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CAM150
User manual
Contents
1 Important
2
Safety
Notice
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2 Your camcorder
Introduction
What's in the box
Functional overview
3 Get started
Load the Micro SD card
Turn on
First-time setup
Charge the built-in battery
4 Use your water and drop proof
camcorder
Record video
Take pictures
Play
Options during video play
Adjust settings
5 Use more of your camcorder
View video or pictures on TV
Install and use the camcorder software
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1 Important
Safety
a Read these instructions.
m After use in sea water, immediately
rinse the camcorder with fresh water
to prevent corrosion, then clean the
camcorder with a soft dry cloth and let it
dry in a well-ventilated place away from
direct sunlight.
n Do not use this camcorder in water
deeper than 3 meters (10 feet) or for
longer than 30 minutes.
b Keep these instructions.
c Heed all warnings.
d Follow all instructions.
e Clean only with dry cloth.
f Do not block any ventilation openings.
Install in accordance with the
manufacturer's instructions.
g Do not install near any heat sources such
as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or
produce heat.
h Only use attachments/accessories
i personnel. Servicing is required when
the apparatus has been damaged in any
way, such as power-supply cord or plug
is damaged, objects have fallen into the
apparatus or does not operate normally.
j Do not place any sources of danger on
the apparatus (e.g. lighted candles).
k Before use underwater, always securely
close the protective cover at the bottom
of the camcorder.
l Never open the protective cover
underwater or when the camcorder is
still wet after use underwater.
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device that are not expressly approved by
Philips Consumer Lifestyle may void the user’s
authority to operate the equipment.
Notice
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class
B limits for radio noise emissions from digital
apparatus as set out in the Radio Interference
Regulations of the Canadian Department of
Communications. This Class B digital apparatus
complies with Canadian ICES-003.
The set complies with the FCC-Rules, Part 15
and with 21 CFR 1040.10. Operation is subject
to the following two conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful
interference, and
2. This device must accept any interference
received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
This product is designed to be waterproof in
compliance with IEC 60529 IP68.
Disposal of your old product and
batteries
Your product is designed and manufactured
with high quality materials and components,
which can be recycled and reused.
Never dispose of your product with other
household waste. Please inform yourself about
the local rules on the separate collection of
electrical and electronic products and batteries.
The correct disposal of these products helps
prevent potentially negative consequences on
the environment and human health.
Please visit for additonal information on a
recycling center in your area.
Caution
Removal of the built-in battery invalidates the warranty
and may destroy the product.
Always bring your product to a professional to
remove the built-in battery.
Note
The safety logo and power rating information are
located at the inner side of the protective cover at the
bottom of the camcorder.
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2 Your camcorder
Introduction
With this portable camcorder, you can:
take full HD (1080P), sports HD (720P
with 60 FPS) or VGA movies
take pictures
take the camcorder underwater (up to 3
meters, 10 feet)
take with you anywhere thanks to the
rugged and drop-proof design (1.5-meter
drop-proof)
play recorded movies or pictures either
directly or on the large screen of a
connected TV
upload the recorded movies or pictures to
the Internet directly via your PC/Mac
What's in the box
Make sure that the following items are packed
in the box:
Camcorder
USB cable (with a mini USB connector)
Quick start guide
Pouch
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Functional overview
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a Built-in speaker
b Display panel
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mode.
In play mode, play a selected video clip.
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Navigate left/right in a menu.
Select a menu option.
In play mode, turn to the previous/next
picture/video clip.
( the scene selection window.
( the settings menu.
e +/
Navigate up/down in a menu.
Change a value in the settings menu.
During video play, change the volume.
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on the display panel.
f Shutter button
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start/stop video recording.
mode.
g Fastener
Secure the protective cover.
h Protective cover
i Mini USB socket
Connect to a PC/Mac through the
supplied USB cable.
j Reset button
Restore default settings.
k Micro SD socket
Connect a Micro SD card.
l Mini HDMI socket
Connect to a TV through an HDMI
cable with a mini HDMI connector
(type C).
