GY-HM660U/GY-HM660E GY-HM660RE GY-HM620U/GY

INSTRUCTIONS (BASIC)
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HD MEMORY CARD CAMERA RECORDER
GY-HM660U/GY-HM660E
GY-HM660RE
GY-HM620U/GY-HM620E
TIME
CODE
This manual provides a brief explanation on
operating this camera recorder. For detailed
operation methods and camera settings,
please refer to the “INSTRUCTIONS”
provided in the supplied CD-ROM or the
following Mobile User Guide.
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The specifications and appearance of this product are subject to changes for further improvement
without prior notice.
Please check the latest version of the INSTRUCTIONS from the following Mobile User Guide. You can
also download the PDF from the Mobile User Guide.
Mobile User Guide
When you are outside, you can refer to the instructions from your Android phone or iPhone.
http://manual3.jvckenwood.com/pro/mobile/global/
You can view the Mobile User Guide using the browser on your Android phone or iPhone.
For Customer Use:
Enter below the Serial No. which is located
on the body.
Retain this information for future reference.
GY-HM660U/GY-HM620U
Model No.
Serial No.
IM 1.05
Please read the following before getting started:
Thank you for purchasing this product.
Before operating this unit, please read the
instructions carefully to ensure the best
possible performance.
In this manual, each model number is
described without the last letter (U/E) which
means the shipping destination.
(U: for USA and Canada, E: for Europe)
Only “U” models (GY-HM660U/GY-HM620U)
have been evaluated by UL.
B5A-1234-10
FOR USA
These are general IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS and certain items may not
apply to all appliances.
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
Introduction
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Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this apparatus near water.
Clean only with dry cloth.
Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s
instructions.
Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or
other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs,
convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table
specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus.
When a cart is used, use caution when moving the
cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when
unused for long periods of time.
Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as
power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen
into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not
operate normally, or has been dropped.
CAN ICES-3 A / NMB-3 A
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Safety Precautions
FOR USA AND CANADA
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
Introduction
This device complies with Part 15 of
FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) This
device may not cause harmful
interference, and (2) this device must
accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
Changes or modifications not
approved by JVC could void the
user’s authority to operate the
equipment. This equipment has been
tested and found to comply with the
limits for a Class A digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful
interference when the equipment is
operated in a commercial
environment.
This equipment generates, uses, and
can radiate radio frequency energy
and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may
cause harmful interference to radio
communications. Operation of this
equipment in a residential area is
likely to cause harmful interference in
which case the user will be required
to correct the interference at his own
expense.
CAUTION:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF
ELECTRIC SHOCK.
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR
BACK).
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS
INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO
QUALIFIED SERVICE
PERSONNEL.
The lightning flash with
arrowhead symbol, within
an equilateral triangle is
intended to alert the user to
the presence of uninsulated
“dangerous voltage” within
the product’s enclosure that
may be of sufficient
magnitude to constitute a
risk of electric shock to
persons.
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The exclamation point within
an equilateral triangle is
intended to alert the user to
the presence of important
operating and maintenance
(servicing) instructions in
the literature accompanying
the appliance.
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WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR
SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT
EXPOSE THIS UNIT TO RAIN OR
MOISTURE.
POUR CANADA
ATTENTION
Introduction
RISQUE
D’ELECTROCUTION
NE PAS OUVRIR
AVERTISSEMENT : POUR EVITER
LES RISQUES D’INCENDIE OU
D’ELECTROCUTION, NE PAS
EXPOSER L’APPAREIL A LA
PLUIE NI A L’HUMIDITE.
ATTENTION:
POUR EVITER TOUT RISQUE
D’ELECTROCUTION NE PAS
OUVRIR LE BOITER. AUCUNE
PIECE INTERIEURE N’EST A
REGLER PAR L’UTILISATEUR. SE
REFERER A UN AGENT QUALIFIE
EN CAS DE PROBLEME.
NOTES:
The
rating plate and safety caution are
on the bottom and/or the back of the
main unit.
The serial number plate is on the
bottom of the unit.
The rating information and safety
caution of the AC adapter are on its
upper and lower sides.
Le symbole de l’éclair à
l’intérieur d’un triangle
équilatéral est destiné à
alerter l’utilisateur sur la
présence d’une “tension
dangereuse” non isolée dans
le boîtier du produit. Cette
tension est suffisante pour
provoquer l’électrocution de
personnes.
Le point d’exclamation à
l’intérieur d’un triangle
équilatéral est destiné à
alerter l’utilisateur sur la
présence d’opérations
d’entretien importantes au
sujet desquelles des
renseignements se trouvent
dans le manuel
d’instructions.
REMARQUES :
La plaque d’identification et
l’avertissement de sécurité se trouvent
sous l’appareil et/ou au dos.
La plaque du numéro de série est
située sur la partie inférieure de
l’appareil.
Les informations d’identification et
l’avertissement de sécurité de
l’adaptateur secteur sont situés sur ses
côtés supérieur et inférieur.
Caution on Replaceable lithium
battery
Ces symboles ne sont
utilisés qu’aux Etats-Unis.
The battery used in this device may
present a fire or chemical burn hazard if
mistreated.
Do not recharge, disassemble, heat
above 100°C (212°F) or incinerate.
Replace battery with Panasonic, Sanyo,
Sony or Maxell CR2025.
Danger of explosion or risk of fire if the
battery is incorrectly replaced.
Dispose of used battery promptly.
Keep away from children.
Do not disassemble and do not dispose
of in fire.
CAUTION:
The mains plug shall remain readily
operable.
Remove the mains plug immediately if
the camera functions abnormally.
WARNING:
The battery pack, the camera with
battery installed, and the remote control
with battery installed should not be
exposed to excessive heat such as direct
sunlight, fire or the like.
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When the equipment is installed in a
cabinet or on a shelf, make sure that it
has sufficient space on all sides to allow
for ventilation (10 cm (3-15/16") or more
on both sides, on top and at the rear).
Do not block the ventilation holes.
(If the ventilation holes are blocked by a
newspaper, or cloth etc. the heat may not
be able to get out.)
No naked flame sources, such as lighted
candles, should be placed on the
apparatus.
When discarding batteries,
environmental problems must be
considered and the local rules or laws
governing the disposal of these batteries
must be followed strictly.
When using the AC adapter in
areas other than the USA
The provided AC adapter features
automatic voltage selection in the AC
range from 110 V to 240 V.
In case of connecting the unit’s power
cord to an AC wall outlet other than
American National Standard C73 series
type, use an AC plug adapter called a
“Siemens Plug” as shown.
For this AC plug adapter, please contact
the local dealers in your area.
Plug Adapter
The apparatus shall not be exposed to
dripping or splashing and that no objects
filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be
placed on the apparatus.
Do not point the lens directly into the
sun. This can cause eye injuries, as well
as lead to the malfunctioning of internal
circuitry. There is also a risk of fire or
electric shock.
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USING HOUSEHOLD AC PLUG
ADAPTER
Remove the AC adapter from the AC
wall outlet when not in use.
Do not leave dust or metal objects
adhered to the AC wall outlet or AC
adapter (power/DC plug).
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CAUTION!
The following notes concern possible
physical damage to this unit and to the
user.
Carrying or holding this unit by the LCD
monitor can result in dropping the unit,
or in a malfunction.
Do not use a tripod on unsteady or
unlevel surfaces. It could tip over,
causing serious damage to the unit.
CAUTION!
Connecting cables (Audio/Video, etc.) to
this unit and leaving it on top of the TV is
not recommended, as tripping on the
cables will cause the unit to fall, resulting
in damage.
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IMPORTANT (for owners in the U.K.)
Connection to the mains supply in
the United Kingdom.
DO NOT cut off the mains plug from
this equipment.
Introduction
If the plug fitted is not suitable for the
power points in your home or the cable is
too short to reach a power point, then
obtain an appropriate safety approved
extension lead or contact the local
dealers in your area.
BE SURE to replace the fuse only with
an identical approved type, as originally
fitted, and to replace the fuse cover.
If nonetheless the mains plug is cut off
be sure to remove the fuse and dispose
of the plug immediately, to avoid possible
shock hazard by inadvertent connection
to the mains supply.
If this product is not supplied fitted with a
mains plug then follow the instructions
given below:
DO NOT make any connection to the
Larger Terminal coded E or Green.
The wires in the mains lead are coloured
in accordance with the following code:
FOR EUROPE
This equipment is in conformity with the
provisions and protection requirements of
the corresponding European Directives.
This equipment is designed for professional
video appliances and can be used in the
following environments:
Controlled EMC environment (for
example, purpose-built broadcasting or
recording studio), and rural outdoors
environments.
In order to keep the best performance and
furthermore for electromagnetic
compatibility we recommend to use cables
not exceeding the following lengths:
Port
DC INPUT
USB Mini
AV OUT
HDMI
REMOTE
Blue to N
(Neutral) or Black
Brown to L (Live)
or Red
If these colours do not correspond with
the terminal identifications of your plug,
connect as follows:
Blue wire to terminal coded N (Neutral)
or coloured black.
Brown wire to terminal coded L (Live) or
coloured Red.
If in doubt — consult a competent
electrician.
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Exclusive
Cable
Shielded
Cable
Exclusive
Cable
1.8 m
1.2 m
1.4 m
3m
1m
HD/SD SDI
Coaxial
Cable
3m
AUDIO INPUT 1/2
Shielded
Cable
2m
HEADPHONE
Exclusive
Cable
3m
AUX
Shielded
Cable
2m
TC
Shielded
Cable
1m
CAUTION:
Where there are strong electromagnetic
waves or magnetism, for example near a
radio or TV transmitter, transformer,
motor, etc., the picture and the sound
may be disturbed. In such case, please
keep the apparatus away from the
sources of the disturbance.
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Exclusive
Cable
Shielded
Cable
Length
The inrush current of this apparatus is
4.9 A.
CAUTIONS:
To prevent shock, do not open the
cabinet. No user serviceable parts
inside.
Refer servicing to qualified personnel.
When you are not using the AC
adapter for a long period of time, it is
recommended that you disconnect the
power cord from AC outlet.
Cable
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Battery Pack
This apparatus is in conformance with
the valid European directives and
standards regarding electromagnetic
compatibility and electrical safety.
European representative of
JVC KENWOOD Corporation is:
JVCKENWOOD Deutschland Gmbh
Konrad-Adenauer-Allee 1-11
61118 Bad Vilbel
GERMANY
The supplied battery pack is a lithium-ion
battery. Before using the supplied battery
pack or an optional battery pack, be sure
to read the following cautions:
Terminals
To avoid hazards
... do not burn.
... do not short-circuit the
terminals. Keep it away
from metallic objects
when not in use.
When transporting, carry the battery in
a plastic bag.
... do not modify or disassemble.
... do not expose the battery to
temperatures exceeding 60°C (140°F),
as this may cause the battery to
overheat, explode or catch fire.
... use only specified chargers.
Sehr geehrter Kunde, sehr geehrte
Kundin, dieses Gerät stimmt mit den
gültigen europäischen Richtlinien und
Normen bezüglich elektromagnetischer
Verträglichkeit und elektrischer
Sicherheit überein.
