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HP V5061u / V5061Au
Digital Camcorder
User Manual
Contents
Preface..................................................................... 5
About this Manual................................................... 5
Copyright................................................................. 5
Declaration of Conformity...................................... 6
Trademark Recognition.......................................... 6
Safety and Handling Precautions.......................... 6
Camcorder & Battery Recycle Notice................... 8
Photography Terms and Definitions ..................... 9
1
BI0 ntroduction ....................................... 11
1.1
1.2
1.3
2
A
B1 ccessories ................................................. 11
Exterior Views ............................................. 12
B13Adjusting LCD Display................................ 13
1 etting Started ..................................14
BG
2.1 BI14 nserting SD Card........................................ 14
2.2 Charging the Battery................................... 15
2.3 BL
15 oading the Battery .................................... 16
2.4 BU
17 sing the Touch Screen ............................. 18
2.4.1
40BSingle Touch ........................................ 18
2.4.2
41BSlide..................................................... 18
2.4.3
42BRotate .................................................. 19
2.5 BB
18 uttons & Functions................................... 20
2.6 B19About LED Indicators ................................. 22
2.7 B20Initial Settings Before Use.......................... 22
2.7.1
43BSetting Date and Time ......................... 22
1
3
4
2 CD Display Information...................24
BL
3.1
21 ideo Mode .................................................. 24
BV
3.2
3.3
Photo Mode................................................. 26
2 udio Mode.................................................. 28
BA
3 sing the Camcorder ........................29
BU
4.1 BV
24 ideo Recording.......................................... 29
4.2 Shooting / Playback Photos ....................... 32
4.2.1
4BTaking a Picture ................................... 32
4.2.2
45BPhoto Playback.................................... 33
4.3 BA
26 udio Recording ......................................... 35
4.4 B27Video / Audio Clip Playback ....................... 36
5
4 CD Display Information...................39
BL
5.1
5.2
5.3
6
29 ideo Playback Mode.................................. 39
BV
B310 Photo Playback Mode ................................ 41
Audio Playback Mode ................................. 42
5 enu Options ....................................44
BM
6.1 BM
32 enu Options in Video Mode ..................... 44
6.1.1
46BVideo Resolution.................................. 44
6.1.2
47BWhite Balance ..................................... 45
6.1.3
48BApply Artistic Effects ............................ 46
6.1.4
49BMetering............................................... 47
6.1.5
50BBacklight .............................................. 49
6.1.6
51BNight Mode .......................................... 49
6.1.7
52BMotion Detection.................................. 50
6.1.8
Burst .................................................... 51
6.1.9
53BEV Compensation................................ 51
2
6.2 BM
3 enu Options in Video Playback Mode..... 53
6.2.1
5BDelete .................................................. 53
6.2.2
56BProtect ................................................. 54
6.2.3
56BDate Ranking....................................... 56
6.3 BM
34 enu Options in Photo Mode..................... 57
6.3.1
57BPhoto Resolution ................................. 57
6.3.2
58BWhite Balance ..................................... 58
6.3.3
59BApply Artistic Effects ............................ 59
6.3.4
60BMetering............................................... 60
6.3.5
61BBacklight .............................................. 60
6.3.6
62BNight Mode .......................................... 62
6.3.7
63BSelf-Timer ............................................ 62
6.3.8
64BBurst .................................................... 64
6.3.9
65BEV compensation ................................ 65
6.4 BM
35 enu Options in Photo Playback Mode .... 66
6.4.1
6BDelete .................................................. 66
6.4.2
67BProtect ................................................. 68
6.4.3
Date Ranking....................................... 69
6.4.4
Autoplay............................................... 70
6.4.5
69BRotate .................................................. 71
6.4.6
70BDPOF................................................... 72
6.5 BS
36 etup Menu.................................................. 73
6.5.1
71BInformation........................................... 73
6.5.2
72BDate & Time......................................... 74
6.5.3
73BSound .................................................. 74
6.5.4
74BDefault ................................................. 75
6.5.5
75BTV standard ......................................... 76
6.5.6
76BAuto Power Off .................................... 77
6.5.7
7BFrequency............................................ 78
3
6.5.8
6.5.9
6.5.10
6.5.11
6.5.12
6.5.13
6.5.14
7
78BLanguage............................................. 79
7 ormat ................................................. 80
9BF
80BFile Numbering .................................... 81
81BLCD Brightness ................................... 82
82BInstant Review ..................................... 83
82BMemory................................................ 84
83BStart-up LOGO..................................... 85
6 C and TV Connection......................86
BP
7.1
7.2
7.3
C
B37 onnecting to the Computer...................... 86
B38Connecting to a Standard TV ..................... 87
B39Connecting to a HD TV ............................... 88
8
BI7 nstalling the Software ......................89
9
8 diting Software ................................90
BE
10
B9Appendix............................................91
Troubleshooting.................................................... 91
11
10 etting Help.......................................93
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4
Preface
About this Manual
This manual is designed to assist you in using your new digital
camcorder. All information presented is as accurate as possible but
is subject to change without notice.
For the latest revision, please visit www.hp.com/support.
Copyright
This manual contains proprietary information protected by copyright.
All rights are reserved. No part of this manual may be reproduced by
any mechanical, electronic or other means, in any form, without prior
written permission of the manufacturer. © Copyright 2010
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Compliance
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits
for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment
generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the
equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the distance between the equipment and the
receiver.
Connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit different from
that to which the receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for
help.
5
Warning: A shielded type power cord is required in order to meet FCC
emission limits and to prevent interference to radio and television
reception. Use only shielded cable to connect I/O devices to this
equipment. Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the
manufacturer may void your warranty and service agreement.
Declaration of Conformity
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is
subject to the following conditions:
This device may not cause harmful interference.
This device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
Trademark Recognition
Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7 are registered trademarks of Microsoft
Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. Macintosh
and Mac OS are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. In addition, all
other companies or product names are trademarks or registered
trademarks of their respective companies.
Safety and Handling Precautions
General precautions
Do not try to disassemble the product by yourself. This may
damage the product or cause electric shock.
Keep the Digital Camcorder away from the reach of children
or animals to prevent them from swallowing the batteries or
small accessories.
Stop using the Digital Camcorder if any kind of liquid or
foreign object enters the Digital Camcorder. Should this occur,
power off the Digital Camcorder and contact your dealer for
help.
Do not operate the Digital Camcorder with wet hands, as this
may cause electric shock.
The Digital Camcorder may be damaged in high temperature.
This Digital Camcorder is designed for use in temperatures
between 0°C and 40°C (32°F and 104°F).