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m Tripod socket
n
Turn on/off the camcorder.
o MODE
Switch between picture and video
recording modes.
p Built-in microphones
q Lens
r Flashlight
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3 Get started
Turn on
Load the Micro SD card
Press .
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language selection is displayed (See
''Get started - Set the OSD language).
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mode.
To turn off the camcorder:
Press and hold .
» The backlight on the display panel
turns off.
Tip
To save energy, the camcorder turns off automatically
after being idle for 3 minutes.
First-time setup
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time, a menu for OSD language selection is
displayed.
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Press +/- to select a language.
Press
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» An inquiry box for date and time
setting is displayed.
1
Unlock the fastener on the protective
cover.
3
2
3
Press to highlight [Yes].
» A date setting menu is displayed.
Flip open the protective cover.
4
Press / to select the day, month and
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6
Press +/-
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Press / to select the hour and minute
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Press +/-
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Insert a Micro SD card (not supplied) into
the micro SD socket.
Make sure that the the Micro SD card
is not write-protected.
Make sure that the metal contact of
the card faces up.
Close the protective cover securely.
Press
» A time setting menu is displayed.
Press
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Tip
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Connect the camcorder to a PC through
the supplied USB cable.
» The status indicator on the shutter
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Wait until the status indicator stops
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» The built-in battery is fully charged.
See 'Use your camcorder - Adjust settings' for more
settings.
Select a special effect
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special effect setting.
to enter
Press +/- to select a special effect.
Press
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Or press to cancel and go back to
Tip
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It takes about 3 hours to fully charge the built-in
battery via the PC.
You can also charge the camcorder via a USB
adaptor (not supplied) connected to mains
power. The charge time is about 2 hours.
Charge the built-in battery
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protective cover at the bottom of the
camcorder.
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4 Use your water
and drop proof
camcorder
Take pictures
1
Press MODE once or twice until
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displayed at the upper right corner of the
display panel.
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of pictures that can be taken are
displayed on the display panel.
2
Hold the camcorder steadily and aim the
lens as needed.
3
Press the shutter button down halfway to
adjust the focus.
4
Press the shutter button down completely
to take a picture.
» [Picture saved!]
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Note
This camcorder is designed to be drop-proof (1.5
meters, 5 feet) and water-proof (3 meters, 10 feet).
You can take this camcorder 3 meters (10 feet)
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happening underwater.
You can also take it out with you on the beach,
in the pool or anywhere you like.
Warning
After use underwater, make sure to rinse the
camcorder with tap water, then wipe with a soft dry
cloth.
Never open the protective cover when the camcorder
is still wet after use underwater.
Record video
1
Press MODE once or twice until
is
displayed at the upper right corner of the
display panel.
» The selected resolution and remaining
recording time are displayed on the
display panel.
2
Hold the camcorder steadily and aim the
lens as needed.
3
Press the shutter button to start recording.
» A red time indicator is displayed on
the display panel.
» The status indicator on the shutter
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Play
1
to enter
play mode.
» The last recorded media is played
automatically.
2
Press / to select a picture or video
clip for play.
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to start play.
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2
3
In play mode, press
4
Press to highlight [Yes]
deletion operation.
» [Deleted!]
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Press + to enter the edit window.
Press + again to enter the window for
To exit the operation, press
highlight [No].
to
Press the shutter button again to end recording.
» [Recording saved!]
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Zoom in a picture
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2
3
4
In play mode, press
picture.
/
to select a
Press + to enter the edit window.
Press
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2
3
In play mode, press
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Press +/-/ / to pan through the
enlarged picture.
To return to normal view, press
.
Press + to enter the edit window.
Press -
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- again.
Preview
Trim a video clip
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In play mode, press -.
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on each page.
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be edited (trimmed) on the camcorder.
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In play mode, press
recorded video clip.
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3
Press + to enter the edit window.
/
to select a
Press to enter the trim window.
» A bar for video trimming is displayed
at the top of the window.
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7
Press
8
Press +/- to select an option, then press
to set the starting point you want.
Press
Press
to set the ending point you want.
Press
» A video trim menu is displayed.