Die europäische Vertretung für die
JVC KENWOOD Corporation ist:
JVCKENWOOD Deutschland Gmbh
Konrad-Adenauer-Allee 1-11
61118 Bad Vilbel
DEUTSCHLAND
To prevent damage and prolong
service life
... do not subject to unnecessary shock.
... charge within the temperature range
of 10°C to 30°C (50°F to 86°F). Cooler
temperatures require longer charging
time, or in some cases stop charging
at all. Warmer temperatures prevent
complete charging, or in some cases
stop charging at all.
... store in a cool, dry place. Extended
exposure to high temperatures will
increase natural discharge and
shorten service life.
... keep a 30% battery level
if the
battery pack is not to be used for a
long period of time.
... remove from charger or powered unit
when not in use, as some machines
use current even when switched off.
... do not drop or subject to strong
impact.
CAUTION:
To avoid electric
shock or damage to
the unit, first firmly
insert the small end
of the power cord into the AC Adapter
until it is no longer wobbly, and then plug
the larger end of the power cord in to an
AC outlet.
FOR EUROPEAN
WARNING
This equipment is compliant with Class A
of CISPR 32.
In residential environment this equipment
may cause radio interference.
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The plastics packaging bags may cause
suffocation when they are covered over the
head. Tear them open, and keep them away
from the reach of infants and children by
ensuring that they are disposed of properly.
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Introduction
Dear Customer
o Para Brasil
Importer (EU only)
Introduction
Informação sobre eliminação de
baterias
Este produto não deverá ser eliminado
como lixo doméstico em geral.
Devolva a bateria velha ao comerciante
ou para a rede autorizada, para que seja
devolvida ao fabricante ou importador.
A reciclagem e eliminação de lixo em
uma maneira adequada, ajudarão para
preservar recursos, prevenindo, ao
mesmo tempo, contra efeitos prejudiciais
sobre a nossa saúde e o meio ambiente.
12 Priestley Way, London NW2 7BA,
UNITED KINGDOM
Importeur (Nur EU)
Konrad-Adenauer-Allee 1-11, 61118 Bad Vilbel,
DEUTSCHLAND
Importatore (Solo EU)
Via G. Sirtori 7/9, 20129 Milano, ITALIA
Importador (Solamente EU)
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Para Retirar a Bateria Recarregável
Pressione botão e puxe a bateria para fora.
Ctra. Rubi, 88 Edificio Can Castanyer, 08174
Sant Cugat del Valles, Barcelona, ESPAÑA
Importeur (Alleen EU)
Leuvensesteenweg 248J, 1800 Vilvoorde,
BELGIQUE
Importeur (Alleen EU)
Amsterdamseweg 37, 1422 AC Uithoorn,
NEDERLAND
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Manufacturer
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3-12, Moriya-cho, Kanagawa-ku, Yokohama-shi,
Kanagawa, 221-0022, JAPAN
Contents
Introduction
Preparations
Adjusting the Grip Belt ..................................... 13
Attaching the Large Eyecup ............................ 13
Charging the Battery ........................................ 13
Opening/Closing the Lens Cover ..................... 14
Attaching/Detaching the Hood ......................... 15
Configuring the Initial Settings ......................... 15
Usable Cards ................................................... 17
Estimated Recordable Time of SD Cards ........ 17
Inserting an SD Card ....................................... 17
Shooting
Basic Shooting Procedures ............................. 20
Miscellaneous Functions for Shooting and
Recording Methods ......................................... 21
Playback
Playing Recorded Clips ................................... 22
Connecting External Devices
Symbols used
Caution : Describes precautions concerning the
operation of this product.
Memo : Describes reference information, such as
functions and usage restrictions of this
product.
a
: Feature available on GY-HM660U/GYHM660E/GY-HM660RE only.
b
: Feature available on
GY-HM620U/GY-HM620E only.
l
: Feature available on models with built-in
GPS only (GY-HM660U/GY-HM660E).
Verifying the Accessories
Verify that the following accessories are included
with the camera recorder before using.
Accessories
Warranty Card (U model only)
INSTRUCTIONS (BASIC)
Document and Software Disc
AC Adapter
Power Cord (U model: 1, E model: 2)
Battery
Large Eyecup
1
1
1
1
1
1
Connecting External Monitor ........................... 23
Loading Clips to the PC ................................... 24
Network Functions a
Functions of Network Connection a ............ 25
Others
Menu Screen Hierarchical Chart ..................... 26
Basic Operations in Menu Screen ................... 27
Display Screen ................................................ 28
Status Screen .................................................. 35
Troubleshooting .............................................. 36
Precautions for Proper Use ............................. 38
Specifications .................................................. 42
Software License Agreement .......................... 44
Important Notice concerning the Software ....... 46
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Introduction
Safety Precautions ............................................ 3
Contents ............................................................ 9
Verifying the Accessories .................................. 9
Names of Parts ................................................ 10
Content of this Manual
Names of Parts
A BC D E
dc b a Z
F G
Introduction
FIX VAR
REC
T
W
HOLD
INPUT2
OFF
L
M
K
REC
ER
POW
CODE
ON
L
S
FOCU
MENU/THUM
B
AE
N
LEVE
OFF
(CHG)
AUTO
MOD
MANU
E
SLOT
A/B
1/64
∞
PUSH
AUTO
SHU
CEL
CAN BAL
WHT
GAIN
OFF
TTER
FULL
K/4
ZEBRA/5
MARKER
/6
E
AV
IRIS
L
M
H
B
A ET
PRES
HD/SD
SDI
IN OUT
HDMI
AE LOC
TC
AUTO
Bottom
ON
AUTO
PUSH
DEVIC
B
1/16
1/4
AUX
POWE
/CHGR
S ASSIS
TIME
ER
ND FILT
W
BATT.REL
EASE
A
X/3
LOLU
OIS/2
T/1
FOCU
Y
X
INPUT1
OFF
REMO
TE
DC
H
ZOOM
O
.
HOST
PQR S T
V
U
REC
SERVO MANUAL
J I
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A
B
C
D
E
F
Built-in Microphone
Tally Lamp
Microphone Holder
Microphone Holder Lock Knob
Shoe
[FIX/VAR/OFF] Zoom Speed Switch
G Accessory Mounting Screw Hole
H Tripod Mounting Hole
I [REC] Record Trigger Button
Memo :
0 This button is interlocked with the [REC] button
R on the grip and the [REC/HOLD] button Z at
the top of the handle.
J [ZOOM SERVO/MANUAL] Zoom Operation
Servo/Manual Switch
K Monitor Speaker
L Viewfinder
M Visibility Adjustment Lever
N Eyecup
O Battery
P [x] Headphone Jack (Φ3.5 mm)
Q [AUX] AUX Input Terminal (Φ3.5 mm)
R [REC] Record Trigger Button
Memo :
0 This button is interlocked with the [REC] button
I at the bottom of the lens and the [REC/
HOLD] button Z at the top of the handle.
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S [C.REVIEW/7] Clip Review/User 7 Button
T Zoom Lever at the Grip
U [TC] TC Input/Output Terminal
V [IN/OUT] TC IN/OUT Selection Switch
W Hood Release Button
X External Microphone Cable Clamp
Y [INPUT1/INPUT2] Audio Input Terminal 1, 2
(XLR 3-pin x 2)
Z [REC/HOLD] Record Trigger Button/Lock
Switch
Memo :
0 This button is interlocked with the [REC] button
R on the grip and the [REC] button I at the
bottom of the lens.
0 The [REC] button R on the grip and the [REC]
button I at the bottom of the lens will not be
locked.
a Zoom lever at the Handle
b Shoulder Belt Mount (x2)
Caution :
0 Be sure to use a shoulder belt with the strength
to withstand the weight of this camera recorder.
0 If the shoulder belt is not properly attached, the
camera recorder may fall and cause injuries.
Check the instruction manual provided with the
shoulder belt before using.
c [POWER/CHG] Power/Charging Display Lamp
d [BATT. RELEASE] Battery Lock Release Button
Side Control Panel
SD Slot
UTS R Q P
A
FOCUS ASSIST/1
OIS / 2
LOLUX / 3
TIME CODE
ND FILTER
FOCUS
AUTO
MENU/THUMB
POWER
C
D
E
OFF
(CHG)
PUSH AUTO
N
MODE
CANCEL
WHT BAL
GAIN
SHUTTER
IRIS
FULL AUTO
AE LOCK/4
ZEBRA/5
MARKER/6
ON
PUSH AUTO
L
M
H
F
.
O
ON
1/4
OFF
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MANU
1/16
D
A
AE LEVEL
1/64
B
G
B
A
PRESET
C
OFF
I J
H
B
K L M
A [FOCUS AUTO/MANU/∞] Focus Switch
B [ND FILTER] ND Filter Switch
C [PUSH AUTO] Focus Push Auto Button
D [IRIS] Iris Auto/Manual Selection Button
E [PUSH AUTO] Iris Push Auto Button
F [GAIN] Gain Auto/Manual Selection Button / [L/
M/H] Sensitivity Selection Switch
G [WHT BAL] White Balance Auto/Manual
Selection Button / [B/A/PRESET] Selection
Switch
H [SHUTTER] Shutter Speed Auto/Manual
Selection Button
I [y] One Push Auto White Balance Button
J [FULL AUTO ON/OFF] Full Auto Switch
K [AE LOCK/4] AE Lock/User 4 Button
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A SD Card Cover
B [SLOT A/B] Card Slot Selection Button
C Card Slot B Status Indicator
D Card Slot A Status Indicator
Rear Terminal
A
A
S [FOCUS ASSIST/1] Focus Assist/User 1 Button
T [MENU/THUMB] Menu/Thumbnail Button
U [CANCEL] Cancel Button
POWER
/CHG
AV
DEVICE
OPEN
L [ZEBRA/5] Zebra/User 5 Button
M [MARKER/6] Marker/User 6 Button
N [MODE] Camera/Media Mode Selection Button
O [POWER ON/OFF(CHG)] Lock Power ON/OFF
Switch
P Cross-Shaped Button (JKHI)/Set Button (R)
Q [LOLUX/3] Low-light Shooting/User 3 Button
R [OIS/2] Optical Image Stabilizer/User 2 Button
B
C
D
DEVICE
BATT.RELEASE
AV
HD/SD
SDI
HOST
CLOSE
HDMI
REMOTE
B
REMOTE
DC
HOST
DC
E
F
G
.
A [DEVICE] USB Mini Terminal
B [AV] AV Output Terminal
C [HD/SD SDI] SDI Output Terminal (BNC)
D [HDMI] HDMI Output Terminal
E [HOST] USB Host Terminal a
F [REMOTE] Remote Terminal
G [DC] DC Input Terminal
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LCD Monitor
Lens Section
A
Introduction
B
MENU/THUMB
N ML K
CH1
C
D
CH2
INT
INPUT1
INPUT2
INPUT1
INPUT2
LINE
MIC
MIC
+48V
LCD BRIGHT
J
MONITOR
CH1
BOTH
CH2
PEAKING
DISPLAY
STATUS
AUTO
MANUAL
CANCEL
CH1
CH2
E FG H I
.
