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User’s Manual
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Introduction
Welcome and thank you for choosing a TOSHIBA product.
For your convenience, your TOSHIBA product is furnished with two
guides:
a) a Quick Start Guide, and
b) this comprehensive PDF User’s Manual on the included CD.
Contents
Section 1 Getting to Know Your Camcorder......................................... 4
Overview................................................................................. 4
Check the Components......................................................... 4
Safety Instructions................................................................. 5
System Requirements............................................................ 5
Front View and Side View...................................................... 6
Rear View................................................................................ 6
Section 2 Getting Started........................................................................ 7
Loading the Battery................................................................ 7
Inserting and Removing an SD Card (Optional).................. 7
Turning the Camcorder On and Getting Started.................. 8
Turning the Camcorder Off.................................................... 8
Section 3 Record Mode........................................................................... 9
Button Function...................................................................... 9
LCD Monitor Information..................................................... 10
Movie Recording................................................................... 11
Picture Recording................................................................ 12
Taking Close up Pictures..................................................... 12
Using Digital Zoom............................................................... 12
Options for Record Menu.................................................... 13
Operations for Record Mode .............................................. 13
Movie Mode Submenu Setting............................................ 14
Picture Mode Submenu Setting.......................................... 15
Effect Submenu Setting....................................................... 17
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Contents
Section 4 Playback Mode..................................................................... 19
Button Function.................................................................... 19
LCD Monitor Information..................................................... 20
Operations for Playback Mode . ......................................... 21
Movie Playback..................................................................... 21
Movie Playback Mode Menu................................................ 22
Picture Playback................................................................... 24
Picture Playback Mode Menu.............................................. 25
Section 5 Setting Your Camcorder ..................................................... 27
Setting Menu......................................................................... 27
Section 6 Viewing Pictures and Movies on a TV................................ 31
Connecting to a High-Definition 16:9 (Wide) TV................ 31
Connecting to a Non-High-Definition 4:3 TV...................... 31
Section 7 Viewing Pictures and Movies on PC................................... 32
Installing Bundled Software................................................ 32
Transferring Data to a Computer......................................... 32
Section 8 Burning the Recorded Clip into DVD.................................. 33
Section 9 Uploading Video Files to YouTube...................................... 35
Section 10 Specifications..................................................................... 39
Section 11 Troubleshooting.................................................................. 40
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Contents
Section 12 Other Information............................................................... 41
TOSHIBA Support............................................................... 41
Operating Environment Conditions.................................. 41
Regulatory Information...................................................... 41
Additional Information....................................................... 43
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Section 1
Getting to Know Your Camcorder
Overview
The camcorder with 5 Mega Pixel sensor can take H.264 movies. By way of using H.264 technology,
more videos can be taken within certain amount of memory. High quality images with up to 8 mega-pixels
can also be delivered smoothly. With a color LCD monitor, users can compose images and examine
them easily.
The camcorder also features movie recording at HD resolution of 1440x1080. You can also connect
it to an HDTV via HDMI cable, and easily playback recorded high-definition videos on the wide screen
HDTV.
Exposure and color balance can either be adjusted automatically or allowed to be changed manually. An
2x/4x digital zoom increases user control over the movies and pictures you take.
Built-in memory allows you to take pictures and movies without memory card. The memory card slot
allows users to increase the storage capacity.
Note
Partial memory of the built-in memory is used for Firmware code.
Check the Components
Unpack the package and make sure all standard accessories listed are included:
Camcorder
Quick Start Guide
USB Cable
CD-ROM
(Software
User’s Manual)
AV Cable
Strap
HDMI Cable
Pouch
AC-Adaptor
Cleaning Cloth
Lithium-ion
Rechargeable
Battery
Warranty Leaflet
Tripod
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Safety Instructions
1. Do not drop, puncture or disassemble the camcorder; otherwise the warranty will be voided.
2. Avoid all contact with water, and dry hands before using.
3. Do not expose the camcorder to high temperature or leave it in direct sunlight. Doing so may
damage the camcorder.
4. Use the camcorder with care. Avoid pressing hard on the camcorder body.
5. For your own safety, avoid using the camcorder when there is a storm or lightning.
6. Do not use batteries of different specifications. Doing so may lead to the potential for serious
damage.
7. Remove the battery during long periods between usage, as a deteriorated battery may
affect the functionality of the camcorder.
