HVR-DR60 Manual

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Names of parts

Hard Disk Recording Unit

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1

BATT RELEASE button

Remove the battery pack from this unit by pressing the

BATT RELEASE button.

2

STOP button

Return to the VIDEO mode screen.

Stop recording or playback.

When a menu is selected, cancel it by pressing the STOP button.

3

MENU/LCD BACK LIGHT button

Display the menu screen on the LCD screen.

Press the MENU/LCD BACK LIGHT button long enough for the backlight of the LCD screen to come on or off.

4

REC switch

Start recording by sliding the REC switch.

5

REC lamp/Access lamp

REC lamp/Access lamp comes on during recording in

VIDEO mode.

REC lamp/Access lamp blinks while accessing the computer in COMPUTER mode.

6

HDV/DV jack (6-pin)

Connect to a camcorder, computer etc. using the i.LINK

cable.

7

Battery slot

8

DC IN jack

Connect the power supply from an AC adaptor, etc.

9

Screw holes

You can use the supplied shoe adaptor to attach this unit to a camcorder with a cold shoe or directly to a tripod.

q;

POWER switch

Turn the power of this unit on or off.

Slide the POWER switch back and forth to select VIDEO,

COMPUTER or OFF.

qa

CAM LINK button

Switch to CAM LINK [ON] (FOLLOW/SYNCHRO) to record video in conjunction with the recording operation of the camcorder, or to CAM LINK [OFF] to record with this unit alone.

* Default setting is CAM LINK [ON].

qs

REPEAT button

This changes the auto repeat mode.

Each time you press the button, the mode changes as follows.

REPEAT1 (Repeatedly plays back the selected folder only)/ ALL REPEAT (Repeatedly plays back all folders)/

OFF qd

PREVIOUS/REW button

Go back to the previous folder by pressing this button during standby.

Press this button to stop playback and restart playback from the beginning of the current file.

Keep this button pressed down during playback to play the current file backwards at triple the normal speed.

When the menu screen is displayed on the LCD screen, press this button to move the cursor.

qf

PLAY/EXEC button

Play recorded files by pressing this button.

Pause playback by pressing this button.

When the menu screen is displayed on the LCD screen, press this button to execute the selected menu item.

qg

NEXT/FF button

Go to the next folder by pressing this button during standby.

Press this button to stop playback and restart playback from the beginning of the next file.

Keep this button pressed down during playback to play the current file forwards at triple the normal speed.

When the menu screen is displayed on the LCD screen, press this button to move the cursor.

LCD screen display

VIDEO mode

During recording

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During playback

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1

Power supply display

Display the power supply icons.

Battery pack in use

Display the remaining battery capacity.

AC adapter connected

2

Drop detection mode display (3G sensor)

Display the operating state of the drop detection.

3G sensor ON

No icon Drop detection is not operating.

blinking Drop detection is operating.

3G sensor OFF

(Menu setting) lit Drop detection function is set to

OFF.

3

CAM LINK mode display

When the CAM LINK is set to ON, this icon is on.

When the CAM LINK is set to OFF, this icon is off.

4

Remaining hard disk capacity display

Display the remaining recording time (in minutes).

starts blinking in the following situations.

• When the remaining recording time is less than 5 minutes

• When the folder number is 999

• When using in a high temperature environment

5

Cache recording mode display

Display the operating state of the cache recording mode during recording.

When the cache recording mode is set to ON, this icon is on.

When the cache recording mode is set to OFF, this icon is off.

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Folder name display

Display the folder name in which the recording/playback data is saved.

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Status display

Display the status with an icon.

x Power is on and playback/recording is stopped z Recording

N Playback u Pausing playback

M Go to next file/fast-forward m Back to the previous file/rewind

8

TC (time code) display

Display the time code.

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Repeat mode display

Display the repeat status during playback.

REPEAT 1

REPEAT ALL

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