software CD (VPD362(i)/D363(i)/D364W(i)/
D365W(i) only)
7.
10. Lens Cover
11. Lens Cover Strap
(
VPD363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W
(i))
8. USB
(
VPD362(i)/D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i))
9.
10.
11.
8
(AA-E8
)
CD (
VPD362(i)/D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i))
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Getting to Know Your Camcorder
Front & Left View
6. EASY.Q Button
7. Function Buttons
1. Lens
MF/AF
MULTI DISP.
2. LIGHT
(VP-D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
8. TFT LCD Screen
3. Remote Sensor
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)
/D365W(i) only)
4. TAPE EJECT
5. Internal MIC
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Lens
LIGHT ➥page 43 (VP-D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
Remote Sensor (VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
TAPE EJECT
Internal MIC
EASY.Q Button ➥page 35
Function Buttons
(
<Camera>
<M.Player> (VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
REV
œœ
√√
√√
FF
REC SEARCH +
FWD
PLAY/STILL
FADE
S.SHOW (SLIDE SHOW)
■
STOP
MF/AF
MULTI DISP. (MULTI DISPLAY)
8. TFT LCD Screen
43
VP-D364W(i)/D365W(i))
VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i)
4.
5.
6. EASY.Q
➥ 35
7.
REC SEARCH –
√/❙❙
➥
3.
REW
Button <Player>
œœ
1.
2.
<Player>
√/❙❙
■
8.
<Camera>
<M.Player>
VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i)
S.SHOW
MULTI DISP.
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Getting to Know Your Camcorder
Left Side View
1. DISPLAY
5. Viewfinder
MENU
COLO
R NITE
6. COLOR NITE
2. MACRO/PB ZOOM
LIGH
T
3. Speaker
LIGHT
(VP-D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
4. Mode Switch(MEMORY/ TAPE)
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/
D365W(i) only)
1. DISPLAY ➥page 21
1.
2. MACRO/PB ZOOM ➥page 39 / ➥page 61
2.
3. Speaker
3.
4. Mode Switch (MEMORY/ TAPE)
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
4.
5. Viewfinder
6. COLOR NITE ➥page 42
LIGHT (VP-D364W(i)/D365W(i) only) ➥page 43
10
➥ 21
➥ 39 ➥ 61
VPD363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i)
5.
6.
➥ 42
VP-D364W(i)/D365W(i) ➥ 43
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Getting to Know Your Camcorder
Right & Top View
1. Zoom Lever
(VOL/Menu Dial)
8. Jack Cover
2. PHOTO Button
9. Jacks
S
AV/
USB
DV
3. QUICK MENU Button
4. MENU Button
MIC
QU
MEICK
NU
PLAY
E
10. Cassette Door
R
ER
A
5. Start/Stop Button
C
AM
6. Power Switch
11. Hand Strap Hook
7. DC Jack
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
Zoom Lever (VOL/Menu Dial) Jacks
PHOTO Button ➥page 57
VPQUICK MENU Button
D361(i)
MENU Button
/D361W(i)
Start/Stop Button
VPPower Switch (CAMERA or
D362(i)/
PLAYER)
D363(i)/
DC Jack
D364W(i)/
Jack Cover
D365W(i)
Jacks
Cassette Door
Hand Strap Hook
External IEEE1394
MIC
Multi
Cable
External IEEE1394 USB Multi
MIC
Cable
1.
(
2.
➥ 57
3.
4.
5.
6.
7. DC
8.
9.
10.
11.
/
VPD361(i)
/D361W(i) MIC
VPD362(i)/
D363(i)/
D364W(i)/
D365W(i)
IEEE1394
IEEE1394 USB
MIC
11
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Getting to Know Your Camcorder
Rear & Bottom View
3. Memory Card Slot
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
QUICK
MENU
BATTERY
RELEASE
MENU
1. Lithium Battery Cover
CHG
2. Charging Indicator
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
4. Tripod Receptacle
Lithium Battery Cover
Charging Indicator
Memory Card Slot (VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
Tripod Receptacle
Battery Release
5. Battery Release
1.
2.
3.
VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i)
4.
Memory Card Slot (Usable Memory Card)
VP-D363(i)
SD/MMC
12
VP-D364W(i)/D365W(i)
Memory Stick
Memory Stick PRO
SD/MMC
VP-D363(i)
SD/MMC
VP-D364W(i)/D365W(i)
Memory Stick
Memory Stick PRO
SD/MMC
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Getting to Know Your Camcorder
Remote Control (VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
(
VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i))
18. DISPLAY
1. PHOTO
2. START/STOP
3. SELF TIMER
4. ZERO MEMORY
5. PHOTO SEARCH
6. A.DUB
7. √√ (FF)
8. œœ (REW)
9. √ (PLAY)
17. W/T (Zoom)
16. X2
15. DATE/TIME
14. SLOW(❙ √)
13. ❙❙ (STILL)
12. ■ (STOP)
11. F. ADV
√ (Direction)
10. œ ❙❙ / ❙❙√
1.
PHOTO Button ➥page 57
2.
START/STOP Button
3.
SELF TIMER Button
➥page 38
4.
ZERO MEMORY Button
➥page 37
5.
PHOTO SEARCH Button
6.
A.DUB Button ➥page 62
7.
√√ (FF) Button
8.
œœ (REW) Button
9.
√ (PLAY) Button
10. œ ❙❙ / ❙❙ √ (Direction)
Button ➥page 59
11. F. ADV Button ➥page 60
12. ■ (STOP) Button
13. ❙❙ (STILL) Button
14. SLOW ( ❙ √ ) Button
15. DATE/TIME Button
1.
➥
57
➥
38
11.
➥ 60
12. ■ (STOP)
2.
3.
➥
4.
13. ❙❙ (STILL)
14. SLOW ( ❙ √ )
37
5.
15.
➥
6.
16. X2 Button ➥page 60
7.
17. W/T (Zoom) Button
8.
œœ
(REW)
18. DISPLAY Button
9.
√
(PLAY)
√√
10.œ ❙❙
62
16. 2
(FF)
17.
18.
√
❙❙√
➥
➥
60
59
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Preparation
Using the Hand Strap & Lens Cover
It is very important to ensure that the Hand Strap has been correctly
adjusted before you begin your recording.
The Hand Strap enables you to:
- Hold the Camcorder in a stable, comfortable position.
- Press the [Zoom] and [Start/Stop] button without having to change
the position of your hand.
Hand Strap
1
2
3
Adjusting the Hand
Strap
1. Insert the Hand Strap into the
Hand Strap Hook on the front
side of the Camcorder and pull its end through
the hook.
2. Insert your hand into the Hand Strap and
adjust its length for your convenience.
3. Close the Hand Strap.
1.
1
2
2.
3.
Lens Cover
Attaching the Lens Cover
1. Hook up the Lens Cover with the Lens Cover
Strap as illustrated.
2. Hook up the Lens Cover Strap to the Hand
Strap, and adjust it following
the steps as described for the Hand Strap.
3. Close the Hand Strap.
Installing the Lens Cover after Operation
Press buttons on both sides of the Lens Cover, then
insert it to the Camcorder Lens.
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2
3
1.
2.
3.
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Preparation
Lithium Battery Installation
Lithium Battery Installation for the
Internal Clock
1. Remove the Battery Pack from the rear of
the Camcorder.
2. Open the Lithium Battery Cover on the rear
of the Camcorder.
3. Position the Lithium Battery in the Lithium
Battery Holder, with the positive ( )
terminal face up.
Be careful not to reverse the polarity of the Battery.
4. Close the Lithium Battery Cover.
QUICK
MENU
MENU
1.
2.
3.
CHG
Lithium Battery Installation for the
Remote Control (VP-D363(i)/
D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
1. Pull out the Lithium Battery Holder toward
the direction of the arrow
using instruments such as a pair of tweezers.
2. Position the Lithium Battery in the Lithium
Battery Holder, with the positive ( ) terminal face up.
3. Reinsert the Lithium Battery Holder.
Precaution regarding the Lithium Battery
1. The Lithium Battery maintains the clock function and preset contents
of the memory; even if the Battery Pack or AC Power adapter is
removed.
2. The Lithium Battery for the Camcorder lasts about 6 months under
normal operation from time of installation.
3. When the Lithium Battery becomes weak or dead, the date/time
indicator will display <00:00 1.JAN.2006> when you set the
<Date/Time> to <on>. When this occurs, replace the Lithium Battery
with a new one (type CR2025).
4. There is a danger of explosion if Battery is incorrectly replaced.
Replace only with the same or equivalent type.
Warning: Keep the Lithium Battery out of reach of children. Should
a battery be swallowed, consult a doctor immediately.
4.
VPD363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i)
1.
2.
3.
1.
2.
3.
6
00:00 1. 1,2006
4.
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Using the Lithium Ion Battery Pack
✤ Use SB-LSM80 or SB-LSM160 Battery Pack only.
✤ The Battery Pack may be charged a little at the time of purchase.
✤
✤
Charging the Lithium Ion Battery Pack
1. Turn the [Power] switch
Blinking time
Charging rate
to [Off].
1.
Once per second
Less than 50%
2. Attach the Battery Pack to Twice per second
50% ~ 75%
the Camcorder.
Three times per second
75% ~ 90%
2.
3. Connect the AC Power
Blinking stops and stays on 90% ~ 100%
3.
Adapter to an AC Cord
On for a second and
Error - Reset the Battery
and connect the AC Cord off for a second
Pack and the DC Cable
to a wall socket.
4. Connect the DC cable to the DC jack on the Camcorder. The charging
indicator will start to blink, showing that the Battery is charging.
5. Press and hold the DISPLAY button while charging and the
charging status will be displayed on the LCD for 7
seconds.
Battery info
■ As indicated the battery level is given as reference
Battery charged
data for the user, it is the approximate estimation. It
may differ from Battery capacity and temperature.
0%
50%
6. When the Battery is fully charged, disconnect the Battery
Pack and the AC Power Adapter from the Camcorder.
Even with the Power switched Off, the Battery Pack will
still discharge.
Charging, Recording Times based on Model and Battery
Type.
✤ If you close the LCD
Recording time
Time
Charging
Screen, it switches off Battery
time
LCD On Viewfinder On
and the Viewfinder
Approx.
SB-LSM80
Approx.
switches on
Approx.
1hr 30min
1hr 20min
1hr 20min
automatically.
✤ The continuous
Approx.
Approx.
Approx.
recording times given SB-LSM160
3hr
(Option)
2hr 40min
3hr
in the table
to the right are approximations.
Actual recording time depends on usage.
✤ The continuous recording times in the operating instructions are measured
using a fully charged Battery Pack at 77 °F (25 °C).
✤ Even when the Power switched Off, the Battery Pack will still discharge if it
is left attached to the device.
16
SB-LSM80
SB-LSM160
50%
50% ~ 75%
75% ~ 90%
90% ~ 100%
[Power]
[Off]
4.
5.
100%
✤
LCD
LCD
✤
LCD
SB-LSM80
1
✤
77
F (25
✤
C)
SB-LSM160
20
3
1
2
20
40
1
30
3
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Preparation
The amount of continuous recording time available depends on;
- The type and capacity of the Battery Pack you are using.
- Ambient temperature.
- How often the Zoom function is used.
- Type of use (Camcorder/Camera/With LCD Screen etc.).
It is recommended that you have several batteries available.
LCD
Battery Level Display
The battery level display indicates the amount of power
remaining in the Battery Pack.
a. Fully charged
b. 20~40% used
c. 40~80% used
d. 80~95% used
e. Completely used (Blinking)
(The Camcorder will turn off soon, change the
battery as soon as possible.)
a.
c.
e.
b.
40~80% d.
20~40%
80~95%
(Blinking)
Battery Pack Management
■
■
■
■
■
The Battery Pack should be recharged in an environment between
32 °F (0 °C) and 104 °F (40 °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 of time, even when it is fully recharged.
Do not put the Battery Pack near any heat source (i.e. fire or a
heater).
Do not disassemble, apply pressure to or heat the Battery Pack.
Do not allow the + and – terminals of the Battery Pack to be shortcircuited. It may cause leakage, heat generation, induce overheating
or fire.
■
32
F (40
F (0
C)
104
C)
■
32
32
F (0 C)
F (0 C)
104
F (40
C)
■
■
■
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Preparation
Notes regarding the Battery Pack
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
Please refer to the Table on page 16 for approximate continuous
recording time.
The recording time is affected by temperature and environmental
conditions.
The recording time shortens dramatically in a cold environment. As
the environmental temperature and conditions vary.
The continuous recording times in the operating instructions are
measured using a fully charged Battery Pack at 77 °F (25 °C). The
remaining battery time may differ from the approximate continuous
recording times given in the instructions.
It is recommended to use original Battery Pack that is available at
SAMSUNG service centre.
When the Battery reaches the end of its life, please contact your local
dealer.
The batteries have to be dealt with as chemical waste.
Make sure that the Battery Pack is fully charged before starting to
record.
A brand new Battery Pack is not charged. Before using the Battery
Pack, you need to charge it completely.
Fully discharging a Lithium Ion Battery damages the internal cells.
The Battery Pack may be prone to leakage when fully discharged.
To preserve battery power, keep your Camcorder turned off when you
are not operating it.
If your Camcorder is in <Camera> mode, and it is left in <STBY>
mode without being operated for more than 5 minutes with a tape
inserted, it will automatically turn itself off to protect against
unnecessary battery discharge.
Make sure that the Battery Pack is fitted firmly into place.
Do not drop the Battery Pack. Dropping the Battery Pack may
damage it.
18
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
<Camera>
<STBY>
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Preparation
Connecting a Power Source
✤ There are two types of power source that can be connected to your
Camcorder.
- The AC Power adapter and AC Cord: used for indoor recording.
- The Battery Pack: used for outdoor recording.
Using a Household Power Source
Connect to a house hold power source to use
the Camcorder without worrying about the
battery power. You can keep the Battery Pack
attached; the battery power will not be
consumed.
✤
QU
MEICK
NU
PLAY
E
ME
RA
R
CA
1.
Power Switch
1. Turn the [Power] switch to [OFF].
2. Connect the AC Power adapter (AA-E8
Type) to the AC Cord.
3. Connect the AC Cord to a wall socket.
The plug and wall socket type may differ
according to your resident country.
4. Connect the DC cable to the DC jack of the Camcorder.
5. Set the Camcorder to each mode by holding down the tab on the
[Power] switch and turning it to the [CAMERA] or [PLAYER] mode.
[Power]
[OFF]
2.
AA-E8
3.
4.
5.
[Power]
[PLAYER]
[CAMERA]
About the Operating Modes
[Mode] Switch
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)
/D365W(i) only)
[Note]
■ The <M.Cam> and the <M.Player> Modes are only enabled on VPD363(i)/ D364W(i)/ D365W(i).
CAM
CAM
A
ER
A
ER
CAM
A
ER
ER
A
A
ER
A
ER
CAM
ER
CAM
PLA
Y
ER
ER
ER
ER
ER
CAM
PLA
Y
[Power]
[Power] Switch
CAM
<M.Cam Mode> <M.Player Mode>
ER
PLA
Y
PLA
Y
<Player Mode>
PLA
Y
PLA
Y
ER
PLA
Y
PLA
Y
<Camera Mode>
<M.Player
Mode>
[Mode]
A
<M.Cam
Mode>
[Mode]
[Power]
ER
<Player
Mode>
<Camera
Mode>
[Power]
A
Mode Name
✤
✤
ER
✤ The operating modes are determined by the position of the [Power]
switch and the [Mode] switch.
✤ Set the Operation Mode by adjusting [Power] switch and [Mode]
switch before operating any functions.
CAM
[Mode]
VPD363(i)/D364W(i)
/D365W(i)
■
<M.Cam>
<M.Player>
VP-D363(i)/ D364W(i)/ D365W(i)
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Preparation
Using the QUICK MENU
œ
✤ QUICK MENU is used to access Camcorder functions by using the
✤
[QUICK MENU]
[QUICK MENU] button.
✤
[MENU]
✤ QUICK MENU provides easier access to frequently used menus without
✤
using the [MENU] button.
✤ Functions available using the QUICK MENU are as below:
Camera Mode
1
0:00:10
STBY SP
■
<DIS> (
) ➥ 55
■ Setting the Digital Image Stabilizer (DIS) ➥page 55
60min
■
DIS
<Program AE> (
)➥
■ Programmed Automatic Exposure Modes (Program AE)
Off
Program AE
49
➥page 49
16:9
Wide
■
■ Setting the 16:9 Wide ➥page 54
16:9
<16:9 Wide>(
➥ 54
White Balance
■
■ Setting the White Balance (White Balance) ➥page 51
<White Balance> (
) ➥ 51
Shutter
■ Setting the Shutter Speed (Shutter)- Only can be
■
<Shutter> (
)Exposure
operated by using the QUICK MENU ➥page 47
➥ 47
BLC
■ Setting the Exposure (Exposure)- Only can be operated
■
<Exposure> (
)by using the QUICK MENU ➥page 47
Q.MENU Exit
➥ 47
■ Setting the Back Light Compensation (BLC) ➥page 41
■
<BLC>(
) ➥ 41
M.Cam Mode
2
0:00:10
STBY SP
■ Setting the Memory Type (Memory Type) ➥page 70
■
<Memory Type> (
) ➥ 70
60min
DIS
■ Setting the White Balance (White Balance) ➥page 51
Program AE
■ Setting the Photo Quality (Photo Quality) ➥page 71
■
<White
Balance>
(
)
➥
51
16:9 Wide
…
■ Setting the Exposure (Exposure)- Only can be operated
■
<Photo Quality> (
) ➥ 71
Auto
White Balance
A
by using the QUICK MENU ➥page 47
■
†
<Exposure> (
)Shutter
■ Setting the Back Light Compensation (BLC) ➥page 41
➥ 47
Exposure
■
M.Player Mode
<BLC>(
) ➥ 41
BLC
■ Setting the Memory Type (Memory Type) ➥page 70
Q.MENU Exit
■ Playing Moving Images (MPEG) on the Memory Card (M.
■
<Memory Type> (
) ➥ 70
Play Select) ➥page 80
■ Deleting Photo Images and Moving Images (Delete) 4
0:00:10
STBY SP
■
(MPEG)
<M.
Play
➥page 76
60min
Select> (
) ➥ 80
■ Protection from accidental Erasure (Protect) ➥page 75
■
<Delete> (
) ➥ 76
■ Marking Images for Printing (Print Mark) ➥page 84
■
<Protect> (
) ➥ 75
For example: Setting the White Balance
■
<Print Mark> (
) ➥ 84
1. Press the [QUICK MENU] button.
:
The quick menu list will appear.
2. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
1.
[QUICK MENU] .
<White Balance>, then press the [OK] button.
2.
[Zoom]
<White Balance> (
3. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select desired
),
[OK]
mode (Auto, Indoor, Outdoor or Custom WB), then
<When the Outdoor option was selected> 3.
[Zoom]
<Auto, Indoor,
press the [OK] button.
Outdoor or Custom WB> (
,
,
4. To exit, press the [QUICK MENU] button.
),
[OK]
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4.
[QUICK MENU]
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Preparation
OSD (On Screen Display) in Camera/Player Modes
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
OSD
Battery Level ➥page 17
1.
➥ 17
OSD in Camera Mode
2.
➥ 52
Visual Effects Mode ➥page 52
3.
➥
35
EASY.Q ➥page 35
27 26 25 24 23 22
4.
➥
55
DIS ➥page 55
5.
➥ 49
Program AE ➥page 49
1
21
0:00:11
STBY SP
6.
➥
51
Art
White Balance Mode ➥page 51
2
10Sec
14min
20
7.
➥ 47
3
Shutter Speed ➥page 47
19
16BIt
8.
➥ 47
4
Exposure ➥page 47
18
9.
➥ 48
5
Manual Focus ➥page 48
17
No Tape !
6
10.
➥ 30
Date/Time ➥page 30
16
7
11.
➥ 39
S. 1/50
15
Zoom Position ➥page 39
8
12.
➥
42
[29]
14
COLOR NITE ➥pages 42
9
13.
➥ 92
13
USB ➥page 92 (VP-D362(i)/D363(i)/
VP-D362(i)/D363(i)/D364W(i)/
00:00 1.JAN.2006
12
Color N.1/25
10
D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
D365W(i))
W
T
14.
➥ 24
VP11
Remote ➥page 24
9
D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i)
…
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
7
S. 1/50 †
15.
➥
45
WindCut Plus ➥page 45
…
8
[29] †
➥
16.
BLC (Back Light Compensation) ➥page 41
17.
➥ 43
LIGHT ➥page 43
VP-D364W(i)/D365W(i)
OSD in Player Mode
(VP-D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
18.
➥ 46
Real Stereo ➥page 46
19.
➥ 44
Audio Mode ➥page 44
35
20.
Remaining Tape (measured in minutes)
Tape Counter
√ SP 0:00:00:10
21.
Zero Memory ➥page 37
28
22.
➥ 37
Sound[2]
14min
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
16BIt
VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i)
29
Record Speed Mode ➥page 44
23.
➥
44
30
24.
Operating Mode
No
Tape
!
31
25.
➥ 38
Self Timer ➥page 38
VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i)
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
34
AV In
…
26.
[10] †
32
Photo image
27.
➥ 39
33
Tele Macro ➥page 39
00:00 1.JAN.2006
28.
➥ 63
Dubbed Audio Playback ➥page 63
29.
➥
6
DEW ➥page 6
30.
➥ 98
Warning Indicator ➥page 98
31.
➥ 98
Message Line ➥page 98
32.
➥
58
Volume Control ➥page 58
33.
VP-D361i/D361Wi/D362i/
DV IN (DV data transfer mode)
D363i/D364Wi/D365Wi ➥ 87
(VP-D361i/D361Wi/D362i/ D363i/D364Wi/D365Wi) ➥page 87
34.
➥ 67
VP-D361i/D361Wi/D362i/D363i/D364Wi/
AV IN ➥page 67 (VP-D361i/D361Wi/D362i/D363i/D364Wi/D365Wi)
D365Wi
35.
➥
62
VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i)
Audio Dubbing ➥page 62 (VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
21
S
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Preparation
OSD (On Screen Display) in M.Cam/M.Player Modes
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
1. Photo Quality
➥page 71
2. CARD (Memory
Card) Indicator
3. Image Counter (Total
number of
recordable photo
images)
4. Image Recording
and Loading
Indicator
5. Erase Protection
Indicator ➥page 75
6. Print Mark ➥page 84
7. Folder Number-File
Number ➥page 72
8. JPEG Image Size
9. Slide Show ➥page 74
/
OSD (
VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) )
(
OSD in M.Cam Mode
4
3
46
3 min
9
2
2/46
800X600
Slide
71
2.
3.
8
4.
No Memory Card !
No Memory Card !
➥
5.
1
5
[29]
00:00 1.JAN.2006
W
75
001
6
100-0002
[29]
84
➥
72
8. JPEG
9.
➥
74
7
7.
T
†
➥
6.
00:00 1.JAN.2006
…
Turning the OSD (On Screen Display) On/Off
OSD (
Turning OSD On/Off
OSD
Press the [DISPLAY] button on the left side control panel.
■ Each press of the button toggles the OSD function on and off.
■ When you turn the OSD off,
- In <Camera Mode>: The STBY, REC modes are always
displayed on the screen, even when the OSD is turned off.
- In <Player Mode>: When you press any Function Button, it is
displayed on the OSD for 3 seconds before it turns off.
■
■
)
[DISPLAY]
OSD
OSD
<Camera Mode>
<Player Mode>
Turning the Date/Time On/Off
To turn the Date/Time on or off, access the menu and change the
<Date/Time> mode. ➥page 30
22
➥
1.
OSD in M.Player Mode
)
<Date/Time>
➥ 30
ENGLISH
Initial Setting : System Menu Setting
Setting the Clock (Clock Set)
✤ Clock setup works in <Camera>/<Player>/<M.Cam>/<M.Player>
modes. ➥page 19
✤ The Date/Time is automatically recorded onto a tape. Before
recording, please set the <Date/Time>. ➥page 30
✤
<Camera>/<Player>/<M.Cam>/<M.Player> (
/
/
)
➥ 19
✤
<Date/Time> <
1. Set the [Power] switch to [CAMERA] or
4
[PLAYER].
2. Set the [Mode] switch to [TAPE] or [MEMORY].
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
3. Press the [MENU] button.
■ The menu list will appear.
4. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
<System>, then press the [OK] button.
5. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
<Clock Set>, then press the [OK] button.