8. Remove the battery if it shows signs of leaking or distortion.
9. Use only the accessories supplied by the manufacturer.
10. Keep the camcorder out of the reach of infants.
11. Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type.
12. Dispose of used batteries according to the instructions.
System Requirements
• Microsoft Windows 2000/XP/Vista
• Intel Pentium III 800MHz or above
• 256 MB RAM
• CD-ROM Drive
• 700 MB free HDD space
• Available USB port
• 16-bit Color Display
Note
The LCD screen is manufactured using extremely high-precision technology. However, some
tiny black and/or bright dots (white, red, blue or green) may appear on the LCD screen.
These dots are a normal result of the manufacturing process, and do not affect the recording.
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Front View and Side View
Macro Switch
Microphone
Speaker
LCD Panel
Lens
Flash Light
Self-timer LED
Power Button
Battery/SD card Cover
Rear View
LED
Menu/OK Button
Direction Button
Movie Shutter Button
Picture Shutter Button
Tele Button
OK Button
Wide Button
RECORD/PLAY Button
TV Port
HDMI Port
Mini USB 2.0 port
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Section 2
Getting Started
Loading the Battery
Before using the camcorder, users must load Lithium-ion rechargeable battery.
1.Insert the battery following to the correct polarity marks ( + or -).
2.Close the battery cover firmly.
Inserting and Removing an SD Card (Optional)
The camcorder comes with internal memory which allows you to store pictures and movies. You can
expand the memory capacity by using an optional SD memory card.
1.Insert the memory card into the right position. Please refer to the figure.
2.To remove an installed SD card, press the card inwards to release it.
3.When the card pops out, gently remove it from its slot.
4.Recommended memory capacity: 1GB or above
Note
• When a memory card is fitted, movies/pictures are saved on card rather than on the built-in
memory.
• Protecting Data on an SD Card: SD card is read-only by locking the SD card. No pictures
and movies can be recorded when the SD card is locked. Make sure the lock is on writeable
position before recording any media.
Writeable
position
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Write-Protected
Position
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Turning the Camcorder On and Getting Started
• To turn on the camcorder:
1.Flip out the LCD panel; the camcorder will turn on automatically.
2.Or press Power Button for one second to turn on it.
• To take a movie, press the Movie Shutter Button (
• To take a picture, press the Picture Shutter Button (
).
).
• To view stored movies and pictures, press RECORD/PLAY Button (
) once to switch to Playback
Mode. Press a second time to return to Record Mode.
Turning the Camcorder Off
• To turn off the camcorder, you can either press the Power Button for one second, or you can place the
LCD panel back to its original position.
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Section 3
Record Mode
Button Function
Direction Button:
Right Button: Flash Auto/Red Eye/OFF
Left Button: Self timer ON/OFF
Up Button: LCD Information ON/OFF
Down Button: HD(1080p)/VGA mode switch
Menu/OK Button: Menu ON
Tele Button : Digital Zoom In
Wide Button : Digital Zoom out
OK Button: Menu ON/Validate the setting
Power Button: Press down for one second to turn on or
turn off the camcorder
RECORD/PLAY Button functions:
1.Switch between Record /Playback Mode
2.Return to the previous page
3.For quick review, press it after recording
Movie Shutter Button:
1.Start to take movie.
2.To stop recording, press it again.
Picture Shutter Button: Start to take picture.
Macro switch: Switch between Macro Mode, Portrait
Mode,and Normal Mode.
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LCD Monitor Information
The indicator shown below may display on LCD when movies and pictures are recorded:
Movie Resolution
HD (1080p) (30fps)
HD (720p) (30fps)
WVGA (60fps)
VGA (30fps)
(1)
QVGA (30fps)
Picture Resolution
High
Standard
Low
Number of images that can still be taken at current resolution
(2)
Recording time of movie that can still be taken at current resolution
Auto Flash
(3)
Red Eye Reduction
Flash Off
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(4)
Self-timer enabled
Scene
Skin
(5)
Night
Backlight
(6)
Macro Position Focusing
+1.0EV
+0.6EV
+0.3EV
(7)
0EV
Exposure compensation value
-0.3EV
-0.6EV
-1.0EV
(8)
Manual White Balance
(9)
SD Card inserted
Battery: full power
Battery: medium power
(10)
Battery: low power
Battery: power empty
Zoom meter:
(11)
1080p:2X digital zoom
Other video resolution:4X digital zoom
(12)
Stabilization
Note
Scene: B/W / Classic / Nagative effect can be previewed immediately without indicator on the
LCD
Movie Recording
• Press Movie Shutter button (
) to start recording. When a movie is recording, a time indicator will
display on LCD monitor. To stop recording, press Movie Shutter Button (
) again.