A LCD Monitor
B [MENU/THUMB] Menu/Thumbnail Button
C LCD Cross-Shaped Button (JKHI)/Set Button
(R)
D [CANCEL] Cancel Button
E [CH1/CH2] CH1/CH2 Recording Level
Adjustment Knob
F [LCD BRIGHT +/-] LCD Display Brightness
Adjustment Button
G [PEAKING +/-] LCD/VF Contour Adjustment
Button
H [DISPLAY] Display Button
I [STATUS] Status Screen Display Button
J [MONITOR]/[+/-] Audio Monitor Selection
Switch/Volume Adjustment Button
K [INPUT1/INPUT2] Audio Input Signal Selection
Switch
L [CH2] CH2 Audio Input Signal Selection Switch
M [CH1] CH1 Audio Input Signal Selection Switch
N [CH1/CH2 AUTO/MANUAL] CH1/CH2 Audio
Recording Mode Switch
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A
B
C
D
E
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A Filter Built-In Screw
0 Installable filter types: Φ72mmP0.75
Memo :
0 Remove the lens hood when installing the filter.
B
C
D
E
Lens Cover Open/Close Switch
Focus Ring
Zoom Ring
Iris Ring
Adjusting the Grip Belt
Charging the Battery
Open the pad and adjust the position of the grip belt
accordingly.
Charging the Battery
INPUT2
A
INPUT1
2
4
ASE
POWER
/CHG
AUX
POW
ER
/CHG
REC
DEVIC
Preparations
BATT.RELE
Charge the battery immediately after purchase or
when the battery power is running low.
* The battery is not charged when purchased.
E
AV
B
HD/SD
SDI
HDMI
REMO
TE
DC
HOST
.
Caution :
0 If the grip is loose, the camera recorder may fall
off resulting in injuries or malfunction.
3
1
POWER
ON
OFF
(CHG)
MODE
Attaching the Large
Eyecup
0 Attach the large eyecup (supplied) to prevent
external light from entering the viewfinder
screen and cameraman’s vision.
0 Align and attach to the groove of the eyecup
mounted on the camera recorder.
0 The large eyecup can be attached in any
direction.
Large Eyecup (supplied)
Eyecup
4
.
1 Hold down the lock button (blue) at the
center of the [POWER ON/OFF(CHG)] switch
to set to “OFF(CHG)”.
2 Attach the supplied battery.
Slide it in until you hear a click.
3 Connect the supplied AC adapter to the
[DC] terminal.
Open the cover of the [DC] terminal and connect
as shown in the diagram.
4 Connect the AC adapter to a power outlet.
0 The [POWER/CHG] lamp blinks during
charging and will go out after charging is
complete.
0 Remove the AC adapter after charging is
complete.
Memo :
0 Blinking of the [POWER/CHG] lamp during
charging indicates the charge level.
.
Memo :
0 Do not remove the eyecup that is premounted
on the camera recorder.
[POWER/CHG] Lamp
Orange blinking
(4 times per second)
Orange blinking
(3 times per second)
Orange blinking
(2 times per second)
Orange blinking
(1 time per second)
Light goes out
Charge Level
Less than 25 %
Less than 50 %
Less than 75 %
Less than 100 %
Fully charged
0 You can charge the battery even when operating
the camera recorder using the AC adapter.
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Removing the Battery
2
Preparations
1
POWER
ON
OFF
(CHG)
MODE
.
o Continuous Operating Time (supplied SSLJVC50 battery pack)
Approx. 3 hrs a
Approx. 3 hrs 20 mins b
Memo :
0 Actual operating times may differ depending on
the age of the battery, charging condition, and
operating environment.
0 Operating time is shortened in cold
environment.
0 The operating time may shorten when power
zoom is used, accessories are connected, or
when the LCD monitor is frequently used.
0 For purchase of spare batteries and battery
charger, please contact the local dealers in your
area.
1 Hold down the lock button (blue) at the
center of the [POWER ON/OFF(CHG)] switch
to set to “OFF(CHG)”.
2 While pressing and holding the [BATT.
RELEASE] button, push up and remove the
battery in the direction of the arrow.
0 Store the battery in a cool and dry place when
Caution :
0 Do not remove the battery when the [POWER
ON/OFF(CHG)] switch is “ON”.
0 Do not insert or remove the DC cable when the
battery is in use.
0 Leaving the camera recorder unused with the
battery inside will deplete the battery power
even if you set the [POWER ON/OFF(CHG)]
switch to “OFF(CHG)”. Remove the battery if
you are not using the camera recorder.
Opening/Closing the Lens
Cover
not in use. Do not expose the battery to high
temperatures (such as in a car under direct
sunlight). Failure to do so not only shortens the
battery life but also damages the battery.
Use the lens cover open/close switch to open or
close the lens cover.
Before shooting, open the lens cover.
When this camera recorder is not in use, close the
lens cover to protect the lens.
Estimated Charging and Continuous
Operating Times
o Charging Time (supplied SSL-JVC50 battery
pack)
Approx. 4 hrs
* When the [POWER ON/OFF(CHG)] switch is
set to “OFF(CHG)”
Memo :
0 If you charge the battery immediately after using
while the battery is still warm, it may not be fully
charged.
0 For details, refer to the “INSTRUCTIONS” of the
battery.
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.
Caution :
0 Do not press against the lens cover with force.
Doing so may damage the lens or the cover.
Attaching/Detaching the
Hood
Attaching the Hood
Align the markings on the camera recorder and
hood; turn the hood in the direction of the arrow until
it is locked.
Configuring the Initial
Settings
MENU/THUMB
CANCEL
MENU/THUMB
AE LEVEL
POWER
ON
OFF
(CHG)
MODE
CANCEL
.
.
Detaching the Hood
0 Remove the hood when attaching a filter,
teleconverter or wide converter to the front of the
lens.
0 While pressing the hood release button, turn the
hood in the direction of the arrow (anticlockwise) to remove it.
Memo :
0 It is recommended to use the AC adapter as the
power supply.
0 Be sure to close the lens cover.
1 Hold down the lock button (blue) at the
center of the [POWER ON/OFF(CHG)] switch
to set to “ON”.
A language selection screen appears.
0 For U models
.
.
0 For E models
.
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Preparations
When the power is first turned on, the Initial Setting
screen for performing the initial settings in the
camera recorder appears.
Set the date/time of the built-in clock in the [Initial
Setting] screen.
All operations are disabled until initial settings are
complete.
Memo :
0 The menus and messages on the screen of the
LCD monitor or viewfinder are displayed in the
selected language.
4 Press the Set button (R) after confirming
the exit screen.
The [Initial Setting] screen appears.
0 For U models
2 Select a language using the cross-shaped
button (JK), and press the Set button (R).
The Initial Setting screen appears.
Preparations
.
0 For E models
.
3 Ensure that the lens cover is closed, and
press the Set button (R).
0 Self-diagnosis starts.
0 A progress bar appears, and “Complete
Diagnosis” appears when the diagnosis is
complete.
.
Memo :
0 It takes about 6 minutes to complete the
diagnosis. During the diagnosis, do not operate
or turn off the camera recorder.
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.
Memo :
0 The [Initial Setting] screen appears when the
power is turned on for the first time and when the
power is turned on after the built-in battery is fully
discharged.
0 The configured date/time data is saved in the
built-in rechargeable battery even if the power is
turned off.
5 Set the time zone and date/time.
A Move the cursor with the cross-shaped button
(HI) and select the setting item.
B Change the values with the cross-shaped
button (JK).
6 Press the Set button (R) after setting is
complete.
The clock is set to 0 seconds of the input date/
time.
Memo :
0 The configured date/time data can be displayed
on the LCD monitor and viewfinder and be
recorded to the SD card.
0 The value of the year can be set in the range of
“2000” to “2099”.
Usable Cards
Use a Class 6/10 SD card.
Memo :
0 Depending on the recording format, SD card
with Class 4 or higher performance can also be
used.
0 To use an SDHC card, set [4GB File
Spanning(SDXC)] to “On”.
Estimated Recordable
Time of SD Cards
The estimated recordable time is only a guide.
Differences may occur depending on the SD card
in use and the battery condition.
4 GB
8 GB
16 GB
32 GB
64 GB
(SDXC)
128 GB
(SDXC)
QuickTime/MP4/MXF
MPEG2/HD
SP
HQ
720p
1080i
720p/1080i/1080p
22
17
12
45
35
25
90
70
50
180
140
100
360
280
200
720
560
400
4 GB
8 GB
16 GB
32 GB
64 GB
(SDXC)
128 GB
(SDXC)
HQ
1080p
16
33
67
135
270
HQ
19
39
78
156
312
540
624
800
1520
400
1520
H.264/Web
HQ
LP
960p 480p
130
285
270
580
540 1160
1080 2320
2160 4720
4320
9440
(Unit: minute)
Memo :
0 If the SD card contains files recorded by devices
other than this camera recorder or files that are
saved from a PC, the recordable time may be
shorter or data may not be properly recorded.
0 The number of clips that can be recorded to one
SD card on this camera recorder for each file
format is restricted.
Up to 600 clips can be recorded for the
“QuickTime” file format and 4000 clips for the
“AVCHD” file format. When the maximum
number of clips is reached, the remaining space
is displayed as “0 min” regardless of the
estimated recordable time, and no further
recording can be made.
Inserting an SD Card
This camera recorder comes with two card slots
(Slot A and B) for video/audio recording and
playback.
(Unit: minute)
AVCHD
SP
LP
1080i
25
46
50
95
100
190
200
380
400
760
290
QuickTime
H.264/SD
480i/576i
47
95
190
380
760
1
2
EP
A
82
168
336
672
1344
2
2688
B
(Unit: minute)
3
.
1 Open the SD card cover.
2 Insert an SD card with the notched corner
pointing up.
The status indicator of the card slot to which the
card was inserted lights up in red.
3 Close the SD card cover.
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Preparations
Caution :
0 Using cards other than those from Panasonic,
TOSHIBA or SanDisk may result in recording
failure or data loss.
4 GB
8 GB
16 GB
32 GB
64 GB
(SDXC)
128 GB
(SDXC)
H.264/HD
XHQ UHQ
1080i/1080p
9
12
18
25
36
50
72
100
145
200
Formatting (Initializing) SD Cards
Preparations
When the following cards are inserted, [!FORMAT]
appears at the remaining media display area.
Format the card using the camera recorder menu.
0 Unformatted SD cards
0 SD cards formatted under different
specifications
Caution :
0 Be sure to format the SD card on this camera
recorder. SD cards formatted on a PC and other
peripheral equipment cannot be used on this
camera recorder.
0 [!RESTORE] appears at the remaining media
display area when an SD card that requires
restoring is inserted.
1 Select [System] B [Media] B [Format
Media].
2 Select the slot of the SD card to be
formatted and press the Set button (R).
2
.
3 The status of the selected SD card appears.
4 Select [Format] and press the Set button
(R).
4
.
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5 Formatting starts.
.
6 Formatting is complete.
When formatting is complete, “Complete” appears
and the camera recorder returns to the [Format
Media] screen.
Memo :
0 During formatting, menu operation is
unavailable but you can start recording.
However, this is only available when a
recordable SD card is inserted in the other slot.
0 Formatting cannot be performed in the following
cases.
0 Recording is in progress on the SD card to be
formatted.
0 SD card is not inserted.
0 Write-protect switch of the SD card is set (z
is displayed).
Caution :
0 If you format the SD card, all data recorded on
the card, including video data and setup files,
will be deleted.