■ The year will highlight first.
5
6. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to set
current <Year>, then press the [OK] button.
■ The month will be highlighted.
7. You can set the month, day, hour and minute
following the same procedure after setting the year.
8. Press the [OK] button after setting the minutes.
■ A message <Complete !> is displayed.
■ To adjust the clock, select the Year, Month,
Day, Hour or Min by pressing the [OK]
8
button, then move the [Zoom] lever to the up
or down to set respective values.
9. To exit, press the [MENU] button.
Camera Mode
√System
Clock Set
Remote
Beep Sound
Language
Demonstration
1.
√On
√On
√English
√On
> ➥
/
[Power]
[PLAYER]
2.
/
30
[CAMERA]
[Mode]
[TAPE] [MEMORY]
VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i)
3.
[MENU]
■
ZOOM
Move
OK
Select
Exit
MENU
4.
Camera Mode
Back
Clock Set
Remote
Beep Sound
Language
Demonstration
[Zoom]
[OK]
5.
[Zoom]
)
…
1 JAN 2006
)
<Clock Set> (
[OK]
■
†
00 : 00
<System> (
6.
[Zoom]
[OK]
■
ZOOM
Adjust
OK
Select
MENU
Exit
7.
8.
[ Notes ]
■ After the Lithium Battery loses its charge (after
about 6 months), the date/time appears on the
ZOOM Move
screen as <00:00 1.JAN.2006>.
■ You can set the year up to 2037.
■ If the Lithium Battery is not installed, any input data will not be
backed up.
OK
[OK]
<Complete !> (
■
Camera Mode
Back
Clock Set
Remote
Beep Sound
Language
Demonstration
!)
■
1 JAN 2006
[Zoom]
00 : 00
9.
Complete !
Select
MENU
Exit
■
■
[MENU]
6
1. JAN,2006> (00:00 1. 1,2006)
2037
<00:00
■
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Initial Setting : System Menu Setting
Setting the Wireless Remote Control Acceptance
(Remote) (VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
(
VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/
D365W(i))
✤ The Remote function works in
<Camera>/<Player>/<M.Cam>/<M.Player> modes. ➥page 19
✤ The Remote function allows you to enable or disable the remote
control for use with the Camcorder.
✤
<Camera>/<Player>/<M.Cam>/<M.Player> (
/
/
)
➥ 19
✤
/
PLAY
E
R
1.
[Power]
[PLAYER]
[CAMERA]
2.
[Mode]
[MEMORY]
[TAPE]
RA
1
ME
1. Set the [Power] switch to [CAMERA] or [PLAYER].
CA
2. Set the [Mode] switch to [TAPE] or [MEMORY].
PLA
Y
ER
ER
A
3. Press the [MENU] button.
■ The menu list will appear.
CA M
3.
4. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
<System>, then press the [OK] button.
5. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
<Remote>, then press the [OK] button.
4
6. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select <On>
or <Off>, then press the [OK] button.
7. To exit, press the [MENU] button.
Camera Mode
√System
Clock Set
Remote
Beep Sound
Language
Demonstration
ZOOM
6
[ Note ]
If you set the <Remote> to <Off> in the menu and try
to use it, the remote control icon (
) will blink for 3
seconds on the LCD Screen and then disappear.
Move
OK
Camera Mode
Back
Clock Set
Remote
Beep Sound
Language
Demonstration
ZOOM
24
[MENU]
■
Move
OK
√On
√On
√English
√On
Select
MENU
Exit
4.
[Zoom]
[OK]
<System> (
)
5.
[Zoom]
[OK]
<Remote> (
)
6.
<Off> (
7.
Off
On
Select
[Zoom]
),
Exit
)
[MENU]
<Remote> (
MENU
<On> (
[OK]
)
<Off> (
LCD
3
)
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Initial Setting : System Menu Setting
Setting the Beep Sound (Beep Sound)
(
✤ The Beep Sound function works in
<Camera>/<Player>/<M.Cam>/<M.Player> modes. ➥page 19
✤ You can turn the Beep Sound on or off, when on, each press of a
button sounds a beep.
)
<Camera>/<Player>/<M.Cam>/<M.Player> (
/
/
)
➥ 19
✤
PLAY
E
1
ME
RA
[Power]
[PLAYER]
CA
2. Set the [Mode] switch to [TAPE] or [MEMORY].
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
[CAMERA]
PLA
Y
ER
[Mode]
[TAPE] [MEMORY]
VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i)
ER
A
3. Press the [MENU] button.
■ The menu list will appear.
4. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
<System>, then press the [OK] button.
/
R
1. Set the [Power] switch to [CAMERA] or [PLAYER].
✤
CA M
3.
[MENU]
■
4
5. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
<Beep Sound>, then press the [OK] button.
6. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select <On>
or <Off>, then press the [OK] button.
Camera Mode
√System
Clock Set
Remote
Beep Sound
Language
Demonstration
ZOOM
7. To exit, press the [MENU] button.
Move
OK
4.
√On
√On
√English
√On
Select
MENU
[Zoom]
[OK]
5.
[Zoom]
(
Exit
)
6.
<Off> (
6
Camera Mode
Back
Clock Set
Remote
Beep Sound
Language
Demonstration
ZOOM
Move
OK
7.
<System> (
)
<Beep Sound>
[OK]
[Zoom]
)
<On> <
[OK]
>
[MENU]
Off
On
Select
MENU
Exit
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Initial Setting : System Menu Setting
( VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i))
Setting the Shutter Sound (Shutter Sound)
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
✤
✤ The Shutter Sound function works in both <Player> and <M.Cam>
modes. ➥page 19
✤ You can turn the Shutter Sound on or off, when on, with each press
of the [PHOTO] button the Shutter will sound.
<Player> (
✤
R
[MENU]
ME
A
ER
■
Player Mode
√System
Clock Set
Remote
Beep Sound
Shutter Sound
Language
ZOOM
Move
OK
4.
√On
√On
√On
√English
Select
MENU
[Zoom]
[OK]
5.
Player Mode
Back
Clock Set
Remote
Beep Sound
Shutter Sound
Language
>
Move
OK
<Off> (
7.
Off
On
Select
MENU
Exit
<System> (
[Zoom]
<
Exit
6.
6
ZOOM
26
[Power]
[CAMERA]
[Mode]
[MEMORY]
[Power]
[PLAYER]
[Mode]
[TAPE]
ER
6. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select <On>
or <Off>, then press the [OK] button.
7. To exit, press the [MENU] button.
2.
3.
5. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
<Shutter Sound>, then press the [OK] button.
[CAMERA]
CA
CA M
4. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
<System>, then press the [OK] button.
)
[Power]
[PLAYER]
PLA
Y
4
<M.Cam> (
19
1.
RA
1
2. If the [Power] switch is set to [CAMERA], set the
[Mode] switch to [MEMORY].
If the [Power] switch is set to [PLAYER], set the
[Mode] switch to [TAPE].
3. Press the [MENU] button.
■ The menu list will appear.
)
[PHOTO]
PLAY
E
1. Set the [Power] switch to [CAMERA] or [PLAYER].
➥
)
<Shutter Sound>
[OK]
[Zoom]
)
[MENU]
<On> (
[OK]
)
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Initial Setting : System Menu Setting
Selecting the OSD Language (Language)
OSD
✤ The Language function works in
<Camera>/<Player>/<M.Cam>/<M.Player> modes. ➥page 19
✤ You can select the desired language to display the menu screen and
the messages.
(Language)
<Camera>/<Player>/<M.Cam>/<M.Player> (
/
/
)
➥ 19
✤
PLAY
E
1
[Power]
[PLAYER]
[CAMERA]
2.
[Mode]
[TAPE]
[MEMORY]
(
VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i))
ME
2. Set the [Mode] switch to [TAPE] or [MEMORY].
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
PLA
Y
3. Press the [MENU] button.
■ The menu list will appear.
CA M
CA
ER
A
ER
4. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
<System>, then press the [OK] button.
/
1.
RA
R
1. Set the [Power] switch to [CAMERA] or [PLAYER].
✤
3.
[MENU]
■
4
5. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
<Language>, then press the [OK] button.
■ The available language options are listed.
6. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select desired
OSD language, then press the [OK] button.
■ The OSD language is refreshed in selected
language.
Camera Mode
√System
Clock Set
Remote
Beep Sound
Language
Demonstration
ZOOM
Move
OK
√On
√On
√English
√On
Select
MENU
4.
[Zoom]
[OK]
5.
[Zoom]
[OK]
),
<Language>
■
Exit
6.
[Zoom]
[OK]
7. To exit, press the [MENU] button.
■
7.
<System> (
OSD
OSD
[MENU]
[ Note ]
The word <Language> in the menu is always indicated in English.
■
<Language>
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Initial Setting : System Menu Setting
Viewing the Demonstration (Demonstration)
[ Notes ]
■ The Demonstration function is automatically
activated when the Camcorder is left idle for
7
more than 10 minutes after switching to the
<Camera> mode (no tape is inserted in the
Camcorder).
■ If you press other buttons (FADE, MF/AF, PHOTO,
EASY.Q) during the Demonstration mode, the
demonstration stops temporarily and resumes 10
minutes later if you do not operate any other
functions.
28
1
)
✤
RA
<Camera> (
➥ 19
ME
CA
PLA
Y
✤
➥
32
ER
4
1. Set the [Power] switch to [CAMERA].
2. Set the [Mode] switch to [TAPE].
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
3. Press the [MENU] button.
■ The menu list will appear.
4. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
<System>, then press the [OK] button.
5. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
<Demonstration>, then press the [OK] button. 6
6. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
<On>, then press the [OK] button.
7. Press the [MENU] button.
■ The Demonstration will begin.
8. To quit the Demonstration, press the [MENU] button.
(
PLAY
E
R
A
✤
ER
✤ The Demonstration function may only be used in the
<Camera> mode without a tape inserted in the
Camcorder. ➥page 19
✤ Before you begin: Make Sure that there is no tape
inserted in the Camcorder. ➥page 32
✤ Demonstration automatically shows you the major
functions that are included with your Camcorder so
that you may use them more easily.
✤ The Demonstration operates repeatedly until the
Demonstration mode switched Off.
CA M
✤
Camera Mode
√System
Clock Set
Remote
Beep Sound
Language
Demonstration
ZOOM Move
√On
√On
√English
√On
[Power]
[CAMERA]
[Mode]
[TAPE]
D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i)
3.
[MENU]
MENU Exit
[Zoom]
[OK]
5.
[Zoom]
<Demonstration> (
OK Select
<System> (
),
6.
),
[Zoom]
[OK]
[MENU]
7.
Off
On
VP-
■
4.
OK Select
Camera Mode
Back
Clock Set
Remote
Beep Sound
Language
Demonstration
ZOOM Move
1.
2.
[OK]
<On> (
),
■
MENU Exit
8.
[MENU]
SAMSUNG Camcorder is...
■
<Camera> (
10
)
■
Demonstration
PHOTO, EASY.Q) (
)
10
(FADE, MF/AF,
, MF/AF,
,
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Initial Setting : Display Menu Setting
Adjusting the LCD Screen (LCD Bright/ LCD Colour)
LCD
✤ Adjusting the LCD Screen works in
<Camera>/<Player>/<M.Cam>/<M.Player> modes. ➥page 19
✤ Your Camcorder is equipped with a 2.5 inch
(VP-D361(i)/D362(i)/D363(i)) / 2.7 inch wide (VP-D361W(i)/D364W(i)
/D365W(i)) colour Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) Screen, which
enables you to view what you are recording or playing back directly.
✤ Depending on the conditions under which you are using the
Camcorder (indoors or outdoors for example), you can adjust;
- <LCD Bright>
QU
MEICK
NU
- <LCD Colour>
1
RA
R
ME
1.
CA
R
[Power]
[PLAYER]
2.
ER
ER
A
[Mode]
[TAPE] [MEMORY]
VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i)
CA M
4. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
<Display>, then press the [OK] button.
A
ER
5. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select the item
you want to adjust (LCD Bright or LCD Colour),
then press the [OK] button.
6. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to adjust the
value of the selected item (LCD Bright or LCD
Colour), then press the [OK] button.
■ You can set values for <LCD Bright> and
<LCD Colour> between <0> ~ <35>.
3.
CA M
4
6
4.
)
√Off
√On
OK Select
[Zoom]
(LCD Bright or LCD Colour) LCD
LCD
6.
[Zoom]
(LCD Bright or LCD Colour) LCD
LCD
[OK]
■
<LCD Bright> (LCD
)
<LCD Colour> (LCD
<0> ~ <35>
[18]
■
Adjust
OK
Select
<Display> (
5.
7.
ZOOM
[Zoom]
[OK]
MENU Exit
Camera Mode
Back
LCD Bright
LCD Colour
Date/Time
TV Display
7. To exit, press the [MENU] button.
■ Adjusting the LCD Screen does not affect the
brightness and colour of the image to be recorded.
[MENU]
■
Camera Mode
√Display
LCD Bright
LCD Colour
Date/Time
TV Display
ZOOM Move
[CAMERA]
ER
ME
RA
PLA
Y
PLA
Y
3. Press the [MENU] button.
■ The menu list will appear.
)
PLAY
E
CA
2. Set the [Mode] switch to [TAPE] or [MEMORY].
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
/ LCD
<Camera>/<Player>/<M.Cam>/<M.Player> (
/
/
/
)
LCD
➥ 19
✤
2.5
(VP-D361(i)/D362(i)/D363(i)) / 2.7
(VP-D361W(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i)
(LCD)
✤
- <LCD Bright> <LCD
>
>
- <LCD Colour> <LCD
PLAY
E
1. Set the [Power] switch to [CAMERA] or [PLAYER].
(LCD
✤
MENU
)
[MENU]
LCD
Exit
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Initial Setting : Display Menu Setting
Displaying the Date/Time (Date/Time)
/
✤ The Date/Time function works in
<Camera>/<Player>/<M.Cam>/<M.Player> modes. ➥page 19
✤ The date and time are automatically recorded on a special data area
of the tape.
(
✤
PLAY
E
1
1.
RA
ME
2. Set the [Mode] switch to [TAPE] or [MEMORY].
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
/
[Power]
[PLAYER]
2.
PLA
Y
[CAMERA]
ER
[Mode]
[TAPE]
[MEMORY]
VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i)
ER
A
3.
CA M
[MENU]
■
4. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
<Display>, then press the [OK] button.
4.
4
6. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select the
display type of the Date/Time, then press the [OK]
button.
■ Display type of the Date/Time: <Off>, <Date>,
<Time>, <Date&Time>.
),
Camera Mode
√Display
LCD Bright
LCD Colour
Date/Time
TV Display
5.
/
√Off
√On
),
6.
[Zoom]
[OK]
<Display> (
[Zoom]
[OK]
<Date/Time>(
[Zoom]
[OK]
■
ZOOM
Move
OK
Select
MENU
6
[ Notes ]
The Date/Time will read <00:00 1.JAN.2006> in the
following conditions.
- During playback of a blank section of a tape.
- If the tape was recorded before setting the
<Date/Time> in the Camcorder.
- When the Lithium Battery becomes weak or dead.
■ Before you use the <Date/Time> function, you must
set the clock. ➥page 23
7.
Camera Mode
Back
LCD Bright
LCD Colour
Date/Time
TV Display
■
ZOOM
Move
OK
<Off>
<Date>
<Time>
<Date&Time>
Exit
7. To exit, press the [MENU] button.
■
Off
Date
Time
Date&Time
Select
■
➥
30
/
CA
3. Press the [MENU] button.
■ The menu list will appear.
5. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
<Date/Time>, then press the [OK] button.
)
<Camera>/<Player>/<M.Cam>/<M.Player> (
/
/
)
➥ 19
R
1. Set the [Power] switch to [CAMERA] or [PLAYER].
✤
MENU
<00:00
1.JAN.2006> (00:00 1. 1, 2006)
<Date&Time>
Exit
<Date&Time>
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Initial Setting : Display Menu Setting
Setting the TV Display (TV Display)
TV
✤ The TV Display function works in
<Camera>/<Player>/<M.Cam>/<M.Player> modes. ➥page 19
✤ You can select the output path of the OSD (On Screen Display).
- <Off>: The OSD appears in the LCD Screen and Viewfinder only.
- <On>: The OSD appears in the LCD Screen, Viewfinder and TV.
(Connecting to a TV ➥page 64, 65)
- Use the [DISPLAY] button to turn the OSD on/off on the LCD
Screen/Viewfinder/TV.
(TV
)
✤
<Camera>/<Player>/<M.Cam>/<M.Player> (
/
/
)
➥ 19
✤
OSD(On Screen Display)
<Off>
OSD
LCD
<On>
OSD
LCD
--> 64 65
[DISPLAY]
OSD
/
PLAY
E
ME
RA
R
1
CA
1. Set the [Power] switch to [CAMERA] or [PLAYER].
PLA
Y
1.
ER
ER
2.
4
5. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
<TV Display>, then press the [OK] button.
6. To activate TV Display function, move the [Zoom]
lever up or down to select <On> or <Off>, then
press the [OK] button.
[CAMERA]
CA M
3. Press the [MENU] button.
■ The menu list will appear.
4. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
<Display>, then press the [OK] button.
[Power]
[PLAYER]
A
2. Set the [Mode] switch to [TAPE] or [MEMORY].
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
Camera Mode
√Display
LCD Bright
LCD Colour
Date/Time
TV Display
ZOOM
Move
OK
[Mode]
[TAPE]
[MEMORY]
VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i)
3.
[MENU]
■
√Off
√On
Select
4.
),
MENU
Exit
5.
(TV
6
Camera Mode
Back
LCD Bright
LCD Colour
Date/Time
TV Display
7. To exit, press the [MENU] button.
ZOOM
Move
OK
[Zoom]
[OK]
[Zoom]
),
<Display> (
<TV Display>
[OK]
6.
<On>
Off
On
Select
7.
MENU
<Off> (
[Zoom]
)
[MENU]
Exit
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Basic Recording
Using the Viewfinder
✤ In the [PLAYER] mode, the Viewfinder will work when the LCD
Screen is closed.
✤ In the [CAMERA] mode, the Viewfinder will work
when the LCD Screen is closed or rotated
counterclockwise 180°.
✤
[PLAYER]
✤
Adjusting the Focus
The focus adjustment knob of the Viewfinder enables
individuals with vision problems to see clearer images.
1. Close the LCD Screen and pull out the Viewfinder.
2. Use the Focus adjustment Knob of the Viewfinder to
focus the picture.
[ Notes ]
■ Viewing the sun or any strong light source through
the Viewfinder for a prolonged period may be
harmful, or cause temporary impairment.
QU
MEICK
NU
32
LCD
LCD,
■
Inserting / Ejecting a Cassette
✤ When inserting a tape or closing the
cassette compartment, do not apply
1
excessive force.
As it may cause a malfunction.
✤ Do not use any tape other than Mini DV
cassettes.
1. Connect a power source and slide the
[TAPE EJECT] switch.
■ The cassette door opens
3
automatically.
2. Insert a tape into the cassette
compartment with the tape window facing
outward and the protection tab toward
the top. (Inserting a Cassette)
■ Remove the cassette tape, which is
automatically ejected by pulling the
cassette out. (Ejecting a Cassette)
3. Press the area marked [PUSH] on the cassette door until it clicks into
place.
■ The cassette is loaded automatically.
4. Close the cassette door.
1.
2.
LCD
[CAMERA]
/
2
✤
✤
DV
1.
4
[TAPE EJECT]
■
2.
■
3.
[PUSH]
■
4.
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Basic Recording
Various Recording Techniques
✤ In some situations different recording techniques may be required for
more dramatic results.
1. General recording.
1
✤
2
2. Downward recording.
Making a recording with a top
view of the LCD Screen.
1.
2.
DC IN
LCD
DC IN
3. Upward recording.
Making a recording viewing the
LCD Screen from below.
4. Self recording.
Making a recording viewing the
LCD Screen from the front.
3.
LCD
3
4
DC IN
5. Recording with the Viewfinder.
In circumstances where it is
difficult to use the LCD Screen,
the Viewfinder can be used as a
convenient alternative.
LCD
5.
LCD
DC IN
5
[ Note ]
Please rotate the LCD Screen
carefully as excessive rotation may
cause damage to the inside of the
hinge that connects the LCD Screen
to the Camcorder.
4.
LCD
DC IN
DC IN
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Basic Recording
Making your First Recording
1. Connect a power source to the
Camcorder. ➥page 19
(A Battery pack or a AC Power
adapter)
Insert a cassette. ➥page 32
32
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3. Set the [Power] switch to
[CAMERA].
■ Open the LCD Screen.
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■ Set the [Mode] switch to
[TAPE]. (VP-D363(i)/
D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
Make sure that <STBY> is
displayed.
■ If the write protection tab of
1
the cassette is open (set to
save), <STOP> and
<Protection!> will be displayed. Release the write protection tab
to record.
■ Make sure the image you want to record appears on the LCD
Screen or Viewfinder.
■ Make sure the Battery Level indicates that there is enough
remaining power for your expected recording time.
■ You can select a Record Mode of your choice. ➥page 44, 45, 46
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3.
3
√
[ Note ]
Detach the Battery Pack when you are finished recording
to prevent unnecessary battery power consumption.
K
PLAY
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[Power]
[CAMERA]
■
LCD
■
[Mode]
[TAPE].
VP-D363(i)/
D364W(i)/D365W(i)
<STBY> (
)
■
<STOP> (
■
)
<Protection!> (
!)
LCD
■
■
REC ●
SP
√
4. To start recording, press the [Start/Stop] button. 4
■ <REC●> is displayed on the LCD Screen.
To stop recording, press the [Start/Stop] button again.
■ <STBY> is displayed on the LCD Screen.
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ME
4
➥
1.
➥
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2. Remove the Lens Cover.
2
0:00:10
60min
4.
■
■
➥
44 45 46
[Start/Stop]
LCD
<REC●> (
[Start/Stop]
LCD
<STBY> <
)
>
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Basic Recording
Recording with Ease for Beginners (EASY.Q Mode)
(
✤ The EASY.Q function works only in <Camera> mode. ➥page 19
✤ The EASY.Q function allows a beginner to easily make good
recordings.
<Camera> <
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1.
2.
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■
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)
>
➥
19
[Power]
[CAMERA]
[Mode]
[TAPE]
VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i)
[EASY.Q]
3.
ER
1. Set the [Power] switch to [CAMERA].
2. Set the [Mode] switch to [TAPE].
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
3. By pressing the [EASY.Q] button, all functions on the
Camcorder will be set to off and the recording
settings will be set to the following basic modes:
■ The words <EASY.Q> and <DIS (
)> are
displayed at the same time.
4. Press the [Start/Stop] button to start recording.
■ Recording will begin using the basic automatic
settings.
5. Press the [EASY.Q] button again in the STBY mode
and then turn the EASY.Q mode off.
■ The EASY.Q function will not turn off while you are
recording.
■ The Camcorder will return to the settings that
were set prior to activating EASY.Q mode.
✤
✤
4.
<EASY.Q> (
( ))
[Start/Stop]
)
<DIS> (
■
3
5.
[EASY.Q]
■
■
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[ Notes ]
■ In EASY.Q mode, certain functions are not available,
such as Menu, BLC, Manual focus.
If you want to use these functions, you must first turn
the EASY.Q mode off.
■ The EASY.Q mode settings are deleted when the
Battery Pack is removed from the Camcorder and
must be reset when the Battery Pack is replaced.
■ Taking a still image using the [PHOTO] button while
EASY.Q is set releases DIS function.
■ Digital Zoom, COLOR NITE or Visual Effect is not
available in the EASY.Q mode.
■ 16:9 Wide is not available in the EASY.Q mode.
(VP-D361(i)/D362(i)/D363(i) only)
■ [PHOTO]button is not available when in 16:9 Wide mode and
EASY.Q is activated in 16:9 Wide mode.
(VP-D361W(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
LIGH
T
STBY
SP
0:00:10
60min
■
■
■
[PHOTO]
■
■
■
16:9 Wide
16:9
EASY.Q
VP-D361(i)/D362(i)/D363(i)
16:9 Wide 16:9
EASY.Q
16:9 Wide 16:9
[PHOTO]
VP-D361W(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i)
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Basic Recording
Reviewing and Searching when Recording (REC SEARCH)
✤ The REC SEARCH function works only in <Camera> mode.
➥page 19
✤ To be used to review previously recorded images or to find a point to
record a new image in the STBY mode.