• Press RECORD/PLAY Button to view the recorded movie.
• Five resolution settings are available:
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Video Quality
HD (1080p) (30fps)
HD (720p) (30fps)
WVGA (60fps)
VGA (30fps)
QVGA (30fps)
Picture Recording
• Press the Picture Shutter Button (
) to take a picture.
• Press RECORD/PLAY Button to view the picture.
• Three resolution settings are available:
Image Quality
High Quality:8 Mega Pixels
Standard Quality:5 Mega Pixels
Low Quality:3 Mega Pixels
Taking Close up Pictures
• Slide the macro switch to change the focus range for different distances of objects
• To take close-up pictures:
1.Slide the macro switch to Macro (
) for object located at about 20cm, or Portrait (
) positions for
object located from 90cm to 200cm.
2.Press Picture Shutter Button (
• In Macro Mode, the macro icon(
) to take the picture.
) will appear on the LCD monitor.
Note
Remember to turn the macro switch back to Normal (
pictures.
) when you are not taking close-up
Using Digital Zoom
• The digital zoom magnifies images, when recording movies or taking pictures.
1.To zoom in/out, press the Tele/Wide Button.
2.The digital zoom can be set from 1x to 2x(1080p)/ 1x to 4x(for other video resolution).
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Options for Record Menu
Movie Mode
Picture Mode
Effect
• Resolution
• Resolution
• Scene
• Stabilization
• Flash
• Exposure
• Self-timer
• WB(White Balance)
Operations for Record Mode
Operation
Display Screen
1.Press Menu/OK Button when in Record Mode.
2.Use Right/Left Buttons to move between main menu
options, which are Movie Mode, Picture Mode, and
Effect.
3.Press Down Button to enter the folder of main option
you select.
4.Press Right/Left button to select the setting options,
then press OK button to validate.
5.Press RECORD/PLAY button to exit.
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Movie Mode Submenu Setting
Operation
Display Screen
1.In Record Mode, press Menu/OK Button to enter
record menu screen.
2.Use Right/Left Buttons to select Movie Mode.
3.The Movie Mode submenu contains 2 options,
Resolution and Stabilization, for you to adjust the
camcorder setting.
Movie Resolution
Operation
Display Screen
1. In Movie Mode submenu, press Down button to
enter Resolution.
2. Use Right/Left Buttons to move between five
settings.
3. Press OK Button to validate the setting.
Stabilization
Operation
Display Screen
1. In Movie Mode submenu, press Up/Down Button
to enter Stabilization.
2. Use Right/Left Buttons to choose On or Off.
3. Press OK Button to validate the setting.
Note
Stabilization doesn’t support HD(1080p) and WVGA(60fps).
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Picture Mode Submenu Setting
Operation
Display Screen
1.In Record Mode, press Menu/OK Button to enter
record menu screen.
2.Use Right/Left Buttons to select Picture Mode.
3.The Picture Mode submenu contains 3 options,
Resolution, Flash, and Self timer, for you to
adjust the camcorder setting.
Picture Resolution
Operation
Display Screen
1. In Picture Mode submenu, press Down button to
enter Resolution.
2. Use Right/Left Buttons to move between three
settings.
3. Press OK Button to validate the setting.
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Flash (Picture Mode Only)
This camcorder has three flash settings. To change flash setting by either hot key (Right Button) or
Option Setting.
• Auto (
): The flash fires automatically according to light conditions. Use this mode for general
photography.
• Red Eye (
): The pre-flash will fire to reduce the red-eye effect.
• Off (
): The flash will not fire under any circumstances. Use this mode when taking images in a
place where flash photography is prohibited, or when the subject is distant (beyond the range of the
flash).
Operation
Display Screen
1. In Picture Mode submenu, press UP/Down
button to select Flash.
2.Use Right/Left Buttons to move between 3
settings.
3.Press OK Button to validate the setting.
Note
The flash will be disabled automatically when battery power is low (
).
Self-timer (Picture Mode Only)
The self-timer allows you to take pictures with a ten-second time delay. The self-timer LED on the front
of the camcorder beneath the flash light will also blink. The speed of blinking will increase just before
the picture is taken.