Menu option
[Go back]
[Preview edit]
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[Cancel and exit]
Description
Go back to the trim
window.
Preview the trimmed video
clip.
Save the trimmed video
Cancel the trim operation
and exit.
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During preview, hold
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» A tag operation menu is displayed.
2
Press +/- to select an option, then press
/ to highlight [Yes]"
Menu option
[Play all]
[Play tagged]
[Quick
impression]
[Clear all tags]
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Options during video play
Fast forward/reverse
During video play, press and hold / .
To return to the normal speed, release
/ .
Adjust volume level
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During video play, press +/-.
Adjust settings
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» A settings menu is displayed.
2
3
4
Press +/- to highlight an option.
Press
/
[Format SD
card]
[TV system]
Clear contents from the micro
SD card.
Change this setting if the
output video does not appear
correctly on your TV.
to select a setting.
Press
Settings
menu option
[Flash]
[Resolution]
[Photo Size]
[Scene]
[Smile
Detection]
[Dual
recording]
[Autoplay]
[Pre-record]
[Capture
sound]
[Date]
[Time]
[Language]
Description
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[Off] or [Auto].
Select a video resolution: [Full
HD] (for best video quality),
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moving objects), or [Standard]
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be saved (the higher the photo
Select an automatic exposure
mode that matches your shot
for easy shooting.
Enable/disable smile detection.
Record full HD and
compressed QVGA videos at
the same time.
Start automatic play when the
camcorder is connected to a
PC.
Enable/disable 3-second prerecord mode.
Turn on/off the capture sound.
Set the date.
Set the time.
Select your desired menu
language.
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5 Use more of
your camcorder
Install and use the camcorder
software
Warning
View video or pictures on TV
If you remove the supplied software, you will not be
able to get one from ArcSoft for free.
With the software (ArcSoft MediaImpression
HD Edition) available in the internal memory
of the camcorder, you can import, edit, archive
or upload your pictures/videos to the Internet
easily.
Mini HDMI /
HDMI
Note
The software supplied only works on PCs that operate
Microsoft® Windows® XP, Vista and Windows 7.
When you connect the camcorder to a Mac, use the
iMovie software to import and edit your pictures/
videos directly.
Install the camcorder software
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protective cover at the bottom of the
camcorder.
2
Connect an HDMI cable (not supplied) to:
the HDMI socket on the camcorder
(requiring a mini HDMI connector)
the HDMI input socket on an HDTV
» An inquiry box for output mode
selection is displayed.
3
To output the exact camcorder display
with menu options to the TV screen, select
[TV].
To output the camcorder display
without menu options to the TV
screen, select [Live CAM].
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play.
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Connect the camcorder to a PC (see 'Get
started' > 'Charge the built-in battery').
2
If the software does not install
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installation of the software.
Install and use the camcorder
software
1
On your PC, click Start\(All) Programs\
ArcSoft MediaImpression HD Edition.
» The main screen of the software is
displayed.
2
Click an option to select the corresponding
operation.
3
Follow the on-screen instructions to
complete the operation.
Transfer video/pictures to a PC/Mac
1
Connect the camcorder to a PC/Mac
(see 'Get started' > 'Charge the built-in
battery').
» It may take some time for the PC/Mac
2
Find your video/pictures at My
Computer\CAM150\DCIM\100MEDIA
or My Computer\CAM150 SD\
DCIM\100MEDIA.
3
Copy any video/pictures you want to your
designated folder in the PC/Mac.
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camcorder software (for PC) or iMovie (for Mac).
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6 Technical
specifications
Product information is subject to change
without prior notice.