0 When [Main Menu] B [System] B [Record Set]
Clips Recorded to SD Cards
B [Record Format] B [WFormat] is set to
“AVCHD”, the clip name generated consists of
only the Clip Number (5-digit number).
Folders in the SD Card
Images recorded are sorted into the respective
folders according to the menu settings below.
* Select which folder to record to from the menu.
oa
HD/SD
Clip Number
A number in automatic
ascending order is assigned in
the recording order.
The Clip Number can be reset in
the menu.*
DCIM or PRIVATE/JVC/
CQAV*
PRIVATE/JVC/BPAV
PRIVATE/JVC/CMAV
PRIVATE/AVCHD
DCIM or PRIVATE/JVC/
CQAVC*
ob
System
HD
A BCG 00 01
Record Folder
Clip Name Prefix (any four alphanumeric characters)
This is set to “xxxG” (“xxx” denotes the last 3
digits of the serial number) by default.
.
Format
QuickTime
(MPEG2)
MP4(MPEG2)
AVCHD
QuickTime(H.264)
Record Folder
DCIM or PRIVATE/JVC/
CQAV*
PRIVATE/JVC/BPAV
PRIVATE/AVCHD
DCIM or PRIVATE/JVC/
CQAVC*
Memo :
0 When [System] is set to “HD+Web”, web files
(MOV format) will be recorded in the [DCIM]
folder. a
0 By formatting (initializing) the SD card from the
[Format Media] menu on the camera recorder,
folders required for recording in the current
[System] settings will be generated.
0 When the [System] settings and
[QuickTime(MPEG2)] settings are changed,
folders required for recording in those settings
will be automatically generated.
Caution :
0 When a clip inside the folder is moved or deleted
using the Explorer (Windows) or Finder (Mac),
recording to the SD card may fail if formatting
(initializing) of the card is not performed.
* [Clip Set] B [Reset Clip Number]
Memo :
0 Before recording starts, you can set any
characters for the clip name prefix by using
[Main Menu] B [System] B [Record Set] B [Clip
Set] B [Clip Name Prefix].
0 Changes cannot be made after recording.
Recorded Clips
0 The recorded materials may be split into several
files but they can be played back continuously
on the camera recorder.
0 Clips may be recorded across the two SD cards
in card slots A and B depending on the recording
time of the clip.
0 When copying videos in MP4 file format to a
HDD using a PC, it is recommended to use [JVC
ProHD Clip Manager Software], which is found
in the supplied disc, to maintain continuity.
Caution :
0 A clip recorded across several cards cannot be
played back continuously. Continuous playback
is only possible when the recording is made on
one card.
Clip (Recorded Data) and Clip Name
0 When recording is stopped, the images, audio
and accompanying data which are recorded
from start to stop are recorded as one “clip” on
the SD card.
0 An 8-character clip name is automatically
generated for the recorded clip.
(“Clip Name Prefix” + “Clip Number”)
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Preparations
WFormat/
YFormat
HD
QuickTime
(MPEG2)
MP4(MPEG2)
MXF(MPEG2)
HD/Web
AVCHD
HD/SD/Web QuickTime(H.264)
System
Example: In the case of QuickTime/MP4
Basic Shooting
Procedures
Shooting
Preparations
2
4
4
Shooting
3
1
POWER
ON
OFF
(CHG)
MODE
.
1 Supply battery or AC adapter power to the
camera recorder.
2 Insert an SD card.
3 Turn on the power of the camera recorder.
Hold down the lock button (blue) at the center of
the [POWER ON/OFF(CHG)] switch to set to
“ON”. The camera recorder starts up in Camera
mode and is ready for recording.
4 Adjust the angle of the LCD monitor and
viewfinder.
5 Configure [System], [Format], [Resolution]
and [Frame & Bit Rate] in [Main Menu] B
[System] B [Record Set] B [Record
Format].
0 You can select the definition of the recorded
videos (HD, SD or Web a), file format for
recording/playback, and the video recording
format on this camera recorder.
0 Press the [MENU/THUMB] button on the
LCD monitor to display the menu screen on
the LCD monitor and viewfinder.
0 The following setting values are the factory
defaults.
[System]: HD
[Format]: QuickTime(MPEG2)
[Resolution]: 1920x1080
[Frame & Bit Rate]: 60i(HQ) (U model) or
50i(HQ) (E model)
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1 Configure the video and audio input
settings.
You have to configure video settings such as
brightness adjustment (iris, gain, shutter) and
white balance adjustment in order to start
shooting. You also have to adjust the audio
input settings and audio recording level for
audio recording.
0 Adjusting the Brightness
0 Adjusting the White Balance
0 Adjusting Audio Input Settings and
Recording Level
2 Press the [REC] button to start recording to
the SD card.
This camera recorder has three [REC] buttons.
Any of the [REC] buttons can be used to start/
stop recording by default.
The tally lamp lights up in red during recording.
0 Zoom Operation
0 Adjusting the Focus
Memo :
0 If both the slots are loaded with recordable cards
in the factory default, pressing the [REC] button
starts recording only to the media in the selected
slot.
When [Main Menu] B [System] B [Record Set]
B [Slot Mode] is set to “Dual”, recording can be
performed simultaneously to the cards in both
the slots.
0 The tally lamp can be turned off in [System] B
[Tally Lamp].
3 Check the most recently captured images.
0 Press the [C.REVIEW/7] button on the lens
to activate the Clip Review function. The
most recently captured images are played
back on the LCD monitor and viewfinder
screen.
0 After playback, the camera recorder returns
to standby mode (STBY).
Memo :
0 [Clip Review] is assigned to [C.REVIEW/7]
button in factory default.
0 [Clip Review] can also be assigned to other user
buttons.
Miscellaneous Functions
for Shooting and
Recording Methods
This camera recorder is equipped with various
functions for shooting.
The functions described here are the typical
functions of the camera recorder.
Miscellaneous Functions for Shooting
0 Assignment of user buttons:
0
0
0
0
A Recording using both slots A and B
0 Continuous recording (Series Rec):
Enables seamless long hour continuous
recordings over the slots.
0 Record simultaneously at the same
definition (Dual Rec):
Allows you to create two clips of the same
content at the same time only on this camera
recorder.
0 Backup Rec:
Allows you to record only the preferred
scenes to one slot using the record and stop
operations while the other slot is
continuously recording.
B Special recording
* Special recording can be specified in conjunction
with A under given conditions.
0 Pre Rec:
Enables recording to go back to the specified
duration in seconds of the video and audio
before the actual recording start time. This
allows you to record a complete event
without missing the initial scenes even if you
start the recording late.
0 Clip Continuous Rec:
Allows you to consolidate several rounds of
“startstop recording” into one clip. You can
consolidate the clips while recording when
shooting on-and-off and shooting several
scenes.
0 Frame Rec:
Records as a single clip only in the specified
frame rate until the recording is stopped.
Useful for shooting clay animation.
0 Interval Rec:
Records and pauses repeatedly at the
specified time interval and frame rate, and
records as a single clip until the recording is
stopped.
Useful for observation recording.
0 Variable Frame Rec:
Enables the making of smooth slow motion
or fast motion videos by setting a recording
frame rate that is different from the playback
frame rate during shooting.
C Other recordings
0 Clip cutter trig:
You can split the clips freely without having
to stop recording during shooting.
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Shooting
0
You can assign functions to the buttons and use
them as user buttons.
Functions can be assigned to the buttons
according to the usability.
AF assist:
Allows you to set the auto focus point to the
preferred area or to near and far directions.
Focus Assist:
The focused area is displayed in color to allow
easy and accurate focusing.
Expanded focus:
Magnifies the preferred area to enable precise
focus to be established easily.
Zebra pattern:
Diagonal lines (zebra pattern) are displayed
only at the area with the specified luminance
levels.
Marker:
Displays the marker and safety zone when
determining the angle of view for the image
according to the shooting purpose.
Recording Methods
Playing Recorded Clips
Use the operation buttons on the side control panel
of the camera recorder to play back.
MENU/THUMB
CANCEL
AE LEVEL
A
B
C
.
Playback
A IW Button
0 Plays back/pauses the clip pointed by the
cursor.
0 You can press the cross-shaped button (HI)
to perform frame-by-frame forward playback
during pause mode.
B S/T Button
Skips in the reverse or forward direction.
O/N Button
During Playback:
Fast forwards in the reverse or forward
direction.
While paused:
Frame-by-frame playback in the reverse or
forward direction.
C o Button
Stops playback.
1 In the thumbnail screen, move the cursor to
the clip to be played back.
Move the cursor to the clip to be played back
using the cross-shaped button (JKH I).
2 Press the playback/pause button.
Playback of the selected clip starts.
Audio Output during Playback
0 You can confirm the playback sound from the
monitor speaker, or the headphone connected
to the [x] terminal. When a headphone is
connected to the [x] terminal, sound cannot be
output from the monitor speaker.
0 Adjust the volume of the monitor speaker and
headphone using the [MONITOR +/-] volume
adjustment button on the LCD monitor section
of the camera recorder.
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Time Code Playback
Time code or user’s bit recorded on an SD card can
be displayed on the LCD monitor and viewfinder.
Memo :
0 The time code is also superimposed on the
video signal output from the [HD/SD SDI] output
terminal.
0 User’s bit output from the [HD/SD SDI] output
terminal is used as a flag to determine valid
video signals. Therefore, accurate values will
not be output.
0 If a section without time code is played back, the
time code will stop. However, playback will
continue.
Displaying Information during Shooting
During playback, pressing the [DISPLAY] button
shows the display screen.
Pressing the [AE LOCK/4] button switches the
display information during shooting between no
display, camera information display, and GPS
display.
Connecting External
Monitor
* Select the output signal in [A/V Set] B [HDMI/SDI
Out].
0 To output live or playback video images and
INPUT2
Audio (Lch)
Video
GND
Audio (Rch)
BATT.RELE
A
INPUT1
DEVICE
ASE
AV
AUX
POW
ER
/CHG
REC
DEVIC
E
AV
B
SD/HD
SDI
HDMI
REMO
TE
HOST
DC
REMOTE
HOST
DC
HDMI
Connecting via SDI
0 Digital video signals, together with embedded
(superimposed) audio signals and time code
signals, are output for both the HD-SDI and SDSDI signals.
0 User’s bit output from the [HD/SD SDI] output
terminal is used as a flag to determine valid
video signals. Therefore, accurate values will
not be output.
Memo :
0 The sampling frequency for embedded
(superimposed) audio signals is 48 kHz. Time
code of the built-in time generator as well as
playback time code are also output.
Setting the Aspect
0 For setting the mode to convert images with a
16:9 aspect ratio to display on a 4:3 aspect ratio
screen.
0 Set using [A/V Set] B [Video Set] B [SD
Aspect].
0 The available modes include “Side Cut”, “Letter”
(blackened at the top and bottom), and
“Squeeze” (full size, compressed at the left and
right).
Memo :
0 When [Record Format] B [System] is set to “SD”,
and [SD Aspect] is set to “4:3”, this item cannot be
selected.
SDI IN
AV input
.
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Connecting External Devices
audio sound to an external monitor, select the
output signals from the camera recorder, and
connect using an appropriate cable according to
the monitor to be used.
0 Choose the most suitable terminal according to
the monitor in use.
0 [HD/SD SDI] terminal:
Outputs either the HD-SDI signal or SD-SDI
signal.