Operation
Display Screen
1. In Picture Mode submenu, press UP/Down
button to select Self-timer.
2.Use Right/Left Buttons to choose On or Off.
3.Press OK Button to validate the setting.
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Effect Submenu Setting
Operation
Display Screen
1.In Record Mode, press Menu/OK Button to enter
record menu screen.
2.Use Right/Left Buttons to select Effect.
3.The Effect submenu contains 3 options, Scene,
Exposure, and WB, for you to adjust the camera
setting.
Scene
You can select the mode according to the scene condition.
• Auto: Shoot without any special effect on the image.
• Skin: Shoot with an effect that makes skin tones more natural
• Night: Use Night mode for night scenes or low light conditions.
• Backlight: You can take shots when bright light is behind the subject.
• B/W: The image is converted to black-and-white.
• Classic: The image is converted to sepia look.
• Negative: The image is converted as the negative of the normal
Operation
Display Screen
1. In Effect submenu, press Down button to enter
Scene.
2. Use Right/Left Buttons to move between 7
settings.
3. Press OK Button to validate the setting.
Note
To avoid blurry pictures, place the camcorder on a flat, steady surface, or use a tripod when taking
shots in Night mode.
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Exposure
The camcorder adjusts image exposure automatically. In certain circumstances you may wish to adjust
the exposure compensation setting.
Operation
Display Screen
1. In Effect submenu, press UP/Down button to
select Exposure.
2. Use Right/Left Buttons to choose preferred
EV(Exposure Value). The change can be
previewed immediately.
3. Press OK Button to validate the setting.
WB (White Balance)
The camcorder adjusts the color balance of images automatically. Three manual white balance settings
are available:
• Auto: The camcorder automatically adjusts white balance.
• Daylight: Under outdoors.
• Fluorescent: Under fluorescent light condition.
• Tungsten: Under tungsten light condition.
Operation
Display Screen
1. In Effect submenu, press Down button to select
WB.
2. Use Right/Left Buttons to move between
four settings. The change can be previewed
immediately.
3. Press OK Button to validate the setting.
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Section 4
Playback Mode
Button Function
The Buttons have the following functions in Movie and Picture Playback Modes.
Direction Button:
Right Button: Go to the next movie/picture. Fast forward
Left Button: Go to the previous movie/picture. Fast rewind
Up Button: Volume increase/Information ON/OFF
Down Button: Volume decrease
Menu/OK Button: Enter to movie or picture option menu.
Tele Button : Zoom in.
Wide Button : Zoom out
OK Button: Validate the setting.
RECORD/PLAY Button functions:
1.Switch between Record and Playback modes.
2.Return to the previous page.
Movie Shutter Button:
Start playing the recorded movie.
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LCD Monitor Information
Indicators on the LCD screen while in Playback Mode:
HD (1080p) (30fps)
HD (720p) (30fps)
WVGA (60fps)
(1)
VGA (30fps)
QVGA (30fps)
High
Standard
Low
(2)
Movie playback time counter
(3)
Indicate the selected movie/picture is locked.
(4)
Current Number/ Total number of movie or picture.
(5)
Volume
(6)
Indicate the screen is in movie playback mode:Play/Pause
(7)
Magnification Indicator.
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Operations for Playback Mode
The Playback Mode is for viewing and managing movies and pictures on the built-in memory or on an
SD card.
Operation
Display Screen
) to switch
1. Press RECORD/PLAY Button (
from Record Mode to Playback Mode Main
Menu.There are 2 options in the Playback Mode,
Movie and Picture.
2. Press Direction Button to select the specific
option.
3. Press Menu/OK Button to enter Movie/ Picture
thumbnail preview folder.
4. Use direction buttons to locate the movies/
picture you want to view.
5. Press OK button to view the movies/picture.
Movie Playback
Operation
Display Screen
1. In movie thumbnail preview folder, use direction
buttons to locate the movies you want to view.
2. Press OK button to play the movies.
3.While playing movie, press Right/Left Buttons to
fast forward/rewind, then release the button to
stop.
4.Use Up/Down Buttons to adjust volume.
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Movie Playback Mode Menu
Operation
Display Screen
1.In Movie Playback Mode, press Menu/OK Button
to enter Movie Playback menu screen.
2..Use Up/Down Buttons to select four options,
Delete, Lock, Repeat One, and Repeat All.