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Do not use or store the product in dusty, dirty, or sandy areas
or any area that is close to an air conditioner or heater.
It is normal that the temperature of the Digital Camcorder
body rises if the Digital Camcorder is on for a long period of
time.
Do not open the battery cover while the Digital Camcorder is
recording. Doing so will not only make storage of the current
image impossible, it can also corrupt other image data
already stored.
Before using this Digital Camcorder for important occasions,
be sure to test this Digital Camcorder in order to ensure
proper operation of the product.
Power Supply
Be sure to use the type of battery or battery charger provided
with this Digital Camcorder. Using any other type of battery or
battery charger might damage the equipment and may void
any warranty.
Make sure the battery pack or batteries are placed in the
correct position. Error in the orientation of battery might
damage this product.
Please remove the battery to avoid leaking of battery fluid if
the Digital Camcorder is not to be used for a long period of
time.
This Digital Camcorder can use the NP-40 lithium-ion
(provided in the product packaging) or 2 Photo Lithium AA
batteries or Alkaline. DO NOT use NiMH AA batteries.
Battery Information
If battery is already installed, make sure to power off the
Digital Camcorder before removing and inserting new battery.
When using a battery in this product, ensure that it is inserted
correctly. Inserting the battery upside down can cause
damage to the product and possibly cause an explosion.
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Battery Safety Notice
If the battery pack is mishandled, the battery pack can burst, cause a
fire or chemical burns. Observe the following cautions.
Do not disassemble.
Do not crush or expose the battery to any shock or excessive
force such as hammering or dropping.
Do not short circuit and do not allow metal objects to come
into contact with the battery terminals.
Do not expose to direct sunlight or to temperatures above
45*C (113*F).
Do not incinerate or dispose of in a fire.
Do not handle damaged or leaking lithium ion batteries.
Be sure to charge the battery pack using the appropriate
device for this battery pack.
Keep the battery pack out of the reach of small children.
Replace the battery with the specified type only.
Lithium-ion Battery Warning
Caution: Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.
Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the
manufacturer. Dispose of used batteries according to the
manufacturer’s instructions.
Camcorder & Battery Recycle Notice
In the European Union, do not discard this product and
battery as unsorted municipal waste. Contact local
authorities for recycling program information.
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Photography Terms and Definitions
Terms
Auto Focus
(AF)
White
Balance
Auto White
Balance
(AWB)
Digital Print
Order
Format
(DPOF)
Exif/JPEG
JPEG
Definitions
Auto focus refers to a camcorder lens’ ability to
adjust its configuration in order to focus properly on
a subject regardless of whether it is near or far from
the camcorder. Auto focus lenses generally provide
vastly superior image quality than do their fixed
focus cousins since they do not have to rely on their
depth of field. Also known as: “AF”, “auto-focus”.
The adjustment of electronic still picture color
channel gains or image processing so that radiation
with relative spectral power distribution equal to that
of the scene illumination source is rendered as a
visual neutral.
With auto white balance, the camcorder attempts to
determine the color temperature of the light and
automatically adjust for that color temperature.
Many people just leave the camcorder set to auto
white balance all the time.
A standardized ASCII file created in a digital
camcorder and stored on removable media along
with the image files that indicate how many copies
of which images should be printed. It also allows
index prints, cropping, and text overlays to be
specified.
A compressed file format for digital camcorder in
which the images are compressed using the
baseline JPEG standard, described in ISO 12234-2,
and metadata and thumbnail images are stored
using TIFF tags within an application segment at
the beginning of the JPEG file.
Joint Photographic Experts Group. An image
compression method defined in ISO/IEC 10918-1.
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Terms
Exposure
Value
ISO Speed
USB
Definitions
A numerical value that is inversely proportional to
the exposure provided to an image sensor to obtain
an image. Images obtained from a camcorder using
a range of exposure index values will normally
provide a range of image quality levels.
A numerical value calculated from the exposure
provided at the focal plane of an electronic c
camcorder to produce specified camcorder output
signal characteristics using the methods described
in the referenced standard. The ISO speed should
correlate with the highest exposure index value that
provides peak image quality for normal scenes.
Universal serial bus, a digital interface for
connecting up to 64 devices in a tiered-star
topology. See http://www.usb.org.
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1 Introduction
0B
1.1 Accessories
1B
This package should contain the following items.
1
Digital
Camcorder
2
Pouch
6
Lens Cap
7
Lithium battery 8
Battery charger 9
b
USB cable
c
Power cord
Cleaning cloth
3
d
Quick guide
11
4
Warranty card
5
User Manual
and Software
installation
HDMI cable
a
AV cable
1.2 Exterior Views
Front View
Right View
Top View
Bottom View
Left View
Rear View
Front View
Right view
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1.3 Adjusting LCD Display
BB1313 13BB13
To begin capturing photos and videos, open the LCD display panel
as illustrated below.
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2 Getting Started
1B
2.1 Inserting SD Card
14B
1.
Open the Insert an SD card and make sure facing the
touching face downward.
Note:
Please be careful to insert the SD card(s) as illustrated above so that
damage to the SD card(s) and camcorder does not occur.
To avoid damaging photos and video files, do not remove or insert the
SD card while the camcorder is powered on.
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2.2 Charging the Battery
It is recommended that the NP-40 Lithium Battery be fully charged
before use. First, connect the external battery charger to the AC
power source (wall outlet or power strip). Next, plug the battery into
the external charger as illustrated below. The battery may take up
to 2 1/2 hours to charge. When the light on the charger turns green,
remove the battery and use when ready.
Note:
Do not leave the battery in the charger for extended periods of time after
it has been fully charged.
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2.3 Loading the Battery
15B
Please use only the battery provided or recommended by the
manufacturer or dealer.
Note:
Incorrectly inserting the batteries could result in non-repairable damage.
1.
Open battery cover.
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2.
Insert the battery according to the illustration. The
electrode is inside of the camcorder.
* DO NOT use NiMH AA batteries.
3.
Close the battery cover.
BB1616 16BB16
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2.4 Using the Touch Screen
17B
2.4.1
Single Touch
40B
Single touch to activate hotkeys on LCD screen.
Example, in Video/ Still Mode:
1. Touch the
2.
Touch the
zoom out.
3.
Touch the
mode.
2.4.2
icon to enter the Setup menu.
icon to zoom in and touch the
icon to
icon to set the camcorder in playback
Slide
41B
While in Playback mode, touch and slide right or left to view the
previous or next Video/Photo.