0 [AV] terminal:
Outputs composite video and audio signals.
0 [HDMI] terminal:
Outputs HDMI signals.
Configure the settings in the [A/V Set] menu to
match the monitor to be connected.
Memo :
0 When [Network] is set to “On(HDMI Off)” or
“On(SDI Off)”, either HDMI signal or SDI signal
is output. a
0 If the [HD/SD SDI] terminal or [HDMI] terminal is
connected, configure the settings in the [A/V
Set] menu according to the monitor to be
connected.
* When [Record Format] B [System] is set to “SD”,
only SD-SDI signals are output.
* To display the menu screen or display screen on
an external monitor, set [A/V Set] B [Video Set]
B [Display On TV] to “On”.
Loading Clips to the PC
0 You can load clips to a PC by connecting the
camera recorder to the PC via the USB port.
Doing so enables clips stored in the SD card to
be managed and edited on the PC.
0 Files on the SD card can be managed/edited on
the connected PC in this mode only for USB
mass storage class devices that are recognized
by the said PC as a peripheral drive.
Memo :
0 Files cannot be written to the SD card.
0 Make sure to manage/edit files recorded in the
MP4 file format using the (JVC ProHD Clip
Manager) PC application software in the
supplied disc.
0 For details on how to install the application
software, refer to the [User's Guide] of the [JVC
ProHD Clip Manager] inside the supplied disc.
Connecting External Devices
1 Connect the camera recorder to the PC
using a USB cable.
A confirmation message “Change to USB
Mode?” to enable the USB connection appears.
2 Select [Change] using the cross-shaped
button (JK), and press the Set button (R).
The camera recorder switches to USB mode.
2
.
Memo :
0 If recording is in progress, the “Change to USB
Mode?” message appears after recording
stops.
0 If playback is in progress, the camera recorder
switches to USB mode after the file closes
automatically, such as when playback stops.
Disconnecting
0 Disable the connection on the PC, then remove
the USB cable from the camera recorder.
0 Doing so exits the USB mode and switches the
INPUT2
BATT.RELE
A
camera recorder to Camera mode.
Memo :
0 The procedure for disabling the USB connection
varies according to the PC in use. For details,
refer to the “INSTRUCTIONS” of the PC.
INPUT1
ASE
AUX
POW
ER
/CHG
REC
DEVIC
E
AV
B
HD/SD
SDI
HDMI
DEVICE
REMO
TE
DC
HOST
AV
PC
.
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Functions of Network
Connection a
0 The network function can be operated by
connecting one of the following adapters to the
rear [HOST] terminal.
0 Wireless LAN adapter
0 Ethernet adapter
0 Cellular adapter
0 The network feature comprises web-browserbased functions using devices such as a
smartphone, tablet terminal, or PC, as well as
FTP and live streaming functions that run via
thumbnail screens and menu operation.
View Remote
You can access via a web browser on devices such
as a smartphone, tablet terminal, or PC to check
the live image or remotely control the camera.
Camera Control
You can access via a web browser on devices such
as a smartphone, tablet terminal, or PC to remotely
control the camera.
Live streaming
By combining with the set top box decoder or PC
application that supports live streaming, you can
perform audio and video streaming via the network.
List of Functions
Importing Metadata
You can download a metadata settings file (XML
format) from the FTP server and store metadata in
the camera recorder.
Uploading Recorded Clips
Network Functions a
You can upload clips recorded in the SD card to a
preset FTP server.
Memo :
0 Uploading can also be performed via a web
browser.
Editing Metadata
0 Planning Metadata
You can access the page for editing the camera
recorder’s metadata via a web browser on
devices such as a smartphone, tablet terminal,
or PC, and edit the metadata that is to be applied
to clips to be recorded.
0 Clip Metadata
You can access the page for editing the
metadata via a web browser on devices such as
a smartphone, tablet terminal, or PC, and
display or rewrite the metadata that is recorded
to a clip.
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Menu Screen Hierarchical
Chart
Main Menu...
TC/UB...
TC Generator
TC Preset
Camera Function...
Bars
OIS
Flicker Correction
Flash Band Correction
Shutter
AE Level
AE Speed
AGC Limit
Auto Iris Limit (OPEN)
Auto Iris Limit (CLOSE)
EEI Limit
Smooth Trans
GAIN L
GAIN M
GAIN H
AE LEVEL SW
Handle Zoom Speed
UB Mode
Drop Frame
LCD/VF...
Shooting Assist...
Marker Settings...
Display Settings...
LCD + VF
VF Color
VF Bright
VF Contrast
LCD Contrast
LCD Backlight
LCD Mirror
Others
A/V Set...
Video Set...
AF Speed
AF Assist
User Switch Set...
Audio Set...
System...
Record Set...
Camera Process...
Detail
Master Black
Black Toe
Knee
White Clip
Gamma
WDR
White Balance...
Color Matrix
Color Gain
Reverse Picture
Shooting Mode
Reset Process
Media...
Adjust...
Setup File...
Auto Power Off
Tally Lamp
GPS l
Language
Network a
Reset All
Date/Time
Adjust...
Settings...
Time Zone
Reserved
System Information
.
.
* Only menu items that can be set using this camera recorder are introduced here.
For details on each item, please refer to “INSTRUCTIONS” provided in the supplied CD-ROM.
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Basic Operations in Menu
Screen
0 Press the [MENU/THUMB] button on the side
0
0
0
0
0
control panel of the camera recorder or on the
LCD monitor to display the menu screen on the
LCD monitor and viewfinder.
Various settings for shooting and playback can
be configured on the menu screen.
There are two types of menu screens - [Main
Menu] and [Favorites Menu].
[Main Menu] contains all the setting items of the
camera recorder, classified according to
functions and uses, while [Favorites Menu]
allows users to customize the menu items freely.
The operating procedures and main screen
displays are the same for both menus.
The menu screen can also be displayed on
external monitors connected to the video signal
output terminal.
Operation Buttons
Use the operation buttons on the side control panel
of the camera recorder or the buttons on the LCD
monitor to operate the menu.
B
MENU/THUMB
D
DISPLAY
F [OIS/2] Button
Resets settings in the [TC Preset] or [UB
Preset] setting screen. This button is disabled
in other screens.
G [DISPLAY] Button
Switches between the [Main Menu] and
[Favorites Menu] screens.
G
CANCEL
C
A
MENU/THUMB
AE LEVEL
D
B
CANCEL
C
FOCUS ASSIST/1
OIS / 2
TIME CODE
E
F
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Others
A
A [MENU/THUMB] Button
0 Displays the menu screen. The [Main
Menu] screen is displayed by default.
0 During normal usage, [Main Menu] is
displayed if the previous menu operation
ended at [Main Menu], and [Favorites
Menu] if the previous menu operation ended
at [Favorites Menu].
0 Press this button to close the menu screen
during menu display and return to the normal
screen.
0 Pressing and holding down the button while
the menu is displayed switches the [Main
Menu] screen to the [Favorites Menu] or vice
versa.
B [CANCEL] Button
Cancels settings and returns to the previous
screen.
C Set Button (R)
Sets the values and items.
D Cross-shaped Button (JKH I)
J : Moves the cursor upward.
K : Moves the cursor downward.
H : Moves back to the previous item.
I : Moves forward to the next item.
E [FOCUS ASSIST/1] Button
Adds the selected menu or submenu item to the
[Favorites Menu].
Display Screen
Display Screen in Camera Mode
Display 0 screen
This screen displays the event. It is also used to
display warnings only.
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Appears only during warnings
Appears only during operation
Display 1 screen
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W
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R
Q
P
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A OK Mark
Displayed when OK mark has been appended.
B Voltage/Battery Power
Displays the current status of the power supply
in use.
Memo :
0 Displayed in the Display 0 and Display 1 screens
during warnings only.
C Remaining Space on Media
Displays the remaining recording time of the SD
cards in slot A and slot B separately.
W
: Currently selected slot. (White card)
W z : Write-protect switch of SD card is set.
W!INVALID
: SD card cannot be read or
written to, or restored.
W!FORMAT
: SD card requires
formatting.
W!RESTORE
: SD card requires restoring.
W!INCORRECT :
0 When Record Set is set to other than
“AVCHD”/“SD”/“Web” with a Class 4 SD card
inserted.
0 When the SD card is not supported.
0 When an SD card lower than Class 10 is
inserted while in the XHQ mode.
W!REC INH
:
0 When attempting to record in 50i(HQ)/
50i(SP) to an SD card recorded in
AVCHD60i(HQ)/60i(SP) (or vice versa).
0 When an SDHC card is inserted while [4GB
File Spanning(SDXC)] is set to “Off”.
The following icons are displayed during FTP
upload. a
Icon
L T M N
* Appears only during warnings
.
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X
W
V
U
S
R
Q
P
O
L T M N
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(Yellow)
Status
FTP transfer is in progress.
Three images are alternately
displayed, and the arrows
become animated. In this case,
instead of the recordable time of
the SD card, an estimated value
of the remaining transfer time is
displayed.
Error has occurred during FTP
transfer.
Memo :
0 This item is not displayed when [Main Menu] B
[LCD/VF] B [Display Settings] B [Media
Remain] is set to “Off”. However, warnings will
be displayed.
0 Displayed on the Display 0 and Display 1
screens only in the case of warnings. (When the
remaining time is shorter than 3 minutes)
The icons appear on all display screens in the
following cases.
0 When recording is performed to only one of
the slots while [Main Menu] B [System] B
[Record Set] B [Slot Mode] is set to “Dual”.
0 When recording is performed to only one of
the slots while [Main Menu] B [System] B
[Record Set] B [Record Format] B [System]
is set to “HD+SD” or “HD+Web”. a
0 The displayed time is an estimate.
D Variable Frame Rate
Displayed as xx/yy fps (xx: recording frame rate,
yy: playback frame rate) only when [Rec Mode]
is set to “Variable Frame”.
F Frame Rate/Bit Rate
Displays the frame rate and bit rate in pairs.
Memo :
0 This item is not displayed when [Main Menu] B
[LCD/VF] B [Display Settings] B [Record
Format] is set to “Off”.
G Audio Level Meter
0 Displays the audio levels of CH1 and CH2.
0 a appears on the screen when in the Auto
mode.
4030 20
10
0
Set] B [Rec Mode] is set to “Frame Rec”,
“Interval Rec”, or “Variable Frame”, audio
cannot be recorded and is indicated by the
x mark.
4030 20
10
0
.
Memo :
0 This item is not displayed when [Main Menu] B
[LCD/VF] B [Display Settings] B [Audio Meter]
is set to “Off”.
H GPS Mark l
When [Main Menu] B [System] B [GPS] is set
to “On”, the signal reception status is displayed.
Memo :
0 The display changes according to the signal
reception sensitivity. If signals cannot be
received, the H mark appears in yellow.
0 This item is not displayed when [GPS] is set to
“Off”.
I Volume Operation Indicator
Displayed when there are changes made to the
volume of the headphone, speaker (0 to 15),
and the values of LCD BRIGHT, PEAKING (-10
to +10).
0
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LCD BRIGHT
PEAKING
-10
0
.
Memo :
0 There is no audio output from the speaker in
Camera mode.
J Flash Band Correction Mark
This item is displayed when [Main Menu] B
[Camera Function] B [Flash Band Correction] is
set to “On”.