Delete Movies
Operation
Display Screen
1.Use Up/Down Buttons to select the Delete option
.
2.Press Menu/OK Button to go to the Delete menu.
3.Use Right/Left Buttons to select the movie.
4.Use Up Button to delete all movies or Down Button
to delete single movie. Or Press RECORD/PLAY
Button to exit.
5.Before a movie is deleted, a confirmation screen
will appear; choosing “Yes” will execute the
operation and “No” will cancel the operation.
6.Press OK Button to validate the setting.
Note
• If a memory card is inserted, you can delete only those movies stored on the card.
• Movies on a written-protected memory card cannot be deleted.
• The delete function will only erase unlocked movies. Locked movies must be unlocked before
being deleted.
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Lock Movies
Single or all movies can be locked. This function can prevent the movies from being deleted
accidentally.
Operation
Display Screen
1.Use Up/Down Buttons to select the Lock option.
2.Press Menu/OK Button to go to the Lock menu.
3.Use Right/Left Buttons to select the movie.
4.Use Up Button to lock/unlock all movies or Down
Button to lock/unlock single movie.
5.Press RECORD/PLAY Button to exit.
Repeat Movies
This function automatically repeats playing single movie or all movies in order.
Operation
Display Screen
1.Use Up/Down Buttons to select the Repeat One
option or Repeat All option.
2.Press OK Button to start repeating, press it again
to stop and return to the previous page.
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Picture Playback
Operation
Display Screen
1. In Picture thumbnail preview folder, use direction
buttons to locate the picture you want to view.
2. Press OK button to view the picture.
3.Use Right/Left Buttons to go to the next or last
picture.
4.While the picture is selected, use Tele Button to
magnify.
5.Use Direction Buttons to navigate the magnified
picture. Press OK Button to exit navigation mode.
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Picture Playback Mode Menu
Operation
Display Screen
1.In Picture Playback Mode, press Menu/OK Button
to enter Picture Playback menu screen.
2.Use Up/Down Buttons to select three options,
Delete, Lock, and Slideshow.
Delete Picture
Operation
Display Screen
1.Use Down Buttons to select the Delete option.
2.Press Menu/OK Button to go to the Delete menu.
3.Use Right/Left Buttons to select the picture.
4.Use Up Button to delete all pictures or Down
Button to delete single picture.Or Press RECORD/
PLAY Button to exit.
5.Before a picture is deleted, a confirmation screen
will appear; choosing “Yes” will execute the
operation, “No” will cancel the operation.
6.Press OK Button to validate the setting.
Note
• If a memory card is inserted, you can delete only those pictures stored on the card.
• Pictures on a written-protected memory card cannot be deleted.
• The delete function will only erase unlocked pictures. Locked pictures must be unlocked before
being deleted.
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Lock Pictures
Single or all pictures can be locked. This function can prevent the pictures from being deleted
accidentally.
Operation
Display Screen
1.Use Up/Down Buttons to select the Lock option.
2.Press Menu/OK Button to go to the Lock menu.
3.Use Right/Left Buttons to select the picture.
4.Use Up Button to lock/unlock all pictures or Down
Button to lock/unlock single picture.
5.Press RECORD/PLAY Button to exit.
Make Slide Show
This function automatically repeats all pictures in order.
Operation
Display Screen
1.Use Up/Down Buttons to select the Slideshow
option.
2.Press OK Button to start the slide show; press it
again to stop and return to the previous page.
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Section 5
Setting Your Camcorder
Setting Menu
Operation
Display Screen
1.In Record Mode, press Menu/OK Button to enter
record menu screen.
2.Use Right/Left Buttons to select Setting.
3.The Setting submenu contains 7 options for
configuring your camcorder set up. They are
Sound (operation sound),Information,Time
Setting,Format,TV,Language,and Default Setting.
Sound
Enable or disable KeyPad tone and operation sound.
Operation
Display Screen
1. In setting submenu, press Down button to enter
Sound.
2. Use Right/Left Buttons to choose On or Off.
3. Press OK Button to validate the setting.
Information
To change Information setting by either hot key (Up Button) or Option Setting:
On: Show the indicator(s) on the LCD screen.
Off: Do not show the indicator(s) on the LCD screen.
Operation
Display Screen
1.In setting submenu, press UP/Down Button to
select Information.
2.Use Right/Left Buttons to choose On or Off.
