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Menu Information
DVC20_Eng.book
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Menu
Menu
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[TAPE PLAYBACK MENU]
Menu list
Menu figures and illustrations are provided for
easy-to-understand explanations, and so they are different from
the actual menu indications.
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[TAPE RECORDING MENU]
1) [BASIC]
[DATE/TIME] -32-
1) [BASIC]
[SCENE MODE] -23[REC SPEED] -19[BLANK SEARCH] -19[WIND CUT] -22[CLOCK SET] -152) [ADVANCE]
[EIS] -23[CINEMA] -23[D.ZOOM] -20[ZOOM MIC] -20[MIC LEVEL] -20[DATE/TIME] -32[INITIAL SET] -32-
2) [ADVANCE]
[BLANK SEARCH] -19[REC SPEED] -19[REC STDBY] -29[REC DATA] -32[REPEAT PLAY] -26[MIC LEVEL] -203) [SETUP]
[12bit AUDIO] -30[AUDIO OUT] -32[DISPLAY] -32[REMOTE] -17[LCD SET] -15[EVF SET] -15[POWER SAVE] -324) [LANGUAGE] -14-
3) [SETUP]
[FADE COLOR] -22[AUDIO REC] -32[REC LAMP] -32[DISPLAY] -32[REMOTE] -17[BEEP SOUND] -32[LCD SET] -15[EVF SET] -15[POWER SAVE] -324) [LANGUAGE] -14-
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DVC20_Eng.book
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Menu
Menus related to taking pictures
Menus related to playback
ª [DATE/TIME]
This switches between date and time indications.
≥The camera-recorder automatically records the date and time
of picture taking on the tape.
≥You can also show or change the date/time indication by
repeatedly pressing the [DATE/TIME] button on the remote
control.
ª [REC DATA]
Set to [ON] and the settings (shutter speed, iris/gain values,
and white balance settings (-24-), etc.) used during the
recordings are displayed during playback.
≥When the [AUTO/MANUAL/FOCUS] switch is set to [AUTO],
the indication [AUTO] will appear.
≥When there is no data, [---] appears on the display.
≥If the camera-recorder data of the camera-recorder are
played back on other equipment, the settings information is
sometimes not displayed normally.
ª [AUDIO REC]
Switches the audio (PCM audio) recording systems.
[12bit]: Records audio in “12 bit 32 kHz 4 tracks”.
(The original audio signals can be kept after the other
audio signals are dubbed.)
[16bit]: Records audio in “16 bit 48 kHz 2 tracks”. Audio can be
recorded in higher quality.
(If audio signals are dubbed, then the original audio
signals will be erased.)
ª [REC LAMP]
Set to [ON] and this turns the recording lamp on during
recording, which indicates that recording is underway. Set to
[OFF] and this does not turn on the lamp even when recording
is underway.
ª [DISPLAY]
Set to [ON] and the display mode can be switched to all
functions. Set to [OFF] and it can be switched to minimum
display.
ª [BEEP SOUND]
Set to [ON] and confirmation/alarm beeps are issued as
follows.
1 Beep
≥When you start recording
≥When you turn on the power
2 Beeps
≥When you pause recording
2 Beeps for 4 times
≥When a cassette with its erasure prevention tab set to [SAVE]
is inserted, condensation occurs, and at other times. Check
the sentence displayed on the screen.
ª [POWER SAVE]
[OFF]:
When about 5 minutes passed without any
operation, the standby mode automatically will
be set. In the standby mode, [;] blinks and it
takes time more than usual to start recording
after you press the recording start/stop button.
[5 MINUTES]: When about 5 minutes passes without any
operation, the camera-recorder automatically
turns off to protect the tape or to prevent the
battery from running down. When you use the
camera-recorder, turn it on again.
≥In the following cases, the power may not turn off even when
set [POWER SAVE] >> [5 MINUTES].
≥When connecting to the AC outlet (When using the AC
adapter)
≥When connecting the DV cable to other equipment
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ª [AUDIO OUT]
This switches the sound to be played back.
[STEREO]: Stereo sound (main sound and sub sound)
[L]:
Left channel sound (main sound)
[R]:
Right channel sound (sub sound)
Other menus
ª [INITIAL SET]
When there is a menu that cannot be selected depending on a
combination of functions, set to [YES] for changing the menu
settings back to the initial shipping condition.
(Language setting cannot be back to the initial shipping
condition.)
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