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2.4.3
Rotate
42B
While in Playback mode, touch the photo and slide in a half circle
motion (as illustrated below) to rotate 90 with each motion.
19
2.5 Buttons & Functions
18B
Description
Button
Function
Press the power button to turn
the Digital Camcorder ON/OFF.
Opening and closing the LCD
panel will also power ON/OFF as
well.
Power
button
Press the button to display the
main menu.
Menu button
There are three operating
modes for the Digital
Camcorder: Video mode, Photo
mode, and Audio mode. Press
the Mode switch to cycle through
the different modes.
MODE
button
SET button
Confirmation for various setting
of functions
4-Way
Direction
button
Press the 4-Way Direction
Button UP to change the flash
options: off, auto, fill-in in Photo
mode Press DOWN to delete a
photo or video in Playback
mode. You can pull in the
focusing distance to 10 cm.
(Normal focus range: 0.8M ~
infinity) Press RIGHT and LEFT
to make adjustments to the
Exposure Value (EV)
compensation.
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Description
Button
Function
This Digital Camcorder has 4X
Digital zoom (in Video mode of
HD1080p resolution only has 2X
digital zoom).
Zoom toggle
Move the Zoom toggle to the
right ( ) to zoom in, or move to
the left (
) to zoom out.
Shutter
button
Press the button to capture a
photo.
Recording
button
Press the button to record a
video in Video mode and
activate audio recording in Audio
mode.
Playback
button
Press the Playback button to
enter Playback mode and
playback the last file recorded.
The Macro function is used to
capture Photos and Videos at
very close distances. Rotate the
lens ring to select Macro mode
( ) to focus on objects about
20 cm (8 inches) from the
camcorder.The icon "
" will
be displayed on the LCD screen
when the Macro mode is
Macro mode
selector
selected.Normal mode ( ) is
used to focus on objects more
than 1.2 m (4 feet) away.
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2.6 About LED Indicators
19B
The table below describes the different modes of the camcorder
LED indicator and Self-timer indicator.
Indicator
Color
Definition
Green
The power is on
Red blinking
The flash is
charging
Recording
Red blinking
Recording
Self-timer
Red blinking
Start of Self-timer
Indicator
LED Indicator
Self-timer
Indicator
Power
2.7 Initial Settings Before Use
20B
2.7.1
1.
Setting Date and Time
43B
The initial power up of this camcorder should display the
Date and Time setup menu as shown below.
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2.
Touch the desired field on the LCD panel or press
LEFT/RIGHT on the 4-Way Direction button to navigate
through the date and time field.
3.
Touch the up/down icons on the LCD panel or press the
4-Way Direction Button Up/Down to adjust the value.
Press the Set
button or touch the Return icon (
) to
store the value you have changed.
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3 LCD Display Information
2B
3.1 Video Mode
21B
The following table describes all the icons that are displayed when
the Digital Camcorder is in Video mode (
).
1
Video mode
2
Motion Detection mode
3
Night mode indicator
4
1.0
Exposure Compensation indicator
5
Artistic Effect indicator
6
Metering mode
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7
INT
Memory Status indicator
: SD card 1 indicator
: SD card 2 indicator
INT : Internal memory indicator (displayed
when there is no SD card in camcorder)
8
Backlight indicator
9
Macro Focus indicator
10
White Balance indicator
Battery status indicator
11
12
00:00:00
Remaining recording time indicator
13
Histogram indicator
14
Enter Playback mode touch icon
15
Zoom ratio bar indicator
16
Enter Menu touch icon
17
Assist LED light button (On, Off)
18
Resolution indicator
19
Burst mode
25
3.2 Photo Mode
The following table describes all the icons that are displayed when
the Digital Camcorder is in Photo mode ( ).
1
Photo mode indicator
2
Night mode indicator
3
1.0
EV Compensation indicator
4
Artistic Effect indicator
5
Metering mode
6
Memory Status indicator
: SD card 1 indicator
: SD card 2 indicator
INT : Internal memory indicator (displayed
when there is no SD card in camcorder)
INT
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7
Backlight indicator
8
Macro Focus indicator
9
White Balance indicator
10
Battery status indicator
11
0000
Shots remaining, indicates the remaining
shots available.
12
Histogram indicator
13
Enter Playback mode touch icon
14
Zoom ratio bar indicator
15
Enter Menu touch icon
16
A
Flash mode selection (off, auto, fill-in)
17
Resolution indicator
18
Burst mode
19
2S
Self-timer indicator
27
3.3 Audio Mode
2B
The following table describes all the icons that are shown when the
Digital Camcorder is in Audio mode ( ).
1
Audio mode
2
Memory Status indicator
: SD card 1 indicator
: SD card 2 indicator
INT : Internal memory indicator (displayed
when there is no SD card in camcorder)
INT
3
4
Battery status indicator
00:00:00
Remaining recording time indicator
5
Enter Playback mode touch icon
6
Enter Menu touch icon
BB2323 23BB23
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4 Using the Camcorder
3B
4.1 Video Recording
24B
1.
By default, this camcorder will power up to Video mode
(
). If the camcorder is not in Video mode, press the
until this mode is selected.
button to start or stop video recording.
2.
Press the
3.
The Digital Camcorder will store the movie clip
automatically on the SD card when the recording stopped.
Video mode Indicator
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4.
The displayed LCD screen ratio varies depending on the
setting of the movie clip resolution. Please refer to the
table shown below:
Video Recorded
Resolution
Preview
16:9 ratio
HD1080p (1440 x 1080)
HD (1280 x 720)
WVGA (848 x 480)
4:3 ratio
QVGA (320 x 240)
Note:
If 2 SD cards are inserted into the camcorder and if recording capacity
fills the first SD card, use the configuration menu to select the 2nd SD
card (if inserted) for additional storage.
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Video Live View Frame Capturing
BB2525 25BB25
There is a convenient design for the user to press the Shutter button
at Video mode to capture the Video Live View (unable for HD 1080p
resolution) or Playback frame as photo.
In Video mode, you can directly press the Shutter button at anytime
either at Live View or in recording or in video clip playback to capture
the video frame to save as a Still image.
Video Recorded Resolution
HD
HD1080p
1440 x 1080
HD
1280 x 720
WVGA
848 x 480
QVGA
320 x 240
Note:
The video clip size is fixed depending on the quality of the video clip.
1. When setting to HD1080p, HD or WVGA resolution, the LCD display
aspect ratio is 16:9.
2. When setting to QVGA video resolution, the LCD display aspect ratio
is 4:3.
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4.2 Shooting / Playback Photos
4.2.1
Taking a Picture
4B
1.