Image sensor
Operation
modes
Lens (focusing)
Focus mode
Focus range
Aperture
+
Exposure
control
White balance
Auto power off
Memory
Shutter type
Shutter speed
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format
Video container
format
(compression)
Video
resolution
format
Battery
PC interface
System support
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1/3.2" 8MP CMOS sensor
Movie record, picture record
Auto focus f=4.76mm
Auto focus
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F2.8
5X
Auto
Auto
3 minutes
64MB (512Mbit) DDR2 +
128MB SLC (96MB for AP)
+ Micro-SD card Slot
Electronic
1/2~1/4000 second
JPEG
*.MP4 (H.264 )
Full HD (1080p 30) 1920
X1080 (30fps)
Sports HD (720p 60)
1280X720 (60fps)
VGA (4:3) 640X480 (30fps)
AAC
1100mAh Li-ion (built-in);
120-minute battery life time
based on 720P recording
Mini USB 2.0 port
Windows XP/Vista/
Windows 7, Mac (mass
storage only )
TV out
Power rating
Weight
Dimensions
(W x H x D)
NTSC/PAL selectable, Mini
HDMI (type C)
DC 5V, 500mA
145 g
57.6 x 109.2 x 21.5 mm
7 Frequently
asked questions
(FAQ)
Why is there no response when I use the
camcorder?
*
The camcorder is in power-off mode. Turn
on the camcorder (see 'Get started' >
'Turn on').
*
The built-in battery may be drained.
Charge the battery (see 'Get started' >
'Charge the built-in battery').
Why is [Memory full!] displayed when I try to
record?
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Ensure that the Micro SD card has been
inserted correctly (see 'Get started' >
'Load the Micro SD card').
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The memory is used up. Save your video/
pictures to a computer (see 'Use more of
your camcorder' > 'Transfer video/pictures
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camcorder or clear the memory.
How much memory is needed for 1 hour of
Full HD recording?
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The camcorder uses 4GB on average
for 1 hour of Full HD video. For a more
complex video recording (e.g. with lots of
motions in the video, or a lot of panning),
the camcorder will use more memory. This
is done to maintain the video quality, but
will increase the usage of memory.
Why do I have no access to folders on the
camcorder from my computer?
*
Ensure that the USB connection is correct.
*
The camcorder turns off automatically
15 minutes after it is connected to a
computer. You can press
to turn it on
again.
Why do my video/pictures look blurry?
*
Hold the camcorder steady in your hands
during shooting.
*
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During video capture, do not move the
camcorder too fast.
Use a tripod (not supplied) if necessary.
Why do my video/pictures look distorted on a
TV screen?
*
Select the correct TV system.
How do I charge the camcorder?
*
You can charge the camcorder via
the supported USB cable. When you
connect it to your PC/laptop it will
automatically charge. You can also connect
the camcorder to a USB charger via the
supplied USB cable.
How long do I have to charge the camcorder?
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usage. The camcorder charge time when
connected to your PC/laptop is 3 hours.
When you charge it via USB adaptor, the
charge time is 2 hours.
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charge the battery?
CAM150 can be charged via regular
USB adaptors, which are readily available
in electronic stores. CAM150 is also
compatible with iPhone adaptors.
How do I fast-forward or rewind on the
camcorder?
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You can fast-forward during play of a
movie by pressing the right-button for 2
seconds. You can rewind during play of a
movie by pressing the left-button for 2
seconds.
Camcorder stopped responding?
*
In the unlikely event that your camcorder
stops responding, you can manually reset
it. The reset button is located under the
protective cover. There you see a small
opening beside the USB socket. Please use
a small prying object (like a pen) to insert
and press gently for resetting. After you
have reset the camcorder, please turn on
the camcorder again, and set-up will start
again.
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Why does the camcorder sometimes not
record the right color?
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To record both indoors and outdoors,
and not having to change any settings,
the camcorder has an automatic whitebalance correction. This enables you to
record both indoors and outdoors where
the amount of light in the environment
changes. If you move fast from outdoors to
indoors, the camcorder might need some
time to correct that, and in extreme cases
the colors might seem a bit unnatural.
However, after a few seconds this will be
corrected automatically by the camcorder.
Can I connect the camcorder directly to TV,
DVD/Blu-ray player or Home Cinema set via
their USB-port?
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The USB connection is designed to share
your videos/pictures to your PC or Laptop.
You can connect the CAM150 directly
to your TV, DVD/Blu-ray player or Home
cinema set (called the host from this point
on), and it will play the pictures that are
stored on the CAM150. To play the videos
from the CAM150, it depends if your host
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CAM150. Most Blu-ray enabled players are
able to play this format.