,
✤
(
<Camera> <
✤
1. Set to STBY mode by pressing [Start/Stop] button.
(REC SEARCH)
[Start/Stop]
1.
2. [REC SEARCH -] enables you to play the recording
backwards and
[REC SEARCH +] enables you to play it forwards,
as long as you keep each button pressed down.
■ If you press the [REC SEARCH -] button in
STBY mode, your Camcorder will play
in reverse for 3 seconds and return to the
original position automatically.
2. [REC SEARCH -]
[REC SEARCH +]
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[ Note ]
■ Mosaic shaped distortion may appear on the screen
while in Record Search mode.
■ Pressing [Start/Stop] button after REC SEARCH
will overwrite the images recorded after that point.
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➥
19
Record Search (REC SEARCH)
When a cassette is loaded and the Camcorder is left in the STBY
mode for more than 5 minutes without being used,
it will switch off automatically.
To use it again, press the [Start/Stop] button or set the [Power]
switch to [Off] and then back to [CAMERA].
This auto power off feature is designed to save Battery power.
)
>
STBY(
)
SEARCH -]
[REC
■
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■
[Start/Stop]
LIGH
T
[Off]
[Start/Stop]
[CAMERA]
[Power]
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Basic Recording
✤
<Camera> (
✤
)
19
➥
<Player> (
)
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✤ The ZERO MEMORY function works in both <Camera> and
<Player> modes. ➥page 19
✤ You can mark a point on a tape that you want to return to following
playback.
1. Set the [Power] switch to [CAMERA] or [PLAYER].
1
2. Set the [Mode] switch to [TAPE].
3. Press the [ZERO MEMORY] button on the remote
control before the recording or during playback at the
point where you wish to return.
■ The time code is changed to a tape counter that
is set to ZERO MEMORY with the <
0:00:00>
(ZERO MEMORY indicator).
■ If you want to cancel the ZERO MEMORY
function, press the [ZERO MEMORY] button
again.
4. Finding the zero position.
■ When you have finished playback, fast forward or
rewind the tape in stop mode.
The tape stops automatically when it reaches the
zero position.
■ When you have finished recording, set the
[Power] switch to [PLAYER] and press
œœ (REW)] button.
the [œ
The tape stops automatically when it reaches the
zero position.
5. The tape counter with the < > (ZERO MEMORY indicator)
disappears from the display and the tape counter is changed to the
time code.
[ Notes ]
■ In the following situations, ZERO MEMORY mode may be cancelled
automatically:
- At the end of the section marked with the ZERO MEMORY function.
- When the tape is ejected.
- When you remove the Battery Pack or power supply.
■ The ZERO MEMORY may not function correctly where there is a
break between recordings on the tape.
(
ZERO
VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i))
MEMORY) (
1.
[Power]
[CAMERA]
[PLAYER]
2.
[Mode]
[TAPE]
3.
[ZERO MEMORY]
■
ER
Searching a quickly for a desired scene (Setting the ZERO
MEMORY) (VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
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<
0:00:00>
■
[ZERO MEMORY]
4.
■
œ
■
[PLAYER]
[Power]
[œœ (REW)]
5.
■
■
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Basic Recording
Self Record using the Remote Control (Setting the
Self Timer) (VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
(
)(
D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) )
✤ The SELF TIMER function works only in <Camera> mode.
➥page 19
✤ When you use the SELF TIMER function on the remote control, the
recording begins automatically in 10 seconds.
<Camera> (
➥
)
19
✤
,
10
PLAY
E
1
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RA
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1. Set the [Power] switch to [CAMERA].
✤
VP-
1.
[Power]
[CAMERA] (
2.
[Mode]
[TAPE]
3.
[SELF TIMER]
CA
2. Set the [Mode] switch to [TAPE].
)
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Y
ER
ER
A
3. Press the [SELF TIMER] button until the appropriate
indicator is displayed.
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4. Press the [Start/Stop] button to start the timer.
■ SELF TIMER starts counting down from 10 with a
beep sound.
■ In the last one second of the countdown the
beep sound gets faster, then recording starts
automatically.
■ If you want to cancel the SELF TIMER function
before recording, press the [SELF TIMER]
button.
4.
3
■
œ
,
,
,
[SELF TIMER]
5.
,
[Start/Stop]
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[
]
,
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■
ME
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œ
38
1
10
■
5. Press the [Start/Stop] button again when you wish
to stop recording.
[ Notes ]
■ Do not obstruct the remote control sensor by putting
obstacles between the remote control and
Camcorder.
■ The remote control range is 4 ~5m (13 ~17 ft).
■ The effective remote control angle is up to 30
degrees left /right from the centre line.
■ Using a tripod is recommended for delayed
recording.
[Start/Stop]
,
■
,
CA
■
■
■
4 ~5m
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Basic Recording
Zooming In and Out
✤
✤ The Zoom function works in both <Camera> and <M.Cam> modes.
➥page 19
✤ Zooming is a recording technique that lets you change the size of the
✤
subject in a scene.
✤
✤ You can zoom using variable zoom speeds.
✤
✤ Use these features for different shots. Please note that over-use of the
Zoom feature can lead to unprofessional looking results and a reduction of
battery usage time.
1. Move the [Zoom] lever slightly for
TELE
a gradual zoom, move it further for
a high-speed zoom.
■ Your zooming is monitored on
the OSD.
2. [T] (Telephoto) side: Subject
WIDE
appears closer.
3. [W] (Wide angle) side: Subject appears farther away.
W
■ You can record a subject that is about 10mm (about 0.5 inch)
away from the lens surface in the Wide position.
<Camera> (
➥ 19
)
<M.Cam> (
)
,
.
,
,
1.
[Zoom]
,
,
■
2. [T] (
3. [W] (
T
■
)
:
)
:
10mm
0.5
(
)
Using the Tele Macro
✤
✤ Tele Macro function works in both <Camera> and
<M.Cam> mode. ➥page 19
✤ Effective focal distance in Tele Macro mode is 50 Cm
(19.7 inches) ~ 100 Cm (39.4 inches).
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Cm (39.4 inches).
[MACRO/PB ZOOM]
■
( )
,
2.
ZOOM]
[
]
■
,
MACRO
STBY
SP
<M.Cam> (
➥ 19
50 Cm (19.7 inches) ~ 100
1.
PB ZOOM
œ
[ Notes ]
■ When recording in Tele Macro mode, the focus speed
may be slow.
■ When you operate the Zoom function in the Tele Macro
mode, the recording subject may be out of focus.
■ Use a tripod to prevent hand shake in the Tele Macro
mode.
■ Avoid shadows when recording in the Tele Macro mode.
■ As the distance to the subject decreases, focusing area
narrows.
■ When you can not get proper focus, use the [Zoom]
lever.
)
✤
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1. Press the [MACRO/PB ZOOM] button.
■ Tele Macro (
) icon is displayed.
2. If you want to cancel the Tele Macro function, press the
[MACRO/PB ZOOM] button again.
<Camera> (
)
,
0:39:40
25min
■
[MACRO/PB
,
■
■
,
,
■
■
,
[Zoom]
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Basic Recording
Using the Fade In and Out
✤ The Fade function works only in
3
<Camera> mode. ➥page 19
✤ You can give your recording a
professional look by using special effects
such as fade in at the beginning of a
sequence or fade out at the end of a
sequence.
SP
➔
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√
PLAY
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CA
SP
➔
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RA
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√
CA
➔
)
19
,
0:00:20
60min
SP
0:00:25
60min
SP
[Power]
[CAMERA]
[Mode]
[TAPE] (
VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i))
,
[FADE]
3.
■
4.
STBY
PLAY
E
➥
✤
1.
2.
➔
QU
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<Camera> (
,
REC ●
6
To Stop Recording (use Fade
In/Fade Out)
5. When you wish to stop recording, press
and hold the [FADE] button.
■ The picture and sound gradually
disappear (fade out).
6. When the picture has
Press and hold the [FADE] button
disappeared,
press the [Start/Stop]
button to stop recording.
✤
0:00:05
60min
,
REC ●
QU
MENICK
U
R
4
To Start Recording
1. Set the [Power] switch to [CAMERA].
2. Set the [Mode] switch to [TAPE].
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i)only)
3. Before recording, press and hold the
[FADE] button.
■ The picture and sound gradually
5
disappear (fade out).
4. Press the [Start/Stop] button and at the
same time release the [FADE] button.
■ Recording starts and the picture and
sound gradually appear (fade in).
STBY
0:00:30
60min
(
[Start/Stop]
[FADE]
■
,
(
)
(
/
5.
)
,
)
,
[FADE]
a. Fade Out
■
Gradual disappearance
(
6.
)
,
[Start/Stop]
,
a. Fade Out
(Approx. 4 seconds)
a.
Gradual appearance
40
(
4
)
(
4
)
b.
b. Fade In
(Approx. 4 seconds)
b. Fade In
Release the [FADE] button
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Basic Recording
Using Back Light Compensation Mode (BLC)
(
✤
✤
<BLC Off>
3
1. Set the [Power] switch to [CAMERA].
Q.MENU
2. Set the [Mode] switch to [TAPE] or [MEMORY].
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
1.
2.
SP
0:00:10
60min
3.
6
6. To exit, press the [QUICK MENU] button.
■ BLC icon (
) will be displayed.
[ Note ]
■ The BLC function will not operate in EASY.Q mode.
CAMERA]
[TAPE]
MEMORY]
VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i)
QUICK MENU]
■
4.
ZOOM]
OK]
ZOOM]
OK]
[QUICK MENU]
…
On
†
Q.MENU
5. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select On,
then press the [OK] button.
-
STBY
DIS
Program AE
16:9 Wide
White Balance
Shutter
Exposure
BLC
4. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select BLC,
then press the [OK] button.
0:00:10
60min
Exit
4
3. Press the [QUICK MENU] button.
■ Quick menu list will appear.
SP
Off
)
)
-
<BLC On>
STBY
DIS
Program AE
16:9 Wide
White Balance
Shutter
Exposure
BLC
)
<Camera> (
<M.Cam> (
➥ 19
5.
Exit
STBY
SP
0:00:10
60min
6.
BLC
On
■
œ
✤ BLC works in both <Camera> and <M.Cam>
modes. ➥page 19
✤ Back lighting exists when the subject is darker
than the background:
- The subject is in front of a window.
- The person to be recorded is wearing white
or shiny clothes and is placed against a bright
background; the person’s face is too dark to
distinguish his/her features.
- The subject is outdoors and the background
is overcast.
- The light sources are too bright.
- The subject is against a snowy background.
[
]
■
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Basic Recording
Using the COLOR NITE (COLOUR NITE)
(COLOUR NITE)
✤ COLOR NITE function works only in <Camera> mode. ➥page 19
✤ You can take a shot of an object in slow motion by controlling the
shutter speed, or a brighter image in dark places without a
compromise in colours.
➥
✤
<Camera>
1.
2.
CAMERA]
TAPE] (
D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) )
COLOR NITE]
3.
4.
COLOR NITE]
PLAY
E
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1
ME
2. Set the [Mode] switch to [TAPE].
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
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3. Press the [COLOR NITE] button.
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3
(VP-D361(i)/D361W(i)/D362(i)/D363(i))
√ <Color N. 1/25>, <Color N. 1/13>, <Color
N. 1/13 (
)>
(VP-D364W(i)/D365W(i))
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[
■
■
42
]
■
COLOR NITE
[ Notes ]
The COLOR NITE will not turn on or off while you
are recording.
■ When using the COLOR NITE, the image takes
on a slow motion like effect.
4
■ When using the COLOR NITE, the focus
adjusts slowly and the white dots may appear on
the screen, this is not a defect.
■ COLOR NITE is not available while DIS, Photo
image recording or EASY.Q is in use.
■ Digital Zoom, Photo image recording,16:9 Wide,
Emboss2, Pastel2, Mirror or Mosaic is not available
in the COLOR NITE mode.
■ If DIS or EASY.Q is set, COLOR NITE mode will be
released.
VP-
√ <Color N. 1/25>, <Color N. 1/13>
ER
4. Each time you press the [COLOR NITE] button,
shutter speed is changed to;
√ <Color N. 1/25>, <Color N. 1/13> and <OFF>.
(VP-D361(i)/D361W(i)/D362(i)/D363(i))
√ <Color N. 1/25>, <Color N. 1/13>, <Color N.
1/13(
)> and <OFF>.
(VP-D364W(i)/D365W(i))
COLOR NITE
19
RA
1. Set the [Power] switch to [CAMERA].
✤
COLOR NITE(
)
COLOR NITE (
)
LIGHT
■
SP
COLOR NITE
0:00:10
60min
■
■
œ
STBY
Color N.1/25
COLOR NITE
EASY.Q
Digital Zoom(
,
), Emboss2 (
16:9 Wide(16:9
2), Mirror or Mosaic(
Pastel2(
)
COLOR NITE
■
EASY.Q
COLOR NITE
DIS
,
2),
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Basic Recording
Using the LIGHT (VP-D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
(
✤ LIGHT function works only in <Camera> mode. ➥page 19
✤ The LIGHT enables you to record a subject in dark places without
sacrificing colour.
✤ The LIGHT can be used with COLOR NITE function only.
✤
VP-D364W(i)/D365W(i))
➥
<Camera>
✤
✤
COLOR NITE(
19
)
PLAY
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1
ME
1. Set the [Power] switch to [CAMERA].
CA
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Y
3. Press the [LIGHT] button until <Color N. 1/13
(
)> appears.
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1.
2.
CAMERA]
TAPE] (
D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i))
ER
3.
1/13
[ Danger ]
■ The LIGHT can become extremely hot.
■ Do not touch it while in operation or soon after turning
it off, otherwise serious injury may result.
■ Do not place the Camcorder into the carrying case
immediately after using the LIGHT,
since it remains extremely hot for some time.
■ Do not use near flammable or explosive materials.
3
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[
LIGHT]
>
Color N.
]
■
LIGH
T
■
COLOR NITE
[
LIGHT
]
■
■
STBY
SP
0:00:10
60min
■
œ
[ Notes ]
The LIGHT will not turn on or off while you are
recording.
■ The range of the LIGHT is limited. (up to 6.6ft (2m))
■
VP-
A
ER
2. Set the [Mode] switch to [TAPE].
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
■
Color N. 1/13
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Advanced Recording
Selecting the Record Mode & Audio Mode
)
<Player> (
)(
DV IN AV
(
) (VP-D361i/D361Wi/D362i/D363i/D364Wi/
D365Wi) ➥ 19
SP(standard play
)
LP(long play,
)
- <SP> (
):
DVM60
60
- <LP> (
):
DVM60
90
<Camera>(
)
<Player>(
)
➥ 19
12Bit 12
16Bit 16
- <12Bit>:
12
Main ( ) Sound1
Sub ( ) Sound2
-
<16Bit>:
,
■
SP>
<12Bit>
■
LP>
<16Bit>
MENUJI
<12Bit>
■
<12Bit>
]
SP
LP
LP
SP
]
œ
■
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16
CAMERA]
PLAYER]
TAPE]
(
VPD363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i))
MENU]
Zoom]
<Record> (
OK]
Zoom]
<Rec Mode> (
<Audio Mode>
,
OK]
œ
✤ The Record Mode function works in both <Camera> and <Player> (DV IN or AV
✤
<Camera> (
IN) (VP-D361i/D361Wi/D362i/D363i/D364Wi/D365Wi) modes. ➥page 19
IN
)
✤ This Camcorder records and plays back in SP (standard play) mode and in LP
(long play) mode.
✤
- <SP> (standard play): This mode permits 60 minutes 4
Camera Mode
of recording time with a DVM60 tape.
√Record
- <LP> (long play): This mode permits 90 minutes of
Rec Mode
√SP
recording time with a DVM60 tape.
Audio Mode
√12Bit
✤ The Audio Mode function works in both <Camera> and
WindCut Plus
√Off
<Player> modes. ➥page 19
Real
Stereo
√Off
✤
✤ This Camcorder records sound in two ways. (12Bit, 16Bit)
- <12Bit>: You can record two 12Bit stereo sound tracks.
The original stereo sound can be recorded onto the Main
✤
(Sound1) track. Additional stereo sound can be dubbed
ZOOM Move
OK Select
MENU Exit
onto the Sub (Sound2) track.
- <16Bit>: You can record one high quality stereo
sound using 16Bit recording mode.
Audio dubbing is not possible when using this mode. 6
Camera Mode
Back
1. Set the [Power] switch to [CAMERA] or [PLAYER].
Rec Mode
SP
2. Set the [Mode] switch to [TAPE]. (VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/
Audio
Mode
LP
D365W(i) only)
1.
WindCut Plus
3. Press the [MENU] button.
2.
Real
Stereo
4. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select <Record>, then
press the [OK] button.
3.
5. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select <Rec Mode> or
4.
<Audio Mode>, then press the [OK] button.
ZOOM Move
OK Select
MENU Exit
6. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select desired record
5.
mode or audio mode, then press the [OK] button.
■ Record mode can be set to <SP> or <LP>.
6
■ Audio mode can be set to <12Bit> or <16Bit>.
6.
Camera Mode
7. To exit, press the [MENU] button. The selected icon is
Back
displayed.
Rec Mode
■ When <12Bit> is selected, no <12Bit> indication is displayed.
7.
Audio Mode
12Bit
WindCut Plus
[ Notes ]
16Bit
■ We recommend that you use this Camcorder to play back any
Real Stereo
tapes recorded on this Camcorder.
Playing back a tape recorded in other equipment may produce
[
■
mosaic shaped distortion.
ZOOM Move
OK Select
MENU Exit
■ When you record a tape in SP and LP modes, or LP mode only,
the playback picture may be distorted or the time code may not be
■
written properly if there is a gap between scenes.
■ Record using SP mode for best picture and sound quality.
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0:00:10
STBY SP
60min
■
[ Caution ]
■ To edit audio on your camcorder, you must set 12Bit for the
16Bit
Audio Mode and SP for the Rec Mode.
[
12
SP
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Advanced Recording
Cutting Off Wind Noise (WindCut Plus)
(
✤ The WindCut Plus function works in both <Camera> and <Player>
(Audio dubbing) modes. ➥page 19
✤ Use the WindCut Plus when recording in windy places such as the
beach or near buildings.
✤ The WindCut Plus function minimizes wind noise or other noise while
recording.
- When the WindCut Plus is on, some low pitched tones are
eliminated along with the sound of the wind.
1. Set the [Power] switch to [CAMERA] or
[PLAYER].
2. Set the [Mode] switch to [TAPE].
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
3. Press the [MENU] button.
4. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
<Record>, then press the [OK] button.
5. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
<WindCut Plus>, then press the [OK] button.
6. To activate the WindCut Plus function, move the 6
[Zoom] lever up or down to select <On> or <Auto>
then press the [OK] button.
■ <On>: It removes the low pitched wind noise.
■ <Auto>: It minimizes the wind noise while
preserving the human voice.
7. To exit, press the [MENU] button.
■ WindCut Plus (<On>
or <Auto>
) icon
is displayed.
7
[ Notes ]
Make sure WindCut Plus is set to off when you want
the microphone to be as sensitive as possible.
■ WindCut Plus function is not available in USB
Streaming mode.
(VP-D362(i)/D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
■
Move
OK
OK
19
)
-
Select
WindCut Plus(
CAMERA]
PLAYER]
2.
MENU
Exit
3.
4.
6.
Off
On
Auto
Select
)
1.
√SP
√12Bit
√Off
√Off
MENU
Exit
TAPE] (
VPD363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i))
MENU]
Zoom]
Record>
)
OK]
Zoom]
<WindCut Plus>
,
OK]
WindCut Plus(
)
,
Zoom]
<On> (
<Auto> (
OK]
■ <On> (
:
■ <Auto> (
:
7.
■
STBY
➥
WindCut
5.
Move
)
)
)
Plus(
✤ WindCut Plus(
Camera Mode
Back
Rec Mode
Audio Mode
WindCut Plus
Real Stereo
ZOOM
<Player> (
✤
Camera Mode
√Record
Rec Mode
Audio Mode
WindCut Plus
Real Stereo
ZOOM
)
<Camera> (
)
WindCut Plus(
SP
0:00:10
60min
œ
4
✤
<Auto>(
[
■
■
)
MENU]
(<On>(
)
)
]
Wind Cut
Plus
Wind Cut Plus(
)
USB
(
VP-D362(i)/D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) )
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Advanced Recording
Selecting the Real Stereo
✤ The Real Stereo function works only in <Camera>
mode. ➥page 19
✤ Real Stereo is the stereo-fortifying function by
enhancing the characteristics of left and right input
signals with internal MIC and External MIC.
✤
PLAY
E
<Camera> (
➥ 19
R
✤
ME
RA
1
CA
)
PLA
Y
ER
1.
CAMERA]
ER
A
1. Set the [Power] switch to [CAMERA].
CA M
2. Set the [Mode] switch to [TAPE].
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
3. Press the [MENU] button.
2.
4
4. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
<Record>, then press the [OK] button.
Camera Mode
√Record
Rec Mode
Audio Mode
WindCut Plus
Real Stereo
3.
√SP
√12Bit
√Off
√Off
6
ZOOM
7
Move
OK
Select
Move
OK
MENU
7.
Select
STBY
■
MENU
Exit
0:00:10
60min
SP
S
<Real Stereo>
,
<On> (
Off
On
VP-
<Record> (
Zoom]
[OK]
Exit
6.
Camera Mode
Back
Rec Mode
Audio Mode
WindCut Plus
Real Stereo
7. To exit, press the [MENU] button.
■ Real Stereo ( S ) icon is displayed.
œ
46
Zoom]
[OK]
5.
ZOOM
(
MENU]
4.
5. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
<Real Stereo>, then press the [OK] button.
6. To activate the Real Stereo function, move the
[Zoom] lever up or down to select <On>, then
press the [OK] button.
TAPE]
D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i))
,
MENU]
( S )
Zoom]
[OK]
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Advanced Recording
Setting the Shutter Speed & Exposure
✤
✤
✤ The Shutter Speed function works only in <Camera> mode. ➥page 19
✤ The Exposure function works in both <Camera> and <M.Cam> modes.
➥page 19
✤ The Shutter Speed and Exposure functions can be set in the QUICK
MENU.
1. Set the [Power] switch to [CAMERA].
3
2. Set the [Mode] switch to [TAPE].
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
3. Press the [QUICK MENU] button.
■ Quick menu list will appear.
4. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select <Shutter>
or <Exposure>, then press the [OK] button.
5. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select <Manual>,
then press the [OK] button.
6. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select desired
shutter speed or exposure, then press the [OK]
button.
5
■ Shutter speed can be set to <1/50>, <1/120>,
<1/250>, <1/500>, <1/1000>, <1/2000>, <1/4000> or
<1/10000>.
■ Exposure value can be set between <00> and <29>.
7. To exit, press the [QUICK MENU] button.
■ Selected settings are displayed.
Recommended Shutter Speeds when Recording
✤ Outdoor sports such as golf or tennis: <1/2000> or
<1/4000>
6
✤ Moving cars or trains or other rapidly moving
vehicles such as roller coasters: <1/1000>, <1/500> or
<1/250>
✤ Indoor sports such as basketball: <1/120>
STBY
0:00:10
60min
<M.Cam> (
19
CAMERA]
TAPE]
D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i))
3.
QUICK MENU]
(
VP-
■
Zoom]
<Exposure> (
5.
Zoom]
OK]
6.
Zoom]
OK]
SP
…
0:00:10
60min
)
<Shutter>
OK]
<Manual>
■
<1/50>, <1/120>, <1/250>,
<1/500>, <1/1000>, <1/2000>,
<1/4000>
<1/10000>
■
<00> <29>
7.
QUICK MENU]
■
Manual
†
Exit
✤
†
19
)
1.
2.
✤
S. 1/50
➥
)
)
4.
STBY
[ Notes ]
If you manually change the Shutter Speed and the
†
[29]
Exposure value when Program AE option is selected,
manual changes are applied first.
■ The image may not seem as smooth when a high Shutter Speed is set.
■ The Camcorder returns to the auto shutter and auto exposure settings
when you change to the EASY.Q mode.
■ When recording with a Shutter Speed of 1/1000 or higher, make sure the
sun is not shining into the lens.
■
SP
Off
Exit
DIS
Program AE
16:9 Wide
White Balance
Shutter
Exposure
BLC
Q.MENU
➥
✤
DIS
Program AE
16:9 Wide
White Balance
Shutter
Exposure
BLC
Q.MENU
<Camera> (
<Camera> (
…
✤
[
: <1/2000>
<1/4000>
: <1/1000>, <1/500>
<1/250>
: <1/120>
]
■
…
■
■
■
EASY.Q
1/1000
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Advanced Recording
Auto Focus / Manual Focus
✤ The Auto Focus/Manual Focus function works
in both <Camera> and <M.Cam> modes.