Power up the camcorder and press the
select Photo mode
.
2.
Press the Shutter button to capture a photo.
Photo Mode
Indicator
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button to
4.2.2
1.
Photo Playback
45B
In the Photo Mode, press Playback button or the Playback
touch icon on screen to enter Photo Playback mode, the
screen displays the thumbnail images in storage.
Playback
Enter Playback touch icon
2.
Use the 4-Way Direction Button to navigate the stored
photos. Press the Set
Button or touch the thumbnail
image selected for single view on LCD display.
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3.
Touch the magnification or minification icon (
or
) to magnify or minify the image. When the image is
magnified, touch the up/down or left/right icons to move
the image.
4.
Press the Return icon (
) on screen or the Shutter
button to return to whole picture view screen after the
picture has been magnified.
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4.3 Audio Recording
26B
1.
Power up the camcorder and press the
Audio Mode
2.
Press the
until the
is selected.
button to start or stop audio recording.
Audio Mode
35
4.4 Video / Audio Clip Playback
27B
1.
In the Video/Audio mode, press the Playback button or the
Playback touch icon on screen to enter Video/Audio
Playback mode, the screen displays stored Video/Audio
files.
Enter Playback mode touch icon
Playback
Enter Playback mode touch icon
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2.
Touch the Left or right arrows at the bottom of the LCD
screen or use the 4-Way Direction buttons to browse the
stored files
3.
To play/pause the playback, press the Recording button
).
or touch the screen icon (
/
4.
Press the Return icon (
) to return previous screen, in
Playback thumbnail view mode to press Playback button
or Return icon on screen can return to Video/Audio mode.
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5.
Adjust the playback the playback speed of the Video by
S
touching the screen icon (
).
The available playback speed
options (when Slow Motion is set to
“OFF”) are listed below:
The available playback speed options
(when Slow Motion is set to “On”) are
listed below:
S
S
Rewind
Rewind
Rewind
Rewind
2X play
4X play
8X play
16X play
Forward
Forward
Forward
Forward
Rewind
Rewind
Rewind
Rewind
BB2828 28BB28
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1/2X play
1/4X play
1/8X play
1/16X play
Forward
Forward
Forward
Forward
5 LCD Display Information
4B
5.1 Video Playback Mode
29B
Please refer to the following table regarding the description of each
icon and symbol in video playback.
1
2
Playback mode icon
000-0000
Folder and file number
3
File Protect indicator
4
Memory Status indicator
: SD card 1 indicator
: SD card 2 indicator
INT : Internal memory indicator
(displayed when there is no SD card
in camcorder)
INT
5
6
Battery status indicator
00:00:00/00:00:00
Playback progress length / file total
length
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7
Sound volume touch icons
8
Return touch icon
9
Fast forward Playback touch icon
10
/
Playback/Pause touch icon
11
Fast Rewind Playback touch icon
12
Enter Menu touch icon
13
Resolution indicator
14
S
Slow Motion Playback touch icon
40
5.2 Photo Playback Mode
30B1
Please refer to the following table for descriptions of the icons and
symbols in photo playback.
1
2
Playback mode icon
S
DPOF (Digital Print Order Format) indicator
3
File Protect indicator
4
Memory Status indicator
: SD card 1 indicator
: SD card 2 indicator
INT : Internal memory indicator (displayed
when there is no SD card in camcorder)
INT
5
White Balance indicator
6
7
Battery status indicator
000-0000
Folder and file number
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8
Return touch icon
9
Magnification indicator touch icon
10
Minification indicator touch icon
11
Enter Menu touch icon
12
Resolution indicator
5.3 Audio Playback Mode
Please refer to the following table regarding the description of each
icon and symbol in audio playback.
1
Playback mode icon
2
File Protect indicator
3
Battery status indicator
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4
INT
5
000-0000
6
00:00:00/00:00:00
Memory Status indicator
: SD card 1 indicator
: SD card 2 indicator
INT : Internal memory indicator
(displayed when there is no SD card
in camcorder)
Folder and file number
Playback progress length / file total
length
7
Return touch icon
8
Fast forward Playback touch icon
9
/
Playback/Pause touch icon
10
Fast Rewind Playback touch icon
11
Enter Menu touch icon
12
Sound (Volume adjustment) touch
icon
43
6 Menu Options
5B
Enter the menu options by pressing the
button or the Menu icon
on screen in Live View mode. When the menu appears on the LCD
display, use the 4-Way Direction button to navigate the menu items.
(or to touch the up/down icons on the LCD panel to jump to the next
page of the menu items)
Use the
button or touch the icon on the screen to select a menu
item. Return to previous screen from options menu by pressing
button or the Return icon on screen.
6.1 Menu Options in Video Mode
32B
6.1.1
Video Resolution
46B
1.
Turn on the Digital Camcorder and make sure it is in the
Video mode.
2.
Press the
button and press the 4-Way Direction
Button to highlight Resolution. Press the
button or
touch the icon on the screen to display the submenu.
3.
Press the 4-Way Direction Button to select HD1080p, HD,
WVGA or QVGA. Press the
button or touch the icon
on the screen to select the item.
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ICON
HD
Option
Video Recorded Resolution
HD1080p
1440 x 1080
HD
1280 x 720
WVGA
848 x 480
QVGA
320 x 240
Notes:
1. When setting to HD1080p, HD or WVGA resolution, the LCD display
aspect ratio is 16:9.
2. When setting to QVGA video resolution, the LCD display aspect ratio
is 4:3.
6.1.2
White Balance
47B
1.
Turn on the Digital Camcorder and make sure it is in the
Video mode.
2.
Press the
button and move the 4-Way Direction
Button to highlight White Balance. Press the
button
or touch the icon on the screen to display the submenu.
3.
Press the 4-Way Direction Button to select Auto, Daylight,
Cloudy, Fluorescent or Tungsten. Press the
touch the icon on the screen to select the item.
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button or
A
6.1.3
Auto
The Digital Camcorder
automatically adjusts the white
balance.
Daylight
The setting is suitable for outdoor
recording in daylight.
Cloudy
The setting is suitable for
recording in cloudy or shady
environments.
Fluorescent
The setting is suitable for indoor
with fluorescent lamp lighting, or
environments with high color
temperature.
Tungsten
The setting is suitable for indoor
with incandescent lamp light, or
environments with low color
temperature.
48B
Apply Artistic Effects
1.
Turn on the Digital Camcorder and make sure it is in the
Video mode.
2.
Press the
button and press the 4-Way Direction
Button to highlight Apply Artistic Effects. Press the
button or touch the icon on the screen to display the
submenu.