How do I connect it to a Windows PC/laptop?
*
Connect the camcorder to your PC/laptop
via USB. For easy sharing and editing, install
the software program (Media Impression
HD) that comes with the camcorder.
How do I connect it to a Mac?
*
The camcorder works with the Mac via
USB. The camcorder works great with
the iMovie software, which is part of the
iLife package that comes with your Mac.
To transfer videos using iMovie, simply
connect the camcorder to your Mac via
USB, launch iMovie and start importing
by clicking the camcorder icon. Select ‘Use
original quality’ to ensure the best quality,
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How do I play my videos on TV?
*
To play back on TV, please use an HDMI
connector (mini HDMI to standard HDMI)
if your TV accepts HDMI input.
Why is there no lens cover?
*
The camcorder comes without a lens
cover, keeping it simple to use and fussfree. It is made of robust material that
doesn't scratch under normal usage. A
travel pouch and a lens cloth are provided,
allowing you to keep the camcorder clean.
What format does the camcorder record in?
*
The camcorder uses the same video
format as Blu-ray players and discs – H.264.
This highly sophisticated format delivers
superb HD picture quality.
What does pre-record mean that is in the
setting?
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The pre-record button is designed to
let you never miss a moment. When
you enable the pre-record function, the
camcorder will record video 3 seconds
before you have pressed the record
button. So when you play-back the
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pressed the record button. This can be
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The pre-record function will not drain
battery life, it will operate as normal.
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camcorder, set [Dual recording] to [Off]
before you record video (see 'Use your
camcorder' > 'Adjust settings').
Tips on video making
*
You can easily look back on fun moments
and relive them with the camcorder. To
enjoy these memories to the fullest, here
are some simple video tips:
When capturing videos, hold your
camcorder steady in your hand
Don't move too fast when panning (i.e.
will be hard to follow what is captured
when you review the video
Try shooting from different angles – for
example, from the side, from the front,
or even from below. You can easily join
the different video segments together
with the PC software included
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product sold “AS IS” by some retailers.
This Limited Warranty does not cover:
F Shipping charges to return defective product to Philips.
F abor charges for installation or setup of the product, adjustment of customer controls on the product, and installation or
repair of antenna/signal source systems outside of the product.
F !roduct repair and/or part replacement because of improper
installation or maintenance, connections to improper voltage
supply, power line surge, lightning damage, retained images or
screen markings resulting from viewing fixed stationary content for extended periods, product cosmetic appearance items
due to normal wear and tear, unauthorized repair or other
cause not within the control of Philips.
F amage or claims for products not being available for use, or
for lost data or lost software.
F amage from mishandled shipments or transit accidents when
returning product to Philips.
F product that requires modification or adaptation to enable
it to operate in any country other than the country for which
it was designed, manufactured, approved and/or authorized, or
repair of products damaged by these modifications.
F product used for commercial or institutional purposes
(including but not limited to rental purposes).
F !roduct lost in shipment and no signature verification receipt
can be provided.
F ailure to operate per Owner’s Manual.
TO OBTAIN ASSISTANCE IN THE U.S.A., PUERTO
RICO, OR U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS…
Contact Philips Customer Care Center at:
1-888-PHILIPS (1-888-744-5477)
TO OBTAIN ASSISTANCE IN CANADA…
1-800-661-6162 </8-2Speaking)
1-888-PHILIPS (1-888-744-5477) - (English or Spanish
Speaking)
REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT AS PROVIDED UNDER THIS
WARRANTY IS THE EXCLUSIVE REMEDY #THE CONSUMER. PHILIPS SHALL NOT BE LIABLE #ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES #BREACH ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY ON THIS PRODUCT. EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT PROHIBITED BY APPLICABLE
LAW, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY MERCHANTABILITY OR
%$$ #A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ON THIS PRODUCT
IS LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE DURATION THIS
WARRANTY.
Some states do not allow the exclusions or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, or allow limitations on how long an
implied warranty lasts, so the above limitations or exclusions may
not apply to you.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights. You may have other rights which vary from state/province to state/province.
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