➥page 19
✤ In most situations, it is better to use the
automatic focus feature, as it enables you to
concentrate on the creative side of your
recording.
✤ Manual focusing may be necessary under
certain conditions that make automatic
focusing difficult or unreliable.
/
a
✤
b
(
✤
Manual Focus
✤ In the following situations, you may obtain better
results by adjusting the focus manually.
a. A picture containing several objects, some close to
the Camcorder, others further away.
b. A person enveloped in fog or surrounded by snow.
c. Very shiny or glossy surfaces like a car.
d. People or objects moving constantly or quickly like
an athlete or a crowd.
1. Set the [Power] switch to [CAMERA].
2. Set the [Mode] switch to [TAPE] or [MEMORY].
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
3. Press the [MF/AF] button.
■ The [MF] icon and the [MF/AF] status bar will be
displayed on the LCD.
œœ)] and [FWD(√
√√)] buttons.
4. Focus with the [REV(œ
➥
19
d
✤
3
✤
MF/AF
STBY
SP
b.
c.
d.
LIGH
T
0:00:10
60min
1.
2.
]
EASY.Q
CAMERA] (
TAPE]
)
MEMORY]
(
VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i))
3.
MF/AF] .
■ [MF]
MF/AF]
4.
[
,
a.
COLO
R NITE
■
48
<M.Cam>
✤
c
Auto Focus
✤ If you are inexperienced in the use of
Camcorders, we recommend that you make
use of Auto Focus.
[ Note ]
Manual Focus is not available in the EASY.Q mode.
<Camera> (
)
œœ)]
REV(œ
√√)]
FWD(√
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Advanced Recording
Programmed Automatic Exposure Modes (Program AE)
(
✤ The Program AE function works only in <Camera> mode. ➥page 19
✤ The Program AE mode allows you to adjust shutter speeds and
apertures to suit different recording conditions.
✤ They give you creative control over the depth of field.
✤
)
<Camera> (
➥ 19
✤
)
✤
<Auto ( A )> mode
- Auto balance between the subject and the
background.
- To be used in normal conditions.
STBY
■
<Sports (
)> mode
For recording people or objects moving quickly.
■
<Portrait (
)> mode
- For focusing on the background of the subject,
when the background is out of focus.
- The Portrait mode is most effective when used outdoors.
■
■
■
SP
œ
■
<Spotlight (
)> mode
For recording correctly when there is only light on the subject and not
the rest of the picture.
<Sand/Snow (
)> mode
For recording when people or objects are darker than the background
because of reflected light from sand or snow.
<High Speed (
)> (High Shutter Speed) mode
For recording fast-moving subjects such as players in golf or tennis
games.
0:00:10
60min
■
<Auto (
-
■
<Sports (
■
<Portrait (
-
A
)> mode (
)> mode (
)> mode (
)
■
<Spotlight (
■
<Sand/Snow (
)> mode (
■
<High Speed (
)>mode (
)> mode (
)
)
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Advanced Recording
Setting the Program AE
1. Set the [Power] switch to [CAMERA].
4
2. Set the [Mode] switch to [TAPE].
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
3. Press the [MENU] button.
■ The menu list will appear.
4. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
<Camera>, then press the [OK] button.
5. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
<Program AE>, then press the [OK] button.
■ The available options are listed.
1.
Camera Mode
√Camera
Program AE
White Balance
Visual Effect
16:9 Wide
DIS
Digital Zoom
ZOOM
6
ZOOM
Select
Move
OK
TAPE] (
D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) )
■
MENU
Exit
4.
Zoom]
OK]
5.
Auto
Sports
Portrait
Spotlight
Sand/Snow
High Speed
Select
MENU
<Camera>
Zoom]
<Program
OK]
)
AE> (
A
■
6.
Zoom]
OK]
Exit
MENU]
■
7
œ
STBY
SP
VP-
MENU]
3.
7.
[ Notes ]
■ Direct accessing the Program AE function is available
simply using the [QUICK MENU] button. ➥page 20
■ The Program AE function will not operate in EASY.Q
mode.
50
OK
Camera Mode
Back
Program AE
White Balance
Visual Effect
16:9 Wide
DIS
Digital Zoom
6. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select desired
program AE option, then press the [OK] button.
7. To exit, press the [MENU] button.
■ The icon of the selected mode is displayed.
■ When the <Auto> mode is selected, no icon
is displayed.
Move
2.
√Auto
√Auto
√Off
√Off
√Off
√Off
CAMERA]
<Auto> (
■
0:00:10
60min
[
■
■
)
]
QUICK MENU]
➥ 20
EASY.Q
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Advanced Recording
Setting the White Balance
✤ The White Balance function works in both <Camera> and <M.Cam> modes.
✤
<Camera> (
)
<M.Cam> (
)
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only) ➥page 19
VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i)) ➥ 19
✤ The White Balance is a recording function that preserves the unique image colour of the
✤
.
object in any recording condition.
✤
.
✤ You may select the appropriate White Balance mode to obtain good quality image colour.
< Auto ( A )> (
:
.
■ <Auto ( A )> : This mode is generally used to control the White Balance
■ < Indoor (
)> (
:
automatically.
.
■ <Indoor (
)> : This controls the White Balance
/
according to the indoor ambience.
Camera Mode
- Under halogen or studio/video lighting
√Camera
■
- Subject is of one dominant colour
< Outdoor (
)> (
:
Program AE
√Auto
- Close up
.
White Balance √Auto
■ <Outdoor (
)> : This controls the White Balance according to
,
.
Visual Effect
√Off
■ < Custom WB ( c )> (
the outdoor ambience.
:
16:9 Wide
√Off
- In daylight, especially for close up and where the subject is
.
DIS
√Off
of one dominant colour.
1.
[CAMERA] (
)
.
Digital Zoom
√Off
■ <Custom WB ( c )> : You can adjust the white balance as you
2.
[Mode] (
)
[TAPE]
MEMORY]. (
wish based on the shooting environment.
D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i))
ZOOM Move
OK Select
MENU Exit
.(
■
4
1. Set the [Power] switch to [CAMERA].
2. Set the [Mode] switch to [TAPE] or [MEMORY].
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
3. Press the [MENU] button.
■ The menu list will appear.
4. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select <Camera>, then
press the [OK] button.
5. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select <White Balance>,
then press the [OK] button.
6. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select desired mode (Auto,
Indoor, Outdoor or Custom WB), then press the [OK] button.
■ To explain about the Custom WB:
- Select Custom WB and press the OK button. (“set white
balance” will appear and blinks on the screen.)
- Place the white object under the desired lighting then
press the OK button. (The “set white balance” will
disappear and the Custom WB icon ( c ) will be
displayed.
7. To exit, press the [MENU] button.
■ When the <Auto> mode is selected, no icon is displayed.
3.
MENU] (
■
6
4.
Camera Mode
Back
Program AE
White Balance
Visual Effect
16:9 Wide
DIS
Digital Zoom
OK]
OK]
A
6.
c
VP-
.
.
[Zoom]
<Camera> (
[Zoom]
<White Balance> <
)
,
.
5.
Auto
Indoor
Outdoor
Custom WB
)
>
,
.
[Zoom]
Custom WB) (
,
,
[
]
■
:
-
(Auto, Indoor, Outdoor or
)
,
.(
.)
ZOOM
7
Move
OK
Select
SP
Exit
0:00:10
60min
œ
STBY
MENU
[ Notes ]
■ Direct accessing the White Balance function is available simply
using the [QUICK MENU] button. ➥page 20
■ The White Balance function will not operate in EASY.Q mode.
■ Turn the Digital Zoom off (if necessary) to set a more accurate white
balance.
■ Reset the white balance if lighting conditions change.
<When the Outdoor option was selected>
■ During normal outdoor recording, setting to Auto may provide better
results.
■ Buttons other than EASYQ, [MENU] and [OK] will not work during setting the Custom WB.
■ Pressing the [MENU] button while setting the Custom WB will cancel the Custom WB
setting and sets the White Balance to Auto.
-
[
] .
OSD
,
7.
■
[
( c )
MENU] (
<Auto> (
)
)
.
,
.
]
■
[QUICK MENU]
20
■
■
EASY.Q
Digital Zoom (
.
■
■
■
white balance(
.
white balance(
.
.
EASYQ [MENU]
,
Custom WB
[OK]
■
Custom WB
Custom WB
Balance
[MENU]
White
Auto
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Advanced Recording
Applying Visual Effects
✤ The Visual Effect function works only in <Camera> mode. ➥page 19
✤ The Visual Effects enable you to give a creative look to your
recording.
✤ Select the appropriate Visual Effect for the type of picture that you
wish to record and the effect you wish to create. There are 10 Visual
Effect modes.
1. <Art> mode
This mode gives the images a coarse effect.
2. <Mosaic> mode
This mode gives the images a mosaic effect.
3. <Sepia> mode
This mode gives the images a reddish-brown
pigment.
4. <Negative> mode
This mode reverses the colours, creating a
negative image.
5. <Mirror> mode
This mode cuts the picture in half, using a
mirror effect.
6. <BLK&WHT> mode
This mode changes the images to black and
white.
7. <Emboss1> mode
This mode creates a 3D effect (embossing).
8. <Emboss2> mode
This mode creates a 3D effect (embossing)
on surrounding area of an image.
9. <Pastel1> mode
This mode applies a pale pastel drawing effect
to an image.
10. <Pastel2> mode
This mode applies a pale pastel drawing effect
to surrounding area of an image.
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1
✤
<Camera> (
➥
)
19
✤
✤
10
2
1. <Art> (
)
2. <Mosaic> (
3
4
3. <Sepia> (
)
)
4. <Negative> (
)
,
5
6
5. <Mirror> (
)
,
6. <BLK&WHT> (
7
)
8
7. <Emboss1> (
1)
8. <Emboss2> (
2)
(
9
10
9. <Pastel1> (
10. <Pastel2> (
1)
2)
)
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Advanced Recording
Selecting the Visual Effects
1. Set the [Power] switch to [CAMERA].
1.
4
Camera Mode
√Camera
Program AE
White Balance
Visual Effect
16:9 Wide
DIS
Digital Zoom
2. Set the [Mode] switch to [TAPE].
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
3. Press the [MENU] button.
■ The menu list will appear.
4. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
<Camera>, then press the [OK] button.
5. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
<Visual Effect>, then press the [OK] button.
ZOOM
Move
OK
2.
√Auto
√Auto
√Off
√Off
√Off
√Off
Select
CAMERA]
TAPE]
(
D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i))
3.
MENU]
■
4.
,
MENU
Exit
5.
6.
Camera Mode
Back
Program AE
White Balance
Visual Effect
16:9 Wide
DIS
Digital Zoom
6. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select the
desired Visual Effect option, then press the [OK]
button.
■ The display mode is set to the selected mode.
Move
OK
Select
MENU
,
]
■
DIS(
Pastel2(
Mosaic(
EASY.Q
■
STBY
SP
Art
0:00:10
60min
œ
[ Notes ]
■ The Pastel2, Emboss2, Mirror or Mosaic mode is not
available while DIS or COLOR NITE is in use.
■ Visual Effect modes are not available while EASY.Q
is in use.
■ Once DIS, EASY.Q or COLOR NITE is set, Emboss2,
Pastel2, Mirror or Mosaic mode will be released.
■ Emboss2, Pastel2, Mirror or Mosaic mode is not
available in the 16:9 Wide mode.
(VP-D361(i)/D362(i)/D363(i) only)
■ Digital Zoom is not available in the Emboss2, Pastel2, Mirror or
Mosaic mode.
■ Visual Effect modes other than Emboss2, Pastel2, Mirror or Mosaic
■
■
DIS(
NITE
2) Mirror(
■
Emboss2(
Mosaic
■
Pastel2(
Mosaic(
DIS(
Mirror(
[Zoom]
OK]
<Visual Effect> (
MENU]
[
Exit
7. To exit, press the [MENU] button.
7
)
■
7.
▼
ZOOM
<Camera> (
[Zoom]
OK]
,
Off
Art
Mosaic
Sepia
Negative
Mirror
[Zoom]
OK]
),
6
VP-
2)
COLOR NITE
2), Emboss2(
2), Mirror(
Visual Effect(
)
COLOR
Pastel2(
Pastel2(
2) Mirror
16:9 Wide 16:9
VP-361(i)/D362(i)/D363(i)
2), Emboss2(
2),Mirror(
)
)
Digital Zoom(
Pastel2(
Mosaic(
) EASY.Q
Emboss2(
2)
Mosaic
2), Emboss2(
Visual Effect(
2),
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Advanced Recording
Setting the 16:9 Wide
16:9
✤ 16:9
✤ The 16:9 Wide function works only in <Camera> mode. ➥page 19
✤ Recordings in 16:9 Wide will play back naturally only when the TV
supports 16:9 aspect ratio.
✤ 16:9 Wide is set as a default option for VP-D361W(i)/
D364W(i)/D365W(i) models.
1. Set the [Power] switch to [CAMERA].
4
2. Set the [Mode] switch to [TAPE].
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
3. Press the [MENU] button.
■ The menu list will appear.
4. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
<Camera>, then press the [OK] button.
5. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
<16:9 Wide>, then press the [OK] button.
6. To activate the 16:9 Wide function, move the [Zoom]
lever up or down to select <On>, then press the 6
[OK] button.
■ If you do not want to use the 16:9 Wide function,
set the <16:9 Wide> menu to <Off>.
7. To exit, press the [MENU] button. The selected icon
is displayed.
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Move
OK
ZOOM
Move
OK
VP-D361W(i)/ D364W(i)/D365W(i)
1.
2.
CAMERA]
TAPE]
D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i))
MENU]
3.
√Auto
√Auto
√Off
√Off
√Off
√Off
Select
[Zoom]
OK]
5.
[Zoom]
),
Wide> (16:9
6.
16:9
,
[Zoom]
<
>,
■
16:9
)
Wide> (16:9
<
>
7.
,
MENU]
16:9
SP
)
(
MENU
Exit
MENU
<Camera>
,
<16:9
OK]
[
,
]
<16:9
.
Exit
■
STBY
VP-
■
[
1 6 : 9 Wi d e
(
4.
Off
On
Select
➥
)
16:9
✤ 16:9
Camera Mode
Back
Program AE
White Balance
Visual Effect
16:9 Wide
DIS
Digital Zoom
œ
[ Notes ]
■ Direct accessing the 16:9 Wide function is available
simply using the [QUICK MENU] button. ➥page
7
20
■ The 16:9 Wide mode is not available while Visual
Effect, DIS or EASY. Q is in use.
(VP-D361(i)/D362(i)/D363(i) only)
■ Once COLOR NITE is set, 16:9 Wide mode will be
released.
■ Digital Zoom is not available in the 16:9 Wide mode.
■ Still image recording is not available in the 16:9 Wide
mode.
✤
Camera Mode
√Camera
Program AE
White Balance
Visual Effect
16:9 Wide
DIS
Digital Zoom
ZOOM
<Camera> (
19
16:9
0:00:10
60min
■
■
■
■
]
[QUICK MENU]
16:9 Wide 16:9
➥ 20
16:9 Wide 16:9
Visual
DIS(
)
Effect
EASY.Q
(
VPD361(i)/D362(i)/D363(i))
COLOR NITE(
)
16:9
Wide 16:9
Digital Zoom(
)
16:9
Wide(16:9
16:9 Wide 16:9
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Advanced Recording
Setting the Digital Image Stabilizer (DIS)
(
✤ The DIS function works only in <Camera> mode. ➥page 19
✤
✤ DIS (Digital Image Stabilizer) is a function that compensates for any
shaking or hand movement while holding the Camcorder (within
✤
reasonable limits).
✤ It provides more stable pictures when:
- Recording with the zoom (DIS is not available 4
Camera Mode
in Digital Zoom mode.)
√Camera
- Recording a small object close-up
Program AE
√Auto
White Balance √Auto
- Recording and walking at the same time
Visual Effect
√Off
- Recording through the window of a vehicle
1. Set the [Power] switch to [CAMERA].
2. Set the [Mode] switch to [TAPE].
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
3. Press the [MENU] button.
■ The menu list will appear.
6
4. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
<Camera>, then press the [OK] button.
5. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select <DIS>,
then press the [OK] button.
6. To activate the DIS function, move the [Zoom] lever
up or down to select <On>, then press the [OK]
button.
■ If you do not want to use the DIS function, set the
<DIS> menu to <Off>.
7. To exit, press the [MENU] button.
■ DIS (
) icon is displayed.
7
Move
OK
➥
Select
)
(
OK
:
(
DIS
1.
2.
MENU
Exit
(
))
CAMERA]
TAPE]
.(
D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i))
MENU] (
)
[Zoom]
OK]
[Zoom]
OK]
,
)
,
6.
Select
SP
œ
)
MENU
Exit
0:00:10
60min
7.
[
■
,
■
MENU] (
[Zoom]
OK]
,
<DIS> (
<Off> (
)
)
(
)
]
■
[QUICK MENU]
DIS(
)
➥ 20
Digital Zoom
COLOR NITE
Emboss2(
2) Pastel2(
2) Mirror
Mosaic
DIS(
)
■
16:9 Wide 16:9
DIS(
DIS(
■
DIS(
EASY.Q
)
<DIS> (
),
16:9
■
■
■
■
<Camera> (
,
<On> (
Off
On
VP-
■
5.
STBY
[ Notes ]
■ Direct accessing the DIS function is available simply
using the [QUICK MENU]. ➥page 20
■ Digital Zoom, COLOR NITE, Emboss2, Pastel2,
Mirror or Mosaic is not available in the DIS mode.
■ 16:9 Wide mode is not available in the DIS mode.
(VP-D361(i)/D362(i)/D363(i) only)
■ When you press the [PHOTO] button while the DIS
function is enabled, the DIS will be released shortly
and resume automatically after the still image recording.
■ It is recommended that you deactivate the DIS function when using a
tripod.
■ If you use the DIS function, the picture quality may deteriorate.
■ EASY.Q mode automatically sets the <DIS> to <On>.
)
4.
Camera Mode
Back
Program AE
White Balance
Visual Effect
16:9 Wide
DIS
Digital Zoom
Move
DIS(
19
✤
3.
ZOOM
)
)
(
√Off
√Off
√Off
16:9 Wide
DIS
Digital Zoom
ZOOM
<Camera> (
DIS(
VP-D361(i)/D362(i)/D363(i)
)
[PHOTO]
)
DIS(
)
)
)
<DIS> (
)
<Off> (
)
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Advanced Recording
Zooming In and Out with Digital Zoom (Digital Zoom)
4
56
1200x
✤
OK
Camera Mode
Back
Program AE
White Balance
Visual Effect
16:9 Wide
DIS
Digital Zoom
ZOOM
Move
OK
➥
33x
1.
2.
CAMERA]
TAPE]
D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i))
MENU]
3.
√Auto
√Auto
√Off
√Off
√Off
√Off
Select
MENU
Exit
)
(
VP-
[Zoom]
<Camera>
OK]
[Zoom]
<Digital
)
,
OK]
[Zoom]
, 100x, 200x, 400x, 1200x),
,
5.
6.
(
OK]
Off
100x
200x
400x
1200x
Select
(
■
4.
Zoom> (
6
[ Notes ]
■ Maximum Digital zooming may result in lower picture
quality.
■ Digital Zoom is not available while DIS, EASY.Q, 7
still image recording, COLOR NITE, 16:9 Wide,
Emboss2, Pastel2, Mirror or Mosaic is in use.
■ Once still image recording, COLOR NITE, 16:9
Wide, Emboss2, Pastel2, Mirror or Mosaic is set,
Digital Zoom mode will be released. (The Digital
Zoom mode will be backed up.)
■ Once DIS or EASY.Q is set, Digital Zoom mode will
be released.
Move
)
)
19
✤
Camera Mode
√Camera
Program AE
White Balance
Visual Effect
16:9 Wide
DIS
Digital Zoom
ZOOM
<Camera> (
7.
,
■
MENU]
[Zoom]
■
MENU
Exit
[
]
■
STBY
0:00:10
60min
SP
œ
Selecting the Digital Zoom
1. Set the [Power] switch to [CAMERA].
2. Set the [Mode] switch to [TAPE].
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
3. Press the [MENU] button.
■ The menu list will appear.
4. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
<Camera>, then press the [OK] button.
5. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
<Digital Zoom>, then press the [OK] button.
6. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
desired zoom value (Off, 100x, 200x, 400x or
1200x), then press the [OK] button.
7. To exit, press the [MENU] button.
■ Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to use the
Digital Zoom.
■ The Digital Zoom indicator appears.
(
✤
✤ Maximum Digital Zoom works only in <Camera> mode. ➥page 19
✤ Zooming more than 33x is achieved digitally, up to 1200x when
combined with optical zoom.
✤ The picture quality may deteriorate depending on how much you
Digital Zoom in on the subject.
W
■
■
T
■
DIS(
, EASY.Q,
,
, 16:9 Wide(16:9
COLOR NITE(
, Emboss2(
2), Pastel2(
2), Mirror or
Mosaic(
, COLOR NITE(
), 16:9
), Emboss2(
2), Pastel2(
Wide(16:9
2), Mirror or Mosaic (
),
Digital Zoom(
)
(
Digital Zoom(
)
DIS(
) EASY.Q Digital
Zoom(
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Advanced Recording
Still Image Recording
✤ Still image recording works only in <Camera> mode. ➥page 19
✤ A tape must be inserted as Still Images are recorded on a tape.
1. Set the [Power] switch to [CAMERA].
2. Set the [Mode] switch to [TAPE].
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
3. Press the [PHOTO] button.
■ The still image is recorded for about 6~7 seconds.
4. After the still image has been recorded, the Camcorder
returns to its previous mode.
✤
✤
OK
<Camera> (
1.
2.
CAMERA]
TAPE]
D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i))
3.
[PHOTO]
6~7
4.
QU
MEICK
NU
4
Searching for a still image
✤ The Photo Search works only in <Player> mode. ➥page 19
1. Set the [Power] switch to [PLAYER].
2. Set the [Mode] switch to [TAPE].
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
3. Press the [MENU] button.
■ The menu list will appear.
4. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select <Tape>, then
press the [OK] button.
5. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
6
<Photo Search>, then press the [OK] button.
■ œœ/√√ will flash on the LCD.
œœ/√
√√ (REV/FF)] buttons to search the still image.
6. Press the [œ
■ The photo search process appears while you are
searching.
■ After completing the search, the Camcorder displays the
still image.
■ When there are no still images recorded on the tape, it will
be fully rewound or forwarded.
7. To exit, press the [■ (STOP)] or [MENU] button.
Move
(
19
VP-
■
Player Mode
√Tape
Photo Search
Photo Copy
Audio Select
Audio Effect
ZOOM
➥
)
OK
✤
√Sound[1]
√Off
Select
MENU
<Player>(
1.
2.
[PLAYER]
TAPE]
D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i))
3.
MENU]
➥
)
(
19
VP-
■
Exit
4.
[Zoom]
<Tape> (
[Zoom]
<Photo Search> (
)
,
OK]
SP
Photo Search
0:41:56:10
25min
5.
),
OK]
œœ/√
√√
œœ/√
√√ (REV/FF)]
[œ
■
6.
■
■
,
■
œœ /√
√√
Search
MENU
Exit
[
SP
0:44:38:03
[ Notes ]
■ Still image recording is not available while recording.
25min
Photo Search
■ You can use still image recording by using the [PHOTO] button
on the remote control. Pressing the [PHOTO] button on the
Photo searching...
remote control records the still image at once with automatic
focusing. (VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
■ Still image recording is not available while COLOR NITE or
16:9 Wide is in use.
■ DIS, Digital Zoom, COLOR NITE, Visual Effect are not
œœ /√
√√ Search
MENU Exit
available, when still image recording.
■ Still image recording while EASY.Q, DIS or Digital Zoom mode is in use will the
release the current mode.
(After a still image is taken, the mode will return automatically.)
[■ (STOP)]
7.
MENU]
]
■
■
■
■
■
[PHOTO]
[PHOTO]
VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i)
COLOR NITE(
) 16:9 Wide(16:9
DIS(
COLOR NITE(
),
EASY.Q DIS(
)
), Digital Zoom(
)
)
),
Digital Zoom(
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Playback
Playing Back a Tape You have recorded on the LCD Screen
✤
✤
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
The Playback function and speaker works only in <Player> mode. ➥page 19
You can monitor the playback picture on the LCD Screen.