3.
Press the 4-Way Direction Button to select Normal, B/W or
Sepia. Press the
button or touch the icon on the
screen to select the item.
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Normal
Make recordings in nature color
B&W
Make recordings in B&W (Black and
White) color
Sepia
Make recordings in Sepia-toned color
6.1.4
Metering
49B
1.
Turn on the Digital Camcorder and make sure it is in the
Video mode.
2.
Press the
button and move the 4-Way Direction
button or
Button to highlight Metering. Press the
touch the icon on the screen to display the submenu.
3.
Press the 4-Way Direction Button to select Spot, Center or
Touch AE. Press the
button or touch the icon on the
screen to select the item.
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Spot
This setting is to ensure correct exposure for
the object even if the background is very
bright or very dark.
Center
Use this setting to preserve background
details while letting lighting conditions at the
center of the frame define exposure.
Touch AE
Touch the target object on screen for auto
metering the exposure value.
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6.1.5
Backlight
50B
1.
Turn on the Digital Camcorder and make sure it is in the
Video mode.
2.
Press the
button and move the 4-Way Direction
Button to highlight Backlight. Press the
button or
touch the icon on the screen to display the submenu.
3.
Press the 4-Way Direction Button to select On or Off.
button or touch the icon on the screen to
Press the
select the item.
6.1.6
Night Mode
51B
1.
Turn on the Digital Camcorder and make sure it is in the
Video mode.
2.
Press the
button and press the 4-Way Direction
Button to highlight Night Mode. Press the
button or
touch the icon on the screen to display the submenu.
3.
Press the 4-Way Direction Button to select On or Off.
button or touch the icon on the screen to
Press the
select the item.
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6.1.7
Motion Detection
52B
When Motion Detection is turned on, the camcorder will detect the
motion for Video recording without human intervention. When the
AE variation is detected, the recording will start immediately.
1.
Turn on the Digital Camcorder and make sure it is in the
Video mode.
2.
Press the
button and move the 4-Way Direction
Button to highlight Motion Detection. Press the
button
or touch the icon on the screen to display the submenu.
3.
Press the 4-Way Direction Button to select On or Off.
button or touch the icon on the screen to
Press the
select the item.
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6.1.8
Burst
1.
Turn on the Digital Camcorder and make sure it is in the
Video mode.
2.
Press the
button and press the 4-Way Direction
Button to highlight Burst. Press the
button or touch
the icon on the screen to display the submenu.
3.
Press the 4-Way Direction Button to select On or Off.
Press
the item.
6.1.9
button or touch the icon on the screen to select
EV Compensation
53B
You can adjust the value of the exposure compensation which is
ranged from -2.0EV to +2.0EV (at 0.5EV increment). The higher the
EV value, the brighter the image will be.
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1.
Turn on the Digital Camcorder and make sure it is in the
Video mode.
2.
Press the
button and move the 4-Way Direction
Button to highlight the EV Compensation item. Press the
button or touch the icon on the screen to display the
submenu.
3.
Press the 4-Way Direction Button to adjust the Exposure
button or touch the
value (-2.0 ~ + 2.0). Press the
icon on the screen to select the item.
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6.2 Menu Options in Video Playback Mode
3B
When in Video Playback thumbnail or single view mode, switch to
the video file you would like to set, press the Menu touch icon on
LCD display to show the Video Playback options menu; Or in Video
Playback single view mode of the selected video file, press the
button to show the Video Playback options menu.
6.2.1
Delete
5B
1.
Enter Video Playback options menu, use the 4-Way
Direction Button to highlight Delete.
2.
Press the
button or touch the icon on screen to
display the submenu.
3.
Use the 4-Way Direction Button to select Delete One or
Delete All. Press the
button or touch the icon on the
screen to select the item.
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4.
Press the 4-Way Direction Button to select “O” Yes or “X”
NO. Press the
button or touch the icon on the screen
to delete the item.
Delete One
Delete the current file
Delete All
Delete all files stored in the Digital
Camcorder
Note:
The file cannot be recovered once it is deleted. Therefore, please make
sure you have backed up the file before deleting. Protected files cannot
be deleted. Before deleting, you must unlock the file.
6.2.2
Protect
56B
1.
Enter Video Playback options menu, use the 4-Way
Direction Button to highlight Protect option.
2.
button or touch the icon on screen to
Press the
display the submenu.
3.
Use the 4-Way Direction Button to select Lock One, Lock
All, Unlock One or Unlock All. Press the
button or
touch the icon on the screen to select the item.
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Protect Lock
Note:
To unlock the file from Protect, repeat steps stated above. When files are
not protected, the key icon
is not displayed.
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6.2.3
Date Ranking
56B
1.
Enter Video Playback options menu, use the 4-Way
Direction Button to highlight Date Ranking.
2.
Press the
submenu.
3.
Use the 4-Way Direction Button to select "Off" or "On".
button or touch the on screen to display the
Press the
button or touch the icon on the screen to
select the item.
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6.3 Menu Options in Photo Mode
34B
When in Photo Mode, press the
camcorder mode option Menu.
6.3.1
button to display the
Photo Resolution
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1.
Turn on the Digital Camcorder and make sure it is in the
Photo mode.
2.
Press the
button and use the 4-Way Direction Button
to highlight Resolution. Press the
button or touch the
icon on the screen to display the submenu.
3.
Press the 4-Way Direction Button to select 12M, 8M, 5M
button or touch the icon on the
or 3M. Press the
screen to select the item.
4608 x 3456 pixels (Interpolation)
8M
3200 x 2400 pixels (Interpolation)
5M
2592 x 1944 pixels
3M
2048 x 1536 pixels
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6.3.2
White Balance
58B
1.
Turn on the Digital Camcorder and make sure it is in the
Photo mode.
2.
Press the
button and use the 4-Way Direction Button
to highlight White Balance. Press the
button or touch
the icon on the screen to display the submenu.
3.
Use the 4-Way Direction Button to select Auto, Daylight,
Cloudy, Fluorescent or Tungsten. Press the
touch the icon on the screen to select the item.
A
button or
Auto
The Digital Camcorder automatically
adjusts white balance.
Daylight
The setting is suitable for outdoor
recording in daylight.
Cloudy
The setting is suitable for recording in
cloudy or shady environments.
Fluorescent
The setting is suitable for indoor with
fluorescent lamp lighting, or
environments with high color
temperature.
Tungsten
The setting is suitable for indoor with
incandescent lamp light, or
environments with low color
temperature.