3.Press OK Button to validate the setting.
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Time Setting
Operation
Display Screen
1. In setting submenu, press UP/Down Button to
select Time Setting.
2.Press Menu/OK Button to go to the Time Setting
menu.
3. Move between date and time by using Up/Down
Buttons. Adjust date and time by using Left/Right
Buttons.
4. Press OK Button to validate the setting. Or Press
RECORD/PLAY button to leave Time Setting
without any change.
Format
Yes: Format the built-in memory ( When there is no SD Card in the camcorder ) / SD Card (When there
is an SD Card in the camcorder).
No: Do not format the built-in memory ( When there is no SD Card in the camcorder ) / SD Card (When
there is an SD Card in the camcorder).
Operation
Display Screen
1. In setting submenu, press UP/Down button to
select Format.
2. Press Menu/OK Button to go to the Format
confirmation screen.
3.Use Right/Left Buttons to choose Yes or No.
4.Choosing “Yes” will execute the operation, “No”
will cancel the operation.
5.Press OK Button to validate the setting.
Note
All the data will be erased if the SD card is formatted. Make sure all the data are backed-up to PC
before formatting SD card.
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TV
Ensure that the appropriate TV standard of your area is selected – either NTSC or PAL.
Wrong TV system setting may cause image flicker.
NTSC standard: USA, Canada, Japan, South Korea and Taiwan etc.
PAL standard: UK, Europe, China, Australia, Singapore and Hong Kong etc.
Operation
Display Screen
1. In setting submenu, press Up/Down Button to
select TV.
2. Use Right/Left Buttons to choose NTSC(60Hz)
or PAL(50Hz).
3. Press OK Button to validate the setting.
Language
Use this option to select the language of user interface which you want.
Operation
Display Screen
1. In setting submenu, press UP/Down Button to
select Language.
2. Use Right/Left Buttons to choose the language
options.
3. Press OK Button to validate the setting.
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Default Setting
To restore the default factory setting, select this option.
Operation
Display Screen
1.In setting submenu, press Up/Down Button to
select Default Setting.
2. Press Menu/OK Button to go to the Default
Setting confirmation screen.
3.Use Right/Left Buttons to choose Yes or No.
4.Choosing “Yes” will execute the operation, “No”
will cancel the operation.
5.Press OK Button to validate the setting.
The following table indicates the camcorder’s default setting
Setting
Resolution
Default Factory Setting
HD (1080p) for Movie
Standard for Picture
Flash
Off
Self timer
Off
Scene
Auto
Exposure
0EV
WB(White Balance)
Auto
Sound
On
Information
On
TV
Depends on shipping area
Language
Depends on shipping area
Volume
Level 12
Stabilization
Off
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Section 6
Viewing Pictures and Movies on a TV
Connecting to a High-Definition 16:9 (Wide) TV
1.Connect one end of the HDMI cable to your camcorder’s HDMI Out port.
2.Connect the other end of the cable to a television.
3.Set video input source of a TV to “ HDMI” option.
4.The steps for viewing stored pictures and movie on a TV are exactly the same as for viewing them
on the LCD monitor.
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Note
The camcorder can not run movie recording and picture taking when it is connected to an HDTV.
The LCD Panel does not display when the camcorder is connected to an HDTV.
Connecting to a Non-High-Definition 4:3 TV
1.Connect one end of the AV cable to your camcorder’s AV Out port.
2.Connect the other end of the cable to a television.
3.The steps for viewing stored pictures and movie on a TV are exactly the same as for viewing them
on the LCD monitor.
(4:3)
Note
The LCD Panel does not display when the camcorder is connected to a TV.
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Section 7
Viewing Pictures and Movies on PC
Installing Bundled Software
The CD-ROM supplied with this camcorder contains 2 pieces of software.
• ArcSoft MediaImpression is a user-friendly application that helps you managing your media, burning
your video into DVD, and uploading your videos to YouTube easily.
• Adobe Reader is a popular program that you need to have installed to read the User’s Manual. Many
computer users will find they already have this software installed on their computer.
To install the bundled software:
1.Insert the CD-ROM into your computer’s CD-ROM drive. The autorun screen appears.
2.Click Install Application Software. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation.
Note
The detailed information can be found in online help of all the bundled software.
Transferring Data to a Computer
You can transfer pictures or movies stored on your camcorder to a computer and send them in emails
to friends or post them on websites.