Set the [Power] switch to [PLAYER].
Set the [Mode] switch to [TAPE].
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
5 6
Insert the tape you wish to view. ➥page 32
Open the LCD Screen.
■ Adjust the angle of the LCD Screen and set the
brightness or colour if necessary.
œœ (REW)] button to rewind the tape to the
Press the [œ
starting point.
■ To stop rewinding, press the [■ (STOP)] button.
■ The Camcorder stops automatically after rewinding is
complete.
√/❙❙ (PLAY/STILL)] button to start playback.
Press the [√
■ You can view the picture you recorded on the LCD
Screen.
■ To stop the play operation, press the [■ (STOP)]
button.
Adjusting the LCD Bright/LCD Colour during
Playback
✤ You can adjust the LCD Bright/LCD Colour during
playback.
✤ The adjustment method is the same procedure as used
in <Camera> mode. ➥page 29
✤
✤
1.
2.
3.
4.
LIGH
T
➥
)
[PLAYER]
TAPE]
(
D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i))
➥ 32
19
VP-
■
COLO
R NITE
STOP
5.
■
œœ (REW)]
[œ
,
[■ (STOP)]
■
√/■■ (PLAY/STILL)]
[√
6.
■
■
[■ (STOP)]
,
✤
✤
QU
MEICK
NU
<Camera> (
➥
)
29
PLAY
Adjusting the Volume
SP
√
✤ When you use the LCD Screen for playback, you can
hear recorded sound from the built-in Speaker.
- Take the following steps to lower the volume or mute
the sound while playing a tape on the Camcorder.
✤ When you hear sounds once the tape is in play, use the
[Zoom] lever to adjust the volume.
■ A volume level display will appear on the LCD Screen.
…
■ Levels may be adjusted from anywhere between
[05] †
<00> to <19>.
■ If you close the LCD Screen while playing, you will
not hear sound from the speaker.
✤ When the AV cable is connected to the Camcorder, you cannot hear sound
from the Built-In Speaker and cannot adjust the volume.
✤
✤ Volume control is disabled while PB Zoom is in use.
58
<Player> (
✤
✤
0:46:00:11
60min
,
-
✤
,
[Zoom]
.
■
■
<00>
■
AV
PB Zoom
<19>
,
,
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Playback
Various Functions while in Player Mode
✤ This function works only in <Player> mode. ➥page 19
✤ The [PLAY], [STILL], [STOP], [FF], and [REW] buttons are located
on the Camcorder and the remote control.
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
✤ The [F.ADV] (Frame advance), [X2], and [SLOW] buttons are
located on the remote control only.
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
✤ To prevent tape and head-drum wear, your Camcorder will
automatically stop if it is left in still or slow modes for
more than 3 minutes.
✤
✤
(
✤
(
■
MF/AF
■
œœ (REW)] /[√
√√(FF)] buttons during
Press the [œ
playback or still mode.
To resume normal playback, press the
√/❙❙(PLAY/STILL)] button.
[√
œœ (REW)] / [√
√√(FF)] buttons
Keep pressing [œ
during playback or still mode.
To resume normal playback, release the button.
Slow Playback (Forward/Reverse)
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
■
■
■
■
√/❙❙ (PLAY/STILL)] button during
Press the [√
playback.
√/❙❙ (PLAY/STILL)]
To resume playback, press the [√
button.
3
[√/■■ (PLAY/STILL)]
[ √/■■ (PLAY/STILL)]
,
(
/
)
■
Picture Search (Forward/Reverse)
■
VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i))
,
✤
Playback Pause
■
)
➥ 19
[PLAY], [STILL], [STOP], [FF], [REW]
VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i))
[F.ADV],
[X2],
[SLOW]
<Player> (
œ
■
√√(FF)]
(
œ
[œœ (REW)] /[ √√ (FF)]
,
[ √/■■
.
(PLAY/STILL)]
/
[œœ (REW)] / [
,
.
)(
VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i))
■
œ
Forward Slow Playback
- Press the [SLOW] button on the remote control <VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only>
during playback.
■
√/❙❙ (PLAY/STILL)] button.
- To resume normal playback, press the [√
Reverse Slow Playback
œ ❙❙ (-)] button during forward slow play back.
- Press the [œ
√ (+)] button.
- To resume forward slow playback, press the [❙❙√
√/❙❙ (PLAY/STILL)] button.
- To resume normal playback, press the [√
-
,
,
,
[SLOW]
[ √/■■ (PLAY/STILL)]
[ œ ❙❙ (-)]
[ ❙❙ √ (+)]
[ √/■■ (PLAY/STILL)]
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Playback
(
)(
[F.ADV]
-
œ
[F.ADV]
,
■
F.ADV
[ √/■■ (PLAY/STILL)]
[F.ADV]
[œ ❙❙ (-)]
[F.ADV]
.
[F.ADV]
X2 Playback (Forward/Reverse)
<VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only>
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
■ Forward X2 Playback
- Press the [X2] button on the remote control during playback.
√/❙❙ (PLAY/STILL)] button.
- To resume normal playback, press the [√
■ Reverse X2 Playback
■
X2
œ ❙❙ (-)] button during forward X2 playback.
- Press the [œ
√/❙❙ (PLAY/STILL)] button.
- To resume normal playback, press the [√
Reverse Playback (VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
■ To playback in reverse at normal speed, press the [œ
œ ❙❙ (-)] button
during normal forward playback.
■ Press the [√
√/❙❙ (PLAY/STILL)] or [❙❙√
√ (+)] button to return to normal
forward playback.
[ Notes ]
■ Mosaic shaped distortion may appear on the screen while in some of
the various playback modes. Mosaic shaped distortion or noise may
be experienced when you play back tapes recorded in LP which
contain various playback functions.
■ Sound will only be heard during normal SP or LP playback.
60
VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i))
■
œ
Frame Advance (To play back frame by frame)
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
■ Press the [F.ADV] button on the remote control while
in still mode.
- Video sequence advances frame by frame each
time you press the [F.ADV] button.
- The F.ADV function works in still mode only.
■ To resume normal playback, press the
√/❙❙ (PLAY/STILL)] button.
[√
- Forward frame advance.
Press the [F.ADV] button on the remote control in
still mode.
- Reverse frame advance
œ ❙❙ (-)] button on the remote control to
Press the [œ
change the direction in F.ADV mode.
Press the [F.ADV] button on the remote control.
(
X2
(
/
)(
VPD363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i))
■
[
,
,
VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i))
[ √/■■ (PLAY/STILL)]
[œ ❙❙ (-)]
,
[ ❙❙ √ (+)]
]
Mosaic(
■
LP
■
[X2]
[ √/■■ (PLAY/STILL)]
[ œ ❙❙ (-)]
[ √/■■ (PLAY/STILL)]
X2
■
■
X2
-
Mosaic(
SP
LP
.
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Playback
Zooming during Playback (PB ZOOM)
(PB ZOOM)
✤
✤
✤ The PB Zoom function works in <Player> mode. ➥page 19
✤ The PB Zoom function enables you to magnify the playback or still
image.
<Player> (
1. Set the [Power] switch to [PLAYER].
2. Set the [Mode] switch to [TAPE].
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
3
COLO
R NIT
E
➥
)
1.
[Power]
2.
[Mode]
[TAPE]
VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i))
LIGH
T
19
[PLAYER]
(
MACRO
3. Press the [PB ZOOM] button in playback mode or in
still mode.
3.
4. The image is magnified starting from the centre of
image.
[PB
ZOOM]
PB ZOOM
4.
5. You can zoom in from 1.2x to 8.0x by moving the
[Zoom] lever.
■ Zoom ratio is not displayed.
5
5.
1.2
8.0
■
6. To cancel the PB Zoom function, press the
[PB ZOOM] or [■ (STOP)] button.
QU
MEICK
NU
6.
[PB ZOOM]
[■ (STOP)]
PLAY
E
R
[ Notes ]
■ The PB Zoom function enlarges the centre of the
screen only.
■ You cannot apply the PB Zoom function to pictures
which are being input from
an external video source.
■ The PB Zoom image cannot be imported to your
PC from the Camcorder’s DV jack.
■ The PB Zoom images cannot be exported to a PC.
■ Volume control is disabled while PB Zoom is in use.
ZOOM]
PB Zoom √
1.2X
SP
0:46:00:11
60min
[
■
]
PB Zoom
■
■
■
■
PB
Zoom
PB Zoom
PC
PB Zoom
DV
PC
PB Zoom
61
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Playback
Audio Dubbing (VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
✤ The Audio Dubbing function works only in <Player> mode. ➥page 19
✤ You can not dub sound on a pre-recorded tape in LP or 16 bit mode.
✤ You can add sound to the original sound on a pre-recorded tape
recorded in SP mode with 12bit sound.
✤ Use the internal or an external microphone(not supplied) or other
audio equipment.
✤ The original sound will not be erased.
➥
✤ 16
)
19
✤
12
SP
✤
✤
1.
1
[Power]
[PLAYER]
■
,
QU
MEICK
NU
S
AV/
USB
PLAY
E
DV
A
MIC
2.
[Mode]
[TAPE]
ER
CA
M
[ √/■■ (PLAY/STILL)]
3.
[ √/■■ (PLAY/STILL)]
4.
3 4
5
5.
[A.DUB]
■
■
√
[ Notes ]
■ You can not use the Audio Dubbing function while playing a write
protected video tape.
■ To utilize an external MIC or sound source, connect a microphone to
the MIC jack or use the Multi-AV Cable to connect external sound
source input.
■ To dub an external sound source, set the <AV In/Out> function to
<AV In> (VP-D363i/D364Wi/ D365Wi). ➥page 67
62
VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i))
<Player> (
R
1. Set the [Power] switch to [PLAYER].
■ If you want to use an external
microphone, connect the microphone to
the external MIC input jack on the
Camcorder.
2. Set the [Mode] switch to [TAPE].
√/❙❙ (PLAY/STILL)] button and
3. Press the [√
find the time frame of the scene to be
dubbed.
√/❙❙ (PLAY/STILL)] button to
4. Press the [√
pause the scene.
5. Press the [A.DUB] button on the remote
control.
■ Audio Dubbing icon (
) is displayed.
■ The Camcorder is ready for dubbing.
√/❙❙ (PLAY/STILL)] button to
6. Press the [√
start dubbing.
■ Press the [■ (STOP)] button to stop
the dubbing.
(
✤
6.
■
[
[ √/■■ (PLAY/STILL)]
[■ (STOP)]
]
■
■
■
MIC
Multi-AV
,
<AV In/Out> (AV
/
<AV In> (AV
) (VPD363i/D364Wi/ D365Wi) ➥ 67
)
ENGLISH
Playback
Dubbed Audio Playback
✤
✤ The dubbed Audio Playback function works only in <Player> mode.
➥page 19
1. Set the [Power] switch to [PLAYER].
4
2. Set the [Mode] switch to [TAPE].
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
3. Insert the dubbed tape and press the [MENU] button.
4. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select <Tape>,
then press the [OK] button.
5. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
<Audio Select>, then press the [OK] button.
6. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select the
audio playback channel,
then press the [OK] button.
■ <Sound[1]>: play the original sound.
■ <Sound[2]>: play the dubbed sound.
■ <MIX[1+2]>: play back sound1 and 2 equally
mixed.
Player Mode
√Tape
Photo Search
Photo Copy
Audio Select
Audio Effect
<Player> (
√Sound[1]
√Off
1.
[Power]
2.
[Mode]
[TAPE]
VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) )
3.
Move
OK
Select
MENU
Player Mode
Back
Photo Search
Photo Copy
Audio Select
Audio Effect
6.
Move
8
7. To exit, press the [MENU] button.
√/❙❙ (PLAY/STILL)] button to playback the
8. Press the [√
dubbed tape.
[ Note ]
When you playback added sound (Sound [2] or
MIX[1+2]), you may experience a loss of sound quality.
OK
√
Sound[2]
Select
SP
MENU
■
Exit
0:01:53:10
20min
<Audio
),
[Zoom]
[OK]
<Sound[1]> (
<Sound[2]> (
<MIX[1+2]> (
1 2
■
ZOOM
■
7.
[OK]
,
[1]):
[2]):
[1+2]):
[MENU]
[ √/■■ (PLAY/STILL)]
8.
[
(
<Tape> (
[Zoom]
Select> (
Sound[1]
Sound[2]
MIX[1+2]
[PLAYER]
[Zoom]
[OK]
),
Exit
5.
6
19
[MENU]
4.
ZOOM
➥
)
]
(Sound [2] or MIX[1+2])
[2]
[1+2]
63
ENGLISH
Playback
Tape Playback
✤ The Playback function works only in <Player> mode. ➥page 19
✤
<Player> (
Multi Cable
TV
AV/ S
Camcorder
✤
PAL
✤
QUIC
MEN K
U
PLAY
E
➥
)
➥
19
97
ER
A
R
Playing back on a TV Monitor
✤ To play back a tape, the television must be
PAL compatible. ➥page 97
✤ We recommend that you use the AC
Power adapter as the power source for the
Camcorder.
CA
Connecting to a TV which has
Signal flow
Audio/Video Input Jacks
Multi Cable
1. Connect the Camcorder to your TV with
the Multi Cable.
■ The yellow jack: Video
■ The white jack: Audio(L)-mono , The
red jack: Audio(R)
■ If you connect to a monaural TV,
connect the yellow jack (Video) to the
video input of the TV and the white jack
(Audio L) to the audio input of the TV.
✤ Connect the Multi AV/S
2. Set the [Power] switch to [PLAYER].
✤
jack with the triangle
3. Set the [Mode] switch to [TAPE].
mark facing down.
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
4. Turn on the TV and set the TV/VIDEO selector on the TV to Video.
■ Refer to the TV user’s manual.
5. Play the tape. ➥page 63
[ Notes ]
■ You may use an S-Video connector on the cable to obtain better
quality pictures if you have a S-Video connector on your TV.
■ Even if you use an S-Video connector, you need to connect an audio
cable.
■ If you connect the cable to the AV/S jack, you will not hear sound
from the Camcorder's speakers.
■ If only a mono audio input is available on the TV set, use the audio
cable with the white jack (Audio L).
64
M
Audio/Video
1.
:
:
(R)
■
■
VIDEO
2.
■
■
audio
[Power]
3.
(
[PLAYER]
[Mode]
[TAPE]
VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/
D365W(i))
TV/VIDEO
➥
5.
■
:
AV/S
■
■
,
■
4.
[
-(L)-
63
]
S
S-Video
S-Video
AV/S
VIDEO
ENGLISH
Playback
Connecting to a TV which has no Audio/Video Input
Jacks
✤ You can connect your Camcorder to a TV through a VCR.
A/V
✤
A/V
1.
VCR
■
:
:
■
:
2.
VCR
3.
[Power]
[PLAYER]
4.
[Mode]
[TAPE]
(
VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i)))
5.
VCR
■
VCR
Line
■
Multi Cable
AV/ S
Camcorder
QUIC
MEN K
U
PLAY
E
TV
ER
A
R
CA
M
Signal flow
Multi Cable
Antenna
RA
ME
CA
A
■
]
■
■
[œœ
■
■
■
[PLAYER]
(
VP-
(REW)] /[ √√ (FF)]
5.
[ √/■■ (PLAY/STILL)]
CA M
[
[Power]
[Mode]
[TAPE]
D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i))
3.
4.
PLA
Y
ER
[ Notes ]
■ The playback mode (SP/LP) is selected automatically.
■ If the VCR has an S-Video input terminal, you may use S-Video
connector for better quality.
■ The S-Video connector transmits video only. Connect audio cables
for sound.
■ If only a mono audio input is available on the TV set, use the audio
cable with the white jack (Audio L).
1.
2.
PLAY
E
R
Playback
1. Connect a power source and set the [Power] switch
to [PLAYER].
2. Set the [Mode] switch to [TAPE].
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
3. Insert the tape you wish to play back.
œœ (REW)] /[√
√√(FF)] buttons, find the
4. Using the [œ
first position you wish to play back.
√/❙❙ (PLAY/STILL)] button.
5. Press the [√
■ The images you recorded will appear on the TV
after a few seconds.
■ If a tape reaches its end while being played back,
the tape will rewind automatically.
■
ER
1. Connect the Camcorder to your VCR
with the Multi Cable.
■ The yellow jack: Video
■ The white jack: Audio(L) - Mono
■ The red jack: Audio(R)
2. Connect a TV to the VCR.
3. Set the [Power] switch to [PLAYER].
4. Set the [Mode] switch to [TAPE].
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
5. Turn on both the TV and VCR.
■ Set the input selector on the VCR to
Line.
■ Select the channel reserved for your
VCR on the TV set.
6. Play the tape.
VCR
(SP/LP)
S-Video
,
S-Video
S-Video
(Audio L)
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Playback
Audio Effect
✤ Audio Effect function works only in <Player> mode. ➥page 19
✤ Audio Effect provides various effects when the audio signals stored in
a tape are playing.
1. Set the [Power] switch to [PLAYER].
2. Set the [Mode] switch to [TAPE].
4
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
3. Insert the dubbed tape and press the [MENU] button.
4. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select <Tape>,
then press the [OK] button.
5. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select <Audio
Effect>, then press the [OK] button.
6. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select the
audio effect channel, then press the [OK] button.
■ <Voice>: It highlights the human voice from
the audio signals.
6
■ <Music>: It highlights the music sound by
enhancing the high and low pitched sounds from
the audio signals.
■ <Wide>: It magnifies the stereo effect by
enhancing the left and right sounds.
■ <Echo>: It gives an effect of echo sound heard
inside a cave or on the mountain top.
7. To exit, press the [MENU] button.
✤
<Player> (
✤
1.
Player Mode
√Tape
Photo Search
Photo Copy
Audio Select
Audio Effect
2.
√Sound[1]
√Off
Move
OK
Select
MENU
Exit
ZOOM
Move
OK
Select
■
:
:
MENU
■
<Wide> (
:
■
<Echo> (
Exit
7.
[
[OK]
W
W
E
E
:
[MENU]
]
■
(TV, speakers)
■
■
(
,
<Audio Effect> (
[OK]
[Zoom] ,
<Voice> (
<Music> (
■
M
M
<Tape> (
[Zoom]
6.
V
V
VP-
[MENU]
[Zoom]
[OK]
,
Off
Voice
Music
Wide
Echo
[PLAYER]
[Mode]
[TAPE] (
D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i))
5.
Player Mode
Back
Photo Search
Photo Copy
Audio Select
Audio Effect
[ Notes ]
■ It is recommended to use stereo type output devices (TV, speakers)
for better audio effects.
■ The Audio Effect function is transmittable via external output
terminals such and DV.
■ Audio Effect function is not available in USB Streaming mode.
(VP-D362(i)/D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
66
[Power]
3.
4.
ZOOM
➥ 19
)
USB Streaming
VP-D362(i)/D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i))
ENGLISH
Playback
Setting the AV In/Out (VP-D361i/D361Wi/D362i/D363i/D364Wi/D365Wi only)
/
✤
✤
✤ AV In/Out function works only in <Player> mode. ➥page 19
✤ AV In/Out setting enables you to record signal from external sources and
display it on LCD Screen. Also, you can direct your video or image to
external devices to record or play back.
AV
AV
(
VP-D361i/D361Wi/D362i/D363i/D364Wi/D365Wi)
/
/
<Player> (
➥ 19
)
LCD
AYE
R
ME
RA
2
CA
1.
2.
3.
PLA
Y
ER
A
4.
5.
ER
1. Connect the Camcorder to your VCR or TV with the MultiAV Cable. ➥pages 64~65
2. Set the [Power] switch to [PLAYER].
3. Set the [Mode] switch to [TAPE].
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
4. Turn on the VCR or TV.
5. Insert the blank tape with protection tab closed into the
Camcorder.
■ If you want to record from a connected VCR, insert a
recorded VHS tape into the VCR.
6. Press the [MENU] button.
7
■ The menu list will appear.
7. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
<Record>, then press the [OK] button.
8. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
<AV In/Out>, then press the [OK] button.
9. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select <AV In>,
<S-Video In> then press the [OK] button.
■ If you want to see the Camcorder picture with a TV,
set <AV In/Out> menu to <Out>.
10.To exit, press the [MENU] button.
11. Press the [Start/Stop] button to set the Camcorder
to REC PAUSE mode.
9
■ PAUSE appears.
12.Select the TV programme or playback the VHS tape.
13.Press the [Start/Stop] button to start recording.
■ If you want to pause recording for a while, press the
[Start/Stop] button again.
14.To stop recording, press the [■ (STOP)] button.
CA M
6.
Player Mode
√Record
Rec Mode
Audio Mode
WindCut Plus
AV In/Out
√SP
√12Bit
√Off
√Out
Move
OK
Player Mode
Back
Rec Mode
Audio Mode
WindCut Plus
AV In/Out
[ Notes ]
ZOOM Move
OK
■ When you record the images being played back on an
analog VCR, if they are not being played back at normal
speed, (for example, more than double speed or slow playback), only a
gray image appears on the Camcorder.
■ If <AV In / Out> is set to <AV In> or <S-Video In>, the WindCut Plus will be
released.
Select
MENU
[Zoom]
[OK]
[Zoom]
In> (S-
VHS
<Record> (
),
<AV In/Out> (AV
[OK]
/
)
<AV In> (AV
), <S-Video
)
[OK]
TV
,
<AV
/
)
<Out> (
)
In/Out> (AV
[MENU]
[Start/Stop]
REC PAUSE
PAUSE(
)
TV
VHS
[Start/Stop]
■
Exit
,
■
[Zoom]
12.
13.
■
■
[Start/Stop]
Out
AV In
S-Video In
MENU
VCR
➥
TV
VCR
[MENU]
8.
10.
11.
Select
■
7.
9.
ZOOM
Multi-AV
VCR
64~65
[Power]
[PLAYER]
[Mode]
[TAPE] (
VPD363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i))
VCR
TV
[ ■ (STOP)]
14.
Exit
[
■
■
]
VCR
<AV In/Out> (AV
/
)
<S-Video In> (S(AV
)
Plus(
<AV In>
) WindCut
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Digital Still Camera Mode
(
VP(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only) D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i))
ENGLISH
Using the Memory Card (Usable Memory Card) (not supplied)
(
✤ The Memory Card stores and manages photo images recorded by
the Camcorder.
✤ Before inserting or ejecting the
Terminals
Memory Card, set the [Power] switch
Protection
to [OFF].
)(
)
✤
Terminals
Protection
Tab
✤
[Power]
[OFF]
Tab
Memory Card Functions
✤ Recording/Viewing Photo Images
✤ Protecting Images from accidental
erasure (except MMC)
✤ The Memory Stick Duo does not have
a Protection Tab.
When using the Memory Stick Duo,
be careful not to edit or delete data by
mistake.
✤ Deleting Photo Images stored in
Memory Card
✤ Marking Photo Images with Print
Information
✤ Formatting Memory Cards
Label
MMC/SD
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i))
Memory Stick (PRO)
(VP-D364W(i)/D365W(i))
Terminals
Memory Stick Duo
(VP-D364W(i)/D365W(i))
RS MMC/Mini SD
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i))
Memory Stick Duo, RS MMC or
Mini SD should be inserted by
using the Adapter (not supplied).
Memory Stick Duo, RS MMC
Mini SD
(
).
Inserting a Memory Card
1.
2.
3.
4.
Open the Memory Card Cover.
Insert the Memory Card.
Insert the Memory Card into the Slot until it softly clicks.
Close the Memory Card Cover.
3.
4.
MMC
SD
BATTERY
RELEASE
Ejecting a Memory Card
1. Open the Memory Card Cover.
2. Slightly push the Memory Card inwards to pop it out.
3. Pull the Memory Card out of the slot and close the
Memory Card Cover.
68
1.
2.
3.
MMC
SD
BATTERY
RELEASE
✤
✤
/
(
MMC)
✤ Memory Stick Duo
Memory Stick Duo,
✤
✤
✤
1.
2.
Digital Still Camera Mode
(
VP(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only) D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i))
ENGLISH
[ Notes ]
■ Do not apply excessive force when you insert/eject the Memory Card.
■ Do not turn the power off while recording, loading, erasing photo image or
formatting the Memory Card.
■ Please turn the power off before you insert or eject the Memory Card to
avoid losing data.
■ Do not place the Memory Card near a strong electro-magnetic device.
■ Do not allow metal substances to come in contact with the terminals on
the Memory Card.