K Image Stabilizer Mark
Displayed when the image stabilizer is ON.
.
i
j
: When [Level] of [OIS] is set to
“Normal”.
: When [Level] of [OIS] is set to
“High”.
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Others
E Resolution
Displays the video image resolution.
Memo :
0 This item is not displayed when [Main Menu] B
[LCD/VF] B [Display Settings] B [Record
Format] is set to “Off”.
0 When [Main Menu] B [System] B [Record
Memo :
0 If image stabilizer is set to “OFF” when the
Display 0 screen is displayed, h appears for 3
seconds.
0 Displayed in the Display 0 screen only when
there is a change.
L White Balance Mode
Displays the current white balance mode.
(*****K indicates color temperature)
A<*****K> : When the white balance is set to
Auto A.
B<*****K> : When the white balance is set to
Auto B.
P<*****K> : When the white balance is set to
Preset.
a <FAW> : During Full Auto White Balance
mode.
Z <FAW> : When [AE LOCK] is set to “On”
during Full Auto White Balance
mode.
Memo :
0 Displayed in the Display 0 screen only when
there is a change.
Others
M Shutter
0 The current shutter speed is displayed when
the shutter is set to “On”.
0 a is displayed when the [FULL AUTO] switch
is set to “ON” to enable Full Auto shooting
mode, or when the [SHUTTER] button is
pressed to enable automatic shutter mode.
Memo :
0 The variable range of the shutter speed varies
according to the video format settings.
0 Displayed in the Display 0 screen only when
there is a change.
0 If the shutter speed is not displayed, the shutter
is OFF.
N Iris F-Number
Displays F-number of the lens iris.
O Gain
0 Displays the gain value.
0 a is displayed in AGC mode during Manual
shooting.
0 Z is displayed when AE LOCK is set to “ON”.
0 “LUX30” or “LUX36” is displayed when in the
low-light shooting mode.
Memo :
0 Displayed in the Display 0 screen only when
there is a change.
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P AE Level
0 Appears when the AE function is activated,
and [Main Menu] B [Camera Function] B
[AE Level] is set to a value other than
“Normal”.
0 When operated while manual operation is
disabled, “AE” blinks for about 5 seconds.
0 When face detection is enabled and [Face
Detect] is set to “AF&AE”, q appears on the
left side of “AE”.
Q ND Filter Position
Displays the current ND filter position.
Memo :
0 This item is not displayed when [Main Menu] B
[LCD/VF] B [Display Settings] B [ND Filter] is
set to “Off”.
0 Displayed in the Display 0 screen only when
there is a change.
R Focus Display
0 Displays the approximate distance to the
subject in focus during manual focus.
0 e is displayed during Auto Focus.
0 When face detection is enabled, q appears
on the left side of e.
0 If [Main Menu] B [Camera Function] B [AF
Assist] is set to “Area”, the
icon appears
on the left side of e.
Memo :
0 You can specify the display method (Feet/
Meter) in [Main Menu] B [LCD/VF] B [Display
Settings] B [Focus].
This item will not be displayed when “Off” is
selected.
0 Displayed in the Display 0 screen only when
there is a change.
S Zebra pattern
During zebra pattern display,
(zebra icon)
is displayed on the display screen in Camera
mode.
T Focus Assist
0 “FOCUS” is displayed when auto focus is
activated.
0 When ACCU-Focus is enabled, “ACCUFOCUS” blinks for about 10 seconds while
Focus Assist starts up, after which the
“FOCUS” indicator lights up.
0 If recording starts while [ACCU-Focus] is
active, [ACCU-Focus] will be forcibly
deactivated.
Memo :
0 Displayed in the Display 0 screen only when
there is a change.
W Zoom Display
0 Displays the zoom position. (Zoom bar or
value)
0 The zoom bar will only be displayed for 3
seconds after the zoom operation is
activated.
0 The value will always be displayed. (0 to 99)
X Network Connection Icon a
When [Main Menu] B [System] B [Network] is
set to “On(SDI Off)” or “On(HDMI Off)”, the
network connection status is displayed.
This icon is not displayed when “Off” is selected.
Icon
.
(Blink)
.
(Yellow)
Status
Connection is not established
(starting up, preparing for
connection)
Connection is not established
(preparing for connection)
Connection is established
.
When a USB adapter different
from the connection settings is
detected
(No display) When an incompatible USB
adapter is detected, or when
[Network] is set to “Off”
.
Memo :
0 When a cellular adapter that supports LTE
connection display is in use, “LTE” will appear to
the left of the above icon when LTE connection
is detected.
Y Time Code (I)/User’s Bit (J) Display
0 Displays the time code (hour: minute:
second: frame) or user’s bit data recorded in
the SD card being played back.
0 Example of time code display:
00:00:00:00
.
※
* Colon (:) denotes non-drop frames and dot (.)
denotes drop frames.
0 Example of user’s bit display:
.
FF EE DD 20
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Others
U Luminance Information
Displayed when the Spot Meter function is
activated.
MAX
: Maximum luminance
MIN
: Minimum luminance
V Date/Time Display
Displays the current date and time.
Memo :
0 The date/time display style can be specified in
[Main Menu] B [LCD/VF] B [Display Settings] B
[Date Style]/[Time Style].
0 This item is not displayed when [Main Menu] B
[LCD/VF] B [Display Settings] B [Date/Time] is
set to “Off”.
0 When [Main Menu] B [System] B [Record Set]
B [Time Stamp] is set to “On”, this item is not
displayed.
Memo :
0 You can specify the display method (Number/
Bar) in [LCD/VF] B [Display Settings] B “Zoom”.
This item will not be displayed when “Off” is
selected.
0 Displayed in the Display 0 screen only when
there is a change.
Memo :
0 You can specify whether to display the time
code, user’s bit, or turn off the display in
[LCD/VF] B [Display Settings] B [TC/UB].
This item will not be displayed when “Off” is
selected.
Z Time Code Lock Indicator
When the built-in time code generator is
synchronized to the external time code data
input during the synchronization of time code
with another camera recorder, Z lights up.
a Live streaming mark a
When [Main Menu] B [System] B [Network]/
[Settings] B [Live Streaming Set] B [Live
Streaming] is set to “On”, the distribution status
is displayed.
Icon
.
.
.
(Red)
(Red)
Status
Distribution in progress (good
connection quality)
Distribution in progress (poor
connection quality)
Connection pending or
connection failed
Others
(Yellow)
b Event/Warning Display Area
Displays error messages.
c Media Status
---: No card found in the selected
slot
STBY
: Recording standby
RREC
: Recording
REVIEW
: Clip Review
STBY P
: Pre Rec recording standby
RRECP
: Pre Rec recording
STBY C
: Clip Continuous Rec recording
standby
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RRECC
STBYC
(displayed in
yellow)
STBY N
STBYN
(displayed in
red)
RRECN
STBY M
RRECM
STBYM
(displayed in
yellow)
STOP
: Clip Continuous Rec recording
: Clip Continuous Rec recording
pause
: Interval Rec recording standby
: Interval recording pause
:
:
:
:
Interval Rec recording
Frame Rec recording standby
Frame Rec recording
Frame Rec recording pause
: Unable to record to the card in
the slot
P.OFF
: Power OFF
d Dual Rec/Backup Rec Display
“DUAL” is displayed in the Dual Rec mode and
“BACKUP” is displayed in the Backup Rec
mode.
Memo :
0 This item is not displayed when [Slot Mode] is
set to “Series”.
0 This item is not displayed when [Main Menu] B
[LCD/VF] B [Display Settings] B [Media
Remain] is set to “Off”. However, warnings will
be displayed.
0 Displayed in the Display 0 and Display 1 screens
during warnings only. (When the remaining time
is shorter than 3 minutes)
e Record Trigger
STBY B : When [Rec Trigger] is set to “On”
and recording is stopped
REC B : When [Rec Trigger] is set to “On”
and recording is in progress
f Expanded focus
“EXPANDED” (yellow) is displayed during
expanded focus.
g Operation lock
The r icon appears during operation lock.
Display Screen in Media Mode
Media Display 0 Screen
This screen displays the media status or event. It
is also used to display warnings only.
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C Resolution
Displays the video image resolution.
D Frame Rate/Bit Rate
Displays the frame rate and bit rate in pairs.
E Operation Guide
Displays a guide for the current operation
buttons.
F Audio Level Meter
Displays the audio levels of CH1 and CH2.
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Memo :
0 This item is not displayed when [Main Menu] B
[LCD/VF] B [Display Settings] B [Audio Meter]
is set to “Off”.
G Volume Operation Indicator
Displayed when there are changes made to the
volume of the headphone, speaker (0 to 15),
and the value of LCD BRIGHT (-10 to +10).
H Position bar
Displays the current position in the video.
During trimming, the position bar appears in
green, and icons for the in and out points are
displayed.
6 : Current position of the video
7 : Position to start trimming
(In point)
8 : Position to end trimming
(Out point)
0
G
H
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0
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A Media
0 Displays the media slot (A or B) of the
currently played clip.
0 z appears when the write-protect switch of
the SD card is set.
B Voltage/Battery Power
Displays the current status of the power supply
in use.
Memo :
0 Displayed in the Media Display 0 screen during
warnings only.
I Information Display
Use the [AE LOCK/4] button to switch between
camera information display, GPS display and
turning off the display.
0 The GPS display displays information on the
recording location of the video being played
back only when GPS information has been
recorded.
The local date/time is displayed.
0 Camera information display displays only
information of Gain, Iris, Shutter and White
Balance that have been recorded.
K Network Connection Icon a
When [Main Menu] B [System] B [Network] is
set to “On(SDI Off)” or “On(HDMI Off)”, the
network connection status is displayed.
This icon is not displayed when “Off” is selected.
Icon
.
(Blink)
.
(Yellow)
0dB
F1. 6
1/ 100
P13000K
AE LOCK/4
Hide
GPS Display
.
Others
Memo :
0 Trimming information is displayed while
trimming is in progress. You cannot switch the
display using the [AE LOCK/4] button during this
process.
J Date/Time Display
Displays the date/time that is recorded on the
currently played SD card.
Memo :
0 The date/time display style can be specified in
[LCD/VF] B [Display Settings] B [Date Style]/
[Time Style].
Connection is established
When a USB adapter different
from the connection settings is
detected
(No display) When an incompatible USB
adapter is detected, or when
[Network] is set to “Off”
Camera Information
Display
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Connection is not established
(preparing for connection)
.
.
AE LOCK/4
AE LOCK/4
Status
Connection is not established
(starting up, preparing for
connection)
Memo :
0 When a cellular adapter that supports LTE
connection display is in use, “LTE” will appear to
the left of the above icon when LTE connection
is detected.
L Time Code (I)/User’s Bit (J) Display
0 Displays the time code (hour: minute:
second: frame) or user’s bit data recorded in
the SD card being played back.
0 Example of time code display:
00:00:00:00
.
※
* Colon (:) denotes non-drop frames and dot (.)
denotes drop frames.
0 Example of user’s bit display:
.
FF EE DD 20
Memo :
0 You can specify whether to display the time
code, user’s bit, or turn off the display in [TC/UB]
of [Main Menu] B [LCD/VF] B [Display
Settings].
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M Event/Warning Display Area
Displays error messages.