To do this you should:
1. Connect the computer and camcorder with the supplied mini USB 2.0 cable. The LED will light up
and blink.
2. After the LED stops blinking, movies and picture(s) can be found on your computer at “My Computer\
Removable Disk\DCIM\100MEDIA”
3. Under this folder, you can view, delete, move, or copy any movie/picture you want.
4. Use the bundled ArcSoft application software to edit the movies or pictures.
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Section 8
Burning the Recorded Clip into DVD
Bundled software CD contains ArcSoft MediaImpression features burning the movie clip into DVD. You
can share this DVD movie with family and friends by using regular DVD player.
To create a DVD:
1.Install ArcSoft MediaImpression (Refer to Section 7)
2.Click Windows [ Start ] g[ (All) Programs ] g[ ArcSoft MediaImpression ]
3.ArcSoft MediaImpression main screen will appear on your desktop.
4.Click [ Make Movie ] .
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5.The operation screen will appear:
• Select the folder that contains the video files you want to burn.
• Select the files
• Click button to add the files into slide
• Click [Burn to Disc]
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Section 9
Uploading Video Files to YouTube
Bundled software CD contains ArcSoft MediaImpression features uploading the recorded videos to
YouTube. It will help you to share them with your family and friends on YouTube website.
To upload video files to YouTube:
1.Install ArcSoft MediaImpression (Refer to Section 7)
2.Click Windows [Start] g [ (All) Programs ] g[ ArcSoft MediaImpression ]
3.ArcSoft MediaImpression main screen will appear on your desktop.
4.Click [ Video] Option.
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5.Select the video file you want to upload and click [ Upload to YouTube] option at the bottom menu.
6.If this is your first using of this function, please follow the instruction on YouTube Setting Panel.
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7.Go to http://www.youtube.com/login, then log onto your YouTube account.
(If you do not have YouTube account, sign up here first.)
8.After you log onto your YouTube account, Click [ Get Authorization ] button below.
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Then, Click [Allow] Button shown on YouTube website.
9.Click [Save] Button to upload the video.
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Section 10
Specifications
Specifications
Image Sensor
5 Mega Pixel CMOS Sensor
Operation Modes
Movie Record, Picture Record
Lens
F3.2 (f = 7.2mm)
Focus Range
200cm~infinite (Normal Mode)
90cm~200CM (Portrait Mode)
Center: 20 cm (Macro Mode)
Digital Zoom
1080p:2X
Other video resolution:4X
Shutter
Electronic
LCD monitor
2.5”LCD
Storage Media
Built-in 128MB Memory (partial memory is used for Firmware code);
SD Card Slot support
Image Resolution
High 3200x2400 (8M Pixels)
Std 2592x1944 (5M Pixels)
Low 2048x1536 (3M Pixels)
Movie Resolution
HD(1080p) 1440X1080(30fps)
HD(720p) 1280X720(30fps)
WVGA 848X480(60fps)
VGA 640X480(30fps)
QVGA 320X240(30fps)
White Balance
Auto/Manual (Daylight, Fluorescent, Tungsten)
Exposure
Auto/Manual
Self timer
10 second delay
Flash
Auto/Red Eye /Off
File Format
Picture: JPG
Movie: MOV
Image play
Single Image/Slideshow
PC Interface
Mini USB 2.0 Port
TV out
NTSC/PAL Selectable, HDMI
Battery
Lithium-ion Rechargeable Battery
Dimension
108(H) * 71(W) * 34(D) mm
Weight
148 g (without battery)
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Section 11
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
1.If the LCD image is not clear when shooting, how can the focus be adjusted?
Try to switch between Macro,Portrait Mode, and Normal Mode.(Macro Mode: For object in distance
about 20cm, Portrait Mode: For object in distance of 90cm~200cm. Normal Mode: For object in
distance beyond 200cm)
2.The flash is not working.
The camcorder is in Macro Mode.
The battery power is low.
3.The files on the memory card do not display smoothly when the LCD shows the “!” marking.
The” !” means the SD card is low speed or has wrong content inside. The way to solve this condition
is to format SD card by camcorder instead of PC.(Please read the detail Format instruction in Section
5).
4.Why is camcorder Flash not active when taking pictures?
Make sure that the focus range is NOT set at Macro mode, as flash is disabled in this mode. Scroll
through Picture mode and set Flash as Auto; note that Flash OFF is the default pre-set mode for
normal picture -taking. In Auto mode camcorder flash fires ONLY when necessary (in dark setting as
example).