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6.3.3
59B
Apply Artistic Effects
This Digital Camcorder can take standard color images, Black and
White images, or Sepia color tone images.
1.
Turn on the Digital Camcorder and make sure it is in the
Photo mode.
2.
Press the
button and use the 4-Way Direction Button
to highlight Apply Artistic Effects. Press the
button or
touch the icon on the screen to display the submenu.
3.
Use the 4-Way Direction Button to select Normal, B/W or
Sepia. Press the
button or touch the icon on the
screen to select the item.
Normal
Make recordings in nature color
B&W
Make recordings in B&W (Black and White)
color
Sepia
Make recordings in Sepia-toned color
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6.3.4
Metering
60B
1.
Turn on the Digital Camcorder and make sure it is in the
Photo mode.
2.
Press the
button and use the 4-Way Direction Button
to highlight Metering. Press the
button or touch the
icon on the screen to display the submenu.
3.
Press the 4-Way Direction Button to select Spot, Center or
button or touch the icon on the
Touch AE. Press the
screen to select the item.
6.3.5
Backlight
61B
1.
Turn on the Digital Camcorder and make sure it is in the
Photo mode.
2.
Press the
button and use the 4-Way Direction Button
to highlight Backlight. Press the
button or touch the
icon on the screen to display the submenu.
3.
Press the 4-Way Direction Button to select ON or OFF.
button or touch the icon on the screen to
Press the
select the item.
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6.3.6
Night Mode
62B
1.
Turn on the Digital Camcorder and make sure it is in the
Photo mode.
2.
Press the
button and use the 4-Way Direction Button
to highlight Night Mode. Press the
button or touch the
icon on the screen to display the submenu.
3.
Press the 4-Way Direction Button to select On or Off.
button or touch the icon on the screen to
Press the
select the item.
6.3.7
Self-Timer
63B
1.
Turn on the Digital Camcorder and make sure it is in the
Photo mode.
2.
Press the
button and use the 4-Way Direction Button
button or touch the
to highlight Self-Timer. Press the
icon on the screen to display the submenu.
3.
Press the 4-Way Direction Button to select OFF, 2 secs.
or 10 secs. Press the
screen to confirm.
button or touch the icon on the
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With 2 sec. Self-Timer:
The photo will be taken 2 seconds after the shutter is released.
With 10 sec. Self-Timer:
The photo will be taken 10 seconds after the shutter is released.
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6.3.8
Burst
64B
You can continuously shoot three pictures with this function, started
by released the Shutter Button pressed deeply and ended
automatically after three pictures are taken.
1.
Turn on the Digital Camcorder and make sure it is in the
Photo mode.
2.
Press the
button and use the 4-Way Direction Button
to highlight Burst. Press the
button or touch the icon
on the screen to display the submenu.
3.
Press the 4-Way Direction Button to select OFF or ON.
button or touch the icon on the screen to
Press the
select the item.
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6.3.9
EV compensation
65B
You can adjust the image exposure value by the Exposure
Compensation function which is ranged from -2.0EV to +2.0EV (at
0.5EV increment). The higher the EV value, the brighter the image
will be.
1.
Turn on the Digital Camcorder and make sure it is in the
Photo mode.
2.
Press the
button and use the 4-Way Direction Button
to highlight EV Compression. Press the
button or
touch the icon on the screen to display the submenu.
3.
Press the 4-Way Direction Button to adjust the exposure
value (-2.0 ~ +2.0). Press the
on the screen to select the item.
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button or touch the icon
6.4 Menu Options in Photo Playback Mode
35B
When the camcorder is in Photo Playback thumbnail or single view
mode, switch to the Photo Playback image you would like to set,
press the Menu touch icon on LCD display to show the Photo
Playback options menu; Or in Photo Playback single view mode of
the selected image, press the
Playback options menu.
6.4.1
button to show the Photo
Delete
6B
1.
Enter Photo Playback options menu, use the 4-Way
Direction button to highlight Delete.
2.
Press the
button or the Delete icon on screen to
display the submenu.
3.
Press the 4-Way Direction Button or touch the screen to
select “Delete One” or “Delete All” to display submenu.
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4.
Press the 4-Way Direction Button or touch the screen to
select “O” YES or “X” No and press the
delete file(s).
button to
Note:
The files cannot be recovered once deleted. Therefore, please make
sure you have a backup the file before deleting. Protected files will not be
able to be deleted. Before deleting a protected file, you must unlock the
file.
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6.4.2
Protect
67B
1.
Enter Photo Playback options menu.
2.
Use the 4-Way Direction Button to highlight Protect.
3.
Press the
button or touch the Protect icon on screen
to display the submenu.
4.
Press the 4-Way Direction Button or touch the screen to
select item. Press the
confirm. The key icon
file is Protected.
button or touch the screen to
will be displayed to indicate the
Protect Lock
Note:
Repeat above steps to unlock the file. When the file is unlocked, the key
icon
will disappear.
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6.4.3
Date Ranking
1.
Enter Photo Playback options menu, use the 4-Way
Direction Button to highlight Date Ranking option.
2.
Press the
submenu.
3.
Use the 4-Way Direction Button to select "Off" or "On".
button or touch the on screen to display the
button or touch the icon on the screen to
Press the
select the item.
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6.4.4
Autoplay
This Digital Camcorder includes a slide show function that can
playback each picture at a regular interval.
1.
Enter Photo Playback options menu, use the 4-Way
Direction button to highlight Autoplay.
2.
Press the
button or touch the Autoplay icon on
screen to display the submenu.
3.
Press the 4-Way Direction Button or touch the screen to
select “Off”, 1 second, or “3 secs.”. The images will be
displayed automatically.
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6.4.5
Rotate
69B
1.
Enter Photo Playback options menu, use the 4-Way
Direction button to highlight Rotate.
2.
Press the
button or touch the Rotate icon on screen
to display the submenu.
3.
Use the 4-Way Direction Button to select the Left 90 or
Right 90, then press the
on screen to rotate image.
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button or touch the options
6.4.6
DPOF
70B
Use the DPOF (Digital Print Order Format) function to indicate the
printing information stored in the memory card.
1.
Enter Photo Playback options menu, use the 4-Way
Direction button to highlight DPOF.
2.
Press the
button or touch DPOF icon on screen to
display the submenu.
3.
Use the 4-Way Direction Button and press the
button
or touch the options on screen to select the item. The
DPOF icon S will be shown to indicate the files that are
ordered for printing.