N Media Status
PLAY
STILL
FWD *
: Playing
: Still picture playback mode
: High-speed playback in the
forward direction (* playback
speed: 5x, 15x, 60x, or 360x)
REV *
: High-speed playback in the
reverse direction (* reverse
playback speed: 5x, 15x, 60x, or
360x)
STOP
: Stop mode
P.OFF
: Power OFF
O Check Mark
Displayed when the currently played clip is
selected.
P OK Mark
Displayed when OK mark has been appended.
Q Clip Information
Displays current clip number/total number of
clips.
Status Screen
0 This screen allows you to check the current
settings.
0 To display the status screen, press the
[STATUS] button in the normal screen.
0 The status display differs according to the
operation mode (two types).
0 Press the [STATUS] button to switch to the
display screen.
0 Press the [MENU/THUMB] button at each status
screen (other than the [Camera 1]/[Camera 2]
screen) to enter the setting screen.
0 Use the cross-shaped button (HI) to switch
screens as follows:
Others
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* These are screen examples of GY-HM660. The
contents displayed are different depending on the
model and settings.
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Troubleshooting
Symptom
Power does not turn on.
Unable to start recording.
Action
0 Is the AC adapter properly connected?
0 Is the battery charged?
0 Is the power turned on immediately after it is turned off?
0
0
0
Camera image is not output on
the LCD monitor and
viewfinder screen.
Playback does not start after
selecting a clip thumbnail and
pressing the Set button (R).
No sound during playback.
Images on the LCD monitor
and viewfinder screen appear
dark or blurred.
0
0
Make sure to wait for an interval of at least 5 seconds before turning
on the power again.
Is the record trigger button/lock switch on the handle turned on?
Is the write-protect switch of the SD card turned on?
Make sure that the write-protect switch is turned off.
Is the camera recorder set to the Camera mode?
Use the [MODE] selection button to switch to the Camera mode.
Is the SD card inserted compatible with the recording format?
Is the camera recorder set to the Camera mode?
Use the [MODE] selection button to switch to the Camera mode.
0 Is the selected clip a playable clip?
Playback is not possible if the clip has a different video format setting.
Others
Is the currently played clip recorded in the Variable Frame Rec mode?
Readjust the brightness of the LCD monitor and viewfinder.
Is the [ND FILTER] switch set to “1/64”?
Is the iris closed?
Is the shutter speed setting too high?
Is the amount of peaking too little? Use the [PEAKING +/-] button to
adjust the contour for the LCD monitor and the viewfinder screen.
The [CH1/CH2] recording level 0 Is the [CH1/CH2 AUTO/MANUAL] switch set to “AUTO”?
0 Is the [FULL AUTO] switch set to “ON”?
adjustment knob does not
work.
Is the [FULL AUTO] switch set to “ON”, and [A/V Set] B [Audio
Set] B [Audio On FULL AUTO] set to “Auto”?
SD card cannot be initialized
(formatted).
Battery alarm appears even
after loading a charged
battery.
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0
0
0
0
0
0
0 Is the write-protect switch of the SD card turned on?
Make sure that the write-protect switch is turned off.
0 Is the battery too old?
Symptom
The time code and user’s bit
are not displayed.
Action
0 Even in Camera mode or Media mode, the time code and user’s bit
may not be displayed depending to the type of display.
0 Is [LCD/VF] B [Display Settings] B [TC/UB] set to “Off”? To display
the time code or user’s bit, set it to “TC” or “UB”.
The date and time are not
displayed.
0 The date and time are only displayed on the Display 1 and Display 2
Incorrect display on the
viewfinder.
The actual recording time is
shorter than the estimated
time.
The two camera recorders are
not synchronized even though
the time codes have been
synchronized. (Z on the Slave
device is not displayed.)
Cannot connect to wireless
LAN. a
0 Is the LCD monitor used with [LCD/VF] B [LCD + VF] set to “Off”?
screens in the Camera mode (during shooting).
0 Is [System] B [Record Set] B [Time Stamp] set to “On”? To display
the date and time, set it to “Off”.
0 The recordable time may be shorter depending on the shooting
conditions or the subject.
0 Is the [TC IN/OUT] switch correctly set?
0 Set [System] B [Record Set] B [Record Format] B [WFrame & Bit
Rate] such that the two camera recorders have the same frame rate.
0 Check the mode of connection and method of setting ([SSID] and
[Passphrase] in cases other than WPS).
0 Even if the Passphrase is wrong, “Completed the Setup Wizard.
Please Input the Passphrase into Your Device.” may appear at the
browser setting depending on the type of encryption.
Adjust [Passphrase] again.
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Others
The View Remote screen turns 0 The network path is congested.
black.
Wait a while before refreshing (reloading) the web browser.
The screen flickers.
The screen freezes.
Cannot perform remote
operation.
a
The clips cannot be uploaded 0 Adjust the [Clip Server] settings.
to the FTP server. a
0 The maximum size of the recorded clip is 64 GB.
If a file size limit is set in the FTP server settings, set the size limit to
more than 64 GB.
0 The wireless LAN may be disconnected depending on the
The wireless LAN is
disconnected. a
environment. Change the usage environment.
0 Connect via wired LAN.
0 Signal reception from GPS satellites may be affected by buildings or
GPS signal cannot be
received. l
trees.
Perform positioning preferably at an unobstructed location with a clear
view.
0 The precision error may be up to hundreds of meters if the GPS signal
The position is not accurate.
l
is weak or reflected off surrounding buildings.
The images and audio sound 0 Depending on the type of network adapter used and the connection,
during live streaming are
streaming may not be possible with the encoding bit rate specified.
choppy. a
Please reduce the encoding bit rate.
Precautions for Proper
Use
Storage and Usage Locations
Others
o Allowable ambient temperature and humidity
Be sure to use this unit within the allowable
temperature range of 0 °C to 40 °C (32 °F to
104°F) and a relative humidity of 30 % to 80 %.
Using this unit at a temperature or humidity
outside the allowable ranges could result not
only in malfunction but also serious impact on
the CMOS elements as small white spots may
be generated. Please exercise care during use.
o Strong electromagnetic waves or magnetism
Noise may appear in the picture or audio and/or
the colors may be incorrect if this unit is used
near a radio or television transmitting antenna,
in places where strong magnetic fields are
generated by transformers, motors, etc., or near
devices emitting radio waves, such as
transceivers or cellular phones.
o Use of wireless microphone near this unit
When a wireless microphone or wireless
microphone tuner is used near this unit during
recording, the tuner could pick up noise.
o Avoid using or placing this unit in the following
places.
0 Places subject to extreme heat or cold
0 Places with excessive dirt or dust
0 Places with high humidity or moisture
0 Places subject to smoke or vapor such as near
a cooking stove
0 Places subject to strong vibrations or unstable
surfaces
0 In a parked car under direct sunlight or near a
heater for long hours
o Do not place this unit at places that are subject
to radiation or X-rays, or where corrosive gases
occur.
o Protect this unit from being splashed with water.
(Especially when shooting in the rain)
o Protect this unit from getting wet when shooting
on a beach. In addition, salt and sand may
adhere to the body. Be sure to clean the unit after
use.
o Protect this unit against penetration of dust
when using it in a place subject to sandy dust.
Carrying the Camera
o Do not drop or hit this unit against a hard object
when transporting.
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Power Saving
o When this unit is not in use, be sure to set the
[POWER ON/OFF(CHG)] switch to
“OFF(CHG)” in order to reduce power
consumption.
Maintenance
o Turn off the power before performing any
maintenance.
o Wipe the external cabinet of the unit with a soft
cloth. Do not wipe the body with benzene or
thinner. Doing so may cause the surface to melt
or turn cloudy. When it is extremely dirty, soak
the cloth in a solution of neutral detergent, wipe
the body with it, and then use a clean cloth to
remove the detergent.
Rechargeable Battery
o Be sure to use only the specified batteries.
We do not guarantee the safety and
performance of this device if an unspecified
battery is used.
o For details, refer to the “INSTRUCTIONS” of the
battery.
o ATTENTION:
The product you have purchased
is powered by a rechargeable
battery that is recyclable.
Please call 1-800-8-BATTERY for
information on how to recycle this
battery.
Regular Inspection (Maintenance)
o Under normal environment, dust will
accumulate on the camera recorder when it is
used over a long period. Dust may enter the
camera recorder especially if it is used outdoors.
This may affect the image and sound quality of
the camera recorder. Check and replace the fan
after every 9000 hours (suggested guideline).
You can check the usage time of the fan in
[System] B [System Information] B [Fan Hour].
If the fan is used for more than 9000 hours
without replacement, “Fan Maintenance
Required” will be displayed every time you turn
on the power.
Encryption in Network Connection a
o Wireless LAN connections make use of an
encryption function.
This encryption is designed for commerciallysold equipment, and it cannot be altered.
SDHC/SDXC Cards
o SDHC/SDXC card is referred to as SD card in
this manual.
o This camera recorder saves the recorded
images and audio sound on the SD card (sold
separately) in the card slot.
o If the SD card contains files recorded by devices
other than this camera recorder or files that are
saved from a PC, the recordable time may be
shorter or data may not be properly recorded. In
addition, the remaining space on the card may
not increase even when files are deleted using
a PC.
o For details on the combinations of usable SD
card and format setting, refer to the following.
* Using cards other than those from Panasonic,
TOSHIBA or SanDisk may result in recording
failure or data loss.
Handling of SD Cards
Groove
o The SD card may pop out when it is being
removed. Be careful not to lose the card.
.
GPS l
o The GPS (Global Positioning System) satellites
are managed by the Department of State of the
U.S., and its precision may be altered
intentionally.
o Perform positioning at an unobstructed location
with a clear view that is not indoors or blocked
by trees.
o The time needed for obtaining the position
information may be longer and variation may
also be larger depending on the surrounding
environment and time of day.
o This camera recorder uses the WGS 84 World
Geodetic System.
o Signal from GPS satellites may be interrupted by
communication signal from electronic devices
such as mobile phones.
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Others
o The status indicator lights up in red when data
on the SD card is being accessed.
Do not remove the SD card during data access
(such as recording, playback, or formatting). Do
not turn off the power or remove the battery and
AC adapter during access either.
o Do not use or store the SD card in a place that
is subject to static electricity or electrical noise.
o Do not place the SD card near locations that are
exposed to strong magnetic fields or radio
waves.
o Inserting the SD card incorrectly may result in
damage of this unit or the SD card.
o We are not liable for any accidental loss of data
stored on the SD card. Please back up any
important data.
o Make use of the SD card within the prescribed
conditions of use.
Do not use it at the following locations.
Places that are subject to direct sunlight, high
humidity or corrosion, places near thermal
equipment, sandy or dusty places, or in a car
under the sun with the doors and windows
closed.
o Do not bend or drop the SD card, or subject it to
strong impact or vibration.
o Do not splash the SD card with water.
o Do not dismantle or modify the SD card.
o Do not touch the terminals with your hands or
with a metal object.
o Do not allow dust, dirt, water, or foreign objects
to adhere to the terminals.
o Do not remove the labels or stick other labels or
stickers on the SD cards.
o Do not use pencils or ballpoint pens to write on
the SD cards. Always use oil-based pens.
o If you format (initialize) the SD card, all data
recorded on the card, including video data and
setup files, will be deleted.
o You are recommended to use cards that are
formatted (initialized) on this camera recorder.