5.Why do some of my indoor pictures look blurry and dark?
Camcorder extends pictures exposure time under low light/ indoor condition. Keep camcorder (and
photographed subject) steady for several seconds when taking pictures. Shutter will sound when
picture has been taken.
6.How do I charge battery?
Computer will not charge battery when connected. You must use ONLY the supplied AC charger.
Camcorder must be turned OFF; blinking light confirms charging, but light is constant when charging
has been completed.
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Section 12
Other Information
TOSHIBA Support
Need help?
For the latest driver updates, user’s manuals & FAQ’s, please have a look at the
TOSHIBA options & services support page:
computers.toshiba.eu/options-support
Please see
computers.toshiba.eu/options-warranty
for the TOSHIBA hotline numbers.
Operating Environment Conditions
Operating temperature: 5 to 35° C
Operating humidity: 20 to 80 %
(no condensation allowed)
Regulatory Information
CE compliance
This product is CE marked in accordance with the requirements of the applicable EU Directives.
Responsible for CE marking is Toshiba Europe GmbH, Hammfelddamm 8, 41460 Neuss, Germany. A
copy of the official Declaration of Conformity can be obtained from following website:
http://epps.toshiba-teg.com .
Working Environment
The Electromagnetic Compliance (EMC) of this product has been verified typically for this product
category for a so called Residential, Commercial & Light Industry Environment. Any other working
environment has not been verified by Toshiba and the use of this product in these working environments
is maybe restricted or cannot be recommended. Possible consequences of the use of this product in non
verified working environments can be: Disturbances of other products or of this product in the nearby
surrounding area with temporarily malfunction or data loss/corruption as result. Example of non verified
working environments and related advices:
Industrial environment (e.g. environments where a mains voltage of 380V three-phase is being used
mainly): Danger of disturbances of this product due to possible strong electromagnetic fields especially
near to big machinery or power units.
Medical environment: The compliance to the Medical Product Directive has not been verified by Toshiba,
therefore this product cannot be used as a medical product without further verification. The use in usual
office environments e.g. in hospitals should be no problem if there is no restriction by the responsible
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administration.
This product is not certified as a medical product according to the Medical Product Directive 93/42
EEC.
Automotive environment: Please search the owner instructions of the related vehicle for advices
regarding the use of this product (category).
Aviation environment: Please follow the instructions of the flight personnel regarding restrictions of
use.
Additional environments not related to EMC
Outdoor use: As a typical home/office equipment this product has no special resistance against ingress
of moisture and is not strong shock proofed.
Explosive atmosphere: The use of this product in such special working environment (Ex) is not
allowed.
Following information is only valid for EU-member states:
Disposal of products
The crossed out wheeled dust bin symbol indicates that products must be
collected and disposed of separately from household waste. Integrated batteries
and accumulators can be disposed of with the product. They will be separated at
the recycling centres.
The black bar indicates that the product was placed on the market after August
13, 2005.
By participating in separate collection of products and batteries, you will help to
assure the proper disposal of products and batteries and thus help to prevent
potential negative consequences for the environment and human health.
For more detailed information about the collection and recycling programmes
available in your country, please visit our website (http://eu.computers.toshibaeurope.com) or contact your local city office or the shop where you purchased the
product.
Disposal of batteries and/or accumulators
The crossed out wheeled dust bin symbol indicates that batteries and/or accumulators
must be collected and disposed of separately from household waste.
If the battery or accumulator contains more than the specified values of lead (Pb),
mercury (Hg), and/or cadmium (Cd) defined in the Battery Directive (2006/66/EC),
then the chemical symbols for lead (Pb), mercury (Hg) and/or cadmium (Cd) will appear below the
crossed out wheeled dust bin symbol.
By participating in separate collection of batteries, you will help to assure the proper disposal of products
and batteries and thus help to prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human
health.
For more detailed information about the collection and recycling programmes available in your country,
please visit our website (http://eu.computers.toshiba-europe.com) or contact your local city office or the
shop where you purchased the product.
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Additional Information
© 2008 TOSHIBA Europe GmbH. All rights reserved.
TOSHIBA reserves the right to make technical changes. TOSHIBA assumes no liability for damages
incurred directly or indirectly from errors, omissions or discrepancies between this product and the
documentation.
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