■ Do not bend, drop or apply strong shock to Memory Card.
■ After pulling the Memory Card out from the camcorder, keep the Memory
Cards in a soft case to prevent static shock.
■ The data stored on the Memory Card may be changed or lost as a result
of misuse, static electricity, electric noise or repair. Save important images
separately. Samsung is not responsible for data loss due to misuse.
■ RS-MMC, Mini SD (VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i)) or Memory Stick Duo
(VP-D364W(i)/D365W(i) only) should be inserted by using the Adaptor (not
supplied).
[
■
■
]
/
,
,
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
RS-MMC, Mini SD(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i))
Duo (
VP-D364W(i)/D365W(i))
(
)
Memory Stick
Structure of Folders and Files on the Memory Card
✤ The photo images that you recorded are
saved in JPEG file format on the
Memory Card.
DCIM
✤ The moving images that you recorded
100 SSDVC
are saved in MPEG4 file format on the
DCAM 0001
Memory Card.
DCAM 0002
..
✤ Each file has a file number and all files
..
are assigned to a folder.
101SSDVC
- A file number from DCAM0001 is
sequentially assigned to each
<Photo Image>
recorded image.
- Each folder is numbered from
100SSDVC and recorded on the Memory Card.
MSAMSUNG
SSMOV
100SSMOV
JPEG
✤
MPEG4
✤
-
<Moving Image>
Image Format
Photo Image
■ Images are compressed in JPEG (Joint Photographic Experts Group)
format.
■ The picture size is 800x600 (Tape Capture 640x480).
Moving Image
■ Images are compressed in MPEG 4(Moving Picture Experts Group)
format.
■ The picture size is 720x576.
✤
-
DCAM0001
100SSDVC
000-0000
File number
■
Folder number
■
■
■
JPEG (Joint Photographic
Experts Group)
800x600 (Tape Capture
640x480)
MPEG 4(Moving Picture Experts Group)
720x576
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Digital Still Camera Mode
(
VP(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only) D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) )
ENGLISH
Selecting the Memory Type (VP-D365W(i) only)
(
✤ The Memory Type setting works in <Player>/<M.Cam>/<M.Player>
modes. (VP-D365W(i): 32MB) ➥page 19
✤ Images can be stored and played back using the built-in memory.
Hence, set the memory type before storing and playing back images.
1. Set the [Power] switch to [CAMERA] or
[PLAYER].
4
2. Set the [Mode] switch to [TAPE] or [MEMORY].
/
32MB) ➥ 19
M.Cam Mode
√Memory
Memory Type
Photo Quality
File No.
ZOOM
Move
OK
6
1.
[Power]
[PLAYER]
2.
[Mode]
[MEMORY]
√Memory Card
√Super Fine
√Series
Select
M.Cam Mode
Back
Memory Type
Photo Quality
File No.
6. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select <Int.
Memory> or <Memory Card>, then press the [OK]
button.
MENU
Exit
Int. Memory
Memory Card
3.
[CAMERA]
[TAPE]
[MENU]
4.
),
5.
ZOOM
Move
OK
Select
MENU
[ Note ]
Direct accessing the Memory Type function is available simply using
the [QUICK MENU] button. ➥page 20
7.
[
■
[Zoom]
[OK]
[Zoom]
),
<Memory> (
<Memory Type> (
[OK]
Exit
6.
7. To exit, press the [MENU] button.
70
/
■
5. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
<Memory Type>, then press the [OK] button.
■
<Player>/<M.Cam>/<M.Player> (
(VP-D365W(i):
✤
3. Press the [MENU] button.
■ The menu list will appear.
4. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
<Memory>, then press the [OK] button.
VP-D365W(i))
✤
[Zoom]
<Int. Memory> (
)
<Memory Card> (
),
[OK]
[MENU]
]
[QUICK MENU]
➥ 20
Memory Type
Digital Still Camera Mode
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
ENGLISH
VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i)
Selecting the Photo Quality
✤ Photo Quality function works in both <Player> and <M.Cam> modes.
➥page 19
✤ You can select the quality of a photo image to be recorded.
Select the Image Quality
1. Set the [Power] switch to [CAMERA] or [PLAYER].
2. If the [Power] switch is set to [CAMERA] mode, set
the [Mode] switch to [MEMORY].
If the [Power] switch is set to [PLAYER] mode, set
the [Mode] switch to [TAPE].
3. Press the [MENU] button.
■ The menu list will appear.
4. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
<Memory>, then press the [OK] button.
5. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
4
<Photo Quality>, then press the [OK] button.
6. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
desired image quality (Super Fine, Fine, Normal),
then press the [OK] button.
7. To exit, press the [MENU] button.
■ The selected icon is displayed.
Number of Images on the Memory Card
QUALITY
8MB
16MB
<Super Fine>
Approx. 34
Approx. 68
<Fine>
Approx. 45
Approx. 90
<Normal>
Approx. 74
Approx. 148
✤
)
✤
<Player> (
➥ 19
)
<M.Cam> (
2
1.
[CAMERA]
2.
[PLAYER]
[CAMERA]
,
[MEMORY]
[PLAYER]
3.
,
[TAPE]
[MENU]
■
4.
M.Cam Mode
√Memory
Memory Type
Photo Quality
File No.
√Memory Card
√Super Fine
√Series
5.
6.
ZOOM
Move
OK
Select
MENU
Exit
[Zoom]
[OK]
[Zoom]
,
[OK]
[Zoom]
<Super Fine, Fine, Normal> (
[OK]
[MENU]
<Memory> (
,
7.
<Photo Quality> (
,
,
)
■
5
The actual number of images that you can record varies
depending on the nature of the subject to be recorded.
M.Cam Mode
Back
Memory Type
Photo Quality
File No.
[ Notes ]
■ Direct accessing the Photo Quality function is
available simply using the [QUICK MENU] button.
ZOOM Move
➥page 20
■ The above approximation is based on a 8MB Memory Card under
normal recording conditions.
■ The number of images that can be stored on a Memory Card
depends on various conditions.
■ Photo images (JPEG) can be stored in the Memory Card up to
20,000 files.
OK
<Super Fine>
Super Fine
Fine
Normal
Select
MENU
8MB
16MB
34
68
<Fine>
45
90
<Normal>
74
148
Exit
[
■
■
]
[QUICK MENU]
Photo Quality
8M
➥ 20
■
■
20,000
(JPEG)
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Setting the File Number
✤ File Number setting works only in <M.Cam> mode. ➥page 19
✤ File Numbers are given to images in the order they were recorded
when they are stored on the Memory Card.
✤ File numbers may be set as follows:
- <Series> : When there are existing files, the new image will be
named as the next number in the sequence.
- <Reset> : When there are no files stored on the Memory Card,
the file numbering starts from 0001.
1. Set the [Power] switch to the [CAMERA].
4
2. Set the [Mode] switch to [MEMORY].
3. Press the [MENU] button.
■ The menu list will appear.
✤
<M.Cam> (
✤
✤
M.Cam Mode
√Memory
Memory Type
Photo Quality
File No.
:
- <Series> (
):
- <Reset> (
):
√Memory Card
√Super Fine
√Series
5. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
<File No.>, then press the [OK] button.
ZOOM
Move
OK
Select
MENU
0001
1.
[CAMERA]
2.
[MEMORY]
3.
4. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
<Memory>, then press the [OK] button.
)
➥ 19
[MENU]
■
Exit
4.
6
M.Cam Mode
Back
Memory Type
Photo Quality
File No.
6. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select desired
option (Series or Reset), then press the [OK]
button.
),
5.
Series
Reset
),
6.
7. To exit, press the [MENU] button.
ZOOM
Move
OK
Select
MENU
Exit
(Series (
[OK]
7.
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)
[Zoom]
[OK]
<Memory> (
[Zoom]
[OK]
<File No.> (
[Zoom]
Reset (
[MENU]
) ,
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Taking a Photo Image (JPEG) on the Memory Card
✤ You may take photo images while in <M.Cam> mode and store the
images on the Memory Card. ➥page 19
✤ You can take photo images using the remote control.
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
✤ Audio will not be recorded with a photo image on to the Memory
Card.
✤
<M.Cam> (
✤
(
D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i))
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E
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1.
[CAMERA]
2.
[MEMORY]
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1. Set the [Power] switch to [CAMERA].
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PLA
Y
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2. Set the [Mode] switch to [MEMORY].
[PHOTO]
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A
3.
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■
■
■
3
<
[
■
OK
√√√
>
]
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■
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[ Notes ]
Photo images are saved in the Memory Card in an
800x600 format.
■ The number of photo images that can be stored
depends on the quality of the image.
VP-
✤
1
3. After framing your object to record, fully press the
[PHOTO] button to take the picture.
■ The picture is taken and saved into the Memory
Card within a few seconds.
■ Taking another picture within this interval is not
possible.
■ The <
√√√ > indicator appears during the
time it takes to save the image.
)
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■
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Viewing Photo Images (JPEG)
✤ This function works only in <M.Player> mode. ➥page 19
You can playback and view photo images recorded on the Memory Card.
✤ Be sure that the <M.Play Select> is set to <Photo> in the Menu. ➥page 80
1. Set the [Power] switch to [PLAYER].
2. Set the [Mode] switch to [MEMORY].
■ The last recorded image appears. If there are no
recorded images on the Memory Card,
<No image!> is displayed.
✤
<M.Player> (
✤
<M.Play Select> (
1.
2.
REV
FWD
S.SHOW
[PLAYER]
[MEMORY]
■
MULTI DISP.
Slide
œœ/√
√√ (REV/FWD)]
■
■
■
√/❙❙ (S.SHOW)] button.
Press the [√
■ All images will be played back consecutively for 2~3
seconds each.
■ The <Slide> is displayed. The Slide Show will start from
the current picture.
√/❙❙ (S.SHOW)] button again.
To stop the slide show, press the [√
!
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800x600
To view a Slide Show
[√√ (FWD)]
/
[ √√ (FWD)]
[œœ (REV)]
[œœ (REV)]
100-0002
100-0007
[√/❙❙(S.SHOW)]
7/25
■
2~3
<Slide>
[√/❙❙ (S.SHOW)]
■
œ
œœ
√√
[ Notes ]
■ Any large sized image taken with another device will be displayed as a thumbnail
image.
■ To display the previous six images, press and hold the [œ
œœ (REV)] button for
about 3 seconds.
■ To display the next six images, press the [√
√√ (FWD)] button for about 3
seconds.
■ In order to use <Delete>, <Delete All>, <Protect> or <Print Mark> functions in
Multi Display view mode, is available simply using the [QUICK MENU] button.
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➥
<Photo> (
<No image!>
œœ/√
√√ (REV/FWD)] buttons, search for the desired
Using the [œ
photo image.
■ To view the next image: press the [√
√√ (FWD)] button.
■ To view the previous image: press the [œ
œœ (REV)] button.
■ Keep pressing [√
√√ (FWD)] or [œ
œœ (REV)] to search for an
image quickly.
To view six stored images on single screen, press the [■ (MULTI
DISP.)] button.
■ A selection mark [œ
œœ √√] appears under the image.
■ Press the [œ
œœ/√
√√ (REV/FWD)] button to select an image.
To return to single playback mode, press the [■ (MULTI DISP.)]
button again.
■ Selected picture is displayed in full screen.
)
80
To view a Single Image
To view the Multi Display
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)
√
6
[■ (MULTI DISP.)]
[œœ √√ ]
[œœ √√ (REV/FWD)]
[■ (MULTI DISP.)]
■
■
■
[
]
■
■
■
■
6
6
<
<Delete> (
<Print Mark> (
[œœ (REV)]
3
[ √√ (FWD)]
3
[QUICK MENU]
<Delete All> (
) <Protect> (
)
,
,
)
)
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Protection from accidental Erasure
✤ The Protection function works only in <M.Player> mode. ➥page 19
✤ You can protect important images from accidental erasure.
If you execute format, all images including protected images will be
erased.
1. Set the [Power] switch to [PLAYER].
5
2. Set the [Mode] switch to [MEMORY].
■ The last recorded image appears.
■ If there are no recorded images on the Memory
Card, <No image!> is displayed.
œœ/√
√√ (REV/FWD)] buttons, search for
3. Using the [œ
the photo image that you want to protect.
4. Press the [MENU] button.
■ The menu list will appear.
<M.Player> (
)
➥ 19
✤
M.Player Mode
√Memory
Memory Type
M.Play Select
Delete
Delete All
Protect
Print Mark
1.
2.
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√Memory Card
√Photo
√Off
[PLAYER]
[MEMORY]
■
■
<No
image!> (
!)
[œœ √√ (REV/FWD)]
3.
/
†
ZOOM
Move
OK
Select
MENU
Exit
4.
[MENU]
■
7
M.Player Mode
Back
Memory Type
M.Play Select
Delete
Delete All
Protect
Print Mark
5. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
<Memory>, then press the [OK] button.
6. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
<Protect>, then press the [OK] button.
5.
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),
6.
)
Off
On
7.
†
ZOOM
Move
OK
Select
MENU
■
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800x600
8. To exit, press the [MENU] button.
■ The protection (
) icon is displayed.
[
[Zoom]
[OK]
[Zoom]
[OK]
[Zoom]
[OK]
[MENU]
( )
Exit
8.
7. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select <On>,
then press the [OK] button.
8
<Memory> (
<Protect> (
<On> (
),
]
■
√
[ Notes ]
■ Direct accessing the Protection function is available
simply using the [QUICK MENU]. ➥page 20
■ If the write protection tab on the Memory Card is set
to LOCK, you cannot set image protection.
✤
■
[QUICK MENU]
20
➥
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Deleting Photo Images and Moving Images
✤ The Delete function works only in <M.Player> mode. ➥page 19
✤ You can erase the photo images and moving images recorded on the
Memory Card.
✤ If you want to delete protected images, you must first deactivate the
image protection.
✤ An image which has been deleted cannot be recovered.
5
1. Set the [Power] switch to [PLAYER].
2. Set the [Mode] switch to [MEMORY].
■ The last recorded image appears.
■ If there are no recorded images on the Memory
Card, <No image!> is displayed.
✤
✤
✤
✤
M.Player Mode
√Memory
Memory Type
M.Play Select
Delete
Delete All
Protect
Print Mark
<M.Player> (
)
➥ 19
.
1.
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√Memory Card
√Photo
[PLAYER]
2.
[MEMORY]
■
■
<No
√Off
image!> (
!)
†
ZOOM
œœ/√
√√ (REV/FWD)] buttons, search for
3. Using the [œ
the photo image that you want to delete.
6
Move
OK
Select
5. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
<Memory>, then press the [OK] button.
Exit
√√ (REV/FWD)]
[ œœ/√
3.
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M.Player Mode
Back
Memory Type
M.Play Select
Delete
Delete All
Protect
Print Mark
4. Press the [MENU] button.
■ The menu list will appear.
MENU
4.
[MENU]
■
5.
),
[Zoom]
[OK]
<Memory> (
†
6. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
<Delete>, then press the [OK] button.
■ A message <Do you want to delete?> is
displayed.
ZOOM
Move
OK
Select
MENU
Exit
[Zoom]
<Delete> (
[OK]
<Do you want to delete?> (
),
7
7. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select <Yes>
or <No>, then press the [OK] button.
■
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?)
800x600
Do you want to delete?
Yes
Previous
7.
No
8. To exit, press the [MENU] button.
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6.
Next
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8.
[Zoom]
[OK]
[MENU]
<Yes>
<No>,
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Deleting All Images at Once
6
M.Player Mode
Back
Memory Type
M.Play Select
Delete
Delete All
Protect
Print Mark
6. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
<Delete All>, then press the [OK] button.
■ A message <Do you want to delete all?> is
displayed.
7. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select <Yes>
or <No>, then press the [OK] button.
8. To exit, press the [MENU] button.
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6.
[Zoom]
<Delete All> (
),
[OK]
<Do you want to delete all?> (
?)
■
†
ZOOM
Move
OK
Select
7
MENU
Exit
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800x600
7.
[Zoom]
[OK]
8.
<Yes>
<No>,
[MENU]
Do you want to delete all?
Yes
No
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[ Notes ]
■ Direct accessing the Delete function is available simply using the
[QUICK MENU]. ➥page 20
■ When there is no stored picture on the Memory Card, the message
<No image!> will be displayed.
■ If an erroneous image file is found on the Memory Card, the
message <Memory Card Error !> will be displayed.
It may be caused by copying images from different digital devices.
■ Formatting the Memory Card will delete all the stored images.
➥page 78
■ To protect important pictures from accidental deletion, activate the
image protection. ➥page 75
■ Deleting all files using the <Delete All> menu may take a while.
To delete all files much faster, format the Memory Card after backing
up the files into other storage device.
[
]
■
■
20
<No image!> (
!)
<Memory Card
■
Error !> (
!)
➥ 78
■
■
■
➥
[QUICK MENU]
<Delete All> (
➥ 75
)
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Formatting the Memory Card
✤ The Format function works only in <M.Player> mode. ➥page 19
✤
<M.Player> (
)
➥ 19
✤ You can use the Format functions to completely delete all images and
✤
options on the Memory Card, including protected images.
✤ The Format function restores the Memory Card to its initial state.
✤
Attention
✤ If you execute the Format function, all images will
M.Player Mode
be erased completely and erased images cannot 4
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✤
√Memory
be recovered.
Memory Type
√Memory Card
1. Set the [Power] switch to [PLAYER].
M.Play Select
√Photo
1.
[PLAYER]
2. Set the [Mode] switch to [MEMORY].
Delete
2.
[MEMORY]
3. Press the [MENU] button.
Delete All
■ The menu list will appear.
3.
[MENU]
Protect
√Off
■
4. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
Print Mark
<Memory>, then press the [OK] button.
4.
[Zoom]
<Memory> (
†
5. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
ZOOM Move
OK Select
MENU Exit
),
[OK]
<Format>, then press the [OK] button.
5.
[Zoom]
<Format> (
),
6. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
[OK]
desired option (Int. Memory or Memory Card),
5
6.
[Zoom]
<Int.
M.Player Mode
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then press the [OK] button. (VP-D365W(i) only)
),
Memory or Memory Card> (
Back
■ If you select <Int. Memory> or <Memory Card>,
Copy to
[OK]
(
VP-D365W(i))
a message <All files will be deleted!
Format
Back
■
<Int. Memory> (
)
Do you want to format?> is displayed.
Int. Memory
<Memory Card> (
),
<All files will be
7. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select <Yes>,
Memory Card
deleted!
then press the [OK] button.
!
Do you want to format?> (
■ <Complete!> is displayed when the format is
?)
completed.
ZOOM Move
OK Select
MENU Exit
7.
[Zoom]
<Yes>,
[OK]
8. To exit, press the [MENU] button.
[ Notes ]
■
<Complete!> (
!)
■
If you execute the Format function, all photo
7
8.
[MENU]
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images/moving images will be erased completely and
800x600
erased photo images/moving images cannot be
[
]
recovered.
■
/
All files will be deleted !
■
Formatting the Memory Card using a different device
Do
you
want
to
format?
will cause Memory Card read errors.
Yes
■
No
■
Do not turn the power off in the middle of the
■
formatting.
■
■
➥ 68
A Memory Card with the protection tab set to save will
100-0002
not be formatted. ➥page 68
■
■
Do not format the Memory Card on a PC. <Not
PC
<Not
formatted !> message may appear if a Memory Card formatted on a
)
formatted !> (
PC was inserted.
†
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Recording Moving Images (MPEG) on the Memory Card
✤ You may record moving images while in <M.Cam> mode and store the images
on the Memory Card. ➥page 19
✤ You can record moving images with audio on the Memory Card.
✤ The screen format of the moving image to be recorded is 720x576.
➥ 19
)
720x576
PLAY
E
1
RA
ME
CA
PLA
Y
1.
2.
3.
[CAMERA]
[MEMORY]
[Start/Stop]
■
ER
A
ER
CA M
[Start/Stop]
[
2
MPEG4
[PHOTO]
4.
]
■
4GB
2GB
1,000
MPEG
[MENU]
[OK]
■
■
MPEG
[MENU]
■
QU
MEICK
NU
PLAY
E
■
*.avi (avi 1.0)
RA
√
ME
3 4
R
[ Notes ]
■ Support memory cards ranging up to 4GB and a movie can
be recorded up to 2GB of file size.
■ MPEG files can be stored in the Memory Card up to 1,000
files.
■ [MENU] button and [OK] button are not available while
recording moving images. To use [MENU] button and
[OK] button, stop recording. Recording moving images is
not available when a MENU or QUICK MENU is displayed
on the screen. To start recording, press the [MENU]
button to make it disappear.
■ Before using the Recording moving images function, check
whether the Memory Card is inserted into the Camcorder.
■ Moving images that you recorded are saved in *.avi (avi 1.0)
file format on the Memory Card.
■ The files that you recorded are saved in a following folder.
(see illustration right)
■ The moving images on a Memory Card are a smaller size
and lower definition than images on tape.
■ The sound is recorded in mono.
■ The following functions are not allowed in <M.Cam> Mode.
DIS (Digital Image Stabilizer), Digital Zoom, Fade, Program
AE, Visual Effect, Slow Shutter.
■ While recording on a Memory Card, don’t insert or eject the
tape as it may record noise.
■ While recording on a Memory Card, don’t eject the Memory
Card or it may break the data on the Memory Card or
Memory Card itself.
■ Turning the power off while accessing the Memory Card may
damage the data stored on the Memory Card.
<M.Cam> (
R
Saving Moving Images onto a Memory Card
1. Set the [Power] switch to [CAMERA].
2. Set the [Mode] switch to [MEMORY].
3. Press the [Start/Stop] button, the moving images are
recorded on the Memory Card in MPEG4.
■ You can record a photo image on Memory Card by
pressing the [PHOTO] button instead of the [Start/Stop]
button.
4. Press the [Start/Stop] button to stop the recording.
(MPEG)
✤
✤
✤
CA
■
(
)
■
■
■
MSAMSUNG
<M.Cam> (
(
,
)
),
,
,
,
■
SSMOV
100SSMOV
■
■
<Moving image>
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Playing Moving Images (MPEG) on the Memory Card (M.Play Select)
(MPEG)
(
)
✤ The Moving Images Playback function works only in <M. Player> mode. ➥page 19
✤
<M. Player> (
)
MPEG
➥
✤ You can play the moving images on the Memory Card. Stereo audio is played
19
back at the same time.
✤
✤ Playing back on a PC shows better quality than on a TV.
✤
1. Set the [Power] switch to [PLAYER].
1.
[PLAYER]
2. Set the [Mode] switch to [MEMORY].
2
2.
[MEMORY]
3. Press the [MENU] button.
■ The menu list will appear.
3.
[MENU]
■
4. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select <Memory>, then
.
press the [OK] button.
4.
[Zoom]
<Memory> (
5. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select <M.Play Select>,
),
[OK]
then press the [OK] button.
5.
[Zoom]
<M.Play Select> (
6. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select <Movie>, then
),
[OK]
press the [OK] button.
6.
[Zoom]
<Movie> (
),
7. To exit the menu, press the [MENU] button.
[OK]
œœ/√
√√ (REV/FWD)] buttons, search for the
8. Using the [œ
4
M.Player Mode
7.
[MENU]
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moving image that you want to playback.
√Memory
√√ (REV/FWD)]
8.
[œœ/√
√/❙❙ (PLAY/STILL)] button.
9. Press the [√
Memory Type
√Memory Card
9.
[√/■■ (PLAY/STILL)]
■ The moving images recorded on the Memory Card will
M.Play Select
■
√Photo
playback.
Delete
■
√√(REV/FWD)],
[√/■■ (PLAY/STILL)], [œœ/√
■ You can control playback using the [√
√/❙❙ (PLAY/STILL)],
Delete All
[■ (STOP)]
œœ/√
√√ (REV/FWD)], and [■ (STOP)] buttons.
[œ
Protect
√Off
[ Notes ]
Print Mark
[
]
■ Direct accessing the M.Play Select function is available simply
†
■
[QUICK MENU]
using the [QUICK MENU] button. ➥page 20
ZOOM Move
OK Select
MENU Exit
➥ 20
■ [MENU] button and [OK] button are not available
■
MPEG
[MENU] [OK]
while moving image playback.
[MENU]
[OK]
6
To use [MENU] button and [OK] button, stop
M.Player Mode
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MPEG
playback.
Back
Moving image playback is not available when a menu or
Memory Type
■
MPEG
Quick menu is displayed on the screen. To start playback,
M.Play Select
Photo
press the [MENU] button to make it disappear.