0 The SD card may be damaged if the camera
recorder is not operated correctly. Formatting
(Initializing) the SD card may allow it to operate
correctly.
0 SD cards that have been formatted (initialized)
on other cameras, computers or peripheral
equipment may not operate correctly. In this
case, format (initialize) the SD card on this
camera recorder.
o If you want to wipe out all information by
completely erasing the data, we recommend
either using commercially available software
that is specially designed for that purpose, or by
physically destroying the SD card with a
hammer, etc. When formatting or erasing data
using the camera recorder, only the file
administration information is changed. The data
is not completely erased from the SD card.
o Some commercially available SD cards may be
harder to be removed from this unit. Remove
them by hooking onto the groove on the cards.
0 It will be easier to remove the cards after several
times.
0 Do not stick any stickers on the cards.
LCD Monitor and Viewfinder
o The LCD monitor and viewfinder screen are
manufactured using high-precision technology.
Black spots may appear on the LCD monitor and
viewfinder screen, or red, blue, and/or white
spots may not disappear. However, this is not a
malfunction and these spots are not recorded on
the SD card.
o If you use this unit continuously for a long period
of time, the characters displayed in the
viewfinder may temporarily remain on the
screen. This is not recorded on the SD card.
They will not appear after you turn the power off
and then on again.
o If you use this unit in a cold place, the images
may appear to lag on the screen, but this is not
a malfunction. Retained images are not
recorded on the SD card.
o Do not press against the surface with force or
subject it to strong impact. Doing so may
damage or break the screens.
o Noise may appear in the viewfinder when
switching between the live video and playback
images.
o Due to the characteristic of the viewfinder
display device, colors may appear on the
images when you blink your eyes. It does not
affect the recorded images, SDI output, or HDMI
output.
Others
License Notices
o MPEG LA AVC
THIS PRODUCT IS LICENSED UNDER THE
AVC PATENT PORTFOLIO LICENSE FOR
THE PERSONAL USE OF A CONSUMER OR
OTHER USES IN WHICH IT DOES NOT
RECEIVE REMUNERATION TO
(i) ENCODE VIDEO IN COMPLIANCE WITH
THE AVC STANDARD (“AVC VIDEO”) AND/OR
(ii) DECODE AVC VIDEO THAT WAS
ENCODED BY A CONSUMER ENGAGED IN A
PERSONAL ACTIVITY AND/OR WAS
OBTAINED FROM A VIDEO PROVIDER
LICENSED TO PROVIDE AVC VIDEO.
NO LICENSE IS GRANTED OR SHALL BE
IMPLIED FOR ANY OTHER USE. ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM
MPEG LA, L.L.C. SEE
HTTP://WWW.MPEGLA.COM
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o MPEG LA MPEG-2 Patent
ANY USE OF THIS UNIT IN ANY MANNER
OTHER THAN PERSONAL USE THAT
COMPLIES WITH THE MPEG-2 STANDARD
FOR ENCODING VIDEO INFORMATION FOR
PACKAGED MEDIA IS EXPRESSLY
PROHIBITED WITHOUT A LICENSE UNDER
APPLICABLE PATENTS IN THE MPEG-2
PATENT PORTFOLIO, WHICH LICENSE IS
AVAILABLE FROM MPEG LA, LLC, 6312 S.
WHICH LICENSE IS AVAILABLE FROM MPEG
LA, LLC, 6312 S. Fiddlers Green circle, Suite
400E, Greenwood Village, Colorado 80111
U.S.A.
Copyright
o Any recordings made on this camera recorder
that are played back for profit or public preview
may infringe on the rights of the owner of the
recordings.
Do not use the recordings for purpose other than
personal enjoyment without prior consent from
the owner.
Others
o Do not insert objects other than the memory card
into the card slot.
o Do not block the vent on the unit.
Blocking of the vent causes internal heating and
may lead to burns and fires.
o Do not turn off the [POWER ON/OFF(CHG)]
switch or remove the power cable during
recording or playback.
o The camera recorder may not show stable
pictures for a few seconds immediately after the
power is turned on, but this is not a malfunction.
o When the video signal output terminals are not
in use, put on the covers to prevent damage to
the terminals.
o Do not drop this unit or subject it to strong impact
or vibration as it is a precision equipment.
o Optical performance of lens
Due to the optical performance of the lens, color
divergence phenomena (magnification
chromatic aberration) may occur at the
periphery of the image. This is not a camera
malfunction.
o Noise may appear in the image when switching
modes.
o If placed on its side, heat release efficiency will
deteriorate.
o Use the supplied AC adapter as the power
supply. Do not use the supplied AC adapter on
other devices.
o When the connectors that come with connector
covers are not in use, put on the covers to
prevent damage to the connectors.
o This camera recorder makes use of fonts by
Fontworks Inc.
o This camera recorder makes use of M+FONTS.
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XDCAM EX is a trademark of Sony
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SDXC and SDHC logos are trademarks of
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Specifications
[IN]
General
Item
Power
Power
consumption
Mass
Description
DC 12 V
Approx. 12 W a
Approx. 10 W b
(When recording in the factory default
settings using the viewfinder.)
Approx. 2.5 kg (with battery) a
Approx. 2.4 kg (with battery) b
0 °C to 40 °C (32 °F to 104 °F)
Allowable
operating
temperature
Allowable
30 %RH to 80 %RH
operating
humidity
Allowable
-20 °C to 50 °C (-4 °F to 122 °F)
storage
temperature
Dimensions (W 177.5 mm × 197 mm × 415.5 mm
× H × D)
Terminal Section
Others
Item
Description
[HD/SD SDI] output terminal (480i or 576i:
Downconverted; 720p/1080i: embedded audio),
BNC (unbalanced)
HD-SDI
Compliant with SMPTE ST292
SD-SDI
Compliant with SMPTE ST259
[HDMI] Output
Type A
Terminal
[INPUT1/INPUT2] terminal
[MIC]
[LINE]
[AUX] terminal
[AV] terminal
Video signal
Audio signal
[x] terminal
[REMOTE]
terminal
[U] terminal
[DEVICE]
[HOST] a
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Item
[TC] terminal
-50 dBu, 3 kK, XLR (balanced),
+48 V output (phantom power
supply)
+4 dBu, 10 kK, XLR (balanced)
-22 dBu, 10 kK, 3.5 mm stereo
mini jack (unbalanced)
Φ3.5 mm 4-pin mini jack
1.0 V (p-p)
-8 dBu (during reference level
input), 1 kK (unbalanced)
Φ3.5 mm mini jack (stereo)
Φ2.5 mm mini jack (stereo)
Mini USB-B type, USB 2.0,
slave function (mass storage
class) only
USB-A type, USB2.0, network
connection function only
[OUT]
Description
1.0 V (p-p) to 4.0 V (p-p) high
impedance
2.0 ± 1.0 V (p-p) low impedance
Lens Section
Lens
Item
Filter diameter
Description
Fujinon F1.6, 23x, f=4.1 mm to
94.3 mm
(35 mm conversion: 29 mm to
667 mm)
Φ72 mm
Camera Section
Item
Image pickup
device
Color separation
prism
Sync system
Optical filter
Gain
Electronic
shutter
Variable Frame
Rate
LCD monitor
Viewfinder
Description
1/3-inch Progressive CMOS
F1.6, 3-color separation prism
Internal sync (built-in SSG)
OFF, 1/4, 1/16, 1/64
-6dB, -3dB, 0dB, 3dB, 6dB,
9dB, 12dB, 15dB, 18dB, 21dB,
24dB, Lolux (30dB, 36dB), AGC
1/4 to 1/10000, EEI
2/30-60/30fps, 2/25-50/25fps,
2/24-60/24fps
3.5-inch LCD, 16:9, 920K pixels
0.45-inch LCOS, 1.22M pixels
(852 x 480 x 3)
Storage Section
Item
Supported
media
Slots
Description
SDHC/SDXC
x2
Video/Audio
* The specifications and appearance of this
product are subject to changes for further
improvement without prior notice.
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Others
Item
Description
Recording time Approx. 25 minutes (8 GB SD
card, 35 Mbps, VBR mode)
HD mode
(MOV/MP4/MXF: MPEG-2) a
(MOV/MP4: MPEG-2) b
Video
QuickTime File Format (For
recording file Final Cut Pro)/MP4 File Format/
MXF File Format a
format
QuickTime File Format (For
Final Cut Pro)/MP4 File Format
b
Video
HQ mode MPEG-2 Long GOP VBR, 35
Mbps (Max) MP@HL,
1920x1080/59.94i, 29.97p,
23.98p, 50i, 25p
1440x1080/59.94i, 50i
1280x720/59.94p, 29.97p,
23.98p, 50p, 25p
SP mode MPEG-2 Long GOP CBR, 18.3
Mbps MP@HL (720p)/25 Mbps
MP@H14 (1080i)
1440x1080/59.94i, 50i
1280x720/59.94p, 50p
Audio
LPCM 2ch, 48 kHz/16 Bit
HD mode (AVCHD)
Video
AVCHD File Format
recording file
format
Video
HQ mode MPEG-4 AVC/H.264, 28 Mbps
(Max)
1920x1080/59.94p, 50p
MPEG-4 AVC/H.264, 24 Mbps
(Max)
1920x1080/59.94i, 50i
SP mode MPEG-4 AVC/H.264, 18 Mbps
(Max)
1920x1080/59.94i, 50i
LP mode MPEG-4 AVC/H.264, 9 Mbps
1440x1080/59.94i, 50i
EP mode MPEG-4 AVC/H.264, 5 Mbps
1440x1080/59.94i, 50i
Audio
Dolby Digital 2ch, 48 kHz/16 Bit,
256 kbps
Item
Description
HD mode (MOV: H.264)
QuickTime File Format
Video
recording file
format
Video
XHQ Mode MPEG-4 AVC/H.264, 50 Mbps (Max)
1920x1080/59.94p, 59.94i, 29.97p,
23.98p, 50p, 50i, 25p
UHQ Mode MPEG-4 AVC/H.264, 35 Mbps (Max)
1920x1080/59.94i, 29.97p, 23.98p,
50i, 25p
Audio
LPCM 2ch, 48 kHz/16 Bit
SD mode (MOV: H.264)
Video
QuickTime File Format
recording file
format
Video
MPEG-4 AVC/H.264, 8 Mbps
720x480/59.94i (U model only),
720x576/50i (E model only)
Audio
LPCM 2ch, 48 kHz/16 Bit
Web mode (MOV: H.264) a
Video
QuickTime File Format
recording file
format
Video
HQ mode MPEG-4 AVC/H.264, 3 Mbps
960x540/29.97p, 23.98p, 25p
LP mode MPEG-4 AVC/H.264, 1.2 Mbps
480x270/29.97p, 23.98p, 25p
Audio
μ-law 2ch, 16 kHz
Streaming mode 1920x1080/59.94i, 50i Audio
a
AAC 128 k 12/8/5/3 Mbps
1280x720/29.97p, 25p Audio
AAC 128 k 8/5/3/1.5 Mbps
720x480/59.94i 720x576/50i
Audio AAC 128 k/64 k/32 k
8/5/3/1.5/0.8/0.3 Mbps
640x360/29.97p, 25p Audio
AAC 32 k 3/1.5/0.8/0.3 Mbps
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