DPOF
Note:
1. A memory card is required for the DPOF function.
2. If DPOF is set, the selected pictures will be ordered to print.
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6.5 Setup Menu
36B
The Setup Menu can be used for the Digital Camcorder system
settings. You can enter Setup menu by pressing
button or the
Menu touch icon on screen at Photo or Video or Audio mode then
switch to Setup menu options.
6.5.1
Information
71B
This function can be used to display information, histogram or no
information on LCD screen.
1.
Enter Setup menu, use the 4-Way Direction Button to
highlight Information.
2.
button or touch the Information icon on
Press the
screen to display the submenu.
3.
Use the 4-Way Direction Button to select Normal,
Histogram, or OFF. Press the
button or touch the
selected option icon on screen to set.
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6.5.2
Date & Time
72B
Please refer to 2.7 for the Setting of Date and time.
6.5.3
Sound
73B
1.
Enter Setup menu, use the 4-Way Direction Button to
highlight Sound.
2.
Press the
button selection Button or touch the Sound
icon on screen to display the submenu.
3.
Use the 4-Way Direction Button to select Off, Low,
Medium or High. Press the
button or touch the
selected option icon on screen to set.
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6.5.4
Default
74B
Use this function to reset all settings to the default setting.
1.
Enter Setup menu, use the 4-Way Direction Button to
highlight Default.
2.
Press the
button or touch the Default icon on screen
to display the submenu.
3.
Use the 4-Way Direction Button to select "O" YES or "X"
NO. Press
button or touch the selected option icon on
screen to select the item.
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6.5.5
TV standard
75B
Use the TV standard to set the TV system for your area.
1.
Enter Setup menu, use the 4-Way Direction Button to
highlight TV standard.
2.
Press the
button or touch the TV standard icon on
screen to display the submenu.
3.
Use the 4-Way Direction Button to select NTSC or PAL.
Press the
button or touch the selected option icon on
screen to set.
TV out standard setting reference
NTSC
NTSC
USA, Canada, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Mexico
PA L
PAL
Australia, Austria, Belgium, China, Denmark,
Finland, Germany, UK, Italy, Kuwait, Malaysia,
New Zealand, Singapore, Spain, Sweden,
Switzerland, Thailand, Norway
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6.5.6
76B
Auto Power Off
This function can be used to turn off the Digital Camcorder
automatically after a period of time.
1.
Enter Setup menu, use the 4-Way Direction Button to
highlight Auto Power Off.
2.
Press the
button or touch the Auto Power Off icon on
screen to display the submenu.
3.
Use the 4-Way Direction Button to select Off, 3 mins, or 5
mins. Press the
button or touch the selected option
icon on screen to set.
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6.5.7
Frequency
7B
Use the Frequency option to set the frequency system for your area.
1.
Enter Setup menu, use the 4-Way Direction Button to
highlight Frequency.
2.
Press the
button or touch the Frequency icon on
screen to display the submenu.
3.
Use the 4-Way Direction Button to select 50 Hz or 60 Hz.
Press the
button or touch the selected option icon on
screen to set.
Frequency setting reference:
50HZ
50HZ
60HZ 60HZ
UK, Germany, Spain, Italy, France,
Netherlands, Portugal, Russia, China,
Japan
USA, Taiwan, Korea, Japan
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6.5.8
Language
78B
1.
Enter Setup menu, use the 4-Way Direction Button up and
down to highlight Language.
2.
Press the
select.
3.
Use the 4-Way Direction Button to select the following
languages: English, German, French, Italian, Japanese,
Spanish, Portuguese, Simplified Chinese, Traditional
Chinese, Turkish, Russian, Thai, or Arabian. Press the
button to confirm or touch the screen to
button or touch the selected language icon on screen
to set.
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6.5.9
Format
79B
This function allows you to format the memory card or the built-in
memory.
1.
Enter Setup menu, use the 4-Way Direction Button to
highlight the Format.
2.
Press the
button or touch the Format icon on screen
to display the submenu.
3.
Use the 4-Way Direction Button to select "O" Yes or "X"
NO. Press the
button or touch the selected option
icon on screen to set.
Warning:
All the data stored in the memory card or flash memory will be deleted
after formatting.
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6.5.10 File Numbering
80B
This setting allows you to control the numbering of the files that are
stored on the memory card.
If “Series” is selected, the file name will be numbered sequentially.
If “Reset” is selected, the next file name will start from 0001 even
after formatting, deleting or inserting a new memory card.
1.
Enter Setup menu, use the 4-Way Direction Button to
highlight File Number.
2.
Press the
button or touch the File Number icon on
screen to display the submenu.
3.
Use the 4-Way Direction Button to select Series or Reset.
Press the
button or touch the selected option on
screen to set.
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6.5.11 LCD Brightness
81B
This function can be used to adjust the brightness of the screen.
1.
Enter Setup menu, use the 4-Way Direction Button to
highlight LCD brightness.
2.
Press the
button or touch the LCD brightness icon on
screen to display the submenu.
3.
Use the 4-Way Direction Button to select High, Medium, or
Low. Press the
button n or touch the selected option
icon on screen to set.
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6.5.12 Instant Review
82B
This function can be used to instantly browse the files after taking a
picture.
1.
Enter Setup menu, use the 4-Way Direction Button to
highlight Instant Review.
2.
Press the
button or touch the Instant Review icon on
screen to display the submenu.
3.
Use the 4-Way Direction Button to select 1 second, 3 secs.,
or 5 secs.. Press the
button or touch the selected
option icon on screen to set.
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6.5.13 Memory
82B
Use this function to select data storage location.
1.
2.
Enter Setup menu, use the 4-Way Direction Button to SET
Mode.
Press 4-Way Direction Button to highlight Memory item.
Press
button to display submenu; or Touch the
screen to select the item.
3.
Press 4-Way Direction Button to select Internal, SD1, or
SD2. Press "
" button to confirm; or touch the screen
to select the item.
Note:
The photos or videos can be stored in a built-in flash memory or
external SD cards. When the SD cards are inserted, the files will be
stored in the external SD cards rather than the internal flash
memory. On the other hand, the files will be stored in the built-in
flash memory when SD card(s) is not inserted.
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6.5.14 Start-up LOGO
83B
Use this function to show the Star-up image on LCD when the digital
camcorder is turned on.
1.
Enter Setup menu, use the 4-Way Direction Button to
highlight the Star-up Logo.
2.
Press the
button or touch the Star-up Logo icon on
screen to display the submenu.
3.
Use the 4-Way Direction Button to select Default or User
Setting. Press the
button or touch the selected option
icon on screen to set.
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7 PC and TV Connection
6B
7.1 Connecting to the Computer
37B
As shown in the illustration, use the USB cable provided to connect
the Digital Camcorder to a PC for file transfer.