Delete
Movie
■ There may be broken or mosaic pictures while playing moving
■
Delete All
images, but it is not malfunction.
Protect
■ The moving images that you recorded on the Memory Card
■
Print Mark
MPEG4
may not play on other manufacturer’s.
†
■ The moving images recorded by another Camcorder may not
■
ZOOM Move
OK Select
MENU Exit
Video
play on by this Camcorder.
Codec
CD
■ To playback moving images on a PC, the Video Codec (in the
CD provided with the camcorder) should be installed.
Microsoft Windows Media Player Version 9
- You need Microsoft Windows Media Player Version 9 or higher version in
order to play moving images on the Memory Card on your PC.
Microsoft
- You can download the Microsoft Windows Media Player applied each
http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/download/default.a
languages on Microsoft Website,
sp
“http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/download/default.asp”.
Microsoft Windows Media Player
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Recording a Moving Image from a Cassette as a Photo Image
✤ This function works only in <Player> mode. ➥page 19
✤ You can record a Moving Image from a cassette as a Photo Image.
✤ If you want to move recorded multiple photo images from a cassette
to a Memory Card, use the COPY function.
✤
✤
✤
COPY(
1. Set the [Power] switch to [PLAYER].
2. Set the [Mode] switch to [TAPE].
➥ 19
<Player> (
4
3. Playback the cassette.
)
1.
[Power]
[PLAYER]
2.
[Mode]
[TAPE]
3.
4. Press the [PHOTO] button.
■ The photo image is recorded on the Memory
Card.
■ During the time it takes to save an image, the
playback screen is paused and the OSD is
displayed. (see illustration right)
OK
4.
[PHOTO] .
ME
RA
■
■
(
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)
25min
Now copying...
[ Notes ]
■ Photo images copied from the cassette to the
Memory Card are saved in a 640x480 format.
■ Number of images you can save varies depending
on the image resolution.
[
]
■
640x480
■
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Digital Still Camera Mode
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Copying Still Images from a Cassette to Memory Card (Photo Copy)
✤ The Photo Copy function works only in
<Player> mode. ➥page 19
✤ You can copy still images recorded with photo
function on a cassette onto a Memory Card.
✤ Rewind the tape to the point which you wants.
4
(
✤
Player Mode
√Tape
Photo Search
Photo Copy
Audio Select
Audio Effect
➥ 19
✤
√Sound[1]
√Off
)
<Player> (
Photo
✤
1. Set the [Power] switch to [PLAYER].
ZOOM
2. Set the [Mode] switch to [TAPE].
3. Press the [MENU] button.
■ The menu list will appear.
5
Select
OK
Exit
1.
[Power]
[PLAYER]
2.
[Mode]
[TAPE]
3.
[MENU]
■
4.
ZOOM
Move
OK
Select
MENU
[Zoom]
[OK]
SP
Photo Copy
[Zoom]
(
0:44:38:03
25min
Photo searching...
),
6.
[ ■ (STOP)]
7.
■
Now copying...
[ Note ]
Still images copied from the cassette to the Memory
Card are saved in 640x480 format.
[
OK
82
Back
MENU
Exit
),
<Photo Copy>
[OK]
■
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25min
Photo Copy
<Tape> (
Exit
5.
6
6. The Camcorder automatically performs the still
image search to find still images and
copy starts.
7. Press the [■ (STOP)] button to stop copying.
■ Copy stops when the cassette is finished or
Memory Card is full.
MENU
Player Mode
Back
Photo Search
Photo Copy
Audio Select
Audio Effect
4. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
<Tape>, then press the [OK] button.
5. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
<Photo Copy>, then press the [OK] button.
■ All still images that recorded on a cassette
tape will be copied into a Memory Card.
Move
■
]
640x480
Digital Still Camera Mode
(
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Copies Files from the Memory Card to the Built-in
Memory (Copy to) (VP-D365W(i) only)
(
VP-D365W(i))
✤
✤ The Copy to function works only in <M.Player> mode. ➥page 19
✤ You can copy selected or all images stored in the Memory Card to
the built-in memory.
<M.Player> (
✤
PLAY
E
ME
RA
R
1
1. Set the [Power] switch to [PLAYER].
➥
)
19
CA
1.
[Power]
[PLAYER]
2.
[Mode]
[MEMORY]
2. Set the [Mode] switch to [MEMORY].
PLA
Y
ER
3. Press the [MENU] button.
■ The menu list will appear.
ER
A
3.
4. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
<Memory>, then press the [OK] button.
4
6. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select options
(Back, This File or All Files), then press [OK]
button.
■ To go back to the previous mode, select <Back>.
■ If <This File> or <All Files> is selected, <Now
copying…> is displayed and copying starts.
6
7. To exit, press the [MENU] button.
4.
M.Player Mode
√Memory
Memory Type
M.Play Select
Delete
Delete All
Protect
Print Mark
√Memory Card
√Photo
Move
OK
Select
M.Player Mode
Back
Copy to
Format
<Memory> (
5.
[Zoom]
[OK]
<Copy to> (
6.
[Zoom]
Files> (
,
[OK]
MENU
Exit
■
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■
Back
This File
All Files
7.
Previous
Next
),
√Off
†
ZOOM
[Zoom]
[OK]
),
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†
5. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
<Copy to>, then press the [OK] button.
[MENU]
■
CA M
MENU
<Back, This File or All
),
,
<Back> (
)
<This File> (
)
<All
Files> (
) , <Now copying…>
(
...)
,
[MENU]
Exit
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Digital Still Camera Mode
(
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ENGLISH
Marking Images for Printing (Print Mark)
(
)
✤ The Print Mark function works only in <M.Player> mode. ➥page 19
✤
<M.Player> (
)
➥ 19
✤ This Camcorder supports the DPOF (Digital Print Order Format) print format. ✤
DPOF (Digital Print Order Format)
✤ You can automatically print images recorded on a Memory Card with a
✤
DPOF
printer supporting DPOF.
✤
✤ There are 2 ways to make a Print Mark.
- <This File> (
):
- <This File> : You can set a print mark on the photo image displayed on
.
999
the LCD Screen. It can be set up to 999.
- <All Files> (
):
- <All Files> : To print 1 copy each of all of the
1.
[Power]
[PLAYER].
5
stored images.
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M.Player Mode
[Mode]
[MEMORY].
2.
1. Set the [Power] switch to [PLAYER].
√Memory
2. Set the [Mode] switch to [MEMORY].
Memory Type
√Memory Card
■ The last recorded image appears.
√√ (REV/FWD)] ,
3.
[œœ/√
M.Play Select
√Photo
œœ/√
√√ (REV/FWD)] buttons, search for the
3. Using the [œ
Delete
4.
[MENU] .
photo image that you want to mark.
Delete All
4. Press the [MENU] button.
Protect
√Off
■ The menu list will appear.
Print Mark
5.
[Zoom]
<Memory> (
),
5. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select <Memory>,
[OK]
ZOOM Move
OK Select
MENU Exit
then press the [OK] button.
6.
[Zoom]
<Print Mark> (
),
6. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select <Print
[OK]
Mark>, then press the [OK] button.
7.
[Zoom]
<All Off, This File or All Files>
7
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M.Player Mode
7. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select desired
,
),
[OK]
(
Back
option (All Off, This File or All Files), then press the
.
Memory
Type
002
[OK] button.
M.Play Select
<This File> (
),
[Zoom]
8.
8. If you select <This File>, move the [Zoom] lever up or
Delete
[OK] .
down to select the quantity, then press the [OK] button.
Delete All
All
Off
[MENU]
9.
9. To exit, press the [MENU] button.
■
■
†
Protect
Print Mark
This File
All Files
002
†
†
Previous
Next
MENU
Exit
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800x600
<All Off>(
■
■
002
■
100-0002
■
■
84
)
File>(
[
√
Removing the Print Mark
To remove all Print Marks select <All Off>.
To remove individual file’s Print Mark, select the file
and set <This File> to <000>.
9
[ Notes ]
■ Direct accessing the Print Mark function is available
simply using the [QUICK MENU]. ➥page 20
■ If the Print Mark is set to <This File>, you can set the
number of copies from <000> to <999>.
■ If the Print Mark is set to <All Files>, you can set the
number of copies to <1>.
■ The <All Files> option may require extended operation
time depending on the number of stored images.
■ DPOF supporting printers are commercially available.
■ Use the USB cable provided with the Camcorder.
■
<000>
]
[QUICK MENU]
Print Mark
<This File> (
<000>
<999>
<All Files> (
<1>
<All Files> (
)
USB
DPOF
➥ 20
),
),
)
<This
PictBridgeTM
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only) (
ENGLISH
PictBridgeTM
VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i))
Printing Your Pictures – Using the PictBridgeTM
✤ PictBridge function works only in <M.Player> mode. ➥page 19
✤ By connecting the Camcorder to printers with PictBridge support
(sold separately), you can send images from the Memory Card
directly to the printer with a few simple operations.
✤ With the PictBridge Support, you can control the printer directly
through your Camcorder in order to print out stored pictures. For
direct printing of your stored pictures using the PictBridge function,
you must connect your Camcorder to a PictBridge printer using a
USB cable.
TM
Connecting To a Printer
PictBridgeTM
✤ PictBridgeTM
➥ 19
✤
✤
<M.Player> (
PictBridge
)
(
)
PictBridge
PictBridge
USB
PictBridge
4
M.Player Mode
2/46
1. Turn your printer power off.
√System
■ Turn your Camcorder on by setting the [Power]
Clock Set
switch to [PLAYER].
Remote
√On
Beep Sound
√On
2. Set the [Mode] switch to [MEMORY].
USB Connect
√Computer
3. Press the [MENU] button.
Language
√English
■ The menu list will appear.
4. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
ZOOM Move
OK Select
MENU
<System>, then press the [OK] button.
5. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
6
<USB Connect>, then press the [OK] button.
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M.Player Mode
6. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
Back
Clock Set
<Printer>, then press the [OK] button.
Remote
■ <Computer> : Connect to a computer.
Beep Sound
■ <Printer> : Connect to a printer. (To use the
USB Connect
Computer
Language
PictBridge function, connect to a printer.)
Printer
7. Connect your Camcorder to the printer using the
ZOOM Move
OK Select
MENU
provided USB cable.
8. Turn your printer power on.
■ The PictBridge menu screen appears automatically after a short
period.
■ The cursor highlights <Print>.
8.
1.
■
2.
3.
[Power]
[PLAYER]
[Mode]
[MEMORY]
[MENU]
■
Exit
4.
[Zoom]
[OK]
[Zoom]
5.
<System> (
<USB Connect> (USB
[OK]
<Printer> (
)
)
6.
■
■
Exit
7.
[Zoom]
[OK]
<Computer> (
):
<Printer> (
):
PictBridge
USB
■
■
)
(
)
PictBridge
<Print> (
)
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PictBridgeTM
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only) (
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Selecting Images
œœ/√
√√
1. In the <PictBridge> settings menu, press the [œ
(REV/FWD)] buttons to select an image to print.
Setting the Number of Prints
2. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select <Copies>,
then press the [OK] button.
3. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to set the number of
prints, then press the [OK] button.
Setting the Date/Time Imprint Option
4. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
<Date/Time>, then press the [OK] button.
5. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select the
Date/Time display type, then press the [OK] button.
■ Date/Time display type: <Off>, <Date>, <Time>,
<Date&Time>
Printing Images
Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select <Print>, then
press the [OK] button, and selected image files will be
printed.
Canceling the Printing
To cancel the image printing, press [OK] button again.
The message “Cancel” appears and the image printing will
be canceled.
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M.Player Mode
Back
Print
Copies
Date/Time
Num.
1.
√√ (REV/FWD)]
[œœ/√
<PictBridge>
02
2.
[Zoom] l
<Copies> (
)
[OK]
Previous
Next
Previous
3.
[Zoom]
4.
[Zoom]
[OK]
[Zoom]
[OK]
/
<Time>(
[OK]
100-0002
/
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M.Player Mode
Back
Print
Copies
Date/Time
5.
Off
Date
Time
Date&Time
Next
■
<Date/Time> (
/
)
/
)
: <Off>(
), <Date>(
<Date&Time>(
&
)
100-0002
[Zoom]
<Print> (
)
[OK]
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M.Player Mode
Back
Print
Copies
Date/Time
[ Notes ]
■ The Date/Time Imprint Option may not supported by all
printers. Check with your printer manufacturer. The
<Date/Time> menu cannot be setup if the printer does
Previous
not support this option.
■ The PictBridgeTM is a registered trademark of CIPA
(Camera & Imaging Products Association), an image transfer standard
developed by Canon, Fuji, HP, Olympus, Seiko Epson, and Sony.
■ PictBridge supporting printers are commercially available.
■ Use the USB cable provided with the Camcorder.
■ Use the AC power adapter for your Camcorder during PictBridge Direct
Printing. Turning your Camcorder off during the printing might damage
data on the Memory Card.
■ Printing photo images is supported. Moving images are not available for
printing.
■ You can set various printing options depending on the printer.
■ Please refer to the user’s manual of the printer for details.
86
PictBridgeTM
VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i))
Cancel(
[
Next
100-0002
]
■
■
/
<Date&Time> (
PictBridgeTM
CIPA (
-
■
■
■
■
■
■
USB
PictBridge
[OK]
)
PictBridge
/
).
)
),
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IEEE 1394 Data Transfer
IEEE 1394
Transferring IEEE1394 (i.LINK)-DV Standard Data Connections
(VP-D361i/D361Wi/D362i/D363i/D364Wi/D365Wi only)
IEEE1394 (i.LINK)-DV
(
VPD361i/D361Wi/D362i/D363i/D364Wi/D365Wi)
Connecting to a DV Device
(DVD Recorder, Camcorder, etc.)
■
Connecting to other DV standard products.
- A standard DV connection is quite simple.
- If a product has a DV jack, you can transfer data by connecting to
the DV jack using the correct cable. (not supplied)
DV
With a digital connection, video and audio signals are transmitted in
digital format, allowing high quality images to be transferred.
(
■
If you want to transmit data to a PC, you must install an IEEE 1394
add-on card into the PC. (not supplied)
The frame rate for moving image is dependent on the capacity of the
PC.
)
)
!!!
(4
, 6 ).
4
■
Connecting to a PC
■
,
- DV
-
!!! Please be careful as there are two types of DV jacks (4pin,
6pin). This Camcorder has a 4pin jack.
■
(DVD
■
PC
■
PC
1394
■
(
PC
IEEE
)
PC
System Requirements
■
■
■
■
CPU : faster Intel® Pentium III™ 450MHz compatible.
Operating system : Windows® 98SE, ME, XP, Mac OS (9.1~10.4)
Main memory : more than 64 MB RAM
IEEE1394 add-on card or built in IEEE1394 card
■
■
■
■
[ Note ]
■ Operation is not guaranteed for all the recommended computer
environments mentioned above.
[
Intel® Pentium III™ 450MHz
: Windows® 98SE, ME, XP, Mac OS (9.1~10.4)
64 MB RAM
IEEE1394
IEEE1394
CPU :
]
■
87
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[ Notes ]
■ When you transmit data from the Camcorder to another DV device,
some functions may not work. If this occurs, please reconnect the DV
cable or turn the power OFF and ON again.
■ When you transmit data from the Camcorder to PC, PC function
button is not available in <M.Player> mode.
■ Do not use other DV device when using IEEE1394.
■ Do not connect the Camcorder to a PC using both DV and USB
cables. It may not operate properly.
■ The IEEE1394 cable (DV cable)is sold separately.
■ Moving image software is commercially available.
■ Most DV enabled PCs have a 6 pin jack. In this case, a 6pin/4pin
cable is required for the connection.
■ Most DV enabled Notebooks and Laptops have a 4 pin socket. Use a
4pin/4pin cable for the connection.
■ DIS and COLOR NITE are not available when in DV (IEEE1394)
mode. If DV (IEEE1394) mode is set, DIS and COLOR NITE modes
will be released.
■ When using this Camcorder as a recorder, the pictures that appear
on a monitor may seem uneven, however recorded pictures will not
be affected.
88
DV
1.
2.
[Power]
[PLAYER]
[Mode]
[TAPE] (
VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i))
3.
DV
(
)
DV
DV
DV
QU
MEICK
NU
PLAY
E
A
R
Recording with a DV Connection Cable
1. Set the [Power] switch to [PLAYER].
2. Set the [Mode] switch to [TAPE].
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
3. Connect the DV cable (not supplied) from
the DV jack of the Camcorder to the DV
jack of the other DV device.
■ Make sure that
is displayed.
4. Press the [Start/Stop] button to begin
REC PAUSE mode.
■ <PAUSE> is displayed.
5. Start playback on the other DV device
while you monitor the picture.
6. Press the [Start/Stop] button to start recording.
■ If you want to pause recording momentarily, press the
[Start/Stop] button again.
7. To stop recording, press the [■ (STOP)] button.
IEEE 1394
ER
IEEE 1394 Data Transfer
CA
M
■
4.
[Start/Stop]
PAUSE
■
<PAUSE>(
REC
)
5.
6.
[Start/Stop]
■
[Start/Stop]
[ ■ (STOP)]
7.
[
]
■
DV
DV
[Power]
PC
■
(
■
IEEE1394
[ON]
PC
)
IEEE1394
DV
■
■
[OFF]
(DV
DV
USB
PC
)
■
■
DV
PC
6
.
/4
■
■
■
DIS
DV
4
4 /4
COLOR NITE
DV (IEEE1394)
DV (IEEE1394)
, DIS
COLOR NITE
6
USB Interface
USB
(
VP-D362(i)
(VP-D362(i)/D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only) /D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i))
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Using USB Interface (VP-D362(i)/D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
USB
USB Connection Speed depending on the System
High speed USB connection is supported by Microsoft (Windows) device drivers only.
■ Windows 98SE/ME - Full Speed USB
■ Windows 2000 - High speed USB on a system with Service Pack 4 or later
installed.
■ Windows XP - High speed USB on a system with Service Pack 1 or later installed.
(
VP-D362(i)/D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i))
✤
✤
USB 1.1
USB 2.0. (
USB
VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i))
PC
(DV Driver, Video Codec, DirectX 9.0)
USB
Transferring a Digital Image through a USB Connection
✤ The Camcorder supports both USB 1.1 and 2.0 standards.
(Depends on the PC specification)
✤ You can transfer a recorded file in Memory Card to a PC via a
USB connection. (VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
✤ If you transfer data to a PC, you need to install the software (DV
Driver, Video Codec, DirectX 9.0) supplied with the Camcorder.
✤
PC
PC
)
(
USB
Microsoft (Windows)
USB
■
Windows 98SE/ME USB
■
Windows 2000 USB
■
Windows XP USB
Service Pack 4
Service Pack 1
System Requirements
Windows
Windows System
CPU
OS(Operating System)
Memory
HDD capacity
Resolution
USB
■
Minimum
Intel Pentium III™, 600MHz
Windows® 98SE/ME
128MB
1GB or more
1024 x 768 dots 24bit Colour
USB1.1
®
Recommended
Intel Pentium 4™ , 2GHz
Windows® 2000/XP
512MB
2GB or more
1024 x 768 dots 24bit Colour
USB2.0 High Speed
CPU
®
It is not available for Macintosh systems.
[ Notes ]
■ USB 2.0 works for removable disk and USB streaming functions.
■ On a slower PC than recommended, movie playback may not be smooth or
video editing may take a long time.
■ On a slower PC than recommended, movie playback may skip frames or operate
unexpectedly.
■ Intel® Pentium III™ or Pentium 4™ is a trademark of the Intel Corporation.
■ Windows® is a registered trademark of the Microsoft® Corporation.
■ All other brands and names are property of their respective owners.
■ Operations are not guaranteed for all of the recommended computer
environments mentioned above.
■ Do not connect the Camcorder to a PC using both DV and USB cables. It may
not operate properly.
■ In <M.Cam> or <M.Player> mode, be sure that the Memory Card is inserted into
Camcorder before connecting USB cable. If no Memory Card or an unformatted
Memory Card is inserted, PC will not recognize your Camcorder as a removable
disk. (VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
■ USB Streaming requires Video Codec, DV Driver and DirectX 9.0.
■ If you disconnect the USB cable from the PC or the Camcorder during the data
transfer, the data transfer will stop and the data may be damaged.
■ If you connect the USB cable to a PC using a USB HUB or with other devices at
the same time, it may cause conflict and may not work properly. If this occurs,
remove all other USB devices and try the connection again.
Intel® Pentium III™, 600MHz
Windows® 98SE/ME
128MB
1GB
1024 x 768 dots 24
USB1.1
USB
Intel® Pentium 4™ , 2GHz
Windows® 2000/XP
512MB
2GB
1024 x 768 dots 24
USB2.0
USB Macintosh
[ Notes ]
■
USB 2.0
■
■
■
■
PC
PC
Intel® Pentium III™
Pentium 4™ Intel
®
®
Windows Microsoft
■
■
■
■
DV
USB
<M.Cam> (
)
PC
<M.Player> (
USB
)
PC
■
■
■
USB
(
VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i))
Video Codec, DV Driver and DirectX 9.0
USB
USB HUB
PC
USB
89
USB Interface
USB
(
VP-D362
(VP-D362(i)/D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only) (i)/D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i))
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Selecting the USB Device (USB Connect)
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
USB
(USB
)(
D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i))
✤ USB Connect function works only in <M.Player> mode. ➥page 19
✤ Using the USB cable, you can connect your Camcorder to a
computer to copy your moving images and photo images from the
Memory Card (or built-in memory; VP-D365W(i)), or to a printer to
print your images.
✤ USB
19
✤
<M.Player> (
PLAY
E
(
1.
[Power]
[PLAYER]
2.
[Mode]
[MEMORY]
ME
RA
R
1
.➥
)
USB
; VP-D365W(i))
1. Set the [Power] switch to [PLAYER].
2. Set the [Mode] switch to [MEMORY].
VP-
CA
3. Press the [MENU] button.
■ The menu list will appear.
PLA
Y
ER
3.
[MENU]
■
5. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
<USB Connect>, then press the [OK] button.
6. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
<Computer> or <Printer>, then press the [OK]
button.
■ You can select <Computer> to use the
Camcorder as a PC Camera, USB Stream or
removable disk.
■ You can select <Printer> to use the
Pictbridge feature. ➥page 84
ER
A
4. Move the [Zoom] lever up or down to select
<System>, then press the [OK] button.
CA M
4
M.Player Mode
√System
Clock Set
Remote
Beep Sound
USB Connect
Language
ZOOM
6
OK
ZOOM
Move
OK
[Zoom]
[OK]
5.
[Zoom]
)
6.
[Zoom]
<Printer> (
<System> (
),
2/46
√On
√On
√Computer
√English
Select
M.Player Mode
Back
Clock Set
Remote
Beep Sound
USB Connect
Language
7. To exit, press the [MENU] button.
90
Move
4.
MENU
■
Exit
■
2/46
Pictbridge
7.
Computer
Printer
Select
MENU
Exit
<USB Connect> (USB
[OK]
<Computer> (
),
[OK]
<Computer> (
)
<Printer> (
. ➥ 84
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USB Interface
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Installing DV Media PRO Program
✤ To play back moving images recorded by the Camcorder or streaming data
transferred through the USB connection on a PC, the Video Codec
program should be installed.
✤ Do not connect the Camcorder to PC before installing
the program.
✤ If another Camcorder or scanner is connected, please
disconnect it in advance.
✤ This explanation is based on Windows® 98SE OS.
✤ DV Media Pro User's Manual is included on the
accompanying CD(D:/help/) in Adobe's Portable
Document Format (PDF) The user's manual can be
viewed using Acrobat Reader software, which is also
included on the CD (D:/Support/AcrobatReader/
AcroReader51_ENU_full.exe).
(The Acrobat Reader is a freeware product of AdobeSystems,Inc.)
✤ DV Media Pro User’s Manual is in English.
Program Installation
1. Insert the software CD into the CD-ROM drive of your computer.
■ Installation selection screen appears.
2. If the installation selection screen does not appear after inserting the CD,
click “Run” in the Windows “Start” menu and execute Autorun.exe file to
begin installation. When CD-ROM drive is set to “D:drive”, type
“D:/autorun.exe” and press Enter.
3. Click the icons listed below to install the selected software.
■ DV Driver Click
- USB removable Disk Driver (Windows® 98SE only)
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
- USB PC CAMERA & STREAMING Driver (CAPTURE DRIVER)
- Connect a Camcorder to your PC to complete the DV Driver
installation.