Connect the HP V5061u Digital Camcorder PC/notebook by using
the USB cable provided with the product. if a second SD card is
inserted in SD slot 2) new drive letters should appear in Windows
Explorer.
These new drive letters represent the V5061u's internal memory and
memory card slot. (see illustration below):
Note:
The above illustrated drive letters may vary depending on the system
environment.
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7.2 Connecting to a Standard TV
38B
As shown in the illustration, use the video cable to connect the
Digital Camcorder to a standard TV.
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7.3 Connecting to a HD TV
39B
As shown in the illustration, use the HDMI cable provided to connect
the Digital Camcorder to an HD TV for high resolution picture
display.
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8 Installing the Software
7B
1.
Place the CD ROM into the CD/DVD drive on your PC.
2.
If the installation does not start, please open Windows
Explorer and select the CD/DVD drive on your PC. Then
double click on the Install_CD.exe to start the software
installation.
The following screen will be displayed.
3.
Click on the “Arcsoft TotalMedia Extreme” and follow the
instructions on-screen.
4.
The Serial number of Arcsoft Total Media Extreme is on
CD package cover.
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9 Editing Software
8B
ArcSoft Total Media Extreme(TME)™ provides a way to manage
your media files for you, and provides the ability to create and share
projects featuring your photo, video, and music files.
You can
Create your own videos or photo slide shows complete with a
soundtrack.
Upload your files easily to You Tube™!
Share your files through simple email attachments or popular
photo printing applications.
Go to http://www.arcsoft.com/ for more information.
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10 Appendix
9B
Troubleshooting
Problem
Can not turn on the
Digital Camcorder.
Camcorder shuts
down suddenly.
Pictures are not
stored in the
memory.
Images are out of
focus
Possible Cause
Solution
1. Battery is not
inserted
correctly.
2. Battery
exhausted.
1. Please insert
battery correctly.
2. Replace the
battery.
3. Charge the
battery.
1. Auto Power Off
is enabled.
2. Battery cloud.
3. Battery
exhausted.
1. Please turn on
the power again.
2. Replace the
battery.
3. Charge the
battery.
Camcorder was
turned off before
file was fully saved
to memory.
1. Do not power
down the
camcorder until
the file has been
saved.
2. Ensure the
battery is
sufficiently
charged.
Object exceeds the
range of focus.
Please take the
picture within the
focusing range and
select normal or
Macro Mode.
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Problem
Unable to use the
external memory
card.
Camcorder buttons
do not function
Possible Cause
Solution
1. Memory card is
writing
Protected.
2. Memory card
contains images
taken by other
camcorders.
1. Unlock the
memory card.
2. Reformat the
memory card.
Please make
sure to backup
the files before
reformatting
memory card.
Camcorder needs
to be reset.
Take out battery
into the camcorder
and re-insert.
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11 Getting Help
10B
Should you have a technical support question or your HP Digital
Camcorder requires service within the warranty period, please
contact the original point of purchase or an authorized HP reseller in
your country. If service is not available at those locations, please
contact an HP Branded Product warranty agent from the support
contact list provided below. A service agent will work with you to
troubleshoot your issue and if necessary, issue a Return Material
Authorization (RMA) number in order to replace your HP Branded
Product. For warranty claims, you will be required to provide a copy
of your original dated sales receipt as proof of purchase and the
issued RMA number. You will be responsible for shipping charges
when shipping the product to the service center. The service agent
will provide you with an address and you will also be responsible for
any shipping charges to the warranty service center. Once your
product is received by this service center, a replacement unit will be
shipped back to you, typically within 5 business days.
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English
english@hpodd.com
Espanol
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Français
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Italiano
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Japanese
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Korean
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Portuguese
portugues@hpodd.com
Svensk
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Contact/phone Support:
Country
Language
Number
Europe Region (EMEA)
België
Dutch and German
+ 32 2700 1724
Français
French
+ 33 171230454
Deutschland
German
+ 49 6950073896
Ireland
English
+ 353 1850882016
Italia
Italian
+ 39 269682189
Netherlands
Dutch
+ 31 202015093
Espana
Spanish
+ 34 914533458
Switzerland
German/French/Italian
+ 41 18009686
UK
English
+ 44 2073652400
North America
United States
English
1.866.694.7633
Canada
English and French
1.866.694.7633
Country
Phone number
Hours of support
Argentina
54.11.6091.2399
M-F 2pm-11pm GMT-3
Brazil
55.11.5504.6633
M-F 9am-5pm GMT-3 Brasilia
Chile
56.2.581.4977
M-F 12pm-9pm GMT-5
Colombia
57.1.508.2325
M-F 12pm-9pm GMT-5
52.55.1204.8185
M-F 11am-8pm GMT-6
52.33.1031.3872
M-F 11am-8pm GMT-6
52.81.1107.2639
M-F 11am-8pm GMT-6
Latin America
México
(Mexico City)
México
(Guadalajara)
México
(Monterrey)
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Perú
51.1.705.6232
Venezuela
58.212.335.4574
M-F 12pm-9pm GMT-5
M-F 1230pm-930pm
GMT-5
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Specification
Image Sensor Type
Total Pixels
Effective Pixels
Movie Recorded
Resolution
Image Resolution
File Format
Lens Specification
Digital Zoom
Focus Range
LCD Monitor Size
LCD Monitor
Resolution
Storage Media
Internal Memory
White Balance
Scene Mode
Battery Type
Approx. Dimensions
Approx. Weight
Interface
Supplied Software
CMOS
5.51 million (2752 (H) × 2004 (V))
5.03 million (2592 (H) × 1944 (V))
1440 x 1080 @30fps
1280 x 720 @30fps
848 x 480 @60fps
320 x 240 @30fps
4608 x 3456
3200 x 2400
2592 x 1944
2048 x 1536
Video: H.264
Still Image: JPEG
Fixed lens
F/3.2, f=7.5mm
1-4X
(720p: 4X, 1440 x 1080: 2x)
Normal: 1.2 cm ~ infinity
Marcro: 16 cm
3.0" TOUCH
960 x 240
SDHC (up to 16G)
32MB
Auto, Daylight, Cloudy, Fluorescent,
Tungsten
Night shot (Video only)
CNP-40 (1200 mA-H) or Photo Lithium AA
Battery x 2
110 (L) x 58 (H) x 50 (W) mm
260g (without battery)
Mini USB
Mini C HDMI
AV out
ArcSoft TotalMedia Extreme
P/N: 7525C00147A
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