1) This function works only in Camera mode.
2) Connect the camcorder to the PC using the USB cable.
3) The SAMSUNG A/V Capture driver installation begins on the PC.
■ DirectX 9.0 Click
■ Video Codec Click
The Video Codec needs to be installed in order to play the moving
images (stored in the Memory Card) on a PC or to use the USB
Streaming/PC Camera functions.
DV Media PRO
✤
PC
USB
✤
✤
,
✤
Windows 98SE OS
✤ DV Media Pro
PDF
CD(D:/help/)
Acrobat
Reader
(D:/Support/AcrobatReader/AcroReader51
_ENU_full.exe)
( Acrobat Reader AdobeSystems,Inc.
)
✤ DV Media Pro
®
1.
CD
CD-ROM
■
2.
CD
Run
D:drive
Windows
Start
Autorun.exe
. CD-ROM
D:/autorun.exe
3.
■
■
■
DV
- USB
Disk Driver (
Windows® 98SE) (
VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i))
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- USB PC
DV
1)
2)
USB
3)
/
DirectX 9.0
Video Codec
/
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Connecting to a PC
1.
1. Connect a USB cable to the USB jack on
the PC.
■ If a USB cable is connected to the
Camcorder's USB jack, the Multi Cable
is disabled.
2. Connect the other end of the USB cable
into the USB jack on the Camcorder. (USB
jack)
■ If PC is connected with the USB to the
Camcorder, only the [Power] switch,
[Mode] switch, [Zoom] lever can be
operated.
✤ After completing the data transmission, you must disconnect the
cable in the following way:
1. Select the removable disc icon and click the right mouse button to
select <Eject>.
2. Select <Confirm> and disconnect the USB cable when the Windows
Splash screen appears.
USB
QU
MEICK
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2.
USB
USB
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[Zoom]
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USB
[Power] , [Mode]
USB
✤
,
1.
2.
Windows
[
]
:
<Eject>
<Confirm>
■
[ Notes ]
■ If you disconnect the USB cable from the PC or the Camcorder while
transferring, the data transmission will stop and the data may be
damaged.
■ If you connect the USB cable to a PC via a USB HUB or
simultaneously connect the USB cable along with other USB devices,
the Camcorder may not work properly. If this occurs, remove all USB
devices from the PC and reconnect the Camcorder.
USB
USB
R
Disconnecting the USB Cable
USB
■
USB
■
USB HUB USB
USB
PC
USB
.
,
USB Interface
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Using the PC Camera Function
✤ This function works only in <Camera> mode. ➥page 19
✤ To use the PC Camera function, DV Driver, Video Codec and DirectX
9.0 programs must be installed in the PC.
✤ You can use this Camcorder as a PC Camera.
✤ When you connect to a Web site that provides video chatting
functions, you can use your Camcorder for such functions.
✤ When using this camcorder for video conferencing (such as Net
Meeting), voice communication may not be supported depending on
the video conferencing software. In this case, connect an external
microphone to the soundcard of the PC to enable voice
communication.
✤ Using the Camcorder with PC Net Meeting program installed, you
can participate in video conference.
✤ The PC Camera's screen size (Transferred video frame rate for the
PC Camera function is max 12.5 fps.)
- 640X480 (VGA) pixels for USB 2.0 connection.
✤ If PC is connected with the USB to the Camcorder, only the [Power]
switch, [Mode] switch, [Zoom] lever can be operated.
✤
✤
<Camera> (
➥
)
,DV
19
,
DirectX 9.0
✤
✤
(
✤
),
,
✤ PC
PC
12.5 fps
- USB 2.0
✤
USB
, [Zoom]
640X480 (VGA)
[Power]
, [Mode]
PLAY
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1. Set the [Power] switch to [CAMERA].
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PLA
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2.
[Power]
[CAMERA]
[Mode]
[TAPE]
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2. Set the [Mode] switch to [TAPE].
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3. Connect one end of the USB cable to the USB jack
on the Camcorder and the other end to the USB
connector on your computer.
3.
USB
USB
2
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USB
Using the USB Streaming Function
✤ This function works in both <Camera> and <Player> modes.
➥page 19
✤ To use USB streaming, the DV Driver, Video Codec and DirectX 9.0.
programs must be installed in the PC.
✤ You can view Camcorder video on your PC using USB streaming.
✤ You can also store it as a moving image in the "avi" file format, or as
a photo image in the "jpg" file format on a PC.
✤
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✤
<Camera> (
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USB
USB
1. Set the [Power] switch to [CAMERA] or [PLAYER], set the [MODE]
switch to [TAPE] (VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only).
1.
[Power]
[TAPE] (
2. Connect one end of the USB cable to the USB jack on the
Camcorder and the other end to the USB jack on your computer.
2.
USB
USB
3. Setup and execute Windows Movie Maker or the Ulead VIDEO
Studio Software application provided on the CD.
■ For detailed instructions for Ulead VIDEO Studio use, refer to the
program’s Help function.
■ Windows Movie Maker is used for WINDOWS ME and XP users.
(C:/program files/Movie maker/moviemk.exe)
3.
2. Connect one end of the USB cable to the USB jack on the
Camcorder and the other end to the USB jack on your computer.
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DirectX
JPG
[CAMERA] [PLAYER], [MODE]
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USB
Windows Movie Maker
WINDOWS ME
(C:/program files/Movie maker/moviemk.exe)
(
✤
USB
1.
[Power]
[MEMORY]
2.
,
CD
Windows Movie Maker
Ulead
VIDEO Studio Software
■
Ulead VIDEO Studio
,
■
3.
3. To verify whether the removable disk has been properly recognised,
open Windows Explorer and locate the removable disk.
,
avi
Using the removable Disk Function
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
1. Set the [Power] switch to [CAMERA] or [PLAYER], set the [Mode]
switch to [MEMORY].
DV
<Player> (
9.0
✤
✤
✤ You can easily transfer data from a Memory Card to a PC without
additional cards via a USB connection.
,
)
USB
USB
XP
VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i))
[CAMERA]
[PLAYER],
[Mode]
USB
,
Windows Explorer
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Maintenance
After Finishing a Recording
,
1.
[TAPE EJECT]
■
3
2.
PLA
Y
3.
4.
[Power]
[Off]
A
ER
The Battery Pack should be release after recording is
completed.
1. Open the Casstte door while sliding the [TAPE
EJECT] switch in the direction or the arrow.
■ Pull the cassette compartment out automatically.
■ Please wait while the tape is completely ejected.
2. After removing the tape, close the door and store the
Camcorder in a dust free environment.
Dust and other foreign materials can cause squareshaped noise or jerky images.
3. Set the [Power] switch to the [Off].
4. Disconnect the power source or remove the Battery
Pack. Press the [BATTERY RELEASE] button located
on the bottom of the Camcorder and slide the Battery
Pack in the direction of the arrow.
✤
✤
1
ER
✤ At the end of a recording you must remove the power
source.
✤ When recording with a Battery Pack, leaving the pack
on the Camcorder can reduce the life span of the
battery.
[BATTERY
CA M
RELEASE]
Usable Cassette Tapes
When you have recorded something that you wish to keep,
you can protect it so that it will not be accidentally erased.
a. Protecting a tape: Push the safety tab on the cassette so
that the hole is uncovered.
b. Removing the tape protection:
If you no longer wish to keep the recording on the
cassette, push the safety tab back so that
it covers the hole.
How to store a tape
a. Avoid places with magnets or magnetic interference.
b. Avoid humidity and dust prone places.
c. Keep the tape in an upright position and avoid storing it
in direct sunlight.
d. Avoid dropping or knocking your tapes.
,
a SAVE
a.
b.
:
I
b REC
a.
b.
c.
d.
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Maintenance
Cleaning and Maintaining the Camcorder
Cleaning the Video Heads
To ensure normal recording and clear pictures, clean the video heads
when the playback pictures display square block-shaped noise or
distortion, or a blue screen appears.
,
1. This function works only in
<Player> mode. ➥page 19
1.
2. Set the [Mode] switch to
[TAPE].
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i)
only)
2.
)
(blue screen)
3.
3. Insert the cleaning tape.
√/❙❙ (PLAY/STILL)] button.
4. Press the [√
[ √/■■ (PLAY/STILL)]
4.
[ ■ (STOP)]
5. 10
5. Press the [■ (STOP)] button after 10 seconds.
[ Notes ]
■ Check the quality of the picture using a videocassette.
- If the picture quality has not improved, repeat the operation.
■ Clean the video heads with a dry type cassette cleaner.
■ Some cleaning cassette products stop automatically. Refer to the
cleaning cassette’s instructions for detailed information. If the
problem continues after the cleaning, consult your nearest Samsung
dealer or Authorized Service Centre. (blue screen)
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Maintenance
Using Your Camcorder Abroad
✤ Each country or region has its own electric and colour systems.
✤ Before using your Camcorder abroad, check the following items.
Power sources
■
■
You can use your Camcorder in any country or area with the supplied
AC Power adapter within 100V to 240V, 50/60 Hz.
Use a commercially available AC jack adapter, if necessary,
depending on the design of the local wall outlet.
✤
✤
■
100V-240V
50/60Hz
■
Colour system
You can view your recording in the Viewfinder.
However, to view it on a television or copy it to a videocassette recorder,
the television or VCR must be PAL-compatible and have the appropriate
audio/video jacks.
Otherwise, you may need to use a transcoder.
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, Korea, Mexico,
Philippines, Taiwan, United States of America, etc.
[ Note ]
You can make recordings with your Camcorder and view pictures on the
LCD Screen from anywhere in the world.
,
PAL
/
PAL
,
,
,
,
,
,
,
,
,
,
,
,
,
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NTSC
,
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LCD
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Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
✤ Before contacting a Samsung authorized service centre, perform the
following simple checks.
They may save you the time and expense of an unnecessary call.
✤
Self Diagnosis Display
Display Blinking
Tape end!
Informs that...
Action
slow
the Battery pack is almost discharged. Change to a charged one.
slow
When the remaining time on the
tape is about 2 minutes.
Prepare a new one.
Tape end!
no
the tape reached its end.
Change to a new one.
No Tape!
slow
there is no tape in Camcorder.
Insert a tape.
slow
If you want to record,
the tape is protected from recording. release the protection.
slow
the Camcorder has some
mechanical fault.
Protection!
....D
L
C
R
slow
moisture condensation has formed
in the Camcorder.
.
Tape end!
!)
Tape end!
!)
No Tape!
)
Protection!
!)
1. Eject the tape.
2. Set to OFF.
3. Detach the battery.
4. Reattach the battery.
* If unresolved contact your local
samsung service centre.
2
.
.
.
.
1.
2.
3.
4.
....D
L
C
R
.
.
.
.
see below.
Moisture Condensation
■ If the Camcorder is brought directly from a cold place to a warm
place, moisture may condense inside the Camcorder,
on the surface of the tape, or on the lens. In this condition, the tape
may stick to the head drum and be damaged or the unit may not
operate correctly.
To prevent possible damage under these circumstances, the
Camcorder is fitted with a moisture sensor.
■ If there is moisture inside the Camcorder,
(DEW) is displayed. If
this happens, none of the functions except cassette ejection will
work.
Open the cassette compartment and remove the Battery.
Leave the Camcorder for at least two hours in a dry warm room.
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...
■
,
LENS
,
,
■
(DEW)
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Troubleshooting
Self Diagnosis Display in M.Cam/M.Player Modes
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
Display
Blinking
Informs that...
Action
No Memory
Card!
slow
There is no Memory Card
in the Camcorder.
Insert a Memory Card.
Memory full!
slow
There is not enough
memory to record.
Change to a new Memory
Card. Erase recorded
image.
No image!
slow
There are no images
recorded on the Memory
Card.
/
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...
Memory full!
)
(
Record new images.
No image!
!)
(
.
Write protect!
slow
The Memory Card is
record protected.
Release the write protect
tab on the Memory Card.
Protect!
slow
When you try to delete to
protected image.
Cancel the protection of
image.
(
!)
The Camcorder can not
playback.
(
Read error!
!)
.
Write error!
!)
(
.
slow
slow
The Memory Card needs
to format.
Format a Memory Card or
insert Memory Card
recorded on this
Camcorder.
Format a Memory Card or
change to a new Memory
Card.
Format a Memory Card.
(see page 78)
Now deleting...
slow
When progressing file
delete.
Wait until delete has been
finished.
Memory Card
Error !
slow
If inserted Memory Card is
not recognised by the
Camcorder.
Eject and re-insert the
memory card
Try another Memory Card
Write error!
Not formatted!
slow
The Camcorder can not
record.
VP-
No Memory
Card !
)
(
Write protect!
!)
(
Read error!
(
.
Protect!
.
Not
formatted!
(
.
.
.
.
. ( 78
!)
Now deleting...
(
...)
Memory Card
Error !
!)
(
.
.
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Troubleshooting
✤ If these instructions do not solve your problem, contact your nearest
Samsung authorized service centre.
✤
,
/
Symptom
Explanation/Solution
You cannot switch the
Camcorder on.
Check the Battery pack or the AC Power adapter.
Start/Stop button does not
operate while recording.
Check the Power switch is set to CAMERA.
You have reached the end of the cassette.
Check the record protection tab on the cassette.
The Camcorder shuts off
automatically.
You have left the Camcorder set to STBY for more
than 5 minutes without using it.
The Battery pack is fully exhausted.
Charge runs out quickly.
The atmospheric temperature is too low.
The Battery pack has not been charged fully.
The Battery pack is completely dead, and cannot
be recharged, Use another Battery pack.
When you see a blue screen
during playback.
The video heads may be dirty.
Clean the head with a cleaning tape.
A vertical strip appears on the
screen when recording a dark
background.
The contrast between the subject and the
background is too great for the Camcorder to
operate normally. Make the background bright to
reduce the contrast or use the BLC function while
you are recording in bright Surroundings.
Start/Stop
.
,
The image in the Viewfinder is The Viewfinder lens has not been adjusted.
Adjust the Viewfinder control lever until the
blurred.
indicators displayed on the Viewfinder come into
sharp focus.
Auto focus does not work.
Check the Manual Focus menu.
Auto focus does not work in the Manual Focus
mode.
Play, FF or REW button does
not work.
Check the Power switch. Set the Power switch to
PLAYER.
You have reached the beginning or end of the
cassette.
When you see a mosaic
pattern during playback
search.
This is normal operation and it is not a failure or
defect.
The tape may be damaged. Replace the tape.
Cleaning the video heads (see page 96).
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5
.
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Play, FF
REW
Power
Power
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Troubleshooting
Setting menu items
Main
Menu
Sub Menu
Camera Program AE
Functions
Selecting the Program AE
Function
White Balance Setting the White Balance
Visual Effect
Setting the Digital special effect
16:9 Wide
Setting the 16:9 Wide Function
DIS
Selecting the Digital Image
Stabilizing
Digital Zoom
Selecting the Digital Zoom
Searching pictures recorded in
Tape Photo Search
Tape
Photo Copy
Copying still images from a
cassette to Memory Card
Audio Select
Selecting the Audio playback
channel
Audio Effect
Selecting the Audio Effect
Rec
Mode
Selecting the recording speed
Record
Audio Mode
Selecting Sound Quality for
recording
WindCut Plus
Minimizing wind noise
Real Stereo
Selecting the Real Stereo
AV In/Out @
Selecting the AV input/output
Memory Memory Type # Selecting the memory type
Photo Quality
Selecting Image Quality
!
M.Play Select
Selecting Storage Media (Photo,
Movie) to playback
Delete
Deleting Files
Delete All
Deleting All files
Protect
Preventing Accidental Erasure
Print Mark
Print images recorded on a
Memory Card
Copy To #
Copying the image of Memory
Card to int. memory
Format
Formatting the Memory Card
File No.
File Numbering Options
Available Mode
.Cam M.Player
Camera Player M !
!
✔
Page
!
49, 50
✔
✔
✔
✔
51
52, 53
54
✔
55
✔
56
✔
✔
82
✔
63
Record
✔
✔
✔
66
44
✔
✔
44
✔
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✔
45
46
67
70
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80
✔
✔
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76
77
75
✔
84
✔
83
✔
78
72
Program AE
✔
Visual Effect
)
(
16:9 Wide
)
(16:9
DIS
✔
52, 53
✔
54
✔
55
16:9
✔
51
✔
56
Photo Search
)
(
Photo Copy
(
)
Audio Select
✔
57
✔
82
✔
63
Audio Effect
✔
66
Rec Mode
✔
✔
44
Audio Mode
✔
✔
44
WindCut Plus
✔
✔
45
Real Stereo
✔
AV
Photo Quality
M.Play Select
46
✔
/
#
(
,
67
✔
✔
✔
✔
)
✔
70
71
✔
80
Delete
✔
76
Delete All
✔
77
Protect
✔
75
Print Mark
✔
84
Copy To #
)
✔
83
Format
✔
78
File No.
!
@
#
49, 50
White Balance
AV In/Out
(A/V
/
@
Memory Memory Type
!
!
✔
)
Digital Zoom
Tape
57
✔
✔
✔
Camera
✔
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Troubleshooting
Main
Menu
Sub Menu
Display LCD Bright
Functions
Setting the Brightness tone of
the LCD Screen
Available Mode
.Cam M.Player
Camera Player M !
!
✔
✔
✔
✔
Page
!
Display
29
(
)
✔
✔
✔
✔
29
Date/Time
Setting the Date and Time
✔
✔
✔
✔
30
TV Display
Selecting OSD on/off of TV
✔
✔
✔
✔
31
Setting the Clock Set
✔
✔
✔
✔
23
Date/Time
/
TV Display
(TV
Clock Set
(
Remote
Remote #
Using the remote control
✔
✔
✔
✔
24
Beep Sound
Beep Sound
Setting the Beep sound
✔
✔
✔
✔
25
Shutter Sound
✔
✔
USB Connect $ Setting the USB
Language
Selecting the OSD language
✔
Demonstration
Demonstration
✔
✔
✔
System
✔
90
✔
27
✔
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29
LCD
✔
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29
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30
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31
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23
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✔
24
✔
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25
✔
✔
OSD
/
!
USB Connect
(USB
$
USB
Language
OSD
✔
Demonstration
✔
28
!:
#:
$:
TM
“Memory Stick” and
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VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i)
VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i)
VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i)
TM
■
Memory Stick
SONY
■
,
™
!
LCD
#
26
! : VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only
# : VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only
$ : VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only
102
(
Setting the Colour tones of the
LCD Screen
Shutter Sound ! Setting the Shutter sound
■
LCD Colour
LCD Colour
System Clock Set
■
LCD Bright
(
®
✔
✔
26
✔
90
✔
27
28
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Specifications
Model Name: VP-D361(i)/D361W(i)/D362(i)/D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i)
: VP-D361(i)/D361W(i)/D362(i)/D363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i)
System
Video signal
Video recording system
Audio recording system
Usable cassette
Tape speed
Tape recording time
FF/REW time
Image device
Lens
Filter diameter
LCD Screen/Viewfinder
Size/dot number
LCD Screen Method
Viewfinder
Connectors
Video output
S-video output
Audio output
DV input/output
USB output
External mic
PAL
2
PAL
2 rotary heads, Helical scanning system
Rotary heads, 12/16b PCM system
Digital video tape (6.35mm width): Mini DV cassette
SP: approx. 18.83mm/s LP: approx. 12.57mm/s
SP: 60 minutes (when using DVM 60),
LP: 90 minutes (when using DVM 60)
Approx. 150 sec. (using DVM60 tape)
CCD (Charge Coupled Device) (800k pixels)
F1.6 33x, 1200x(Digital) Electronic zoom lens
Ø27
,
,12/16b
(6.35mm ): Mini DV
SP: 18.83
/
LP: . 12.57
/
SP: 60
(
DVM 60), LP: 90
. 150 . (
DVM60
)
CCD (
) (800k
)
F1.6 33x, 1200x(
l)
Ø27
FF/REW
LCD
LCD
2.5inch 112K(VP-D361(i)/D362(i)/D363(i) only) /
2.7inch(wide) 230K(VP-D361W(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) only)
TFT LCD
Colour LCD
1Vp-p (75Ω terminated)
Y: 1Vp-p, 75Ω, C: 0. 286Vp-p, 75Ω
-7.5dBs (600Ω terminated)
4pin special in/out connector
Mini-B type connector
Ø3.5 stereo
2.5
112K(
VP-D361(i)/D362(i)/D363(i)) / 2.7inch(
230K(
VP-D361W(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i) )
TFT LCD
LCD
1Vp-p (75Ω
)
Y: 1Vp-p, 75Ω, C: 0. 286Vp-p, 75Ω
-7.5dBs (600Ω
)
4
Mini-B
Ø3.5
/
MIC
General
Power source
Power source type
Power consumption
(Recording)
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
External dimension
Weight
Internal MIC
Remote control
(VP-D363(i)/D364W(i)/
D365W(i) only)
DC 8.4V,
DC 8.4V, Lithium Ion Battery Pack 7.4V
Lithium Ion Battery Pack, Power supply (100V~240V) 50/60Hz
3.9W(LCD), 3.7W(Viewfinder)
0˚~40˚C (32˚F~104˚F)
-20˚C ~ 60˚C (-4˚F ~ 140˚F)
Height 3.62inches(93mm), Length 4.63inches(105mm),
Width 2.52inches(53mm)
0.904lb (350g, 14.46oz) (Except for Lithium Ion Battery
Pack and tape)
Omni-directional stereo microphone
Indoors: greater than 49ft(15m) (straight line),
Outdoors: about 16.4ft(5m) (straight line)
- These technical specifications and design may be changed without notice.
DVM 60)
/
/
SDV
USB
(
(
)
MIC
7.4V
,
(100V~240V) 50/60Hz
3.9W(LCD), 3.7W(
)
0˚~40˚C (32˚F~104˚F)
-20˚C ~ 60˚C (-4˚F ~ 140˚F)
3.62
(93mm),
4.63
(105mm),
(53mm)
350 (
)
MIC
:
15m (
),
5 (
)
2.52
(
VPD363(i)/D364W(i)/D365W(i))
-
103
)
ENGLISH
Index
-AAccessories ................................ 8
AF/MF ....................................... 48
Audio Dubbing .......................... 62
Audio Mode ............................... 44
-BBattery Pack ............................. 16
BLC ........................................... 41
-CCassette ................................... 32
Cleaning ................................... 96
Clock Set ................................... 23
Connecting ............................... 87
-DDate/Time ................................. 30
DC Cable .................................. 19
Deleting .............................. 76~77
Demonstration........................... 28
DIS............................................. 55
DV.............................................. 87
-EEASY.Q Mode .......................... 35
Exposure .................................. 47
-FFade ......................................... 40
Formatting ................................ 78
Frame advance ........................ 60
Function buttons ......................... 9
-HHand Strap ............................... 14
-IIEEE1394 ........................... 87~88
-LLCD .......................................... 29
104
-MMemory Card ........................... 68
Memory Stick ........................... 68
Moving Image Recording.......... 79
-OOSD ................................... 21, 22
-PPhoto Copy .............................. 82
Photo Quality ............................ 71
Photo Search ............................ 57
Program AE .............................. 49
Protection ................................. 75
Photo images ........................... 73
-RRec Mode ................................. 44
Rec Search .............................. 36
Remote ..................................... 24
Remote control ......................... 13
-SShutter Speed .......................... 47
Sound ................................. 25~26
Speaker .................................... 58
-TTele Macro................................. 39
TV Display ................................. 31
-UUSB .................................... 89~94
-VViewfinder ................................. 32
Visual Effect ............................. 52
-WWhite Balance ........................... 51
WindCut Plus ............................ 45
-ZZERO MEMORY ...................... 37
Zoom ........................................ 39
-A............................................8
/
.................48
..................................62
..................................44
-B......................................16
..................................41
-C..........................................32
..........................................96
..................................23
..........................................87
-D/
.................................30
..................................19
....................................76~77
..........................................28
......................55
DV.............................................87
-E..................................35
..........................................47
-F..........................................40
.....................................78
..........................................60
.......................................9
-H.........................................14
-IIEEE1394............................87~88
-LLCD ..........................................29
-M......................................68
......................................68
..............................79
-OOSD ....................................21, 22
-P..................................82
..................................71
..................................57
..........................49
..........................................75
..................................73
..................................44
..................................36
.....................................24
..................................13
-R..................................47
....................................25~26
......................................58
-S..........................................39
...................................31
TV
-UUSB.....................................89~94
-V......................................32
.................................52
-W......................................51
..................................45
-Z..................................37
..........................................39
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